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Challenge perfect silver plated teapot, with infuser, Height 13 cm approx

Antique silver plated tea urn, Falcon Works, London, approx 36 cm high

A Sheffield Plate coffee pot and teapot, of similar style, both with compressed lobed bodies and boxwood handles.

Vintage silver plated Robur challenge teapot 25 cm spout to handle approx.

Antique Sheffield plate tea pot, half fluted body, standing on a rectangular base with fine reeded band to the edge, early 19th century

Arts & Crafts silver plated teapot by Hardy Bros, with woven cane grip

An Edwardian plated tea urn with a domed cover, tap and reeded handles in Adams style. Maker: Walker and Hall. 50 cm high

Victorian silver plated teapot & sugar bowl. Engraved & embossed floral decoration Monogrammed. Some small dents & wear. Height 17 cm (teapot)

An Edwardian plated tea kettle with stand, early 20th century, with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons, of compressed ovoid form having a plain body with 'S' scrolls supporting a cylindrical ebony handle, and having two protrusions each side resting upon

An Edwardian silver plated tea kettle, on stand with box wood handle

Robur silver plated 'Perfect' tea pot with infuser, hot water pot, jug and sugar bowl. (4 items)

Boxed four piece silver plated teaset comprising teapot, sugar, milk and a strainer

An Old Sheffield plate tea urn early 19th century, in classical Adam style with pineapple finial, 48 cm high

Barker Ellis Sheffield plate antique style teapot, hot water jug and creamer

Old Sheffield plate, c. 1820 melon shaped teapot with applied foliate decoration on four scroll feet, marks to underside (A/F). Height 13 cm

A silver plated tea kettle on stand with burner. 34 cm high

An early 19th century Sheffield plate teapot melon shape with raised ornate applied scrollwork borders. Carved ivory scroll handle, circa 1825.

A Bauhaus silver-plated tea kettle, with cane-wound handle, designed by Peter Behrens, Germany, circa 1905, 24 cm high, 21 cm wide

EPNS warming kettle and brass teapot. Kettle stamped Benet Finks & Co., Cheapside on quad footed stand with burner; teapot unmarked. Height 30 cm (kettle)

An early 19th century Old Sheffield plate tea urn, circa 1820, raised on a square base with floral scroll feet, the body with spigot, engraved with a coat of arms and bifurcated leaf, flower and grape handles, domed cover with melon finial. Height 40 cm. H