Dining Room

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Georgian silver fish server, London 1830
Sold

Another available for £95


Stilton Cheese Scoops

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Top: Close Plate/ivory, 1889 - £48
Bottom: Silver/ivory, 1830
, 8in.(20.5cm) L - £145

Cased set of silver teaspoons & sugar tongs
Sheffield 1894. Spoons: 4.5in.(11.5cm) L

Sold - a set with 12 spoons, 1905 £175

Silver feather-edge cream ladle
Hallmarked 1966. 4.25in.(11cm) L

Sold - more silver ladles available

Silver/mother-of-pearl serving fork
Birmingham 1925. 6.5in.(16cm) L

Sold - other pickle forks in stock

Silver 'wishbone' spring-loaded sugar tongs
Birmingham 1907, 3.5ins.(9cm) L

£38

Fish Servers
Centre: Silver, London 1824, 11.4in.(29cm) L
Sold
Pair: Silver plated, circa 1890 - £28 the pair

Silver bonbon stand
Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1906


4.5ins.(11.5cm) H - £125

Small silver teapot in Georgian manner
London 1917. 9in.(23cm) L o/a

£345

Victorian silver bladed butter or pate knife
Birmingham 1898. 6.75in.(17cm) L

Sold - others, similar, from £28

Victorian bronze handbell with lignum vitae handle. Circa 1890. 10in.(25.5cm) H

Sold - another, similar - £38

Georgian silver fiddle & thread pattern servers
Top to bottom: Soup, 1822, 13in.L - £245
For stews etc, 1810 - £125; table spoon, 1796 - £78; sauce ladle, 1802 - £68

Ivory handled serving pieces
T: Plated, engraved fish, 7in.(17.5cm) L - Sold
C: Silver bread fork, 1898 - £38
B: Close Plated Stilton scoop, circa 1820 - £58

Silver fiddle & thread pattern table spoon
London 1796. 8.75in.(22cm) L

£78 - superb quality & condition; ideal server

Silver two-handled bowl, hallmarked 1920
6.5ins.(17cm) W o/a x 4ins.(10cm) H o/a

£195

George II Period silver table spoon
London 1749. 8.25in.(21cm) L

£85

Cased set of six silver grapefruit spoons
Sheffield 1952, 5.25in.(13.5cm) L

£95

Set of silver bladed fish knives & forks in the original oak case (1 pair replaced)

11pairs 1914. Knives 8in.(20cm) L. £275

Cased dessert servers - a tour de force of electroplating, circa 1890. 9in.(23cm) L

£75

Silver 'shell' salts; original spoons & case
Birmingham 1901, box: 6.6ins.(17cm) L

£95

Silver 'drum' mustard, hallmarked 1922
2.25ins.(5.5cm) D x 3ins.(8cm) H o/a

Sold - others available from £38 to £95

Pair silver salts, 1908, with silver spoons, 1903
4in.(10cm) W o/a x 2in.(5cm) H o/a

£115 complete

Set of four silver salts by Robert Hennell
London. 5in.(12.5cm) W o/a x 3 (7.5) H o/a

£845 - Click on photo for view of one salt

18th century silver mustard pot, London1790
4in.(10cm) L x 3.25 (8.5) H o/a

£195

Early Mason's Ironstone with impressed mark
Circa 1813 to 1825

Plates: £15 each

Silver/mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives

A selection available - £20 to £38

Ivory handled bread and cheese servers:
T: Plated, circa 1875, 7.25in.L - Sold
C: Silver, B'm 1903, 10in.(25cm) L - £58
B: Close Plate, circa 1820 - £58

Interesting silver peppers - £45 each
L: 1899, 3.75in.(9.5cm) H - Sold
C: 'Flour dredger', 1908, 1.75in.(4.5cm) H
R: neo-Classical, 1913

Sandwich box with original leather case
Circa 1910, case: 6ins.(15.5cm) L

£135

Fretted silver napkin rings, 1.8in.(4.5cm) D

L: Birmingham 1903 - £24
R: London 1866 (very early example) - Sold

Collected set of six Mauchline Ware
napkin rings, boxed
Circa 1890. 2in.(5cm) Diameter
£60 the six

T: Silver sugar nips by Gabriel Sleath, London Circa 1770 - Sold. Another, similar - £48
B: Bright-cut silver tongs, London, c1795 - £38

Victorian cast silver grape scissors, cased
Birmingham 1865, 7in.(18cm) L

£185

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