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Each having a quadrilateral bowl with four pouring angles. Raised upon four hoofed feet and four 'Old England' pattern spoons en suite. Cased.
Assay office: Sheffield Maker's mark: Henry Wilkinson.
These are a fine pair of hallmarked sugar tongs with bright cut decoration on the shaped arms. Maker's mark rubbed. The cartouche on top of arch has not been engraved.
Pair of George II antique silver chambersticks each having ringed elevated centre on a dragooned bordered tray with up scrolled handle and twin period matched snuffers.
Assay office: London
Maker's mark: John ...
Antique silver coffee-pot with ebonised handle by Lee & Wigfoll Sheffield 1905. Minor dent to rear of lid where it meets handle.
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 ...
Antique Scottish silver Christening mug by 'Hamilton & Inches Edinburgh'. It has a vacant cartouche and bright cut decoration.
This is a gorgeous solid sterling silver swing-handled cake or bread basket, dating from the reign of George III.
Clearly hallmarked under the rim for London 1801, it is in excellent ...
Nice shape Edwardian Sterling silver pap boat (invalid feeder) by W Pearsall of Birmingham 1905. Nice shape handle with reeded base.
Carse Antiques is a member of both LAPADA and CINOA
Large size very heavy George III Sterling silver sauce ladle by BENJAMIN DAVIS of LONDON. Typical George III design. Fully hallmarked LONDON 1826
SIZE; 7 1/2" long, Weight; 2.8oz / 2.6ozt.
This is a lovely example of a solid sterling silver straining ladle. These ladles are quite unusual, especially in this smaller size.
The ladle is clearly hallmarked on the reverse ...
This is a 12 lamp silver on brass and crystal chandelier. This chandelier has a patinated silver finish on brass amongst other metals, is of a nice age and has ...
This is a very good quality pair of solid sterling silver table or serving spoons, bearing the sought after Exeter Assay Office mark.
They are clearly hallmarked on the back of ...
This is a lovely simple ivory page turner with solid sterling silver handle.
Clearly hallmarked for London 1902, with the maker's mark for Edward Baker & Son (J William Caldicott).
There is ...
This is a good quality solid sterling silver serving or table spoon.
Assayed in Exeter 1811, the spoon is clearly hallmarked on the reverse of the handle, with the maker's mark ...
A really lovely Late 19th Century Antique English Victorian Silver Plated Banqueting Oil Lamp of impressive proportions by the renowned makers, James Hinks & Son of Birmingham. Standing at 101.50 ...
A most unusual and attractive Late 19th / Early 20th Century Antique German Glass Wine Decanter, the wheel engraved decoration of sailing ships and windmills complementing the more usual trailing ...
A Victorian Hallmarked Silver Sterling Vesta Case which was made by Rolason Bros and is clearly hallmarked for Birmingham 1896.
The spring to the lid works well and the lid closes ...
This is a stunning and heavy Christening Cup made by Blancknsee & Sons and hallmarked in Chester 1910.
It is quite tall, stands on a pedestal base and the attractive handle ...
This excellent pair of solid sterling silver serving spoons was made by the renowned flatware makers John & Henry Lias during the reign of George III.
They are clearly hallmarked on ...
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