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SILVER
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Sheffield 1922 solid silver lovely pierced dish on pedestal made by John Round, famous maker.
Sheffield 1911 lovely and unusual English hallmarked solid silver pierced dish on solid tapering pedestal base, made by John Round, famous maker.
With applied leaf edging, the round dish has beautifully executed pierced decoration in a leaf and heart design. The solid petal design centre of the dish is embellished with a cast Tudor rose plaque, symbolic of British heraldic tradition. The workmanship is really lovely. The dish stands on a tall tapering pedestal, creating a most elegant look.
Size-approx. 4.5 inches diameter, by 3.25 inches high.
Weight-70 grams.
This beautiful and delicate dish is perfect for mints, nuts, sugared almonds, sweets, or even for business cards on a desk. It would also be a nice romantic gift, and one perfect to portray English silver craftsmanship.
In very good condition, with very clear hallmarks, and by a very famous maker.
Ref: 5880
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Sheffield 1895 solid silver childs or Christening mug by MAPPIN AND WEBB.
Sheffield 1895 solid English hallmarked silver childs or Christening mug by famous makers Mappin and Webb. This Victorian mug has a classic shape, and an interesting family crest.
Size-3 inches high by 3 inches to widest point.
With good weight, it is in very good condition.
Ref: 475
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London 2002 pair of handmade solid silver hammered bowls.
London 2002 pair of handmade English hallmarked hammered solid silver bowls. Very useful for nibbles, sauces, etc.
Size 4 3/8 inches diameter, and 1.5 inches high.
Weighing a heavy 275 grams.
Made by Robert Welch.
Excellent quality, craftsmanship and condition.
A wonderful opportunity to obtain hand crafted silver.
Ref: 5182
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London circa 1805 solid silver George III salt.
London hallmarked for either 1805 or 1812 (year letter rubbed) large English hallmarked solid silver pierced salt with beaded edge, claw feet, and original cobalt blue liner.
Within the lovely line pierced panel, bordered with v shaped pierced borders, there are three pierced cartouches of a bird with spread wings, and one vacant solid one, suitable for engraving, if desired.
Elegant Georgian bright cutting is also featured amongst the pierced work.
The detail on the feet is lovely, and the liner (with minor fleabites) fits very securely into the salt.
3.25 inches long by 2.5 inches wide, by 2.0 inches high.
A lovely large example of a fine Georgian silver salt, with good weight, and in very good condition.
Ref: 5100
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Birmingham 1909 Edwardian solid silver pair of unusual and large cufflinks.
Birmingham 1909 Edwardian period pair of English hallmarked solid silver unusually large cufflinks in the form of a woman in profile view, having long plaited hair and wearing a bonnet.
Her head stands proud from the silver disk, and she is wearing a detailed choker or high collar.
Size-1.25 inches diameter.
Weight-20 grams.
All parts are solid silver.
A very unusual pair of cufflinks in very good condition.
Ref: 5286
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19thC Continental solid cast silver cake slice.
Lovely and unusual 19th century Continental solid cast silver .800 cake slice with partially pierced blade and stem. Likely made in the Netherlands or Belgium, the blade of the slice has a milkmaid design and a house and lighthouse in the background, surrounded by a raised scroll edge. The pierced section is designed with a foliate scroll design. The stem is surmounted by a pierced windmill.
Size-8 inches long by 2.25 inches wide, weight 50 grams.
This is a lovely slice in very good condition.
Ref: 5314
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London 1970 pair of solid silver beautifully crafted napkin rings, made by Wakely and Wheeler.
London 1970 pair of English hallmarked solid silver napkin rings, beautifully crafted and very heavy at 100 grams, and made in the similar school to the contemporary designs of Gerald Beeney.
Made by James Wakely and Frank Clarke Wheeler. Wakely and Wheeler took over the business of Lias and Son.
Hallmarks are very clear, and the napkin rings are decorated with an unusual raised and textured design to main body, with a contrasting polished edge.
A lovely, beautifully crafted and very heavy pair of napkin rings in excellent condition.
Many other napkin rings, including pairs and more are in stock as well.

Ref: 2051
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Sheffield 1937 pair of solid silver napkin rings by Emile Viner.
Sheffield 1937 pair of English hallmarked solid silver napkin rings with vacant cartouche and engine turned design by silversmith Emile Viner.
Beautifully made, and in excellent condition.
Many other napkin rings, including pairs and more are in stock as well.
SOLD.
Ref: 2050
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Sheffield 1937 solid silver very good quality tea caddy spoon.
Sheffield 1937 English hallmarked solid silver very good quality tea caddy spoon with tear drop shaped bowl.
Made by Thompson and Sons.
Size-3.5 inches long.
Weight-20 grams.
These were used to mix the tea leaves in the mixing bowls of a tea caddy, and then to transfer the leaves to the pot for brewing. Now, can be used for anything.
A very interesting and collectable spoon, in very good condition.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.
Ref: 4767
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London 1827 pair of solid silver fiddle and thread spoons by famous maker CHARLES ELEY.
London 1827 pair of English hallmarked solid silver dessert spoons in the elegant and popular fiddle and thread pattern by famous maker Charles Eley.
Weight-100 grams total.
Considering the value of just the scrap weight of this pair, this is a wonderful value, as silver prices continue to soar.
Size- 7 inches long by 1 inch wide.
With clear hallmarks, very heavy weight and gauge, these are in good condition, with some minor marks to bowls and a bit of distortion to the stems from use over nearly 200 years. A useful pair by a very good maker. Excellent pieces to add to build a fiddle and thread pattern canteen.
Perfect for dessert or soup.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.

Ref: 4012
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