4 Piece English Pewter Tea Set

(#GRS353)

English 4 piece pewter tea set with two carafes, a sugar bowl, and cream pitcher
Item #
GRS353
Category
Funiture
Dining Room
Dinnerware
Style
English Sheraton/Hepplewhite
Color
Silver, Black
Dimensions (in)
Width:9.0"
Depth:9.0"
Height:9.0"
Price:

In Stock

4 Piece English Pewter Tea Set

Price

#GRS353

In Stock

English 4 piece pewter tea set with two carafes, a sugar bowl, and cream pitcher
Item #
GRS353
Category
Funiture
Dining Room
Dinnerware
Style
English Sheraton/Hepplewhite
Color
Silver, Black
Dimensions (in)
Width:9.0"
Depth:9.0"
Height:9.0"

4 Piece English Pewter Tea Set (#GRS353)

Price:

In Stock

English 4 piece pewter tea set with two carafes, a sugar bowl, and cream pitcher
Item #
GRS353
Dimensions (in)
Width:
9.0"
Depth:
9.0"
Height:
9.0"
Style
English Sheraton/Hepplewhite
Color
Silver, Black
Hepplewhite

Hepplewhite

An English designer in the 18th century who frequently co-operated with the Adams Brothers. He wrote "The Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer's Guide."

Pewter

Pewter

Alloy of tin and lead which has a dull gray appearance and is used for the making of tableware and ornaments. Originally it was intended as a substitute for silver but its value diminished in the 17th century with the advent of chinaware for everyday use.

Hepplewhite

Hepplewhite

An English designer in the 18th century who frequently co-operated with the Adams Brothers. He wrote "The Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer's Guide."

Pewter

Pewter

Alloy of tin and lead which has a dull gray appearance and is used for the making of tableware and ornaments. Originally it was intended as a substitute for silver but its value diminished in the 17th century with the advent of chinaware for everyday use.

Hepplewhite

Hepplewhite

An English designer in the 18th century who frequently co-operated with the Adams Brothers. He wrote "The Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer's Guide."

Pewter

Pewter

Alloy of tin and lead which has a dull gray appearance and is used for the making of tableware and ornaments. Originally it was intended as a substitute for silver but its value diminished in the 17th century with the advent of chinaware for everyday use.

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