Silver coffee pot and stand,1769s, English, Boulton & Fothergill- Example of neo-classical design, known to Matthew Boulton's contemporaries as the "antique manner', it was based on ancient Roman and Greek architectural and decoratie forms and became fashionable from around the 1760's.
English Neoclassical repousse silver ewer, "J.C." (John Carter), London, 1776-77; ornamental with acanthus lappets and a laurel garland suspended from paterae, with an acorn knop, handle wrapped in cane, 12 1/4" H., 26 oz. - auctioned by Alex Cooper Auctioneers in 2008
N4470 English Silver Pierced Spoon In Box A fine English silver pierced spoon in the original fitted case. The handle and bowl are hand engraved between the intricate piercing. Length of spoon: 5 3/4" Maker: James Dixon and Son Sheffield, 1900 Price: $450.00