A fine George III sterling silver hot water urn on stand with burner by John Wakelin & Robert Garrard I, London 1793, with detachable circular body engraved with a contemporary coat of arms and scallop shell spigot on four thread legs with lion paw fee
Antique silver plate tea urn of neo classical design, with a half fluted body and half loop handles. As well as the original threaded burner to base. Marked with Thomas Latham & Ernert Morton 1866-96, approx 41 cm high
A Continental silver plate samovar, circa 1860, the flame finial topped lid above an urn shaped body set with double scroll handles rising from a leaf base and a lion head spout with bone handled tap, the base with pull out oil burner above square foot and
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
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