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A small Victorian sterling silver teapot with engraved floral decoration and half fluted body. Mappin Bros, Sheffield 1895. Weight: 326g. Length 230 mm

Georgian hallmarked sterling silver teapot, London, 1818, four ball feet, ivory inserts and leaf mount to handle. Height 16 cm. Width 644g

A Victorian silver teapot matching above. London 1867. Weight 826gms

A Victorian silver teapot, the ovoid body with restrained scroll carved vacant cartouche, the domed lid with urn finial, ring footed base, ivory heat rings. London 1867 by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co. Weight 651gms

A fine Scottish sterling silver tea pot by Elder & Co, Edinburgh, 1832. 883 grms

Sterling silver teapot and matching coffee pot, London 1954

Edwardian sterling silver teapot maker Stewart Dawson. Chester, 1914. Weight 351g

Smith and Hayter, London, 1801 George III sterling silver tea pot bulbous panel body with bright cut decoration, wooden handle and finial. Height 16 cm weight 484 grams

William Hunt, London 1822 George IV sterling silver bachelors teapot profusely decorated with flowers and scrolls, chinaman finial. Weight 439 grams

J. Sherwood & Son's, Birmingham, 1904 sterling silver teapot plain body, shaped top on four claw feet, ebony finial and handle. Height 13 cm weight 440 grams

Georgian sterling silver teapot, of oval form with fruitwood handle and matching turned final, engraved with a trailing floral band and floral wreath, London 1799 by John Mewburn, together with a matching stand raised on four feet

A Victorian sterling silver teapot with brightcut floral decoration and engraved cartouche. James Tapley, London 1851. Weight: 680g. Height 13.5 cm

A Georgian sterling silver oval teapot with bright cutting and raised and fluted decoration, urn finial. Charles Aldridge, London 1799. Weight 616g. Width 28.5 cm

William IV silver teapot, London 1836 makers JA&IA, approx weight 20oz troy

A fine and heavy gauge George IV sterling silver teapot, London 1808, by Paul Storr. 31 cm wide, 16 cm high

Sterling silver tea urn, Memorial of Gratitude, London 1780 (A/F)

Sterling silver teapot, Robert Hennell, London 1824 (A/F)

A George V silver teapot by ES Barnsley & Co, Birmingham 1912, with cut stylised leaf rim decorations, 16 cm high, 557gms

A Victorian silver tea pot and coffee pot by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1900. Each waisted body with horn handle, engraved crest and acrylic ball finial, 25 cm high, 1465gms. (2)

A Chinese export silver tea kettle on stand and burner, by wing Nam & Co, 65 Queens Road, Hong Kong, circa 1900, the body embossed with chrysanthemums with bamboo swing handle and raised on a bamboo stand 30 cm 1070gms

Sterling silver teapot, hallmarked Rebecca Eames and E Barnard London, ivory finial and ebony handle, London 1812

Sterling silver hallmarked lidded tea urn with horn handle, circa 1783, maker IW and WT

An Australian silver teapot by William Drummond & Co, Melbourne, circa 1880, the oval body with band of bright cut decoration and initials, domed cover with knopped finial, the base engraved 'To MHG From JHC 29th May 1884' and marked 'W.D & Co/Sterling Sil

George III sterling silver teapot. London 1802, with makers mark. Height 17.5 cm. weight: 487 grams

Sterling silver teapot, London, 1811 maker A.F. Engraved with two birds on spout with an embossed shell on handle and borders of foliate all over. Weight 650g

A George IV silver pedestal teapot, George hunter London 1820, the boat-shaped body with repousse and chased bands of flowers fitted with a scrolled handle with cast floral thumg tab and reeded spout, raised on a waisted pedestal on a stepped rectangular b

A Chinese export silver tea pot, the lobed body engraved and with birds amongst foliage, domed cover with diamond finial, 14 cm high, 380gms (12.2oz)

An Irish William IV squat silver teapot, by Edward Power and Edward Twycross, Dublin 1834, the body embossed with panels of flowers, raised on four ivy leaf feet, domed cover with floral bun finial, 32 cm high, 930 gms (30oz)

An Edward VII silver tea kettle, stand and burner, by Barker Brothers, Chester, 1917, with partly fluted body and gadrooned and leaf rim, the stand raised on three leaf capped legs and shell pad feet, 33 cm high, 1500gms(48.3ozs). Provenance: Shepherds Mar

A Victorian silver ovoid teapot, by James and Nathaniel Creswick, London 1852, with engraved floral scroll decoration, domed cover with melon finial, 19 cm high, 759gms (24oz)

Sterling silver teapot, London 1804, R & S Hennell

A Georgian sterling silver tea urn with ivory tap, English, circa 1780, approximately 39 cm high

Hallmarked sterling silver Georgian teapot and a coffee pot melon shaped teapot London, 1825, maker John James Keith. Height 13 cm. Weight 690g coffee pot of rococo style inscribed to base 'The Countess of Penbroke to J.F.A April 25th 1828' with several co

A Victorian sterling silver melon shaped teapot with scroll spout and handle. the lid with eagle finial, raised scroll leaf decoration. Marks London 1852. Maker B.P. Height 23.5 cm

A fine Georgian sterling silver teapot and coffee pot a waisted baluster body with gadrooned borders, floral engraving with raised leaf-shaped panels. Domed lids with ivory handles and finials. Marks: London 1805. Weight 1.6kg. Height 23 cm

A German Art Deco 830 silver tea pot, gottlieb Kurz, Schw§bisch Gm¦nd, first quarter 20th century, of circular bombe firm with a hinged cover, the finial and loop handle in rosewood. Height 17 cm. Total weight 780gr.

Georgian sterling silver tea pot and matching jug with unusual pierced rim