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Fine Jewellery, Watches & Silver

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Leyburn, North Yorkshire

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  • Leyburn
  • North Yorkshire
  • DL8 5SG
  • United Kingdom

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A George II Silver Coffee-Pot, by Benjamin Godfrey, London, 1738, tapering cylindrical and with reeded base, the hinged cover with acorn finial, w...

A George II Silver Salver, by John Swift, London, 1756, shaped circular and with shell-cast border, on three pad feet, later engraved with a coat-...

A George II Silver Coffee-Pot, Maker's Mark Possibly IK Overstriking Another, London, 1759, pear-shaped and on spreading foot, with leaf-cast and...

A Set of Ten George III Silver Dinner-Plates, by Daniel Smith and Robert Sharp, London, Eight 1782 and Two 1784, The Borders With Modern London As...

A Pair of George II Silver Tea-Caddies and A Sugar-Box En Suite, The Sugar-Box by John Newton, London, 1740, The Caddies Apparently Unmarked, Circ...

A Pair of George II Silver Taper-Candlesticks, by Ebenezer Coker, London, 1764, each on shaped square base with shell cast corners, the baluster s...

A George II Silver Taperstick, Maker's Mark Possibly PT Overstriking Another, London, 1755, the base naturalistically cast, the stem cast as a Har...

A George III Silver Venison-Dish, by James Kirkby, Waterhouse and Co., Sheffield, 1818, shaped oval and on four paw feet, with foliage and flower ...

A Pair of George III Silver Candlesticks, Possibly by Joseph Steward, London, 1781, each on square base with foliage border, the tapering stems be...

A Set of Four George III Silver Salt-Cellars, by Robert Hennell, London, 1772, each oval and on four ball and claw feet, with openwork sides and w...

A Pair of George III Silver Salt-Cellars, by John Young and Co., Sheffield, 1780, each oval and on claw feet, with pierced and engraved sides, wit...

A George IV Silver Wine-Funnel, by William Bateman, London, 1826, of typical form, with shell grip and reeded rim, 15.5cm long, 5oz 14dwt

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

An Assembled George III Silver Tea-Service, each piece oval and with part-fluted lower body, comprising: a coffee-pot, engraved with a crest and w...

A George III Irish Silver Cup, by Richard Williams, Dublin, 1770, inverted bell-shape and on spreading foot, with two leaf-capped scroll handles, ...

A George III Silver Basket, by John Edwards, London, 1798, oval and on conforming foot, the sides pierced and engraved with foliage and with a ree...

A George III Silver Jug, by Daniel Smith and Robert Sharp, London, 1781, slightly baluster, chased with staves and with a beak-form spout, with an...

A George III Silver Tumbler-Cup, by Richard Richardson II, Chester, 1768, plain cylindrical and with gilt interior, 5.6cm diameter, 2oz 2dwt A n...

A Rare Pair of George III Silver Wine-Coasters, by John Hampston and John Prince, York, 1794, One With York Town Mark, circular and with turned wo...

A Pair of George II Silver Sauceboats, by Isaac Cookson, Newcastle, 1754, each oval and on three foliage-capped feet, with leaf-capped handle, eng...

A Charles II Silver Tumbler-Cup, Maker's Mark Lacking, Attributed to Thomas Mangy, York, 1673, slightly tapering cylindrical, chased with foliage ...

A George III Silver Coffee-Pot, Maker's Mark Possibly IH, Possibly by James Hetherington, Newcastle, 1798, pear-shaped and on spreading foot with ...

A George III Silver Teapot and an Associated Stand, by John Langlands I and John Robertson I, Newcastle, The Teapot 1784, The Stand 1786, the teap...

A George III Silver Two-Handled Cup, by John Langlands, Newcastle, 1796, inverted bell-shaped and on spreading foot, with two scroll handles, 17.5...

A George III Silver Cream-Boat, by John Langlands, Newcastle, Circa 1800, boat-shaped and on three shell-capped stepped feet, with shaped border a...

A Victorian Silver Table-Service, Most by Henry John Lias and Henry John Lias, London, 1865, Lily pattern, engraved with a crest, comprising: 6 t...

A Pair of Norwegian Parcel-Gilt Silver Spoons, by Marius Hammer, Bergen, Circa 1900, each in the 17th century style, with round parcel-gilt bowl w...

A Victorian Silver Soup-Ladle and Set of Eight Silver Table-Spoons, by John James Whiting, London, 1844, single struck Albert pattern, engraved wi...

A Victorian Silver Soup-Ladle, by George Adams, London, 1872, Lily pattern, engraved with a crest, 33.5cm long, 8oz 17dwt

A Pair of George IV Silver Asparagus-Tongs, by William Eaton, London, 1828, Queen's pattern, engraved with a crest, 25.5cm long, 7oz 2dwt. Fully m...

A Pair of Victorian Silver Grape-Scissors, by George Howson, Sheffield, 1898, King's pattern, engraved with a crest, 17.5cm long, gross weight 3oz...

Two Victorian Silver Basting-Spoons, by George Adams, London, One 1849, The Other 1857, the first Hourglass pattern, the second King's pattern, ea...

A French Empire Silver-Gilt Musical-Box, by L. Baudin, Paris, 1809-1819, oblong, the hinged cover and base with an engine turned ground within fol...

A William IV Silver-Gilt Vinaigrette, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham, 1830, oblong, the hinged cover engine-turned and within a foliage border, wi...

A William IV Gold Vinaigrette, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1832, 18ct, oblong and with foliage cast borders and engine-turned panels, the inte...

A George III Two-Colour Gold Vinaigrette, by Giles Loyer, London, 1809, 18ct, circular, the hinged cover, sides and base each engine-turned within...

A George III Silver Vinaigrette, by Cocks and Bettridge, Birmingham, 1799, oval, the base, hinged cover and sides each with a textured finish, the...

A French Gold Snuff-Box, Maker's Mark ?H With Star Above, Paris, Circa 1810, shaped oblong and with rounded corners, the hinged cover, base and si...

A Victorian Silver Snuff-Box, by Edward Smith, Birmingham, Circa 1850, oblong and with rounded corners and concave sides, engraved and engine-turn...

A Swiss or German Gold Patch-Box, Maker's Mark GB Incuse Crowned, First Quarter 19th Century, oval, the hinged cover, sides and base each decorate...

A George V Gold Waterman's Ideal Propelling-Pencil and an Edward VIII Waterman's Ideal Gold Fountain-Pen, The Pencil London, 1935, the Fountain-Pe...

A Victorian Porcupine Quill and Bone Card-Case, Last Quarter 19th Century, oblong and with foliage engraved and stained border within panels of po...

A George III Silver Vinaigrette, by Wardell and Kempson, Birmingham, 1818, oblong, the base curved, the hinged cover engraved 'L'Amitie' within fo...

A Victorian Silver and Enamel Sovereign-Case, by Alfred Wigley, Birmingham, 1898, circular, the front enamelled with two horses and jockeys at ful...

A George III Silver-Mounted Vernis Martin Bonbonierre, Apparently Unmarked, Circa 1810, circular and with pull off cover, tortoiseshell lined, app...

A Queen Anne Silver-Mounted Pressed-Tortoiseshell Snuff-Box, by John Obrisset, Circa 1705, oval, the hinged cover pressed with a portrait of Queen...

A George II Gold and Shagreen Necessaire, Apparently Unmarked, Circa 1740, the etui tapering cylindrical, the shagreen body with gold scrollwork m...

A Victorian Silver and Enamel Vesta-Case, by William Neale, Chester, 1888, oblong, the front enamelled with a flower and foliage, with suspension ...

A George IV Gold Fob-Seal, Apparently Unmarked, Circa 1820, oblong, fluted and chased with foliage, with double scroll handle and suspension loop,...

A George IV Gold Fob-Seal, Apparently Unmarked, Circa 1820, oblong, with gadrooned border and stamped with fruit and foliage, with suspension loop...

A George III Gold Fob-Seal, Stamped AW90, Circa 1810, oval, the border stamped with foliage and flower, with suspension loop and purple stone matr...

A Gold Musical Fob-Seal, Apparently Unmarked, Probably Swiss, First Half 19th Century, the base oval and with fluted sides, engraved with a cyphe...

A Gold Musical Fob-Seal, Apparently Unmarked, Probably Swiss, First Half 19th Century, Retailed by Hancocks and Co., London, the seal oval and wi...

A George III Gold and Enamel Scent-Bottle, Almost Certainly Incuse Maker's Mark IH or JH, London, Circa 1770, pear-shaped and with screw cover, ov...

A Pair of Old Sheffield Plate Wine-Coolers, Collars and Liners, With Crossed Arrows Mark, Probably For T. and J. Creswick, Sheffield, Further Mark...

A Pair of Old Sheffield Plate-Mounted Indian Blackbuck Horn Toasting-Forks, Apparently Unmarked, Circa 1820, the natural horn with plain silver pl...

A Pair of George III Old Sheffield Plate Goblets, Apparently Unmarked, Circa 1800, Each with tapering bowl and on spreading foot, the interiors gi...

A George III Old Sheffield Plate Double-Beaker, Apparently Unmarked, Last Half 18th Century, modelled as a barrel, with reeded bands, the interior...

A George III Old Sheffield Plate Flagon, Apparently Unmarked, Circa 1800, tapering cylindrical and on spreading base, with reeded bands, the hinge...

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