Silver sugar bowl with lid and creamer pitcher made by the famed Chaudron & Rasch company of Philadelphia. Circa 1810.
The sugar bowl is approximately 8 1/2 inches tall to the tip of the final with the lid on and is about 9 inches wide from over the handles. The sugar bowl in marked twice with the Chaudron & Rasch markings. The creamer is about 6 3/4 inches tall to the top of the cream pitcher handle and is approximately 5 1/2 inches over the handle. The creamer is unmarked.
While the outsides of both pieces are finely finished, the undersides do show the hand hammering marks. There is an old repair on the sugar bowl where one of the handles evidently was repaired. This repair is only seen from looking inside the sugar bowl, see the last two photographs.
Chaudron & Rasch Early Philadelphia Silver Covered Sugar Bowl and Cream Pitcher