London, South Kensington
21 February 2007
A FOUR-PIECE SILVER TEA SET
MARK OF J T & CO., SHEFFIELD, 1933
Circular on collet foot, a matched pair of spot-hammered vases, a pepperette, salt cellar, & spoon; a set of 6 pistol-handled fruit knives & a set of 6 coffee spoons with heart-shaped bowls + tongs (cased), a Norwegian spoon with leaf bowl, c.1910, a small plated salver, & 10 Ceylon white-metal coffee spoons, weighable silver 36 oz. (34)
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