Stieff Pewter Williamsburg Tea Set With Hallmark by Kirk Stieff ~ 1950's

Mid Century Stieff Pewter Williamsburg Tea Set w/ Hallmark by Kirk Stieff ~1950's

Sale price $95.50 Regular price $150.00


Product Description:  Pewter was very popular in American Colonial life during the 17th and 18th centuries.  During the mid-century, Stieff Company created a very fine pewter line which replicated those colonial pieces.  This stunning, vintage Stieff Pewter Tea (or coffee) Set is a fine example of one of their exquisite reproductions of the original manufactured for Colonial Williamsburg.  Each piece is hallmarked Williamsburg Restoration along with the CW incised mark and the Stieff name. The tea pot features gorgeous wood handles and wooden ring on finial.  The footed sugar bowl and cream pitcher offer elegantly designed handles and feet.  A beautiful collectible that may be polished or kept as-is for the originality.

Circa:  1950's

Tea Pot - CW 80,  2 1/4" pts.  8 1/4" tall
Open Sugar Bowl - CW 82, Small 2 3/4" tall
Cream Pitcher - CW 81, Small 1/4 pt. 3 1/4" tall

Product Weight:  2 pounds 12 ounces

Material: Pewter

Maker:  The Stieff Company

Markings:  Tea Pot:  Williamsburg Stieff Pewter, Williamsburg Reproduction, CW80 Y (underneath), Sugar Bowl:  Stieff Pewter, Williamsburg Reproduction CW82-W, Cream Pitcher:  Stieff Pewter, Williamsburg Reproduction, CW81-W

Color: Silver with patina

Condition: Previously owned - used.  Fair-Good condition.  On the tea pot above a the feet are 2 creases in the pewter (as shown).  Light to moderate patina on each piece.  

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