Unique LIBERTY & Co. TUDRIC Pewter Tea Set & Caddy by William Hair Haseler c1903

Unique LIBERTY & Co. TUDRIC Pewter Tea Set & Caddy by William Hair Haseler c1903

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An important pewter tea set by Tudric of England, made for Liberty & Co c1903, designed and by William Hair Haseler..This 3 piece set features a Teapot, Creamer and Sugar Bowl crafted in hammered pewter. The Caddy is marked with the SOLKETS Mark which is William Hair Haseler. which could be polished to a high silvery shine if you so wished . This design is attributed to one of Archibald Knox’s, who worked with William Hair Haseler at the time, and is number 01075. The Caddy is number 0614P which is also c 1903. The teapot has a reeded handle, a wood finial, and measures approximately 5″ high (to the top of the finial) – with a great bulbous body. This is almost 9″ from the tip of the spout to the handle edge. The matching creamer and sugar have wide, thick handles and the same foot design. Featured in Millers Antique guide in the past The initials WHH are etched on the base which were the makers. W.H. Haseler, Jeweller of 8 Hylton Street- Birmingham, England. Goldsmiths, Silver smiths and jewellers, founded in 1870 by William Hair Haseler. The firm of Haseler & Co went into formal partnership with Liberty & Co when the two firms joined forces to launch the Cymric silver scheme under the title Liberty & Co (Cymric). The pewter has normal wear marks for its age. The handle on the teapot has cracked with time but is still intact. All pieces are marked. The Caddy has one ding and there are dings commensurate with age Made c 1903 Unique LIBERTY & Co. TUDRIC Pewter Tea Set & Caddy by William Hair Haseler c1903

Unique LIBERTY & Co. TUDRIC Pewter Tea Set & Caddy by William Hair Haseler c1903

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An  important  pewter tea set by Tudric of England, made for Liberty & Co c1903, designed and by William Hair Haseler..This 3 piece set features a Teapot, Creamer and Sugar  Bowl  crafted  in hammered pewter.  The Caddy is marked with the SOLKETS Mark which is  William Hair Haseler. which could be polished to a high silvery shine if you so wished . This design is attributed to one of Archibald Knox’s, who worked with William Hair Haseler at the time, and is number 01075.  The Caddy is number 0614P which is also c 1903.
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The teapot has a reeded handle, a wood finial, and measures approximately 5″ high (to the top of the finial) – with a great bulbous body. This is almost 9″ from the tip of the spout to the handle edge. The matching creamer and sugar have wide, thick handles and the same foot design.
 
Featured in Millers Antique guide in the past
 
The initials WHH are etched on the base which were the makers. W.H. Haseler, Jeweller of 8 Hylton Street- Birmingham, England. Goldsmiths, Silver smiths and jewellers, founded in 1870 by William Hair Haseler. The firm of Haseler & Co went into formal partnership with Liberty & Co when the two firms joined forces to launch the Cymric silver scheme under the title Liberty & Co (Cymric).

The pewter has normal wear marks for its age.  The handle on the teapot has cracked with time but is still intact. All pieces are marked. The Caddy has one ding and  there are dings commensurate with age Made c 1903

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