A silver tea set by Robert WelchSOLD

Made in London 1990 by Robert Welch
This superb silver tea set was made by the renowned designer Robert Welch in London 1990. A contemporary of David Mellor and Gerald Benney at the Royal College of Art from 1952-5 Welch is one of the big names of late 20th century British design, particularly in the area of silver smithing and metal ware. The tea set is of wonderful quality, heavy and beautifully made.

Measurements
32oz. The pot is 8 inches tall, the cream jug is 5 inches wide and the sugar bowl is 3 1/2 inches diameter.

Type: Tea Sets
Function: Teaware
Maker: Robert Welch
Country: England


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