Super Victorian 1885 Solid Silver Tea Set, London

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Item: Super Victorian 1885, 3 piece Solid Silver Tea Set by Charles Stuart Harris 16 Troy Oz , sought after Victorian Antique 3 piece Tea set, handcrafted by master Silversmith maker Charles Stuart Harris of London This fine craftsman entered the silversmith trade in 1852-1904, in the famous Hatton Garden district of London England. His works are becoming very collectable . The tea set is in the sought after Queen Anne half fluted design . Comprising of tea pot , creamer and sugar bolw The tea pot has a superb ebony handle and thumb pull to the top no cracking. The set also has no- monograms.to spoil the set all in all a very Nice period Victorian Set. Made by a very well know and respected silversmith maker of the time ,for the collector or investor of fine English Victorian Silver, or maybe a gift

Maker: Queen Victoria's side cameo, date letter k - l. Lion for .925 Purity of Sterling Silver. CSH For Charles Stuart Harris and leopard for handcrafted in London, England.

Size: Teapot width 230mm, depth 97, height 128, Sugar Bowl width 165mm, depth 85mm, height 90mm, Creamer 100mm width, depth 55 height 80mm

Weight: 16 Troy Oz 453gms

Condition a few marks here and there but nothing serious. For The investor or collector of fine Victorian Silverware.

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