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Scottish hallmarked sterling silver William IV teapot with etched detail. Edinburgh, 1835, maker James McKay height 18 cm weight 721g

French silver Napoleon III bachelor's teapot of reeded form with an ebony handle & engraved to the base 'Souvenir de Bonne Maman15 gbre 1830-1900 Mm'. Height 12.5 cm weight including handle 333g

A William IV sterling silver teapot Joseph & John Angell I London 1832. Height 10 cm. Width 23.5 cm

A George III sterling silver tea or hot water urn, circa 1768 London, with rubbed maker's marks, the bead edge baluster shaped urn with beaded lug handles and a Scottish type timber insert insulator to the detachable pedestal foot, an ivory spigot handle a

A Georgian Irish sterling silver teapot, 1832 Dublin, with maker's mark for Edward power, of compressed and lobed form, repousse decorated throughout in the rococo revival manner with foliate designs, an embellished 'C' scroll handle with ivory insulators

George III sterling silver teapot circular shape embossed with floral and cartouche, the hinged lid with floral finial, on shell and scroll feet, London, 1794

English sterling silver teapot by Martin, Hall & Co. Sheffield c1900. 600+ grams

A George III silver oval teapot, lobed panelled body with fine engraved banded detail including floral swags and leaf scrolls, the domed lid with concealed hinge. London 1797 by Solomon Hougham. Weight 480gms.

A French silver teapot, early 20th century, with rubbed Minerva and maker's marks, the ovoid pot with a tapering neck, having a low domed lid with a beaded edge, the finial conforming, a slender fluted and foliate spout and an Empire style bracket timber h

A Walker & Hall silver tea kettle on stand with burner in the George IV manner. Sheffield 1918. Height 31 cm. Total weight 1.69kgs

Art Deco sterling silver teapot, Birmingham 1926, CSG & Co, approximately 18 oz troy

An early Victorian silver teapot and sugar basin, profusely embossed, on cast feet; Charles fox, London 1840. (2) teapot height 21 cm. Total weight approx 1523g

A small Victorian silver teapot with half fluted body, and ebony finial and handle. Sheffield, 1900. Weight 248g. Width 21 cm

A William IV silver teapot, squat circular shape raised on four anthemion moulded feet, scroll handle with ivory heat rings, hinged lid with cast floral finial. London 1833 by Barnard Bros. Weight 800gms

Attributed to John Robins, London 1793 neo classical silver sugar bowl of hemispherical form with reeded rim above a band of foliate engraving, two rams head and ring handles, the plain lower body engraved with the initials '(?) RJR', on four reeded legs t

Indian silver teapot with an elephant figure finial, a Hindu deity handle and decorated with scenes of frolicking dogs on an all over floral ground. Unmarked but tested and holds for silver. Height 16 cm, weight 874g

A George V silver teapot, Birmingham 1926 and an Edwardian silver dish in the Art Nouveau style, Birmingham 1908

George III hallmarked sterling silver teapot. London 1820, makers William Burwash & Richard Sibley. Reeded design. Height 13 cm. Width 700g

George III hallmarked sterling silver teapot. Hallmarked London 1799. Maker Alexander field. Acorn finial; monogrammed; cartouche with tree emblem. Height 17 cm. Weight 549g (including Handle)

George II sterling silver teapot, London c1793 with inscription on base 'General Cavendish Lister 1st Life Guards, Born 1732. Lady Katherine Edith Baker Great Grand Daughter of General Lister, Born 1846'. Weight 420 grams

A bright cut sterling silver teapot with ebonised handle and ivory finial, Maker R.H, London, early 19th century, 13 cm high

A French .950 silver teapot and milk jug, late 19th century, with Minerva 1 to both, unclear maker's mark to teapot, the teapot of compressed form with a broad neck and domed lid with fruit finial, having a fluted spiral design with a foliate scroll handle

A sterling silver teapot, creamer and sugar bowl, 1933 Birmingham, with maker's marks for J.W Tiptaft & Son Ltd, all pieces of bowl form with a stepped circular base, the creamer and bowl with foliate scroll handles, the teapot with a stepped collar, domed

Victorian sterling silver teapot by Elkington & Co part fluted oval shape Birmingham 1883

George III sterling silver circular teapot all-over embossed decoration of florals, scrolls and cartouches with a fluted base, London 1819

George IV Irish sterling silver teapot squat circular lobed shape, the spout with shell and acanthus decoration Dublin 1827, maker W Nowlan

George III sterling silver teapot of plain oval baluster form, the domed lid with carved pineapple finial, London 1797, maker Andrew Fogleburg

Victorian sterling silver teapot of oval part fluted form, London 1881

A Cartier sterling silver coffee pot matching the above teapot in design. Ebony handle and ball finial. Weight 436g. Height 20 cm

A late-Victorian silver teapot, oblong, embossed and chased with garlands and with gadroon rim, ebony handle and finial, John round, Sheffield 1900. Weight (all in) approx 575g.

A collection of silver including; two trays, a teapot, a coffee pot and two sugar bowls

English hallmarked sterling silver Regency teapot with an ivory finial. London, 1820, maker Charles fox I length 29 cm. Weight including finial 690g

Original French Art Deco silver tea pot, of angular design, wooden handles, impressed mark to base

A George IV silver teapot. Maker John Cope Folkard. London 1822. Globular form, with a band of fluting and a wooden handle. 10 cm high. 548gm.

A Victorian silver teapot. Maker Walter & John Barnard. London 1890. Baluster form with pineapple finial, with chased decoration. 18 cm high. 653gm.

An Art Deco sterling silver tea pot with a ebony handle by James Dixon & Son of Sheffield 1933. 661 overall gram weight

English hallmarked sterling silver Edwardian teapot with floral embossing and ebony timber handle and finial. The hinge on the lid has been temporarily restored. Birmingham, 1903, maker John Hines. Length 31 cm. Weight including handle and finial 792g

English hallmarked sterling silver George IV teapot with etched floral design on four ball feet. London, 1830, maker Henry Nutting. Length 28 cm. Weight 652g

A George IV silver teapot, squat circular shape, raised on conforming foot with serpentine outline, the body, foot and dome lid heavily embossed with floral panels, the lid surmounted by a rose bloom finial, the acanthus capped handle with ivory heat rings

Antique silver teapot, stamped 875, with gilded interior, 485gms,17 cm high