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A sterling silver, round Queen Anne-style teapot, with the typical raised and chased linear decoration, and a hardwood handle and finial.The lid is fixed, with a flat hinge. It raises and lowers perfectly. The interior indicates the pot has been used.The body is crested on both sides on the upper high-polish surface, with a rampant lion (demi) upholding a crosslet fiche. The pot rests on a round, inset, banded foot.
Weight: 556 grams including the handle and finial. Dimensions: 5 1/2″ H x10 1/2″ L (handle to spout) x 5″ W.
English Hallmarked Sterling Teapot. London, 1808.
A stunning sterling teapot with a unique combination of wood and sterling. It features a wooden handle and lid cap that makes the teapot easier to pick up, hold and pour when serving. The teapot is a unique shape with a rippled body, a small spout with a bold,yet small footed base for placement. On the bottom, there is English Hallmarks indicating it is sterling from the city of London, England, during the period of George III, dated 1808.
A beautiful English Hallmarked teapot from a passed era, that would make an effortless, yet timeless gift.
Hallmarked: On the bottom, Silver Standard Mark : Lion for sterling, City Mark: Crowned Leopard’s Head for London, Duty mark for the sovereign head of George III, ‘N’ dated 1808. Marker’s Mark is unknown with ‘I D’. (see images for reference)
Excellent Condition: No dents or repairs (minimal surface scratches and tarnish that can be easily polished)
A pre-revolution Russian silver sugar basket – Moscow circa 1900. Hand engraved designs throughout the body with a handle on hinges that moves up and down.
A fabulous pair of English compotes / tazzas with silver plated triangular bases and etched crystal bowls that sit up them. The bases are decorated with bird shapes which are attached by chains upwards towards the centre of the tazzas. The crystal dishes are deep for holding fruit or desserts and they bowls all hand etched.
English, circa 1880.
Each measures: 8.5 inches tall x 9 inches diameter.
A Pair of Sterling Silver 3 Arm Candelabras
This pair of sterling candelabras, circa 1920’s, have a very gentle flowing look about them with their smooth Art Nouveau design that distinguishes them from the harsh edges that so many modern candelabras have. Each has the original bobeche to catch the wax drippings that are removable for easy cleaning and each is marked 925.
Marked: On the topside of each base Sterling, 925. each bobeche marked 925. The bottom plates are marked German but are silver-plated.
Each Measures: 10 inches wide x 8 3/4 inches high.
Excellent Condition: No dents or repairs, the silver-plated bottoms show some spotting.
English Silver Hallmarked Sterling Tea Pot, dated London, 1819.
A lovely english Georgian silver hallmarked sterling tea pot, it is dated London, 1819. The tea pot is quite large in size, its has a beautiful dark hardwood handle and top on the lid attached. It is engraved with decorations of bead, floral and scrolls, with a unique ribbon crest in the centre.
A delightful sterling tea pot that once used as everyday object at the time for a classic spot of tea, or entertaining with others.
Measures: 4 inches in height x 5 inches wide / 2 inches from the handle
Marked: Marker’s mark: unknown. Lion passant for .925 sterling silver, Crown Leopard’s head for London, Reign during King George III period, ‘d’ dated 1819.
Condition: Minimal scratches on the surface from gentle use. It has no dents in the silver, or cracks in the wood. The lid has been professionally reinforced, and shows signs of repair(see image for referral).
Gilt Box By English Silversmith Daniel Hockley. Dated, 1814.
A small gilt box in silver with English Silver Hallmarks, it is dated 1814. The marker Daniel Hockley, was one of the first English silversmiths settlers in Eastern Cape, Port Elizabeth during the 1820s. It is decorated with a leaf and flower border around the body, with a curved edge in the centre it is easy to open and close. The top and bottom is engraved with a net pattern in shape of a rectangle to form emphasis on the unique design and structure.
This piece was once used as an everyday day object for snuff.
Marked: D.H stands for Daniel Hockley. Leopard with Crown. Dated with the letter ‘T’ for 1814. Duty Mark with the head during the reign of George III.
85 grams in silver.
Measures: 3 inches in length x 1 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent Condition: No repairs. (minimal scratches and rubbing on surface, with a small tarnish on the interior of one hinge from gentle use )
We have several Sterling Silver long stuffing spoons in stock – Georgian period, Wm IV period and Victorian.
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