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Victorian silver sweet dish marked for London 1894 by William Hutton & Sons Ltd.
Victorian silver trophy cup marked for London 1873, with central ‘Atlas’ figure by Richards & Brown.
Victorian silver double tot measure marked for Sheffield 1897 by Martin, Hall & Co.
Victorian silver mounted porcelain scent bottle marked for Birmingham 1900, the silver by Henry Bushell & Co and the Porcelain by Lock & Co.
Victorian silver olive spoon marked for London 1888 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.
Victorian silver crimped rim sugar dish marked for London 1884 showing the influence of Christopher Dresser by Hukin & Heath.
Victorian silver sweet dish marked for London 1894 by John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater.
Victorian silver egg cup marked for London 1883.
Victorian silver cup marked for London 1871 by William Edwards.
Victorian silver sweet basket marked for Sheffield 1897 by James Dixon & Sons Ltd.
Pair of Victorian cast silver grape scissors marked for London 1887 by John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater.
Victorian silver tazza marked for Birmingham 1884 by Elkington & Co.
Victorian silver meat skewer marked for London 1868 by George Adams.
Cased Victorian silver Castletop card case marked for Birmingham 1848, showing ‘NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT’ by Taylor & Perry probably commemorating the completion of the Lords Chamber in 1847.
Victorian silver pocket watch marked for Chester 1894 by ‘THOS RUSSELL & SON 88125’
Victorian cast silver christening set in original case marked for London 1858 by Francis Higgins II.
Pair of Victorian silver sweet dishes with a nautical theme marked for Sheffield 1892 by Atkin Brothers.
Pair of Victorian silver Onslow pattern berry spoons marked for Birmingham 1865 by Elkington & Co.
Pair of Victorian cast silver dessert stands marked for London 1864 /1879 by Robert Garrard II.
Victorian silver vase marked for London 1877 by Walter & John Barnard.
Victorian silver cigar case marked for Birmingham 1894 and presented to Jack G. Curry from Sir Abe Bailey, Xmas 1895 by George Unite.
Victorian silver pocket barometer marked for London 1895 by Thomas Wheeler.
Set of four Victorian silver and parcel gilt serving spoons marked for London 1879 by Charles Edwards.
Pair of Victorian silver chocolate moulds marked for Birmingham 1896, with Rd number 191501 by John William Caldicott.
Victorian silver and cut glass Claret Jug marked for London 1894, by Charles Edwards.
Pair of Victorian silver chamber candlesticks by Paul Storr marked for London 1838.
Victorian silver “Skyphos” cup marked for London 1899 by Edward Barnard & Sons.
Victorian silver topped ‘Ivory’ cameo glass perfume bottle by Thomas Webb, the silver marked for London 1885.
Victorian silver scent bottle marked for London 1887 by Sampson Mordan.
Pair of Victorian silver wager cups marked for London 1893 by George Lambert (Lambert & Co)
Victorian cast silver Gin decanter label marked for London 1869 by Henry William Dee.
Victorian novelty silver cat pepper marked for London 1875 by Robert Hennell.
Victorian novelty silver spoon modeled as a besum broom marked for London 1867 by George Fox.