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A George III silver mustard pot, by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, London 1810, total height 8.5cm, 150g.
A Victorian silver christening mug, by Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1847, 8.8cm, 126g.
A silver pint mug, by L & W, Sheffield 1945, 12cm high, 275g.
A silver sugar caster, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd , Sheffield 1968, 17cm, 160g.
A George III silver caster, by Hester Bateman, London 1783, 14cm, 81g.
A pair of Victorian silver dwarf candlesticks, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1898, 12cm, weighted.
A George III silver pounce pot, London 1794, 9.5cm, 58.9g, (cover unmarked).
A Georgian style silver composite three piece tea set, by Thomas Edward Atkins and Ernest Druiff & Co, Birmingham 1920, 800g all in.
A George III silver chamberstick, by Henry Hubert, London 1778, 9cm diameter, 108g.
A silver teapot, by Levesley Brothers, Sheffield 1919, 14.5cm high, 670g all in.
A George III silver coffee pot, by Walter Brind, London 1760, having later rococo decoration, 25cm, 786g all in.
A Victorian silver tea pot of squat form, by Walter Morrisse, London 1856, 645g all in.
A silver pierced oval fruit dish, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1938, 29cm, 512g.
An Edwardian silver teapot and twin handled sugar bowl, by William Adams Ltd, Birmingham 1907, 476g all in.
A silver three piece tea set, by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1931, 1035g all in.
A pierced silver fruit bowl, by Sterling Silverware Ltd, Sheffield 1977 Jubilee mark, 22cm diameter, 501g.
A pair of George III silver boat shaped salts, London 1802, 10.5cm, 165g.
A Victorian silver three piece tea set, by John, Edward, Walter & John Barnard, London 1872 and 1873, 1522g all in.
An early 20th century Karachi-Cutch bonbon basket, stamped 'J Manikrai, Karachi, T95', 10.5cm high.
A silver twin handled tazza, by Charles Edwards, London 1913, 17.5cm diameter, 431g.
A George IV silver teapot, by Joseph Angell I, London 1825; together with a similar milk jug by the same maker, 793g all in. (2)
A George III silver toast rack, by Matthew Boulton, Birmingham 1809, 15.5cm wide, 284g.
A Victorian silver pedestal bowl, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1898, 13cm diameter, 149g.
A silver quaich, by Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1923, engraved presentation to Sir Cecil Weir, 12.8cm diameter, 304g.
An antique glass lidded tankard, decorated ornate wheel cut crest, the lid inset 'Pope Innocent XII' medal, 15.5cm high.
A 19th century German 13 loth oval lidded box, stamped '13' and 'MR', decorated coaching scene to lid, 18.5cm wide.
A late Victorian, Queen Anne style, silver teapot, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1900, 649g all in
A George IV silver baluster tankard, by Robert Gainsford, Sheffield 1821, 13.7cm, 299g.
An Edwardian silver cream jug, by William Devenport, Birmingham 1902, 7cm, 100g.
A German .800 twin handled sugar bowl, 4.5cm high.
A good George IV silver three piece tea set, by J E Terrey & Co, London 1821, each heavily chased with face masks, vines and grapes, the teapot sp...
A silver four piece tea set, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1927, 1477g all in.
An American sterling silver cake slice, by J.E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia, 26cm, 107g.
A composite Victorian silver bachelor's three piece tea set, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1895 and William Henry Leather, Birmingham 1900, 35...
A silver four piece tea set, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1945, 1650g all in.
A Victorian silver milk jug, London 1894, 13.5cm, 120g.
A silver tumbler, by Nat Leslie Ltd, London 1981, 6cm, 109g.
Two matching German .925 sterling silver waiters, by Hermann Emil-Waldstetten, Baden-Württemberg, 22.5cm diameter, 534g.
A silver sauceboat, by C S R Ltd, London 1971, 17.3cm wide, 196g.
A late Victorian pierced silver bonbon dish, by Carrington & Co, London 1900, 9.8cm diameter, 121g.
An Edwardian silver christening mug, by Jay, Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, Chester 1909, 8cm, 159g.
An Art Deco silver christening mug, by Sanders & Mackenzie, Birmingham 1933, 6.5cm, 75g.
A George III silver teapot stand, probably by Elizabeth Jones, London 1785, 17.5cm, 140g.
A Chinese silver novelty rickshaw condiment set, by Wai Kee, Hong Kong, stamped 'sterling silver', 20cm long.
A George III silver milk jug, London 1800, 10.5cm high, 114g.
A Victorian silver mounted cut glass claret jug, by W G, Birmingham 1866, 28cm.
A pair of Georgian white metal salts, decorated cherubs and lion masks, on paw feet, 8cm diameter.
A silver salver, by Barker Ellis Silver Co, Birmingham 1971, 25.5cm diameter, 648.5g.
A German .835 waiter, by Wilkens, Bremen, 27cm diameter, 424g.
A silver cream helmet, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1968, 12.7cm, 119g; together with a silver sauce boat, Birmingham 1923, 121g. (2)
A pair of silver sauce boats, by Mappin & Webb Ltd, Sheffield 1967, 241g.
Three silver mounted cut glass swan bonbon dishes, By E Ltd, Import mark London 1962 and 1967, 12.5cm high.
A Victorian silver rectangular dressing table tray, by Daniel & John Wellby, London 1896, 28 x 18cm, 688g.
A pair of silver sauce boats, by William Neale & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1935, 8.5cm high, 158g
A Persian white metal cigarette case, stamped 'Varton A.O 84', having chased decoration, 10.5cm wide.
A Persian cigarette box, stamped 'Varton A.O', having chased floral decoration, 18cm wide, 449g.
A Persian .84 silver cigarette box, by H P ?, probably Isfahan, 9cm; together with a similar white metal ashtray, 9cm. (2)
A Persian white metal cigarette box, probably Isfahan, stamped to inner lid, 14cm wide.
A Persian white metal bowl, probably Isfahan, stamped marks to base, 15.5cm diameter.
A Persian white metal pedestal fruit bowl, probably Isfahan, stamped marks to base, 26cm diameter.