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TEA AND COFFEE PARAPHERNALIA
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Sheffield 1903 superb set of 12 solid silver coffee spoons by famous maker JOHN ROUND.
Sheffield 1903 set of English hallmarked solid silver heavy and beautifully designed coffee spoons by famous maker John Round, known for his Edwardian aesthetic designs.
Unusual to find in a full set of 12 spoons, these have lovely flowing lines to the stems and oval bowls.
Weight-180 grams.
Size-4.25 inches long.
A stylish elegant and beautifully designed set of spoons by a famous maker, made in a great weight of silver.
In very good condition, and very pretty and functional to accompany a coffee or tea service.
Ref: 5463
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Aynsley bone china coffee service for six including matching English hallmarked solid silver silver and enamel coffee spoons.
Aynsley very fine quality bone china cased set of six vintage coffee cans and saucers, and six matching English hallmarked solid silver and enamel coffee spoons hallmarked Birmingham 1961, made by Turner and Simpson. The six spoons alone have significant value.
The china is a crimson and cream, with a rich gilt leafy pattern, and is marked number 163. The spoons echo the colour and design of the china.
The whole is encased in original blue fitted case, and is in original pristine condition.
Retailed by Garrard's, very fine maker's and retailers of fine wares, makers to the Queen.
A stunning and complete service for six people, comprising 18 pieces plus case. They will look wonderful on a festive table, or make a great gift for wedding or anniversary.
Ref: 4587
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Birmingham 1947 rare solid silver teapot shaped two piece swiveling tea strainer.
Birmingham 1947 rare English hallmarked solid silver tea strainer with the most unusual design of a pierced strainer mounted on a swivelling holder, which then drains into teapot shaped stand having a spout. The drained contents are then poured out through the spout.
The handle is carved ebony.
Made by silversmith Hugo Klugmann of Regent Street in London and Germany.
This striking tea strainer made in solid silver, and is so stylish and cleverly made. It is a useful strainer, and perfect for either the tea lover, or the collector of novelty silver.
Size-7 inches long by 2.5 inches diameter by 2.25 inches high.
Weight-70 grams.
I have never seen another like it.
With some bumps to both sections, this rare and stylish piece is in good condition overall.
Ref: 4871
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LIBERTY AND CO, Birmingham 1932 set of six solid silver coffee spoons in the original fitted case, made by these famous and collectable makers.
Birmingham 1932 English hallmarked solid silver set of 6 coffee spoons in a heavy gauge of silver by famed makers Liberty and Co, and bearing their diamond shaped makers mark.
The shaped stems with long leafy design are very elegant and lovely, and most reminiscent of this era of Liberty style silversmithing.
They feel lovely and well balanced to hold.
Liberty and Company was a very prestigious store in London, and sold the finest objects. They had and still have great influence on British design.
Size-4 3/8 inches long by 7/8 inches wide.
Weight-78 grams, silver only. Weight including case-approximately 300 grams.
Fitted into the original pink satin lined, green case (one catch does not latch), having two catches.
An elegant and stylish set by famous and collectable makers in very good condition, to use for coffee and tea.
Two additional spoons sold separately, if desired to expand the set to 8. They are exactly the same but dated a few years later.
Ref: 6156
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Solid silver English hallmarked fine quality two piece tea strainer and stand with lovely pierced work.
Solid silver English hallmarked two piece tea strainer with beautifully shaped and pierced stem and bowl and the original drip bowl or stand having a chased basket weave edge, and standing on a pedestal foot.
Made by E. Scott and Company, and hallmarked in Sheffield in 1947. Also marked Made in Sheffield England on both pieces and with the number T299.
The heavy gauge of silver, and the fine design lifts this above other tea strainers.
Size-5 1/8 inches long by 2.5 inches wide by 1 1/8 inches high.
Weight-100 grams.
A wonderful piece to own, or a wonderful gift for the tea drinker.
In very good condition, heavy in weight, beautifully worked, and lovely quality.
Ref: 5962
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Sheffield 1924 solid silver large cream jug by WALKER AND HALL.
Sheffield 1924 English hallmarked solid silver generously sized squat circular cream jug by famous maker Walker and Hall.
With Greek key design girdle below rim, and leaf and foliate handle, this is a very attractive piece, as well as being very useful.
Heavy at 185 grams.
Size-6 inches long by 4 inches wide by 3 inches high, including handle.
In very good condition.
Ref: 4953
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London 1883 solid silver engraved cream jug by Edward Hutton.
London 1883 English hallmarked solid silver cream jug with particularly lovely all around engraving, and very pretty shape.
Lovely oval shape with wide curving spout and elegant c scroll handle.
Made by famous maker Edward Hutton.
Size-4.5 inches long by 2 inches wide by 2.5 inches high, including handle.
Weight-80 grams.
Small in size, and beautifully made, this is a fine and unusual Victorian silver jug in very good condition with just one line mark to one lower engraved panel.
Very useful for cream, milk or sauce.
Ref: 4954
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London 1815 solid silver set of 6 matching Georgian teaspoons in very good condition.
London 1815 English hallmarked solid silver set of 6 Georgian teaspoons in Old English pattern, with typical Georgian pointed bowls and very clear hallmarks, all matching.
Incredibly, the points on the bowls are still sharp.
Size-5.25 inches long by 1 1/8 inches wide.
Weight-90 grams.
Made by Thomas Wallis II and Jonathan Hayne.
It is very unusual to find a set of 6 matching Georgian teaspoons, and even more unusual to find them in this condition.
Perfect when serving tea or coffee, making a very simple and elegant statement. They will blend with any pattern or decor.
Very graceful and beautifully made spoons in very good condition at nearly 200 years old!
They are delightful to hold.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.
Ref: 5436
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Birmingham 1823 rare shaped solid silver tea caddy spoon by very good maker John Bettridge.
Birmingham 1823 George IV English hallmarked solid silver rare form tea caddy spoon by very good maker John Bettridge.
Unusual rectangular shaped bowl having shaped edges is engraved with a wriggle work design, as is the handle.
The reverse of the handle has a lovely and embellished rattail.
Hallmarks are extremely clear.
Size-3 inches long by 1.5 inches wide.
These were used to mix the tea leaves in the mixing bowls of tea caddys, and then to transfer the leaves to the pot for brewing. Now, can be used for anything.
A very pretty example of a caddy spoon, for the collector of caddy spoons, or of small silver.
It would look perfect in an antique tea caddy box.
In very good condition.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.

Ref: 5441
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Birmingham hallmarked silver and enamel beautiful set of 6 coffee spoons in the original case.
Birmingham 1957-1961 set of 6 beautifully crafted English hallmarked solid silver and enamel coffee spoons, made by Henry Clifford Davis, and retailed by famous makers MAPPIN AND WEBB, famous firm who only sold the finest silver.
Each spoon is enamelled to front and back of stem, as well as to back of bowl. Each one is enamelled in a different colour.
At a very good weight of 70 grams together, they are well balanced in the hand.
Size-3.75 inches long by .75 inches wide.
A really lovely set of silver in their original fitted case. They are in very good condition and will make a beautiful gift.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.
Ref: 5413
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