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George III Scottish silver two handled cup marked for Edinburgh 1815 by DM, with the crest and motto: “Touch not the cat, but a glove” of the Mackintosh family.
Irish George IV silver sugar bowl marked for Dublin 1825 by James Le Bas.
Rare Irish Provincial Rococo silver milk jug with cast Ostrich crest handle, by Stephen Walsh of Cork, circa 1760-1780.
Queen Anne Britannia Standard silver marrow scoop marked for London 1712, with ‘chamfered faceted’ bowl and stem by John Broake.
Mid -18th century silver Rococo urn shape nutmeg grater by Samuel Meriton I, Circa 1740-1750.
Kalahari Studio Charger, Circa 1955- Large 3 lady blankets.
Early 19th Century silver shell mounted box, inscribed: Respect The Giver and Never Forget.
South African ‘925’ Sterling silver presentation key by Kurt Jobst, dated September 12, 1949. Presented by the M.O.T.H (Memorable Order of Tin Hats) with presentation inscription.
George III cased silver Prize Medal marked for London 1818 by James Jackson inscribed for M Cutler’s Academy.
A turned teak paperweight made from the timber of the ship that saved Natal. Applied with a silver plaque inscribed ‘MADE FROM TIMBER OF H.M.S. SOUTHHAMPTON 1842’
George III silver pair of Apothecary scales marked for London 1823 by John Clark.
Victorian silver sovereign case, vesta case and stamp box with tooth pick and pencil marked for Chester 1900 by William Neale.
Victorian set of three silver figural centrepieces marked for London 1867 by Robert Hennell.
Early 19th century Continental silver gilt knife and spoon.
Late 18th century miniature watercolour on ivory set within gold frame, in an associated contemporary box.
Late 19th Century silver plated electroformed dish after the original designed by Léonard Morel-Ladeuil and produced by Elkington & Co.
Art Deco silver and enamel set of six cocktail sticks marked for Birmingham 1936 by Adie Brothers Ltd.
Four piece silver tea service marked for Sheffield 1948 by Stower & Wragg Ltd.
Henning Koppel (1918-1981) designed, ‘925’ sterling silver and enamel brooch (No 323) for Georg Jensen, Circa 1945.
South African sterling ‘925’ silver and 18ct gold necklace by Erich Frey (1917-2004) with central polished stone pendant, Circa 1970.
Victorian silver vesta case of crest form marked for Birmingham 1897 by A Bros Ltd.
Norwegian ‘925’ silver and enamel trinket dish with fish by David Anderson, Circa 1950.
Art Deco silver bowl marked for London 1933 by Charles Boyton.
Edwardian silver and cut-glass claret jug marked for London 1901 by Charles Boyton.
Continental sterling silver ladies compact- Import marks for London 1905, with the Sun Import mark that was only used for 2 years.
Matched pair of Edwardian silver pheasant pepperettes marked for Birmingham 1903/1906 by Grey & Co.
Cast silver statue of Saint Anthony the Great, as found in the Worshipful Company of Grocers hall in London marked for London 1903 by Carrington & Co.
Edwardian novelty silver duck pepperette marked for Birmingham 1906.
Victorian silver Mr Punch pin dish marked for Birmingham 1896 by A & J Zimmerman Ltd.
Edwardian novelty silver Hare pepperette marked for Birmingham 1906 by Grey & Co.
Silver goblet marked for London 2004 with chased Heraldic symbols by Richard Jarvis.
Early 20th century Continental ‘800’ silver and Horse enamel cigarette case.
Magnificent English late 19th century polished steel presentation knife sharpener in original case.