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An Art Deco sterling silver teapot 1932 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Viner's Ltd. Of octagonal oval form, with a conforming low domed lid, an ebonised oval finial and an ebony square section triangular handle, raised on curvaceous trifid feet;

An elegant boat shaped silver teapot 1908/9 Chester, with maker's mark for Nathan & Hayes. Of tiered and fluted form with a shaped domed lid and timber finial, a cast shell and gadrooned rim, a repeat sausage border to body and raised on four squas

A sterling silver Bachelor teapot 1910/11 Birmingham, with maker's mark for H.C. Davis. Of ovoid form with a tiered dome lid and mushroom finial, and raised on a small flaring foot rim, with simple thread borders to the body and foot and an ebonised sq

A George III sterling silver teapot of historical interest, Sheffield 1802, an important piece of early nineteenth century sterling silver, with inscription that reads: 'As a token of their regard, affection and gratitude, presented by the Magistrates, Qua

A sterling silver teapot (1945) and hot water jug (1946), E.S & Co. Sheffield, approx 1500g combined.

A rare quality George IV silver tea-urn, the octagonal vase-shaped body on conforming plinth with flaring pedestal, four paw feet, with two reeded loop handles, the reeded spout with ivory tap, the body, foot and detachable tapered conforming cover and urn

Georgian sterling silver squat form tea pot, crested and rubbed marks, showing brusies, approx 13 cm high

Georgian sterling silver tea pot, in a squat oval form, applied leaf C scroll handle, foliate finial and ball feet, rare marks Newcastle, crowned Leopards head, 1829, approx 630g, approx 15 cm high

A George IV silver teapot, Paul Storr / London / 1822, of compressed form, with fluted decoration to the cover, spout and lower body, wooden handle, approximately 744gms, 14 cm high

A sterling silver fluted teapot, 1899/1900 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Elkington & Co, the striking oval teapot of fluted 'Spider's Web' design, with a deep collar and domed lid with timber finial, the waisted base with a conformi

English hallmarked sterling silver George V teapot having a oval body with hand-chased half-fluting & an ebonised finial & handle, monogrammed 'H'. Birmingham, 1916, maker Hardy Brothers. Condition good, slightly loose handle, minor tarnish

A William IV sterling silver teapot, London 1790, break to handle.

A George III sterling silver oval bright cut teapot by William Vincent, London 1782, 14 cm high, 480 grams. Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, New South Wales

A George III sterling silver spherical teapot engraved with a crest and motto by Edward Fernell, London 1795, 15 cm high, 480 grams. Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, New South Wales

An Austrian silver tea pot, Josef Carl Klinkosch, Vienna, circa 1880, of compressed spherical form, the lid surmounted by ivory handle, with generous scrolling ivory handle, resting on a stepped circular base, marked to underside '900', mark Josef

A sterling silver teapot, Sheffield 1930. Height 16 cm. Total weight 624grams

George III sterling silver teapot oval shape with allover embossed decoration of flowerheads and leaves and cartouche with engraved crest, London 1782, maker William Brind

Victorian Irish sterling silver bachelor's teapot circular shape, the lid finial formed as 3 flowerheads, the body with embossed decoration of roses and cartouche, Dublin 1892

A pair of impressive Victorian silver tea and coffee pots, faceted baluster form, profusely scroll engraved and with figured cast finials, the teapot finial as a seated Chinaman with long pipe, a similar finial to the coffee pot, ivory heat rings, spreadin

Victorian sterling silver tea pot, mark of Richard Pierce & George Burrows II, London, 1839, of compressed form, standing on four scroll and shell feet, the cover with floral finial, bearing the mark of Henry Holland, London. Approx. Weight 692 grams

Late Georgian sterling silver teapot, hallmarked London 1833, with engraved & repousse design of roses & scrolls on 4 feet & ornate finial, maker's mark for A.B. Savory, weight 1245gms approx.

William IV sterling silver teapot, hallmarked London 1834 (Joseph Angell I & John Angell I), 29 cm wide, 708 grams approx

George IV sterling silver teapot, with repousse scrolling floral & foliage design, hallmarked London 1824 (Edward Barton), 27 cm wide, 858 grams approx

Arts & Crafts sterling silver teapot, with wooden handle, London 1919 by John Eldridge. Width 29 cm

A sterling silver teapot and sugar basin by Walker & Hall with inscription 'To Rev. Dr. J.W.Mackenzie Dd. and Mrs Mackenzie, from their people of Fila, Dango, Mele, Erakor, & Eton, of the Island of Sandwich New Hebrides Pignus Amicitiae. September 1912'

A Georgian sterling silver teapot by Hyam Hyams, London, 1822

An Art Deco sterling silver tea pot and coffee pot by Cooper Brothers & Sons, Sheffield 1946. 13 cm & 19 cm high, 1440 grams total weight

A William IV, sterling silver teapot, by Paul Storr, London 1836 marks, with 'STORR & MORTIMER'. Decorated with acorn finial, melon shape body, with acanthus leaves and scrolls. Height 13.5 cm. Diameter 17 cm. Weight 849grams

A Mexican sterling silver teapot 24 cm x 24 cm 1580grams approx

A sterling silver small teapot mark to base 1925 sterling silver with stylized dolphin stamp 16 cm 422grams

English hallmarked sterling silver George V teapot having a bombe rounded rectangular body, a hinged and domed lid with a cast finial, a wooden lattice handle, sitting on four cast foliate feet. Chester, 1914, maker Jay, Richard Attenborough Co Ltd. Condit

Australian sterling silver teapot having a plain round bellied body, with a hinged dome lid, timber handle & finial, standing on a collet foot. Maker Hardy Bros. Condition good, minor wear to the base & slight staining to the interior. Height 15.5 cm. Weig

A George III sterling silver bright cut drum tea pot by Charles Wright, London 1778 with engraved contempoary coat of arms and script initials, 13 cm high

A Victorian sterling silver floral tea pot by Joseph & Albert Savory, London 1849, with flower finial, 16 cm high

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

George III, Irish sterling silver teapot, hallmarked Dublin 1808, maker Robert Breading, 761 grams approx,18 cm high

Geo hallmarked sterling silver teapot, hallmarked London possibly 1759, & possibly by William Grundy (marks rubbed). Crested. Height 23.5 cm. Wt. 693g

English hallmarked sterling silver George III teapot having a round body with exaggerated hand-chased half-fluting, a band of etched foliated detail, sitting on a pedestal foot. London, 1816, maker Solomon Hougham. Condition good to fair, some dents & tarn

A fine Victorian sterling silver teapot in the Gothic taste, 1872 London, with maker's mark for Richard Hodd and Richard Hodd II, the oval straightsided pot with a low domed lid and a mushroom styled finial, having a 'C' form handle with ivory insulators a

Early Victorian sterling silver teapot hallmarked London 1839, 463g approx., 14.5 cm high approx.

Antique Georgian sterling silver tea pot of canted design, London dated 1791-92 by Robert Hennell