Tiffany Sterling Coffee/Tea Service. Eight piece set similar to the Hamilton pattern including: coffee pot, 10 1/4"h., chocolate pot, 9 3/4"h., tea pot, 7 1/4"h., kettle stand with burner, 13 1/2"h., covered sugar, 6 1/4"h., creamer, 4 3/4"h., waste bowl, 4"h. and tray, 27 1/2"w. 331 oz.t. The pattern number 16645D indicates a starting production date of 1906-1907. The "M" in the hallmark indicates production under the directorship of John C. Moore who, along with his son, was a late 19th century silver maker who joined the firm. This set was owned by John and Marian Judd who founded the Judd-Detweiler Printing Co. A major printer in Washington DC in the late 19th to early 20th century. Printing National Geographic Magazine and proceedings for Congress and The Supreme Court. In later years Mr. Judd was a significant influence on the creation of the National Park Foundation. The Judd's son was George Judd who founded the Lee County Cooperative here in Florida. The handles with collars are slightly loose, other wise all pieces in excellent condition.
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