A leather-cased travelling tea-set for two persons, circa 1905

Summary

  • Type 
    Travel Goods & Luggage
  • Lot number 
    84
  • Location

Description

A leather-cased travelling tea-set for two persons, circa 1905, possibly by Watt & Sons of Edinburgh, brown pigskin case with carrying strap with buckle, nickelled lock and catch, the lid and fall-front opening to compartmentalised dark blue velvet lined interior, fitted with wicker-handled kettle with decorative design, with accompanying stand and burner, twin handled sugar bowl, milk jug, small glass milk bottle, compact tea caddy, and two gilt-handled bone china teacups, with saucers housed behind leather straps in the fall front and spoons and sugar tongs housed in the lid, the case 30cm wide.