George III sterling silver teapot, hallmarked, London, 1812, R.E //B.E Rebecca Eames and Edward Barnrd, with ivory finial, of squat baluster form, decorated with a frieze of vine motifs on circular foot, total weight 665gms, length 26 cm
A George III sterling silver teapot, 1792 London with maker's mark for Peter & Ann Bateman, the 'Oil can' shaped teapot with a waisted neck, low domed hinged lid and ivory finial, an ivory 'C' scroll handle with thumb piece and shel
English hallmarked sterling silver George III teapot finely hand chased with a rococo revival design of scrolling leaves & stylized flowers, with a mid diameter border of leaf & shell motifs, a cartouche to each side, one vacant, the other monogrammed 'M.A
A Regency silver teapot and a cream jug, Paul Storr, London, 1813, both of oblong form with gadrooned and shell rims, leaf capped spouts, engraved crest and coat of arms to sides, the teapot with ivory finial and handle with serpent terminals, 1294 gms tot
A William IV silver teapot, Paul Storr, London, 1830, hexagonal with branch and leaf final, hexagonal, acanthus leaf spout and naturalistic branch handle, engraved with a bull to each side, retailed by Storr and Mortimer, 810 gms, 16.5 cm high
George III sterling silver teapot, mark of Robert Hennell I, London, 1784, of shaped oval form decorated with swags and floral garlands, with wooden scroll handle and finial, hallmarked, approx. Weight 452 grams. Provenance: Private Collection, double Bay,
English hallmarked sterling silver George V teapot having a rectangular body, with a band of hand-engraved shell & scroll detail, monogrammed 'Bma', a rectangular handle, finial & scroll spout, with a flat-hinged domed lid, standing on four
A quality William IV silver spinster's tea pot, elegant baluster form, heavily scroll floral and leaf embossed, the pedestal foot with everted acanthus leaves, sculpted floral hinge lid finial, ivory heat rings, crested. London 1836 by Joseph Angell I
Victorian sterling silver teapot, inscribed: 'Presented by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales to James Cross on his marriage Sept. 1861', hallmarked London 1861, 675g approx., 26 cm spout to handle.
German silver 800 standard teapot having a dragon handle, goose spout, all over raised flower patterns, a relief panel of a courting couple, with a domed lid & four scrolled cherubic feet. Condition good to fair, some dents & tarnishing. Height 22.
An early Victorian sterling silver teapot, by John Samuel Hunt, London 1851, with early Victorian sterling silver stand by Charles Thomas fox & George fox, London 1847, of compressed form with floral finial, 13 cm high, 514 grams, stand 138 grams (2)
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