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Continental Neoclassical silver hot water kettle on stand. Comprised of scrolled handle with rosette medallion, domed lid, and acanthus overlaid spout. Body with band of floral scroll decoration having child masks at front and back, engraved lower body simulating ribbing, circular foot with Greek key banding, and cast gadrooned band decoration to shoulder and foot ring, resting on a stand with four scrolling legs with acanthus leaf, scroll and shell decoration. Fitted with bone insulators. Foot of kettle with illegible hallmark. Stand marked "760". 75.750 total troy ounces. Note: Kettle tests 90% silver purity. Probably Northern Europe, early to mid 19th century. Provenance: The Estates of Ora and Eleanor Eads, Nashville, TN. Condition: Kettle overall good condition with light surface wear. Monogrammed to one side. One bone insulator missing. Kettle tests 90% silver purity.