Antique silver ware from our stock
Wonderful late victorian small tea set, composed from a tea pot, sugar bowl and a saucer. Tea pot with oval shaped, flat base, slighty curved walls, ribbed bottom, curved spout with ribbed base, flat shoulder, domed lid with wooden knob and a high wooden handle. Sugar bowl and saucer with oval shaped, flat base, slightly curved walls with ribbed bottom and high metal handle; saucer with wide spout. Marked, created by S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd in Birmingham/England in 1890. (Between 1882 and 1889 date letters in cut-corner rectangular punches are observed as well as the normal oval punches. They are always lacking a duty mark. The date letter is "q" standig upside down).
Tea pot max. height appr. 5 inch, max. length appr. 8 inch
Sugar bowl max. height appr. 3,3 inch, max. width appr. 5,5 inch
Saucer max. height appr. 3 inch, max. width appr. 4,7 inch
Weight together 363,2 g
In sterling silver and wood
Worldwide shipping on demand
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