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A large pierced silver presentation bowl, Sheffield, c.1917, James Dixon & Sons., retailed by Jamieson & Carry, Aberdeen, the bowl of shaped circu...

A pair of George III Scottish silver sauce tureens, Edinburgh, c.1809, George Fenwick, of shaped rectangular form with angular reeded handles and ...

An impressive Scottish silver soup tureen, Edinburgh, c.1809, George Fenwick, the half-lobed rectangular body raised on four lion paw feet and dec...

A large silver tray with Chippendale border, Sheffield, c.1929, Lee & Wigfull, of shaped oval form, with twin handles and a plain, flat base, 65 x...

A pierced silver bonbon dish, Sheffield, c.1938, Harrison Brothers & Howson, of octagonal form with four pierced domed sections, the dish raised o...

A small silver salver with shaped edge, London, c.1914, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co., of square form with plain flat base to Chippendale-style ...

A silver gravy argyle with wicker side handle, the base hallmarked London, c.1981, London Assay Office, of cylindrical form with gadrooned foot an...

A George V silver argyle, London, c.1916, Pairpoint Brothers, of plain, cylindrical form with wooden scroll handle and shaped pouring spout, the p...

A George IV silver argyle, London, c.1822, Thomas Burwash, the half-fluted lightly baluster body with gadrooned rim to half- fluted domed lid with...

A silver plated argyll, unmarked, of plain rounded form with a wicker bound side handle and curved spout, the pull-off lid with globular finial to...

A pierced silver dish, Sheffield, c.1938, Viner's Ltd., of circular form, the foliate pierced body raised on a shaped circular foot, 21.3cm dia., ...

A pair of silver dishes with pierced galleries, Birmingham, c.1933, JPH, of shaped, oval form, each dish raised on four pad feet to plain base and...

A silver soup tureen, Sheffield, c.1934, Viner's Ltd., of plain, circular form with twin handles and raised on a round foot, the lid with rounded ...

A shaped silver salver with gadroon rim, Sheffield, c.1946, Roberts & Belk, raised on three claw and ball feet, 29cm dia, approx. weight 24.4oz P...

A set of three silver compotes, Birmingham, c.1921, G&C&Co, each designed with bifurcated twin handles to scalloped flowerhead dishes with pierced...

A silver tazza, Sheffield, c.1937, Viners Ltd, the shaped edge to pierced foliate sides and plain bowl raised on a tapering round foot, 23cm dia.,...

A pair of dwarf ebony candlesticks with silver mounted sconces, London, c.1914, H F Daltrey & Co., the cylindrical candlesticks with stepped circu...

A pair of silver three-branch candlesticks, Birmingham, c.1959, F. H. Adams & Holman, the squared tapering stems to stepped circular feet, each br...

A pair of three-branch candelabra candlesticks, bases stamped 'weighted sterling', each candlestick raised on a spreading circular foot to knopped...

A silver tazza with pierced sides, Birmingham, c.1923, Wilson & Sharp, raised on a plain, spreading foot, the bowl of the tazza with pierced latti...

A silver salver with Chippendale-style edge, Sheffield, c.1922, James Dixon & Sons., of circular form, the flat base raised on four scroll feet, 2...

A twin-handled silver trophy cup, Sheffield, c.1921, James Deakin & Sons, raised on a square foot, the body engraved: Colne Yacht Club, 1923, pres...

A George VI silver dish, Sheffield, c.1939, Viner's Ltd., of oval form with scalloped edges to flat base raised on four feet, 23cm dia., approx. w...

A silver card tray, Chester, c.1919, Barker Brothers, of rounded form and raised on four hoof feet, the base decorated with monogram and garland e...

A small silver tray, by Asprey, London, c.1919, of plain rectangular form with reeded border and twin handles, 15.4 x 22.2cm (27.7cm inc. handles)...

An octagonal Britannia silver covered presentation tray, London, c.1929, British Metallising Co Ltd., with shaped sides and base patterned with en...

An elongated octagonal silver tray, Birmingham, c.1924, Albert Edward Jones, raised on four ball feet with hammered base and sides decorated with ...

A hexagonal silver salver, Birmingham, c. 1934, Alexander Clark, with jubilee mark, the salver with circular base and six foliate patterned straig...

A silver three-branch epergne, Sheffield, c.1920, Alexander Clark & Co., the central trumpet-shaped vase of panelled design to scrolling arms supp...

An Art Deco silver milk jug on hexagonal foot, Birmingham, c.1934, Roberts & Dore, of elongated hexagonal form with squared lip, 15cm long, 7cm hi...

A silver three-handled cup with cover, Birmingham, c.1926, S. Blanckensee & Sons Ltd., the cup with decorative edge raised on a stepped circular f...

A silver King Edward the Martyr loving cup, London, c.1978, Toye, Kenning & Spencer, the cup a limited edition piece in original box complete with...

An Arts and Crafts-style silver trophy cup, London, c.1906, John William Page, designed to resemble the Mycenaean 'Cup of Nestor', the twin handle...

A twin-handled silver Nestor goblet, Birmingham, c.1921, S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd., in the Arts and Crafts Greek Revival style (made as a copy of ...

An oval silver biscuit box, Sheffield, 1928, Atkin Brothers, with applied lion mask ring handles to either side and gadroon decoration to both hin...

An American silver three-handled cup (tyg), of waisted form with scroll handles and monograms to body, the base with presentation engraving and th...

A large Arts & Crafts period three-handled silver tankard (tyg), London, c.1892, Wakely & Wheeler, the tapering cylindrical body with hammered fin...

A pair of Arts & Crafts hammered silver vases, Birmingham, c.1923, Albert Edward Jones, of rounded amphora form with a single laurel leaf band to ...

A silver and glass hors d'oeuvres dish, Sheffield. c.1943, Frank Cobb & Co Ltd., of shaped, oblong form, the silver stand with raised edge to five...

A twin-handled George V silver tray, Birmingham, c.1927, Barker Brothers, of shaped oval form with piecrust edge to plain base, the tray raised on...

A set of six Edwardian silver teaspoons, Sheffield, c.1902, Henry Williamson Ltd., designed with half twist stems to decorative openwork terminals...

An Edwardian silver jug, London, c.1909, Charles Boyton & Son Ltd, of rounded form, with acanthus tipped handle and single band decoration to cent...

A small navette-shaped Edwardian silver gallery tray, Chester, c.1910, George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, the wooden base with satinwood marquetry inla...

A silver posy vase with twin mask handles, London, c.1913, maker's mark rubbed, designed as an amphora with knopped, squared handles and raised on...

A silver posy vase, Birmingham, c.1913, Jones & Crompton, of tapering faceted form with pierced, shaped rim and hexagonal foot with felt underside...

A silver mounted glass posy vase, Birmingham, c.1903, maker's mark rubbed, designed to resemble an amphora with zoomorphic twin handles and beaded...

A pair of silver vases, Birmingham, c.1911, D. & B. Co Ltd., of baluster form, each raised on a circular foot, the lip, body and foot of both deco...

A pair of Edwardian Mappin & Webb small silver tazzas, London, c.1905, each designed as a circular dish with pierced border and wheat sheaf armori...

A large Edwardian silver goblet, Sheffield, c.1905, maker's mark rubbed, the half lobed swirl body to a knopped stem and lobed swirl pattern foot ...

A large silver goblet, Birmingham, c.1903, William Aitken, of plain form, with knopped stem to spreading circular foot, 28.2cm high, approx. weigh...

A large Edwardian silver goblet, Sheffield, c.1908, Joseph Rodgers & Sons, repousse decorated with scroll and floral motifs to vacant cartouches, ...

A Charles II style silver goblet, London, c.1931, D&J Wellby Ltd, the textured body with acanthus tip decoration raised on a spreading circular fo...

A twin-handled silver trophy cup, London, c.1904, Skinner & Co., designed with bifurcated stylised scroll handles to body raised on a stepped circ...

An Edwardian silver bonbon dish, London, c.1903, Josiah Williams & Co., of asymmetrical oval design with pierced border and gilded interior, the s...

An Edwardian silver five branch epergne, Birmingham, c.1908, maker's mark rubbed, designed with a central tubular vase supporting four smaller exa...

A lion mask design Edwardian silver dish, Birmingham, c.1903, Thomas Hayes, of shaped oval form with pierced sides, the dish repousse decorated wi...

A twin-handled Edwardian silver drinks tray, Birmingham, c.1906, Norton & White, the gadrooned tray with three original silver mounted glass decan...

An Edwardian pierced silver repousse dish, Chester, c.1910, James Deakin & Sons, of shaped oval form, the sides designed as oval petals with pierc...

An Edwardian silver and cut glass biscuit tin, Birmingham, c.1904, Elkington & Co., of short cylindrical form with twin silver loop handles to pie...

An Edwardian silver biscuit tin, London, c.1903, Solomon Joel Phillips, of cylindrical form with feet and finial to lid designed as lions resting ...

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