|Object Name||Sugar & Creamer|
Sugar and Creamer
(b) Creamer; Metal (silver); Tarnished; 13.8 cm L by 7.1 W by 11.2 H
Second image of complete service.
Original museum documentation states that this sugar and creamer (and the other items in this accession) were handed down through the generations from Mrs. Cooper's great-grandparents - from about the 18th century [1800s?] The collection was brought from England to Canada by Mrs. Cooper's parents. The hallmark plate - knives and forks are King and Queen pattern. When the design is on both sides. The six large serving spoons are called Prince's plate.
The silverware is CM 1174 - CM 1205. Other pieces in the collection are CM 567 - CM 568 - CM 578 - CM 584 - CM 585 - CM 586 - CM 596 - CM 602 - CM 622 - CM 637 - CM 640 - CM 690 - CM 715 - CM 716.