A GOOD ASSEMBLED EARLY AMERICAN COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE: Late 18th to early 19th century, 5 assembled pieces in similar, but not identical, patterns to include 1) John & Pete Targee coffee pot with embossed floral trim accents, pierced design on foot, note dent on top at final. Monogrammed. 12 3/8'' h. x 11'' x 5''. 2) Matching footed burner, 3 1/2'' h. x 6'' x 5''. 3) Ebenezer Cole teapot with embossed shell trim accents, pierced design on foot. Note missing nub on finial, several dings, handle will need to be reattached. Monogrammed. 9 1/4'' h. x 12'' x 5 1/2''. 4) Ebenezer Cole open creamer with embossed shell trim accents, 6'' x 6 1/2'' x 3 1/4''. Monogrammed. 5) William Thomson covered sugar with embossed shell trim accents. Note bend to finial, minor dings, lid does not seat perfectly. Monogrammed. 8'' h. x 8 3/4'' x 4 1/2''. Approx. 106 troy oz. coin silver.
CONDITION: Note all pieces show typical signs of use, scratches, dings, etc. Please note condition in description as well.