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Antique George V Sterling Silver Three Piece Tea Service
Offered by AC Silver
Each piece of this fine Art Deco tea service has a plain panelled octagonal form onto a stepped collet style foot.
The surface of each piece is plain and unembellished apart from an applied Art Deco style angular stepped motif to either side.
The teapot is fitted with a flush hinged hallmarked cover, indicating the fine quality of this service.
The cover retains the original Art Deco style wood finial, secured to the interior of the cover by a screw fit nut.
The teapot is fitted with impressive angular stepped Art Deco style composite handle.
The cream jug and sugar bowl are also fitted with impressive angular Art Deco style sterling silver handles, matching the design of the teapot handle.
This fine sterling silver service is displayed on a tray for illustrative purposes only - view the complete collection of trays and salvers available at AC Silver.
Length from back of handle to tip of spout 27.6cm/10.8"
Weight 21 troy ounces/653g
Height to top of handle 8.8cm/3.4"
Length from back of handle to lip 15cm/5.9"
Weight 6 troy ounces/ 187g
Width across handles 17.7cm/6.9"
Weight 7 troy ounces/218g
34 troy ounces/1058g
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Full hallmarks struck to the surface of each piece and part hallmarks to the interior of the cover of the teapot are all very clear.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this set of antique teaware.
Origin: Sheffield, England
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear