Georgian Silver Hollow ware and Flatware 

Sterling Silver Georgian Tea Pots
Sterling silver Georgian teapot by Alice and Geroge Burrows ,London circa 1811, boat shaped with double crests 6" H X 11-1/2" L

Sterling silver Georgian teapot by D. Urquart and N. Hart, London circa 1818,
Sterling silver Georgian boat shaped teapot with elaborate chasing, London, circa 1809-10, by Michael Starkey 6-1/4" H X 12"L

Three Piece Georgian Tea Set
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 and shell motif and ball feet

Georgian Silver  Sauce Boats and Creamers
Georgian sterling silver tripod creamer by Smith & Sharp, London circa 1795 measruing 4" tall with period repousee and later mono from 1860

Georgian sterling silver creamer circa 1806 by Alice and George Burrows,  with worn Grecian key design,  3-1/4" at tallest point
Gerogian sterling creamer London cira 1787-88 with some repair noted and unengraved  cartouche on the front measuring 4-1/2" tall

Georgian sterling oversized helmet shaped creamer by Will Simons, London, circa 1790, measuring 8-1/4" tall and the foot measuring 2-5/8" squared

Other Georgian Pieces
Georgian sterling Irish footed bowl by Matthew West, Dublin, circa 1820s measuring 3" tall with a 5-1/4" diameter
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Sterling silver Georgian coral baby teether and rattle, London, circa 1800 by Urquart and Hunt, measuring 5-3/4" long by 2-1/2" wide
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Georgian sterling Irish gravy boat by William Hamey circa 1800 measuring 3-3/4" tall from top of handle

Sterling silver serving ladle made by William Eley, 1831, London, measuring 13-1/4" with a very heavy gauge and  shell motif

Georgian sterling punch strainer, circa 1797, London measuring 3" in diameter with an additional 1-1/8" the length of the handle and 1" tall

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

Sterling silver cake/desert bowl. Maker John Edward Tarry, circa 1821, London,  measuring 10" across the top of the bow(fluted with gadroon border) and 8" tall with the handle fully extended (sunflower medallion center) with the foot with a  4" diameter 

Georgian sterling silver fish slice, London, circa 1811 by William Knight Summers, 12"