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silver art nouveau edwardian cafe au lait 190102 a j zimmerman birmingham
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SA446075

SILVER ART NOUVEAU EDWARDIAN CAFE AU LAIT 1901/02 A J ZIMMERMAN BIRMINGHAM

Price
£450 | $567 USD | €534 EUR
Item Number: SA446075
Date of manufacture: Edwardian
Current Status: in stock
Seller: Tim Spearing Antique Silver
Seller on Sellingantiques since: 25 April 2016

Description:
A unique and stunning Edwardian Silver Cafe Au Lait set, it has a very elegant Art Nouveau style.
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THE COFFEE POT
Birmingham 1901
A & J Zimmerman
Marked to body, lid and even the screw.
200 grams or 6.45 Troy Oz
11.5cm in height
8cm diameter at base
No damage, dents or repairs.
Has been professionally polished.
Wicker wrap,around handle slightly scruffy at top but still attached and usable.
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THE HOT MILK JUG
Birmingham 1902
Same maker
Body is hallmarked and so the removable lid.
11cm in height
8cm diameter at base
185 grams or 5.95 Troy Oz
Also professionally polished.
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A stunning set that is eye catching and rare.
Please feel free to ask any questions about this or any of my other items for sale.
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FREE UK POSTAGE
For overseas postage please send me a message and I will find out cost.
Internal Ref: TGS414


Dimensions
Height = 13 cm (5")
Width = 25 cm (10")
Depth = 15 cm (6")

About the Date of Manufacture
This antique was produced in the Edwardian period (1901-1910). The Edwardian era or Edwardian period of British history covers the brief reign of King Edward VII, 1901 to 1910, and is sometimes extended in both directions to capture long term trends from the 1890s to the First World War.

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Declaration

This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as Edwardian.

Dimensions

Height = 13 cm (5")
Width = 25 cm (10")
Depth = 15 cm (6")

Email seller about this item:

Tim Spearing Antique Silver

Suffolk
United Kingdom
Tel: 07886 462 033
Int'l Tel: +44 7886 462 033