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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.
Scottish Provincial silver soup ladle by Alexander McLeod (1786- 1870), Inverness, Circa 1850.
Pair of George III Irish silver sugar tongs marked for Dublin circa 1785 by Benjamin Taitt (1784-1791).
George III Irish silver sauce ladle marked for Dublin 1807 by William Ward.
Pair of Victorian Irish silver sugar tongs marked for Dublin 1870 by Samuel Le Bas.
Irish George IV silver sugar bowl marked for Dublin 1825 by James Le Bas.
Irish silver marrow scoop by Daniel Popkins (1759-1766) Dublin, Circa 1760.
Irish silver salt shovel marked for Dublin 1851 by John Smyth and retailed by W. Gilbert.
Irish silver straining spoon marked for Dublin 1796 by Law & Bayly.
Irish silver gravy boat in the 18th century style marked for Dublin 1901 by John Smith.
Irish silver salt shovel marked for Dublin 1849 by John Smyth.
Irish silver fish knife marked for Dublin 1840 by Peter Walsh.
Art Deco silverplate Cocktail Shaker designed by Keith Murray (1892-1981) for Mappin & Webb with a removable strainer, Circa 1930.
Novelty silver dogs head letter opener marked for Chester 1928 by Stokes & Ireland Ltd.
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.
George III silver nutmeg grater marked for London 1806 by Phipps & Robinson.
Silver Permanent Steward’s Jewel for The Royal Masonic Hospital marked for London 1932 by the Royal Mint.
South African ‘925’ Sterling silver sugar bowl by Kurt Jobst, Circa 1965.
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.
South African ‘925’ Sterling silver salt by Kurt Jobst, Circa 1965.
South African silver military prize napkin ring for the Durban Light Infantry awarded to Private G. F. Gaydon, Circa 1930.
German miniature silver chair with Import marks for London 1895 and Sponsors mark for Berthold Muller.
German silver miniature chair with import marks for London 1903, Sponsors mark for Elly Isaac Miller.
Cape silver teaspoon by Daniel Beets, Circa 1815.
Cape silver table spoon by Thomas Stephenson, Circa 1845.
Georg Jensen silver ‘Acanthus pattern’ sugar spoon, post 1945.
Early 20th century English silver mounted riding crop.
Silver and enamel shooting spoon marked for Birmingham 1942 by William J. Dingley, with impressed Registered Design number: 442233.
Cape silver snuff box by Dominique Du Moulin, Circa 1820.