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A good pair of novelty pierced silver wheelbarrows, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1909 & 1912, 22.5cm x 8.5cm, 699.5g.
A large silver caster, by Robert Pringle, Chester 1931, 18.5cm high, 274.5g.
An impressive silver twin handled porringer and cover, by Walter H Willson Ltd, London 1928, with engraved coat of arms, 19cm high, 985g.
A pair of silver scallop shell dishes, by William Bruford & Son Ltd, London 1969, 14.5cm 217g.
An Art Deco Indian white metal three piece tea set, by P Orr & Sons, Madras, stamped 'ORR 26, Silver 935', engraved crest to body.
A George II silver caster, by Samuel Wood, London 1758, 16cm high, 197g.
A George III silver oval mustard, probably by Charles Chesterman II, London 1791, 7cm high, 106.5g.
An Irish pierced silver dish ring, by Edmund Johnson Ltd, Dublin 1917, with green glass liner, 13cm diameter, 130g weighable.
A Regency Irish Britannia standard silver milk jug, by James Le Bas, Dublin 1815, 11cm high, 153g.
A George III silver mustard, by Charles Fox I, London 1807, 8cm high, 101g.
An Irish silver bottle coaster, by P W K, Dublin 1999, 10cm diameter.
A Hermes taste du vin by Ravinet D'Enfert, having horse head handle, 14cm diameter.
An Edwardian silver shell shaped fruit bowl, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1903, 22cm diameter, 348g.
A George III silver mustard, by Charles Fox I, London 1807, 9cm high, 140g.
A Victorian silver teapot, by R & S Garrard & Co, London 1850, having ivory handle and finial, 724g all in.
A Continental white metal sauce boat, marks indistinct, 5.5cm high.
A pair of George III silver oval pedestal sauce tureens and covers, by Henry Chawner, London 1792, having armorial crest to body, 13cm high, 998g
A William IV rococo silver baluster mug, makers mark indistinct, London 1833, 9cm high, 157g.
A George III silver caster, by Richard Palmer I, London 1780, 13.5cm high, 111g.
A silver baluster mug, by J W Flynn, London 1973, engraved presentation, 13.5cm high, 340g.
A Victorian silver baluster jug, by John Evans II, London 1838, 9.5cm high, 124g.
A George III pierced silver swing handle sugar pail, by Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan, London 1788, having blue glass liner, height including ha...
A silver baluster sugar caster, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1943, 18cm high, 142g.
A white metal duck egg cup, by J R, marks indistinct, 8cm.
A pair of pierced silver gilt bonbon dishes, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1934, 18cm diameter, 546g.
An unusual Victorian silver enclosed photograph frame, by William Comyns & Sons, London 1898, with hinged door, 11.5cm x 9cm.
A sterling silver mounted yo-yo, by Gorham, 5.5cm diameter.
A 19th century Dutch pierced white metal novelty 'drop leaf table' pomander, 5.3cm high.
A silver sugar caster, by C E, London 1937, 15.5cm high, 113.5g.
A George III silver gilt lined swing handled basket by Henry Chawner, London 1793, having wriggle work decoration and crest to one side, 13cm high...
A pair of George IV silver candlesticks by Creswick & Co, Sheffield 1829, having weighted bases and old Sheffield plate twin branch candelabra fit...
An Edwardian silver photograph frame, by T & J Bragg Ltd, Birmingham 1902, 38 x 25.5cm.
A Victorian silver three piece tea & coffee set, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1891; together with a matching milk jug, by same maker, ...
A silver lidded cut glass ice pail, by Asprey & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1990, 17.5cm high, 211g weighable.
A good pair of George III silver twin handled pedestal sauce tureens and covers, by William Frisbee, London 1799, with earl's coronet to cover and...
A George III silver coffee pot, by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp, London 1764, 26cm high, 907g all in.
An Art Deco sterling silver hinged playing card box, on ebonised base, 22cm wide.
An unusual Edwardian silver combination egg holder and toast rack, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1908, 21cm wide, 217g.
An Italian silver mounted engraved glass biscuit barrel, by Cassetti, stamped 800, diameter 19.2cm, 20cm high.
A scarce pair of George III silver bottle coasters, makers mark indistinct, possibly Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, London 1810, 16cm diameter.
An engine turned silver rectangular cigarette box, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1944, 14 x 9cm.
An embossed silver easel back photograph frame, by D R & S, London 1986, 26cm high.
An Edwardian silver cafe au lait pot, by Charles Boyton & Son Ltd, London 1908, 15cm high, 192g all in.
A Victorian silver milk jug, by John Henry Rawlings, London 1894, 10.5cm high, 87g.
A George III silver rectangular waiter, by Thomas Hannam & John Crouch II, London 1807, 23 x 17cm, 583g
A silver waiter, by William Lister & Sons, London 1932, 15cm diameter, 213.5g.
An ornate Arabic twin handled rectangular tray, stamped silver, 46.5cm wide.
A silver bachelor's teapot, by Harrods Ltd, London 1924, 11cm high, 392g total weight.
A silver helmet jug, by Richard Parker, Chester 1932, 14cm high, 115.5g.
A silver hot water jug, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1937, 20cm high, 533.5g total weight.
A cased four piece silver engine turned dressing table set, by S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1935/6.
A cased silver three piece condiment set, by William Adams Ltd, Birmingham 1911 & 1921, 102g.
An Asprey & Co Ltd cased set of six silver and tortoiseshell menu holders, by J Batson & Son, London 1912, decorated with hunting scenes, each 5cm...
A cased pair of silver mounted cut glass salts, by James Deakin & Sons, Chester 1922.
A cased pair of Victorian silver grape scissors by Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1841, 113g.
A cased French white metal and horn four piece serving set; together with a cased set of six Continental white metal handled tea knives
A small quantity of Georgian and Victorian silver fiddle pattern flatware, various makers and dates, 978g; together with a quantity of EPNS cutler...
A part canteen of Edwardian silver Old English pattern flatware, by Robert Stebbings, London 1908, comprising six table forks, six dessert forks a...