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German Art Deco ‘835’ silver cream service consisting of milk jug and sugar bowl on tray by B.W.K.S (Bremer Werkstätten für Kunsthandwerliche Silberarbeiten).
Russian ‘84’ novelty silver tot measure of thimble form for the German market inscribed: ‘NUR EIN FINGERHUT VOLL’ (ONLY A THIMBLE FULL) Circa 1900.
Pair of Victorian silver gilt nutcrackers marked for London 1882 in the Bacchanalian pattern, originally designed by Thomas Stothard for Rundell Bridge & Rundell with pieces in the Royal Collection dating from 1812 by Chawner & Co.
Pair of Victorian silver gilt grape shears marked for London 1881 in the Bacchanalian pattern, originally designed by Thomas Stothard for Rundell Bridge & Rundell with pieces in the Royal Collection dating from 1812 by Chawner & Co.
George III silver strainer marked for London 1770 by Francis Butty & Nicholas Dumee.
Late 19th century Indian silver teacup and saucer by Hamilton & Co with presentation inscription dated January 1st 1892.
Pair of Victorian silver servers marked for London 1896 by William Hutton & Sons Ltd.
Late 19th century Indian silver dressing table box marked S.T. & Sons T95.
Late 19th century Indian silver gilt “Swami” style spoon by P. Orr & Sons of Madras surmounted by Vishnu and further engraved with a deity in the bowl. Marked ‘ORR’ to the back of the bowl.
Late 19th century Indian silver christening cup with presentation inscription dated April 4th 1888.
Pair of Edwardian pierced silver servers marked for Sheffield 1902 by Levesley Brothers.
English Sheffield Plate table salt with dolphin Legs. Circa 1820.
Edwardian silver handled sewing scissors marked for Birmingham 1907 by Adie & Lovekin Ltd.
Victorian silver presentation trophy cup and cover marked for Birmingham 1843, from the Royal Agricultural Society of England by Robinson, Edkins & Aston.
Victorian silver ‘Pig’ book marker, marked for London 1898 by Sampson Mordan & Co.
Victorian cast and pierced silver basket with original glass liner marked for London 1851 by William Eaton overstriking Stephen Smith & William Nicholson.
Early 17th century silver two prong fork with facetted agate handle. Marked on the stem of the fork with an unidentified makers mark.
Art Deco silver sugar caster marked for London 1935 by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd.
An early 20th century Australian silver boomerang marked ‘BASSE BROKEN HILL SILVER’ by Basse & Co, Adelaide.
Victorian miniature silver caster marked for Sheffield 1890 with a double set of hallmarks. The base Sheffield 1890 by Henry Wilkinson & Co, the screw on top London 1890 by Jacob Berman.
Art Deco silver cigarette dispenser marked for London 1922 by William Comyns & Sons Ltd.
Edwardian silver handled orange peeler marked for Birmingham 1904 by Saunders & Shepherd. The steel peeler stamped ‘SOLINGEN’
Victorian silver mounted decanter marked for London 1885 in the Japanese taste with the neck in the form of a bamboo stem with applied leaves by Edward H Stockwell.
Pair of German mid-20th century ‘925’ Sterling silver candlesticks.
Victorian silver mounted wine bottle stopper in the form of a cherub holding a bunch of grapes marked for Sheffield 1844 by Henry Wilkinson & Co.
Pair of German silver peppers modeled as a Dutch boy and girl in traditional costume with Import marks for London 1923 and Sponsors mark for Berthold Muller.
A set of four English George III rococo silver teaspoons cast with a head of a bearded man in a cap, probably by Tompson Davis, circa 1760.
Early 20th century German ‘800’ silver Jugendstil cup by C Heisier.
Pair of German silver peppers modeled as a Dutch boy and girl in traditional costume with Import marks for London and Chester 1910 and Sponsors mark for Berthold Muller.
Silver mounted gourd shaped glass decanter marked for London 1890 showing the influence of Christopher Dresser by Heath & Middleton.
Edwardian silver mounted ribbed glass match striker marked for Birmingham 1901 by L Bennet & Co.
George V silver mounted cut glass decanter marked for Birmingham 1930 by William Hutton & Sons Ltd.