Georgian, George III, silver tea service, of rectangular form. Features a broad reeded girdle with bright cut engraving below a gadrooned edge. Each piece sits on four ball feet and has two bright cut engraved vacant cartouches. The sugar bowl and creamer are both gilt lined to the interior.
The teapot features an ivory finial and ivory insulators. Please check the laws relating to the importation of antique ivory for your country, if you are buying from abroad.
Hallmarked for London 1808/09 Duncan Urquhart & Napthali Hart. The maker's mark is partially obscured on the sugar bowl and creamer.
Condition is excellent with no splits, dents, or repairs. Just minor surface wear and the odd tiny dint.
Approximate weight is 1.025 kilos or 32.95 troy ounces.
Approximate dimensions are:
Teapot: 29 cm length, 17 cm height and 13 cm depth.
Sugar bowl: 17.5 cm length, 11 cm height and 10 cm depth.
Creamer: 13.5 cm length, 9.5 cm height and 8 cm depth.