For your consideration, a rare four-piece Gebrüder Bing Nuremberg (GBN) tea or coffee set in formed copper, circa 1902-1907. The set is in good vintage condition with some dings and corrosion (see photos for details). The set displays a wonderful patina and could be easily polished, which would most probably clean up the discolored natural aging. Dimensions: tray 30 x 24, tea pot 17 x 20 (H x W) Diameter 10,3 cm weight 284 grams. Dimensions lidded sugar bowl 9,7 x 12,5 cm (H x W) Diameter 8,5 cm, weight 129 grams, dimensions milk jug 9,8 x 11,3 cm (H X W) Diameter 6,5 cm
weight 89 grams.
Bing or Gebrüder Bing ("Bing brothers") was a German company founded in 1863 in Nuremberg by two brothers, Ignaz Bing and Adolf Bing. Originally producing metal kitchen utensils, but best remembered for its extensive lines of model trains and live steam engines.
Please note slight wear on the surface and some minor dents
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