Thomas Bradbury & Sons Demitasse Set | Sterling | circa 1901


On offer is a sterling silver demitasse set in it's original fitted presentation box. Originally produced by Thomas Bradbury & Sons of Sheffield England in 1901, it was retailed by Edward Henry Sermon, Silversmith of Torquay whose logo is on the inside of the cover. The set consists of 12 demitasse spoons which retain their original mirror bright finish (I don't believe these were ever used, or if they were - very infrequently) and 1 sugar tongs. All pieces are hallmarked on the back with the TB&S in a shield cartouche, crown for Sheffield, lion passant for British Sterling standard, and date letter 'i' for 1901. The original box is in great condition with minor wear on edges - silk interior is good and gilding on the box inside edge is still crisp and clear. This is a beautiful set - very simple in design and very usable in the modern world. If you have questions, please ask.

Item ID: 701-002

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