A silver four piece tea service by Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1928 - 1938  (Qty)
Lot 106
A silver four piece tea service by Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1928 - 1938 (Qty)
Sold for £850 (US$ 1,427) inc. premium
Lot Details
A silver four piece tea service
by Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1928 - 1938
Of oval baluster form, comprising; tea pot, coffee pot, sugar bowl, milk jug, together with an electroplated tea and coffee service, a plated entree dish, an electroplated tea pot with remaining plated wares, weight of weighable silver 51oz. (Qty)
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  1. Sue Davies-lloyd
    Specialist - Silver
    Bonhams
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    New House
    Chester, CH3 5TD
    United Kingdom
    Work +44 1244 353 131
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  2. Francesca Garvey
    Specialist - Silver
    Bonhams
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    New House
    Chester, CH3 5TD
    United Kingdom
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