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Victorian set of three silver figural centrepieces marked for London 1867 by Robert Hennell.
Edwardian silver handled ‘Reynolds Angels’ shoehorn & button hook marked for Birmingham 1908 by W J Myatt & Co.
George III silver sauce ladle marked for London 1793 by Peter & Ann Bateman.
Georg Jensen ‘925’ silver dish with enamel interior, ‘No 1120 A’ designed by Magnus Stephensen. Circa 1963.
Edwardian silver sealing wax holder marked for London 1907 by Stuart Clifford & Co.
Pair of Edwardian silver ship menu holders marked for London 1903 by Stuart Clifford.
Georg Jensen ‘925’ silver ‘Cactus pattern’ server designed by Gundorph Albertus, circa 1930.
Pair of silver gilt place name holders marked for London 1976 by Stewart Devlin.
Victorian silver figural handled button hook marked for London 1885.
Pair of Victorian silver shell shaped salt dishes with dolphin feet marked for Birmingham 1862 by Henry Hyde Aston.
South African ‘925’ sterling silver meat skewer by Kurt Jobst, Circa 1965.
Georg Jensen ‘925’ silver ‘No 42 pattern’ serving spoon circa 1933-1944.
Early 20th century Japanese ‘Sterling’ silver pepper.
Early 19th century Continental silver gilt knife and spoon.
Georg Jensen ‘925’ silver beaker No. 371 B, post 1945.
Pair of Art Deco silver fish servers marked for Birmingham 1946 by Angora Silver Plate Co Ltd.
Late 19th Century silver plated electroformed dish after the original designed by Léonard Morel-Ladeuil and produced by Elkington & Co.
Norwegian ‘925’ silver and enamel thimble by David Anderson, circa 1920.
Victorian novelty silver ‘milk churn’ pepper marked for Birmingham 1890 by Henry Charles Freeman.
Silver thimble with inset glass top marked for Birmingham 1935 by James Swann & Son.
Chinese export silver tea strainer by Siu Kee, Hong Kong circa 1900-1925.
Georg Jensen ‘925’ sterling silver ‘Beaded pattern’ serving set, circa 1933 – 1940.
English silver ‘IN MEMORY OF’ thimble, circa 1890.
A Mid-20th century American sterling silver and enamel penknife by the Cattaraugus Cutlery Company, Little Valley, New York.
Arts & Crafts silver caddy spoon marked for London 1931 by Charles Plucknett.
Victorian silver sweet dish marked for London 1888 by Charles Edwards.
Georg Jensen ‘925’ silver paper knife designed by Jorgen Jensen (1895-1966), son of Georg Jensen, circa 1945.
Russian ’84’ silver salt, circa 1848.
Georg Jensen ‘925’ silver ‘Cactus pattern’ fish set, designed by Gundorph Albertus, circa 1930.
Art Deco silver & enamel cigarette case marked for Birmingham 1945 by Joseph Gloster Ltd.
Georg Jensen ‘925’ Sterling silver cup, No 444 D designed by Harald Nielsen, Post 1945.
Late 19th century German silver milk jug in the form of a toby jug, struck with pseudo marks to the base.