A Post War Silver Plated Tea Set Designed by Eric Clements

A stylish silver plated tea set designed in 1961 by Eric Clements. It includes a coffee pot, tea pot, hot water jug, cream jug, sugar bowl and tray.

Eric Clements began working on the Clements pattern in 1960, producing eleven initial designs. The pattern came to bear his name due to its high popularity.

The tray measures 46 centimetres (18.1 inches) in width, and the height of the coffee pot is 18.5 centimetres (7.3 inches).

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

Price: £ 540 GBP

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