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Silver Is the Passion of A. Pash & Sons — 1stdibs Introspective

Silver Is the Passion of A. Pash & Sons

The in-house expert of this London gallery tells us why silver matters today, how to spot a fake and which pieces are the finest.

Lot 75: George III Sterling Silver Epergne

George III sterling silver epergne, large oval center basket with pierced sides and undulating gadrooned rim with acanthus and cartouche ornamentation; eight detachable round footed baskets with pi…

Oh my, tea!.

Repousse hand chased architectural patterned tea kettle on stand ~ by S Kirk, 1906 . This sure makes sure your tea is hot.

The most incredible water pitcher I have ever seen. simpson hall and miller:

Victorian period silverplate tilting ice-water pitcher with matching goblets. Lovely medallion design at the top.

<li>Wallace Royal English coffee and tea service unparalleled in composition<li>Elegant coffee and tea serveware includes coffee pot, tea pot, creamer and sugar pots, and oval tray<li>Coffee and tea set features elegant decorations etched by hand

Antique French Sterling Silver Tea Coffee Chocolate Service Set 7pc by Emile Puiforcat

Antique French Sterling Silver Tea Coffee Chocolate Service Set by Emile Puiforcat ♥

Wallace "Sir Christopher"  Sterling Silver 5 Piece Tea & Coffee Set with Matching Tray, SOLD $6,650

Wallace "Sir Christopher" Sterling Silver 5 Piece Tea & Coffee Set with Matching Tray, SOLD $6,650

Sterling Silver Four Piece Tea and Coffee Service - Antique Victorian SKU: A3854 Price GBP £4,250.00 http://www.acsilver.co.uk/shop/pc/Sterling-Silver-Four-Piece-Tea-and-Coffee-Service-Antique-Victorian-50p2451.htm#.Vjs6zL88rfd

Sterling Silver Four Piece Tea and Coffee Service - Antique Victorian SKU:

Teakettle on tripod table stand, 18th century (1724–25)  Simon Pantin I (English, active 1699–d. 1728)  English (London)  Silver

Teakettle, lamp, and table

Teakettle on tripod table stand, century Simon Pantin I (English, active English (London) Silver Teakettle on tripod table stand, century Simon Pantin I (English, active English (London) Silver

Silver coffee urn from Amsterdam, circa 1733

The tapering cylindrical coffeepot that was popular in Europe and Britain was also used in the Netherlands. When silver was to be employed for the serving of coffee, however, the Dutch preferred the coffee urn, which could have from one to three spouts

Tetard French Sterling Silver Tea Set, Chocolate Pot, Teapot, Coffee Pot, circa 1900. #SterlingSilverTeaService #SterlingSilverTeapot

Tetard French Sterling Silver Tea Set, Chocolate Pot, Teapot, Coffee Pot, circa 1900. #SterlingSilverTeaService #SterlingSilverTeapot

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