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Russian ‘84’ silver and enamel Shamshir shaped letter opener. Marked for St Petersburg 1908-1917.
Russian ‘84’ silver Salt Chair by Alexander Fulid (1862-1917) marked for Moscow 1884.
George V silver and cut glass Claret Jug marked for Birmingham 1910, engraved with a scene in the manner of Thomas Landseers “Monkeyana.”
Cape silver double beaker in the form of a wine barrel by Lawrence Twentyman, Circa 1825, set with two Dutch ‘silver rider’ ducatons.
Cape silver salt spoon by John Townsend. Circa 1825.
Rare Cape silver Orange spoon by John Townsend. Circa 1825.
Russian ‘84’ silver Salt Chair by Alexander Fulid (1862-1917) marked for Moscow 1899-1908. Assay Master- Ivan Lebedkin.
Russian ‘84’ silver folding fruit knife by K.Y. Pyets (1835-1875) marked for Moscow 1861, Assay Master I. Avdyeyev.
Magnificent George IV silver Chafing dish with removable liner marked for London 1827 by Paul Storr in the rococo revival style.
Russian ‘84’ silver sweet bowl marked for Moscow 1908-1926 by Ivan Khlebnikov with Imperial Warrant mark.
Pair of George III silver gravy boats marked for London 1766 by William Skeen.
Russian ‘84’ silver gilt and shaded enamel vesta case marked for Moscow 1899-1908.
George IV silver three-piece tea set marked for Sheffield 1934/1935 by Walker & Hall.
Arts and Crafts silver travelling communion set marked for London 1940 by D. Allen & S. Glaister.
English George III silver hair comb marked for Birmingham 1808.
A mid-18th century brass sauceboat of silver form with contemporary crest to the side.
Moorcroft vase ‘Hibiscus’ pattern by Walter Moorcroft. Circa 1953.
Victorian novelty silver jelly mould in the form of a Japanese Noh mask marked for London 1882 by Louis Dee.
Art Deco cased silver and enamel cigarette case and powder compact marked for Birmingham 1945 by Joseph Gloster Ltd.
Russian ‘84’ silver cigarette case marked for Moscow 1908-1926 by Pyetr Abrosinov. The front inscribed ‘Bogatyrs’.
Victorian silver topped ‘Ivory’ cameo glass perfume bottle by Thomas Webb, the silver marked for London 1885.
Victorian silver scent bottle marked for London 1887 by Sampson Mordan.
George V silver perfume bottle marked for Chester 1910 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd.
Victorian cast silver Gin decanter label marked for London 1869 by Henry William Dee.
Victorian novelty silver mounted folding scissors marked for London 1883 by Louis Dee.
Art Deco silver hip flask marked for Birmingham 1939 by Adie Brothers.
Moorcroft vase ‘Freesia’ pattern by Walter Moorcroft. Circa 1954- 1978.
Nine carat gold Dunhill lighter marked for London 1953 by Alfred Dunhill & Sons.
Pair of Georg Jensen ‘925’ sterling silver salts with enameled interior designed by Søren Georg Jensen. Circa 1965.
Victorian novelty silver spoon modeled as a besum broom marked for London 1867 by George Fox.
Arts & Crafts silver dish marked for London 1927 by Omar Ramsden.
Art Deco silver travelling clock with gold inlay marked for Birmingham 1937 by William Neale & Son Ltd.
Pair of George V silver gravy boats marked for London 1912 by C S Harris & Sons Ltd.