London, South Kensington
10 June 2003
A Victorian Silver Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Service
Mark of Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield, 1872
each of shaped oval tapering form, decorated with a beaded band and engraved foliate garland swags, the centre engraved with a monogram, comprising: a teapot; a coffee pot, each with ivory insulated handles, a cream jug and a sugar bowl - the coffee pot 23.8cm. (9 3/8in.) high, 62oz. gross.
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