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ANTIQUE SILVER TEA COFFEE SETS


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Antique Edwardian Sterling silver four-piece tea and coffee set, having rectangular baluster bodies with rounded corners, hand-chased converging flute decoration, applied shell and gadroon borders, wooden handles and finials, and all sitting on flat bases. Made in Sheffield in 1906. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver tea and coffee service are length of teapot 31 cms (12 inches), height of coffee pot 21 cms (8.25 inches), and the total weight is approx. 1,612g (52 troy ounces).

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Antique Edwardian Sterling silver four-piece tea and coffee set, having rectangular baluster bodies with rounded corners, hand-chased converging flute decoration, applied shell and gadroon borders, wooden handles and finials, and all sitting on flat bases. Made in Sheffield in 1906. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver tea and coffee service are length of teapot 31 cms (12 inches), height of coffee pot 21 cms (8.25 inches), and the total weight is approx. 1,612g (52 troy ounces).
Antique Edwardian Sterling silver four-piece tea and coffee set, having rectangular baluster bodies with rounded corners, hand-chased converging flute decoration, applied shell and gadroon borders, wooden handles and finials, and all sitting on flat bases. Made in Sheffield in 1906. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver tea and coffee service are length of teapot 31 cms (12 inches), height of coffee pot 21 cms (8.25 inches), and the total weight is approx. 1,612g (52 troy ounces).
Antique Edwardian Sterling silver four-piece tea and coffee set, having rectangular baluster bodies with rounded corners, hand-chased converging flute decoration, applied shell and gadroon borders, wooden handles and finials, and all sitting on flat bases. Made in Sheffield in 1906. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver tea and coffee service are length of teapot 31 cms (12 inches), height of coffee pot 21 cms (8.25 inches), and the total weight is approx. 1,612g (52 troy ounces).   Antique Edwardian Sterling silver four-piece tea and coffee set, having rectangular baluster bodies with rounded corners, hand-chased converging flute decoration, applied shell and gadroon borders, wooden handles and finials, and all sitting on flat bases. Made in Sheffield in 1906. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver tea and coffee service are length of teapot 31 cms (12 inches), height of coffee pot 21 cms (8.25 inches), and the total weight is approx. 1,612g (52 troy ounces).
Antique Edwardian Sterling silver four-piece tea and coffee set, having rectangular baluster bodies with rounded corners, hand-chased converging flute decoration, applied shell and gadroon borders, wooden handles and finials, and all sitting on flat bases. Made in Sheffield in 1906. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver tea and coffee service are length of teapot 31 cms (12 inches), height of coffee pot 21 cms (8.25 inches), and the total weight is approx. 1,612g (52 troy ounces).


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