Silver plate tea service - possibly antique
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $250 USD
- $55 USD to izmo
- Number of Bids
- 1 - Bid History
Possibly antique silver plated tea service consisting of a tea pot, a creamer (milk jug) sugar bowl and serving salver (tray). The silversmith could be Thomas Wilkinson & Sons / Pelican Works of Birmingham, England (T W & S makers mark stamped into the bottom of the tea pot, creamer and sugar). If correct, the age could be anywhere from 1832 - 1934. The tray appears to be from some other silversmith and could be American made.
The images of the markers marks were taken from a Google search and not a direct photo from the bottom of the 3 items. Can see a similar mark on each when using a magnifying glass but could not get a camera image to be in focus for a direct image.
A Google search also turned up a reference to the English silversmith Israel Sigmund Greenberg & Co. as a tea set of similar design.
Special Notes: Item should be picked up on Saturday, December 8 in Framingham, MA. Details of pickup instructions to be sent to the successful bidder upon the Auction closing.
If the successful bidder is out of the area, the Rotary Club will arrange shipment at the successful bidder's additional expense. Those details to be finalized upon the Auction closing.
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