An Edwardian silver four piece tea and coffee service by William Batt & Sons, Sheffield 1905
Lot 169Y
An Edwardian silver four piece tea and coffee service by William Batt & Sons, Sheffield 1905
£700 - 800
US$ 1,200 - 1,300
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13 Aug 2013 11:00 BST

Auction 21459
An Edwardian silver four piece tea and coffee service by William Batt & Sons, Sheffield 1905 An Edwardian silver four piece tea and coffee service by William Batt & Sons, Sheffield 1905 An Edwardian silver four piece tea and coffee service by William Batt & Sons, Sheffield 1905
Lot Details
An Edwardian silver four piece tea and coffee service
by William Batt & Sons, Sheffield 1905
Of fluted can form, with foliate engraved decoration, the coffee pot with an ivory finial, the tea pot with an ebony finial, both handles flanked by shell supports, comprising; tea pot, coffee pot, sugar bowl and milk jug, initialled and inscribed, height of coffee pot 20cm, weight 71oz.

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  • Initialled IHL, inscribed Llanelly, May 1906.

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    United Kingdom
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  2. Sue Davies-lloyd
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    United Kingdom
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