A fine six piece sterling silver tea and coffee service, 1916 London, with maker's marks for Crichton Brothers, comprising a spirit kettle upon a stand, teapot, coffee pot, creamer, sugar basin and a covered bowl, each of elegant waisted form, a pulvinated
Victorian sterling silver chased four piece tea & coffee service. Hand Engraved cockerel crests. Hallmarks for London 1839 Richard Pierce, George Burrows II, & IW WM? The coffee pot is marked Carringtons c.1900. Approx 1817g (4)
A George V sterling silver tea and coffee service by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1909/12, comprising an oval tea tray, hot water kettle on stand with burner, coffee pot, tea pot and sugar bowl. the tray 64 x 44 cm, the kettle. 31 cm high, 5840 grams total we
An Indian silver three piece tea set with elephant spout and cobra handles by P. Orr and Sons, Madras, 19th century.. The pot 12cm high, 1005 grams total weight.. The Scottish brothers, Peter and Alexander Orr arrived in Madras in 1843 and formed a partner
Georg Jensen, Silver Tea Service, Blossom Pattern, designed c. 1905, comprising a tea pot and cover, a milk jug and a sugar bowl with cover, with carved ivory handles, openwork blossom finials, each piece raised on three cast feet, stamped ' Georg Jensen 9
An impressive 1920s five piece tea and coffee service, the set including teapot, coffee pot, spirit kettle, sugar and cream, the compressed baluster half lobed bodies with gadrooned rims, the loop form handles with serpent head forked supports, wooden carv
Austro-Hungarian silver 935 standard part tea & coffee set comprising a tray, coffee pot, teapot, water jug & sugar bowl with an associated 800 standard silver cream jug, all with fluted bodies, acanthe handles, with rosette finials & standing on pedestal
A George IV silver three piece tea service, Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, London,1825, William IV coffee pot, Edward and John Barnard, London 1836 and an electroplated tray, Emes and Barnard, London, 1825, (5) the service of vase form, a floral spray fi
A four piece sterling silver tea and coffee service, London, 1823, maker's mark of 'WH' overstruck comprising a coffee pot, tea pot, sugar bowl and cream jug, decorated throughout with scrolling leaves, 2248 gms, coffee pot 19 cm high, tea pot 14.5 cm high
A Malaysian silver presentation tea service with a band of foliate Scrollwork on original tray with coat of arms, the repousse and engraved set consists of tea, coffee and hot water pots with horn handles, a creamer and sugar, the tray with shields represe
English hallmarked sterling silver George V bachelors tea set comprising a teapot with a domed hinged lid & timber handle, sugar bowl & creamer, all having dodecagonal panelled bodies with a cast foliate applied border & standing on scrolled feet. Birmingh
English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII four piece tea set comprising a teapot, coffee pot, sugar bowl & creamer, having plain rectangular baluster bodies with rounded corners, reeded rope twist borders, & each standing on four bun feet. Birmingham,
i) A sterling silver 3pcs bachelors tea set Birmingham 1901, by Joseph Gloster, comprising of tea pot, sugar bowl and milk jug length 22.5 cm (spout to handle), total weight 371grams; ii) A sterling silver bowl, mid 20th century Sheffield, by Walker hall,
A three Pcs sterling silver tea set, London 1919, by Charles Boyton & Son, comprising of teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug in the Georgian style with gadrooned decoration length 27.5 cm (teapot), total weight 1061grams
A silver three piece tea set (teapot, sugar and creamer) of oval form, part fluted; James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1897 with a hot water pot of similar style marked J. D. & S, EPGS. Combined weight of three silver pieces: 375g.
English hallmarked sterling silver George V three piece teaset having plain octagonal baluster bodies with rounded corners, with timber handles & finials, all sitting on four ball feet. Teapot. Birmingham, 1931, makers marks rubbed. Sugar && creamer. Chest
English hallmarked sterling silver George V three piece Bachelor teaset comprising a teapot with ebony handle & finial, sugar & creamer, with hand-chased half-fluted decoration & applied gadroon borders. Birmingham, 1913, maker Henry Hobson & Sons. Conditi
An Art Deco Danish silver tea set by Christian Frederick Haise, 1920, the pot with flower finial and beaded domed cover, each with fleur-de-lys embossed emblem and initial Jml, weight 929 grams, tallest 24 cm.
An English, Queen Elizabeth II silver Jubilee hallmarked four piece tea service by Barker Ellis, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, jug and sugar bowl, the baluster form pots with acorn finial and gadrooned cover and foot, each with acanthus scroll spout, to
A Victorian five piece silver teaset, including spirit kettle, teapot, two handled sugar basin, covered sugar bowl and milk jug; squat ovoid shaped bodies raised on four pad feet, with all-over foliate engraving framing vacant cartouches to either side, th
Mexican sterling silver four piece tea & coffee set comprising a coffee pot, teapot, lidded sugar bowl & creamer of tapered form. Mexico city, maker Sanborns. Condition fair, some dents, minor tarnishing. Height of coffee pot 19.5 cm. Weight 1908g
English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian three piece tea set comprising a hinged lid teapot, sugar & creamer, having a half fluted square form body with a timber handle & finial, engraved 'Presented to the Revd. F.H. & Mrs Waller on leaving Humshaugh b
English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian three piece tea set of melon shape with raised foliate detail, standing on four scrolled feet. London, 1840. Maker Frederick Dear. Condition good, age related wear, some tarnishing. Height of teapot 17 cm. Weigh
English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian three piece Bachelor teaset with fluted detail & a timber finial & handle, retailed for Savory & Sons and Goldsmiths' Alliance Ltd London, 1889, maker Joseph & Horace Savory. Condition good, dents to the teapot.
English hallmarked sterling silver George V tea set having round bodies with gadrooned edges, standing on collet feet, with an etched monogram 'HG'. London, 1918, maker Carrington & Co. Condition good to fair, dent to the teapot. Height of teapot 14.5 cm.
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