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- St. John's Street
- West Sussex
- PO19 1XQ
- United Kingdom
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A silver three piece tea set, by Charles Boyton & Son Ltd, London 1919, 1172g gross weight.
An engine turned silver cigarette box, by Padgett & Braham Ltd, London 1963, having Royal Dragoon crest, 16 x 10.5cm.
A silver twin handled horse racing trophy bowl, by B.C, Sheffield 1970, 17.5cm high, including wooden socle, 633g.
A silver salver, by E Viner Ltd, Sheffield 1931, 19cm, 301.5g.
A George III silver teapot, by Solomon Royes, London 1820, 14.5cm high, 664g.
A Victorian silver desk inkstand, by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1899, 21cm wide, 489g weighable.
A George III silver gilt lined twin handled sugar basin, by W Elliot, London 1818, 10.5cm high, 458g.
A silver salver, by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1927, 20.5cm diameter, 352.5g.
A silver four piece teaset, by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1941, 1935g gross weight.
A silver salver, by S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Chester 1929, 25.5cm diameter, 581g.
A good antique electroplated and cut glass cruet stand, 25cm high.
A silver pedestal trophy bowl, by Henry Hodson Plante, London 1921, 8cm high, 322.5g.
A Victorian silver baluster milk jug, by John Keith, London 1853, 13.5cm high, 173g.
A Victorian silver milk jug, by John Henry Rawlings, London 1894, 10.5cm high, 87g.
A Victorian six section toast rack, by Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1898, 12.5cm high, 293g.
A George III silver caster, by Richard Palmer I, London 1780, 13.5cm high, 111g.
An Edwardian silver mounted etched glass claret jug, by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1903, having grape and vine decoration, 26cm high.
A large Edwardian silver salver, by Atkin Bros, Sheffield 1909, 32cm diameter, 892g.
A George III silver coffee pot, by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp, London 1764, 26cm high, 907g all in.
A pieced silver tazza, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1955, London, 23cm diameter, 522.5g, in modern Asprey box.
A cased pair of cast silver gilt lined salts and spoons, by Richard Lawton Ltd, London 1989, 4.5cm high, 152.5g.
A Portuguese white metal circular easel back mirror, 37.5cm diameter. Has been converted from a table centrepiece.
A silver twin handled sugar basin, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1923, 10cm high, 281g.
A George III silver twin handled sugar basin, by J.A, London 1799, 9.5cm high; together with a similar milk jug, by Charles Fox I, London 1819, 10...
A boxed silver alms dish, by Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1998, retailed by Mappin & Webb, London, 19.5cm diameter, 356g.
A set of three Adam style silver candlesticks, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1924, 26cm high, weighted.
A cased pair of Edwardian silver grape scissors, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1903, 18cm long, 121g.
An embossed silver easel back photograph frame, by D R & S, London 1986, 26cm high.
An Arabic white metal dallah coffee pot, stamped 'S.T.Silver', 21cm high,468g, (a/f).
A Portuguese white metal pierced salver, by JAS, Porto, 24cm diameter.
A cased silver three piece condiment set, by Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1948, 82g.
A mahogany cased part set of Victorian silver and mother of pearl dessert knives and forks, by J D S, Sheffield 1893; together with a part set of ...
A cased pair of silver gilt lined salts, by William Aitken, Birmingham 1916, 19.5g; together with a set of six silver handled butter knives; and a...
A cased set of six silver teaspoons and sugar tongs, by A J Bailey, Birmingham 1929, 108g.
A cased set of six Edwardian silver teaspoons and sugar tongs, by Lee & Wigfull, Sheffield 1904, 115.5g.
A cased pair of Victorian silver gilt lined shell salts and spoons, by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings, Birmingham 1897; to...
A cased set of six bright cut silver teaspoons, by S Ltd, Birmingham 1941; together with another cased set of six silver coffee spoons, 119.5g.
A canteen of Georgian and later Old English thread pattern flatware for twelve, mixed makers and dates, to include six non-matching silver coffee ...
A part set of silver fiddle and thread pattern crested flatware, different makers and dates, 1401g. (21)
A George III silver fiddle pattern tablespoon, by T Cox Savory, London 1828; together with a Victorian Old English pattern example, by Charles Boy...
A small group of Georgian and later flatware, to include: a George III caddy spoon, by W E, London 1825; and a set of six teaspoons, by Cooper Bro...
Three Georgian silver teaspoons, by Richard Crossley & George Smith IV, London 1808, 48.5g.
A pair of Irish George III bright cut silver sauce ladles, makers mark indistinct, Dublin 1794, having shell bowls, 47.5g.
An Arts & crafts style silver seal top spoon, by Guild of Handicraft Ltd, London 1959, 15cm long, 390g.
A Russian .84 silver teaspoon, by Fyodor Ivanov, Moscow 1883, 17cm.
A set of six George III teaspoons, by George Smith II, London 1788, 63g.
A Victorian miniature embossed silver perfume flask, by C C May & Sons, Birmingham 1889, 3.5cm.
Three various silver decanter labels, to include: a Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee example, 47.5g.
An Edwardian silver sovereign case, makers mark indistinct, Birmingham 1903; together with two silver stamp cases; and a silver whistle, 48g gross...
A Victorian silver chased sovereign case, by Henry Williamson Ltd, Birmingham 1897; together with another Edwardian example, by Joseph Gloster, Bi...
A silver and enamel pill box, by Toye, Kenning & Spencer, Birmingham 1977, 4.5cm diameter, 70g gross weight.
A silver and lapis lazuli pill box, makers mark indistinct, Birmingham 1923, 4cm diameter.
An engine turned silver gilt lined box, decorated amethysts, import mark for London 1906, 6cm diameter, 77g gross weight.
A sterling silver mounted yo-yo, by Gorham, 5.5cm diameter.
A square silver sovereign case, by Robert Pringle & Sons, Birmingham 1904; together with another silver example and a silver vesta case, gross wei...
A vintage engine turned sterling and 14k gold ladies coin/compact evening purse, by Elgin MFG, USA, having mesh handle, 9 x 6cm.
A pair of George III silver shoe buckles, Birmingham 1779, having chased floral decoration, with steel chapes, 6cm.
Six silver thimbles, 20.5g; together with two others. (8)
A Dutch white metal miniature beer stein, having owl finial, stamped 930, possibly by Van Kempen, 5cm high; together with a chalcedony handled sea...
Four silver and other metal items, to include a silver hinged bangle, a propelling pencil etc.