1867 John Hurt & Robert Roskell Renaissance Revival Sterling Silver Pitcher: A 1867 Renaissance Revival sterling silver pitcher by London silversmiths John Hurt & Robert Roskell. This piece has an ovoid shaped well with a thin neck, a long curved spout, an ornate scrolled handle with a woman figure, a gold washed interior, and a pedestal style base with laurel leaf accents. The exterior features intricate chased designs with motifs consisting of acanthus leaves, plants, scrolls, animals, and statuesque figures in addition to masks throughout the exterior and to the front of the spout. The base is stamped to the side with the crowned topped square cartouche containing “IH & RR” next to four hallmarks of a lion passant for sterling silver, a leopard’s head for London, a Gothic “m” for 1867, and a Queen Victoria duty mark. The approximate weight is 27.840 ozt.