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Silver coffee pot and stand,1769s, English, Boulton & Fothergill- Example of neo-classical design, known to Matthew Boulton's contemporaries as the "antique manner', it was based on ancient Roman and Greek architectural and decoratie forms and became fashionable from around the 1760's.

Featuring her signature bead-line detailing and refined style, this fine George III silver wine funnel was crafted by the "Queen of the Silversmiths," Hester Bateman ~ M.S. Rau Antiques

A rare and outstanding Scottish silver teapot by Edward Lothian. Crafted in an impressive bullet shape, this charming teapot features a dramatic, wood-insulated handle, subtle bright-cut engraving around the rim and hinged lid, and bears the armorial crest of the Gordon family of Cluny Castle, Scotland and Tobago.