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English hallmarked sterling silver George V teapot having a round plain baluster shaped body with an applied cape border sitting on four cast applied feet with a timber handle & finial. Sheffield, 1911, maker Walker & Hall. Condition good, minor tarnishing

English hallmarked sterling silver George III teapot having a half-fluted body with gadrooned edges sitting on a collet foot base. London, 1807, maker John W story. Condition good, minor age related wear, small dent to the lid, slightly loose handle length

English hallmarked sterling silver George III teapot having a round body with exaggerated hand-chased half-fluting, a band of etched foliated detail, sitting on a pedestal foot. London, 1816, maker Solomon Hougham. Condition good to fair, some dents & tarn

A George IV sterling silver oblong teapot by William Bateman, London, 1822, 29 cm long 715grams

A George III sterling silver oblong teapot by John Bridge, London, 1813, 27 cm long 620grams

George III sterling silver teapot melon shaped, the lid with acorn and leaf finial, embossed floral panels, single cartouche, London 1812

George III hallmarked sterling silver Irish tea pot. Dublin 1805, maker Robert O' Shaughnessy. Wood handle & knop. Monogrammed. Wt.717g height 14 cm

Sterling silver teapot hallmarked Sheffield 1924, maker Atkin brothers, 678grams approx

An Irish 'Bullet' teapot in the style of George I, 1917 Dublin, with maker's marks for Wakely & Wheeler, the globular teapot raised on a waisted and stepped foot, having a straight faceted spout with a reeded rim, a fruitwood handle with a thumb spur and a

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian tea & coffee pot having detail foliate raised design & ivory finials. Birmingham, 1888, maker Elkington & Co. Condition good, minor age related wear & tarnishing. Height of teapot 24 cm. Weight including finials

A George III sterling teapot, standing on four scrolled feet with vine leaf finial, 18 x 29 cm, 741g

A Victorian silver teapot, of compressed pear shape, heavily embossed with florals, the dome lid with floral finial and the scroll handle with acanthus capping. London 1856 by Daniel & Charles Houle. 835gms.

A William IV silver teapot, fluted squat circular shape with foliate cast rim, acanthus capped spout and scroll handle raised on acanthus scroll feet. London 1832 by the Barnards. 905gms.

A George III silver teapot, of octtagonal faceted can form with hexagonal section spout; bright-cut bands; Godbehere & Wigan, London 1789. Weight (all in) approx 340g.

A Batchelor teapot, stamped sterling silver

George V sterling silver teapot hallmarked Sheffield 1922, 17 cm high approx., weight 727g approx.

A George IV sterling silver floral teapot by William Eley II London 1824. 14 cm high, approx. 900grams

A small Georgian sterling silver tea pot, Edward, Edward Jun, John and William Barnard, London, circa 1836/1837 round and tapering with rubbed engraved decoration, some damage to handle, total weight of silver 426grs, 11 cm high

Antique English Regency sterling silver teapot, rubbed marks, of boat shape, standing on ball feet, approx 491 grams and approx 14 cm high

An Edwardian silver bachelor's teapot, plain oval form on four bun feet, rope edge decoration to rim, ebonite handle and knop to lid. Weight 264gms. Birmingham 1909

A silver teapot and stand, Italian, circa 1820. 15 cm high, 30 cm long and stand 24 cm long

A large silver footed teapot of scalloped design by Joseph Angell I & John Angell II, London, 1836

An Austrian silver teapot. Purchased Kozminsky Gallery 1966

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian teapot having an oval body with hand-chased half fluting, an insulated handle, a hinged domed lid with bone finial, sitting on a collet foot. Sheffield, 1896, maker John round & Son Ltd condition good, minor tar

A William IV sterling silver coffee pot together with a sterling silver tea pot, Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, Glasgow, 1834 and London, 1824 the coffee pot of faceted baluster form, with repousse floral swags and festoons, a scrolling handle, surmounte

George III silver teapot. Maker: Hester Bateman London 1786. 363 grams

Georgian sterling silver oval teapot 1785 London 428 grams. Maker DS & RS (Dave Smith & Robert Sharp)

A sterling silver teapot and sugar bowl, 1906, hallmarked Birmingham teapot height 11 cm. Total weight 539grams

i) an Edwardian sterling silver teapot, 1906, hallmarked Birmingham. Height 15 cm, total weight 670grams; ii) an American sterling silver coffee pot, c.1900, stamped 'Sterling' with makers mark. Height 22.5 cm, weight 450grams

Sterling silver teapot 19th century, hallmarked Chester, year mark over stamped, 735gms approx, 30cm long spout to handle

A George III Irish silver teapot by Robert Breading Clarke and West, Dublin 1803. Of oval form with chassed and bright cut foliate and floral banding and central laurel cartouche with half lion rampant, ivory finial and handle, 599 grams.

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian teapot having a round body of melon form with four panels of pheasants, a hinged dome lid with a cast pheasant figure finial, sitting on four scrolled feet. London, 1842, maker William hunter, condition good, mi

English hallmarked sterling silver George III teapot of squat melon-form lobed form, with raised all over floral patterns, an acorn type finial on a dome hinged lid with a band of hand-chased floral detail. The spout modelled as a swan with a figurehead of

A Georgian silver teapot by William Bennett, London, 1797

Victorian Silver teapot, hallmarked Sheffield 1894, Walker & Hall, 498gms

Victorian sterling silver teapot, hallmarked London 1888, maker Martin, Hall & Co (Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall), 26 cm wide, 630 grams approx

An Edwardian sterling silver teapot. 1904 Sheffield, with maker's mark for William Mammatt & Son, the boat shaped teapot with a flattened collar and a domed hinged lid, with four fluted motifs of graduating width flowing from the lid to the base, with a cu

A sterling silver teapot, early 20th century, Canadian, with maker's stamp for Birks. Of classical Adams design, the slightly bulbous boat shaped pot having broad bands to the upper body and base, with a curved spout, an oval domed lid, a timber bracket ha

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