Probably the Filley tinware shop, Philadelphia, PA, 1818-1853. Crooked-spout coffee pot boldly decorated with a large cartouche of flowers on the body (front and back) in saturated hues of green, red, and yellow with black accents, with yellow banding about the lid and body. The lid is capped by the original brass pull. Wonderful condition, with colors remaining bright and typical background asphaltum wear. An exceptional example! A fine way to add eye-catching splashes of color from a period object. See American Painted Tinware, Martin and Tucker, VIII, for reference. About 10 1/2 inches tall.
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