Learn about Coffee Pots

Before the invention of the dripolator, percolator and the expresso machine, the roasted and ground coffee beans were placed in a pot, and hot water was added, to infuse the water with the coffee. After the coffee had brewed it was ready for pouring, a similar process to that used to make tea now. It was not until the invention of the percolator in the late 19th century, that use of the coffee pot began to decline. From the early 18th century to the end of the 19th century, coffee pots were produced in silver, silver plate and by most of the major ceramics producers who produced dinnerware, including Wedgwood, Royal Worcester and Belleek.
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Early 18th century sterling silver coffee pot tapering form, the domed lid with hinged urn topped finial, engraved floral, scroll and foliate engraving and crest, bird form spout and ivory handle, Britannia and London marks, but all well worn

Solid sterling silver coffee pot in the Georgian style, hallmarks for London 1963 (912 grams)

A George II silver coffee pot, of mildly tapering form on circular spreading and domed foot and with high domed hinged cover with knopped finial, anthemion decoration to spout, double scroll boxwood handle. Engraved underneath with a betrothal triangle 

An early Victorian sterling silver coffee pot Mackay & Chisolm, Edinburgh, circa 1841, with heavy embossed decoration, approximately 976 gms silver, 29.5 cm high

A George II silver coffee pot by Ayme Videau, London 1745, of tapering cylindrical form with tucked in foot, the stepped dome cover with bell finial, scrolling wooden handle, engraved with crest and armorial, total weight 952 grams, 24.5 cm high

A George II silver coffee pot by Robert Makepeace, Newcastle 1738, of plain tapering cylindrical form with folded in foot, the bell shaped finial on stepped dome cover, acanthus capped spout and wooden handle, 881 grams, 22.5 cm high

A fine and rare George I silver coffee pot by Augustine Courtauld, London 1716, the high domed top and bell finial above faceted and C capped spout on tapered cylindrical form and stepped base, engraved arms of Bucknall, 622 grams

A rare and early George II silver coffee pot, the tapered cylindrical body with engraved cartouche designs bordered by fine trellis to the top, the dome lid with baluster finial, elegant carved wooden scroll handle, spreading circular foot, the engraved ar

A George III silver coffee pot, baluster form, relief embossed scroll and floral design, the two cartouches each with matching engraved plant form armorial, leaf and scale detail to the spout, the domed lid with pineapple finial. London 1773 by Walter Brin

George III Scottish sterling silver coffee pot, hallmarked Edinburgh 1817 (George McHattie), 20.5 cm high, 801 grams

Good George II sterling silver coffee pot, hallmarked, London, 1739, Ayme Videau, of tapering cylindrical form, with wooden scroll capped handle, hinged shallow dome cover and an acorn filial, engraved with delicate rococo scrolls and shells and a coat of

George III Scottish sterling silver coffee pot, hallmarked Edinburgh 1817 (George McHattie), 20.5 cm high, 801 grams

George III sterling silver coffee pot, hallmarked to base only Newcastle 1780 (John Langlands I & John Robertson I), 27.5 cm high, 827 grams

A sterling silver coffee pot, with timber handle, 1970, height 24 cm, Wt. 746g

Victorian sterling silver coffee pot, mark of Charles Reily & George Storer, London, 1842, chased and engraved with floral motifs, with C scroll handle, the lid accented with fruit finial, the foot embellished with a continuous band of scrolling leaves

A George III sterling silver coffee pot, 1761 London, rubbed maker's mark, of elegant pear shape with a dome lid and spiral twist finial, a plain body, waisted stepped base and an acanthus spout and ear form ivory handle, with contemporary initials undersi

A Georgian sterling silver coffee pot, bearing marks for London, 1734 but of a later date, engraved with a crest, motto and initials within ribbon tied floral cartouches and bands of scrolls, domed cover with urn finial, 21 cm high, 660 grams

English sterling silver coffee pot, hallmarked, London, 1936, Nayler Bros, of pear form, with finial, with ivory s-scroll handle, on circular foot, total weight 1015gm, height 25 cm

Victorian sterling silver coffee pot, hallmarked London 1861, height 25 cm approx, 824grams approx

George III baluster form coffee, hinged dome lid & flame finial marked IK, London, 1771, approx 28 cm high, 600g Provenance Ex Stanley Lipscombe

A George III sterling silver bright cut coffee pot by Peter, Anne and William Bateman, London 1800, 27 cm high, 720 grams

Victorian Scottish sterling silver coffee pot baluster shape with engraved floral baskets, scrolls & cartouche, Edinburgh 1854

George III sterling silver coffee pot plain baluster form, gadrooned rim & base, London 1773, makers William Holmes & Nicholas Dundee

Hancocks & Co Baluster Coffee pot in sterling silver marked London, 1968, Hancocks, 26 cm high & 986g

A German silver (750) coffee pot, Dresden pre-1886, height 25 cm, weight 927 g

A German sterling silver coffee pot, by Wilkines, weight 326 g, height 20 cm

An early Georgian style silver coffee pot, plain tapering cylindrical body raised on a circular spreading foot, domed lid, carved ebony scroll handle, faceted spout. Sheffield 1896 by Mappin Bros. 575gms. Height 24 cm

An Anglo Indian silver coffee pot, by I. Manikrai of Karachi early 20th century decorated with repousse foliage and elephants signed makers mark to base with '95', height: 22 cm

A sterling silver coffee pot, 1938 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Adie Bros Ltd, a faceted tapering pot with a domed lid of conforming design with a mushroom cap timber finial, a timber bracket handle and raised on a low stepped base; hallmarked to

A George IV sterling silver coffee pot by Richard Pierce & George Burrows II, London 1829, of compressed form with reeded band and mellon finial, 674 grams

Continental silver coffee pot with flower finial, Hungarian marks, with black handle, 540 gms total weight, height 20 cm approx

A George V sterling silver tapering coffee pot and chocolate pot by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1924, 22 cm high, 1,290 grams

An Edward VII sterling silver coffee pot by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1903, together with a French Doyen silver coffee pot, 19 cm high

A George II sterling silver tapering coffee pot by Edward Wood, London, 1746 engraved with a contemporary coat of arms within cartouche and motto 'Gang Forward', 23 cm high, The arms are those of Stirling impaling Scarlett. The houses of Stirling and Scarl

A George IV sterling silver baluster coffee pot by Robert Garrard II, London, 1827 engraved with a Baron's crest and coronet, 29 cm high, 1,125 grams

A William IV sterling silver fluted coffee pot by Paul Storr, London 1836 with engraved anthemion decoration, contemporary coat of arms, and flower finial marked by John Samuel Hunt, 22 cm high, 820 grams, The Arms are those of Lambeth

A George V sterling silver coffee pot, maker. Heming & Co., London 1913. 582g, 20 cm high.

A Georgian silver coffee Biggin pot by John Wakelin & Robert Garrard, London 1800, of restrained tapered form with sycamore handle, cup and cover knop, laurel moulded rim fluted detail on spout, 21.5 cm high 481 grams

A Victorian silver coffee pot, chased and embossed with floral and scroll decoration, lid with thistle finial, scroll handle with ivory insulator, on four scroll feet. Engraved with lion crest and 'Dum Spiro Spero', Martin Hall & Co Ltd, Sheffi