Sold for £3,100
A good Victorian silver four-piece tea and coffee service, in fitted oak campaign box for C.A. Brown, comprising teapot, coffee pot, twin handled sugar and cream, each with gilt-washed interiors, each piece with banded and chased decoration, vacant cartouche opposing monochrome cartouche for CAB, gross weight 82.3oz, maker Sibray, Hall & Co (Frederick Sibray & Job Frank Hall), Sheffield 1882, coffee pot h.22.5cm, the oak campaign box annotated to the lid and with velvet lined fitted interior, box w.49cm, all appears to be original and in excellent, very little used condition
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