• Antique Silver George III Silver Teapot Circa 1790 – Provincial? RARE

    Item details: A Superb Quality George III Solid Silver Teapot made circa 1790. The item is made from a quality thick gauge of silver and has a heavy weight and quality feel. The teapot has only one hallmark on the lid that is the Lion passant, apart from that there are no other Hallmarks.
    £4.75
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    £15.00 postage
    Ending Sunday at 8:31PM BST6d 9h
  • A George lll sterling silver Tea pot & Stand. Both London 1796 .By Henry Green

    A George lll sterling silver Tea pot & Stand or trivet. London 1796. Henry Green. The body and stand with fine quality bright cut engraving. The tea pot does not leak. Widest point including the handle & spout ;.
    £1,275.00
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    £52.80 postage
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  • A Fine Georgian Silver Teapot London 1799 Peter and Anne Bateman

    Marked to the base for London 1799 by Peter and Anne Bateman. The lid marked with the makers mark and the lion passant. A very good silver Georgian teapot of oval form. Concentric reeded bands to top and bottom.
    £1,500.00
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    Ending Today at 9:52PM BST11h 10mBrand: Peter & Anne Bateman
  • RARE GEORGE I HM STERLING SILVER "BULLET" TEAPOT 1720

    The Teapot sits on raised circular base with an excellent "Bullet" shape to the body with a flush finish hinge and flush circular lid which is finished with a turned finial with an excellent looped "C" shaped handle and shaped spout (see photo's).
    £4,285.00
    Brand: William Bellassyse
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  • 1816 lovely Georgian George 111 three piece teaset 1100g

    This is a very nice Georgian teaset made in London in 1816 by maker ?. It is in very good condition, it has been used and polished so the hallmarks are difficult to read, it is well made, nice fluted decoration, great heavy shell feet, nice gadrooned border, the sugar basin and cream jug are gilded inside.It is a good weight at 1100grams.
    £650.00
    £15.00 postage
  • New listingCOLLECTIBLE ANTIQUE OLD SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATE TEAPOT 2 SNAKES HANDLE ORNAMENT

    (ROUND OLD SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED TEAPOT WITH FLUTING AND DRAGOONING TO SIDE AND TOP, ROSE FINIAL, GOOD WORKING HINGE. THE HANDLE UNUSUALLY SUPPORTED BY TWO SNAKES TOP AND BOTTOM. (SEE PHTOGRAPH) A RARE FEATURE).
    £1.20
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    £30.00 postage
    Ending Sunday at 7:01PM BST6d 8hBrand: Sheffield
  • George II Silver Coffee Pot HM Sterling London 1750 Paul Crespin Repousse 851g

    Three Lions Passant Crest Carew - Gifford Wooden Handle
    £1,650.00
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  • A very good George III Silver Drum Teapot, London 1776 by Walter Brind

    Walter Brind was apprenticed to John Raynes 7th October 1736 and turned over to his brother Henry in July 1742. Free on 8th November 1743. He was a prolific maker of very good holloware who had a career spanning nearly 50 years and his four sons followed him into the goldsmith profession.
    £1,250.00
    Brand: Edwar Lothian
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  • A George III Silver Coffee Pot London 1763 by William Grundy

    Marked to the body for London 1763 by William Grundy. Marked to the lid with the lion passant. A very good Georgian silver coffee pot of baluster form with a cast swan-neck spout, pedestal foot and ebonised handle.
    £1,500.00
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    Ending Today at 9:52PM BST11h 10mBrand: William Grundy
  • A Very Fine Large Georgian Silver Coffee Pot London 1770 by Walter Brind

    Clearly marked to the underside of the base for London 1770 by Walter Brind. The lid is marked with the makers mark and the lion passant. A Very Fine Large Georgian Silver Coffee Pot London 1770. A Very fine large George III silver coffee pot of baluster form with cast swan neck spout, bell shaped lid and beaded acorn finial.
    £2,250.00
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    Ending Today at 9:52PM BST11h 10mBrand: Walter Brind
  • Antique Silver Bullet Teapot Made by DAVID HENNELL I, London 1749. Stock ID 8967

    Biography: Hennell Family (worked from 1728). David Hennell I was apprenticed to Edward Wood 6 September 1728. Married 1 March 1736 to Hannah Broomhead. First mark entered as largeworker, 23 June 1736.
    £2,550.00
    Brand: David Hennell I
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  • A George II silver coffee pot, London 1729 by Edward Vincent

    Hallmarked underneath for London 1729 by Edward Vincent. This is a very attractive early George II coffee pot in very fine condition, with no holes, erasures or repairs. The original handle is firm, the hinge is in good condition and the lid sits flush with the body.
    £2,500.00
    Brand: Edward Vincent
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  • George I Silver Teapot Made by RICHARD BAYLEY, LONDON 1719. Stock ID 9137

    Made by RICHARD BAYLEY, LONDON (worked 1708-c.1750). Maker Richard Bayley. Biography: Richard Bayley was apprenticed to Charles Overing in 1699 and turned over to John Gibbons in 1704. Free 1706. First mark entered in 1708 at Foster Lane, London, 2nd mark 1720, third mark 1732.
    £8,250.00
    Brand: Richard Bayley
    Free postage
  • Antique Dutch silver tea pot early 18th century Haarlem beautiful design Honest

    The hallmark shows the Lion rampart in a crowned shield indicating the province of Holland 1st standard silver mark (934 / 1000), a crown shield with a sword between four stars and a cross above for the town of Haarlem, a date letter 'C' 1737 (?).
    £2,500.00
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    Brand: Unknown
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  • 18th Century Antique George III Sterling Silver Teapot On Stand London 1799

    The lid is hinged and is crowned with a stylish finial. The decoration on the teapot stand mirrors the decoration on the teapot. Teapot Stand. Weight: 16.6 troy ounces/518 grams (total).
    £2,250.00
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  • A Very Fine Georgian Silver Coffee Pot London 1767

    £1,040.00
    Brand: Francis Crump
    £20.00 postage
  • A Very Fine Georgian Silver Coffee Pot London 1763, by Whipham & Wright

    A Very Fine Georgian Silver Coffee Pot London 1763 by Thomas Whipham and Charles Wright. Marked for London 1763 by Thomas Whipham and Charles Wright. The lid marked with the lion passant. A very good quality silver George III silver coffee pot of plain baluster form with swan neck spout with cast anthemion design.
    £1,800.00
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    Ending Today at 9:52PM BST11h 10mBrand: Whipham & Wright
  • An Impressive George II Silver Coffee Pot, London 1751, W Shaw & W Priest

    Hallmarked to the body for London 1751 by William Shaw & William Priest, with the lion passant to the lid. Original scroll fruitwood handle. All standing on a raised circular foot. The pot is beautifully decorated throughout with a high-relief - chased & embossed, foliate, scroll and shell pattern, typical of the period.
    £4,000.00
    Brand: William Shaw & William Priest
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  • A Very Good George III Silver Coffee Pot London 1767 by William Grundy

    Marked to the body of the pot for London 1767 by William Grundy. The lid with the maker's mark and the lion passant. A Very Good George III Silver Coffee Pot London 1767. This pot is in superb original condition.
    £1,850.00
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    Ending Today at 9:52PM BST11h 10mBrand: William Grundy
  • A Good George II Silver Coffee Pot London 1730 Simon Pantin II

    Marked to the underside for London 1730 by Simon Pantin II. This is a very elegant and attractive early Georgian coffee pot. An old repair to the base of the spout. It is firm in its silver mounting with the original pins.
    £3,500.00
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    Ending Thursday at 10:47PM BST3d 12hBrand: Simon Pantin II
  • A Good George III Silver Coffee Pot London 1768

    A Good George III Silver Coffee Pot London 1768 by Thomas Wallis. Marked to the body and to the inside of the lid for London 1768 by Thomas Wallis. The body chased all over with flowers and scroll motifs.
    £1,800.00
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    Ending Today at 9:52PM BST11h 10mBrand: Thomas Wallis
  • An Exceptional George II Silver Coffee Pot, Samuel Courtauld London 1752

    This is an exceptionally rare museum quality coffee pot by one of the greatest silversmiths of the eighteenth century. The Courtauld family were renowned Huguenot silversmiths, they were highly influential in the evolution of English silver design and technique.
    £6,500.00
    Brand: Samuel Courtauld
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  • A Very Fine Georgian Silver Coffee Pot London 1722

    £1,975.00
    Brand: Whipham & Wright
    £20.00 postage
  • RARE GEO II HM STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT c 1750 38 oz

    There is no date letter or makers mark though due the outline of the hallmarks the Coffee Pot will date circa 1750. A Rare George II Hallmarked Sterling Silver Embossed Coffee Pot. The Coffee Pot has a substantial weight of 38.0 oz 1,080 grams.
    £2,895.00
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  • QUALITY, RARE, ANTIQUE, GEORGE III, SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER TEAPOT, c1765

    A very rare and good example of an early George III, Scottish Sterling Silver Teapot made by Lothian & Robertson in Edinburgh and dating from c1765. The underside of the teapot is hallmarked with the maker's mark "L&R" for Lothian & Robertson, the Scottish thistle sterling silver mark, the Edinburgh castle town mark and date letter "L" for 1765/66.
    £2,350.00
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  • A Superb Georgian Silver Coffee Pot, by Herne & Butty London 1760

    Marked to the underside for London 1760 by Lewis Herne and Francis Butty. Maker’s mark to the lid. A Superb Georgian Silver Coffee Pot London 1760. A very good quality Georgian silver coffee pot of baluster form.
    £3,000.00
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    Ending Wednesday at 10:21PM BST2d 11hBrand: Lewis Herne and Francis Butty
  • RARE GEORGE II HM STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT 1745

    Date Letter - k - 1745. A Rare George II Hallmarked Sterling Silver Coffee Pot by William Williams I. The Coffee Pot has a substantial weight of 22.9 oz 650 grams. The Coffee Pot bears an Armorial Crest to one side.
    £2,595.00
    Brand: William Williams I
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  • An Exceptional George II Irish Silver Coffee Pot, Dublin 1734-46

    An Exceptional Irish George II Silver Coffee Pot, Dublin circa 1734 - 46. Hallmarked for Dublin 1734 - 46, no makers marks, however I have found similar examples by George Wicks. Hibernia and crowned harp to the body and lid.
    £8,000.00
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  • QUALITY, ANTIQUE, GEORGE III, ENGLISH SILVER COFFEE/HOT WATER POT, LONDON c1774

    A very good quality, antique, George III, English Sterling Silver Hot Water Pot made in London and dating from c1774. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "TE" for Thomas Evans, the Lion Passant sterling silver mark, the Leopard's Head Crowned London town mark and date letter "T" for 1774/75.
    £2,350.00
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    Brand: Thomas Evans, LONDON
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  • RARE GEORGE II HM STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT 1751

    Date Letter q - 1751. A Rare George II Hallmarked Sterling Silver Embossed Coffee Pot by Richard Gurney & Co. The Coffee Pot has a Stunning body Beautifully decorated with raised embossed foliate and flower work with the hinged lid again beautifully embossed and finished with a large cast finial with stunning raised mounts to the handle.
    £3,895.00
    Brand: Richard Gurney & Co
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  • A Superb Queen Anne Irish Silver Coffee Pot, Dublin 1706, David King

    Hallmarked for Dublin 1706 by David King. I have had this coffee pot appraised by one of the leading academics of antique Irish silver and he confirms all the characteristics are contemporary to the period.
    £15,000.00
    Brand: David King
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  • RARE GEORGE II HM STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT 1750

    Date Letter - P - 1750. A Rare George II Hallmarked Sterling Silver Coffee Pot by John Pollock. The Coffee Pot has a substantial weight of 22.7 oz 644 grams. The Coffee Pot is free of any Initials or Monograms.
    £2,295.00
    Brand: John Pollock
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  • A Rare & Superb George II Scottish Silver Teapot, Edward Lothian, Edinburgh 1749

    A Rare & Superb Scottish Silver Teapot, by Edward Lothian, Edinburgh 1749. A Rare & Superb George II Scottish Silver Teapot, Edinburgh 1749 by Edward Lothian. The body is raised in the inverted pear-shaped form, plain except for a crest and motto to each side – see pictures.
    £3,500.00
    Brand: Edwar Lothian
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  • ANTIQUE INDIAN SILVER, PARCEL-GILT & GOLD TEA KETTLE, INDIA – EARLY 18TH CENTURY

    The kettle is of rounded shape with a deep protruding band stepping out from the central part of the body and increasing the width of the kettle at its mid-section. The band is edged with beading to top and bottom and shows traces of gilding.
    £5,500.00
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  • Fine King George III OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE TEA CANISTER or CADDY c1790

    Notes: Very smart little 18th Century tea canister or caddy with elegant designs on the edges and reeded borders. Condition: Very good. A few specks of tarnish that will polish off. make Supersized seem small.
    £65.00
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  • A Fine Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Coffee Pot c1780 - Inlaid Silver Cartouche

    Dating to c1780. Quintessentially Georgian Design. A Fine Old Sheffield Plate Coffee Pot. Weight approx.
    £125.00
    Brand: Sheffield
    £24.45 postage
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  • ATTRACTIVE CLEAN GEORGIAN SOLID SILVER TEAPOT STAND TRAY - 1798.

    This is a very nice clean hallmarked silver oval Teapot Stand (can also now be used as a smart tray). The centre has an attractive foliate wreath design, a smart patterned brightwork boarder and dotted rim.
    £299.00
    £12.50 postage
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  • Georgian OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE HOT WATER POT / JUG c1820 a/f

    Style: Georgian. Notes: A lovely pot. Condition: OK.
    £60.00
    Brand: Sheffield
    £11.20 postage
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  • Fine Large GEORGE III OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE COFFEE POT c1770 Beautiful Design

    Period: Georgian c1770. Notes: Stunning early 1770's Old Sheffield Plate coffee pot with plain body, decorative handle and spout, acorn finial, gadrooned and beaded rims, tinned inside. Good large size.
    £125.00
    Brand: Sheffield
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  • Georgian OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE CHOCOLATE POT c1780

    Style: Georgian. Notes: A lovely pot. Condition: Good.
    £110.00
    Brand: Sheffield
    £11.20 postage
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  • Fine Matthew Boulton Sheffield Silver Plated Armorial Crested Squat Teapot 1800

    Presenting a Fine Antique Sheffield Silver Plated Teapot of Squat Form by Matthew Boulotn, Sheffield and which Dates to the Georgian Period. Circa 1800 . make Supersized seem small. Good Antique Condition although it does have a loss to the silver plate in the interior due to use and a ding on the lower body by handle.
    £94.99
    £25.00 postage
  • Early 18th Century Antique Britannia Silver Queen Anne Side Handled Coffee Pot L

    The scroll designed fruitwood handle has elegant heart shaped cut card work applied around the sockets. The lid is hinged and is crowned with a elegant finial.
    £7,500.00
    Brand: Francis Garthorne
    £40.00 postage
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  • GEORGE II ORNATE SILVER TEA POT 1764

    This stunning George II Silver Coffee Pot is in excellent condition. It is 14 inches in height. The width from handle to spout is 9 inches. It has a wooden handle. The finial is decorated with floral buds and leaves, which flows onto the lid of the coffee pot. The main body of the pot and the base are decorated with flowers and leaves as is the spout. The total weight of this exquisite pot is 1258kg. It is in very good condition with no dents or dinges. A great item for your collection. PLEASE NOTE THIS ITEM WILL BE POSTED BY SPECIAL DELIVERY or INTERNATIONAL SIGNED FOR.
    £1,200.00
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  • New listingSolid Silver Coffee Pot. 18th Century Provincial Irish 850gms Silver

    Solid silver coffee pot weighs 850gms and stand 22.5 cm tall. A beautiful piece to grace any collectors table
    £1,350.00
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    Ending Sunday at 3:32PM BST6d 4h
  • old sheffield plate teapot with snake handle supports

    In the upper central area of the pot is a small armourial device of a Dove with a Laural leaf. The base and the area surrounding the bone finial is fluted and the flange between the top and base is dragooned. there is a large decorative leaf as a thumb hold at the top of the handle. There is a very small mark /stamp on the base see photo but we are unable to trace its origin. The Silver plating shows some base copper as is normal with old Sheffield plate items and is commensurate with age.. No dents or dings, this item with its two snakes is not only in excellent condition for its age but is unusual in having the fully detailed snakes in the handle construction. With 29cm Height 14cm.
    £120.00
    Brand: Sheffield
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