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This page is for Tea & Coffee Sets and parts including Tea Pots, Coffee Pots, Cream Pots, Sugar Bowls, and Waste Bowls; for small accessories such as Tea Caddies and Caddy Spoons, Tea and Spout Strainers, and Tea Balls please access Tea Accessories. Antique American silver from this web page of Civil War vintage and earlier will also be listed on our Coin Silver Holloware web page together with all holloware from that early period. If you are interested in Baltimore repoussé examples, you may access the archival Baltimore Repoussé Tea Sets and parts which shows examples we have offered in the past. If a piece is marked Hold or Layaway it has been reserved by a customer; if it is marked Sold it is no longer available. Please use the inventory number during correspondence to help us identify a particular item. To examine our latest additions please check out our New Listings.

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1536-45.jpg (38531 bytes) 1536-45. Assembled George V Silver Small 5 Piece Tea Set in a Queen Anne octagonal style on ring foot, the Cream Pot and Covered Sugar Bowl with cast double scroll handle, the Tea Pot with hinged cover and carved s-scroll  wood handle, the octagonal Tea Pot Stand with molded rim and four paneled feet; the cream pot, sugar bowl, and waste bowl marked by Lionel A. Crichton for Crichton Bros. at London in 1927/28, the Tea Pot and Stand  marked by their Crichton & Co. division in New York NY, c.1925-1930. All pieces engraved with armorial within scroll reserve. Tea Pot: 6.75" high, 9.12" long, 5" wide 1.5 pint capacity; Stand: 0.75" high, 5.38" wide; Sugar Bowl: 5.5" high, 6.25" long, 4.25" wide; Cream Pot: 3.25" high, 5" long, 3" wide; Waste Bowl: 2.25" high, 4.38" wide; 53.6 troy oz. total. STOLEN!! If seen please contact us.
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1407-01.jpg (38741 bytes) 1407-01. Antique American Silver Coffee Pot with acorn finial, foliate chased spout and carved wood handle; marked by Amable Braiser of Philadelphia PA c.1810-1830. Mono "JMS". 11.25" high, 11.75" long, 5.0" foot diameter, 3.5 pints capacity, 37 troy oz. Chip missing from handle. $ 3,500.
1536-47.jpg (51792 bytes) 1536-47. George V Silver Coffee Pot in the George I style with tapering body ending in a rounded base above an "L" shaped ring foot, the high domed hinged cover with applied decoration below the turned wooden finial, the snanneck spout with facetted lower section, the carved wooden c-scroll handle fitting into sockets; marked [LAC] by Lionel A. Crichton for Crichton Bros. at London in 1921/22. No mono. 8.75" high, 7.5" long, 3.75" wide, 19.3 troy oz. gross, 1.5 pints capacity. $ 900.
1465-13.jpg (39117 bytes) 1465-13. Edward VII Silver Coffee Jug of oval barrel form with hinged cover and wooden c-scroll handle; marked by C. S. Harris & Sons Ltd. at London in 1910/11. No mono. 7.5" high, 8.25" long, 4.0" wide, 2.25 pints capacity, 17.1 troy oz. gross. STOLEN!! If seen please contact us.
1536-46.jpg (59508 bytes) 1536-46. George V Silver Hot Water Kettle on Stand, the pot of octagonal reproduction form with silver-mounted wood swing handle, the stand supporting a burner within four cat scroll legs on bun feet, two chained keys permit separation of the pot from the stand and hinge; marked by C. S. Harris & Sons Ltd. at London in 1928/29. 14.5" overall, 70 troy oz.; Pot: 10.5" high, 8.5" long, 6.5" wide 3.25 pints capacity; Stand: 4.25" high, 7.25" wide. The burner is a replacement. The engraved armorial matches the Crichton Small Tea Set #1536-45. STOLEN!! If seen please contact us.
1519-10.jpg (40550 bytes) 1519-10. Pair Antique American Silver Café au Lait Pots of tapering cylindrical form with opposing tapering turned mahogany(?) handles consisting of a coffee pot with swan neck spout and and a milk pot with pitcher spout, narrow engraved flral and foliate band below the lip rim, the removable covers with ball hinges (some dings); marked by Howard & Co. of New York NY in 1911. Mono "M.C." These pots are designed to pour their contents simultaneously into one cup from opposing hands. Coffee Pot: 4.88" high, 6.5" long, 4" wide, 2.88" foot diameter, 7.8 troy oz,, 1 cup capacity; Milk Pot: 4.88" high, 6.25" long, 2.88" foot diameter, 7.4 troy oz,, 1 cup capacity. Some dings to the ball hinges. $ 600.
1408-02.jpg (37819 bytes) 1408-02. Antique American Silver Coffee Pot in a double swell form on domed foot, the spout, handle, and sides chased with floral and foliate decoration, the foot with similar applied band, domed cover with cast Chinaman finial; made by Samuel Kirk and struck with the Baltimore assay marks used by Samuel Steele c.1831-1834 11.25" high, 12.75" long, 5.12" foot diameter, 4.5 pints capacity, 40 troy oz. Mono erased. Split in cover decoration. $ 3,000.
1146-31.jpg (39066 bytes) 1146-31. Antique American Silver Tea Pot in the 'Empire' style; marked by Samuel Kirk and struck with the Baltimore City marks used by assayer Samuel Steele c.1834-1843. Mono "JAH". 9.5" high, 10.5" long, 4.75" foot diameter, 3.25 pints capacity, 31.4 troy oz. Handle a bit loose due to insulator shrinkage. $ 2,500.
1523-15.jpg (38803 bytes) 1523-15. Antique German Silver Tea Pot of pear form on four bun feet, applied narrow reeded lip rim, side-hinged domed cover with bolted finial, ivory s-scroll handle; marked by Gebr. Sommé c.1870-1890. Engraved mono "WG" below a coronet. 8.25" high, 8.75" long, 5.5" wide, 3 pints capacity, 21.3 troy oz. gross. Usual cracks in ivory handle. STOLEN!! If seen please contact us.
1526-13.JPG (38164 bytes) 1526-13. Antique American Silver Tea Pot of globular form on short pedestal foot, the hinged cover, handle, spout, body and foot chased with floral repoussé decoration; made by Andrew E. Warner of Baltimore MD, c.1845-1870. Script mono "FAvonK". 8.5" high, 10.5" long, 6.75" wide, 5" foot diameter, 2.5 pints capacity, 38.5 troy oz. This is marked [112] which is the sterling standard. SOLD

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1516-16.jpg (37075 bytes) 1516-16. Antique American Silver Cream Pot & Sugar Bowl of classical oblong form on conforming pedestal foot, the body lobed below an applied wide milled grapevine band with repoussé detailing, applied with narrow milled shell bands on the foot and lip, hollow angular scroll handles, the sugar bowl cover with cast and chased bud finial applied above a chased foliate repoussé decorated dome; marked only on the sugar bowl by John Crawford of New York NY, working 1815-1835. Cream Pot: 6.62" high, 6.75" long, 3.5" wide, foot 3.25: long & 2.5" wide, 9.1 troy oz.; Sugar Bowl: 8.75" high, 8.75" long, 4.62" wide, foot 4" long & 3.25" wide, 17 troy oz. Engraved on the inside foot of both pieces "The Gift of Geo. Brinckerhoff to M. A. Woodhull". STOLEN!! If seen please contact us.
1378-34.jpg (39513 bytes) 1378-34. Antique American Silver Cream Pot & Sugar Bowl of pedestal form with applied milled rim (#1735); made by the Gorham Mfg. Co. of Providence RI in 1881. Mono "KMH". Cream Pot: 2.88" high, 4.5" long, 3.5" rim diameter, 2.19" foot diameter; 3.25" high, 5.31" long, 3.88" rim diameter, 2.62" foot diameter; 9.0 troy oz. total. $ 325.
1468-03.jpg (38233 bytes) 1468-03. Antique American Silver Cream Pot & Covered Sugar Bowl with cast and chased s-scroll handles, the bodies and cover chased with repoussé floral decoration; marked by S. Kirk & Son of Baltimore MD, c.1870-1890. Mono "EEJ". Cream Pot: 3.25" high, 4.25" long, 3.12" wide, 2.5" lip diameter; Sugar Bowl: 4.5" high, 5.12" long, 3.75" wide, 2.75" lip diameter; 10.5 troy oz. total. Worn surface. $ 675.
1369-02.jpg (39638 bytes) 1369-02. Antique American Silver Cream Pot & Sugar Bowl of double bellied form on flaring foot, the foot and lip rims formed of foliate milled bands, fancy scroll handles, the sides and gilt interior with acid matte finish (#128); marked "ENGLISH STERLING" and "STARR & MARCUS", New York NY, c.1865-1877. Mono "W". Cream Pot: 3.25" high, 5.56" long, 2.12" foot diameter; Sugar Bowl: 3.0" high, 5.38" long, 2.12" foot diameter; 9.2 troy oz. total. $ 450.
1507-41.jpg (37571 bytes) 1507-41. Antique American Silver Cream Pot & Covered Sugar Bowl of apple form with cast and chased s-scroll handles, the cream pot with chased repoussé mask spout and gilt interior, the slip-in sugar bowl cover, cylindrical necks, and bodies chased allover with floral, foliate, butterfly, and/or bird repoussé decoration; marked by Welsh & Bro. of Baltimore MD, c.1883-1890. Intertwined mono "LWW". Sugar Bowl: 5.75" high, 5.75" long, 4.0" wide, 2.5" foot diameter, 2.75" lip diameter, 12.1 troy oz.; Cream Pot: 5.25", 4.5" long, 3.5" wide, 2.25" foot diameter, 2.5" lip diameter, 7.8 troy oz. Some surface wear. $ 900.

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1357-32.jpg (59034 bytes) 1357-32. Antique American Silver Cream Pot of helmet form on squat pedestal base, chased allover with floral repoussé decoration, cast angular "ram's head" handle; made by Samuel Kirk and struck with the late Baltimore City Assay marks used by Samuel Steele c.1834-1843. 7.5" high, 6.5" long, 3.44" foot diameter, 14.25 troy oz. Small crack at rim adjoining upper handle joint. Intertwined mono "KMcK" possibly for a member of the McKim family. $ 1,250.

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Last updated 17 January 2013