Regency Solid Silver 4 Piece Tea And Coffee Service, London, Circa 1831

Regency Solid Silver 4 Piece Tea And Coffee Service, London, Circa 1831


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Antique 19th century Regency solid silver four piece tea and coffee service, comprising of a coffee pot, tea pot, sugar bowl and cream jug, each melon shaped body resting on four cast leaf feet, the body chased and embossed with lilies and leaves, extremely rare and well-made design. The cast scroll handles imitating branches, the hinged covers set with lovely cast finials modelled as lilies, inside parcel gilt. Each piece is hallmarked English silver (925 Standard), London, year 1831 (q), Maker's mark CE (An unregistered mark noted by Grimwade on tea services dated 1831-1834).

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Additional dimensions information:

Teapot Height 15 cm Width 28 x 17 cm Weight 895g Sugar Bowl Height 10 cm Width 22 x 15 cm Weight 430g Cream Jug Height 10 cm Width 17 x 13 cm Weight 330g.


W23.0 x H26.0 x D17.0 cm



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Date of manufacture


Place of origin

United Kingdom


19th Century


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