4 1/4 x 4 3/8 x 3 1/8in. (10.8 x 11.1 x 7.9cm)
Weight: 4.75 oz. (147.1 g) (show scale)
Stamped on bottom, in oval: "N.R"
Engraved in block letters on bottom, around mark: "H V W A"
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Gift of Wunsch Americana Foundation, Inc. in honor of Dianne H. Pilgrim
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Nicholas Roosevelt (American, 1715-1769). Creamer, 1750-1760. Silver, 4 1/4 x 4 3/8 x 3 1/8in. (10.8 x 11.1 x 7.9cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Wunsch Americana Foundation, Inc. in honor of Dianne H. Pilgrim, 1993.114.1. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 1993.114.1.jpg)
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Silver creamer; pear-shaped body with serrated rim and short pouring lip; three cast, cabriole legs with shell-shaped juncture and shell feet; double scroll handle, slight grip, handle forked at terminal.
CONDITION: Normal wear and scratches. Foot below handle pushed into body; old break repaired with solder lower right; foot slightly bent. Long dent to left of this shell juncture; several small dents to body to right. Foot on front of pitcher has been broken and repaired with solder; dent to left of shell juncture; another dent to right of shell juncture on third foot. Pouring lip very slightly dented. Tiny dent to right of handle juncture.
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