Novelty Art Deco Tea Server


Loose Leaf Tea From a Hidden Spout

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    Silver Plated 

    From our Silver collection, we are pleased to offer this Novelty Art Deco Tea Server. The Art Deco Tea Server cast in silver plate and shaped as a squat form jug with a viewing window to the front below the word Tea in capital letters. The jug opens from the top by sliding the lid across the handle allowing the user to fill the jug full of loose leaf tea. The tea then fills through to the bottom of the jug where another viewing window can be seen. The user then tips the jug and a single serving will be administered from a small spout at the bottom of the front. The server is truly a novelty way to both store and serve loose leaf tea! The base is hallmarked EPNS A1 along pro pat, 25646/22. A great and unusual novelty piece dating to the art deco period circa 1930.

    Silver Plate is a term used when a metal object is coated in a thin layer of silver. The base of the object will be made from a metal such as brass and then a thin layer of Silver is applied to the entire exterior giving it the visual desire of silver. Silver Plate objects contain different hallmarks to Solid Silver and often do not have any hallmarks at all.

    Art Deco is a style of visual arts, architecture and product design that first appeared in France just before World War I. It flourished in the United States and Europe during the 1920s to early 1930s. Through styling and design of the exterior and interior of anything from large structures to small objects, including how people look.

    Measurements 12.5cm High x 15.5cm Long x 7.5 Wide (4.92 x 6.1 x 2.95 Inches)

    Condition Very Good antique condition

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