SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919

SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919
SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919
SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919
SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919
SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919
SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919
SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919
SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919
SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919
SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919
SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919
SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919

SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919

A good solid silver Bachelor Thee Piece Tea Set. The Set comprises a Teapot, Sugar Bowl and Milk Jug. The Teapot measures 23cm or 9" from handle to spout and stands 12.5cm or 5" tall. The Sugar Bowl measures 16cm or 6 1/2 across the handles. The Set weighs 460 grams or just under 15 ozt.

Oval in form with half fluted decoration in what is sometimes called the Queen Anne style. The Teapot has ebony handle and finial. Twin handle Sugar Bowl and Helmet shaped Milk Jug. All pieces hallmarked for Birmingham, 1919. Maker's mark, quite rubbed, of Jones & Compton. The Tea Set is in very good, fully functional condition. There are very few dings - including one to the Sugar Bowl as shown in the photograph. The Teapot handle is firm and the pins are in place. The hinge is good and the lid closes precisely.

There is some minor damage to the tip of the spout but the Teapot pours nicely. All pieces are bright and clean - the Sugar Bowl and Jug have gilded interiors. The item "SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919" is in sale since Sunday, December 22, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Teapots & Sets".

The seller is "damson54" and is located in Oswestry, Shropshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.


SILVER BACHELOR THREE PIECE TEA SET Birmingham, 1919