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A fabulous decorated sterling tea service by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard I and dated for London, 1828. Beautiful repoussé flowers and Oak leaves around the body of each piece, with heavily decorated handles, sprouts , rims and bases. Finials are flower forms. Original gold wash still on the interiors of the creamer and sugar. The set is quite heavy weighing just under 2.6 kilos of sterling .925 silver.
Exquisite quality .
English hallmarks on each piece: for London, 1824 and maker “RE” over “EB” for Rebecca Eames and Edward Barnard. Family coat of arms on each piece.
Teapot measures: 6 1/4 inches high x 11.5 inches wide
Coffee Pot measures: 10 inches high x 8.5 inches wide
Sugar Bowl measures: 4.5 inches high x 9.25 inches wide
Creamer Measures: 4.5 inches high x 7 inches wide
Total Weight: 2578 grams
European Silver Pastry Server – Hand Chased
This is a beautiful pastry server that comes from Europe and is continental silver. Enhanced by hand chasing it sits on the flat serving part with a raised handle for easy lifting.
Measures: 8 inches long x 2 1/2 inches wide.
Marked: K, in a circle and -90.
A set of 8 Wedgwood cream ware and embossed dessert plates – Etruria & Barlaston – with an embossed grape vine and leaf pattern.
Marked Wedgwood, Made in England of Etruria & Barlaston
Plates measure 8 1/2 inches diameter
A set for 12 fruit knives and forks in a fitted box with serving pieces – consisting of Berry Spoons, Grape Scissors & Serving Fork & Knife. Marked for Atkin Bros – England, circa 1900. *** Note: 1 fruit knife replaced.
A beautiful ’19th Century – Chines Famile Rose Jardiniere & Under-plate’ – with a traditional hand-painted figural scene of a colourful home and garden landscape with villagers, with decorative floral, bird and butterfly motifs throughout.
Marked. Stamped on the bottom, with a faded mark in orange. (paper label with hand written description- possibly from the previous owner)
Measures: 8 1/2 inches tall x 10 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent condition. Minor wear. (Interior wear with age and gentle use – see images.)