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ANTIQUE SILVER COFFEE POTS

View our antique silver coffee pots online by clicking any of the images to see an enlarged photograph. Our range of antique sterling silver coffee pots include examples from the Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian eras. To purchase any silver coffee pot online just click the Add to Order or Purchase Now button and receive free insured delivery. You may also be interested in Antique Silver Cafe Au Lait Pots.

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A Sterling silver Art Deco style coffee pot, having very plain panelled body with tapering sides, a wooden handle, a hinged lid with matching finial, and all sitting on a collet foot. Made by Mappin & Webb of Sheffield in 1950. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver coffee pot are length 20 cms (8 inches), height 19 cms (7.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 600g (19.4 troy ounces).

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A Sterling silver Art Deco style coffee pot, having very plain panelled body with tapering sides, a wooden handle, a hinged lid with matching finial, and all sitting on a collet foot. Made by Mappin & Webb of Sheffield in 1950. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver coffee pot are length 20 cms (8 inches), height 19 cms (7.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 600g (19.4 troy ounces).

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An Antique Victorian Sterling Silver coffee pot, in a Queen Anne style, having an oval tapering body with hand-chased half-fluted decoration, a wooden handle, a hinged lid with an invisible flat hinge and wooden finial, and all sitting on a pedestal foot. Made by Charles Stuart Harris of London in 1885. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver coffee pot are length 22 cms (8.5 inches), height 21 cms (8.25 inches), and it weighs approx. 340g (11 troy ounces).

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An Antique Victorian Sterling Silver coffee pot, in a Queen Anne style, having an oval tapering body with hand-chased half-fluted decoration, a wooden handle, a hinged lid with an invisible flat hinge and wooden finial, and all sitting on a pedestal foot. Made by Charles Stuart Harris of London in 1885. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver coffee pot are length 22 cms (8.5 inches), height 21 cms (8.25 inches), and it weighs approx. 340g (11 troy ounces).

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A Sterling Silver large sized fine hand-made panelled coffee pot with plain panelled body, a hinged lid with finial, a curved wooden handle, and all sitting on a pedestal foot. Made by William Bush of Sheffield in 1932. The dimensions of this fine silver coffee pot are length 24 cms (9.5 inches), height 29 cms (11.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 682g (22 troy ounces).

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A Sterling Silver large sized fine hand-made panelled coffee pot with plain panelled body, a hinged lid with finial, a curved wooden handle, and all sitting on a pedestal foot. Made by William Bush of Sheffield in 1932. The dimensions of this fine silver coffee pot are length 24 cms (9.5 inches), height 29 cms (11.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 682g (22 troy ounces).

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An Antique Georgian William IV Sterling Silver hand-chased coffee pot, having a round hand-chased bellied body with floral and scroll decoration, a hinged lid with original cast flower finial, an insulated silver handle with anthemion thumb-piece, and sitting on cast floral and scroll feet. Made by the Barnard Brothers of London in 1832. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver coffee pot are height 25 cms (9.75 inches), length 25.5 cms (10 inches), and it weighs approx. 978g (31.5 troy ounces).

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An Antique Georgian William IV Sterling Silver hand-chased coffee pot, having a round hand-chased bellied body with floral and scroll decoration, a hinged lid with original cast flower finial, an insulated silver handle with anthemion thumb-piece, and sitting on cast floral and scroll feet. Made by the Barnard Brothers of London in 1832. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver coffee pot are height 25 cms (9.75 inches), length 25.5 cms (10 inches), and it weighs approx. 978g (31.5 troy ounces).

1,495

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Antique Georgian sterling silver coffee pot, having a plain round baluster body, a domed hinged lid with acorn finial, a scroll spout, and a scrolled wooden handle, sitting on a round pedestal foot. Made by John Mackfarlen (Poss.) of London in 1759. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver coffee pot are length 20 cms (8 inches), height 26 cms (10.25 inches), and it weighs approx. 800g (26 troy ounces).

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Antique Georgian sterling silver coffee pot, having a plain round baluster body, a domed hinged lid with acorn finial, a scroll spout, and a scrolled wooden handle, sitting on a round pedestal foot. Made by John Mackfarlen (Poss.) of London in 1759. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver coffee pot are length 20 cms (8 inches), height 26 cms (10.25 inches), and it weighs approx. 800g (26 troy ounces).

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An Antique Georgian Sterling Silver coffee pot, having a plain round bellied body, with applied gadroon borders, a wooden scroll handle, a flame knop finial, and anthemion leaf decorated spout. Made in London in 1774. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver coffee pot are height 30.5 cms (12 inches), length 22 cms (8.75 inches), and it weighs approx. 850g (27.4 troy ounces).

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An Antique Georgian Sterling Silver coffee pot, having a plain round bellied body, with applied gadroon borders, a wooden scroll handle, a flame knop finial, and anthemion leaf decorated spout. Made in London in 1774. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver coffee pot are height 30.5 cms (12 inches), length 22 cms (8.75 inches), and it weighs approx. 850g (27.4 troy ounces).

3,295

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Antique Sterling silver fine hand-made William & Mary style coffee pot, having a very plain round body with tapering sides, a conical hinged lid with finial, a straight spout, and a wooden looped side-handle, all sitting on a raised base. Made by Thomas Bradbury & Sons of London in 1911. The dimensions of this fine silver coffee pot are length 12 cms (4.75 inches), height 22 cms (8.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 400g (13 troy ounces).

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Antique Sterling silver fine hand-made William & Mary style coffee pot, having a very plain round body with tapering sides, a conical hinged lid with finial, a straight spout, and a wooden looped side-handle, all sitting on a raised base. Made by Thomas Bradbury & Sons of London in 1911. The dimensions of this fine silver coffee pot are length 12 cms (4.75 inches), height 22 cms (8.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 400g (13 troy ounces).

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   Antique Edwardian sterling fine hand-made panelled coffee pot with plain panelled body, hinged domed lid with finial, and scrolled wooden handle. Made by Thomas Bradbury and Sons of London in 1909. Length 16 cms (6.25 inches), height 23 cms (9 inches). Weight approx. 450g (14.5 troy ounces). Please note that this item is crested.

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Antique Edwardian sterling fine hand-made panelled coffee pot with plain panelled body, hinged domed lid with finial, and scrolled wooden handle. Made by Thomas Bradbury and Sons of London in 1909. Length 16 cms (6.25 inches), height 23 cms (9 inches). Weight approx. 450g (14.5 troy ounces). Please note that this item is crested.

795

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Sterling silver fine hand-made Queen Anne style coffee pot with plain panelled tapering body, hinged domed lid with finial, a panelled spout, and a scrolled wooden handle. Made by Henry Stratford Ltd., of Sheffield in 1921. The dimensions of this fine silver coffee pot are length 20 cms (8 inches), height 25.5 cms (10 inches), and it weighs approx. 650g (21 troy ounces).

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Sterling silver fine hand-made Queen Anne style coffee pot with plain panelled tapering body, hinged domed lid with finial, a panelled spout, and a scrolled wooden handle. Made by Henry Stratford Ltd., of Sheffield in 1921. The dimensions of this fine silver coffee pot are length 20 cms (8 inches), height 25.5 cms (10 inches), and it weighs approx. 650g (21 troy ounces).

985

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   Antique Georgian sterling silver Regency coffee jug with half converging-fluted body and gadroon edges. Made by Joseph Craddock and William Reid of London in 1816. Height 19 cms (7.5 inches), length 19 cms (7.5 inches). Weight approx. 15 troy ounces (465g). Please note that this is crested on both sides of the main body.

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Antique Georgian sterling silver Regency coffee jug with half converging-fluted body and gadroon edges. Made by Joseph Craddock and William Reid of London in 1816. Height 19 cms (7.5 inches), length 19 cms (7.5 inches). Weight approx. 15 troy ounces (465g). Please note that this is crested on both sides of the main body.

995

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   Antique Georgian sterling silver coffee Biggin pot with pull-off lid. Please note that this item is missing its original burner stand. Made by Thomas Johnson of London in 1804. Length 19 cms (7.5 inches), height 20 cms (8 inches), diameter 10 cms (4 inches). Weight approx. 16 troy ounces (496g).

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Antique Georgian sterling silver coffee Biggin pot with pull-off lid. Please note that this item is missing its original burner stand. Made by Thomas Johnson of London in 1804. Length 19 cms (7.5 inches), height 20 cms (8 inches), diameter 10 cms (4 inches). Weight approx. 16 troy ounces (496g).

1,175

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Antique Georgian sterling silver hand-chased coffee pot, having a round hand-chased baluster body with floral decoration, a hinged lid with melon fluting and original cast finial, an insulated silver handle, and sitting on four ball feet with applied cast leaves. Made by one of the most important English silversmiths from the late Georgian period, Edward Farrell, of London in 1828. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver coffee pot are height 21 cms (8.25 inches), length 25.5 cms (10 inches), and it weighs approx. 930g (30 troy ounces).

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Antique Georgian sterling silver hand-chased coffee pot, having a round hand-chased baluster body with floral decoration, a hinged lid with melon fluting and original cast finial, an insulated silver handle, and sitting on four ball feet with applied cast leaves. Made by one of the most important English silversmiths from the late Georgian period, Edward Farrell, of London in 1828. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver coffee pot are height 21 cms (8.25 inches), length 25.5 cms (10 inches), and it weighs approx. 930g (30 troy ounces).

1,375

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Antique Georgian sterling silver coffee pot, having a plain round body with tapering sides, a pull-off domed lid with ball finial, a scroll spout, and a scrolled wooden handle, sitting on an oval pedestal foot. Made by Thomas Lamborn of Sheffield in 1798. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver coffee pot are length 25.5 cms (10 inches), height 27 cms (10.6 inches), and it weighs approx. 590g (19 troy ounces).

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Antique Georgian sterling silver coffee pot, having a plain round body with tapering sides, a pull-off domed lid with ball finial, a scroll spout, and a scrolled wooden handle, sitting on an oval pedestal foot. Made by Thomas Lamborn of Sheffield in 1798. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver coffee pot are length 25.5 cms (10 inches), height 27 cms (10.6 inches), and it weighs approx. 590g (19 troy ounces).

1,475

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Antique Georgian sterling silver baluster style large coffee pot with gadroon edges, wooden scroll handle, flame knop finial, and anthemion leaf decorated spout. Made by Francis Butty and Nicholas Dummee of London in 1772. Height 30 cms (11.75 inches), length 21.5 cms (8.5 inches). Weight approx. 28 troy ounces (868g). Please note that this item is crested on both sides of the main body.

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Antique Georgian sterling silver baluster style large coffee pot with gadroon edges, wooden scroll handle, flame knop finial, and anthemion leaf decorated spout. Made by Francis Butty and Nicholas Dummee of London in 1772. Height 30 cms (11.75 inches), length 21.5 cms (8.5 inches). Weight approx. 28 troy ounces (868g). Please note that this item is crested on both sides of the main body.

3,375

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Antique Georgian sterling silver George II coffee pot, having a plain round body with straight tapering sides, a hinged cushion style lid with finial, an octagonal panelled spout, an ivory scroll handle, and all sitting on a collet foot. Made by John Swift of London in 1738. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver coffee pot are length 18 cms (7 inches), height 20 cms (8 inches), and it weighs approx. 625g (20 troy ounces). Please note that this item shows fire-stain which is acceptable for a piece from this period.

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Antique Georgian sterling silver George II coffee pot, having a plain round body with straight tapering sides, a hinged cushion style lid with finial, an octagonal panelled spout, an ivory scroll handle, and all sitting on a collet foot. Made by John Swift of London in 1738. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver coffee pot are length 18 cms (7 inches), height 20 cms (8 inches), and it weighs approx. 625g (20 troy ounces). Please note that this item shows fire-stain which is acceptable for a piece from this period.

3,475

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Antique Georgian sterling silver baluster coffee pot made by John Swift of London in 1761. Height 26 cms.

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Antique Georgian sterling silver baluster coffee pot made by John Swift of London in 1761. Height 26 cms.

3,475

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Antique Queen Anne Britannia standard silver side-handled coffee pot made by Gabriel Sleath of London in 1703. Height 19 cms.

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Antique Queen Anne Britannia standard silver side-handled coffee pot made by Gabriel Sleath of London in 1703. Height 19 cms.

5,675

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An Antique Georgian Sterling Silver George II coffee pot, having a plain round body with straight tapering sides, a hinged cushion style lid with cast finial, a curved spout with an applied anthemion leaf, a hand-carved wooden scroll handle, and all sitting on a collet foot. Made by Edward Vincent of London in 1738. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver coffee pot are length 21 cms (8.25 inches), height 23.5 cms (9.25 inches), and it weighs approx. 845g (27 troy ounces). Please note that this item is engraved with a full armorial crest on one side.

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An Antique Georgian Sterling Silver George II coffee pot, having a plain round body with straight tapering sides, a hinged cushion style lid with cast finial, a curved spout with an applied anthemion leaf, a hand-carved wooden scroll handle, and all sitting on a collet foot. Made by Edward Vincent of London in 1738. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver coffee pot are length 21 cms (8.25 inches), height 23.5 cms (9.25 inches), and it weighs approx. 845g (27 troy ounces). Please note that this item is engraved with a full armorial crest on one side.

5,795

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Learn more about antique silver COFFEE POTS here.

Antique Silver COFFEE POTS description:

A tall hollow covered vessel for serving coffee with an insulated handle.

Antique Silver COFFEE POTS history:

The earliest known examples date from the middle 17th century (coinciding with the earliest import of coffee) but they are rare in silver before 1700. They have been made in large quantities since then and are still being made today.

Antique Silver COFFEE POTS design:

Their design and shape followed the prevailing fashion. Early pots before 1730 were always plain without any chasing, and were often straight-sided round or octagonal. Handles were normally attached directly opposite the spout, but sometimes side-handled coffee pots were made, for ease of pouring. The period from 1730 to 1770 was characterised by ornate chased designs, and the bodies becoming more bellied and curved. Neoclassical designs dominated the late 1700s. Then into the 19th and 20th centuries we see a wide variety of forms ranging from Regency, Victorian, Art Nouveau, through to Art Deco. The earlier pots, up to the Regency period, had wooden handles. Later pots up to about 1890 had silver handles with bone/ivory insulators. Then in the 20th century the general preference was for wooden handles again.

Antique Silver COFFEE POTS collectors note:

The age, condition, level of craftsmanship and their aesthetic qualities determine their value. All lids and silver handles must be part-marked. Points to look out for are replaced lids or handles, repaired spouts, handle joints, and lid hinges, later-chased bodies, and thin areas where crests have been added and removed.



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