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Three piece silver tea service and associated tray. Tea service consists of teapot with ivory ferrules and urn shaped finial, creamer, and sugar bowl with ebonized urn shaped finial, all in the Plymouth pattern – oval form with scalloped sides and oval footed bases. Marked Gorham (lion-anchor-G) Sterling A2444. Teapot marked 2 PINT PLYMOUTH, creamer also marked 5/8 PINT. All pieces with Art Deco style triangular monogram JHS. Teapot 7" H x 12" W x 5" D overall. Total weight 41.08 oz troy. Together with a silverplated oval tray with reticulated sides and engraved scroll design, vacant central reserve and four ball feet. Unidentified hallmarks on back, probably English. All items circa 1930, 4 pcs total. Provenance: estate of Margaret Storck Hart, Buffalo, NY. Condition: Tea set in overall very good condition; urn finial on sugar bowl does not sit completely straight. Some wear to tray.