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A rare set of antique silver candlesticks in the style of the reign of William III. Britannia standard silver*. These fine candlesticks stand on square canted corner bases with reed columns and multiple gadroon borders. Fixed circular candle sconces. To the front of the base there is a hand engraved coat of arms within a fish scale cartouche. Weight 1568 grams, 50.4 troy ounces. Height 20 cms approx. Base 14.5 cms. London 1875. Maker Charles Stuart Harris.
An unusual novelty silver character jug in the form of a man’s head. He’s wearing a ruffled collar and a nightcap with a spout through which the cream is poured. Weight 55 grams, 1,7 troy ounces. Height 5.8 cm. Spread 7.5 cm. London 1894. Maker Richards and Brown, well known for novelty silverware.
A fantastic pair of antique German silver table ornaments in the form of large model knights in armour, each astride a galloping horse. Gilded silver (slightly worn) with jewelled beads. The knights have faux ivory faces and helmets with hinged visors which can be opened and closed; in the right hand they each hold a jousting pole, or lance, and in the left they clasp the horse’s reins. The models are very intricate with many separate pieces assembled together. The bases have a naturalist finish
An early English silver chamber stick (also known as a go to bed) with the solid design and excellent heavy gauge silver as you’d expect from this date. Weight 250 grams, 8 troy ounces. Diameter 14cm. Spread 16cm. London 1736. Maker James Gould, known for his cast candlesticks. Biography – James Gould, London silversmith, apprenticed to David Green 1714, free 1722. 2 marks (Sterling and New Standard) entered in 1722. 3rd mark circa 1733. Livery 1739. 4th mark 1739. 4th mark 1743, 5th mark 1743.
A pretty little model silver mandolin scent bottle with a flip top catch. The front, back and top are all decorated with two cherubs playing. Weight 47 grams, 1.5 troy ounces. Length 11.5cm. Width 3.9cm. Continental silver – unmarked. Circa 1900.
A good antique sterling silver tankard with domed hinged lid and plain baluster form. Good size and weight. Attractive strapwork and shaped pierced thumbpiece to the top of the handle. Hand engraved to the front is a large hand engraved monogram in old fashioned cursive script. Contains 1200 ml. Weight 864 grams, 27.7 troy ounces. Height 22 cm. Diameter 10.8 cm (top). Spread 17.5 cm. London 1791. Maker Thomas Oliphant.
A large and very heavy antique silver model double bass. Very pretty with flowers, ladies and cherub decoration. Weight 182 grams, 5.8 troy ounces. Length 16.5 cms. Width 5 cms. Continental silver – unmarked. Circa 1900.
A rare antique early antique sterling silver brandy pan with turned wooden handle and straight tapering sides. Excellent plain style. Good patina. Hand engraved to the front with an armorial within a decorative cartouche. Weight 176 grams, 5.6 troy ounces. Height of pan 5.6 cms, 9.2 cms to top of handle. Diameter of top 9.5 cms. Spread 22 cms. London 1721. Maker Samuel Wastell.
enquire A very fine George II silver salver of circular form with shaped shell decorated border. The central plate engraved with a contemporary coat of arms of floral form topped with a lion holding a star. The whole standing on the three curved and spiral gadrooned feet. Marked for London 1758 by Fuller White.
An attractive sterling silver drinking cup of plain design with a engraved band of hatched foliate scrolls. Weight 104 grams, 3.3 troy ounces. Height 7.5 cms. Diameter of top 7.5 cms. Marked underneath with a Chinese character. Circa 1900. 3 beakers available. Priced each.
This is a wonderful antique silver plated Victorian Samovar, bearing the makers mark FET for Frederick Ellis Timm & Co of Sheffield, England, circa 1860 in date. It has beautiful embossed floral decoration on the baluster form body with a detachable cover. It has a pair of fluted scroll handles and a lion mask tap and is raised on an elegant dome base. This samovar is of fabulous quality and will add an Imperial look to your surroundings. There is no mistaking its unique quality and design, whi
A fine pair of antique sterling silver tureens. Elegant plain styling and oval boat shape with gadroon borders and ring handles. The bases have a hand engraved crest to the front of the foot. Excellent quality and good gauge silver as you’d expect from this world famous English silversmith. Weight 1403 grams, 45.1 troy ounces. Height 18cm. Spread 24cm. Tureen rim 17 x 11.5cm. London 1802. Maker Paul Storr.
A delightful pair of antique sterling silver butter dishes in the form of a scallop shell. Lovely simple design. Pretty little whelk shell feet. Excellent condition and good gauge silver. Weight 232 grams, 7.45 troy ounces. Each measures 15×13.5cm. Height 2.8cm. London 1802. Maker Robert, David & Samuel Hennell. Biography – Hennell Family (worked from 1728). David Hennell I was apprenticed to Edward Wood 6 September 1728. Married 1 March 1736 to Hannah Broomhead.. First mark entered as largewor
An excellent antique Dutch gilt silver spoon, the end of the handle modelled with a seated figure holding a baby and accompanied by a cherub. The back of the bowl is inscribed with the owners initials. Weight 61 grams, just under 3 troy ounces. Length 18.3 cms. Bowl measures 7x5 cms. Stamped with Dutch silver marks for Amsterdam. Circa 1750.
• octagonal-form engraved plate, inset compass, hinged hour ring, pin gnomon and adjustable latitude arc, leveling support and plummet, rotating lunar volvelle for phase and age of the moon, the reverse engraved with European cities and their corresponding latitudes, signed Nicolaus Rugendas, Augsburg 48
A set of Georgian sterling silver dinner forks for 12 people. In the traditional Old English and thread pattern. All with a hand engraved stag crest. Weight approx 800 grams, 25.7 troy ounces. Length 21cm. London 1795. Maker Thomas Wallis. These match the dinner forks in #9078 Georgian canteen of cutlery.
Antique Georgian miniature sterling silver vinaigrette Maker : Thomas ShawMade in Birmingham 1836Fully hallmarked.Initials marked on lid : "PB"Dimensions - Size : 2.7 x 2.1 x 0.8 cmWeight : 11 gramsCondition : Surface wear and tear from general usage, there are some age related blemishes mainly in interior, small ding on the back of the lid. One of the hinges on the lid are loose, however lid is still intact and works fine. Overall great condition for its age with no severe damage, please see pi
A dainty antique sterling silver teapot on pedestal foot. Small size. Attractive fluted design with a wide embossed frieze of scroll decoration. Contains 400 ml. Weight 282 grams, 9 troy ounces. Height 13.5 cms. Spread 18.5 cms. Sheffield 1882. Maker William Hutton & Son.
This lovely William and Mary silver tankard was made in London in 1693 by Alice Noyes and measures 6 inches tall by 8 inches from the handle across and is 5 1/8 inches in dia across the lid and 4.75 inches across the base. It has a scrolled handle bearing the initials P over TA with a shield shaped terminal at the base of the handle and a cast and scrolled thumb piece to the lid with the leading edge of the lid having a cut work design. It is fully and clearly hallmarked to the side and the lid
enquire A Very Fine George II Silver Salver of circular form with shaped shell and acanthus leaf border. The central plate decorated with a band of shell formed and foliate arabesques about the central armorial of two crowned lions issuing from a crown within a shaped floral and foliate cartouche. The whole standing
A Charles I Antique Silver Seat top Spoons with faceted stem, fig –shaped bowl, cast scroll and fluted finial. Length 6.25 inches 16 cm By Edward Hole makers mark EH see Jacksons page 112 Seal top Spoon A Charles I Antique Silver Seat top Spoons with faceted stem, fig –shaped bowl, cast scroll and fluted finial. Length 6.25 inches 16 cm By Edward Hole makers mark EH see Jacksons page 112 Seal top Spoon A Charles I Antique Silver Seat top Spoons with faceted stem, fig –shaped bowl, cast scroll an
Beautiful Pair of Silver Geo IV Salts Chased With Different Sea Shells. Standing On Three Lion Pad Feet. Small Crest Underneath. Made In London Date: 1825 Maker: Robert Garrard Made In London Date: 1825 Maker: Robert Garrard Made In London Date: 1825 Maker: Robert Garrard Weight: 610g / 19.75oz Height: 5cm / 3in Width: 6cm/ 2.5in Weight: 610g / 19.75oz Height: 5cm / 3in Width: 6cm/ 2.5in Weight: 610g / 19.75oz Height: 5cm / 3in Width: 6cm/ 2.5in T/CNTT The Salts are in excellent Condition
An Antique George V Sterling silver photograph frame which has a plain rectangular shaped body with a wooden back and an easel stand for support. The silver frame can be removed from the wooden backing, which is a sign that it has been well made, and it will hold a photograph measuring 17.5 cms high x 11.50 cms wide. It would make a useful addition to a collection and would make an ideal gift.