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SOLD - Sterling Silver Four Piece Tea Service – Antique George VI

An exceptional and impressive antique George VI English sterling silver and ivory handled four piece tea and coffee service with Newcastle interest; an addition to our silver teaware collection

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SOLD - Sterling Silver Four Piece Tea Service – Antique George VI
SOLD - Sterling Silver Four Piece Tea Service – Antique George VI

Description


This impressive large antique George VI sterling silver four piece tea and coffee set / service consists of a coffee pot, teapot, cream jug and sugar bowl.


Each piece of this fine set has a rounded melon style form to a circular shaped spreading foot.


The upper portion of each piece is ornamented with interlacing scrolling floral and leaf bright cut engraved decoration, accented with stylised double shell motifs.


To one side of the body of each piece is an impressive bright cut engraved coat of arms, of Morpeth Borough, depicting barry of ten and a tower triple-turreted a bordure charged with eight martlets above the motto 'inter sylvas et flumina habitans’ - Living among woods and streams.


Both the coffee pot and teapot are fitted with hinged hallmarked covers encircled with bright cut engraved stylised scroll and leaf motifs.


The coffee pot and teapot covers are surmounted with impressive original carved ivory and sterling silver topped urn style finials.


The teapot and coffee pot retain the original fine and impressive carved ivory handles featuring a scrolling thumbpiece.


The cream jug and sugar bowl are fitted with sterling silver C scroll handles, ornamented with scroll and stylised waterleaf decoration.


This fine large sterling silver service is displayed on a tray for illustrative purposes only - the tray (W4686) may be purchased separately from the AC Silver inventory.


Although this antique teapot displays the Birmingham Assay Office hallmarks, it was made by the provincial Newcastle silversmith Reid & Sons (The Newcastle Assay Office closed in 1884).


Date: 1940

Condition


This antique tea and coffee service is an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in excellent presentation condition.

The bright cut engraved decoration to each piece is very crisp.

Full hallmarks struck to the underside of each piece and part hallmarks to the interior of the cover of the teapot and coffee pot are all very clear.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this set of antique teaware.


Dimensions


Teapot

Height to top of finial 13.7cm/5.3"

Depth 15cm/5.8"

Length from back of handle to tip of spout 27cm/10.6"


Coffee Pot

Height to top of finial 19cm/7.5"

Depth of body 10.5cm/4.1"

Length from back of handle to tip of spout 19cm/7.5"


Cream Jug

Height top of handle 10.5cm/4.1”

Depth 9cm/3.6”

Length from back of handle to tip of spout 13.5cm/5.25”


Sugar Bowl

Height 8.6cm/3.3"

Depth 11cm/4.3"

Width across handles 16cm/6.25"


Total Weight


73 troy ounces/2271g


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Andrew Campbell started trading in Antique Silver in the 1970's. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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