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19th century

  • 1877

    Charles Stuart Harris

    8849 Antique Queen Anne Style Silver Monteith Bowl

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    A large and handsome antique sterling punch bowl in the early 18th century style with lions mask side handles, typical ribbed body decoration and a decorative cartouche to the front. The shaped scalloped rim is detachable; this is used to hold stem glasses, punch ladle and lemon squeezer and a bowl of this type is referred to as a Monteith. Weight of silver 3426 grams, 110 troy ounces. Height 19 cms (without rim), 25 cms (with rim), diameter 37 cms. London 1877. Maker Charles Stuart Harris.

  • 1822

    Joseph Willmore

    8249 Antique Silver Caddy Spoon

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    A pretty little Victorian sterling silver caddy spoon with a shell shaped bowl and shaped shell handle. With a very pretty embossed flower design to the bowl. Weight 11 grams. Length 7.7 cms. Width 4.2 cms. Birmingham 1822. Maker Joseph Willmore.

  • 1804

    John Emes

    8380 Antique Silver Wine Funnel

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    An elegant antique sterling silver wine strainer with a broad reeded border and leaf design thumb piece. Excellent classic plain style. Good weight and colour. Hand engraved on both pieces with the Royal Arms bearing the motto “Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense”. Weight 147 grams, 4.7 troy ounces. Length 15 cms. Diameter 7.8 cms. London 1804. Maker John Emes.

  • Circa 1860

     

    8465 Antique French Silver Scent Bottle

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    An excellent quality antique scent bottle with a decorative silver mount. The hinged top has a hand engraved design with flowers, leaves and dot scroll work. The oval shaped body is made of multi faceted crystal and typically of the period, has a rounded base which was made to lie down. Traces of the original gilt finish. H 11.2 cms. Width 4 cms. Stamped on the mount and top with very small French silver marks, circa 1860.

  • 1836

    William Ker Reid

    8527 Pair of Antique Silver Sauce Tureens

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    An excellent pair of antique sterling silver tureens with matching covers. Superb workmanship. Each tureen has applied cast mounts in deep relief, crisply executed with shells, flowers, leaves and scrolls. Uninscribed. Originally part of a large set; they are numbered 3 and 4. Weight 2057 grams, 66.1 troy ounces. Length 20 cms. Width 14.5 cms. Spread across handles 22 cms. Height 14 cms. Birmingham 1836. Maker William Ker Read.

  • 1820

     

    8589 Antique Italian Silver Bell

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    An excellent quality antique cast silver bell, the handle fashioned as a classical Roman maiden scantily draped with a robe. The bell is decorated with cherubs, animals, classical head motifs, reclining figures and much more. Inside the bell there is an inscription engraved in old fashioned script*. Weight 268 grams, 8.6 troy ounces. Height 13.5 cms. Diameter 6.7 cms. Marked around the base edge with the Italian silver mark for Rome. Circa 1820.

  • Circa 1830

    Augsburg

    8635 Antique Silver Reliquary Casket

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    An antique silver casket with hinged lid and decorative finial. The exterior is decorated with panels depicting the 12 apostles. The interior retains the original bright gilding. Weight 372 grams, 11.9 troy ounces. Height 10 cms. Base measures 13 x 8 cms. Stamped underneath with German silver marks for Augsburg circa 1830.

  • 1809

    Matthew Linwood

    8805 Antique Georgian Silver Snuff Box

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    Of sporting interest – hare coursing. A charming antique sterling silver box with a hinged lid. Plain design with a hand engraved sporting scene on the lid and a geometric design on the base. Original gilt interior. Weight 66 grams, 2.1 troy ounces. Height 1.5 cms. Top measures 7.2 x 4.2 cms. Birmingham 1809. Maker Matthew Linwood.

  • 1819

    Philip Rundell

    8842 George III Silver Bowls

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    A fine and substantial pair of antique sterling silver serving dishes, large size, and suitable for use as jardinieres. Classical Georgian plain design with rectangular shape and half ribbed body. The applied lions mask mounts and paw feet are of excellent quality. Each has, to the front and back, a large hand engraved armorial supported by a lion and griffin. The motto “Sic Donec” means “So Until”. Total weight 2249 grams, 72.3 troy ounces. Top rim measures 25.5 x 20.5 cms. Height 9 cms. London 1819. Maker Philip Rundell, the prestigious Georgian silversmith and partner of Paul Storr.

  • 1837 - 1874

    George Adams

    8935 Antique Silver Cutlery for 8

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    A full set of sterling silver cutlery for 8 people in the popular Fiddle pattern. Good plain style. Total 40 pieces. Weight 2009 grams, 64.5 troy ounces. All pieces matching and by the well regarded flatware maker George Adams. Different dates London 1837-74.

  • Circa 1850

     

    9016 Antique Turkish Silver Incense Burner

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    A good quality 19th century silver incense burner with part gilt finish. The hinged lid is pierced and has a decorative finial. The body has unusual hand engraving of mythological figures on a flower and foliate background. Weight 372 grams, 11.9 troy ounces. Height 18 cm. Diameter of base 8.4 cm. Stamped with tughra and sahh marks, and assay scrapes. Tughra of Sultan Abdulmejid I (1839-1861). 900 standard silver.Turkish circa 1850.

  • Circa 1900

     

    9130 Antique Indian Silver Bowl

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    A good quality antique silver bowl with 10 ribbed panels having embossed figural designs. Excellent weight. Underneath there is an engraved flower foliate logo. Weight 677 grams, 21.7 troy ounces. Height 11.3 cms. Diameter 20 cms (max), 17 cms (top rim). Unmarked silver. Indian circa 1900.

  • Circa 1800

     

    9260 Antique Scottish Silver Snuff Mull

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    A charming antique silver mounted horn snuff box, the hinged lid with a silver mount and large Scottish thistle. The quality of the horn is particularly good. Length 7.5 cms. Diameter 3.7 cms. Unmarked silver. Most probably Scottish. Circa 1800.

  • Circa 1900

     

    9311 Antique Silver Fish Snuff Box

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    A rare Victorian novelty silver antique fish which opens into a box. The fish’s mouth also opens. Beautifully flexible and articulated body. Naturalistic engraved detail and scales. Glass eyes. Weight 57 grams, 1.8 troy ounces. Length 12.7 cm. Width 4 cm. Stamped inside the box with German silver marks, 800 grade, crown and moon. Circa 1900.

  • Circa 1830

    Nathaniel Creswick

    9364 Antique Kings Pattern Silver Knives

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    A set of antique sterling silver knives in the popular Kings pattern with later stainless steel blades. 12 dinner knives, length 26.7cm. Each has a matching double crest topped by a coronet. Made in Sheffield. Circa 1830. Maker Nathaniel Creswick.

  • Circa 1900

     

    5567 Antique Silver Plated Mirror Plateau

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    A simple plain style antique silver plated mirror stand of small size with original hardwood back. Diameter 32 cms. Circa 1900.

  • Circa 1820

     

    6225 Georgian Wine Cooler in Old Sheffield Plate

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    A handsome antique wine bucket of waisted form with applied mounts decorated with crisp grape detail. The excellent quality twisted handles finished with a leaf mount. All original and complete with a removable top and sleeve. This is an unusual design and extremely attractive. English circa 1820. Old Sheffield Plate*.

  • 1867

    Edward. H. Stockwell

    6585 Victorian Silver Fox Stirrup Cup

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    Outstanding quality. A very lifelike antique silver fox head stirrup cup with a well modelled face and intricate fur detail. Excellent weight. Original gilt interior. Weight 508 grams, 16.3 troy ounces. Height 13 cms. Diameter 7 cms. London 1867. Maker Edward Stockwell.

  • Circa 1880

     

    6958 Antique Silver and Cranberry Glass Cup and Cover

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    A beautiful antique Bohemian glass vase with engraved panels around the body with architectural scenes. The front panel contains the figure of a Greek deity and there are names etched below the panels. The silver lid is mounted with an entwined serpent and an inset piece of mother of pearl. Height 15.5 cms. Diameter of top 7.5 cms. The lid is marked on the edge with “TF”. Austro Hungarian. Circa 1880.

  • Circa 1813

    William Hall

    7181 Georgian Silver Mustard Pot

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    A handsome antique sterling silver mustard pot with hinged lid and carrying handle. Lovely chunky shape. Good plain style with gadroon border and ball feet. Original blue glass liner. Weight 152 grams, 4.8 troy ounces. London 1813. Maker probably William Hall.

  • 1883

    Martin Hall and Co

    7440 Large Victorian Silver Salver

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    A very pretty antique sterling silver salver of large size. With bead border and scroll feet. Lovely crisp engraving to the centre with foliate swags and flowers, and within the central cartouche there is an armorial with a motto. Weight 2079 grams, 66.8 troy ounces. Diameter 45.5 cms. London 1883. Maker Martin Hall.

  • 1845

    Robert Garrard

    7534 Antique Silver Dessert Stand by Garrard

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    A magnificent antique sterling silver dumb waiter standing tall with a decorative column mounted with 2 graduated serving plates. Excellent heavy quality and attention to detail as you’d expect from this top quality silver company. The pierced dishes have a broad, peacock tail decorated border which mingles with the inner gothic design. The column is monumental, superbly decorated, and finishes at the base with four protruding lions masks. The heavy circular base repeats the above theme and also has four lions head masks. Weight 2406 grams, 77.3 troy ounces. Height 45cm. Diameter of plates 23/28cm. Every piece marked London 1845. Maker Robert Garrard, appointed crown jewellers to Queen Victoria.

  • 1819

    Paul Storr

    7741 George III Silver Tray by Paul Storr

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    A large and handsome antique sterling silver tray with thick gadroon border and decorative side carrying handles. Fantastic quality as you’d expect by this prestigious English master silversmith. To the centre there is a large hand engraved armorial set within a decorative cartouche topped by the crest of a stag. Weight approx 4350 grams, 140 troy ounces. Spread 69.5 cms. Length 58 cms. Width 42 cms. London 1819. Maker Paul Storr.

  • 1814

    Paul Storr

    7877 George III Silver Goblet by Paul Storr

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    A handsome antique sterling silver cup of strong circular form raised on a pedestal foot. Fantastic quality as you’d expect by this prestigious English master silversmith. Broad decorative borders with vine leaf and classical decoration to the body, column and foot. Original gilding to the interior. Good gauge silver. Contains 500 ml. Weight 432 grams, 13.8 troy ounces. Height 16 cms. Diameter of top 10 cms. London 1814. Maker Paul Storr.

  • 1874

    Martin Hall and Co

    7999 Antique Set of 12 Silver and Mother of Pearl Cutlery Set

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    An excellent quality set of antique sterling silver cutlery having real mother of pearl cutlery handles with shaped ends. The silver is prettily engraved with flowers. 12 knives and 12 forks in the original solid wood box. Length of knife 20.5 cms, fork 17 cms. Sheffield 1874. Maker Martin Hall.

  • Circa 1900

     

    8055 Antique Silver Clock

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    A delightful antique silver clock of waisted shape, sitting on four scroll feet, the case decorated with cast silver rococo mounts. Dainty size. The front is very beautiful having a pierced silver decoration, with a bird and flowers, over an inset panel of mother of pearl. The dial is very pretty and has multi coloured decoration. The hinged back panel opens to access the watch type movement. Height 10 cm. Width 5.5 cm. Marked inside the hinged panel with German silver marks, crown and moon, and the silver grade 800. To the left there is a small square mark with a wheel inside which may be the makers mark. Circa 1900

  • 1807

    Samuel Neville

    8150 Antique Georgian Irish Silver Marrow Scoop

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    A good antique sterling silver marrow scoop used for scooping marrow out of bones. Double ended. Weight 53 grams, 1.7 troy ounces. Length 23 cms. Dublin 1807. Maker Samuel Neville.

  • 1860

    Hamilton & Co

    9398 Antique Colonial Silver Goblet

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    A rare antique silver chalice of plain form, the stem and underbody having an unusual naturalistic design of acorns and foliage. Very thick gauge cast silver. Contains 865 ml. Weight 519 grams, 16.6 troy ounces. Height 17 cm. Diameter 9.2 cm. Marked on the bottom rim with Indian silver marks for Hamilton & Co, Calcutta. Circa 1860. A very similar style of goblet was made in England during the 1860’s by John Samuel Hunt and retailed by ‘Hunt & Roskell Late Storr & Mortimer’.

  • Circa 1850

     

    8251 Antique French Silver Chamberstick

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    A charming antique silver double candlestick in the unusual form of an early 18th century snuffer stand with carrying handle. Heavy gauge silver. The tray is engraved with a flower and scroll trellis design and to the centre there is an armorial with two standing dogs and the crest of a crown. It stands on four pretty little feet. Weight 446 grams, 14.3 troy ounces. Length 20.2 cms. Width 9.2 cms. Spread across handle 16.5 cms. Height 7 cms. Stamped on every piece with French silver marks. Circa 1850.

  • 1842

    Joseph Willmore

    8381 Antique Silver Vinaigrette

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    An excellent quality antique sterling silver vinaigrette with a gilt finish. The cast cathedral top has a deep relief representation of York Minster. The reverse side has a crisp engine turned finish with a central cartouche (uninscribed). The interior is finely gilded and the grill is pierced and engraved with pluming scrolls, flowers and leaves. Weight 41 grams, 1.3 troy ounce. Height 1.2 cms. Length 4.5 cms. Width 3.2 cms. Birmingham 1842. Maker Joseph Willmore.

  • 1809

    Richard Morton

    8469 Antique Silver Chamberstick

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    A handsome antique sterling silver chamber stick with gadroon borders and removable candle snuffer and sconce. Good plain style. Each piece with a hand engraved monogram in old fashioned script. Weight 339 grams, 10.9 troy ounces. Height 10 cms. Diameter 14.5 cms. All matching. Sheffield 1809. Maker Richard Morton & Co.

  • 1811

    Paul Storr

    8532 George III Silver Salver by Paul Storr

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    A handsome antique sterling silver salver with a broad shaped gadroon border and classical design feet (similar to the architectural ionic capital). Excellent quality as you’d expect by this prestigious English master silversmith. To the centre there is a hand engraved crest. Weight 712 grams, 22.8 troy ounces. Diameter 25 cms. Height 2.8 cms. London 1811. Maker Paul Storr.

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