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ATTRACTIVE COLLECTIBLE GEORGIAN BLACK BASALT TEA POT & OVAL PLATTER c.1800

ATTRACTIVE COLLECTIBLE GEORGIAN BLACK BASALT TEA POT & OVAL PLATTER c.1800

Sèvres, Jean-Marie-Ferdinand Régnier: Coffee and Tea Service, circa 1855-61

Sèvres, Jean-Marie-Ferdinand Régnier: Coffee and Tea Service, circa 1855-61

Blue & white chocolate pot with silver repairs, c.1750 via Past Imperfect: the art of inventive repair.

Blue & white chocolate pot with silver repairs, c.1750 via Past Imperfect: the art of inventive repair.

Chocolate pot, 1700–1710  Edward Winslow (American, 1669–1753), Maker  Made in Boston, Massachusetts  Silver

Chocolate pot, 1700–1710 Edward Winslow (American, 1669–1753), Maker Made in Boston, Massachusetts Silver

made London 1833 Antique Silver George III Melon Shaped Coffee Pot with silver handle, a thistle finial, the pot stands on a round base. Hallmarked on inside of the lid, top of handle and on the underside of the pot.

made London 1833 Antique Silver George III Melon Shaped Coffee Pot with silver handle, a thistle finial, the pot stands on a round base. Hallmarked on inside of the lid, top of handle and on the underside of the pot.

Georgian Silver Coffee Pot, London 1783, Hester Bateman.

GEORG JENSEN Grape Sterling Candlesticks c1950

1stdibs - A+Rare+Unmarked+Adams+Blue+And+White+Jasper+Teapot explore items from 1,700+ global dealers at 1stdibs.com

A Rare Unmarked Adams Blue And White Jasper Teapot

1stdibs - A+Rare+Unmarked+Adams+Blue+And+White+Jasper+Teapot explore items from 1,700+ global dealers at 1stdibs.com

Paul Storr, English Georgian Sterling Silver Coffeepot on Stand 1811 -  approx. 11 1/2" tall to the top of the handle and is approx. 7" in diameter at its widest point

Paul Storr, English Georgian Sterling Silver Coffeepot on Stand 1811 - approx. 11 1/2" tall to the top of the handle and is approx. 7" in diameter at its widest point

LavishShoestring.com archive | A GEORGE III SILVER TEA-URN  MARK OF HENRY GREENWAY, LONDON, 1780

LavishShoestring.com archive | A GEORGE III SILVER TEA-URN MARK OF HENRY GREENWAY, LONDON, 1780

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