Tea Pot

Milk Jug, Stand with Tumblers, and Toast Rack designed by Dr. Christopher Dresser, 1834-1904, for various firms.

(b) Milk Jug. Silver and parcel gilt, designed for Elkington & Co. 2 1/4 inches high. Marked "E. E. Birmingham 1886, Elkington & Co. Rd 22865" and "No. 16678."

(c) Stand with Six Tumblers. The stand electroplated. fitted with suix clear glass tumblers, each with a wheel-engraved border, made for Huskin and Heath. 6 1/2 inches high. Marked "Designed by Dr. C. Dresser H & H 2328."

(d) Toast Rack. Electroplated, made by Huskin and Heath. 5 1/4 inches high. Marked " H & H 1987 Designed by Dr. C. Dresser" and registration stamp for October 1878.

References

Spring '84. Exhibition catalogue. London: Fine Art Society, 1984.

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