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A George IV sterling silver fluted squat tea pot by Barnard Brothers, London 1828 with embossed floral decoration and flower finial, 28 cm long, 870 grams

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Bachelor teapot having a round body with hand-chased curved half fluting, with a band of hand-engraved gadrooned raised decoration, a dragon & fleur de lis cartouche, a pie crust edge cape border, wooden ins

English hallmarked sterling silver George V teapot having an oval body with hand-chased half fluting, a wooden insulated handle, a hinged domed lid with wooden finial, & all sitting on a collet foot. Birmingham, 1911, maker mark rubbed. Condition: good

A sterling silver teapot, 1900 Birmingham, with maker's mark for W J Rogers, the neoclassical boat shaped teapot with a gadrooned lower body and similar decoration to the lid and spout, with an ebonised bracket handle and lobed finial; hallmarked to th

A sterling silver teapot, 1912 Chester, with rubbed maker's mark for Nathan & Hayes, of neoclassical inspiration having a boat shaped body with fluted and cushion profile bands to the upper body, a small domed lid with an ebonised finial and a '

A Georgian style sterling silver teapot 1942 Sheffield, by Walker & Hall. Height 17.5 cm. Total. Weight 795gms

English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII teapot having a domed hinged lid, & decorated with raised floral detail. Birmingham, 1902, maker Williams Birmingham Ltd. Condition fair, slightly loose hinge & handle, some tarnishing. Length 28.5 cm.

A sterling silver teapot, S Blanckensee & Sons Birmingham 1978, 409 grams

A sterling silver teapot and coffee pot early to mid 20th Cent., Adie Brothers Ltd., Birmingham. Heights 15 cm & 18.5 cm, total weight 1128gms

A fine Georgian sterling silver teapot, 1804 London, with maker's mark for Paul Storr, of elegant and restrained neoclassical design, the low oval teapot with a waisted collar and recessed lid with a bursting fruit finial, decorated with guilloche, mesh an

A fine sterling silver Adams style pedestal teapot, 1911 Sheffield, with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons, elegant and restrained, the tapering ovoid body with a convex collar and domed lid with pine cone finial, a timber 'C' scroll handle with an acan

A large Victorian sterling silver pedestal teapot, 1864 London, with maker's marks for probably William hunter, the large ovoid teapot of rococo revival styling with a domed lid and lobed finial, an applied shell and scroll rim, embossed and chased to

Sterling silver teapot & hot water pot, hallmarked Birmingham 1926/27 (William Devenport), 17 cm & 22 cm high, 1345 grams approx

Ornate sterling silver teapot, hallmarked London 1901, with Bakelite handle and lid top

Sterling silver teapot, London 1799 George III, approx. 13 oz. troy (allowing for handle and finial)

George iii sterling silver large tea pot with ivory finial, claw feet marked London, HN, 1807, 765g *NB two bruises to body

A George V sterling silver teapot and milk jug by Henry Charles Dewar, Birmingham 1910, the teapot 24 cm long, 345 grams total weight

A German sterling silver fluted teapot and hot water pot by Wilhelm Binder, Schwäbisch Gmünd, circa 1900, the teapot 27 cm long, 770 grams total weight

A George III sterling silver oval teapot by Christian Ker & David Reid, Newcastle 1807, 30 cm long, 720 grams

A George III sterling silver teapot, 1806 London, with maker's marks for Alexander field, of typical compressed and waisted boat shape form with a pagoda dome lid, decorated with various bright cut and prick worked borders, having key fret and engraved

English hallmarked sterling silver George IV teapot having a baluster body with hand-chased half fluting, two heart shaped cartouches with one monogrammed 'Gj', an applied gadroon & shell border, reeded insulated handle with acanthus thumb rest

English hallmarked sterling silver George IV Bachelor teapot having a plain round body with straight tapering sides, a hinged lid, with a timber handle, marks rubbed. London, 1823, maker possibly Paul Storr. Condition: good, minor dents consistant with age

A magnificent George II sterling silver tea urn by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharpe, London, 1763, two handled baluster shape, the detachable lid with floral finial, spiral fluted body decorated with florals, rococco scrolls and engraved cartouche, the spout w

George IV sterling silver teapot & milk jug squat melon shaped shape, flower and leaf finial, with panels of florals and cartouche, acanthus topped handle on 4 floral cast scroll feet, London,1826 and 1828, makers, Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard

George IV sterling silver teapot squat circular shape, flower and leaf finial, floral and scroll cast rim, embossed floral and cartouche decoration, scroll handle with acanthus leaf thumbpiece, London, 1825, maker, Thomas death

George IV sterling silver teapot squat circular faceted design, floral and leaf finial, gadrooned rim, acanthus topped handle and spout on 4 shell and scroll feet, London, 1824, maker, James Arthur

William IV sterling silver teapot lobed circular shape with floral and cartouche panels, the lid with floral and leaf finial, acanthus topped handle and spout on shaped circular foot, London, 1832, maker, Edward Barton

George IV sterling silver teapot melon shape with a wide band of leaves and small flowerheads, acanthus scroll handles on 4 shell and scroll feet, London, 1826 & 27, makers Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard

George III sterling silver teapot plain oval shape, straight spout, all-over bright cut engraving, London, 1803, maker Solomon Hougham

George III sterling silver teapot squat melon shape, on 4 shell and scroll feet, Newcastle, 1806, makers, Christian & David Reid

George III sterling silver teapot oval part fluted and banded form on 4 ball feet, London, 1815, makers Alice & George Burrows

George III Irish sterling silver teapot plain circular baluster shape, Dublin, 1813, maker James Le bas

George III sterling silver teapot squat circular baluster form, with shell and gadrooned rim, on 4 ball feet, London, 1809, maker Samuel Hennell

George III sterling silver teapot oval fluted shape with straight spout, engraved bright cut decoration, London, 1790, maker John Deacon

Exceptionally rare William & Mary sterling silver bullet teapot of small proportions, the hinged lid engraved with 4 demi-lune fans, bright cut diaper and scroll decoration to the shoulders, the flattened straight spout with 3 initials, on circular foo

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian tea pot & hot water pot with hinged lids & squat form finials, decorated with etched shell bands, & a shell form central cartouche & insulated handles. London, 1876, maker Martin, Hall & Co. Condition, good to f

English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII teapot with a hinged dome lid, gadrooned detail, ebony handle & finial. Birmingham, 1901, maker Joseph Gloster Ltd. Condition, good, loose hinge & handle, height, 12 cm, weight including handle, 257g

William IV sterling silver teapot, London 1834, approx. 22 oz. troy

Edwardian sterling silver bachelor teapot hallmarked London 1905, 12 cm high, 255 grams approx.

An Art Deco sterling silver teapot 1932 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Viner's Ltd. Of octagonal oval form, with a conforming low domed lid, an ebonised oval finial and an ebony square section triangular handle, raised on curvaceous trifid feet;

An elegant boat shaped silver teapot 1908/9 Chester, with maker's mark for Nathan & Hayes. Of tiered and fluted form with a shaped domed lid and timber finial, a cast shell and gadrooned rim, a repeat sausage border to body and raised on four squas

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