Stock Photo - Hot water kettle with stand. Maker: Thomas Farrer (entered 1720); Date: 1734-35; Culture: British, London; Medium: Silver, wood; Dimensions: Height: 13 1/2 in. (34.3 cm); Classification: Metalwork-Silver; Credit Line: The Jules Bache Collection, 1949 / Inscription: Engraved on one side of kettle: Arms. Engraved on other side of kettle: Crest. Marking: [1] Leopard´s head crowned (London assay office mark); [2] T (London date letter for 1734-35); [3] Lion passant (English quality mark for sterling); [4] T F, pellet between, fleur-de-lis above, star below, in shaped reserve (maker´s mark for Thomas Farrer) Location of marks: [1]-[4] stamped on base of kettle; [3] inside lid; [4] inside bottom of fuel holder, struck four times; Provenance: Jules S. Bache (until 1949; to MMA)

Stock Photo: Hot water kettle with stand. Maker: Thomas Farrer (entered 1720); Date: 1734-35; Culture: British, London; Medium: Silver, wood; Dimensions: Height: 13 1/2 in.

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