TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE

A French Silver Six-Piece Tea and Coffee Service Maker: Charles-Nicholas Odiot Paris, France 20th century Kettle height 35cm

A Danish Silver Three-Piece Coffee Service and Tray Maker: Georg Jensen & Wendel A/S Denmark Early 20th century Tray length 29cm

A Danish Silver Five-Piece Coffee Service and Two Trays Maker: Georg Jensen Denmark Early 20th century Silver and ivory Tray diameter 28cm

A Danish Silver Five-Piece Coffee Service and Two Trays Maker: Georg Jensen Denmark Early 20th century Silver and ivory Tray width 26.5cm

An Austro-Hungarian Silver Tea and Coffee Service Maker: J.C. KLINKOSCH Vienna, Austria c. 1880 Silver and wood Tray: Width 68.5cm

A Dutch Silver Tea-Kettle and Stand Maker: Theodorus Gerardus Bentvelt Retailed by Bonebakker & Zoon Amsterdam, the Netherlands Second Half 19th Century Height 36.5cm

A Pair of George II Silver Tea Caddies and a Mixing Bowl Maker: Samuel Taylor London, England 1752 Height 15cm

A French Silver Coffee Pot and Sugar Bowl Maker: François-Désiré Froment Meruice Paris, France c. 1840 Diameter 31cm

An American Silver Four Piece Tea Service Maker: Tiffany and Co. New York, the United States c. 1880 Silver and ivory Kettle height 41.5cm

A Victorian Four Piece Silver Tea Service Maker: Benjamin Smith III London, England 1837 Silver, silver-gilt and ivory Hot water jug height 24cm

An Empire Style Tea Urn Maker: Jacques-Henri Fauconnier Paris, France 1819–1838 Silver-gilt and ivory Height 50.5cm

An Austrian Silver Tea Service Maker: Josef Carl Klinkosch Vienna, Austria c. 1880 Silver, silver-gilt and ivory Kettle height 26cm

George III Silver Tea Urn Maker: John Robins London, England 1802 Height 47cm

Edwardian Kettle and Stand Maker: Lionel Alfred Crichton London, England 1909 Britannia silver and fruitwood Height 33.5cm

A French Silver Ewer and Basin Maker: Bointaburet Paris, France Late 19th century Tray diameter 40cm

A George III Silver Kettle on Stand Maker: Paul Storr London, England 1796 Height 42.5 cm

A French Silver Ewer and Basin Maker: Hyacinthe-Prosper Bourg Paris, France 1819-1838 Ewer height 35.5cm

A French Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Service Maker: Charles Harleux Paris, France c. 1900 Silver and ivory Coffee pot height 27.5cm

A French Coffee Pot Maker: Odiot Paris, France c. 1860 Silver and ivory Height 34cm

A French Silver-Gilt Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Service Maker: Odiot Paris, France c. 1860 Silver-gilt Diameter 24.5cm

A Victorian Six-Piece Silver Tea and Coffee Service Maker: John Hunt and Robert Roskell London, England 1866–1867 Silver, silver-gilt and ivory Coffee Pot height 25cm

A Pair of George II Silver Two-Handled Cups and Covers Maker: David Willaume II London, England 1731 Diameter 26cm

A George IV Coffee Pot Maker: Paul Storr London, England 1823 Silver and ivory Height 26cm

A French Coffee Pot Unknown maker France c. 1800 Silver and ivory Height 38cm

A French Parcel-Gilt Silver Coffee Pot and Sugar Bowl Maker: Jean-Valentin Morel Paris, France c. 1860 Diameter 20cm

A French Tea and Coffee Service Maker: Fouquet-Lapar Paris, France Early 20th century Silver and ivory Kettle height 44cm

A George III Tea Urn Maker: John Wakelin and William Taylor London, England 1791 Silver and ivory Height 43cm

A French Coffee Service Maker: Edmond Tetard Paris, France Late 19th century Coffee pot height 17cm

An American Tea Service Maker: Arthur J. Stone Massachusetts, the United States c. 1932 Silver and wood Kettle height 30.3.cm

An American Tea and Coffee Service Maker: John Smith Maryland, the United States c. 1820 Silver, silver-gilt and ivory Coffee pot height 25cm

An American Tea and Coffee Service Maker: Tiffany and Co. New York, the United States 1881-1891 (predominantly), 1907–1947 (tray and one creamer) Silver, silver-gilt and ivory Tray diameter 33cm

A Victorian Tea and Coffee Service Maker: Majority by John Hunt and Robert Roskell London, England 1866–1901 Silver, silver-gilt and ivory Coffee pot height 35cm

An American Tea and Coffee Service Maker: Gorham Manufacturing Company Rhode Island, the United States 1913 Silver and ivory Tray width 82cm

A Russian Tea and Coffee Service Maker: Matvei Gretchushnikov Moscow, Russia 1815 and 1831 Silver and bone Tray width 60cm

An American Tea and Coffee Service Maker: Nicholas J. Bogert of Tiffany and Co. New York, the United States c. 1865 Silver and ivory Coffee pot height 24cm

An American Coffee Pot Maker: S. Kirk & Son Co. Maryland, the United States Early 20th century Silver and ivory Height 23.5cm

An American Silver and Gold Tea Set Maker: Ubaldo Vitali New Jersey, the United States Late 20th century Gold, silver and ivory Teapot height 16cm

A Russian Tea and Coffee Service Maker: Antip Kuzmichev Retailed by Tiffany & Co. Moscow, Russia 1899–1908 Silver-gilt and cloisonné Tray width 38cm

A Russian Silver-Gilt and Champlevé Enamel Tea and Coffee Service Maker: Pavel Ovchinnikov Moscow, Russia 1876 Silver-gilt, ivory and champlevé enamel Tray diameter 39.7cm

A Danish Coffee Service Maker: Georg Jensen Denmark, Copenhagen 1933-1977 Silver and ebony Tray length 33cm

A Danish Silver Tea-Urn Maker: Georg Jensen Denmark, Copenhagen 1920 Silver and ebony Height 35.5cm

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