The tea and coffee pots each have the United States Military Academy crest and a banner with the year 1920 (photo 10). Coffee pot: 8.25" high, 9.5" across. 1 pound 3.7 oz. Tea pot: 6.2 high, 10.5 across, 16 oz.
Sugar bowl: 5.4" high, 7.25" across, 12 oz. Waste bowl: 3.7" high, 5.5" across, 5.7 oz.
Creamer: 5.75" tall, 5.2" across, 5.48oz. Photos of 6-page appraisal available on request.
The tray is not included in this posting but is available separately. It is German and made from 830 silver. Although not originally made for this tea set, it does complement it exceptionally well and is in excellent condition.All pieces are in very good condition except for areas of wear on back of creamer (photo 9). The service was originally owned by 1920 West Point graduate Julian Esrkine Raymond and his wife Mary Mildred Clark. Raymond and his role in WWII can be found on his Wikipedia page. Initials (MMC & JER) are inscribed on the front of all 5 pieces. The inscriptions are very ornate and may appear more like decorative swirls rather than initials. Ill pack pieces very well. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Tea/Coffee Pots & Sets".
The seller is "annie-j" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.