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The lower portion of the teapot, cream jug and sugar bowl is embellished with an embossed fluted design.
The flared upper rim of the cream jug and sugar bowl, and shoulders of the teapot are ornamented with an impressive gadroon decorated border.
The large teapot is fitted with a domed hinged hallmarked cover, which also features fluted decoration.
The cover is surmounted by the original carved oval fluted painted wood and sterling silver finial.
The teapot retains the original plain angular carved painted wood handle with a carved scroll style thumbpiece.
The cream jug and sugar bowl have plain angular sterling silver handles ornamented with subtle applied decoration.
Height to top of finial 15.2cm/6.2"
Length from back of handle to tip of spout 29cm/11.5"
Length from back of handle to lip 14cm/5.5"
Width across handles 18.8cm/7.5"
31.5 troy ounces/981g
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The pieces of this Edwardian tea service have been professionally polished and are in presentation condition.
The embossed decoration is very sharp.
Full hallmarks struck to the surface and part hallmarks to the teapots cover are very clear; the hallmarks to the surface of the cream jug and sugar bowl are worn in keeping with age, however remain legible.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this piece of antique Edwardian teaware.
Origin: Birmingham, England
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear