A four piece  silver  tea and coffee service by F Hawker Ltd, Birmingham 1971  (4)
Lot 289
A silver four-piece tea and coffee service by F Hawker Ltd, Birmingham 1971 (4)
Sold for £1,500 (US$ 2,509) inc. premium
Lot Details
A silver four-piece tea and coffee service
by F Hawker Ltd, Birmingham 1971
Lobed baluster form, the two handled sugar dish and pots each with lobed finials and dome lids, the pots hinged, the bodies engraved to each alternate panel with floral husks, with leaf-capped scrolls, the pots with ivorine handles, and each raised on scroll and leaf bracket feet with skirting apron, height of coffee pot 23.5cm, weight 84.5oz. (4)
  1. Lucy Gregory
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