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Leyburn, North Yorkshire

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  • United Kingdom

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A George III Silver Wine-Funnel, by Soloman Hougham, London, 1799, of typical form with reeded rim and plain thumbpiece, 14cm long, 4oz 1dwt. Full...

A George III Silver Mug, by William Cripps, London, 1762, baluster and on spreading foot, with leaf-capped scroll handle, later engraved with init...

A Victorian Silver Mustard-Pot, by Charles Fox, London, 1839, drum-shaped and with spreading base, the hinged cover with openwork thumbpiece, engr...

A Victorian Silver Tea-Caddy, by Henry Wilkinson and Co., Sheffield, 1838, in the George III style, bombé and on four scroll-cast feet, chased wit...

A Victorian Silver Mustard-Pot, by John and Henry Lias, London, 1840, drum-shaped and with a foliage cast border, the hinged slightly domed cover ...

A Victorian Silver-Mounted Cut-Glass Claret-Jug, by Horace Woodward and Co. Ltd., London, 1895, the tapering diamond-cut glass body on spreading p...

A Victorian Silver Butter-Dish, Cover and Stand, by Charles Reily and George Storer, London, 1840, shaped circular and with foliage cast border an...

A Victorian Silver Cream-Jug and Sugar-Bowl, by Elkington and Co. Ltd., Birmingham, 1852, each lobed and on spreading foot, with scroll handle, th...

A Victorian Silver Coffee-Pot, by Richard Martin and Ebenezer Hall, Sheffield, 1890, in the George I style, tapering cylindrical, with part ebonis...

A Victorian Silver Christening-Mug, by Thomas Smily, London, 1870, baluster and on four scroll feet, the sides engraved with foliage, engraved wit...

A Continental or American Silver Vesta Case, Stamped 'Sterling', 20th Century, in the form of a setter's head, the hinged cover with a striker, 5c...

A George III or George IV Silver and Tortoiseshell Snuff-Box, Circa 1820, rounded oblong, the hinged cover end ends each pique inlaid with stylise...

A Victorian Silver Posy-Holder and a Silvered Example, The First Maker's Mark Rubbed, Birmingham, 1864, The Second Apparently Unmarked, Circa 1880...

A Victorian Silver Vinaigrette, Maker's Mark Indistinct, Birmingham, 1899, in the form of a snuff-mull, the rim chased with foliage, the hinged co...

A Victorian Silver Vesta-Case, Probably by William Neale, Chester, 1889, oblong, the cover cast in high relief with three horses racing past a gra...

A George III Silver Vinaigrette, by Thomas Phipps and Edward Robinson, London, 1806, oblong and with canted corners, engraved with stylised oak le...

A Victorian Silver Vesta Case Cum Cheroot-Cutter, by Benjamin Barling and Sons, London, 1863, oblong and with engine-turned decoration, with two h...

A George VI Gold Match-Box Holder, by William Neale and Son Ltd., Birmingham, 1949, 9ct, oblong and with suspension ring, overall engine-turned, 6...

An American Silver Card-Case, Apparently Unmarked, Second Half 19th Century, shaped oblong and with hinged cover, the front chased with a depictio...

A Victorian Silver and Mother-of-Pearl Posy-Holder, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, Circa 1840, the body formed as a part openwork cornucopia, wit...

An Edward VII Silver Vesta-Case, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham, 1906, oblong, the front chased with the head of a British bulldog, with hinged cov...

An Elizabeth II Silver Wine-Taster, by Anthony Gordon Elson, London 1977, the bowl circular and with naturalistic branch handle, 12cm wide; Togeth...

An American Silver-Mounted Lucite Compact, Stamped 'Sterling', Probably First Half 20th Century, the lucite body square, the hinged cover set with...

A Victorian Silver Vesta-Case Cum Pocket-Knife, by Sampson Mordan and Co., London, 1893, oval and with suspension loop, one side with hinged cover...

A Set of Six Victorian Silver Teaspoons, by George Adams, London, 1862, Lily pattern, 5oz 16dwt (6). Each fully marked on back of bowl. There is s...

A Set of Four George III Silver Table-Spoons, by Paul Storr, London, 1817, Old English Military Thread and Shell pattern, engraved with a crest, 1...

A Pair of Victorian Silver Basting-Spoons, by George Adams, London, 1859, Fiddle pattern, engraved with a crest; Together With: Two Similar Bastin...

A Cased Set of Six Victorian Silver and Mother-of-Pearl Fruit Eaters, by William Sansom, Sheffield, 1837, each with plain mother-of-pearl handles,...

A Cased Set of Twelve Victorian Silver Plate Fruit-Eaters, Maker's mark JD&S, Possible for James Dixon and Sons, Second Half 19th Century, Kings p...

A George III Silver Meat-Skewer, by John Hayne, London, 1802, of typical form, with loop handle and engraved with initials, 26cm long, 1oz 16dwt ....

A Set of Eight Victorian Silver Dessert-Spoons and Six Table-Spoons, by George Adams, London, 1873, Fiddle pattern, engraved with initials, 27oz 1...

A Set of Nine Victorian Silver Dessert-Forks, by Mary Chawner, London, 1839, Fiddle pattern, later engraved with an initial, 13oz 15dwt (9) . Each...

A Cased Set of Six Edward VII Silver-Mounted Composition Fruit-Eaters, by Thomas Levesley, Four Knives by R. Drummond and Son, Sheffield, 1904, ea...

A Set of Nine George IV Silver Table-Forks, by John Hayne, London, 1827, Old English pattern, engraved with initials, 19oz 17dwt (9) . Each marked...

A Set of Six George III Silver Table-Forks; by Thomas Wilkes Barker, London, 1808, Fiddle pattern, engraved with a crest above an initial, 13oz 16...

Twelve George III and William IV Silver Dessert-Forks; Six by Solomon Hougham, Solomon Royes and John East Dix, London, 1817 and Six by William Ea...

A George IV, William IV and Victorian Silver Table-Service, Fiddle and Thread pattern, comprising: 11 table-spoons 12 table-forks 12 dessert-spoo...

A George V Silver Part Table-Service, by Henry Hodson Plante, London, 1912, each piece with ribbon-tied reeded border, comprising: 7 table-forks ...

A George I Silver Miniature Toy Teapot, Maker's Mark IS, Probably London, Circa 1720, globular and on collet foot, with tapering spout and pull-of...

A Collection of Edward VII, George VI and Elizabeth II Miniature Toy Silver, comprising: a tray and two cups, by Barker Brothers Silver Ltd., Birm...

A Collection of Silver and Metalware Miniature Silver Toys, Some With Spurious Marks, Probably 20th Century, comprising; a bed-warmer with hinged ...

A Victorian Gold and Enamel Medal, by Vaughton and Sons, Birmingham, 1893, 9ct, shield shaped, the outer edge enamelled in blue and labelled as 'T...

A Victorian Gold and Enamel Medal, by Daniel George Collins, Birmingham, 1897, 15ct, shaped as a bicycle wheel, applied with a ribbon, enamelled '...

A Victorian Gold Medal, Stamped '15ct', Dated 1897, circular the obverse with a shield chased with the Welsh dragon below a Prince-of-Wales feathe...

A Victorian Gold Medal, by J. A. Restall and Co., Birmingham, 1896, 15ct, circular, the obverse stamped with the the arms of England, Scotland and...

Two Victorian Gold Medals, Makers Mark Poorly Struck, Probably by Daniel George Collins, Birmingham, 1897, 9ct, Supplied by Spiridion and Sons, Ca...

Four Victorian Silver Medals, One by J. A. Restall and Co., Birmingham, 1896, One by by Daniel George Collins, Birmingham, 1899 and Two Apparentl...

A Victorian Gold Medal, Maker's Mark JM, Possibly for Joseph Moore, Birmingham, 1899, 15ct, Supplied by Spiridion and Sons, Cardiff, circular the ...

A Victorian Gold Medal, Maker's Mark JM, Possibly for Joseph Moore, Birmingham, 1900, 15ct, Supplied by Spiridion and Sons, Cardiff, circular the ...

Five Various Victorian and Edward VII Silver Medals and a Victorian Silver and Enamel Button, the medals each of various form, four engraved with ...

An Edward VII Gold Medal, T. and J. Bragg Ltd., Birmingham, 1902, 18ct, Supplied by Spiridion and Sons, Cardiff, circular the obverse with a shiel...

An Edward VII Gold Medal, Maker's Mark JM, Possibly for Joseph Moore, Birmingham, 1901, 18ct, Supplied by Spiridion and Sons, Cardiff, circular th...

An Edward VII Gold Medal, Maker's Mark JM, Possibly for Joseph Moore, Birmingham, 1901, 18ct, Supplied by Spiridion and Sons, Cardiff, circular th...

An Edward VII Gold and Enamel Medal, by Walter James Carroll, Birmingham, 1907, 15ct, circular, the front enamelled with the English coat-of-arms...

Three Victorian Silver Medals, One Apparently Unmarked, Supplied by Spiridion and Sons, Cardiff, Dated 1891; One by J. A. Restall and Co., Birming...

Two Victorian Silver Medals; A George V Silver Medal and Two Edward VII Bronze Medals, The First by Daniel George Collins, Birmingham, 1896, Suppl...

A Victorian Silver Salver, by Edward Ker Reid, London, 1871, circular and on three ball and claw feet, with beaded border and engraved with foliag...

A Victorian Silver Hip Flask, by William Summers, London, 1880, oblong, the lower body with detachable cup, with bayonette mounted cover, 11.5cm h...

A Victorian Silver Salver, by Thomas Bradbury, London, 1892, in the George II style, shaped circular and on three fluted panel feet, with foliage ...

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