Weight 66.00 troy ounces.
A four piece silver tea set of football importance,presented to Stanley Matthews, H Pidduck & Sons Sheffield, 1932, of ovoid shape, the rims inset with geometric forms, each piece inscribed with an S M monogram, the teapot inscribed with the Stoke City arms, and the dedication ‘Presented by Stoke City Football Club to their player S Matthews in recognition of his creating a record of 44 appearances for England which he established when playing against Belgium on January 19th 1946’, comprising teapot, hot water jug, sugar bowl and milk jug.
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