Silver. Over a flat base, pressed into a strongly bulging body with a deep-set, conical tube spout. Transformation encompassing articulated, gracefully curved, vertical handles. Domed, curved lid with corresponding designed hinged cover and elliptical baluster knob. Ear handles made of delicate grained wood. Designed by the master Rintius de Grave (active since approximately 1767), likely with a Dutch hallmark. Weight approximately 400 g. Height 16.5 cm. Compare Scheffler, Lower Saxony, No. 18, MZ 1683, and Arians, No. 236; Rosenberg Vol. IV, No. 7541, 7576. A rare small North German Baroque silver pot by Rintius de Grave (active since approximately 1767). Master's mark and probably Dutch remarking. German. East Frisia. Leer. Circa 1770.