Lot 18    

Roswell Gleason Pewter "Lighthouse" Coffee Pot,
2008, Summer Decorative Arts Auction, June 21,
American, ca 1830-40; 10.75" high, 5.875" base diameter.

Provenance:  
Ex Collection of Dr. David C. Schwartz of Indian Hill, Ohio
Sold: $517.50
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