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French Neoclassical First Standard (.950) Silver Coffee Pot, ovoid body with waisted neck and decorated with palmettes and laurel borders, gooseneck spout with horse head spout, arched ebonized wood or horn spout with medallion at upper end, raised on three tapering legs terminating in paw feet. Marked on lid and body for Paris 1st Standard (.950) silver, the lid with additional maker's mark of C.P. over V in diamond. 10 2/3" H. 18.44 oz troy (including horn handle). French, 1819-1838. Provenance: Private Southern estate. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with small repair to one foot, a few light scratches and pinpoint sized dents, acorn finial slightly loose. No monograms.