This super quality pair of George I Britannia silver mugs were made in London in 1716 by Samuel Lee and measure 4 inches tall by 4.25 inches from the handle across and 2 5/8 inches in dia across the top and 3 inches across the base. They each have cast and scrolled handles with plain thumb pieces and each has the initial M in florid script to the fronts inside a round cartouche surrounded by acanthus leaves, flower heads and foliage. They are fully hallmarked to the sides and are in super condit
An unusual antique sterling silver bottle ticket with a silver chain. Cast in the form of the letter “S” the label has leaf and face mask decoration. Weight 5 grams. Measures 2.5 x 1.9cm. Birmingham 1819. Maker Joseph Wilmore.
This superb armorial George III silver tray is made in London in 1789 by John Crouch and measures 21 inches in length by 13.25 inches wide and has a large gadrooned border with the handles having acanthus leaf detailing. It has a large coat of arms to the centre below a lion rampant crest and is fully and very clearly hallmarked to the back. A fine quality tray in excellent condition weighing 62.65 ounces or 1949 grams. The Marital Arms of Dickenson (with Wood in pretence) and Bradley
A pair of William IV electroplate soup tureens, covers, and liners, Elkington & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, 1844 of lobed compressed oval form, leaf-capped scrolling handles, the domed covers with stylised pomegranate finials, engraved with the Smith crest and coat-of-arms, in a fitted iron-bound strong box with Smith engraved brass plaque, the tureens 41.5cm, over handles and a pair of Sheffield plate entree dishes and covers, Matthew Boulton & Co., Birmingham, circa 1810, oblong with gadrooned rims a
enquire A very rare 17th century large silver sugar caster of lighthouse form. Rising up from a spreading knurled foot, the plain body with reeded band decoration. The bayonet fitted lid is simply decorated with symmetrical piercing, topped with matching decoration to the foot and surmounted with an acorn finial. Fully
A magnificent pair of antique sterling silver chargers (or sideboard dishes) with gilt finish. Decorated in the 17th century style with deep relief embossed fruit and foliage. The centre is engraved with a large coat of arms of Scott impaling Surtees for John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon (1751-1838) and his wife Bessie. Scott was made an Earl in 1821. Weight each 3270 and 3390 grams approx, total 214 troy ounces. Diameter 64 cms. London 1816. Maker William Pitts, known for making large and impressiv
Elizabeth I 1572 Hammered Silver Threepence; Hadrian Roman copper coin; other Roman coin; George III Countermarked 1797 Penny; George III Copper Farthings 1771, 1799; George IV Copper Farthings 1822, 1825; other Victoria Farthings, etc(8), George III Brass Guineas(3
Offered for sale is this Edwardian antique circular pierced sided silver bowl decorated with palmette designs, maker:- R.M.E.H, Sheffield 1903, approximately 6 1/2 oz. Lovely condition. Internal Ref: 0150 Dimensions Height = 3.5 cm (2") Width = 19 cm (8") Depth = 19 cm (8")
A handsome antique sterling silver serving platter of oval form with a shaped gadroon edge. Large size and very heavy quality. On the top edge there is a hand engraved crest of an arm holding an arrow topped by the motto “Salvet Me Deus”. Weight 2633 grams, 84.6 troy ounces. Top measures 53.5 x 38 cm. London 1776. Maker James Young, whose work is described by Grimwade as being of elegant neoclassical design and fine finish.
A superb 6 place silver canteen by Paul Storr. Double struck in the fiddle, thread & shell pattern with diamond and shell heel. Most pieces engraved with crests or elegant scrolling initials to terminals. (see pictures for details) Comprising: 6 table forks, 6 tablespoons, 6 table knives - 6 dessert forks, 6 dess
Probably of medical interest. A rare and interesting antique sterling silver jug of simple form with a detachable handle with a turned wooden grip. Hand engraved to the front is a circular cartouche containing the Pollen family crest of a pelican and motto “De Tout Mon Coeur”. Contains 250 ml. Weight 184 grams, 5.9 troy ounces. Height 13 cm. Spread 16.5 cm. London 1787.
Iva is as set of 7 Victorian vanity box containers.Her glass bodies are fluted Doric column style.Her lids are in sterling silver and detailed with textured spray of lines. In the centre she has the monogram S C A intertwined.The largest in the group measures 3.4cm width x 17.7cm height x 3.4cm depth.The smallest in the group measure 3.8cm width x 8.8cm height x 3.8cm depth.She dates 1904 London hallmark. Iva is as set of 7 Victorian vanity box containers.Her glass bodies are fluted Doric column
This twenty-six-piece silver toilet service was created in the early 20th Century, after a model made in London between 1673-1682. The original set is on display at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Large toilet services, like this, would have been essential luxuries for elite women in the 17th Century. They were used to store makeup, perfume, ribbons, hair and wig pins, and everything else needed to dress fashionably for high society. The service woul
A large collection of Spanish silver flatware, A large collection of Spanish silver flatware largely a twelve place setting including table knives and forks, tablespoons, fish eaters, dessert knives and forks, servers, teaspoons, and others. (quantity)
Two Tibetan Silver and Turquoise Floral Pattern Encrusted Filigree Amuletic Buddhist Prayer Boxes Worn for Protection Against Evil Influences Attached with chains or braids through the four barrel shaped loops Both with removable tin bases for the insertion of relics and prayers One with gilded filigree silver top and attached Beasley label ‘Tibet Ex Righi Coll. MH/-’ 18th Century
A part canteen of beaded Dutch silver flatware, A part canteen of beaded Dutch silver flatware comprising six each table forks and table spoons, two large serving spoons, one soup ladle, one sauce ladle, one fruit serving spoon and one pickle fork, weight approximately 48.8 ozt (18)
This very good armorial and crested quality George II silver kettle on stand was made in London in 1736 by Richard Bayley and measures 14 inches with handle raised by 9.25 inches handle to spout and approx 7 inches at its widest. It is beautifully engraved around the top border leading up to the lid that it marked to the inside with a lion passant, the lid has a flush hinge with the lid being engraved to the outer edge also. The cast spout as a graduated drop detail below and a turned lip above
A very rare matching pair of early antique silver boxes of octagonal form, with pull off tops, dating from the reign of King Charles II. Sterling silver. Simple plain form with a large hand engraved crest within tied plumage, very typical of the date. Superb antique colour. At this date boxes of this type would have originally been part of an extensive toilet service. Total weight 239 grams, 7.6 troy ounces. Height 3.5 cm. Width of top 9 cm. London 1675. Maker Isaac Dighton, London.
An exquisite and extraordinarily fine early 19 century mother-of-pearl Necessaire; the rectangular box lid with a central silver plaque engraved with the initials “AMW” within a border and radiating lines of shell inlay, opening with a spring clasp at the front and retaining all the original gold fittings and linings and in perfect condition, comprising: An exquisite and extraordinarily fine early 19 century mother-of-pearl Necessaire; the rectangular box lid with a central silver plaque engrave
An Edwardian two-piece silver part tea set, An Edwardian two-piece silver part tea set Birmingham 1912, by Williams Ltd, comprising a tea pot and twin-handled open sugar bowl, 26 ozt. combined weight. (2)