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A Dutch three part silver tea service and a non-matching tea caddy
A Dutch three part silver tea service and a non-matching tea caddy

MAKER'S MARK OF DIEDERIK LODEWIJK BENNEWITZ, AMSTERDAM, 1831; J.F. ORTHLIED, HAARLEM, 1841 AND J.D. HAAS, AMSTERDAM

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A Dutch three part silver tea service and a non-matching tea caddy
Maker's mark of Diederik Lodewijk Bennewitz, Amsterdam, 1831; J.F. Orthlied, Haarlem, 1841 and J.D. Haas, Amsterdam
Each of partly ribbed baluster form, on a plain spreading base, comprising: a teapot with scroll handle and domed detachable cover with swan finial, a milkjug with scroll handle and a sugar basin with domed detachable cover and swan finial; the teacaddy shaped oblong with lobed body and wide spreading base, the high-domed detachable cover with swan finial
The teapot 11.5cm. (4in.) high
marked underneath
1380gr. (4)

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