Antique Edwardian Silver Plated 4 Piece Tea Set (Daniel George Collins c1910)
A fine quality antique English Edwardian silver plated four piece tea set. The set consists of a teapot, a coffee pot, a cream jug & a sugar bowl. Each piece is of an oval form with a fluted shape decoration around the outside. The teapot & coffee pot both have an ebonised wooden harp shaped handle with an ebonised wooden finial on a domed hinged lid. They both have a swan neck pouring spout. The sugar bowl has a scrolled shaped lifting handle on either side & the cream jug has a matching handle & pouring spout. Each piece in marked on the underside with the makers mark. A very stylish lovely fully usable collectors item.
Daniel George Collins Ltd
The business was commenced in 1896 by Daniel George Collins at 95/97 Newgate St, London and Works in Birmingham and Sheffield. In 1904 the firm was converted into a limited liability company (1904-1938). The firm used the trade mark MITRE
1662 grams (total)
L x W x H
Teapot: - 280mm x 120mm x 140mm
Coffee pot: - 270mm x 120mm x 210mm
Excellent condition with light surface marks that are consistent with genuine age, use & polishing. There are no dings or dents & there is no loss of silver plate.
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