A late Victorian silver five piece tea and coffee service of half fluted form, London 1887 and 1889, in a fitted oak box.  Weight 112 ozs (3360 grams)
Lot 203*
A Victorian silver five piece tea and coffee service by Edward Hutton, London 1887/89
Sold for £1,875 (US$ 3,149) inc. premium
Auction Details
The Chester Sale Chester
4 Sep 2012 11:00 BST

Auction 19901
A Victorian silver five piece tea and coffee service by Edward Hutton, London 1887/89 A Victorian silver five piece tea and coffee service by Edward Hutton, London 1887/89
Lot Details
A Victorian silver five piece tea and coffee service
by Edward Hutton, London 1887/89
Of baluster half fluted form, with gadrooned borders, raised on four ball feet, ebony handles and finials, comprising; kettle on stand with electroplated burner, tea pot, coffee pot, sugar bowl and milk jug, engraved with a Baron's coronet above X, in a fitted oak box. , height of coffee pot 24.5cm, weight approximately 112oz.

Footnotes

  • James Ramsey Smith was a lawyer in Peebles, a partner in the firm of Blackwood and Smith, the oldest firm in the town, he practised from 1884 - 1947.


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