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
Assembled Three-Piece Mid-Atlantic Coin Silver Tea Set second quarter 19th century, including a teapot by Thibault & Brothers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, h. 11", l. 10-3/4", and an associated, unmarked covered sugar bowl, h. 9-1/2", w. 8", and cream jug, h. 7-3/4", l. 7", each with an inverted pear-shaped body decorated with a wide band of applied foliage and narrow bead and gadroon banding, with elaborately mounted handles and raised on a domed pedestal foot, each piece monogrammed "MAK". 82.2
Five-Piece Gorham "Buttercup" Sterling Silver Tea Set, first quarter 20th century, Providence, Rhode Island, including a teapot, h. 6-1/2", l. 8-1/4", coffeepot, h. 7-3/4", l. 8-3/4", covered sugar bowl, h. 5-1/4", w. 7-/4", cream jug, h. 4-1/4", l. 5-12", and waste bowl, h. 3", w. 5-1/2"; each piece monogrammed "MB" 51.36 total t. oz. Estimate $1,000-1,500 Some minor dents, including two "fingerprint" dents on one end of the waste bowl and a 1/4" dent on the other end, and a 1/4" dent on the s
Description: Three-piece English Sterling Silver Tea Set, all footed and with scrolled handles, teapot, creamer, and sugar, (denting, other imperfections), total 37.3 troy oz. Estimate $300-500 Items may have wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. Description:, Three-piece English Sterling Si
Regency Scottish Sterling Silver Tea Set hallmarked Edinburgh, 1811-1812, by George Fenwick, including a teapot, h. 6-1/2", l. 12", a cream jug, h. 4-1/2", l. 6-3/8", and an open sugar bowl, h. 4", w. 8-5/8", each of rounded rectangular section with bulbous base and waisted collar, with gadrooned rim quartered by shell-and-scroll motifs, with crested handle(s) and raised on four spherical feet, decorated with wrigglework oak leaf and acorn banding, and engraved with the crest of Douglas et al. 3
Reed & Barton is a prominent American silversmith manufacturer based in the city of Taunton, Massachusetts, operating between 1824 and 2015. Curated by Castle Antiques, this silver-plated steel tea set features elegant scroll and leaf motifs throughout. A timeless choice for a formal traditional décor. Sold in a set of five.
Mark of George Forbes, New York, Circa 1820, all with die-roll band of oak and grapevine, lion recumbent finials, raised on paw-and-ball feet, engraved with script initials, RD, comprising, a teapot, 12"l over handle, double handled covered sugar bowl, and cream jug, total weight approx. 57 T.O. Provenance: Property from the Collection of Myrna and Bernard Posner
Assembled Late George III Sterling Silver Coffee and Tea Set hallmarked London, 1791-1801, including, by John Robins, a teapot, h. 6-1/2", l. 10-1/2", a swing-handle sugar basket, h. 3-3/4" (h. 6-1/4" with handle), l. 5-1/4", a coffeepot, h. 12", l. 10-1/2", and a hot water jug, h. 12", l. 6", with a teapot stand by Michael Plummer, l. 7-1/4", w. 5", and a cream jug by Henry Nutting, h. 4-3/4", l. 4-1/2", each of cavetto-canted rectangular section variously decorated with engraved or bright-cut
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).
Assembled Cased Napoleon III Silver Gilt Tea Serving Set mid-19th century, second standard (.800) silver, including a dozen teapsoons, Luneville, Meurthe-et-Moselle, by Nicholas Vautrin (1810-1868), with spatulate handle and guilloche decoration, the underside with leaf-crested oval cartouche monogramed "PL", l. 5-3/4"; a caddy spoon, Paris, by Jean Grandvigne, with leaf-form bowl and spatulate handle with meander decoration, the underside with garter-form cartouche, no monogram, l. 4"; an in-sp
Edwardian Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Set with Associated Tray the set hallmarked London, 1905-1909, by Page, Keen & Page of Plymouth; the tray by Lebkuecher & Co. of Newark, New Jersey for Udall & Ballou, New York, New York, including a coffeepot, h. 8-1/4", l. 10", a teapot, h. 5-1/2", l. 11-3/4", a cream jug, h. 3-3/4", l. 5-1/2", and an open sugar bowl, h. 4-1/2", l. 6-3/4", each of bulbous rounded rectangular section with reeded band and straight collar, with conforming plinth bases, the
Anglo-American Silverplate Tea Set mid-20th century, made in Sheffield for the Prill Silver Co., New York, New York, rounded rectangular section with gadrooned lower half and black plastic handles, including: a hot water kettle-on-stand, h. 12-1/2", l. 9"' a coffeepot, h. 9", l. 10-1/4"' a teapot, 5-1/2", l. 11-5/8", an open sugar bowl, h. 4", l. 7-3/8", a cream jug, h. 3-1/2", l. 5-1/2", a waste bowl, g. 3-1/2", l. 5-1/4", and a serpentine-oval galleried tray with acanthus scroll decoration and
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.
Antique Colonial Sterling Silver set patented by Tiffany in 1895. 6 Place Set for 12 (No knives) + 6 Large Serving spoon. With hand engraved Mono D. 12 Dinner Forks (7 1/2)- 12 Salad Forks (6 3/4")- 12 Gumbo Soup Spoons (8")- 12 Oval Soup Spoons *7")- 12 Tea Spoons (6")- 12 Grapefruit Spoons (5 3/4")- 12 Demitasse Coffee Spoons (4 3/4")- 6 Table Spoons (8 1/2")- Over 75 ozt Sterling Silver-
Description: Wallace Sterling Silver Partial Flatware Service and Peruvian Sterling Silver Five-light Candelabra, including dinner forks, seafood forks, soupspoons, teaspoons, luncheon forks, butter knives, iced tea straws, dinner knives, and a silver-plated demitasse spoon set, total 61.3 troy oz. Estimate $600-800 Items may have wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a stat
Early 19th c. English Tortoiseshell Rectangular Tea Caddy, with rounded edges, engraved silver lid plaque (SH to HA) and silver lock escutcheon (no key), set on four ball form ivory feet, interior with two tortoiseshell lidded compartments with traces of foil lining, 5 1/2" high, 7 1/8" x 4 1/4". Old repairs to tortoiseshell veneer, one foot is loose, repair to ivory edging on base.
Early 19th c. English Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy, with silver stringing, lid cartouche (unmonogrammed), and lock escutcheon (no key), set on ball feet, ivory faced interior lip, interior with two tortoiseshell lidded compartments with replaced foil lining, 4 1/4" high, 6" x 3 3/4". Veneer cracks, replaced feet.
20th century Each stamped: S. Kirk & Son Sterling Designed 1828, comprising 6 knives (9"), 6 forks (7.25"), 6 salad forks (6.25"), 6 ice cream forks (6"), 12 teaspoons (5.5"), 6 iced tea spoons (7.5"), 6 demitasse spoons (4.25"), 1 solid shell berry/casserole spoon (7.5"), 1 sugar spoon (6"), 1 small cold meat serving fork (7.5"), 1 jelly server (6.75"), 1 cake knife (10.125"), 1 mayonnaise ladle (5.625"), 1 cream ladle (6.325"), 1 two-tine lemon fork (4.5"), 1 two-piece carving set with gua
American and British, 19th-20th century. Ten sterling tablewares by various makers, including two creamer and sugar sets, one pipkin with wooden handle marked for retailer Shreve, Crump, and Low (Cleveland, OH), one two-piece tea strainer marked for retailer Cowell & Hubbard (Cleveland, OH), one handled salt with spoon and cobalt glass insert, and one salt shaker, all marked STERLING or with British hallmarks; PLUS, two silver salt cellars with cobalt liners, unmarked, and one silverplated salt
birnenförmig auf Volutenstand, mit Volutenhenkel, Monogramm 'EB'. Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren. CHRISTOFLE 4 pieces coffee and tea set, silver plated, 20th century, pear-shaped, monogrammed 'EB', signs of age and use.
Enormous coffee and tea service, Louis XV style, in engraved Spanish silver, 915/1000 fineness. Mid 20th century. Set composed of samovar, coffee pot, teapot, sugar bowl, strainer and small pitcher, on a large tray with handles. Decoration with flowers, rocaille, plant motifs, C-shapes and rinceaux. With initials. Tray dimensions: 84 x 51 cm. Maximum height: 53 cm Total weight: 7,900 gCondition: as good as new.Registered shipment from Spain via DHL Express. Fully comprehensive insurance.Cost of
An early 20th century silver inkwell, a silver and glass scent bottle engraved Sterling Silver, with a silver plate three piece tea set, a silver plate caster and another large cut glass scent bottle, and toast rack, (8)
Silver Tea Set, probably Srinagar, Kashmir, India, for western market, C.1910. Teapot, Cream and Sugar, rounded body, square bases, gilded interiors. Each with chasing and repousee work of chinar vegetal, floral seed pod and acanthus leaves designs; snake serpent handles, hinged lid to teapot and leafy finial similarly decorated. All marked with early Egypt .900 silver fineness assayed in Cairo, date letter u for 1919-20. Handles marked. Height of Teapot: 6.75 inches. Breadth: 9 inches. Total We
A mid-20th century four-piece silver tea set, A mid-20th century four-piece silver tea set Birmingham 1957 & 1959, by Joseph Gloster Ltd, comprising a teapot, hot water pot, milk jug and twin-handled sugar bowl, together with a silver cream jug and a Sterling silver mustard, 58 ozt. combined weight. (6)
A four piece silver tea set of football importance,presented to Stanley Matthews, H Pidduck & Sons Sheffield, 1932, of ovoid shape, the rims inset with geometric forms, each piece inscribed with an S M monogram, the teapot inscribed with the Stoke City arms, and the dedication 'Presented by Stoke City Football Club to their player S Matthews in recognition of his creating a record of 44 appearances for England which he established when playing against Belgium on January 19th 1946', comprising te
A four piece silver tea set, A four piece silver tea set Birmingham 1931, Henry Clifford Davis, comprising of coffee pot, tea pot, twin-handled sugar basin, and milk jug, approximate weight 50 ozt. (4)
This four piece tea set is a product of the Kutch region of India, an area known for its elaborate and intricate designs. The set comprises a teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl and tray and each piece is very finely detailed with depictions of hunting scenes. The vessels all feature handles in the form of cobras, with two small ivory insulators used for the teapot handle. Dimensions are as follows:
This charming silver-plate tea set is the work of Sheffield-based silversmithing firm Mappin & Webb, one of England’s leading producers of luxury silverware since the late 18th Century. These pieces, produced in the 20th Century, have a modernist feel and a vintage chic, as each of the three pieces takes the form of a luxury vintage motor car.
An Edwardian two-piece silver part tea set, An Edwardian two-piece silver part tea set Birmingham 1912, by Williams Ltd, comprising a tea pot and twin-handled open sugar bowl, 26 ozt. combined weight. (2)
Tea and coffee set in silver 800, with a tray in silver 800. All pieces are richly and amazingly decorated. Very rare set. The set was made by the Italian silversmith Mazzocchi Aldo of Milan, and dates back to 1964-1967.In excellent overall condition, without dents, but with traces of ageing.Provided with certificate of authenticity. DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS - Teapot, 22 x 13 x height 16 cm; weight: 658 grams. - Coffee pot, 21 x 12 x height 20 cm; weight: 721 grams. - Milk jug, 16 x 10 x height 1
Splendid full 4-piece tea set with tray. All silver 800.Teapot 483.16 grams (20x20x11cm), coffee pot 467.8 g (16x22x13 cm), milk jug 157.65 g (10x12.5x9 cm), sugar bowl 220.32 g (13x15x10 cm), tray, (Eugenio Stancampiano 39 PA), circa 1950-60, 496 grams (diameter 29.5 cm).Overall weight 1825 grams.All pieces duly punched with State hallmarks. Tracked shipping via Poste Italiane. Silver & Gold---
Vintage WM. A. Rogers silver plated coffee /tea serving set and WMF silver plated extra tray.period 1894-1929Heavy silver plated WM A Rogers coffee and teaset set in excellent condition, highly decorated spout and handle. Coffee pot: 27 cm x 25 cmTeapot:24 cm x 25 cmSugar bowl: 14 cm x 17 cmCreamer: 13 cm x 11 cmTray: 37 cm x 29 cmWMF tray 34,5 cmAll in excellent condition.Will be sent by registered mail. Silver & Gold---
A George V silver three piece tea set, A George V silver three piece tea set Chester 1918, by Barker Brothers, comprising a teapot mounted with ebonised wooden handle and finial to lid, a twin handled sugar bowl and a milk jug, each with ball feet and engraved to the undersides with a personal gift message, combined weight 30 ozt. (3)
A sterling silver mocha and tea set comprising mocha pot, teapot, milk jug and a sugar and cream set with ivory handles and finials. Manufactured by Georg Jensen, 1925–44. Design no. 80, 80 A, 80 B. Weight app. 1200 gr. H. 5.2–15 cm. (5)
A Victorian silver three piece tea set, by Robert Harper, London 1874, the teapot of straight sided oval form decorated with bright cut engraved bands, swags and bows, the base and rim with beaded edges, the flat top with flush fitting hinged cover to match with oval black finial, brown wooden handle and decorated spout, the navette shaped swing handled sugar basket and simple straight sided milk jug to match, 31.4ozt gross (3)
A George V silver three piece tea set, by Barker Brothers, Birmingham 1929/31, of circular form with quatrefoil and cross decorated band below a beaded border and above a panelled body, the domed hinged cover with gadrooned decoration topped with a black octagonal finial, with scroll handle to match, raised on four shell and hoof feet, the milk jug and two handled sugar bowl with metal handles en suite, 26.5ozt gross (3)
A George V silver four piece tea set, by Edward Barnard & Sons, London 1931, of circular somewhat squat form, the teapot with reeded band, the domed hinged cover to match topped with a black circular finial and with wooden handle, the hot water jug to match, the two handled sugar bowl and milk jug with metal handles en suite, 64.9ozt gross (4)