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Just reduced!! Ready for your Easter holiday lunch!

Worth over $600..

Beautiful set, fit for any Queen.

Beautiful silver plate 5 piece serving set.

Simply exquisite!

Set includes tray, tea pot, coffee pot, sugar bowl, and creamer bowl.

All pieces are footed (except tray, but it is elevated a bit).

4th picture is stamping all 4 serving pieces have and the last picture is the stamping on the tray.

Measurements are as follows:
Tea pot; 6 inches tall x 11½ inches long x 6½ inches diameter
Coffee pot; almost 10 inches tall x 9½ inches long x 5 inches diameter
Creamer bowl; 4 inches tall x 6 inches long x 4 inches diameter
Sugar bowl; 4 inches tall x 6 inches long x 4 inches diameter
Tray; 24 inches long x 15 inches wide x 1½ inches deep (please note: tray handles are elevated slightly more than the rest of the tray making them stand approx. 3 inches from bottom of tray).

Both the coffee and the tea pot have hinged lids and the same flower (rose i think) adorning the top.

The set is from the 1960's and has been passed down nearly 4 generations.

This is a very solid and very HEAVY set, super solid and very beautiful.

Slightly patina'd and a great looking set for display in your home.

Perfect to use for any upcoming holiday gatherings with family and friends.

Please convo info for shipping cost to other countries.

Willing to accept layaway on it, will ship at final payment. Convo any questions! :)

Thank you.

Vintage 1960's Sheffield England Silver Plate 5 piece Serving Set Tea Coffee Creamer Sugar Tray


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: silver plate
  • Only ships within United States.
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