Georgian Silver Hollow ware and Flatware 

Georgian Sterling Silver
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

Sterling silver Georgian 18th century asparagus tongs, measuring 9-3/4" long, London, circa 1799,  by Joseph Barnard

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 sterling sugar basket was crafted by Robert and Samuel Hennell of London, circa 1818, and measures 7” long, and 3-3/4” high to the handle joint with an additional 4” in length with the handle upright
Georgian sterling silver punch strainer with handle, circa 1797, London measuring 3" in diameter with an additional 1-1/8" the length of the handle and 1" tall with very nice cut out work in the bowl
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, shell motif and ball feet

Georgian Creamer
Sterling silver serving ladle made by William Eley, 1831, London, measuring 13-1/4" with a classic design with a very heavy gauge and shell motif
18th century sterling wine funnel with three components that include the ring insert for placing the straining gauze, by the Peter & Ann Bateman , circa 1795, London, 5” X  3-1/8” 
 Scottish 18th century sterling fish slice with green stained handle by W.P. Cunningham, circa 1797-1798, Edinburgh, measuring 13-1/2" long with nice piercing/cut out work on the blade

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Georgian sterling gravy boat with acanthus leaf open handle with shell knees and stylized hoof feet, London, circa 1817, by Joseph Lock, 6-1/4" long and 4-1/4" tall at handle
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Sterling silver Georgian coral baby teether and rattle, circa 1815, possibly  by Charles Rawlings of London, measuring 6-7/8' " long and with coral branch teether 1-3/4 with whistle and all bells intact attached to dragons
Georgian sterling sauce boat by Robert Norman of London, circa 1771, measuring 6-1/2" long and 4-7/8" tall from top of handle, with lion knees and stylized hoof feet

Antique Queen Anne Britannia Standard silver (95.8%) sugar castor with a baluster body, elaborately pierced top, knop finial and bayonet hinge by James Rood, (Grimwade#2395) London, circa 1710, engraved with lion rampant inside scrolled frame crest, 9-7/8” tall w/foot diameter of 2-3/4”

Pair of 18th century sterling castors with beading and roping motifs by Hester Bateman, circa 1788, London, with finials in the shape of acorns and roping and motif  borders, measuring 5-1/4" tall and the diameter of the bases measuring 2-1/4"