Repousse High Relief Schofield 4-Piece Sterling Silver Tea/Coffee Set
This beautiful service in high relief repousse sterling silver by Schofield includes 4 pieces. The coffee pot measures 10 1/2'' in width and 12 2/3'' in height. The tea pot measures 10 1/2'' in width and 11'' in height. The creamer measures 8'' in height and 6'' in width. The open sugar measures 5 1/2'' in height and 5'' in width. Gross weight is 84.6 ozt. Hallmarked as shown.
The Schofield Company (1903–1977) also known as the Baltimore Silversmiths Manufacturing Company was a Baltimore area silver company, whose best known pattern was Baltimore Rose. Frank M. Schofield was born in 1873 and was the great-great-grandson of John Schofield, an English Silversmith in London 1740–1772. In 1891, at the age of 18, Frank Schofield started an apprenticeship at The Gorham Mfg. Co. in Providence. Schofield had a thriving silver business, buying the Baltimore-based silver brand Jenkins & Jenkins in 1915.
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