A Post War Silver Plate Tea Set by Eric Clements

Made in Circa 1960 by Eric Clements for Mappin and Webb
Heavily influenced by Scandinavian design this set was made circa 1960. The design is known simply as the "Clements Pattern" and is illustrated in "Eric Clements: Silver and Design 1950-2000" published in 2001 by Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

The height of the coffee pot is 7.5" while the teapot is 6" inches long by 8.5".

Type: Tea Sets
Function: Teaware
Maker: Eric Clements
Country: England

Price: £ 250 GBP

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