We adore tea time at The Antique Guild!

Silver Tea Strainers

Figural Continental sterling silver tea strainer with angels and fruit, circa 1890s, 5-1/2" long $300.00     

Italian 800 silver standard tea strainer with putti and flowers surrounding the bolw 5-3/4" long                                            $175.00                              

Sterling German tea strainer with putti and musical instruments 5-1/2" long "EMF" mono

Mid 19th Century German pleasantly squat teapot hallmarked with the  13 lothige (812.5% silver standard) with Grecian key design framed cartouche measuring 8" tall to the finial and 8-3/4" across from the spout to the end of the hand

Sterling German tea strainer circa 1900 with swags, ribbons & flowers "ERN" mono  6"
 Sterling strainer, circa 1900, of 18th Century couples enjoying bucolic scenes  5-1/2" 
800 silver German tea strainer with open work on the handle circa 1900 6" long

Antique sterling cow creamer by Berthold Muller (worked from c.1890-1930) with English import marks along with the Hanau pseudo hallmarks measuring 2-7/8" tall at the horn tip and 4-3/8" long from muzzle to tail

Silver Tea Caddy Canisters
Sterling silver tea caddy by J.E. Caldwell circa 1910 with "KLL" monogram 4-1/2" tall
English sterlling tea caddy, Chester, circa 1901, With twisted finnial and claw feet  5-1/4" tall

Sterling tea caddy by Kirk with monogram "JWL" engraved on front 4" tall

19th Cenury Sterling Tea Caddy Spoons/Scoops
Sterling tea caddy spoon by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham, circa 1807, "JT" mono 3-1/4"
Sterling silver tea caddy spoon by Ludwig, Redlich & Co. circa 1890s  leaf bowl 3" long
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Sterling English tea caddy spoon, London, plain without a monogram, circa 1815, 3-1/2" long 

Sterling Tea Balls
Sterling tea ball by Jenkins & Jenkins of Baltimore, MD, 4-1/2" L

Sterling tea ball shaped as a tea pot with monogram "D" engraved on the top, 7"L

Egg-shaped sterling  tea ball infuser with chain, 2"W by 7"L