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George IV Sterling Silver Tea Set, Hallmarked For London 1825

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George IV sterling silver tea set, hallmarked for London 1825.  From the silver workshop of Rebecca Emes and Edward Bernard I, in partnership 1808-1829.  

Rebecca Emes was the widow of silversmith John Emes.

The pieces are of a melon shaped form, with a textured leaf inspired frieze at the top register, rising from embellished shell form feet.  

The original four piece set is comprised of a teapot, coffee pot, cream jug and an open sugar bowl.  More than a century later the Canadian owner commissioned a muffin dish to match, through Birks in Canada.  The trademarks on the muffin dish are that of Ellis & Co., Empire Works, Great Hampton Street & Hall Street, Birmingham.  Hallmarked for Birmingham 1937.

The coffee pot is 8 1/2” (21.6cm) high.

The teapot is 5” (12.7cm) high.

3485.4 total gram weight 

 

The set is shown on a sterling silver George III tea tray by Solomon Hougham,

listed separately under Product Code SOLHC8CU32.

  • Product CodeGEOF5A1W36

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