Georgian Silver Hollow ware and Flatware 

Sterling Silver Georgian Tea & Coffee Pots
Sterling silver Georgian teapot by Alice and Geroge Burrows, London circa 1811, boat shaped with double crests and claw feet with wooden finnial and handle  6-1/2" tall and 11-1/2" from spout to handle

Georgian 18th century sterling coffee pot by William Williams, London, circa 1742, typical Rococo taste and original decoratio, extremely heavy weight and cast spout and mounts, measuring 9-3/4" tall and 7-1/2" with a carved wooden handle, chased and 4" diameter
Sterling silver Georgian boat shaped teapot with gadrooning around top rim and bottom with ball feet by D. Urquart and N. Hart, London circa 1818, measuring 10-1/4" from spout to handle and 6" at highest point

Sterling silver Georgian tea service (4 pieces) with teapot (10-1/2" spout to handle), oval stand (6-12" L), sugar (7-1/2" L X 4-1/4 H)  and creamer (5-1/2" L X 4" H)  circa 1804 by John Eames, London, with Neoclassical Grecian key design

Three Piece Georgian Tea Set
Sterling silver Georgian tea service (3 pieces) with teapot circa 1815 6"H X 11-1/2" L) with sugar (4" H X 9"H)  and creamer (4"H X 6-1/2"L)  circa 1813 by J. W. Story & W. Elliott. London, with gadoon and shell motif and ball feet

Georgian Silver Creamers
Georgian Creamer
Georgian sterling  helmet creamer by William Stroud, London, circa 1790, measuring 5-1/2" at the handle with the base 2-1/8" squared

Georgian sterling creamer London cira 1787-88 with some repair noted and unengraved  cartouche on the front measuring 4-1/2" tall
Georgian sterling oversized helmet shaped creamer by Will Simons, London, circa 1790, measuring 8-1/4" tall and the foot measuring 2-5/8" squared

Scottish sterling set of six Georgian tablespoons with bright cut engraving all with the same monogrm "AM", Edinburgh, three spoons  from 1799 by Frances Howden,  and the other three from 1812 by Alexander Hendeson

 Georgian Sauce and Gravy boats
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Georgian sterling gravy boat with acanthus leaf open handle, London, circa 1817, by Joseph Lock, 6-1/4" long and 4-1/4" tall at handle
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Georgian sterling Irish gravy boat by William Hamey circa 1800 measuring 3-3/4" tall from top of handle

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Sterling silver Georgian coral baby teether and rattle, London, circa 1800 by D. Urquart and N. Hart, measuring 5-3/4" long by 2-1/2" wide

Sterling silver Georgian 18th century asparagus tongs, measuring 9-3/4" long, London, circa 1799,  by Joseph Barnard
 Scottish 18th century sterling fish slice with green stained handle by W.P. Cunningham, circa 1797-1798, Edinburgh, measuring 13-1/2"
Sterling silver serving ladle made by William Eley, 1831, London, measuring 13-1/4" with a very heavy gauge and  shell motif

Georgian sterling punch strainer, circa 1797, London measuring 3" in diameter with an additional 1-1/8" the length of the handle and 1" tall