A silver four piece coffee service by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1926
Lot 29
A silver four piece coffee service by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1926
Sold for £812 (US$ 1,359) inc. premium
Lot Details
A silver four piece coffee service
by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1926
Of tapering conical form, raised on a spreading foot, woven cane handles and ebonised finials, comprising; coffee pot, hot water pot, sugar bowl and cream jug, length of coffee pot 20cm, weight 49oz.
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  2. Sue Davies-lloyd
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