This creamer and sugar are an obvious pair; they both have the same heraldic symbol. The difference is in the marks. The creamer has the mark of Daniel and Charles Houle, London 1877. The sugar bowl has an illegible maker's mark (W and a second letter which may be I, P or T?). The year mark is 1802. I understand that some silver was made to order and maybe the creamer was made at a later date to match the sugar bowl but it still seems strange that these 2 pieces were made 75 years apart. Am I missing something? Thanks again!