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  • 1707

    Colin McKenzie

    9550 Queen Anne Silver Punch Bowl

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    A rare Scottish silver bowl of exceptional size and weight. Excellent plain style. Of circular form with a reeded rim and short flared foot. The underside has a prick engraving “S.E over F” within a scroll cartouche. Scratchweight 66.19. Weight approx. 2049 grams, 65.9 troy ozs. Height 16.5cm. Diameter 34.5cm. Edinburgh 1707. Maker Colin McKenzie. Edinburgh assay master James Penman.

  • 1708

    John Tiffin

    9727 Queen Anne Silver Spoon Tray

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    A small antique silver dish of oval form with a ribbed and scalloped border. *Britannia standard silver. Hand engraved crest to the centre and owners initials to the reverse. Excellent colour. Weight 99 grams, 3.1 troy ounces. Top measures 16 x 9cm. Height 1.6cm. London 1708. Maker John Tiffin.

  • 1709

    Nathaniel Lock

    8590 Antique Queen Anne Silver Strawberry Dish

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    An early English antique silver strawberry or salad dish of circular form with a scalloped edge and shallow bowl. Britannia standard silver*. With a hand engraved crest to the centre. Excellent colour. Weight 409 grams, 13.1 troy ounces. Height 3 cms. Diameter 22 cms. Marked around the top rim for London 1709. Maker Nathaniel Lock.

  • 1709

    William Twell

    6233 Queen Anne Silver Bowl by William Twell

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    A fine early English silver bowl with gilt finish. Very pleasing proportions. Very simple design, typical of the period, with a semi fluted body topped by a chased band of scalloped decoration having a border of clover leaf punches to each side. To the front there is a decorative cartouche with a pretty engraved monogram. Weight 322 grams, 10.3 troy ounces. Diameter 17 cms. Height 7 cms. London 1709. Maker William Twell.

  • 1711

    Nathaniel Lock

    8315 Antique Queen Anne Silver Strawberry Dish

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    An early English antique silver strawberry or salad dish of circular form with a scalloped edge and shallow bowl. Britannia standard silver*. Superb colour. Weight 483 grams, 15.5 troy ounces. Height 3.5 cms. Diameter 23 cms. Marked on the top rim for London 1711. Maker Nathaniel Lock.

  • 1714

    William Spring

    8945 Antique George I Silver Strawberry Dish

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    An early English antique silver strawberry or salad dish of circular form with a scalloped edge and shallow bowl. Britannia standard silver*. To the centre there is a hand engraved crest within a decorative cartouche. Excellent colour. Weight 403 grams, 12.9 troy ounces. Height 2.5 cms. Diameter 20.7 cms. Marked around the top edge for London 1714. Maker William Spring.

  • 1714

    Jonathan Newton

    9234 Antique Queen Anne Octagonal Silver Sugar Bowl

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    A rare early English silver bowl of octagonal form. Lovely plain style and heavy gauge silver. Excellent sharp lines and good size. Hand engraved to the front is an armorial within a decorative cartouche. Weight 209 grams, 4.2 troy ounces. Height 6.1 cms. Diameter 11.4 cms. London 1714. Maker Jonathan Newton.

  • Circa 1715

    Edmund Holliday

    6383 George I Silver Strawberry Dish

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    An early English antique silver strawberry or salad dish with scalloped edge and unusually deep bowl. Britannia standard silver. Superb colour. Weight 361 grams, 11.6 troy ounces. Height 5 cms. Diameter 21 cms. London 1715. Maker Edmund Holaday.

  • 1721

     

    9237 George I Silver Bowl

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    A charming antique silver bowl of small size. Britannia standard silver*. Very plain styling and excellent original colour. Uninscribed. The original owners initials are incised underneath. Weight 158 grams, 5 troy ounces. Height 5.7 cms. Diameter 12 cms. London 1721. Maker probably George Wickes.

  • 1721

    Matthew Lofthouse

    8700 Large George II Silver Bowl by Matthew Lofthouse

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    A handsome antique sterling silver punch bowl with simple plain styling and raised pedestal foot. Large size. Excellent quality and good gauge silver. Weight 1650 grams, 53 troy ounces. Height 20.5 cms. Diameter 29.3 cms. London 1727. Maker Matthew Lofthouse.

  • 1721

    John Bache

    10263 George I Antique Silver Monteith Bowl

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    A handsome antique silver monteith bowl with the original castellated collar mounted with little lion heads. Excellent size and proportions. The bowl design is typical for a monteith of the period 1700-1720 with its plain form on a built-up foot and the large hand engraved coat of arms. To the reverse is finely executed crest. Weight 1561 grams, 50.1 troy ounces. Height 21.4cm (with Monteith collar), 21.4cm (without collar). Diameter 27cm (collar), 25cm (bowl). London 1721. Maker John Bache. Britannia standard silver – 95.8% pure. 18th century.

  • 1722

    Joseph Clare

    8155 George I Silver Bowl

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    A charming antique sterling silver bowl with an applied wire rim and raised on a spreading foot. Good size. Very plain styling and excellent original colour. To one side there is a hand engraved crest of a boar and thistle for Burleigh/Burley of Carrigfergus, County Antrim. Weight 281 grams, 9 troy oz. Height 8cm. Diameter 16.8cm. London 1722. Maker Joseph Clare I.

  • 1726

    William Darker

    8488 Antique George I Octagonal Silver Sugar Bowl

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    A rare early English silver sugar bowl of octagonal form. Lovely plain style and heavy gauge silver. Good colour. Weight 132 grams, 4.2 troy ounces. Height 5.5 cms. Diameter 10 cms. London 1726. Maker William Darker.

  • 1727

    Thomas Tearle

    10237 George II Antique Silver Bowl

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    An attractive antique silver 2 handled cup (or porringer) with bands of ribbing and bright cut engraving. Useful neat size. Weight 62 grams, 2 troy ounces. Height 6.7 cm. Diameter 8 cm. Spread 12.5 cm. London 1727. Maker Thomas Tearle. Sterling silver.

  • 1728

    John Gorsuch

    8618 Antique George II Silver Sugar Bowl

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    A rare antique sterling silver covered sugar bowl of circular form on a small spreading foot. Excellent plain design, typical of the period. In the early 18th century sugar bowls or sugar boxes nearly always had covers which, when reversed, could be used as a saucer or spoon tray. Weight 295 grams, 9.4 troy ounces. Total height 9 cms. Bowl measures – height 6.3 cms, diameter 10.5 cms. London 1728. Maker John Gorsuch.

  • 1728

    David Willaume

    10315 George II Antique Silver Strawberry Dish

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    A charming antique silver serving bowl with a scalloped border. Excellent quality, lovely patina. The hand engraved cartouche contains an armorial for Howe impaling Von Kielmansegg with a Cornish chough to the left and a savage holding a club to the right. This form is usually called a strawberry dish or salad dish. Weight 463 grams, 14.8 troy oz. Diameter 21.2cm. Height 2cm. London 1728. Maker David Willaume. Sterling silver.

  • 1730

    Paul de Lamerie

    8851 Antique George II Silver Dish by Paul de Lamerie

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    A superb quality silver bowl or alms dish by the sought after Huguenot silversmith Paul de Lamerie. Heavy gauge metal and a plain solid foot. The reeded rim has applied shell and scroll ornaments and to the underside there are applied acanthus leaves. The top has a fine quality border of hand engraved motifs with trellis hatching together with a matching inner circle. This work is very typical of Huguenot silver work Weight 722 grams, 23.2 troy ounces. Height 4 cms. Length 27.5 cms. Width 24 cms. London 1730. Maker Paul de Lamerie.

  • Circa 1730

     

    9468 Antique Silesian Silver Tazza

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    A very interesting early continental dish of octagonal form having ribbed borders and pressed decoration. Large size. The spreading foot has matching ornament with matted detail, it is fixed to the top with the original rivets. The silver is of thin gauge which is typical of some early continental silver. Weight 644 grams, 20.7 troy ounces. Height 8 cm. Width 33 cm. Stamped on the edge with Silesian silver marks for Streigau, makers mark, the initials “FW” and assay scrape, circa 1730.

  • 1731

    Charles Kandler

    10207 George II Antique Silver Spoon Tray

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    An outstanding piece of workmanship by this rare and sought after maker. A small gilt silver tray; the cast, scalloped border with shell motifs, the outer border and centre with fine hand engraved decoration. The armorial is for the Gilbert family with the motto “Pro Christo et Patria” below. Weight 225 grams, 7.2 troy ounces. Length 17.6cm. Width 11.5cm. London 1731. Maker Charles Kandler. Sterling silver.

  • 1734

    Paul de Lamerie

    10267 George II Antique Silver Dish by Paul de Lamerie

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    An important antique silver second course dish by the celebrated Huguenot maker Paul de Lamerie. The plate has a generous, dished bowl with a shaped, reed and shell border. There is a hand engraved crest to the edge of the rim. Weight 981 grams, 31.5 troy ounces. Diameter 28.5cm. Height 3.8cm. Date 1734. Maker Paul de Lamerie. Sterling silver. 18th century.

     

  • 1735

    William Clarke Of Cork

    6405 George II Irish Silver Strawberry Dish

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    A beautiful antique sterling silver serving dish with a scalloped border. Handsome plain design. To the centre there is a hand engraved armorial for the Earl of Ormonde in Cork. Excellent patina. Weight 316 grams, 10.1 troy ounces. Diameter 24 cms. Height 4 cms. No date mark. Dublin circa 1735. Maker William Clarke

  • Circa 1735

    Benjamin Godfrey

    9636 Antique George II Silver Strawberry Dish

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    A fine quality antique silver strawberry dish of circular form and raised on cast shaped feet. Ribbed and scalloped border. Good weight and patina. The surface and border are hand engraved with a well executed decoration of shells and scrolls, typical of the period and displaying the Huguenot influence associated with this maker. To the centre is an excellent armorial within a decorative cartouche. This could also be used as a salver or small tray. Weight 715 grams, 22.9 troy ounces. Scratch weight 23=6. Diameter 24 cm, inner diameter 19.5 cm. Height 4 cm. Circa 1735. Maker’s mark only for Benjamin Godfrey. Sterling silver.

  • 1735

    Joseph Sanders

    9655 George II Silver Bowl

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    A large antique sterling silver bowl of plain, circular form on a spreading foot. Unusually good size for this period and suitable for bread, fruit and flowers. Excellent quality and good gauge silver. Hand engraved to the front is an armorial within a large decorative cartouche. Weight 1367 grams, 43.9 troy ounces. Height 17.2 cm. Diameter 26 cm. London 1735. Maker Joseph Sanders.

  • 1736

    John Jacob

    8529 George II Silver Basket

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    A rare early English sterling silver basket of oval form on a gallery foot. Excellent quality and weight. The body has a pierced latticework design and cast shell and scroll border, the centre has a hand engraved circular shield enclosing an armorial and griffin crest. The fixed handle has an excellent hand engraved decoration with a griffin rampant crest. Weight 1651 grams, 53.25 troy oz. Length 32 cms, 12.5 ins. London 1736 Maker John Jacob.

  • 1738

    Ayme Videau

    9405 Antique George II Silver Basket

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    A rare George II sterling silver basket of oval form with swing handle. Excellent weight and colour. The basket has a pierced body with a shell decorated cast silver border and it stands on a flared and pierced gallery foot. At this time baskets were used mainly for bread and fruit. The centre has a crisp hand engraved decoration enclosing an empty cartouche. Weight 1585 grams, 50.9 troy oz. Height 20cm (with handle), 8.3cm (basket only). Top measures 29.5 x 26.5cm. London 1738. Maker Ayme Videau.

  • 1740

    John Fossey

    9179 George II Silver Bowl

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    A charming antique sterling silver bowl of small size. Very plain styling and excellent original colour. The original owners initials are incised underneath. Weight 179 grams, 6.6 troy ounces. Height 6.9 cms. Diameter 11 cms. London 1740. Maker Jonathan Fossey.

  • 1741

    Thomas Whipham

    5443 George II Silver Bowl

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    A charming antique sterling silver bowl of small size. Very plain styling and excellent original colour. Weight 205 grams, 6.6 troy ounces. Height 7.25 cms. Diameter 10.5 cms. London 1741. Maker Thomas Whipham.

  • 1742

    Louis Maystre

    10351 Louis XV Antique French Silver Basin

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    French provincial. A 18th century shallow bowl of oval form on a stepped foot with shaped, reeded border. Very heavy weight and good gauge silver. Weight 836g, 26.8 troy oz. Length 26.3cm. Width 6.8cm. Height 7.5cm. Nimes 1742. Maker Louis Maystre.

  • 1745 - 1770

    George Hodder Of Cork

    7382 Antique Cork Serving Dish by George Hodder

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    A rare provincial Irish silver dish and detachable cover of unusual shallow design. At first sight this looks to be a bacon or hash dish however it is more likely to be a cheese toaster. Very simple and charming. The plain form is embellished by a gadroon border and small side handles. To the top there is a hand engraved crest of a boars head over a French motto. 524 grams, 16.8 troy ounces. Spread 29 cm. Length 22.5 cm. Width 14.5 cm. Both pieces are stamped “sterling” with the distinctive scrolled border used by George Hodder 1745-1770. The top also bears Hodder’s maker’s mark (double struck).

  • 1745

    Edward Feline

    10342 George II Antique Silver Strawberry Dish

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    A delightful antique silver serving dish of small size with a scalloped border. This form is usually called a strawberry dish or salad dish. Hand engraved to the centre is an armorial within a decorative cartouche. Weight 199g, 6.3 troy oz. Diameter 15.2cm. Height 3cm. London 1745. Maker Edward Feline.

  • 1748

    David Hennell

    9619 George II Silver Bowl

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    An antique sterling silver bowl of simple form with a reeded top. Small size probably for sugar. Weight 163 grams, 5.24 troy ounces. Diameter of top 8.5 cm. Height 7.5 cm. London 1748. Maker David Hennell.

  • 1748

    Samuel Taylor

    9867 George II Covered Sugar Bowl

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    A rare antique sterling silver covered sugar bowl of circular form on a small spreading foot. Excellent plain design, typical of the period. Good colour. In the early 18th century sugar bowls or sugar boxes nearly always had covers which, when reversed, could be used as a saucer or spoon tray. Weight 219 grams, 7.0 troy ounces. Total height 9cm. Bowl diameter 9.7cm. London 1748. Maker probably Samuel Taylor a specialist tea caddy and sugar bowl maker.

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