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George II

  • 1723

    Joseph Clare

    9329 Antique George I Silver Salver

    £1,850

    An 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 encircled by the motto “Ne Cede Malis”. Good colour. Weight 153 grams, 4.9 troy ounces. Width 14 cm. London 1723. Maker Joseph Clare.

  • 1738

    John Jacob

    9977 George II Antique Silver Kettle

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    A handsome antique sterling silver samovar of globular form having a shaped folding handle with leather finish. Hand engraved to the front is a large armorial within a decorative cartouche there is a matching crest on the reservoir lid and well. The matching stand has a cut-work frieze and stands on large shell feet, it has a removable burner well with push on top. Contains 1550 ml. Weight 1695 grams, 54.5 troy ounces. Total height (handle extended) 31.5cm, height (handle folded) 23.5cm. Spread 22.5cm. London 1738. Maker John Jacob. Sterling silver.

  • 1728

    Thomas Farren

    9984 George II Antique Silver Teapot

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    A rare antique sterling silver teapot of octagonal, spherical form. A very early teapot. The panelled shape is extremely unusual. Charming small size and hand engraved to the top with a fine quality decoration. Excellent colour and weight. Weight 512 grams, 16.4 troy ounces. Height 10.9cm (to top of handle). Spread 22cm. London 1728. Maker Thomas Farren, a highly desirable maker.

  • 1748

    William Gould

    10101 George II Antique Silver Taperstick

    £750

    A delightful little antique silver taper stick with shaped base and shell corners. Cast silver. Weight 147 grams, 4.7 troy ounces. Height 12.2cm. Base diameter 7.2cm. London 1748. Maker William Gould. 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

    £295

    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.

  • 1755

    James Phipps I

    10109 George II Antique Silver Taperstick

    £750

    A sweet little antique silver taperstick with shaped base and shell corners. Classic style. Cast silver. Weight 137 grams, 4.4 troy ounces. Height 12.8cm. Base 7 x 7cm. London 1755. Maker James Phipps II. Sterling silver.

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