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Edward VII sterling silver four piece tea & coffee service oblong baluster shape with floral, shell and scroll cast corners, and stylised scroll, and roundel topped paw feet, London, 1908, makers, William Hutton & Sons, Ltd.

Victorian sterling silver four piece tea & coffee set circular baluster shape, the lids with urn shaped finials, beaded C scroll handles and engraved aesthetic design engraving, London, 1858, makers, Edward & John Barnard

Victorian sterling silver four piece tea & coffee set lobed baluster form with embossed floral and cartouche panels, London, 1855, makers, Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater

Victorian sterling silver four piece tea & coffee service Gothic revival design of octagonal baluster form on scroll feet, London, 1849, maker, Joseph Angel

A Georgian sterling silver four piece tea & coffee service, comprising teapot, coffee pot, sugar and creamer, with rose pattern border by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard all 1821 apart from coffee pot 1823, height 9 – 21 cm, length 15 - 28 cm, Wt

A sterling silver gilt lined four piece tea and coffee service, comprising, teapot, coffee pot, creamer and sugar London 1839 by Edward, Edward Junior, John & William Barnard, height 10 - 28, length 15 - 28 cm, Wt 2162grams

A George III silver teaset, swollen square section bodies raised on four feet, each piece decorated with a square scroll border, the teapot presentation engraved, some repairs. London 1802 by Robert & Samuel Hennell. Total weight 1035gms

Victorian sterling silver four piece tea/coffee set, hallmarked London 1875, maker Richards & Brown (Edward Charles Brown), retailed by S.Smith & Son 35 King street Covent Garden, comprising of a teapot, coffee pot, sugar and creamer, 2446 grams

Four piece sterling silver tea and coffee set, including tea pot, Birmingham 1961, coffee pot, Birmingham 1962, sugar bowl, Birmingham 1962, makers Adie Bros for three latter pieces, and cream jug, Birmingham 1952, makers JB Chatterley & Sons. Wt. 1,63

George VI sterling silver 3 piece teaset plain oval shape with engraved initial M, Sheffield, 1942, makers, William Suckling Ltd

George V sterling silver 4 piece teaset plain circular baluster form Sheffield, 1919, makers, Walter & Charles Sissons

Early Victorian sterling silver 3 piece teaset squat circular shape, decorated with panels of florals and scrolls, and acanthus handles, London, 1837, 38, 39, makers, Richard Pearce & George Burrows

George IV/ William IV sterling silver 4 piece tea & coffee set a fine quality service, melon shaped, the pots with flowerhead finials, ornately chased decoration of flowers and acanthus leaves on scroll feet, London 1829-31, makers, Edward, Edward Jnr,

Victorian Scottish sterling silver 3 piece teaset stemmed baluster shape with all-over foliate and scroll engraved decoration, Edinburgh, 1843, maker W.C

William IV sterling silver 3 piece teaset stemmed circular shape with wide leaf decorated rim, acanthus topped handles, and beaded base Edinburgh, 1831, maker, James McKay

Composed 19th century sterling silver 4 piece tea & coffee set baluster shape, the pots with acorn and oak leaf finials, gadrooned rims and acanthus topped handles, various makers and dates

A silver tea service with sugar bowl and jug, maker Hunt & Roskell, London 1889, Alfred Benson & Henry Hugh Webb (partners in J W Benson Ltd) trading as Hunt & Roskell, New Bond Street, London

A three piece sterling silver tea set. Maker: William Hutton & Sons-Edward Hutton, London, 1882

A decorative late Victorian silver three-piece tea set, ornate embossed decoration, ball feet, ivory finial and heat rings and double scroll handles. Chester 1900. Total weight 800gms.

A 4pc Scottish sterling silver tea and coffee set, 1893 Glasgow, by Lawson & Co., comprising of coffee pot, teapot, cream jug and sugar bowl coffee pot height 21.8 cm total weight: 2016gms

Georg Jensen three-piece silver tea set, c.1945, in pattern no: 80, designed in 1915, comprising cover pot, covered sugar bowl and creamer, of baluster form, with wood and silver beaded finial and slight domed covers, set with angled wood handles, total we

A mid-20th century quality five-piece tea and coffee service including spirit kettle, the oval baluster bodies with lobed panels and embossed leaf scroll highlights, fine stiff-leaf design borders. Sheffield 1950 by Poston. 3.4kg.

Georgian 4 piece sterling silver tea set, London 1824/5 makers Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard (some Hallmarks Obscured)

Austrian silver tea and coffee service, possibly Vienna, c. 1860, comprising a teapot, a cream jug, a sugar box with key and a serving tray, each piece chased in relief with wild roses and scrolling leaves, the teapot and cream jug with ivory handles, hall

An elegant George III three piece sterling silver teaset, 1811 London, with maker's marks for Rebecca Emes & John Barnard I, of refined neoclassical form with a teapot, two handled sugar basin and creamer, all of compressed boat shape form with reeded scro

A George V sterling silver tea and coffee service by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London 1919/20, comprising a coffee pot, tea pot, sugar bowl and milk jug, the coffee pot 23 cm high, 2,480 grams total weight

An Austrian silver fluted tea set, Vienna 1856, comprising a hot water kettle on stand and burner, a teapot, a milk jug and a hinged lidded sugar box the kettle, 20 cm high, 2,260 grams total weight. Provenance: Christie's Australia, 29 October 2003, L

A large Austrian silver tea and coffee service, circa 1900, maker's mark 'BP', all of fluted baluster design embossed with medallions of roses comprising a coffee pot, a tea pot, a lidded sugar bowl, a hot milk jug, a cold milk jug, twelve tea cups and sau

An elegant William IV silver four-piece tea and coffee service, fluted squat baluster shape raised on cast acanthus and shell quadruped bases, each pot with melon finial, anthemion capped spouts, scroll handles with ivory heat rings; the fluted bodies with

Edwardian sterling silver six piece tea set, hallmarked, London, 1913, Henry Wilkinson & Co, comprising teapot, coffee pot, water jug, sugar bowl, cream jug and covered sugar bowl, of baluster form, set with elaborate anthemion and paw feet, total weig

Swiss sterling silver three piece tea set, comprising teapot, cream jug and covered sugar bowl, of baluster form, with ebony handles and knobs, raised on hoof feet, impressed 925, Berne bear, PF (Pochon Freres Berne) total weight 1515gm, (3)

A good quality late Victorian period silver four-piece tea and coffee service, fluted decoration with decorated borders. Sheffield 1896. Total weight 1916gms.

A Guild of Handicraft five piece silver tea service in the Arts & Crafts tradition, entirely handmade by George and Henry Hart, Chipping Campden. Hallmarked London, 1947- 48. Comprising: tea and hot water pots with ivory handles and finials, milk jug and s

William IV sterling silver tea pot, having a round baluster form, gadroon borders cast shell feet and acanthus leaf thumb piece marked for Richard Pearce & George Burrows, London, 1830 approx 677g, 26 cm long

A George V silver tea service comprising a teapot, milk jug, and sugar bowl, of globular form with gadrooned edge. Maker: C S Harris & Sons Ltd. Total weight: 1400gm

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian tea set comprising a hot water pot, teapot, milk jug & creamer, having dragon form spouts & finials, repeating banana leaf patterns & raised floral detail, a gilt wash interior, all standing on bun feet, each wi

A hallmarked German silver five piece tea set, samovar, tea and coffee pots, sugar and creamer, samovar 1868 g, coffee pot 675 g, tea pot 734 g, sugar 418 g, creamer 296 g, total 3809 g

Fine quality George IV sterling silver four piece tea & coffee set stemmed melon shape, flowerhead finials and, floral decorated panels, and acanthus cast handles, London, 1826, maker William Eley

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