Edwardian Three-Piece Silver Teaset

£1950 | 1950 | 1950

Stock number: 20C050

Edwardian Three-Piece Silver Teaset

A lovely Edwardian three-piece silver teaset, comprising a teapot, cream/milk jug and sugar bowl.

The pieces are round with an embossed frieze of scrolls, leaves and flowers around the body. They have a form of gadroon mount, and each stands on four plain stylised feet.

The teapot has a plain handle with ivory insulators, a hinged lid with a much smaller matching frieze and wooden finial and a very large plain spout. The cream/milk jug and sugar bowl have smaller plain matching handles.

This is a marvellous set, which is based on the designs of the George IV / William IV period in the 1820s and 1830s. The pieces are a very good weight and in excellent condition.

This fine Edwardian three-piece silver teaset was made in 1904 by Carrington & Co. of London.

  • Length of teapot (back of handle to front of spout)
    10 1/4 inches (26 cm)
  • Height of teapot (to top of finial)
    6 inches (15 cm)
  • Height of milk/cream jug (to top of handle)
    3 3/8 inches (8.5 cm)
  • Height of sugar bowl to top of handle
    3 3/4 inches (9.5 cm)
  • Length of sugar bowl (handle - handle)
    6 3/4 inches (17 cm)
  • Overall weight of service
    43 oz the set (1340 g)

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