Batchelor sets are such gorgeous examples of sterling for they represent a time when tea was the gathering of a decorated table setting featuring dignified porcelain and silver. Usable today, this Victorian set consists of: teapot, sugar and creamer all with matching hallmarks for William Hutton & Sons, London 1894.
A total weight of 382gms is a respectable gauge while lobed bodies with ovoid bases and timber handle to teapot make for superb Victorian finery. Slight lateral movement to handle. Minor dings & surface marks. Spout to handle: 7.75. Handle to handle: 5.5.
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The seller is "vandalane" and is located in Northern NSW. This item can be shipped worldwide.