An Edwardian silver three-piece tea service,
by Williams Ltd, Birmingham 1904,
undulating gadroon rims, the lower body with embossed scroll, bead and spiral fluting, the tea pot with ebonised finial and handle, on circular bases, together with other silver, comprising: a sugar caster, by H. Atkins, Sheffield 1898, baluster form embossed with scrolls, height 20cm, a cup, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1906, the body in the style of an early 18th century porringer, height 8.6cm, two tea glass holders, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1927 / 29, a George III cauldron salt, by Robert & David Hennell, London 1771, a small miniature two-handled bowl, two napkin rings, a metal ware compact and five varying small spoons, weight total weight of weighable silver 44.5oz. (Qty)
- Please note the cream jug in the service is 1905.
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