Bamboo chair with Tea Pots by Linda Bankerd Painting 40.0 x 30.0 :: a semi abstract arrangement of a chair (made of bamboo) a stool two teapots and various other unrecognizable objects painted in bold and colorful energetic brush strokes. Framed in a simple cherry stained oak. :: Type: Painting Medium: Acrylic Style: Contemporary Subject: Still Life Tags: still life furniture bold color bold brushwork interior abstract Width: 40.0 Height: 30.0 Depth: 3 Weight: 6 lbs Framed: ye
To include 8 Dinner plates (10"), 8 Salad Plates (8"), 8 Dessert Plates (6.5"), 8 Bowls (6.75"), 8 Cups (3.25" dia), 8 Saucers (6"), Round low server (10"), 2 lidded tureen (12"), 1 lidded tureen (10"), lidded bowl (9"), 2 serving trays (10"), 2 serving trays (13.75"), 1 serving tray (10.5"), 2 Condiment jars (3.75"h), Coffee pot (7.5" h), Tea pot (5.5" h), 2x Sugar bowls (3.75" h approx.), Creamer (4.25" h). From a Forest Hill, Queens estate. Condition: Some very minor scratches but overall in
, Shropshire, England, introduced 1970Marks: (new back stamp), , (crown), , (various)1-1/4 x 15 x 12 inches (3.2 x 38.1 x 30.5 cm) (largest, platter)The dinner service comprising:12 dinner plates;12 dessert bowls;12 soup bowls;12 tea cups with saucers;12 demitasse cups with saucers;2 vegetable serving bowls;1 15 inch platter;1 14 inch platter;1 9-3/4 inch handled relish dish;1 7-1/2 inch handled relish dish;1 coffee pot;1 tea pot;1 creamer;1 covered sugar bowl.94 totalHID07601242017
Service. French Art Deco Henin et Cie .950 silver tea service comprised of a coffee pot, teapot, creamer and sugar. All with wonderful Art Deco stepped designed to handles, finials, and rims. Stamped to underside with French 1st standard export hallmark of Mercury representing .950 silver, and a lozenge form maker's mark of H&C representing Henin et Cie. Total approx. weight of tea service is 59.99 troy oz. Accompanied by a stylistically similar similar serving tray with cut corners. From an E 7
Four-Piece S. Kirk & Son Sterling Silver Tea Set first quarter 20th century, Baltimore, Maryland, including a coffeepot, h. 14-3/4", a teapot, h. 12-1/2", a cream jug, h. 9-1/4", and a waste bowl, h. 5-1/4", all but the latter of tall ovoid form with pedestal foot and squared, ram's masque-crested handle, the waste bowl of hemispherical form with pedestal foot, the pots with gooseneck spouts and hinged, domed lids with grape cluster finials, all decorated with realistically detailed repousse ros
French, 1920s-1930s. An Art Deco silverplated coffee and tea set with wooden handles in the Etchea pattern, including a coffee pot, teapot, creamer, and sugar dish, each impressed Puiforcat France / EP to underside; largest ht. 5.5, wd. 9.5, dp. 5 in.
Mark of David Andersen, Copenhagen, Early 20th Century, all chased with panels of Celtic scrolls, engraved with initials SH, comprising, teapot, coffee pot, 11"h, double handled sugar bowl, cream jug, waste bowl, total weight approx. 85 T.O. Provenance: Property from the Collection of Myrna and Bernard Posner
1912-1917 Each stamped for Gorham, further stamped: Sterling A2415 Designed 1911, comprising a coffee pot (8.5" H x 9.5" W x 4.5" D), a teapot (6" H x 10.25" W x 4.625" D), a covered sugar bowl (5.625" H x 7.25" W x 3.625" D), a cream jug (5.875" H x 5.25" W x 2.75" D), and a waste bowl (3.75" H x 5.25" W x 3.875" D), each monogrammed, 5 pieces 54.570 oz. troy approximately
1915-1932, Denmark Each stamped twice for Georg Jensen; Further stamped: Denmark / Sterling / 32 Comprising a coffee pot (9.75" H x 7.25" W x 4.25" D), a teapot (7" H x 8.5" W x 5.5" D), a sugar bowl (2.75" H x 5.25" W x 3.75" D), and a cream jug (3" H x 3.625" W x 2.5" D), 4 pieces 57.250 oz. troy approximately
American, early 20th century. A seven-piece sterling coffee and tea service by Gorham in the Grand Chantilly pattern, including a teapot on stand, coffee pot, ewer, small teapot, creamer, lidded sugar, and waste bowl, all marked for maker and STERLING on underside; teapot on stand oah. 12 (without handle), wd. 10.5, dp. 6.5 in., total silver wt. 181.180ozt (5635g).
1935-1947 Each stamped: Tiffany & Co. / Makers / Sterling Silver / 18889 5013 / 925-1000 / M Designed 1934, comprising a coffee pot (8.25" H x 9" W x 4" D), a teapot (5.5" H x 9.75" W x 4.25" D), a covered sugar bowl (4.75" H x 7" W x 3.5" D), a cream jug (2.875" H x 8.75" W x 3.25" D), and a waste bowl (2.625" H x 4.625" W x 3.75" D), monogrammed: ENC, 5 pieces 77.980 oz. troy approximately
1864, Sheffield; 1936, London Four stamped for Martin, Hall & Co.; The teapot stamped [BT] and with London stamp Each piece designed with scrolled handles over beaded rims surmounting a chased and molded body centering a cartouche raised on a ring foot comprising a tipping kettle (15.25" H x 10" W x 7.25" D), a coffee pot (9.25" H x 9.25" W x 6.25" D), a later-added teapot (8" H x 10.25" W x 6" D), a cream jug (5.75" H x 5" W x 4" D), and an open sugar bowl (5" H x 7.75" W x 5.25" D), 5 piec
(7) Piece Lafayette Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee Service by Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport, MA, #7680, with 'JGG' monogram, including: Hot water kettle on stand, 12 3/4" high, 9" x 5 1/2"; Coffee pot, 10" high, 10 3/4" x 4 1/2", small lid dent; Teapot, 7" high, 11 1/4" x 5"; Lidded sugar bowl, 6 1/2" high, 8" x 4 1/2"; Cream jug, 6" high, 5 3/8" x 3 1/4"; Waste bowl, 3 3/4" high, 5 3/4" x 4 3/8"; and Oval handled tray that compliments this pattern, #6266, 26 1/2" x 18 1/2", surface scratches; 2
German, early 20th century. A four-piece .800 silver coffee and tea set by Bremer Silberwarenfabrik, including a coffee pot, teapot, creamer, and sugar, all with fluted bodies and acanthus leaf border, and all marked for maker and 800 / Eugen Marcus on underside; largest ht. 8.75, wd. 10.25, dp. 3.75 in., total wt. 56.450ozt (1756g).
Beautiful Lutz & Weiss silver plated tea pot on silver plated tray. Silver plated teapot Height 18 cm. Width 27 cm. Weight 351 grams Marks LW MS Silver plated tray Length 26 cm. All in good used condition. see photoPackage will be shipped carefully with track and trace. Silver & Gold---
Kangxi small blue and white porcelain export ware tea pot made at the kilns of Jingdezhen at the very start of the 18th century. like many of the early export ware tea pots it is a small size reflecting the fact that tea was a very expensive commodity and drank from small bowls. Excellent colour and painting of auspicious items including scrolls for the scholar, a ding – the incense burner – and lozenge. the rounded squat shape of the tea pot would indicate the item although made for export was
Famille verte Chinese early 18th Century barrel shaped tea pot made during the reign of the Emperor Kangxi at the kilns at Jingdezhen. Excellent moulding with detail of ‘nails’ around the top and bottom of the tea pot. Painted to the side with two panels vibrantly painted in over glaze enamels one showing a phoenix and the other a pair of Mandarin Ducks I a lotus pond. The Phoenix is shown perched on rockwork with peonies, chrysanthemums and grasses. the phoenix is a compilation of other creatur
Chinese early 18th Century Yongzheng blue and white porcelain shaped tea pot stand. Made at the kilns at Jingdezhen for export to Europe c 1730. A more interesting design than usual as it shows the usual figures on a terrace in front of the Pagoda but here there is chariot ‘parked ‘ to the side of it with a charioteer next to it in a hat. the foreground shows the typical rock work with peony and chrysanthemums all below a shading willow tree. Excellent colour and subject matter
A little treasure of an Antique Silver bachelor Teapot made in the reign of William IV ; by John Edward Terry . The lower portion of teapot is embellished with vine leaves which are repeated on the moulded shaped foot. The hinged lid is opened with a flower finial and the floral decoration is repeated in the domed section of the lid. The flower design is replicated in the top portion of the pot which also has a vacant cartouche to one side. The Tea Pot has a wooden handle. Height to finial 3.75
A delightful Antique Silver Victorian chased bullet bachelor Tea Pot. The body of the teapot is embellished with a floral design and on one side two children carrying a stave on which there is bunch of grapes. The hinged lid of the teapot has a leaf design and a shaped finial. Height 4.25 10.6 cm Width from spout to handle 7 inches 17.9 base 2.25 inches 5.6 cm
Chinese export blue and white porcelain from the Nanking Cargo carried by the Geldermalsen before foundering c1752 The tea pot is potted in the Meissen style which was copying the European silver shaped tea pots of the time. It is bullet shaped with a flat lid with a bud finial. The handle is bracket shaped and the spout is long and straight. The painting shows willow and peony on a fenced terrace over looking a rocky river landscape. On an island is a scholar’s retreat with a pine tree. the pai
Yongzheng early Chinese 18th century famille rose shaped tea pot stand made for export to Europe at the kilns at Jingdezhen c1730 excellent design in the painting to show a family with pine trees for longevity rock work for the scholar and the personal alter table inside the pavilion. typical Yongzheng colouring with gilt orange and outlines of black in the famille rose. Yongzheng Famille rose often has very little of the ‘pink’ enamel and the main area here is on the clothes and the garden seat
Dublin - A George lll large silver tea pot, maker not traced, 1810, of rectangular form with undulating and gadrooned parapet, the sides somewhat convex and decorated with a bright cut engraved band of stars and foliage above two shell edged and vacant cartouches, above the parapet the angled top, bordered with lines of bright cut engraving and terminating with the part marked hinged cover topped with a rectangular finial, the simple handle with ivory insulators, all raised on four bun feet, 24.
Qianlong porcelain tea pot stand c1750 -1760 that has been decorated in London. the stand was made at Jingdezhen and then shipped as a white glazed blank. Tea pot stands were not used in China only in Europe Painted with overglaze paints to show fancy long tailed birds perched on rocks, in trees, and in flight. The decoration is undoubtedly painted in the James Giles workshop possibly by James Giles. But the Irish Jeffreys Hammet O’Neil (best known for his work on Chelsea porcelain) painted by r
Yongzheng lobed teapot originally chinese blue and white export ware with Dutch decoration of overglaze enamels. The Dutch painting was added to make the piece look like early famille Rose ware. it was probably applied on arrival into Holland c1730. Excellent example of this type.
An early 20th century silver bachelors tea pot, An early 20th century silver bachelors tea pot Chester 1913, the plain body is decorated with chased feather borders and a pinched rim, surmounted with an ebonised handle, 25 cm x 12 cm
This is a silver tea service coming from London (England).Tea service with vertical rib, flower decor and upward handle.Teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug.Silver hallmarked.Dimensions tea pot: 10.5 x 19 cm.Dimensions sugar bowl: 6.5 cm highDimensions milk jug: 6 x 9.5 cm.Weight: 564 gramsExquisite condition.Photos belong to the description of this lot.If paid on time, the lot will be shipped on Saturday following the auction. Antiques---
4 piece coffee-tea service made of 925/1000 silver. It was created in England, in London by Carrington & Co in 1905.Includes: * samovar with removable burner-weight 1585 grams, height 34 cm, capacity 1,7 liters* tea pot - weight 824 gr, height 17 cm, range 29 cm* coffee pot - weight 771 gr, height 20 cm, range 24 cm* sugar bowl -weight 403 gr, height 9,5 cm, diameter 12 cmThe weight of silver 3583 grams. Hallmark: the lion, town mark of London, date mark and maker's mark. It is in very good co
Lance is a silver plate tea pot with plump, simple body with detailed feet and finial. He has an unusual scalloped edge opening with hinged lid. The maker is unknown as we could not find any marks. Lance is a classic feminine designed tea pot.
The antique set made of exquisite Paris Porcelain, comprising a tea pot, a coffee pot, a cream jug, a sugar bowl with lid and ten cups and saucers, each piece with gilded borders and decorated with flowers and fruit.
Various Shipping Companies Metalware Group including RM&PS coffee and tea pots, Cooks Nile Service platter, International Mercantile Marine ashtray with match holder, The Egyptian Mail Steamship Company gravy boat and shell shaped ashtray, Clan Line platter, John I Jacobs two handled condiment cup, three toast racks and a few other items Condition Report: ARR: Categories: Shipping, Lot Description:, Various Shipping Companies Metalware Group, Condition Report:, Condition Report:, ARR:, Categ
The fine six piece antique silver set comprises a coffee pot, a tea pot, a cream jug (all three with wooden handles), a sugar bowl with gilt inside, a silver-plated kettle and a silver-plated tray with handles.