A rare and unusual gothic revival or cathedral style tea and coffee set, made by Joseph Angell, London 1852. The set is in almost pristine, as new, condition. It has an octagonal shaped body, with crisp, hand engraved decoration on body and covers. One panel on each piece has a hand engraved crest, as shown in the pictures. Each piece is hallmarked on the underside, by Joseph Angell, and all have the R date letter for 1852. The tallest piece is the coffee pot, which stands at almost 11.5″ high. The base on the coffee pot is approximately 6.25″ x 6.25″. An absolutely stunning set, in excellent condition, by an excellent silversmith.
An exceptional quality, Georgian reproduction, sterling silver tea & coffee set with tray. The set of typical George III style on pedestal foot with gadroon rims, the tray matching also with an applied gadroon border & readed handles. Set consists of tea pot, coffee pot, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl, creamer, tilting hot water kettle on stand with burner & a large oval 2 handled tray. All sterling silver. The coffee pot, tea pot & tilting kettle with black hardwood handles, true to the Georgian style. Tray is approximately 28.5″ long.
Plymouth Pattern, Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee Set With Sterling Tray & Tilting Hot Water Kettle On Stand. A Complete Set All In Sterling Silver. No Monograms Or Initials. The Tray Measures 26.75″ x 19.50″. Set Weighs 240.40 Troy Oz = 7477 Grams = 263.75 Regular Ounces = 16.48 Lbs
Hand Chased, Figural, Antique Sterling Silver Large Tilting Teapot On Stand With Burner. The Entire Body Of The Pot, As Well As The Stand Are Thoroughly Hand Chased With Scroll & Floral Decoration. One Side With 3 Hand Chased Cherubs, The Other Side Is Crested As Shown In The Pictures With The Motto “BE READY” Beneath. Made By William Clarke Shaw, Edinburgh 1853. All Pieces And Parts Are Hallmarked With The Same Hallmarks. The Set Is Complete With The Chains & Pins. The Crest & Motto Is That Of Baron Lawrence, of the Punjab and of Grateley in the County of Southampton. It was a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, created for Sir John Lawrence, 1st Baronet, the former Viceroy of India. The kettle stands 15.25″ high, and weighs 2,154 grams = 69.25 troy oz = 76 regular ounces. Most if not all items are antique or used items, and as such nothing is ‘perfect’, but we always will describe any damage, repair, inscriptions, monograms etc to the best of our ability. Please ask any questions BEFORE purchasing any item. All weights & measurements are approximate, but as accurate as possible. Please view all the pictures as they form part of the description. All items are available to inspect, and pick up, at our Manhattan gallery. We do not ship to PO Boxes. We use Fedex Ground shipping, and a signature is required for delivery. Don’t forget we offer free ground shipping anywhere on mainland USA. We ship worldwide. Please contact us for a shipping quote.
English hallmarked, sterling silver tea and coffee service with tilting kettle and tray. Made in London by Lionel Alfred Crichton. The set with applied strapwork. The tray with a reeded border and cast handles. Excellent style, quality and maker. Tray measures 28″ x 17.25″. Tilting kettle is 13.75″ high.
Victorian 6 Piece Tea & Coffee Set Made By Martin & Hall, One Of The Premier Victorian Silversmiths. Comprising a hot water kettle on stand, teapot, coffee pot, hot milk pitcher, creamer and sugar, each having a body hand chased with repousse floral and C-scroll motifs, all raised on openwork bases with volute feet. Each piece is hallmarked, Martin & Hall, Date 1855 – 1857
American sterling silver 6 piece tea & coffee set comprising a water kettle-on-stand, teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar and waste bowl, together with an associated silver-plate serving tray. Each piece with an italic hand engraved monogramSet weighs 150 ozt 13 dwts (tray not included in weight)Height of water kettle-on-stand 13 3/4 inches.
Tiffany & Co. Makers Three-Piece Sterling Silver Breakfast ServicePattern no. 22555, circa 1947-56 Comprising a coffee pot with ebonized wood handle, creamer and an open sugar bowl sugar bowl. Each piece is beautifully hand engraved by Tiffany with a monogram on one side. Height of coffee pot 9 3/8 inches.
Four-piece antique English, George IV, tea and coffee service by the famous Barnard Family of silversmiths. Made in London, hallmarked 1828. The melon shaped body with hand chased floral decoration on a stippled background. The cast spout and feet in a similar manner to match the body. The finials, lids, handles and body are all correctly hallmarked and all original. Great quality set, by an excellent silversmith. Great style & highly serviceable as well as decorative when not in use. The coffee pot stands 9.25″ high Made by Edward Barnards & Sons., Edward Jr., John & William.
A Superb Quality, Antique Victorian, Hand Chased Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee Service, Complete With The Original Tilting Pot On Stand With Burner. The Body Is Beautifully Hand Chased With Floral Decoration, And Each Piece Stands On 4 Cast And Applied Bacchus Mask Feet. The Spouts Are Cast To Match The Chasing On The Pots. The Hinged Covers Are Each Topped With A Cast Sterling Silver Eagle Finial. The Set Made In London By Edwin Charles Purdie, Dated 1889. All Pieces, Including The Stand & Burner, Are Fully & Correctly Hallmarked With The Same Date & Makers Marks. Each Piece Is Hand Engraved With A Heraldic Family Crest Of A Crowned Eagle, In The One Cartouche. The Cartouche On The Reverse Side Is Blank. Quality , Style & Condition Are Excellent. Tilting Hot Water Kettle On The Stand Measures 16.75″ High. Coffee Pot 10.5″ High Tea Pot 7.5″ High Sugar Bowl 4 3/8″ Creamer 4.25″ High
A superb style and quality, four piece, sterling silver tea set. Made in London by the famous silversmith of the Barnard’s family, Edward, Edward Jr. John & William Barnards, fully hallmarked and dated 1830. The ribbed bodies with hand chased floral decoration, and with an engraved family crest of a griffin with fish tail on one side of each item. The cast finial is also of a floral design to match the chasing on the body. Each piece stands on four scroll feet. Set consists of a coffee pot, 10.75″ tall, tea pot is 7.25″, creamer is 6.5″, sugar 5.5″ tall. The set is in almost excellent condition.
Lancaster Rose, Sterling Silver 4 Piece Tea & Coffee Set By Poole.
5 Piece Tea & Coffee Set In The Lancaster Rose Pattern #990, Made By Poole
An Exceptional Quality, Hand Forged, George I Style, Hot Chocolate Set From James Robinson. The Chocolate Pot Has The Hinged Finial On The Lid, As Well As The Hinged Flap On The Spout. The Set Is Hallmarked With The Britannia Standard Markings, Which Denotes The Highest Standard Of Silver 95.8%, As Opposed To The Sterling Standard Of 92.5%. Date Letter For London, 1959. Pot Is 10.5″ High
Prelude By International. 5 Piece Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee Set. Coffee Pot Is 10.5″ Tall. Set Weighs 2400 grams.
2 Novelty, Antique Sterling Silver Seated Musicians With Bobble Heads. Made By Ludwig Neresheimer In Hanau Late 19th Century. The Drummer 7.5″ Tall, Imported Into The UK By Edwin Thomson Bryant In 1904, And As Such Carries The Corresponding English Silver Hallmarks As Required. The Trumpet Player, 7″ Tall, Imported Into The UK By Berthold Mueller (Bernard Muller) In 1906. Both Have “Bobbling” Heads, And Both Have Detachable Covers So They Can Be Used As Caddies etc. Great Quality & Condition. Hanau silver was largely imported into the UK between the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. Berthold Mueller was an import firm, who distributed a lot of Neresheimer silver – see John Culme: The Directory of Gold-and Silversmiths, Jewellers and Allied Traders 1838-1914, Vol.1 page, page 335. The firm changed its name 1915 to Berthold Miller and was listed as wholesale silversmiths and jewellers, antique reproduction in silver, ivories, miniatures, enamels, and so forth.
Acorn By Georg Jensen. Sterling Silver Sugar Shovel Or Tea Caddy Spoon 4 1/8″ Long. Just One Item From Our Huge Selection Of Jensen Acorn Cutlery. We Have Complete Sets, Single Place Pieces & A Vast Selection Of Serving Pieces
A Large, Complete, Antique Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee Set Complete With Tray & Tilting Hot Water Kettle. The Entire Set Is Beautifully Hand Chased And Is All Original. Each Piece Is Fully & Correctly Marked. The Kettle Stands 15 1/4″ Tall. The Oval tray Is 31 1/4″ x 19″. Great Size, Quality & Condition.
A very large sterling silver tilting kettle on a stand with burner. English, c. 1940. By I.Freeman & Sons Height: 17-1/4″
Silver Gilt & Enamel Tea Infuser. 4.75″ Long. Marked on the handle with the Soviet 916 standard silver marks. The infuser has an acorn shaped bowl with a nicely enameled lid and handle, c.1960.
Antique English 4 Piece Tea & Coffee Set In The Desirable Melon Form. Made In London, England By Joseph & John Angell. William IV, 1834 . Each Piece Is Fully & Correctly Hallmarked & Each Is Crested With A Deer Impaled With Arrow. Coffee Pot Is 10″ Tall. In The Last Picture The Set Is Shown Sitting On Large Round Sterling Silver Tray. The Antique Tray Is Not Included In This Lot, But Is Available For Sale & Listed Separately On My Web Page.
An exceptional, large, antique Victorian, sterling silver, tea & coffee service in a panelled form, complete with octagonal sterling silver galley tray. All made by Martin & Hall, one of the premier English silversmiths of the Victorian period. Hand chased & hand engraved decoration with cast mounts throughout the set. The set consisting of coffee pot, tea pot, sugar bowl, cream jug & tilting hot water kettle on stand with burner all sits on this beautiful hand engrave, large, octagonal gallery tray. All pieces are fully & correctly hallmarked. Tray is 28″ wide. The kettle stands 17 1/2″ tall. The firm exhibited at the 1851 Great Exhibition, the Internation Exhibition (1862), the Sydney Exhibition (1879), the Melboune Exhibition (1881) and the 1915 British Industries Fair. The origin of the firm is in the partnership established in 1820 in Sheffield by Henry Wilkinson and John Roberts who traded as Wilkinson & Roberts. Wilkinson left the business in 1836 and in 1846 John Roberts entered in partnership with Ebenezer Hall (his apprentice in 1836) under the style Roberts & Hall. In 1854 entered into the partnership Richard Martin (of Martin Brothers & Naylor) and Joshua Hall (brother of Ebenezer Hall) under the style Martin, Hall & Co. In 1866 the firm was converted into a Ltd. The factory was active at Shrewsbury Works, Broad Street Park, Sheffield with showrooms in London (where they were listed as manufacturing silversmiths and electroplated manufacturers, silver, plated and steel cutlers), Sydney, Birmingham and Glasgow. Items made by Martin, Hall & Co were retailed by Wordley & Co – Liverpool, Ball & Edwards – Birmingham, Henry Ellis & Son – Exeter, Charles Nephew & Co – Calcutta, West & Son – Dublin, Goldsmiths Alliance Ltd – Cornhill, Pearce & Co – Leeds, Mappin Brothers – London, George Edward & Sons – Glasgow, James Aitchinson – Edinburgh, Mackay & Chisholm – Edinburgh and many other firms.
Antique Victorian, Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee Set, In The Desirable ‘Louis Pattern’, Made By Martin & Hall, Circa 1856. Beautiful Hand Chased Decoration, With The Cast Louis Mask Spout & Eagles Beak, And A Cast Eagle Finial On Covers. Large Size, Typical Of The Victorian Affluence. Made By One Of The Premier Silversmiths Of The Victorian Period. Each Piece Is Fully & Correctly Hallmarked, And Each Is With A Hand Engraved Crest & The Motto “Mani Forte” Translates As With A Strong Hand. This Was The Crest Of The Clan MacKay Which Was An Ancient & Powerful Scottish Clan, Tracing Their Roots Back To The 13th Century. A Magnificent Tea Service, Both Decorative Yet Usable. The Tilting Kettle On Stand Is 17.5″ Tall. Just One Of A Huge Selection Of Tea & Coffee Sets As Well As Other Silver Always Available For Sale At Our Manhattan Gallery.
Seven-piece George V Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service, London, 1930, By Lionel Alfred Crichton, each with a squat urn-form body, stylized body. Set consists of; kettle-on-stand with burner, teapot, coffeepot, chocolate pot, creamer, covered sugar, and open waste bowl, kettle-on-stand ht. 13 1/2 in., approx.
Magnificent Antique English Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee Set Complete With Original Tilting Kettle. The Set Beautifully Hand Chase & Footed. All Pieces Fully & Correctly Hallmarked With The Hallmarks For The Savory Bothers, London & Dated 1888. We Have A Variety Of Suitable, Antique Sterling Silver & Sheffield Plated Trays That Would Compliment This Set. Set is shown on a sterling silver tray in the last picture. This tray is not included in the price. This set is just one from a huge selection of sterling silver tea sets we always have in our inventory. All items are available to view at our Manhattan gallery. #Antique #Sterling #Silver #Victorian #Louis #Savory
This beautiful Victorian silver set is complete and original, comprising tea pot, coffee pot, cream jug, sugar bowl and large tilting hot-water kettle. Each piece is beautifully hand-chased with six flat panels and a delicate floral decoration. The kettle, teapot and coffee pot all have hinged lids with the classic Victorian embellishment of cast eagle finials.The kettle sits on a cast stand with barrel pins that allow it hinge forwards while pouring so that it does not have to be removed from the stand.