James Deakin & Sons Silver Plate Tea Pot & Creamer
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James Deakin & Sons Silver Plate Tea Pot & Creamer:
James Deakin & Sons Repousse Silver Plate Tea Set ca 1890, Electro Plate -- Tea Pot & Creamer
The renowned Sheffield silversmith, James Deakin & Sons, uses repousse and etching to create a beautiful art nouveau floral pattern in this tea pot and matching creamer. Beginning in 1868 as James Deakin & Co., the silversmith became James Deakin & Sons in 1871. They continued business in Sheffield, England until 1936.
The creamer bears the number “16608”, but no hallmark. The matching tea pot, also marked 16608, bears the hallmark for James Deakin & Sons, with its characteristic trademark, a table lamp, and a cartouche with “EP” for electroplate.
The tea pot is 6” tall, 9-3/4” from handle to spout and 5-1/2” side to side. The creamer is 5” tall, 5-1/2” handle to spout and 3-1/4” side to side.
The sets is very nice, with an aged look. Both tea pot and creamer have a monogram, a "C".
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