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TEA AND COFFEE PARAPHERNALIA
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Sheffield 1943 solid silver cased set of 12 coffee spoons in original fitted case by Cooper Brothers and Sons.
Sheffield 1943 solid English hallmarked silver set of 12 coffee spoons with pretty feather edge design to stem in original fitted case, and in very good condition with very clear hallmarks.
It is unusual to find a set of 12 silver coffee spoons.
Size-4 inches long.
Weight-120 grams, or 405 grams with case.
Made by Cooper Brothers and Sons, very good makers.
A very large and useful set.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.

Ref: 0347
Price: £180




London 1840 solid silver fiddle pattern tea caddy spoon by J. Beebee.
London 1840 early Victorian English hallmarked solid silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon made by J. Beebee, with curved stem, deep round bowl, good weight, and very clear hallmarks.
Size-3.25 inches long.
Weight-20 grams.
These were used to mix the tea leaves in the mixing bowls of a tea caddy, and then to transfer the leaves to the pot for brewing. Now, can be used for anything.
A very interesting and collectable spoon, in very good condition.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.

Ref: 4768
Price: £165





Sheffield 1965 set of 6 solid silver handled knives by Harrison Brothers.
Sheffield 1965 set of 6 English hallmarked solid silver handled knives with stainless steel blades, in the kings pattern, and made by famous makers Harrison Brothers, and contained in the original fitted case.
Size-6 5/8 inches long each.
Weight-405 grams cased.
A very pretty and useful set of knives. Good for butter, cheese, fruit or dessert. They would make a lovely gift, or a very functional item to keep.
In very good condition.
Ref: 6039
Price: £75





Sheffield 1918-19 set of six solid silver handled shell designed knives with silver plate blades in fitted case.
Sheffield 1918-19 English hallmarked solid silver handled set of knives with silver plate blades, contained in the original fitted case. Made by Frederick C. Asman and Company and retailed by Stewart Dawson and Company, jewellers and silversmiths, Regent Street W.
These generous sized knives with lovely tapering shell and leaf designed handles and interesting shaped blades, are very useful for dessert, cheese, butter, or whatever you wish. They make a great gift, or a functional item to keep for yourself.
Size-7 inches long.
Weight-approximately 450 grams total with case for shipping.
With just the expected marks of use, they are in very good overall condition.
Ref: 6040
Price: £75





Very pretty London 1791 English hallmarked solid silver bright cut teaspoon made by PETER AND ANN BATEMAN.
18th century London 1791 English hallmarked solid silver bright cut teaspoon by the famous Bateman family, Peter and Ann in this case.
Interestingly, this was made in the first year that these two established themselves.
This spoon has the long oval graceful bowl, characteristic of the period, and a long tapering curved handle fully decorated with beautiful bright cut engraving. There are also contemporary initials D+J in the cartouche, undoubtedly a wedding gift for the original owners.
Size-4 7/8 inches long.
Weight-12 grams.
The hallmarks are clear with just some rubbing to the maker's mark.
A very nice example of an 18th century teaspoon in very good antique condition.
This would make a lovely gift for a Christening, wedding or for a collector.
Ref: 6253
Price: £49




Sheffield 1930 solid silver set of pretty rat tail coffee spoons by very good makers Cooper Brothers and Sons.
Sheffield 1930 English hallmarked solid silver set of 3 Hanoverian pattern coffee spoons with nice rat tail bowls Cooper Brothers and Sons.
Size-4 3/8 inches long.
Weight-45 grams.
Very nice spoons in very good condition.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.
Ref: 5440
Price: £44




London 1917 pair of solid silver Old English pattern coffee spoons by Josiah Williams and David Landsborough Fullerton.
London 1917 pair of English hallmarked solid silver Old English pattern coffee spoons, with long egg shaped bowls made by the Josiah Williams Co., by David Landsborough Fullerton.
In good condition, with a few marks of wear to the bowls, these measure 4 1/8 inches long, and weigh 25 grams together.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.
Ref: 5380
Price: £26





Stunning Birmingham 1936 superior quality solid silver hallmarked Art Deco period four piece tea and coffee service.
Birmingham 1936 English hallmarked hexagonal shaped solid silver four piece tea and coffee service made in a heavy gauge of solid silver.
This iconic Art Deco period service is highlighted with a layered geometric pattern edge on all pieces, and carved and shaped Bakelite handles as well as Bakelite and silver finials. The sugar bowl and jug have shaped silver handles.
The hinges are flush fitted on the coffee and teapots, a sign of the finest quality, while the finials echo the hexagonal shape of the silver, and the handles are all designed with geometric shapes and carvings. All pieces stand on collet feet, and are fully and clearly hallmarked exactly the same on each piece.
Made by the Charles S. Green and Co., Birmingham makers, who retailed their wares in Hatton Garden, London.
Size-Teapot 11 inches long (spout to handle) by 5.25 inches wide by 5.5 inches high.
Coffee pot-9 inches long by 4 inches wide by 7 inches high.
Sugar bowl-6.75 inches long by 3.25 inches wide by 2 78 inches high.
Milk jug-6.5 inches long by 3.25 inches wide by 2 7/8 inches high.
Weight-Teapot-665 grams; Coffee pot-635 grams; Sugar bowl-180 grams; Milk jug-170 grams.
They weigh a heavy 1665 grams or over 53 troy ounces total.
A really lovely and beautifully crafted service that has been professionally polished and is ready to present.
In these days of soaring silver prices, it would be a prudent investment to also use and enjoy, or to present as a wonderful gift.
A fine and iconic service in very good condition, very heavy, and offered at a wonderful price.
Ref: 6198
This item has been sold





Birmingham 1931 stunning large English hallmarked solid silver tray with handles, made by BARKER BROTHERS, excellent makers, and weighing over 3 kilos!
Birmingham 1931 superb very large English hallmarked solid silver footed tray with twin handles, having lovely oval shape, shaped moulded edge, and supported on hoof feet. Made by Barker Brothers of Unity Works, Constitution Hill, Birmingham, excellent makers. Trays of this quality and weight don't come along very often.
This would be suitable in size for a 4-5 piece tea service if desired.
Made in the Chippendale 18th century style, this was a gift to John Garfield Davies in the year it was made, from his parishioners in Manorbier, St. James, Wales. It includes the provenance of the historical inscription, which can be arranged to be removed if so desired.
During the Depression, when this was made, it would have been extremely expensive, so John Davies was obviously held in great esteem.
Size-24.5 inches long, handle to handle, by 15 inches wide.
Weight-more than 100 troy ounces, or over 3.1 kilos of sterling silver!
Suitable for a tea service, serving drinks or food, or to hold a decanter and drink glasses.
This is an unusually large tray, having an extremely thick and heavy gauge of silver, and very clear hallmarks. This beautifully crafted tray is in very good condition.
With the soaring prices of silver over the last few years, it would also be a most prudent investment, as well as a very functional and beautiful piece to use and display.
Its beauty will be appreciated while this lovely piece appreciates in value.
Ref: 5048
This item has been sold





Sheffield 1893 Victorian solid silver large twin handled tray by makers Harrison Brothers and Howson.
Sheffield 1893 Victorian large simple and elegant English hallmarked solid silver tray with very clear hallmarks, made by Harrison Brothers and Howson, a firm who began in 1847, and continues today.
The tray is oblong in shape, and has a gadrooned and moulded edge, the whole supported by twin cast gadrooned edged handles accented with leaves to handle bases.
Size-24 inches long by 14.75 inches wide.
Weight-81 troy ounces, or 2.5 kilos!
This tray would be lovely to support a tea/coffee service or decanter service, makes a great drinks tray, or will elegantly serve food.
A wonderful example, and found in very good original condition.
Please note that the tea service shown in one photo is for sale separately, but would be very compatible with this tray. Search under tea service for full details.

Ref: 5426
This item has been sold



 
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