Presented is a Georgian, 3 piece, English sterling silver tea set made in London between 1809 and 1819. Although this is a married set, with pieces from 3 different makers, the pieces are all matching and are all Georgian.
Each piece has a ribbed or rounded panel body. The teapot has a wooden handle and has a capacity of 6 cups or 3 pints. This set includes: 1 Teapot: 12 1/2 inches from handle to spout and 7 3/8 inches tall.
1 Creamer: 5 3/4 inches from handle to spout and 3 7/8 inches tall. 1 Sugar Bowl: 7 inches from handle to handle and 3 3/8 inches tall. All three pieces are marked with the crowned leopard's head for London, the lion passant for sterling silver and a duty mark of King George III's head. The teapot has a date letter d for the year 1819 and a maker's mark for John Edward Terry & Company (the lid has corresponding marks). The creamer has a date letter O for the year 1809 and a maker's mark RG for Robert Garrard.
The sugar bowl has a date letter S for the year 1813 and a maker's mark WB for William Burwash. The combined weight of the set is 1,782 grams or 62.8 ounces. Please see the video of this tea set below. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U. The seller is "robertcharlessilver" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.