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George V silver mounted cut glass water jug marked for Birmingham 1911 by John Grinsell & Sons.
Victorian silver serving fork with Mother of Pearl handle marked for Birmingham 1900 by Barnett Henry Abrahams.
Silver mounted cut glass decanter marked for Sheffield 1929 by R F Mosley & Co.
Set of 6 South African ‘925’ sterling silver teaspoons by Kurt Jobst, Circa 1965.
George V silver and Mother of Pearl handle butter knife marked for Sheffield 1910 by Walker & Hall.
Art Deco ‘925’ silver & enamel pill box marked to the base and further marked to the inside rim.
Pair of Victorian silver mounted bottles for oil & vinegar marked for Birmingham 1899 by Hukin & Heath.
Art Deco silver table lighter marked for Birmingham 1928 by Adie Brothers Ltd.
South African ‘925’ sterling silver sugar spoon by Kurt Jobst, Circa 1965.
Victorian silver wine coaster marked for Birmingham 1861 by Elkington & Co Ltd.
Victorian silver mounted porcelain perfume bottle marked for Birmingham 1890 by Charles May & Sons, the base marked ‘6353’.
Set of 6 South African ‘925’ sterling silver coffee spoons by Kurt Jobst, Circa 1965.
Edwardian silver and Mother of Pearl butter spade marked for Birmingham 1904 by William Devenport.
Cased silver handled cake knife marked for Sheffield 1945 by John Sanderson & Son Ltd.
Silver travelling candlestick with storage compartment marked for Birmingham 1938 by Henry Charles Freeman.
Pair of silver Sabbath candlesticks marked for London 1924 by Jacob Rozenzweig.
South African ‘Sterling Silver’ presentation trowel for the laying of the corner stone of the Independent Order of Good Templar’s Bredashoop Lodge in Bredasdorp in June 1924.
Victorian silver and Mother of Pearl condiment spoon marked for Sheffield 1893 by James Deakin & Sons.
Mid-20th century Continental ‘835’ silver rosary box.
Russian ‘84’ silver sugar tongs by Carl Selenius, St Petersburg, Circa 1898.
George III silver waiter marked for London 1768 by Ebenezer Coker.
Chinese export silver Fish slice with pseudo English silver marks for London by WE WE WC, (Documented but maker’s name unrecorded), Canton, Circa 1820-1880.
Cape silver table spoon by Lawrence Twentyman. Circa 1818-1852.
Late 19th century American sterling silver photograph frame.
Cape silver table fork by William Moore. Circa 1840-1863.
Art Deco silver and enamel mounted cut glass perfume bottle marked for Birmingham 1932 by Daniel Manufacturing Company.
Cape silver table spoon by George Egbertus Wolhuter. Circa 1818-1827.
Art Deco silver mounted glass hip flask with detachable cup marked for Chester 1930 by Cohen & Charles.
Cape silver table fork by Lawrence Twentyman. Circa 1818-1852.
Cape silver table spoon by Peter Clarke Daniel. Circa 1837-1863.
Indian Colonial silver cup & cover by Hamilton & Co. Circa 1850-1860.
Art Deco silver tea pot marked for Sheffield 1939 by John Sanderson & Son Ltd.
Large silver photograph frame marked for Birmingham 1942 by Sanders & Mackenzie.