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Art Deco Silver Plated Three Piece Tea Set

Art Deco Silver Plated Three Piece Tea Set

SKU: RJ01604
£45.00Price

Tea became the nation's beverage during Queen Victoria's reign. Lower taxes on tea and the expansion of plantations in India (the plant had originated in China) meant there was more affordable tea than ever before, making it accessible to more levels of society.

 

This is a silver plated tea service consisting of a tea pot, milk jug and sugar bowl. It has a hand hammered finshed which was very stylish in the 1930s.

 

The silver plate on all pieces is good with no signs of ware. It has no dinges or cracks and the handles are in good condition.

 

Dimensions: tea pot 24cm x 15cm  x 12cm high

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1860

Tea became the nation's beverage during Queen Victoria's reign. Lower taxes on tea and the expansion of plantations in India (the plant had originated in China) meant there was more affordable tea than ever before, making it accessible to more levels of society.

 

This is a silver plated tea service consisting of a tea pot, milk jug and sugar bowl. It has a hand hammered finshed which was very stylish in the 1930s.

 

The silver plate on all pieces is good with no signs of ware. It has no dinges or cracks and the handles are in good condition.

 

Dimensions: tea pot 24cm x 15cm  x 12cm high

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