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A good George IV silver Caddy Spoon, the rectangular bowl engraved with a foliate motif, hollow fiddle pattern handle.
By Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1829
This is a super pair of antique Georgian sterling silver spectacles with folding arms usually referred to as wig spectacles as the arms would be held in place by your ...
Antique English sterling silver sherry decanter label by Joseph Willmore, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1835.
In good condition but does not have its suspension chain.
Measures 41 x 24mm.
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This is a high quality Georgian Sterling Silver Caddy Spoon by Birmingham Silversmith Joseph Willmore who was one of the most prolific and renowned silversmiths to have worked in the ...
Silver Nutmeg Grater. Birm 1809. Plain rectangular nutmeg grater with rounded ends by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1809. Silver with steel grater. Clearly hallmarked, in excellent condition with no dings, holes ...
This is a good George III antique silver Caddy Spoon with oval bowl and Old English handle, bright-cut engraved decoration and contemporary initials to the handle.
By Joseph Taylor, Birmingham, 1811
A good George III silver Caddy Spoon of small size, the circular bowl and curved Old English pattern handle with bright-cut engraved foliate decoration.
By Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1811
Joseph Willmore, George IV, silver snuff box of waisted, rectangular shape, hallmarked for Birmingham 1824.
The cover has an exquisitely engraved, very atteactive, decoration with a small, rectangular cartouche to the ...
This is an antique Georgian hallmarked sterling silver snuff box measuring 3 1/2" (9 cms) x 2 1/4" (6 cms) x 1 1/2" (4 cms) high.
It opens and closes ...
An extremely fine and rare George III silver Vinaigrette rectangular cushion shape, the lid bright-cut engraved with seaweed in panels and a vacant oval cartouche, the base engraved with a ...
A pair of fine quality and unusual early Victorian cast silver Grape Scissors, made in the form of a standing Stork.
By Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1839
Weight 124.00 Grams (3.99 troy ounces) ...
A fine William IV silver mounted Aide Memoire with two rectangular silver panels chased and engraved with landscape scenes inside scroll work borders in high relief, one depicting a rare ...
English antique sterling silver snuff box by Joseph Wilmore, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1830
Some scuffs to the gilt interior and 2 or 3 very very minor soft bruises to outside ...
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Antique Victorian rectangular shaped silver 'castle-top' note case. The front side die-stamped with a view of Windsor Castle within a leaf border. The reverse side die-stamped with a ...
This is a lovely sterling silver vinaigrette made by the renowned silversmith Joseph Willmore. It is clearly hallmarked on the inside of the lid and again underneath the gilt grill ...
This is a pair of mid 19th-century Victorian sterling silver antique fish servers. The handles are in King's pattern (double struck shells to the terminals).The blade and tines are in ...
This exceptional antique sterling silver card case has a rectangular form.
The surface of this William IV case is embellished with fine and impressive chased and embossed scrolling leaf decoration accented ...
Pretty and unusual George III silver vinaigrette in the form of a purse or satchel bag. Finely cast with pretty engraved detail on all sides it opens to reveal a ...
This is an 18th Century English antique sterling silver Madeira decanter label by Joseph Willmore, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1797.
In excellent condition and measures 41 x 24mm.
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Antique English sterling silver caddy spoon by Joseph Willmore, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1804.
Foliate pierced bowl engraved to handle terminal with the initials EB.
In excellent order and measures 68mm in ...
English antique sterling silver with gilt finish snuff box by Joseph Willmore hallmarked from Birmingham in 1809.
The lid with concealed hinge and vacant rectangular cartouche flanked to either side by ...
English antique sterling silver snuff box by Joseph Willmore, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1839.
Excellent heavily detailed large example which is in good clean order with no damage.
DATE : 1839
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Antique English sterling silver snuff box by Joseph Willmore, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1809.
Its in good clean order however the 2 front corners where the lid sits each have a ...
This lovely antique sterling silver lancet case was made by Joseph Wilmore and hallmarked for Birmingham 1838.
It is in very good condition with no repairs or damage just a very ...
Antique English sterling silver snuff box by Joseph Willmore, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1820. Engraved initials to the rectangular cartouche on lid.
Minor bruising to base and some wear to gilt ...
George III antique silver snuff box with curved and engine turned, the hinged cover has engraved initials. Clearly hallmarked Birmingham 1818 by Joseph Willmore.
Lovely tactile piece of silver. Ready to ...
A stunning William IV antique silver card case, rectangular with magnificent chinoiserie design of phoenixes and scrolling foliage on a matted ground. Blank un-engraved cartouche and good hallmarks.
A gorgeous pair of Victorian silver Rococo revival small naturalistic spoons, the silver-gilt bowls modeled as convolvulus flowers, and the stems with veined leaves and tendrils and vacant cartouches to ...
A fine George III silver pocket snuff box, tactile curved rectangular shape with key pattern border and floral cartouche, the interior with gorgeous burnished fire gilding.
Pretty Georgian silver caddy spoon in fiddle and thread pattern hallmarked in Birmingham and made by Joseph Willmore. It carries the 1818 date letter.
The bowl of the spoon is ...