Posted 1 year ago
I have an item that is about 5 inches tall. I am assuming it is coffee/tea related as it is made to pour. The bottom is stamped "The Pullman Company IS International Silver Co Silver Souldered". From what I could find online, IS (International Silver) is only silver-plated, usually over copper. Also the fact that it is stamped with the Pullman Company may mean that it was a railroad piece.
There are several other markings on the bottom, I tried several times to take photos of the markings but they were all blurry with a glare.
- a heart
-the number 34 inside of a square
-what looks like a date ?-11-39
I am assuming that one of the latter two are producation dates.
Can anyone confirm if this was indeed made for railroad use, what exactly it is, and what it might be worth. Thanks