Joseph Smith

Joseph Smith

  • 1751

    Joseph Smith

    7575 George II Tobacco Box


    A charming antique sterling silver box with a detachable lid. Simple oval shape and very plain style. Hand engraved to the top is a contemporary coat of arms and the motto “ex fumo dare lucem” – “to give light from smoke”. This shape was popular from the Restoration through to the early Georgian period. Weight 124 grams, 3.98 troy ounces. Length 11 cms. Width 8 cms. Height 2.5 cms. London 1751. Maker Joseph Smith I.

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  • 1810

    Joseph Willmore

    7956 Georgian Silver Bosuns Whistle


    Of nautical interest. A large size antique silver whistle with traditional curved design, scrolled wire work detail and engraved basket weave design. Complete with suspension ring. Weight 21 grams. Length 13 cms. Birmingham 1810. Maker Joseph Willmore.

  • 1762

    William Shaw And William Priest

    8079 George III Silver Mug


    A handsome antique sterling silver mug of baluster form with a scroll handle. Excellent plain style. With a hand engraved crest to the front. Contains 475 ml. Good gauge silver. Weight 297 grams, 9.4 troy ounces. Height 11.5 cms. Diameter of top 8.5 cms. London 1762. Maker Shaw and Priest.

  • 1791

    Peter & Ann Bateman

    10127 George III Antique Silver Beaker


    A charming antique silver drinking cup of straight tapering form with a flared top. The attractive matted body has an unusual shaped cartouche containing a crest. Original gilt interior, traces of gilt to the body. Weight 96 grams, 3.1 troy ounces. Contains 100 ml. Height 8cm. Diameter 6.5cm. London 1791. Maker Peter & Ann Bateman.

  • Circa 1830

    Harrison Brothers

    7446 Pair of Georgian Wine Coolers in Old Sheffield Plate


    A pair of classic style antique wine coolers in the popular campana shape with rope twist borders and lions mask handles. The body has a half ribbed decoration. To the front of each there is a fine hand engraved armorial. Detachable covers. Height 23.5 cms. Diameter 21 cms. Circa 1830. Unmarked.

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