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Georgian silver teapot and stand with turned handle and finial, stamped 'Lion Passant JA and Armorial Shield'

A George III sterling silver tea urn, maker's mark Henry Chawner, London circa 1789, the amphora shaped footed urn flanked by elegant reeded handles surmounted by a fitted cover waisted and with a finial of conforming design, decorated with bright cut foli

A sterling silver teapot and sugar, octagonal sided and Bakelite handle. S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, Chester 192.4 cm. Height 16 cm. Width 19 cm. Diameter 11 cm

A Victorian sterling silver tea pot, of oval form, ebonised handle and semi fluted sides, chased detailing to top and bottom with dragon and initials crest to either side. Edward Hutton, London 1880. Height 16 cm. Width 27.5 cm. Diameter 10.5 cm

A 19th century Chinese silver teapot, of oval ribbed form, circular floral decoration and dragon head spout. Etched to base Fadh to Adw 1882. Stamped Chinese silver mark to base and handle. Height 10.5 cm

Hallmarked sterling silver bullet shaped teapot London, 1933. Weight 405 grams including timber handle

A sterling silver repousse teapot, William Hutton & Sonss, Sheffield 1912. Height 17 cm. Length 30 cm

Victorian sterling silver teapot baluster shape with bright-cut 'sthetic scroll engraving, domed cover London 1861

Thomas Robins sterling silver Regency teapot, London, 1810 with wooden handle. Height 16 cm.

George III hallmarked sterling silver teapot London C1806 maker HS. Height 15 cm

Victorian sterling silver teapot, London 1868, makers WS and GS, weight 18 oz. Troy

A Victorian sterling silver teapot and matching two handled sugar bowl London 1851 makers initials GR

Hallmarked sterling silver teapot and creamer with ebonised handle and finial, Birmingham, 1916, maker SV&S Ltd. Weight 625g. Teapot height 12 cm

A Georgian sterling silver ribbed teapot, with ivory finial and sugar bowl

Hallmarked sterling silver silver Walker & Hall hot water jug and teapot. Tallest height 23 cm. Weight 1.355kgms

Hallmarked sterling silver silver teapot London, 1833, maker WH. Height 16 cm weight 715 grams

An Edwardian sterling silver teapot, of tapered body on circular foot with Bakelite handle and finial, maker Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1909. Height 13 cm

A Victorian silver teapot, maker Daniel & John Wellby London 1887, of oval flared form with a domed hinged cover with a pineapple finial. Height 15 cm

Antique English sterling silver teapot. Persian style 'Sthetic movement with engraved classical scenes to the body and a figure of a middle-Eastern man as the finial. London, 1856

A George III sterling silver oval teapot, with vertical ribbed decoration and fruitwood finial and handle, maker Thomas Langford, London 1786. Length 24 cm

A George III sterling silver teapot of squat circular form, with raised floral scroll decoration and ebony handle, maker probably Alice & George Burrows. Hallmarked London 1813. Length 26 cm

A large and very impressive George III sterling silver lidded hot water/tea urn, the oval body with twisted scroll handles, flame finial on lid, and gadrooned borders, the base of shaped square form, with rope edge and pierced gallery border, and supported

A George III sterling silver helmet shaped teapot, with gadrooned rectangular knop finial, hinged domed cover and gadrooned edge, the body with reeded decoration, swan-neck spout, and a fruitwood handle, on four ball feet, maker Samuel Hennell. London 1810

A Continental silver half flute ivory handled bachelors tea pot complete with cauldron strainer

An early 19th century French silver-gilt two-handled tea urn, by Jacques-Henri Fauconnier Paris 1819 - 1838, raised on a square base with lion paw feet supporting the ovoid body with applied palms and anthemion and a chase band of putti at play with swans

A George IV silver-gilt Chinoiserie teapot, by Paul Storr, London 1825, the body with shaped panels heavily chased and embossed with Chinese figures and animals amongst foliage and pavilions, angled handle and spout, flat cover with further flowerheads and

A George III silver-gilt teapot, by John Emes, London 1803of squat form and raised on a circular foot, the body with applied girdle and band of chased basket weave, beaded everted rim engraved with the Royal Crown, crest and motto, the lip chased with flor

A Victorian silver teapot and two-handled sugar bowl, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1869, of rounded, oblong bellied form with shell and gadroon borders, weight 35.5oz, weight 1010gms.

I) a sterling silver teapot with rococo styled repousse and engraved decoration the upper knob - an eagle London, 1869, by William Holmes ii) a Similarly styled, sterling silver milk jug London, 1893, by Martin, hall & Co. Ltd

A good Georgian sterling silver teapot, the pot with fruitwood handle and pineapple form finial, maker Urquhart & Hall. London 1795. Sold with a matching four footed tray, maker Edward Jay. London 1792. Weight 612g. Height 19 cm

A heavy late Victorian period silver tea kettle on stand, oval section with fluted cornets and highly decorative flat chased decoration of classical floral design, the ornate stand with four lions paw feet and original spirits burner. Sheffield 1890. J Dix

A William IV sterling silver teapot maker's mark Peter & Ann Bateman, London, circa 1832, flattened cylindrical, engraved with decorative bands, conical spout, turned wooden finial and scroll handle, 478 grs. Total weight of silver. Width 29 cm.

Willliam IV hallmarked sterling silver lobed teapot with floral knob London C1830 maker 'Cg' weight 425g

Maker's mark G.R. (George Roberts?) teapot sterling silver Bachelor's teapot maker's mark G.H. Sheffield, 1906

Teapot sterling silver Bachelor's teapot maker's mark C.B. London, 1901

An Edwardian sterling silver teapot, maker's mark W. B. Ld, Birmingham 1920 ovoid, with an ebonised handle. Width 22 cm; together with a Continental silver mounted glass jar.

A Victorian sterling silver tea pot by John Round & Sons, Sheffield 1878, embossed with floral fruit and scroll cartouche, the lid with eagle finial, the spout embellished with scroll and satire mask terminating in an eagle moulded spout. Height 20 cm

Antique sterling tea pot by Edward John & William Barnard, London 1846

Victorian hallmarked sterling silver teapot. Sheffield 1880, maker 'Hs.' engraved design, (finial and handle A/F) height 11 cm (total)

Edwardian hallmarked sterling silver teapot. Chester 1903, maker's name rubbed. Scalloped edge on three feet (1 bent) height 13 cm

Sterling silver tea kettle, stand and Underburner. Embossed floral decoration. Marked 'Sterling.' Monogrammed. Height 32 cm (handle down)

A George III sterling silver teapot the facetted walls decorated with a ribbon border below the rim, and an engraved decorative border to the lower body, the hinged and domed oval lid with an oval wood and silver finial. London 1788, maker Robt salmon. Not

Sterling silver 'Batchelors' teapot with half reeded body, ebony handle and finial on four ball feet. Sheffield 1891, maker Martin Hall & Co.

William IV heavily embossed Irish sterling silver tea pot. Dublin, 1832. Maker: Edward power. Weight 980gms.

Antique English sterling silver teapot. Shaped body with hinged lid and floral handle.