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Antique George III sterling silver tea pot stand, by William Shaw. Oval form with gadrooned borders marked London, 1800, WS approx 15 cm long, 12 cm wide

George III sterling silver tea pot stand, classical oval shape on four feet marked London, 1802, Wb approx 13 cm x 17 cm, 149g

A George III silver shaped oval bright cut tea pot stand. Maker Henry green London 1787, 17 cm long, 142gm

A fine pair of George III sterling silver teapot stands, 1791 London, with maker's marks for probably If over Wf. the faceted lozenge shaped stands with slightly everted rims, with threaded edges, narrow bright cut and prick worked borders to the tray

English hallmarked sterling silver William IV teapot stand of oval shape, having hand chased detail, on four scrolled feet. London, 1834, maker Paul Storr. Condition: good to fair, minor wear, some dents to the edge. Length 17.5 cm. Weight 138g

18th century sterling silver oval teapot stand with floral engraved and initialled centre on 4 fluted legs, maker probably Thomas Mason, c1730s

A George III sterling silver shaped oval bright cut tea pot stand by Charles Aldridge, London 1791 17.5 cm wide

A George III silver teapot stand, scalloped form with floral border, pedestal feet; Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1813.

Georgian sterling silver teapot stand, London 1796 by Robert Jones II

George III sterling silver teapot & stand hallmarked London 1801, maker Solomon Hougham, teapot 27 cm wide, 502 grams total approx

Sterling silver teapot, London 1788 & tray, maker G.S

George III silver oval teapot stand. Maker: Hohn Maggs, London 1796. 146 grams

A Georgian silver teapot stand by Duncan Urquhart & Napthali Hart, London, 1799

Edwardian hallmarked sterling silver teapot on stand. London 1901, maker Charles Stuart Harris, with hallmarked sterling silver underburner. Height 26 cm. Weight 989g

A Georgian silver sauce-pot, English 18th century a Georgian silver waiter and a Georgian silver teapot stand all English 18th century

A George III silver teapot stand. Maker Thomas & Daniel Leader. Sheffield 1802. Oval form, with a border of vacant wreath with a central monogram, on four feet. 133 gm.

An impressive George III teapot stand. Maker Elizabeth Jones. London 1787. 18 cm high. 140gm.

A Georgian sterling silver oval teapot stand on four reeded feet with similar border and bright cut floral decoration with crest. Peter & Ann Bateman. London, 1813. Width 18 cm

An oval Georgian sterling silver teapot tray with plain reeded edge and four feet. Henry Chawner. London 1792. Weight 90g. Width 15.5 cm

A sterling silver teapot stand, London 1804, maker Samuel Hennell. 17 cm wide

Antique Georgian sterling silver waiter/ tea pot stand London 1793