Edward Wood

Edward Wood

  • 1735

    Edward Wood

    7290 George II Silver Trencher Salts


    A chunky pair of early English sterling silver trencher salts in the rectangular form popular at the start of the 18th century. Good size. Gilt interior. Weight 121 grams, 3.8 troy ounces. Height 3.5 cms. Base 8 x 6.4 cms. Top 6.7 x 5 cms. Lovely clear marks underneath for London 1735. Maker Edward Wood. Would make a good set of 4 with #7288.

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  • 1755

    William Skeen

    8007 George II Silver Sauce Boats.


    A handsome pair of antique sterling silver sauceboats with typical classic shape and plain styling of the period. Each with a hand engraved crest to one side. Very good weight and large size. Weight of pair 768 grams, 24.6 troy ounces. Spread 20 cms. Height 13.5 cms (to top of handle), 10 cms (to lip). London 1755. Maker William Skeen.

  • 1904

    Cooper Brothers

    6900 Pair of Antique Silver Corinthian Candlesticks


    An attractive pair of tall silver candlesticks with Corinthian capitals and circular ribbed columns with trailing foliage, on stepped tapering bases with bead borders and classical motifs. Detachable nozzles. Height 31 cms. Base 14 cms square. Sterling silver. Marked around the base for Sheffield 1904. Maker Cooper Brothers.

  • 1892

    Francis Webb

    9892 Antique Silver Pencil


    An antique silver propelling pencil, would have originally hung on a lady’s chatelaine or gentleman’s watch chain. Hexagonal shaped body with hand engraved decoration around the outside. The top is inset with a coloured stone. The central sliding band extends & retracts the internal pencil mechanism. Fully hallmarked on the side of the body. Length 3.9cm (closed), 5.3cm (extended). Birmingham 1892. Maker Francis Webb. Sterling silver.

  • 1758

    Robert Albin Cox

    7588 George II Silver Lidded Tankard


    Unusually tall. A large and excellent quality antique sterling silver tankard with plain styling and baluster shape. Attractive strap work to the handle. To the front there is a fine hand engraved armorial. Weight 741 grams, 23.8 troy ounces. Height 22.5 cms. Contains 1250 ml. London 1758. Maker Robert Albin Cox.

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