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Edwardian, Sterling Silver Menu/Card Holder
Hallmarked Crisford & Norris, Birmingham 1907
Modelled as a duck
Ruby glass eye
A charming and very collectable item
This is a set of 4 antique tortoiseshell with silver inlay menu/name card holders in excellent condition and in the original presentation case.
Each one measures just under 2' (5 ...
Edward VII, Sterling Silver Royal Navy Crown Menu / Card Holder
Hallmarked John William Barrett, Birmingham 1905
Very large size, measures 7.8cm width and 5cm height and weighs 46.5g
Its size and early ...
A good set of twelve sterling silver menu / place holders in the form of clam shells. All stamped Israel Freeman & Son, London, dated 1963.
This is a lovely pair of antique Edwardian sterling silver menu/name card holders one in the style of stags heads with antlers.
They're hallmarked for Birmingham 1907 with the silversmiths ...
A pair of silver menu holders. They are very decorative with a crown, flowers and scrolls. They are hallmarked London 1900, Samuel Jacob.
A good cased set of four Edwardian silver Menu Holders with plain heart shape bases and conjoined heart shaped menu stands, complete with original silk and velvet lined leather retailers ...
Set of 4 silver novelty owl menu/place holders each with 2-colour original glass eyes, on disc bases in a leather covered case. Chester 1912, Rd number 433091. Each is ...
Well, I think they're cats....
Made from solid sterling silver, a pair of menu holders shaped as cats with arched backs.
They are hallmarked clearly for Birmingham 1906, with the maker's mark ...
Very rare set of 4 sterling silver menu holders, each having a fishing fly set into them behind glass , the flies are all hand-painted watercolours and thought to possibly ...
Silver novelty owl menu / card holder. Full hallmarks for Sterling Silver, Sampson & Mordan, Chester 1923. Glass eyes.
A charming item and very collectable as the Chester Assay Office closed ...
Edwardian antique silver Emu menu / card holder. Australian interest. Full hallmarks for Sterling Silver, Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1905.
Edwardian antique owl menu / card holder. The owl is modelled to both sides, inset with glass eyes and supported on an hemispherical base. Full hallmarks for Sterling Silver, Britton, ...
An attractive pair of silver menu holders from the elegant Edwardian period. These versatile items can be used for place menus, name cards and photographs. The matching round bodies are ...
George V Sterling Silver Butterfly Menu / Card Holder
Hallmarked Napper & Davenport, Birmingham 1914
Measures 3.5cm width and 5cm height and weighs 47.4g
Edwardian, Sterling Silver Fishing Lure Menu/Card Holder
Hallmarked Grey & Co, Birmingham 1908
Measures 4cm width and 4.8cm height and weighs 21.1g
A very collectable item
Edwardian, Sterling Silver & Tortoiseshell Menu / Card Holder. Hallmarked William Comyns, London 1910
Measures 3.8cm width and 3cm height and weighs 17.5g
A very collectable item
In very good antique condition. There ...
Set of 4 sterling silver menu holders with enamel Scottish Thistle decoration, The bases are hallmarked Birmingham 1927, the top sections with thistles are hallmarked 1912 and the maker of ...
A lovely and useful antique that would enhance any table. Hopefully to bring the intended happiness and good fortune.
A pair of Chinese, pierced fine-silver (900), Chinese character menu-holders on ...
A composed set of four early 20th Century tortoiseshell and silver piquet Menu Holders, depicting a stag, a partridge and two cockerels, of oval picture frame form standing on flat ...
Lovely set of four solid silver menu holders.
Hallmarked for London 1963
Made by C F Hancock and co
the diameter of base: 4.9cm
A rare George V novelty silver gilt Menu Holder modelled as the cartoon dog "Flambeau", with engraved decoration, the plain circular base with the designer's signature - Benjamin Rabier.
By Sampson ...
A large and attractive silver menu or card holder. The frame has an elongated base and shaped support. The size suggest that this would have been to hold a table ...
A sterling silver wishbone menu or place card holder
Hallmarked Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1905
Reg No 444592
A stunning and rare sterling silver menu/card holder. Hallmarked London 1913 with makers marks for F J Ross of High Street, Winchester. It has been beautifully designed in the form ...
This is an unusual boxed set of two silver horseshoe menu holders, in excellent condition. They are marked with maker's mark "WH", and were assayed in London in 1905.
The box ...
This would make a great addition to a collection of menu holders.
The Dutch boy is silver, but has been infilled with abalone. He is being cheeky and winking.
The base is ...
A fine and rare assembled set of six Edwardian silver and enamel Oxford and Cambridge University College Menu Holders, the shield shaped stands on octagonal bases, enameled with the Coats ...
A good pair of early 20th century cased silver and enamel Menu Holders, the shield shaped stands on octagonal bases, enameled with the Coats of Arms of Oxford University and ...
A silver and enamel menu holder depicting the coat of arms Merton College Oxford. Makers mark John William Barrett Birmingham 1905
Retailed by Rowell Oxford
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