Antique Victorian Sterling Silver 4 Piece Teaset in Oak Case – 1843
Hallmarked for London 1843 with the silversmiths mark for Joseph Angell l & Joseph Angell ll
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Top quality antique Victorian hallmarked sterling silver four piece teaset comprising of a teapot, coffee pot, sugar bowl and jug particularly nice as it comes in it’s orignal oak presentation case which is what has kept it in such superb condition.
The teapot measures 9″ (23 cms) across including the handle x 5 1/2″ (14 cms) x 7″ (18 cms) tall to the top of the lid and weighs 636.5 grams, the coffee pot measures 8 1/4″ (21 cms) across including the handle x 5″ (12.5 cms) x 10″ (26 cms) tall and weighs 725.8 grams, the jug is 4 3/4″ (12 cms) across from handle to tip of spout x 6″ (15 cms) tall to the top of the spout and weighs 257.7 grams and the sugar bowl is 7″ (18 cms) across including the handles x 4 3/4″ (12 cms) high to the rim and weighs 354.4 grams.
All four items are in excellent condition inside and out with no damage and they weigh a total of 1974.4 grams which gives you an idea of the quality .
They have matching hallmarks for London 1843 with the silversmiths marks for Joseph Angell l and Joseph Angell ll who were known for their top quality silver.
They have gorgeous decoration with matching armorial crests and the tea and coffee pot have lovely flower knobs on the lids.
The insides of all the items are nice and clean – the jug and bowl retain the original gilding and the set is perfectly usable today.
The oak presentation case comes complete with key and has a brass plaque on the lid and matching brass handles – one of the handles has a tag which reads ‘Tea & coffee service in square case in safe in pantry’.