A Four-Piece Grosjean and Woodward Coin Silver Tea Service
Retailed by Jones, Ball & Poor, New York, circa 1850
Marks: JONES, BALL & POOR, PURE COIN, BOSTON, W&G
8-1/2 inches (21.6 cm) (tallest)
89.69 troy ounces
The teapots, creamer, and covered sugar bowl all with baluster
forms, lobed upper bodies and covers, with chased floral and
foliate motifs to bodies, applied climbing vines and leaves to
spouts and handles, with figural finials, monogrammed PK to
the front cartouches of each.
The lot comprising:
2 teapots with hinged lids;
1 creamer with hinged lid;
1 covered sugar bowl.
Minor dent to lower body of sugar bowl, dents to cartouches of sugar bowl and to one teapot, scattered faint scratches throughout commensurate with polishing, age, and use, otherwise service presents well.
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