Reed and Barton is the well known silver company which has produced some of the finest American sterling and silverplate. The Winthrop pattern, named for Governor John Winthrop , was first produced in 1850 and is one of their most beautiful designs. This six piece set is comprised of coffee pot, tea pot, cream, sugar, waste bowl, and tray. It is all hand chased silver plate and is absolutely stunning. The fluted and chased surfaces are so elegant and the set is complemented by the very large tray.
Measures: Large coffee Pot: 10/3/4 by 12/1/2 inches Small Tea Pot:9/3/4 by 11/1/2 inches Sugar: 6/1/2 by 8 inches Creamer: 5 by 7/1/2 inches Waist Bowl: 6 by 3/1/2 inches Tray: 29/1/2 by 20/3/4 inches
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