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An Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver dressing table pin tray, having a rectangular body with a raised fluted border, hand-chased floral and scroll decoration on a hand-hammered ground, with a central vacant cartouche, and all sitting on a flat base. Made by William Aitken of Birmingham in 1909. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver pin or dressing table tray are length 27 cms (10.5 inches), width 19 cms (7.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 216g (7 troy ounces).

£345

A Sterling Silver Arts and Crafts style three-piece tea set, having round bodies with hand-hammered decoration, with applied and hand-chased bands of floral work, the teapot with brown-stained wooden handle and finial, and the sugar and creamer with cast rounded handles, all with applied rope-twist borders, and all sitting on spreading pedestal feet. Made by Harold Edwin Landon of Chester in 1933. The dimensions of this fine hand-made Arts and Crafts tea set are height of teapot 18 cms (7 inches), length 28 cms (11 inches), diameter 15 cms (6 inches), and with a total weight of approx. 992g (32 troy ounces).

£1,845

An Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Old English pattern flatware / cutlery service for twelve people in an original oak canteen, having 56 pieces total including 12 table forks, 12 dessert forks, 12 dessert spoons, and 12 table spoons (6 of which are smaller and 6 larger). All made by Walker & Hall of Sheffield in 1905. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver cutlery service are length of table fork 20 cms (8 inches), length of largest spoon 21.5 cms (8.5 inches), and the total weight is 2,726g (88 troy ounces). Please note that this set does not include knives, and that the brass plaque on top of the box lid has a presentation inscription.

£4,285

A very handsome pair of Antique Georgian Sterling Silver goblets, having plain round bodies with tapering sides, and sitting on pedestal feet with reeded borders. Made by John Robins of London in 1800. The dimensions of this fine hand-made pair of antique silver goblets are height 12 cms (4.75 inches), diameter at top 8 cms (3 inches), and the total weight is approx. 384g (12.4 troy ounces).

£2,975

A very handsome Antique Georgian Sterling Silver coffee pot, having a plain round bellied body, with applied gadroon borders, a wooden scroll handle, a flame knop finial, and anthemion leaf decorated spout. Made by William Grundy London in 1775. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver coffee pot are height 26 cms (10.25 inches), length 22 cms (8.75 inches), and it weighs approx. 800g (25.8 troy ounces).

£3,275

An Antique early Victorian Sterling Silver cream or milk  jug having a plain round bellied body, a cast scroll handle with anthemion leaf thumb-piece, a light gold-gilt interior, a shaped border with spout, and sitting on three cast hoof feet with shell shoulders. Made by Charles Gordon of London in 1837. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver cream jug are height 14 cms (5.5 inches), length 12 cms (4.75 inches), and it weighs approx. 220g (7 troy ounces).

£445

A handsome Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver three-piece travelling communion set consisting of chalice, paten, and wine flagon. In a plain round style, having a gold-gilt interior to the chalice,  an amphora style flagon, and a paten with an applied border and pedestal foot. All the pieces sit in their original cream satin and blue velvet-lined presentation box. Made by Thomas Wooley of Birmingham in 1902. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver travelling communion set are height of flagon 9.5 cms (3.75 inches), diameter of paten 6 cms (2.5 inches), and with a total weight of approx. 113g (3.6 troy ounces). Please note that all items are engraved with a Christogram, and that the flagon does not have a stopper.

£595

Antique Georgian sterling silver cream jug, having a round body with tapering sides in a Helmet style, with bands of floral decoration, a vacant cartouche, an applied reeded border, a scroll handle, and sitting on a pedestal foot with a square base. Made by Samuel Adams of London in 1799. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver cream jug are length 11 cms (4.25 inches), height 12 cms (4.75 inches), and it weighs approx. 93g (3 troy ounces).

£645

A Sterling Silver set of six tea or coffee spoons, having plain oval bowls, handles with reeded borders, and having crossed golf clubs and ball motifs on the ends, all in their original cream satin and black velvet-lined presentation box. Made by Walker & Hall of Sheffield in 1933. The dimensions of this fine hand-made set of teaspoons or coffee spoons are length of each spoon 11 cms (4.3 inches), and the total weight is approx. 78g (2.5 troy ounces).

£175

Antique Georgian sterling silver salver, having an applied shaped gadroon border with hand-chased anthemion leaves, a plain ground, and sitting on four cast claw and ball feet. Made by Richard Rugg of London in 1768. Diameter 38 cms (15 inches). Weight approx. 1,368g (44 troy ounces).

£3,795

A very elegant Antique Sterling Silver and mother-of-pearl handled fruit set for twelve people. Having plain straight-sided pointed-end blade knives, and three-prong forks. All fitted into an original presentation box with cream satin and dark blue velvet interior. Made by James Dixon and Sons of Sheffield in 1925. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver fruit service are length of knife 19 cms (7.5 inches), and the length of the fork 13.5 cms (5.25 inches).

£1,145

A Sterling silver salver, having a round body, with a plain burnished ground, an applied Shell & Scroll  border, and sitting on three shell feet. Made by Walker and Hall of Sheffield in 1919. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver salver are diameter 31 cms (12 inches), and it weighs approx. 658g (21 troy ounces).

£1,095



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