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An early 19th century silver brandy warmer with possible newly recorded Cape marks for Daniel Collinet, Circa 1820.
Cape silver Konvyt fork with tubular handle by Daniel Beets. Circa 1820.
Pair of silver Tablespoons, one with Cape silver marks for William Godfried Lotter and the other with marks for CPG. Circa 1820.
Cape silver Konvyt fork by Lodewyk Beck. Circa 1850.
Indian silver Kang shape sugar basin with applied snake handle and fish decoration. Circa 1881.
Indian silver goblet in the “Coriander flower pattern” Lucknow. Circa 1870.
American Sterling silver sovereign case by Tiffany & Co, embossed ‘Rosina Clay 8th October 1888’
Set of four silver and enamel artist palette menu holders marked for Birmingham 1904 by Harry Emmanuel. Marked to the back with a British Registered design- Rd 432750.
Victorian silver pocket barometer marked for London 1895 by Thomas Wheeler.
Edwardian silver epergne marked for Birmingham 1909 by Elkington & Co Ltd.
Set of four Victorian silver and parcel gilt serving spoons marked for London 1879 by Charles Edwards.
Pair of Victorian silver chocolate moulds marked for Birmingham 1896, with Rd number 191501 by John William Caldicott.
Austro-Hungarian ‘800’ silver, horses’ heads cigar cutter with marks for 1886 – 1922.
Silver beer mug marked for London 1936 by Richard Comyns.
Austro-Hungarian ‘800’ silver fox head cigar cutter with marks for 1886 – 1922.
French ‘800’ silver tastevin. Circa 1900.
Austro-Hungarian ‘800’ silver dog head cigar cutter with marks for 1886 – 1922.
George III silver wine funnel marked for London 1816 by Charles Fox I.
Pair of Georg Jensen ‘925’ sterling silver salts with enameled interior designed by Søren Georg Jensen. Circa 1965.
Victorian silver and cut glass Claret Jug marked for London 1894, by Charles Edwards.
Pair of Victorian silver chamber candlesticks by Paul Storr marked for London 1838.
A William IV silver caster marked for London 1836 by Paul Storr for Robert Henry Herbert, 12th Earl of Pembroke and 9th Earl of Montgomery (1791-1862).
Pair of William IV silver salvers by Paul Storr marked for London 1837, with engraved arms for the Campbell family.
George III silver chamber candlestick marked for London 1819 by Edward Farrell.
Victorian silver “Skyphos” cup marked for London 1899 by Edward Barnard & Sons.
Rare Victorian novelty silver sovereign case marked for London 1883 in the form of a Japanese Noh mask by Louis Dee.
English Silver Yad (Torah Pointer) with original chain marked for London 1928 by Aaron Taitelbaum.
Arts & Crafts silver rose bowl marked for London 1930 by George Henry Hart, Guild of Handicraft.
Cased set of six Art Nouveau Continental sterling silver buttons with Import marks for London 1906 and Sponsors mark for Fredericks Ltd.
Arts & Crafts silver beaker marked for London 1911 by the Guild of Handicraft.
Pair of Edwardian silver menu holders marked for Birmingham 1906, with Australian interest, by Walker & Hall.
Three piece parcel gilt silver cruet set marked for London 1975 by Stuart Devlin.