STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919

STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919
STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919
STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919
STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919
STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919
STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919
STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919
STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919
STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919
STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919
STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919

STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919
A sterling silver Three Piece Bachelor Tea Set. Comprises a Teapot, Twin Handled Sugar Bowl and a Milk Jug. The weight is 529 grams or just over 17 ozt. In attractive plain oval form.

The Teapot with angular black handle and finial. All items have gadrooned rims. All pieces have the maker's mark of S Blackensee & Sons. The Teapot is hallmarked for Birmingham 1907 - the Milk Jug and Sugar Bowl are for Birmingham, 1919.

The pattern is identical and fully matched. In very good, clean condition.

The Teapot handle is firm and the pins are in place. The hinge is good and the lid closes precisely. A small number of minor surface imperfections but generally in very smart condition. The item "STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons.

Birmingham 1907 & 1919" is in sale since Saturday, February 20, 2021. 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.


STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET S Blackensee & Sons. Birmingham 1907 & 1919