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A fine George III sterling silver teapot, Robert Hennell and Samuel Hennell, London 1810 of oblong form with part gadrooned sides on bun feet 743 grms

George III sterling silver teapot of quatrefoil outline, the whole engraved with Chinoiserie decoration, London 1815 maker Ws

Sterling silver teapot hallmarked Sheffield 1909, 272gms.

A sterling silver teapot, 1912 Sheffield, with maker's marks for John & William Deakin, of pleasing proportions, an Adams inspired boat-shaped teapot, the lower half gadrooned, the hinged lid conforming and surmounted by a complementary finial, wit

Edward VII silver teapot and sugar bowl. Birmingham 1909. 94gm.

Classic sterling silver tea pot, Birmingham 1953, together with a sterling silver sherry decanter label

Antique Georgian sterling silver tea pot by Richard Chawner, London 1801

Edwardian sterling silver teapot hallmarked London 1907. Marked Olivant & Botsford Manchester.

An English sterling silver teapot, 1855, London, with maker's mark of Edward & John Barnard, a beautiful ovoid pot upon a slightly spreading foot, a 'C' scroll handle with ivory insulators, and a scrolled hinge to the lid with an acorn fini

A sterling silver teapot and sugar basin, 1909, Birmingham with maker's mark for Williams Birmingham Ltd, of slightly waisted and compressed oval form, a dished boat shaped top and an oval lid with conforming finial, a 'C' scroll ebony handle a

A Continental silver teapot, baluster form, twist-fluted and engraved with leaf scrolls; possibly Le Mans. Wt (all in) 800g

A late-Victorian Scottish silver teapot, oval, half-fluted, with ebony handle and finial; Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1900. Wt (all in) 400g

A fine Georgian sterling silver teapot on stand. the straight sided rectangular body with concave cantered corners and punched borders, fruitwood handle and ivory finial. Together with a matching tray stand. London, 1790.

Elkington & Co., London 1907 sterling silver Arts & Crafts teapot, sugar and creamer, teapot with ebony finial and handle, hand hammered, each raised on three cabriole feet (3)

A small Victorian silver teapot, C.F, Sheffield 1872 in the George III style with all-over engraved pattern, together with another small early 20th century silver teapot, E.B London 1938, height height 13 cm & 11 cm, weight 267oz, weight 769gms. (2)

A Regency silver teapot, Paul Storr, London 1822 of compressed circular form with half-fluted sides, gadroon border and circular foot, wooden handle and a flower finial, stylised griffin crest to one side, height 15 cm, weight 29.9oz, weight 850gms

An early Victorian sterling silver Compressed melon shaped teapot with ornate scroll handle and skirted base. The lid with flower form finial. Sheffield, 1838. Weight 704g. Length 28 cm

Sterling silver teapot, hallmarked Birmingham 1904, by Alexander Clark, 25 cm wide

Georgian silver teapot, George IV London 1827, weight 600grams

Hallmarked sterling silver teapot with an ebonised handle. London, 1910, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd. Height 14 cm. Weight including handle - 735g

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

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