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  • 1768

    William Grundy

    9476 George III Silver Sugar Vases


    A fine pair of antique sterling silver sugar casters with side handles. Plain style with gadroon borders. To the front each has a hand engraved armorial with a boar crest. Weight 951 grams, 30.5 troy ounces. Height 25cm (caster), 17.5cm (vase). London 1768. Maker William Grundy.

  • 1788

    Charles Hougham

    9543 George III Silver Pepper Shakers


    An elegant pair of antique sterling silver peppers of tall vase shape with pierced detachable tops. Good colour. Uninscribed. Weight (pair) 276 grams, 8.8 troy ounces. Height 16.5cm. London 1788. Made by Charles Hougham.

  • 1850

    George John Richards

    8196 Victorian Silver Owl Castor


    An unusual novelty piece of antique sterling silver in the form of an owl with a detachable head and glass eyes. This delightful sugar castor is beautifully modelled and engraved, the quality is very realistic. Weight 123 grams, 3.9 troy ounces. Height 11 cms. London 1850. Maker George Richards.

  • Circa 1860


    7206 Antique Dutch Silver Caster


    A very charming antique silver sugar castor of vase shape with classical roundels, swags, face mounts and a pineapple finial. Very heavy quality – sits well in the hand. The top is not detachable, the sugar is filled from underneath and would originally have had a cork (supplied). Weight 181 grams, 5.8 troy ounces. Height 16 cm. Marked underneath with the Dutch dolphin duty mark*. Circa 1860.

  • 1901

    Charles Stuart Harris

    9962 Antique Silver Castor


    An early 20th century silver muffineer in the traditional lighthouse design with a bayonet fitting, typical of the late 17th century. Britannia standard silver*. Neat size. Weight 100 grams, 3.2 troy ounces. Height 14.5cm. London 1901. Maker Charles Stuart Harris.

  • 1902

    Daniel & John Welby

    9157 Antique Silver Sugar Castor


    An early 20th century silver muffineer in the classic baluster style popular from the early 1700 period. Britannia standard silver*. Large size. Lovely plain style. The top has a bayonet fitting and has two panels of pretty piercing. Weight 396 grams, 12.7 troy ounces. Height 20.5 cms. London 1902. Maker D & J Wellby.

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