Georgian, George III, matched silver tea service with part fluted decoration and gadrooned borders. Each piece is raised upon four ball feet. The teapot has an ivory handle and ivory knop. The sugar bowl and cream jug have acanthus capped handles. Each piece has an identical monogram, although this is faded on the teapot.
In excellent order with surface wear commensurate with age. Faded, but readable hallmarks. No leaks to the teapot when filled with boiling water. No dents or creases.
The teapot is hallmarked for London 1816 by Thomas Robins. The sugar bowl and cream jug are hallmarked for London 1816 and I am fairly certain that the partially obscured mark is that of William Eaton.
Approximate total weight for all three pieces is 1.203 kilos or 38.67 troy ounces.
Teapot: 29 cm length, 13.5 cm height and 13 cm depth.
Sugar: 21 cm length, 11 cm height and 11 cm depth.
Creamer: 15.5 cm length, 11 cm height and 9 cm depth.