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A George III sterling silver tea urn with carved ivory loop handles and engraved contemporary coat of arms by Benjamin Smith II & James Smith III, London 1810, the original coiled snake finial by Paul Storr.. 36 cm high, 4820 grams. The arms are those of B

A sterling silver lidded hot water urn, London 1903, John and Frank Pairpoint of campana form, the waisted lid decorated with swags, gadrooning and surmounted by a flammiform finial, the body with a vacant foliate cartouche, reeded to the lower section fro

A fine pair of silver urns elaborately decorated, French, 19th/20th century. French assay marks Stamped to base rim P.Canaux & Cie. 431gm each 17.5 cm high. Paul Canaux was a very influential French silversmith. Reference: Association of Small Collectors o

A George IV sterling silver hot water urn, William Bateman, London, 1824 the urn of lobed melon form, repousse decorated with scrolling foliage, with applied loop handles and silver and ivory spigot, surmounted by a domed lid with urn finial, opening to re

A pair of George III silver covered urns, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1793. 16 cm high

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 French silver vase, 20th century, with maker's cartouche in shield, Rc below a star and above an 'A', the elegant slender form urn raised on a stepped foot with a waisted neck, having a continuous laurel leaf border to the rim and collar upon stepped ban

Sterling silver tea urn, Memorial of Gratitude, London 1780 (A/F)

Sterling silver hallmarked lidded tea urn with horn handle, circa 1783, maker IW and WT

A Georgian sterling silver tea urn with ivory tap, English, circa 1780, approximately 39 cm high

A good George III silver samovar by Francis Butty and Nicholas Dumee. London 1768. of ovoid vase shape, raised on a capstan stem from an undulating square plinth base with pierced apron, supported on ball and claw feet. two sinuous scroll handles issue eit

A sterling silver urn, circa 1860, Glasgow, Robert Scott, the ovoid body with single scroll handle decorated with cartouches and repousse floral sprays. All standing on circular conical decorated foot, weight 302gr. Height 19 cm

A George III sterling silver tea urn, maker's mark Henry Chawner, London circa 1789, the amphora shaped footed urn flanked by elegant reeded handles surmounted by a fitted cover waisted and with a finial of conforming design, decorated with bright cut foli

A large and very impressive George III sterling silver lidded hot water/tea urn, the oval body with twisted scroll handles, flame finial on lid, and gadrooned borders, the base of shaped square form, with rope edge and pierced gallery border, and supported

An early 19th century French silver-gilt two-handled tea urn, by Jacques-Henri Fauconnier Paris 1819 - 1838, raised on a square base with lion paw feet supporting the ovoid body with applied palms and anthemion and a chase band of putti at play with swans

Hallmarked sterling silver Small Lidded Urn. London 1934. Maker Joseph Heming? Mark indistinct. Height 9 cm

Rawlings & Sumner, early Victorian sterling silver tea urn or Samovar, London 1842, with an arabesque style finial leading to a heavily decorated body with 'C' scrolls and foliage, flanked by shaped handles and resting on short scrolled feet. Height 51 cm,

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