9 - 10 February 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN AMERICAN SILVER SIX-PIECE TEA SERVICE,**
MARK FOR REED & BARTON, RETAILER'S MARKS FOR J.E. CALDWELL, PHILADELPHIA, 20TH CENTURY,
in the 'St. George' pattern, comprising a teapot with hinged cover, a coffee pot with hinged cover, a kettle-on-stand with hinged cover, a sugar bowl and cover, a milk jug, and a waste bowl; each marked 'Sterling', the stand with mark of Reed & Barton; together with a similar milk jug, mark for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 'Sterling'
The coffee pot, the largest, 10¾in. (27.4cm.) high, 150.5oz. gross weight (11)
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