HAMMERED SILVER TEAPOT, H 6" TO THE HANDLE:Japanese aesthetic, ovoid shape with hammered surface, a removable cover, and wrapped bamboo hand...
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.
Traveling tea set, ca. 1879 Christopher Dresser (British, 1834–1904); Hukin & Heath (Birmingham, founded 1855) Gilt and silver-plated white metal, split bamboo, leather-covered wood with velvet and glazed cotton linings
Silver tea pot
Elkington and Co., Frederick Elkington, "Archaic" teapot, Aesthetic Movement, between 1885 and 1886, hammered silver repoussé, applied, engraved, partly gilded and horn
Antique Russian Tula silver gilt service
Russian Tula Silver-Gilt Teapot c. 19th century
A Porcelain Cobalt-Blue Ground and Silver Overlay, Height 6 x width 9 inches / UNSOLD Estimate $400 – $600 Starting Bid $300
Paul Revere Teapot Pauls father was a Huguenot who fled France due to Religious Persecution