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  • 1728

    James Savage

    9958 George II Antique Silver Serving Spoon

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    A massive antique sterling silver spoon in the popular Hanover pattern. Very useful long handled serving spoon. To the reverse of the handle terminal there is an intricate hand engraved armorial. Weight 271 grams, 8.7 troy ounces. Length 39.5cm. Bowl 12 x 7cm. London 1728. Maker James Savage. Sterling silver..

  • 1728

    Samuel Welder

    10214 Set of George II Silver Casters

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    A super quality set of 3 antique silver castors with pierced removable tops. Classic plain form. Heavy gauge and chunky style. Each is hand engraved to the front with a large cypher on a matted ground. Total weight 443 grams, 14.2 troy ounces. Tall castor – height 16cm. Pair of smaller castors – height 13cms. London 1728. Maker Samuel Welder. Sterling silver. 18th century.

  • 1728

    Gabriel Sleath

    10283 George II Antique Silver Caster

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    An excellent quality antique silver castor with a  pierced removable top. Classic plain form. Heavy gauge and chunky style. Hand engraved to the front is a large cypher.   Total weight 195 grams, 6.2 troy ounces. Height 16.3cm. Diameter of base 5.2cm. London 1728. Maker Gabriel Sleath. Sterling silver. 18th century.

  • 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.

  • 1729

    Thomas Farren

    8995 Antique George II Silver Caster

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    An early antique silver muffineer of baluster form on a cast foot. Britannia standard silver*. This lovely castor is of heavy quality and feels good in the hand. The hexagonal pull off top has alternate panels of decorative piercing. Uninscribed. Weight 239 grams, 7.6 troy ounces. Height 18 cms. London 1729. Makers mark for Thomas Farren.

  • 1729

    Louys Cuny

    9140 Antique George II Silver Trencher Salt

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    A large and imposing antique sterling silver salt of circular form and standing on a raised pedestal foot. Extremely heavy weight. Applied cut card decoration. To the centre is a hand engraved armorial within a decorative cartouche with a motto below, on the front is a crest. Weight 229 grams, 7.3 troy ounces. Height 5.5 cm. Diameter 9 cm. London 1729. Maker Louys Cuny, a good Huguenot maker.

  • 1729

    John Tuite

    9219 George II Silver Salver

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    A good antique sterling silver salver of plain design with a shaped border. With contemporary hand engraved armorial. These small size trays are often referred to as waiters and are ideal for use with small objects such as glasses and bottles. Weight 220 grams, 7 troy ounces. Diameter 15 cms. Height 2.4 cms. London 1729. Maker John Tuite.

  • 1729

    John Tuite

    9338 Antique George II Silver Salver

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    An early English sterling silver salver of shaped square form raised on little feet. This dainty size is often known as a waiter, perfect for standing a wine bottle or glass. To the top is a hand chased border with classical cartouches encircling a maiden’s head. To the centre is a hand engraved crest topped by the motto “Hinc Garbae Nostrae”. Good colour. Weight 229 grams, 7.3 troy ounces. Width 14.7 cm. Height 2.5 cm. London 1729. Maker John Tuite.

  • 1729

    Samuel Welder

    7245 Set of 3 George II Silver Casters

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    A fantastic quality set of 3 antique sterling silver castors with pierced removable tops. Classic plain style. Very heavy gauge. Weight 739 grams, 23.7 troy ounces. Tall castor – height 18.5 cms. Pair of smaller castors – height 14 cms. London 1729. Maker Samuel Welder.

  • 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.

  • 1730

    Isaac Callard

    8922 George II Silver Ladle

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    An elegant antique sterling silver serving ladle with a shell shaped bowl. Excellent plain style. Weight 182 grams, 5.8 troy ounces. Length 36 cms. Width of bowl 8.7 cms. Makers mark only struck 4 times for Isaac Callard, London. Circa 1730

  • Circa 1730

    Thomas David Mauger

    9116 Antique Jersey Silver Trefid Spoon

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    Channel Islands silver. A good English provincial silver spoon with a trefid terminal and rat-tail bowl. Dessert size. The spoon has a very attractive hand hammered finish. Weight 33 grams, 1 troy ounces. Length 18.5 cm. Bowl 6.75 x 4.25 cm. Makers mark ‘TM’ within a rectangle for Thomas Mauger. Circa 1730.

  • Circa 1730

     

    7370 Pair of George II Silver Casters

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    Incredible quality and weight. A pair of heavy antique sterling silver castors of octagonal shape. With a hand engraved coronet and fancy scroll work design to the front of each. One caster has a pierced top for pepper and the other has a blind cover for dry mustard. The quality of the detailed pierced work and engraving is exceptional and gives the overall impression that they are of Huguenot manufacture and of an outstanding maker such as Paul de Lamerie. Excellent colour. Weight 640 grams, 20.5 troy ounces. Height 16 cms. Fully marked underneath for London 1730. No makers mark.

  • 1730

    Thomas Farren

    8049 George II Silver Salver

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    A good antique sterling silver salver of plain design with a shaped border and on hoof feet. With a hand engraved crest of a stage over a crown to the centre. These small size trays are often referred to as waiters and are ideal for use with small objects such as glasses and bottles. Weight 175 grams, 5.6 troy ounces. Diameter 15 cms. Height 3 cms. London 1730. Maker Thomas Farren.

  • 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.

  • 1730

    Paul de Lamerie

    9707 George II Silver Salver by Paul de Lamerie

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    A fine early English silver salver by the celebrated Huguenot maker Paul de Lamerie. Of square form with shaped corners and raised on scroll feet. This dainty size is often known as a waiter, perfect for standing a wine bottle or glass. To the centre is a hand engraved armorial within a decorative cartouche. Good colour. Weight 198 grams, 6.3 troy ounces. Width 14.5 cm. Height 2.3cm. London 1730. Maker Paul de Lamerie. Britannia standard silver*.

  • 1730

    George Wickes

    9714 George II Antique Silver Salver

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    An early English sterling silver salver of square form raised on shaped feet. This small size, often known as a waiter, is perfect for standing a wine bottle or glass. Uninscribed. Good colour. Weight 288 grams, 9.2 troy ounces. Width 19 cm. Height 3.4 cm. London 1730. Maker George Wickes.

  • Circa 1730 - 1754

     

    10252 Set of 4 Antique Silver Trefid Spoons

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    An excellent quality harlequin set of antique silver serving spoons with shaped handle terminals known as “trefid” form. Bright gilt finish. All with a deeply chased pattern of scroll and foliate designs on a stipple engraved ground, and a hand engraved crest of a lion holding a rose. These spoons were expertly remodelled during the 19th century from plain Hanoverian pattern spoons and fitted into a presentation box. Total weight 216 grams, 6.9 troy ounces. Length 20cm. Bowl 7×4.6cm. Different makers. London c.1730-1754. Sterling silver.

  • 1731

    Charles Hatfield

    9138 Antique George II Silver Salver

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    A good early English sterling silver salver of square form raised on shaped feet. This dainty size is often known as a waiter, perfect for standing a wine bottle or glass. To the centre is a hand engraved crest. Good colour. Weight 220 grams, 7 troy ounces. Width 14.4 cm. Height 1.7 cm. London 1731. Maker Chas Hatfield.

  • 1731

    John Tuite

    9154 Antique George II Silver Salver

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    An excellent quality antique sterling silver salver of plain form and raised on heavy cast shaped feet. Simple Chippendale border. Good weight and patina. To the front is a large and well executed, hand engraved armorial and crest within a decorative cartouche. Weight 1504 grams, 48.3 troy ounces. Diameter 36.5 cms. Height 4.5 cms. London 1731. Maker John Tuite, a highly regarded salver maker.

  • 1731

    Francis Nelme

    9185 George II Silver Salvers

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    A good pair of early English sterling silver salvers of square form raised on shaped feet. This dainty size is often known as a waiter, perfect for standing a wine bottle or glass. To the centre each has a hand engraved crest within a diamond cartouche. Good colour. Scratch weight below. Weight 470 grams, 15.1 troy ounces. Width 14 cm. Height 2 cm. London 1731. Maker Francis Nelme.

  • 1731 - 1732

    Paul de Lamerie

    7320 Pair of George II Salt Cellars by Paul de Lamerie

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    A pair of superb quality silver salts by the sought after Huguenot silversmith Paul de Lamerie. Each with a beaded rim and on four scroll feet with trefid terminals. Heavy gauge metal and lovely chunky feel. The hand chased borders of decoration to the body and top of the foot are worn. Weight 338 grams, 10.8 troy ounces. Height 5 cms. Diameter 7 cms. London 1731/1732. Maker Paul de Lamerie.

  • 1731

    David Willaume II

    9426 George II Antique Silver Salver

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    An attractive antique sterling silver tazza of plain form on a spreading foot. Lovely simple styling typical of the period. Dainty size. Weight 221 grams, 7.1 troy ounces. Height 4cm. Diameter 15cm. London 1731. Maker David Willaume II.

  • 1731

    Sarah Par

    9656 George II Antique Silver Salver

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    An early English sterling silver salver of shaped square form raised on flared feet. To the centre is a hand engraved crest encircled by a decorative cartouche. Good colour. Weight 405 grams, 13 troy ounces. Width 21.5cm. Height 2.2cm. London 1731. Maker Sarah Par. Sterling silver.

  • 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.

  • 1732

    Edward Feline

    8626 George II Silver Sauce Boats

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    A rare pair of antique sterling silver sauceboats having a plain circular shape on an oval pedestal foot. Single lip. Extremely large and heavy weight. This is a very early date for a silver sauceboat, the first were introduced into England in circa 1715 and had a double lip, the single lipped boats started to appear circa 1730. An unusual feature is the model lion head at the top of the handle. Each jug has a hand engraved crest of a ship to one side, a lion crest to the other side. Good colour. Each contains 450 ml. Weight of pair 1070 grams, 34.4 troy ounces. Height 14 cms (to top of handle). Bowl width 12 cms. Spread 19.5 cms. London 1732. Maker Edward Feline.

  • 1732

    Paul de Lamerie

    9143 Antique George II Snuffer Tray by Paul de Lamerie

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    An antique sterling silver snuffer stand by this important and sought after Huguenot silversmith. Of shaped rectangular form and having a central carrying handle. Good plain design and heavy gauge silver typical of this date. Scratchweight below. Weight 259 grams, 8.3 troy ounces. Height 6 cms. Length 18 cms. Width 8 cms. London 1732. Maker Paul de Lamerie.

  • 1732

    Henry Miller I

    6364 Pair of George II Casters

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    An interesting pair of early English silver castors of simple plain shape and having an engraved crest of a bird to the front. They are both matching but there is an unusual feature – one has a decorative pierced top and the other has an unpierced and engraved top. This is known as a blind caster which is the earliest form of mustard pot. Weight 264 grams, 8.4 troy ounces. Height 13 cms. London 1732. Maker Henry Miller I

  • 1732

    David Willaume II

    9458 George II Silver Salver

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    A rare antique sterling silver salver of oval form with a cast border of rope and shell ornament. Fine quality and heavy weight. The centre has a hand engraved armorial with mottos “Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense” and “Stat Religione”. Oval salvers are not generally found the second half of the 18th century. Weight 672 grams, 21.6 troy ounces. Height 4cm. Top measures 26x19cm. London 1732. Maker David Willaume II.
    with a cast border of rope and shell ornament. Fine quality and heavy weight. The centre has a hand engraved armorial with mottos “Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense” and “Stat Religione”. Oval salvers are not generally found the second half of the 18th century. Weight 672 grams, 21.6 troy ounces. Height 4cm. Top measures 26x19cm. London 1732. Maker David Willaume II.

  • 1732

    Paul de Lamerie

    9700 George II Silver Salver by Paul de Lamerie

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    A large and important silver tray by the celebrated Paul de Lamerie. Of square form, and raised on stylistic bamboo feet, this exceptional salver is hand engraved with an expansive outer border of scroll and latticework interspersed with roundels containing griffin crests and classical faces. To the centre, within a decorative cartouche, is a finely executed coat of arms. Weight 1074 grams, 34.5 troy ounces. Width 26cm. Height 4.6cm. London 1732. Maker Paul de Lamerie. Sterling silver.

  • 1732

    Paul Crespin

    10103 Set of George II Antique Silver Casters

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    A fantastic quality set of antique sterling silver castors made by the master silversmith Paul Crespin. Classic plain style with pierced removable tops. Extremely large size, thick gauge and heavy in the hand. An unusual feature is that one small caster has been fitted with a plain inner sleeve, this is known as a “blind caster”, the earliest form of mustard pot. Height 21.5cm and 16.6cm. Weight 1056 grams, 33.9 troy ounces. London 1732 (large), 1733 (small). Maker Paul Crespin.

  • 1732

    Thomas Farren

    10108 George II Antique Silver Salver

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    A nice little antique silver salver of plain design with a shaped Chippendale border. Hand engraved to the centre is a stag crest. These small size trays are often referred to as waiters and are ideal for use with small objects such as glasses and bottles. Weight 177 grams, 5.6 troy ounces. Diameter 15cm. Height 3.2cm. London 1732. Maker Thomas Farren. Sterling silver.

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