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Pearlware coffeepot, pear shaped with domed

Pearlware coffeepot, pear shaped with domed lid, flower springs with cobalt borders, unmarked, probably British, early 19th century, 11-1/2 in. One 4 in....

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  • Pearlware coffeepot, pear shaped with domed
    lid, flower springs with cobalt borders, unmarked, probably British, early 19th century, 11-1/2 in. One 4 in. rim crack, very small spout chips, lid with 3/4 in. rim chip ... [more like this]
  • English silver coffeepot, pear shaped with
    domed lid, wooden scroll handle, gadroon border, marks crude and misplaced, possibly forged marks for Hester Bateman, London, 1781, no monogram, .925 fine, 33.03 oz.T., 12-5/8 ... [more like this]
  • George V Eight-Piece Britannia Standard (.958)
    Silver Tea and Coffee Service with Later Sterling Silver Tray, hallmarked London, 1916-1917, by Lionel Alfred Creighton, in the Queen Anne taste, including a kettle-on-stand, ... [more like this]
  • Two pewter coffeepots and two pewter teapots
    g & w troy, ny , savage, ct. and babbitt & crossman co. The first coffeepot of molded lighthouse form with leaf decorated handle, and domed lid, the second coffepot of ... [more like this]
  • Early Victorian Scottish Four-Piece Cased
    Partial Coffee and Tea Service, hallmarked Edinburgh, 1844-1846, by Marshall and Sons, including a kettle-on-stand, h. 14", dia. 8", a coffeepot, h. 11-1/2", dia. 5", a teapot, ... [more like this]
  • Three Associated George IV Silver Tablewares,
    London, 1823-24, comprising a coffeepot, 1823, John Angell, maker, baluster form, chased and embossed throughout with flowers and C-scrolls on stippled ground, with central ... [more like this]
  • The Loring Andrews Co. Sterling Six-Piece
    Repousse Tea and Coffee Service, Cincinnati, late 19th century, comprising balustroid coffeepot, teapot, creamer, and pear-shaped covered sugar, open sugar, and kettle on ... [more like this]
  • Continental .800 Silver Four Piece Rococo
    Revival Tea and Coffee Service, likely Italian, mid 20th century, comprising diagonally fluted pear shaped coffeepot, teapot, creamer, and covered sugar, with squat domed ... [more like this]
  • Early George III Sterling Silver Rococo Coffeepot,
    hallmarked London, 1764-1765, the maker's mark rubbed, the pear-shaped body decorated with repousse flowers on a trellis ground and centering on opposing C-scroll cartouches, ... [more like this]
  • Sterling Silver Four-Piece Coffee and Tea
    Set, second quarter 20th century, probably Hanau, Germany, including a coffeepot, h. 9-3/4", teapot, h. 8-3/4", creamer, h. 6-1/4", and sugarbowl, h. 5-1/4", in the Rococo ... [more like this]
  • Tiffany Sterling Silver Coffeepot, the pattern
    introduced 1937, this example 1947-1955, New York, in the Queen Anne taste, the pear-shaped body with domed lid, gooseneck spout and crested wooden handle, h. 9-1/2", dia. ... [more like this]
  • South American .900 Silver Coffeepot, late
    19th or early 20th century, of octagonally paneled pear-shaped form, the C-scroll handle with bone insulators, the hinged, domed lid with spherical bone finial, the "pelican's ... [more like this]
  • American Six-Piece Sterling Silver Coffee
    and Tea Service, second quarter 20th century, by William B. Durgin Co., Concord, New Hampshire, later Providence, Rhode Island, of Louis XV inspiration, including a kettle-on-stand, ... [more like this]
  • Large German 12 Lot (.750) Silver Coffeepot,
    third quarter 19th century, the pear-shaped body decorated with two engraved bands of stylized leaves on a matte ground, continuing to the "gooseneck" spout, raised on a circular ... [more like this]
  • Magnificent Victorian Six-Piece Sterling
    Silver Coffee and Tea Set and Monumental William IV Sterling Silver Tray, the coffee and tea set hallmarked London, 1880-1881, by George Fox, including a kettle-on-stand, ... [more like this]
  • Four pewter coffeepots a. griswold, meriden,
    ct Each with domed lid on an incised or molded elongated pear-form body, three unmarked. H: 10 1/2 to 11 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Stanley and Rose Rich pewter ... [more like this]
  • George III Silver Coffeepot John Langlands
    & John Robertson, Newcastle, 1784 The pear-form body continuing to an elongated domed lid with reeded urn-form finial, raised on a reeded-edge circular base. Marked on underside ... [more like this]
    WHIPHAM AND CHARLES WRIGHT, LONDON, 1764-65. , , Of inverted pear form within a gadrooned border and rim, domed cover with acorn finial, leaf-capped fluted and scalloped ... [more like this]
  • International Kenilworth Sterling Tea Service
    American, 20th century: pear-form bodies, acanthus-capped scroll handles, domed lids, urn finials, 10-3/4 in. coffeepot, matching teapot, creamer, covered sugar, waste, marks ... [more like this]
  • Fine Duhme & Co sterling coffeepot Ohio circa
    1870-90 melon finial over conforming domed hinged cover on pear-form body heavily chased with foliate and flora design flanked by twig handle and vine-encrusted spout; marked: ... [more like this]

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