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This is a superb antique sterling silver photo frame measuring 6 1/2" (17 cms) tall x 4 3/4" (12 cms) across with the opening measuring 5 1/2" (14 cms) x ...
This is a super pair of antique Edwardian sterling silver vases each measuring 8" (20 cms) tall x 2 3/4" (7 cms) across the tops.
They have matching hallmarks for ...
This is an antique Victorian sterling silver trinket box measuring 3 1/4" (9 cms) x 1 1/4" (3.5 cms) x 1 1/4" (3 cms) high.
It's hallmarked for Chester 1898 ...
This is a beautiful antique Edwardian sterling silver hallmarked purse measuring 3″ (8 cm) across x 2 1/4″ (6 cm) and decorated front and back with lovely birds.
A fine and impressive antique English sterling silver salver; an addition to our dining silverware collection.
This fine antique sterling silver salver has a plain rounded square form with shaped corners.
An exceptional, fine and impressive pair of antique George V English sterling silver peppers; an addition to our silver cruets/condiments collection.
These impressive antique George V sterling silver peppers are stylistically ...
These are a fine pair of English antique heavy gauge silver plated knife rests of rampant lions with shields.
19th Century French Nickel Silver Hunting Dog Collar with Engraved Provenance
This 19th Century French Nickel Silver Hunting Dog Collar, is Engraved giving the piece the necessary provenance to trace the ...
A gorgeous vintage 1950's sterling silver compact.
Floral and engine turned design with a pretty decorative rim.
European make, it has marks one worn significantly, probably Dutch with the date letter for ...
English antique sterling silver teapot of squat form with embossed decoration, hallmarked from London in 1835 with the makers mark being that of J Wrangham & William Moulson.
Double initial to ...
English antique sterling silver sugar tongs with the decoration remaining crisp, marked W.B to one bowl for William Bennett and lion passant to the other.
A good clean pair which measure ...
Pair of immaculate condition English sterling silver napkin rings of circular form, both engraved to cartouche with the initial K.
Both hallmarked from Birmingham in 1932 with the makers mark being ...
This is a rare 18th-century Irish provincial, sterling silver George III teaspoon by John Nicholson.
The handle in Celtic Point pattern (elongated tip), and decorated with Bright-cut engravings.
Free from monograms. Crested ...
Pair of very heavy large English sterling silver napkin rings in original case showing they were retailed by C.H.Holmwood of George Street in Edinburgh.
Hallmarked from Sheffield in 1928 with the ...
English antique sterling silver fish slice by Robert Hennell I & Samuel Hennel, hallmarked from London in 1810.
Engraved to handles terminal with the letter W .
In very good order, measuring ...
This antique walking stick/cane features an unmarked repousse continental silver top which displays a floral pattern
The simple but solid cane shaft is malacca wood and is finished with the addition of ...
This is an early 20th Century (1930) solid sterling silver lapel/stick pin.
The top with a shield, together with a horse shoe and a miniature three-dimensional horse.
HALLMARKS: Birmingham, SILVER ...
A substantial 18th-century George II (1740) sterling silver antique dessert spoon.
It is in Hanoverian pattern, with the terminal turned up. Dragon crest.
A heavy Georgian dessert spoon, weighing approximately 41g.
HALLMARKS: London, ...
A neat pair of sterling silver salts with glass liners, by Walker & Hall, hallmarked Sheffield 1904.
The watch has a key-winding movement which is working well. The movement is signed The "Comet" and numbered 12381. The movement is protected by an inner hinged cover. A winding ...
This antique dress/side saddle cane features an untested, unmarked continental silver top displaying a detailed cherub and floral design
The slender cane shaft is possibly rosewood and is finished with the ...
The watch has a stem-winding movement which is working nicely. The movement appears to be signed JWC, this logo was used by IWC from 1895 until 1905. The reason ...
This is a lovely antique sterling silver and tortoiseshell circular photo frame hallmarked for Birmingham 1918.
It measures 7" (18 cms) across with the actual opening measuring 5 1/2" (14 ...
A pair of silver and tigers eye cufflinks, not marked but tested. Supplied in a modern presentation box.
Please ring or e-mail with any further questions.
An attractive, heavy, silver stickpin in the form of a German Shepherd dog, stamped sterling. Supplied in a modern presentation box.
Please ring or e-mail with any further questions.
This is a super pair of antique Victorian hallmarked silver gilt grape scissors / shears measuring 7" (18 cms) long and particularly nice as they come in their original presentation ...
Early 18th-century George I (1726) sterling silver antique table spoon.
It is in Hanoverian pattern, with the terminal turned up. Rattail profile to the reverse of the spoon bowl.
Fully hallmarked. ...
A well defined hallmarked silver pig pin cushion Circa 1905 maker Miller brothers Birmingham
Late 19th-century (c.1890) French sterling silver 7¼" sugar sifter ladle/dessert server.
Fully hallmarked on the bowl and the handle. Stamped with Minerva 1 marks (high grade 950 silver).
Well made, solid and ...
An amazing desk stand with a fantastic gilt shine.
Makers Mark - John Emes
Lion Passant - 925 Silver
Crowned Leopard - London
Letter F - 1801
Monarch - George III
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