Durgin Sterling Tea Set c1910 HAND DECORATED NEVER MONOGRAMMED
DURGIN STERLING SILVER TEA SET c1910 HAND DECORATED. A fine turn of the century Durgin sterling tea service. Founded in Concord, New Hampshire in 1853 by William B. Under Newel Harding in Boston. The shop remained in the family hands till 1905, and in. In octagonal raised panel corner urn form. The shape much like that of Gorham's Plymouth pattern. However, this Durgin set with beautifully hand carved inverted shell. Untied by streaming garland and vine framed acanthus displays. Stitch, bead and streaming leaf borders, some with leafy accent. Cover retains the original fluted urn and globe finial. This turn of the century Durgin sterling hand decorated teapot. Is 10 1/2 inches the set 37 1/2 standard ounces. The teapot interior clean as if little used. Rich sterling patina, retains original detail. Handle secure, original heat stops. With even tiny bits of material from endangered species.
The item "Durgin Sterling Tea Set c1910 HAND DECORATED NEVER MONOGRAMMED" is in sale since Saturday, September 1, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.
925)\Tea/Coffee Pots & Sets". The seller is "runwithme" and is located in Worcester, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Age: 1900-1940
- Composition: Sterling Silver
- Brand: Durgin
- Type: Tea Sets Teapot