Explore our Collection of Fine Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Tea and Coffee Sets and Individual Teapots and Coffee Pots
Beautiful late Victorian bachelor silver teapot in an oval form with hinged domed fluted lid and black wooden handle. The body has been embossed with fluting flowers and scrolls. Empty cartouche on one side and an inscription on the other. In very good original condition. (1892)
A very good quality Queen Ann style silver kettle on stand in an oval form with a hinged domed fluted lid and oval half fluted body, sitting on a wire work style stand with fluted cast feet and with the original matching burner. In very good original condition. (1929).
A very pretty and unusual small size Edwardian silver 3 piece tea set. The body is in a circular paneled form with bright cut floral engraving, ebonised black handle. Standing on a splayed square foot. (1904).
A very pretty Edwardian silver tea pot in an oval boat shape form and with a scroll engraved domed hinged lid, wooden handle and an oval plain cape surround. The body is embossed with flowers, scrolls and two empty cartouche. In very good original condition. (1907).
A very stylish pair of Art Deco style cafe au lait coffee serving pots with hinged stepped lids and stepped black ebonised handle, plain bodies and on a circular splayed foot. In very good original condition. (1937).
A very rare and unusual design Victorian four piece silver plated tea set with a hammered style body, crimped borders, hinged lids and cast rustic bark look handles and spout. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1890).