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  • Liskeard
  • Cornwall
  • PL14 4DH
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An 1895 Victorian three piece Birmingham silver tea set by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes approx. 1075g

A 1919 four piece London silver tea set by Charles Boyton & Sons Ltd. teapot lacking wooden finial approx. 975g

An 1894 Victorian three piece London silver bachelors tea set by Sibray Hall & Co. approx. 675g

A 1920 three piece London silver tea set by Jay Richard Attenborough & Co. rubbed marks, approx. 650g

A 1904 Edwardian two piece Birmingham silver tea set lacking creamer by John Edward Wilmot approx. 520g

A 1908 Edwardian oak cased six setting London silver knife, fork & spoon dining set by Holland, Aldwinkle & Slater approx. 1000g

A 1903 Edwardian London silver footed teapot by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd. 750g

A 1905 Edwardian London silver toast rack by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths 75g

An 1896 Victorian London pressed silver bowl with pierced decor by Matthew John Jessop, 8.25in diameter 290g

A 1969 Birmingham pressed silver dish by William Adams Ltd. 4.2in wide, 50g

A continental silver footed dish decorated with flowers & a dove 3.875in wide, 50g

A large continental silver apostle spoon with Frederick Rex Prussia 1703 coin in bowl 7.75in long

An 1891 Victorian London silver creamer by Fordham & Faulkner approx. 200g

A 1908 Edwardian cased Sheffield silver fish serving set by Harrison Bros & George Howson approx. 200g

A pair of 1871 Victorian Exeter silver fiddle back serving spoons by Thomas Hart Stone 9in long, approx. 150g

An antique white metal Catholic Church aspergillum, some light bumps 9in tall approx. 250g

An 1897 matching Birmingham silver creamer & sugar bowl by Plante & Co. approx. 125g

A 1901 late Victorian Chester silver mounted cut glass tobacco jar with novelty pipe finial 4in tall x 4in wide at base

A 0.930 silver novelty charioteer with later import stamp MF 0.925, approx. 80g, 3.25in long

A pair of 1904 Edwardian Sheffield silver & horn mounted knife rests by Henry Greaves 4in wide, approx. 175g

A pair of 1832 William IV London silver fiddle back forks by William Bateman II, approx. 150g, 7.5in long

Two 19thC. London silver fiddle back forks, one Georgian Robert Hennell II 1828 & one Victorian H. J. Lias & Son 1853, approx. 8in long each & app...

Two silver fiddle back rat tail serving spoons London 1900, rubbed mark & a George IV London 1819 by William Eley & William Fearn approx. 8.5in lo...

Two silver fiddle back serving spoons one Dublin silver 1815 by Robert Whitford 8.5in long & one Sheffield 1913 Joseph Rodgers & Sons 8.25in long ...

A Sheffield silver 1980 trefid spoon & fork Christening set by Mappin & Webb 5.5in long, approx. 62g

A Georgian London silver caddy spoon with shell style decor by Thomas Northcote 1792, approx. 12.5g

A fiddle back Sheffield silver caddy spoon with thistle decor 1964, approx. 19.7g

An 1857 early Victorian fiddle back Birmingham silver caddy spoon by George Unite, approx. 13.7g

Four 1953 Coronation year London silver rat tail teaspoons by William Comyns & Sons, approx. 53g

A small 3.5in tall Sheffield silver trophy 1938 Viners Ltd. twinned with a pair of 1819 Georgian London silver tongs approx. 73g

A 2000 millennium Birmingham B & Co. silver wine coaster with hardwood base with original box 5.25in at widest

A 2000 millennium Birmingham B & Co. silver wine coaster with hardwood base with original box 5.25in at widest

A boxed set of 1924 Birmingham silver teaspoons with enamelled handles, small area of damage to one by Turner & Simpson in Mappin & Webb box, appr...

A boxed set of 1924 Birmingham silver teaspoons with enamelled handles by Turner & Simpson in Mappin & Webb box, approx. 48.7g

An 1845 Sheffield silver decorative christening set by Aaron Hadfield approx. 72.8g

A 19thC. novelty London silver miniature chamberstick candle holder by William Comyns, date mark for 1896, approx. 8.5g

An Edwardian silver Elizabethan seal spoon by Thomas Bradbury inscribed BE over IE dated 1624, approx. 69.8g, 7.125in long

An Edwardian silver Elizabethan seal spoon by Thomas Bradbury inscribed MA over WE dated 1632, approx. 78.7g, 7.25in long

An Edwardian silver Elizabethan seal spoon by Thomas Bradbury inscribed IS over EE dated 1629, approx. 61.1g, 6.25in long

An Edwardian silver Elizabethan seal spoon by Thomas Bradbury inscribed TI over IE dated 1621, approx. 74.7g, 7.125in long

An Edwardian silver Elizabethan seal spoon by Thomas Bradbury inscribed EH 1596, approx. 62.6g, 6.5in long

An Edwardian silver Elizabethan seal spoon by Thomas Bradbury inscribed II over EE dated 1629, approx. 64g, 6.75in long

Three Georgian London silver serving spoons: 1804 8.25in long by Charles Hougham, 1827 8.5in long possibly by George Gray & a 1784 8.5in long by T...

A cased set of Sheffield silver teaspoons with otter & fish decor, lacking one spoon by James Dixon & Sons 1938, approx. 73.4g

A George Unite silver sifter, Birmingham 1833 twinned with a 1931 T & Co. teaspoon with "Noble" in relief to handle, approx. 40.5g

A boxed National Rifle Association Birmingham silver teaspoon set by Elkington & Co. Ltd. 1912 6.625in long, approx. 189.2g

A set of six 1833 William IV London silver fiddle back spoons by John Harris V, approx. 120.3g

Two trios of Georgian teaspoons 1807 & 1811 - two makers, approx. 80g

A set of six 1802 Georgian teaspoons by William Eley & William Fearn with bright cut decor 5.125in long, approx. 81.9g

A set of six silver teaspoons with shell decor to top of handle, indistinct maker mark London 1906, approx. 87.3g, 4.6in long

A pair of 1937 Birmingham silver teaspoons with Cranleigh School enamelled crest approx. 33.7g

A 19thC. London silver novelty spoon with windmill decor, indistinctly signed, possibly JA DR 7.75in long approx. 57g

An 1833 William IV Birmingham silver box with fox decor & gilt lining by Thomas Shaw 3.5in wide x 2in deep x 0.875in high, approx. 105.4g

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