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  • 19 Augusta Street
  • Birmingham
  • West Midlands
  • B18 6JA
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A cased set of four late Victorian silver salts, of basket form, with three arches rising to a central ball, and foliate engraved decoration to th...

A Victorian silver sugar caster, the bellied form with embossed foliate and scroll decoration to the whole, surrounding two plain cartouches, lead...

A set of six George III Irish silver table forks, in Fiddle pattern, with armorial engraved to reverse of terminal. Hallmarked John Power, Dublin ...

A Georgian silver christening mug of urn shape with acanthus scrolling handle. Makers initials for the Barnard family. London 1757. Height 3.5 (8....

A large late Victorian silver sugar caster, of circular bellied form, the caster rim and lower body with oblique gadroon and engraved decoration l...

A selection of silver table spoons and dessert spoons, to include four Fiddle pattern table spoons, with initial engraved terminals, hallmarked Lo...

A George II small silver salver, the foliate engraved centre leading to a scroll border, and raised upon four hoof feet. Hallmarked Denis Langton,...

A pair of Victorian silver open salts, each of cauldron form with shaped gadrooned rim, the body decorated with embossed foliate decoration surrou...

Two George III Exeter silver table spoons, in Old English pattern, with initial engraved terminals, one hallmarked Richard Jenkins, 1796, length 8...

A pair of 18th century picture-back Hanoverian silver teaspoons, each decorated with a basket of flowers to heel reverse and scratch engraved init...

A cased set of four George III silver 'berry' spoons, the gilt bowls with scalloped rim and later embossed with grapes and vine leaves, with match...

A small George III silver caster, the body of bulbous form leading to a circular footed base, the whole embossed with flowers, foliate and scroll ...

A small George II silver caster, of plain bellied form with armorial engraving to centre, leading to a circular spreading foot, and with a removab...

A set of four Victorian silver sauce ladles, in King's pattern, hallmarked Chawner & Co (George William Adams), London 1843 and 1844, length 7.7 (...

A George III silver table spoon, the handle with bright-cut engraved border, and initials and date engraved to terminal, hallmarked James Sutton &...

A Victorian silver Old English pattern soup ladle. Makers' initials B&S. Edinburgh 1892. Length 13 (34cms). Weight 9 ozt (282 grams). Displaying...

Three pairs of Victorian silver open salts - all without liners. An oval pair with pierced floral decoration standing on four feet - makers initia...

A George II silver coffee pot, the shallow domed and hinged lid with finial above a plain tapering body, with engraved lion crest to centre, raise...

A George III silver cream jug, of helmet shape, with reeded rim above later bright cut engraved borders and engraved floral swags, surrounding a v...

A selection of Old English pattern silver spoons, to include a pair of early George III table spoons, initial engraved to the reverse of terminal,...

A Victorian silver Old English pattern table spoon, with initial engraved terminal, hallmarked Elkington & Co (Frederick Elkington), Birmingham 18...

An early George V silver pot pourri twin-handled vase, the body decorated in relief with swags, joining to each flying scrolled handle, above a ci...

A late Victorian silver bowl, of circular form with silver gilt interior, the whole embossed with foliate and floral decoration surrounding a vaca...

An Edwardian silver christening mug, of typical form with foliate, floral and festoon decoration surrounding an initial engraved centre. Hallmarke...

A late Victorian silver christening mug, the cylindrical form with engraved monogram above a floral and foliate chased lower body. Hallmarked Birm...

A pair of Victorian silver fish servers, each pierced and engraved with stylised waves and foliate motifs, the knife blade further engraved with a...

An Edwardian silver swing-handle basket, of oblong form with foliate pierced sides, leading to a scalloped oblique gadroon rim and conforming scal...

A 1920's silver sugar caster, of typical octagonal-sided bellied form leading to a footed base, with domed and pierced removable cover, hallmarked...

A late Victorian silver three piece tea service, comprising teapot, twin-handled sugar bowl and cream jug, each of oblong bellied form with gadroo...

A selection of sauce ladles, to include a pair of George III Old English pattern ladles, with engraved crest of a stag pierced with an arrow, hall...

A pair of 1930's small silver dishes, each of lobed and fluted square outline to a plain centre and raised on four scrolled feet. Hallmarked H Pid...

A set of six George IV silver dessert forks, each double struck in Queen's pattern, with engraved armorial to terminals. Hallmarked Morris & Micha...

An Edwardian Scottish silver sugar caster, of typical octagonal-sided bellied form to a footed base, with domed and pierced removable cover, hallm...

A George IV silver basting spoon, double struck in King's pattern, with further shell decoration to heel of bowl, probably hallmarked William Chaw...

Early 20th century silver swing handle basket of oval shape with shaped rim and panel sides supported on an oval footed base. Makers' initials for...

An Edwardian silver pair of grape scissors of plain design with loop handles - stamped Rd 483718. Makers' initials R&B. London 1904. Length 7 (18...

A George III silver twin-handled sucrier, of ovoid form, the plain body with impressed band and raised upon an oval foot, the removable lid with b...

A late George III silver cream jug, of plain ovoid form with oblique gadroon rim and short spout. Hallmarked Sheffield 1812, possibly Thomas Law. ...

A late George III silver snuffer tray, of curved rectangular form, the raised rim with gadrooned border surrounding a plain tray with an engraved ...

A selection of Scottish silver spoons and forks, to include a set of six George III table spoons, in Old English pattern, with initial engraved te...

A late Victorian silver salver, of circular form, the plain centre leading to a scroll and shell rim, raised upon three hoof feet, diameter 6.5 (1...

A set of six late Victorian silver coffee spoons, each with wavy stem to a thistle terminal, hallmarked T. Bros., Birmingham 1890. Together with a...

A small selection of Scottish and Scottish provincial silver flatware, to include an 18th century Hanoverian pattern table spoon, with maker's mar...

An attractive late Victorian cased set of twelve silver teaspoons, and a pair of sugar tongs, each with detailed foliate rims to handle, leading t...

A late Victorian silver swing-handle basket, of ovoid form, the plain centre leading to a heavily embossed foliate and scroll decorated rim surrou...

A pair of 1930s silver bonbon dishes, of circular form, the plain centre leading to a pierced and wavy rim, the whole upon a thin stem leading to ...

An early Victorian silver flagon, the plain cylindrical body leading to a circular spreading foot, the reeded scroll handle capped with acanthus l...

A pair of William IV silver table spoons, in Fiddle pattern with initial engraved terminals, hallmarked William Eaton, London 1836, length 8.5 (22...

A Queen Anne Britannia silver tankard, the plain and slightly tapered cylindrical form to a skirted base, the domed and hinged cover with foliate ...

A late Victorian silver dish, the circular wavy-edged form decorated to the whole with wrythen and foliate scrolls and pierced detailing, and rais...

An Edwardian silver sugar caster, of typical plain baluster form raised upon a circular spreading foot, the removable cover with pierced foliate a...

A Victorian silver sugar caster, of wrythen moulded bellied form leading to a plain circular foot, and with removable pierced cover and spiral fin...

A late Victorian silver matched three piece tea service, comprising teapot, twin-handled sugar bowl and cream jug, each of circular bulbous form w...

A 1920's Scottish silver small cream jug and matching sugar bowl, each of slightly tapered circular form with girdle detail, hallmarked Hamilton &...

A selection of Scottish teaspoons, to include a set of five Victorian examples, the handles with foliate engraving to the whole, and initial engra...

A small Edwardian plain silver salver, the shaped circular form with shell and scroll border detail to the raised rim, enclosing a plain centre an...

An early Victorian small silver salver, the raised foliate, shell and scroll border enclosing a band of floral and leafy scrolls to a plain centre...

An early George V silver three piece tea service, comprising teapot, twin-handled sugar bowl and cream jug, each of circular pedestal form with ap...

A George III silver cream jug, of globular form to a flat base, with a band of foliate engraved decoration to the body leading to a central initia...

Seven Victorian Scottish silver teaspoons, in Queen's pattern, with initial engraved terminal. Hallmarked Robert Scott, Glasgow 1874. Length 5.5 (...

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