Object Description

Antique 19th Century Georgian exceptionally rare solid silver warwick tea & coffee service, of typical form on round bases, with pedestal stem and acanthus at base of bowl, the sides applied with classical heads and lions pelts, with entwining leaf handles, an ovolo dart and beaded rim. The design is based on a famous ancient Roman marble vase with Bacchic ornament that was discovered in Rome in 1771. This set features stunning workmanship, heavy gauge and tops engraved with family crests. Hallmarked English silver (925 standard), London, year 1820 (e), Maker’s mark (Robert Hennell III)

SIZE

COFFEE POT
Height: 19cm
Width: 30 x 18cm
Weight: 1370g

TEAPOT
Height: 18cm
Width: 28 x 18cm
Weight: 1250g

SUGAR BOWL
Height: 13cm
Width: 17 x 16cm
Weight: 795g

CREAM JUG
Height: 11.5cm
Width: 22 x 13cm
Weight: 625g

Object Condition

In Great Condition – no damage.

Object Classification

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