This listing is for an antique sterling silver tea set made in the late 1700's. Although all three pieces are from different makers, they have been together. As a set for many years.Family for at least 6 generations. Morse had a very interesting life and he. Makes a fascinating read, definitely worth taking a moment to check out. Made by John King, very good maker, 1771, very clear hallmarks. Width: 9 Handle to Spout.
Weight: A Very Heavy/ Solid.... Condition: Coffee pot has had repairs before, at a casual glance looks. Perfect, but up close there are tiny wavy areas where it is evident of a previous. Lid fits snug, pot sits correctly. Spout not centered leans very slightly to one.
Side, not noticeable on display, only when spout is facing you directly. Dents or serious scratches, expected wear for being 249 years old. Made by Henry Chawner HC, London 1794-95.
Weight: 242 Grams Fine Sterling Silver. Condition: Appears to be in very good condition, no dents or scratches, still. Retains some of the gold wash interior. Weight: 122 Grams Fine Sterling Silver.Condition: Very good condition, no dents or scratches. Although all three pieces have different makers, they seem as if they. Were made as a set, they compliment each other well.
Intention to part with these, they are quality pieces, very good makers. And they have a very interesting history.... Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions. Good luck and thanks for looking! The item "Antique Sterling Silver Tea Set, Quality Pieces, John King 1771" is in sale since Saturday, December 12, 2020.This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Tea/Coffee Pots & Sets". The seller is "sandor721" and is located in Lawndale, California. This item can be shipped to United States.