A Birks sterling Georgian style coffee pot – dated 1965.
Wooden handle to conduct heat from the hot coffee.
An arts and crafts mixed sterling with overlaid copper large two handled pedestal bowl. The copper in the shape of landscape mountains and stars impressed into the silver. Hallmarked sterling for 1915 – and silver maker – William Hutton & Sons.
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.
A very tall American Victorian silver-plated centerpiece / epergne with 2 hanging baskets plus original crystal bowl. Perfect for the centre of a buffet or table. Maker: Forbes Silver Co.
American, circa 1880