Langlands & Goodrick

Langlands & Goodrick

  • 1756

    Langlands & Goodrick

    8515 Antique Newcastle George II Silver Lidded Tankard


    Provincial silver. A good antique sterling silver tankard with domed hinged lid and plain baluster design. Attractive strapwork to the top of the handle. An unusual feature is the engraved decoration to the heart shaped finial at the base of the handle. Uninscribed. Contains 800 ml. Weight 664 grams, 23.3 troy ounces. Height 18 cms. Diameter 10.2 cms (top), 10.5 (base). Newcastle 1756. Maker Langlands & Goodrick.

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  • 1772

    Francis Crump

    8907 George III Silver Mug


    A good antique sterling silver mug of baluster form with a cast scroll and acanthus leaf handle. Classic plain style. To the front there is a hand engraved monogram of entwined initials in old fashioned script. Contains 450 ml. Weight 331 grams, 10.6 troy ounces. Height 12.5 cms. Spread 12 cms. Diameter 8 cms (top), 8.5 cms (base). London 1772. Maker Francis Crump.

  • 1802

    Robert‚ David & Samuel Hennell

    9412 George III Silver Shell Dishes


    A delightful pair of antique sterling silver butter dishes in the form of a scallop shell. Lovely simple design. Pretty little whelk shell feet. Excellent condition and good gauge silver. Weight 232 grams, 7.45 troy ounces. Each measures 15×13.5cm. Height 2.8cm. London 1802. Maker Robert, David & Samuel Hennell.

  • 1900

    B Neresheimer & Sohnes

    9941 Antique Silver Bear Decanter


    A splendid antique silver drinks flask in the form of a standing bear with outstretched paws. Excellent quality and heavy gauge cast silver. Very pleasing design with lifelike detail in the face and all-over chased fur. The head is removable so that the body can be used as a decanter and the head as a cup; it pours beautifully. The interior is gilded. Contains 1 litre. Weight 1407 grams, 45.2 troy ounces. Height 24.5cm. Width between the paws 13.5cm. German Hanau silver marks. Probably Neresheimer. Circa 1900.

  • 1726

    Joseph Clare

    9728 George I Silver Chocolate Pot


    An early English antique silver chocolate pot with straight tapering sides and domed lid typical of the period. Shaped wooden handle and square shaped spout. The top has a removable central cover so that the chocolate can be stirred. Excellent colour. Contains 800 ml. Weight 617 grams, 19.8 troy ounces. Height 21cm. London 1726. Maker Joseph Clare. Sterling silver.

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