English Victorian "Moresque" style sterling silver 3-piece tea service with silverplated oval tray, 4 items total. Includes a coffee or tea pot and a teapot or covered cream jug, both with domed lids, together with an open sugar bowl having gilded interior, all with bulbous bodies and chased Indo-Gothic or "Moresque" style decoration composed of pointed arches and floral medallions. Each piece with small engraved crest of a lion holding a cross, and marked on underside with marks for William Wrangham Williams, London, 1864-1865, Sterling. Additionally stamped with retailer name LAMBERT / COVENTRY STREET/ LONDON. Largest pot height 10". Combined weight: 66.1 oz troy. Also included with this lot is an oval silver-on-copper tray with husk design border and flower-and-branch handles, having foliate scroll engraving and a center reserve engraved with stag crest. Maker's mark V.O. with crossed keys and crowned lion's head en verso. 29 1/2" W (including handles) x 19" D. CONDITION: Tea set – Excellent condition. Tray – some light wear to edges, some small spots of wear/pitting and scratches, overall good condition.
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