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A good quality cased pair of Edwardian silver Menu Holders made in the form of a brace of Woodcock with ruby red glass eyes, standing on slotted filled oval bases.
Pair of novelty English sterling silver menu or place card holders, both featuring nicely modeled stags.
Both hallmarked from London in 1909 with the makers mark being that of Stuart Clifford ...
English sterling silver menu holder or place card holder with the enamel frontage depicting a duck in flight.
Its hallmarked from Birmingham in 1913, the makers mark is very rubbed but ...
Four George V silver hatchling menu holders, on circular bases, Samson Mordan & Co.
Fully hallmarked for Chester 1910
In original blue leather case
Retailed by W & W Logan of Glasgow
An unusual set of 6 Edwardian menu/place name holders made by Stuart Clifford & Co. and hallmarked in London 1910.
They are presented in the original box and the menu holders ...
These are a very smart set of 6 menu holders. Circular shaped base and holder. Good heavy quality. Present in the original fitted box of blue velvet. Fully hallmarked Chester ...
This is an unusual silver Naval Crown menu or place card holder, hallmarked Birmingham 1897. The maker is George Unite.
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A fine and rare assembled set of seven Edwardian silver and enamel Oxford and Cambridge University College Menu Holders, the shield shaped stands on octagonal bases, enamelled with the Coats ...
A fine and rare set of four Edwardian silver and enamel Menu Holders, of double-disc form on circular bases, the sprung faces painted with finely detailed enamelled scenes of a ...
A fine quality early 20th century cased silver and enamel Presentation Napkin Ring with sailing interest, of compressed oval form, the front enamelled with a red and black Burgee with ...
A good set of four George V silver Menu Holders of pierced circular form with hooped supports, depicting four different sporting pursuits; Shooting, Sailing, Flying and Horse Racing, on plain ...
A good quality George VI heavy cast silver Menu Holder formed as the badge of the RAF No 5 Flying Training School, on a plain rectangular solid silver base engraved ...
A fine and extremely rare Edwardian silver and enamel Menu Holder of double-disc form on a circular base, the sprung circular front panel finely enamelled with a Shire Horse in ...
A composed set of four, or two pairs of early 20th century silver and enamel Oxford University Menu Holders, the shield shaped stands on octagonal bases enamelled with the Coats ...
A superb composed set of 12 cased antique silver and enamel Game Bird Menu Holders, of sprung double-disc form on flat circular bases. The faces finely enameled with portraits of ...
This is a good quality Edwardian antique silver gilt and enamel Menu Holder, with cast model of a poodle standing on top of a stepped circular pedestal base with green ...
English antique set of 4 sterling silver menu holders by Sampson Mordan, hallmarked from Chester in 1902.
All in good order, some small minor dark spotting to the underside of bases ...
Set of 4 sterling silver menu holders in case, hallmarked from Chester in 1938 with the makers mark being that of A Wilcox.
Stag , Horse, Dog & Hare.
All in excellent ...
Two novelty English sterling silver horseshoe menu holders, not an actual pair as there is slight difference in size and two different makers.
Both are hallmarked from Birmingham in 1906, one ...
Pair of English sterling silver horseshoe menu holders by George Unite, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1914.
A couple of very tiny pinhead sized dinks (very very minor), otherwise a good clean ...
These are a pair of silver menu, place name or card holders by Horace Woodward and hallmarked in Birmingham in 1914. They are made of a shield shaped disc to ...
This is a superb set of 4 antique hallmarked sterling silver menu/name card holders hallmarked for Chester 1914 with the silversmiths marks for Sampson, Mordan & Co complete in their ...
This is an unusual English silver menu holder modelled on a pheasant, hallmarked Birmingham 1913. Has manufacturers mark to base for A.Barrett & Sons, 63 & 64 Piccadilly, London.
This is a beautifully modelled set of 4 game bird menu or place name holders made by well known silversmiths Martin Hall & Co and clearly and identically hallmarked in ...
A fine and impressive set of six antique George V English sterling silver menu / card holders - boxed; an addition to our diverse dining silverware collection.
These fine antique George ...
A lovely pair of Edwardian sterling silver menu holders made by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. and hallmarked in London 1905. They are in very good condition and sit firmly on ...
This is an excellent boxed set of four solid sterling silver menu or place holders.
In the classic two disc style and decorated to the front with the engraving of a ...
These are a fabulous pair of antique silver menu holders of foliage design in bowl by George Unite, Birmingham 1900.
This is fabulous set of four antique silver menu holders by George Unite Birmingham 1911. Still in case and retailed by 'T W Long 2 St Mary Street Cardiff'. It ...
An attractive pair of Edwardian Silver Plated Pheasant Menu Holders which are made from cast metal and then silver plated and date as far back as 1910. These lovely antiques ...
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