4 piece George IV sterling silver tea service, comprised of coffee pot, tea pot, cream jug and open sugar bowl, all pieces of rectangular form with shaped corners and gadroon and scroll design at rims, each with four paw feet and engraved crest. Pots have rectangular urn shaped finials; creamer and sugar have worn gilt wash to interiors. Each piece with marks for London, 1822, along with very worn maker's mark, possibly TK or TH. 4" H x 6 3/4" W to 8 3/8" H x 11 3/4" W. Together with an associated unmarked Old Sheffield plated silver on copper tray of approximately the same period with leaf overlaid reeded edges, cast floral designs at corners and swag style handles, very worn crest to center. 26" H x 16" W including handles. Combined weight, sterling: 81.63 oz troy. Provenance: Private Nashville, TN collection. CONDITION: Tea set: wear to marks and crest, handles slightly loose on tea pot. Scattered dents (largest, 1/2", on creamer) and light scratches. Tray in overall good condition with minor dents, scratches, and some wear to monogram but very little pink showing.
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