A  silver four-piece tea service by F.C. Richards, Birmingham 1931  (4)
Lot 288
A silver four-piece tea service by F.C. Richards, Birmingham 1931 (4)
Sold for £1,262 (US$ 2,122) inc. premium
Lot Details
A silver four-piece tea service
by F.C. Richards, Birmingham 1931
Compressed baluster form with rosette borders, the pots with hinged dome lids and wood finials and handles, the cream jug and two-handled sugar dish with leaf-capped handles, the spouts and handle junctions all embellished with acanthus leaves, each raised on a central circular foot, height of water pot 22.8cm, weight total 73oz. (4)
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