MILITARY INTEREST: An Edwardian three-piece silver tea servi...
MILITARY INTEREST: An Edwardian three-piece silver tea service by Charles Westwood & Sons, Birmingham 1901, each piece of rounded rectangular form with half-reeded bodies and gadroon borders, each piece with engraved military issue mark to base 'Rd 228814', the teapot with ebonised wood knop and handle, gross weight of group 35.60ozt (3)
Teapot: Very good, hallmarks are clear, no signs of major denting, very light areas of pitting, no thinning or splitting to silver. Hinged lid in working order, closing correctly and lying flat. Moderate scratching and signs of general wear to surface, handle and knop.
Sugar bowl: Overall very good, hallmarks clear some small dents around reeded decoration, some veyr light pitting concerntrated to base, general scratching and wear. Gilt interior worn.
Jug: Overall very good, hallmarks clear, some veyr light pitting concerntrated to base, general scratching and wear. Gilt interior worn.
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