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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

Hallmarked sterling silver Walker & Hall teapot with ebonised timber handles. Birmingham, 1901. Height 12.5 cm. Weight 260g

A fine Victorian sterling silver tea pot, London 1862 maker W. H of melon form with acorn finial, embellished with chased scroll plain cartouche, 826 grms

A William IV silver teapot and matching sugar bowl, compressed spherical plain bodies, the teapot lid with flower and leaf sculpted finial, 'S' scroll handles, cast decorative scroll and bead legs, ivory heat rings to the teapot handle. London 1836 by Will

A Victorian sterling silver tea pot, samuel Hayne and Dudley Cater, London, 1856/7, numbered 7862, in a hybrid rococo Moorish manner, octagonal on a spreading foot, the sides with raised panels alternately blank and chased with figures, one with a couped g

Georgian sterling silver teapot (AF) lid hallmarked London 1820. Length 27 cm. Weight 655gm

Hallmarked sterling silver teapot with embossed details, some damage, London, 1827, maker LW. Height 10.5 cm. Weight 500g

A George III sterling silver tea pot, henry Chawner, London, 1792/3 of straight-sided lobed oval outline with hinged cover and straight tapering spout, boxwood handle and finial, bands of delicately-chased decoration to the upper and lower edges and cover

A George II silver tea kettle on stand, Thomas Mason, London 1734 the globular body with gadrooned border and cane work handle, circular stand on three scrolled legs with shell feet 1535GMS, 30 cm high

A Britannia standard silver teapot, Paul de Lamerie, London 1719 of baluster form, the hinged dome cover, wooden handle and ribbed spout with armorials to front and reverse 423GMS, 16 cm high

Neo classical silver tea pot of hemispherical form, on four legs connected to a shaped rectangular stand with two rams head and ring handles, a hinged cover and a looped wooden handle, possibly John Robbins London 1793. Height 18 cm. Weight 735 grams all u

A Chinese export silver tea service, Luen Wo, Shanghai, late 19th/early 20th century, a tea pot with hinged cover, a double-handled sugar basin, and a milk jug, each piece of faceted bombé form, the handles and finial modelled as curving bamboo, the exteri

Sterling silver tea pot. Birmingham, 1926. Maker WN Ltd. Weight 650g

A rare Marjorie Trenwith (New Zealand) silver teapot, the mildly hammered spherical body with central fine rope and wire bands, the push-on lid with grape bunch, leaf and vine finial, repeating applied grape leaf border, further applied grape leaves to the

A Japonoiserie fine silver gilt miniature teapot, French, circa 1880, stamped Marret Freres Rue Vivienne, 11 cm high

A George IV sterling silver teapot hallmarked London 1828 Makers mark Hg. Height 14.5 cm weight 507gm

Hallmarked sterling silver teapot heavily decorated with mythical design. London, 1858.. Height 22 cm. Weight including handle 830g

A sterling silver circular teapot, Bakelite handle and finial. Mappin & Webb 1921. Length 23 cm

A George IV heavy silver three piece teaset, the compressed circular panelled bodies with engraved trellis and scroll design in alternating panels, acanthus leaf raised thumb pieces to the handles, panelled spreading circular base to each, the teapot Londo

Edwardian hallmarked sterling silver teapot and sugar bowl. Sheffield 1909, makers Roberts and Beek. (teapot has some dents) height 13 cm (teapot)

A sterling silver teapot, plain bulbous body, with Bakelite handle and finial. Engraved 'Arte Et Anime'. Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1920.716g. Length 28 cm

A sterling silver teapot, Chester year letter, circa 1900

A George III sterling silver oval campaign tea kettle, stand and burner by John Scofield, London 1784, the plain body engraved with a Ducal crest, initials 'Gr' and a later coat of arms, raised on a stand with four pad feet, detachable well and burner, ful

A George III sterling silver globular teapot by Paul Storr, London, 1799, the half fluted body engraved with a later coat of arms and a Ducal crest, large everted rim, fully marked, 23 cm wide, 14 cm high, weight 564gms

Hallmarked sterling silver teapot Birmingham, 1955, Adie Brothers Ltd. Height -14.5 cm. Weight 425 grams including timber handle and finial)

A Georgian-style sterling silver tea and coffee Servive, adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham, 1928/9, a tea pot, coffee pot, twin-handled sugar basin, and cream jug, the pots with brown simulated wood handles and finials, total weight 1,109gr. Height 20 cm. (cof

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