30 June - 1 July 2009
PROPERTY FROM A PARK AVENUE ESTATE
This lot is offered without a reserve
A VICTORIAN SILVER SIX-PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE AND A SIMILAR TRAY,**
THE SERVICE WITH MARKS FOR SHEFFIELD, 1899-1904, MAKER'S MARK 'JR', THE TRAY WITH MARKS FOR SHEFFIELD, 1900, MAKER'S MARK 'HA',
all pieces monogrammed, the service comprising a teapot with hinged cover, a coffee pot with hinged cover, a sugar bowl, a large milk jug, a smaller milk jug; with ivory insulators; all marked, sugar bowl date marks only partially impressed, the teapot's marks faintly impressed; together with a American silver kettle, stand and burner, similarly decorated, maker's marks for Shreve & Co., San Francisco, circa 1900, 'Sterling'
The teapot 10½in. (26.7cm.) long overall, 233oz. approximate gross weight (8)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
Please note this lot also contains a chocolate pot and the correct piece count is 10.
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