Victorian Silver Argyle (gravy pot)
Made by Edward & John Barnard of London in 1856
The name Argyle or Argyll stems from the 3rd Duke of Argyll
Height 5.75" (14.5cm); Weight 17.5 troy oz. (546g)
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In order for the gravy to be kept hot, the central insulator of the Argyle
is filled with boiling water. The gravy is poured into the surrounding reservoir, thus
maintaining maximum heat for the journey from the kitchen to the dining room.