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A GEORGE III SILVER COFFEE POT . Maker unknown, London, England,circa 1769-1770.

A GEORGE III SILVER COFFEE POT . Maker unknown, London, England,circa 1769-1770.

Large Soup Tureen with Stand (from set of 4), Paul Storr, 1806-1807, LACMA Collections Online

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Large Soup Tureen with Stand (from set of 4), Paul Storr, 1806-1807, LACMA Collections Online

GEORGIAN GEO. III ANTIQUE SILVER MILK / CREAM JUG LONDON 1793 John Bull Antiques…*

GEORGIAN GEO. III ANTIQUE SILVER MILK / CREAM JUG LONDON 1793 John Bull Antiques…*

A WILLIAM III SILVER CHAMBERSTICK Maker's mark of John Fawdery I, London, 1699 Of circular form with cylindrical socket and tubular baluster handle engraved with a crest,

A WILLIAM III SILVER CHAMBERSTICK Maker's mark of John Fawdery I, London, 1699 Of circular form with cylindrical socket and tubular baluster handle engraved with a crest,

Sterling Silver Octagonal Teapot c.1790  The wood lid finial appears to be a later addition. The teapot is hallmarked for London sterling silver the year 1790, along with the makers mark “TO” for Thomas Ollivant(1790-1806). Under close inspection Mr. Ollivant stamped his makers mark overtop of another markers mark of Hester Bateman.  Hester Bateman died in 1794.The teapot tells an interesting story, made by the most famous of the 18th century Lady Silversmiths, Hester Bateman.

Sterling Silver Octagonal Teapot c.1790 The wood lid finial appears to be a later addition. The teapot is hallmarked for London sterling silver the year 1790, along with the makers mark “TO” for Thomas Ollivant(1790-1806). Under close inspection Mr. Ollivant stamped his makers mark overtop of another markers mark of Hester Bateman. Hester Bateman died in 1794.The teapot tells an interesting story, made by the most famous of the 18th century Lady Silversmiths, Hester Bateman.

Argenteus Silver Vault | Silver Tea and Coffee Wares | Argenteus, The London Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane, London

Argenteus Silver Vault | Silver Tea and Coffee Wares | Argenteus, The London Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane, London

By English Silversmiths Thomas Whipham  & Charles Wright  made  1765 An exceptional, large and impressive antique Georgian English sterling silver baluster shaped quart tankard This exceptional George III sterling silver quart tankard has a plain baluster form onto a spreading circular foot. The body of this antique tankard is encircled with an applied girdle and embellished with exceptional later chased  Style  note the influence  of French Huguenot emigre Paul de Lamerier

Antique George III Sterling Silver Quart Tankard

By English Silversmiths Thomas Whipham & Charles Wright made 1765 An exceptional, large and impressive antique Georgian English sterling silver baluster shaped quart tankard This exceptional George III sterling silver quart tankard has a plain baluster form onto a spreading circular foot. The body of this antique tankard is encircled with an applied girdle and embellished with exceptional later chased Style note the influence of French Huguenot emigre Paul de Lamerier

A Royal George IV silver coffee jug, Philip Rundell for Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, London, 1821 the fluted pear-shaped body engraved with a Royal cypher on each sude under Royal Ducal coronet, berried laurel border, pierced foot and twin acorn finial height 8 1/2in.

A Royal George IV silver coffee jug, Philip Rundell for Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, London, 1821 the fluted pear-shaped body engraved with a Royal cypher on each sude under Royal Ducal coronet, berried laurel border, pierced foot and twin acorn finial height 8 1/2in.

OnlineGalleries.com - A very rare & unusual George III Ewer made in London in 1774 by John Robins.  The design originally attributed to the Royal Architect, Sir William Chambers

OnlineGalleries.com - A very rare & unusual George III Ewer made in London in 1774 by John Robins. The design originally attributed to the Royal Architect, Sir William Chambers

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