An incredibly stylish four piece flush hinged tea and coffee set sitting on shaped cornered oblong tray. The teaset has elegant panelling with upper engraving for highlights. The handles are bone and are formed in a typical art deco style.
Weight: 112.5 troy ounces/3498 grams (combined)
Height: 6.1 inches/15.5cm
Length: 9.6 inches/24.5cm
Height: 4.7 inches/12cm
Length: 12 inches/30.5cm
Length: 7 inches/18cm
Length: 6.4 inches/16.5cm
Length: 23.8 inches/60.5cm
Width: 9.8 inches/25cm
Condition: Excellent throughout. Tray Sheffield 1934. Teapot and coffee pot Sheffield 1935. Sugar and cream London 1934.
Viners has a long and illustrious history as a family of silversmiths in the UK since the late 19th century. Establishing their first manufacturing business in 1908 in Sheffield, specialising in plated holloware, they were one of the first businesses to introduce new cutting edge production techniques.
After the First World War, Viners diversified into cutlery production and became leading cutlers within the marketplace. Viners were the first cutlers to utilise real marketing strategies; specifically designed packaging and advertising campaigns led to Viners being the most recognised cutlery brand in the UK.
With a clear directive for innovative design, Viners employed eminent designers to create classic designs that can still be found in homes today. The iconic Studio range still exists within the Viners portfolio today and continues to be one of our most popular and expanding designs within the range. Today Viners is focused on building the brand and developing leading exclusive designs.