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A Pair of George II Silver-Mounted Cut-Glass Tea-Caddies, Apparently Unmarked, Circa 1750, the oblong section glass caddies with faceted corners, ...

A George III Silver Teapot, by William Plummer, London, 1780, plain oval and with tapering spout, the hinged cover with ivory insulator, with wood...

A George II Silver Chocolate-Pot, by Louis Cuny, London, 1728, tapering cylindrical and on reeded base, the hinged cover with further pull off cov...

A George II Silver Sauceboat, by John Barbe, London, 1745, oval and on three scroll capped pad feet, with leaf-capped scroll handle, engraved with...

A Pair of George III Silver Salt-Cellars, by David and Robert Hennell, London, 1766, each bombé oval and on four shell-capped hoof feet, with gadr...

A George III Silver Wine-Funnel, Maker's Mark IC, London, 1787, of typical form and with reeded rim, 11.5cm high, 2oz 9dwt, 75gr. Fully marked on ...

A George III Silver Wine-Funnel, by Peter and Ann Bateman, London, 1791, of typical form, with reed and beaded borders, 12cm high, 2oz 3dwt, 67gr....

A Four-Piece George III Silver Tea-Service, by Duncan Urquhart and Naphtali Hart, London, 1804 and 1806, each piece tapering oblong, with Greek-ke...

Two George III Silver Wine-Coasters, Maker's Marks Rubbed, London, 1810, each circular and with differing shaped sides below gadrooned rim, the tu...

A George II Silver Brandy-Saucepan, Marks Worn, Circa 1730, pear-shaped and with beak form spout, with later part turned-wood handle, engraved wit...

A George III Silver Mustard-Pot, Maker's Mark TH, Possibly for Thomas Holland, London, 1813, shaped oblong and on four ball feet, with angular scr...

A George II Silver Sauceboat, Maker's Mark Worn, London, 1747, bombé and on three shell-capped scroll feet, with leaf-capped scroll handle, 19.5cm...

A George III Silver Coffee-Pot, by S. C. Younge and Co., Sheffield, 1814, baluster and on spreading foot with gadrooned rim, with ivory insulated ...

A George III Silver Mug, by William Cripps, London, 1762, Later Retailed by T. J. Paris, Liverpool, baluster and on spreading foot, with leaf-capp...

A Three-Piece George III and George IV Silver Tea-Service, by Joseph Angell, London, 1819 and 1821, each piece part-fluted and on spreading confor...

A George III Silver Waiter, by Elizabeth Jones, London, 1786, circular and with beaded border, on three beaded panel feet, engraved with a crest, ...

A George III Silver Two-Handled Cup, by James Young, London, 1783, baluster and on spreading foot, with two reeded scroll handles, 11cm high 7oz 1...

A Queen Anne Provincial Silver Two-Handled Cup, by John Langwith, York, 1709, inverted bell-shaped and on spreading foot, with two scroll handles ...

A George III Provincial Silver Waiter, by Robert Cattle and James Barber, York 1807, circular and on three panel feet, with reeded rim and engrave...

A George I Silver Hash-Spoon, Maker's Mark Worn, London, 1721, Britannia Standard, Hanoverian pattern, the back of the bowl with a rat-tail, engra...

A George I Silver Hash-Spoon, Maker's Mark Worn, Probably London, Circa 1720, Hanoverian pattern, the back of the bowl with a rat-tail, engraved w...

A William III Silver Spoon, by Benjamin Watts, London, Circa 1700, with rounded terminal, the bowl with rat-tail, engraved with initials 'RM', 18....

A William III Silver Trefid Spoon, Maker's Mark Worn, London, 1699, with Trefid terminal, the bowl with rat-tail, engraved with initials 'AH', 19....

A Charles II Provincial Silver Trefid Spoon, by John Thompson, York, 1682, the back of the bowl with rat-tail, 18.5cm long, 1oz 14dwt, 52gr. Marke...

A James I Silver Seal-Top Spoon, Maker's Mark WF, Probably for William Frend, London, 1620, the baluster terminal cast with foliage and prick engr...

A Set of Twelve George V Silver-Gilt Teaspoons and a Pair of Sugar-Tongs, by Manoah Rhodes and Sons Ltd., London, 1925, the handle of each stamped...

A George IV Provincial Silver Spoon With Wood Handle, by James Barber and William Whitwell, York, 1820, the bowl oval and with elongated ferrule, ...

Twelve George II Silver Table-Spoons, Ten by John Clayton, London, 1739 and Two by James Wilks, London, 1740, Hanoverian pattern, engraved with di...

A Set of Eight Elizabeth II Silver Table-Knives and Eight Silver Cheese-Knives, Maker's Mark HB, Possibly for H. Buckler, Sheffield, 1977, Old Eng...

A George II Silver Fancy-Back Marrow-Scoop, by Benjamin Cartwright, London, 1759, of typical form, the back of the large scoop stamped with foliag...

A George III Silver Marrow-Spoon, Maker's Mark WC, Possibly for William Cripps, London, 1773, of typical form, 20.5cm long, 1oz 10dwt, 47gr. Fully...

Six Various Items of George III and Later Provincial Silver Flatware, Old English pattern, comprising: a Victorian table-spoon from the Yorkshire ...

A George III Scottish Silver Soup-Ladle, Maker's Mark JN, Possibly for John Newlands, Edinburgh, 1808, Fiddle pattern, engraved with an initial, 3...

A George V Silver Table-Service, by Richard Woodman Burbridge, London, 1935, Retailed by Harrods, each piece with tapering handle with reeded edge...

A Collection of Irish and Irish Provincial Silver Flatware, Comprising; a set of seven Old English pattern teaspoons and two matching sauce-ladles...

An Elizabeth II Silver Table-Service, by Elkington and Co., Sheffield, 1964, 1965 and 1966 or John Biggin, Sheffield, 1980 and 1981, Versailles pa...

A Victorian Silver Table-Service, Mostly by John Stone, Exeter, 1860, single struck Fiddle Shell pattern, engraved with initial, comprising: 4 ta...

A Four-Piece Victorian Silver Tea and Coffee-Service, by Walter and John Barnard, London, 1890 and 1891, each piece with fluted lower body, compri...

A George III and Later Silver Waiter, Probably by William Bennett, London, 1808, the Border With Addition Marks for Daniel and Charles Houle, Lond...

A Set of Four William IV Silver Salt-Cellars, by Edward, Edward, John and William Barnard, London, 1836, each melon-fluted and on three cast anthe...

A Victorian Silver Goblet, by Augustus George Piesse, London, 1865, the bowl tapering and on trumpet foot, the foot with beaded border and chased ...

An Edward VII Silver Teapot, James Dixon and Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1903, compressed globular, with part-fluted sides, he rim stamped with foliage,...

A Victorian Silver Goblet, by Thomas Ellis Seagars, London, 1862, the bowl baluster and on trumpet foot, the bowl chased with foliage, flowers and...

A George IV Silver Mustard-Pot, by Edward, Edward, John and William Barnard, London, 1829, drum shaped and with part-fluted lower body, the very s...

A Three-Piece Victorian Silver Tea-Service, by Walter and John Barnard, London, 1891, each piece compressed circular and with fluted lower body, w...

A Pair of Victorian Silver-Gilt Sweetmeat-Dishes, by Frederick Brasted, London, 1886, each shaped circular and on four bifurcated scroll feet, the...

A Three-Piece Victorian Silver Tea-Service, by Hawksworth, Eyre and Co. Ltd., London, 1896, each piece tapering octagonal and on conforming foot, ...

A Victorian Silver Sweet-Meat Dish, by Jonathan Wilson Hukin and John Thomas Heath, London, 1882, After Design 2074 by Christopher Dresser, oval a...

A Victorian Silver-Mounted Glass Bottle and Stand, The Silver by Abraham Brownett and John Rose, London, 1859, the glass bottle tapering and with ...

A Silver Plate Model of a Horse, Modelled by Frederick 'Fred' Meldrum, Dated 1973, realistically modelled, on mahogany finish plinth and with appl...

A Pair Silver Plate Wine-Coasters, Apparently Unmarked, Probably First Half 19th Century, each circular and with gadrooned border, with wirework s...

A Silver Plate Model of The Thoroughbred Margrave with Jockey Up, Possibly Modelled by Frederick 'Fred' Meldrum After John Frederick Herring, Circ...

A Victorian Tortoiseshell Cased Singing-Bird Box, In the Manner of Bontems, Probably French or Swiss, Circa 1900, oblong, the cover with a gilt me...

A Set of Four French Silver-Gilt Mounted Cut-Glass Scent-Bottles, With Provincial Guarantee Mark For Small Items, 1809-1819, each glass scent-bott...

A Montegrappa Silver Fountain-Pen, With Italian Maker's Mark 1055VI, the shaft and screw cap each octagonal and with reeded lower section, the cap...

A Silver-Mounted Glass Scent-Bottle, Apparently Unmarked, Last Half 19th Century, Later Retailed by Garard and Co. London, the ovoid body with ope...

A Dunhill Ballpoint Pen, Numbered 56283, reeded, the clip and top each with green enamel, with black leather covered box, the box 18.5cm wide; Tog...

An Alpaca and Enamel Erotic Cigarette-Case, First Quarter 20th Century, oblong, the hinged cover enamelled with a scantily clad young woman painti...

A George III Silver Snuff-Box and a Victorian Silver Snuff-Box, The First by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1806, The Second by David Pettifere, Bir...

A Montblank Meisterstuck No 146 Fountain Pen, Numbered IH1067300, the black resin barrel with gilt mounts, the nib engraved with foliage and '4810...

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