A George III antique silver three-piece oval tea set with reeded lower bodies, gadroon edging, scroll and shell-capped angular handles on bun feet, makers mark C.P. for Charles Price, London 1816. The teapot 30cm long, with dent on spout (see photo) clearly hallmarked on the base with fully marked lid and finial, but with replacement ivory insulated handle, makers mark G.R.C. for G.R.Collis and Co, London circa 1840. The two-handled sugar basin clearly hallmarked under the rim, the milk jug with discernible worn marks under the lip, but with handle detached wear it should attach to the base, 1300gms 41.8ozt, gross weight.