Overall: 4 1/2 x 4 x 2 7/8 in. ( 11.4 x 10.2 x 7.3 cm ) Silver Weight: 3 oz (troy) 19 dwt (123 g)
Raised silver milk pot; pear-shaped body with a serrated rim and an extended, triangular pouring lip; on three applied, cast cabriole legs with trefoil junctures and pad feet; double-scroll, strap handle, upper juncture at rim with a rounded drop inside; midrib on top of handle to slight grip, scroll terminal; engraved, and later removed, center front, "C. K. T." in gothic script; engraved on base, "C/ T *S" in block letters; maker's mark on base.
engraved: center front: "C. K. T." in gothic script, erased engraved: on base: "C/ T * S" in block letters stamped: on base: "MM" conjoined, in a rectangle
Original owners unknown; owned by Charles Keating Tuckerman (1827-1896), who married Mary Gracie Fleming (b. 1837); to their son Fleming Tuckerman (1858-1923), who married Edith Adele Cozzens (1871-1949); to their son Arthur Tuckerman (1896-1955), who married Elise Strother (1900-1983). Purchased from Mrs. Arthur Tuckerman, 1957.
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