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A Superb Early 19thC French Silver Niello Waisted Rectangular Snuff Box The Cover Deocrated With 2 Equestrian Combatants, The Sides And Base With Fruiting Vine.
70mm x 45mm
The Inside Cover Marked For Mention Et Wagner, Paris 1832-38, Together With An Inscription "To Charles Innes From A Valued Friend 1837."
The Rim With Further Guarantee And Makers Marks.
Lovely Well Patinated Original Condition.

Mention & Wagner Were Noted Paiisienne Silvesmiths Of The Period Known Particulary For Their Niello Work.

Marked With Under The Chin Second Standard (800) Mark


marked on rim with pre-1838 poinçon de garantie for Paris the inside of the casket stamped with maker's patent BREVET D'INVENT M&W Paris

Augustin-Médard Mention (1785-1849)
He insculated his first hallmark in 1810 and established himself as a jewelry manufacturer, his production consists of earrings, necklaces, pins, rings, bracelets, padlocks, pendants, keys, cachets, beads, coral, brilliants, silver and gold. He also proposed the implementation of Freemasonry orders and the export of gemstones. From 1829 to 1841, he worked with goldsmith Charles Wagner to develop a niello manufacturing process. After that date he continued to work as a jeweler in fine stones.




Price: $1,450.00
Stock Number: X334


A Gorgeous George V Sterling Silver Engine Turned Case With Rose Gold Clasp And Flush Hinge.
Birmingham 1935,
William Neale & Sons Ltd.
Weight : 87 Grams
Too Small For Fags, Might Be OK For Small Cards, Pills? Whatever A Gorgeous Small Sophisticated Silver Case



Price: $220.00
Stock Number: X335


A George V Sterling Silver Double Stamp Trough With Hinged Cover And Ball Feet
Birmingham 1915,
A&J Zimmerman Ltd.
Weight : 39 Grams.
A Tiny Ding To The Bottom Of One Side, Otherwise Good Condition.



Price: $240.00
Stock Number: X329


An Excellent Pair Of Edwardian Sterling Silver Shaped Napkin Rings With Pierced And Engraved Scrollwork.
Sheffield 1903,
P Ashberry & Sons.
Weight : 65 Grams.
Excellent Condition



Price: $360.00
Stock Number: X315


An Edwardian Circular Sterling Silver Sovereign Case Engraved With Scollwork.
Birmingham 1909,
AL Davenport Ltd.
Weight : 20 Grams All In.
A Few Small Dings, Nice Crisp Action.



Price: $180.00
Stock Number: X336

A George III Sterling Silver Sifter Berry Ladle Converted In Victorian Times To A Berry Sifter Ladle, The Bowl Gilded.
London 1820,
William Eley & William Fearn.
63 Grams



Price: $220.00

Stock Number: CD543


A Cased Edwardian Sterling Silver 4 Piece Serving Set With Carved Mother-Of-Pearl Handles And Engraved Work Comprising Of A Pickle Fork, Jam Spoon, Bread Fork And Butter Knife.
Birmingham 1904.
The Cutlery In Excellent Condition, The Case Distressed.




Price: $240.00
Stock Number: V18


An Early Victorian Canteen Of EPNS Armorial Fiddle Thread And Shell Cutlery Comprising:
6 x table forks, 6 x dessert forks
6 x dessert spoons, 5 x soup spoons, 5 x teaspoons.
28 Pieces.
Circa 1850.
One Table Fork And Two Dessert Forks With Different Armorial - I Can Guarantee Not One Of Your Guests Will Notice The Differnce Between The Upright Lion And The Upright Eagle, Backs Of Soup Spoons, Teaspoons, Table Forks And Dessert Forks With Small Amounts Of Wear And Nickle Exposure, Back Of Dessert Spoons A Little More Worn - One With More So.
Get The Look For A Fraction Of The Price Of Sterling, Good Looking Stylish Cutlery For A Very Modest Price, The Lion Crest Of Course Belonging To Your Distinguished Ancestors!



Price: $420.00
Stock Number: S31


A Fabulous Set Of 12 19thC French Silver And Steel Table Knives, The Monogramed Fluted Silver Handles With Ribbon Tied Garlands, The Steel Blades Bearing Makers Mark For "Orfevrerie Boulenger Paris."
The Handles With Minerva And Other Marks.
Good Condition With To Be Expected Stains To The Steel Blades, The Case A Bit Distressed. With These, Beef A Joy!

The house of goldsmiths was founded in 1810 in Paris under the name of Hautin, and continued by the nephew of the founder Adolphe Boulenger who gave it the name of "A. Boulenger & Cie", 4 rue du Vert Bois in Paris . After his death in 1898, his son Charles Boulenger succeeded him and the goldsmith's shop took the name of "Ch. Boulenger & Cie".

Boulenger was a leading Parisian goldsmith during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries , he was the main supplier of the silverware of the French Navy .



Price: $600.00
Stock Number: X169


A Stylish Cased Set Of 12 Sterling Silver And Mother-Of-Pearl Fruit Knives And Forks, 24 Pieces. Sheffield 1923,
Alexander Clark Co Ltd.
The Plush Lined Case Bearing London Location. Excellent Condition.




Price: $720.00
Stock Number: U259


A Gorgeous Pair Of Edwardian Sterling Silver Pierced Demi Lune Napkin Rings With Beaded Edges And Polychrome Enamelled Butterflys.
Weight : 59 Grams
Birmingham 1908,
James Fenton & Co.
Excellent Condition, Never Been Engraved, Clear Marks.


Price: $580.00
Stock Number: X228


A Most Stylish Pair Of Edwardian Hand Hammered Sterling Silver Napkin Rings With Regularly Spaced Raised Bosses
Weight : 82 Grams
London 1905,
George Jackson & David Fullerton.
Heavy In The Hand, Excellent Condition, Clear Marks



Price: $320.00
Stock Number: X229


An Amusing Late Victorian Small Measuring Cup Modelled As A Monkey Supporting The Cup And Standing On A Domed Beaded Edge Base.
London 1901,
Maker JD Not Traced, Tempting To Attribute To James Dixon But This Does Not Appear To Be On Of His Marks.
72mm High.
Weight : 53 Grams.
Excellent Condition.



Price: $245.00
Stock Number: X222


A Victorian Sterling Silver Bosuns Whistle Of Conventional Form With Suspension Ring, Fouled Anchor And Crown Motif And Foliate Engraving To The Blade.
87mm Long.
Weight :
Birmingham 1863,
George Unite.
Pretty Good Condition, A Bit Of Wear And Commensurate With Age - Couple Of Dings to The Tube, Very Clear Marks.




Price: $420.00
Stock Number: X234


A Set Of 6 William IV Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Dessert Spoons, Monogramed "P."
3 x London 1834,
William Eaton,
3 x Edinburgh 1836,
Andrew Wilkie.
Weight : 265 Grams.
Excellent Condition.


Price: $420.00
Stock Number: X173


A George III Sterling Silver Marrow Scoop.
London 1797,
Peter & Ann Bateman.
Weight : 43 Grams
Excellent Condition With Good Clear Marks.




Price: $380.00
Stock Number: X191


A George III Sterling Silver Marrow Scoop.
London 1794,
Solomon Hougham.
Weight : 40 Grams
The Bowl A Little Worn, Otherwise Good Condition.



Price: $320.00
Stock Number: X192


A George III Sterling Silver Marrow Scoop.
Weight : 42 Grams
Perhaps John Faux
Date Mark Indecipherable, Circa 1765.
Very Good Condition.
Not Confident With These Marks, What Is Certain Is This Scoop Was Made In London In The Early Part Of The Second Half Of The 18th Century.



Price: $360.00
Stock Number: X225


An Early George III Sterling Silver Card Tray With Cast Shell Pie Crust Rim And Raised Pad Feet; Contemporary Monogram "JNC."?
London 1764,
Thomas Hannam & Richard Mills
Weight : 259 Grams.
Very Nice Original Condition, Good Patina, Clear Marks.


Price: $850.00
Stock Number: X219


A George IV Sterling Silver Cylindrical Mustard Pot With Domed Cover, Bud Finial, Shell Thumbpiece, Acanthus Capped And Reeded Handle And All Over Repousse Decoration Of Budding And Flowering Roses; Original Blue Glass Liner.
Weight : 123 Grams
London 1824,
George Knight.
Good Original Condition, Marks Clear.




Price: $625.00
Stock Number: X223


Virtually Impossible To Find : A Complete Set Of 12 George III Sterling Silver Table Knives And Entrée Knives With Sterling Silver Handles Decorated With Scrolls And Shells (Hourglass Pattern) And Steel Blades.
The Table Knives
Birmingham 1812,
Mathew Boulton
The Entrée Knives
Birmingham 1816,
Mathew Boulton.

In Good Well Used Condition, The Odd Ding, The Bear Armorial On The Table Knives Becoming Faint, The Steel Blades With The To Be Expected Marks. Very Stylish, Very Sharp, Very Functional.

Made At The Famous Soho Workshops Of Mathew Boulton. Shortly After His Death In 1809. One Of England's Most Famous Industrialists Of The 18thC Boulton Counted Amongst His Chums Josiah Wedgwood, Erasmus Darwin And James Watt, With Whom He Produced Many Steam Engines, Making Possible The Mechanisation Of Factories And Mills.




Price: $4,850.00
Stock Number: R424


An Edwardian Georgian Style Sterling Silver Sauce Boat With Gadrooned Rim, Acanthus Capped Double Scroll Handle And Webbed Pad Feet.
152mm Across Handle And Spout.
London 1909,
James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler.
Weight : 164 Grams.
Good Condition, A Decent Weight.


Price: $320.00
Stock Number: X122


A Pair Of George III Sheffield Plate Plain Wine Coasters With Gadrooned Edges And Turned Wood Bases.
152mm Diameter.
Circa 1800.


Price: $350.00
Stock Number: P268


A George IV Scottish Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Fish Slice With Pierced And Engraved Work.
Glasgow 1825,
D McDonald.
129 grams.



Price: $450.00
Stock Number: R545


A Stylish Victorian EPNS Ewer Of Bellarmine Inspiration With Loop Handle, Neck Cast With A Bearded Mask And Oviform Body On Raised Circular Foot.
235mm High.
Circa 1880.




Price: $480.00
Stock Number: R600


A Fabulous Edwardian EPNS Circular Chaffing Dish, The Domed Cover With Engraved Armorial, The Border With Cast Foliate Work, The Interior With Divider And With Turned Ivory Handle.
275mm Wide Excluding Handle.
Circa 1900.




Price: $650.00
Stock Number: R599


A Cased Set Of 6 Sterling Silver Celtic Knot Teaspoons.
Sheffield 1955,
Cooper Brothers.
Inspired By 5th Century Monk's Silver.




Price: $210.00
Stock Number: G498


A Gorgeous Cased Set Of 6 Norwegian Sterling Silver And Enamel Teaspoons With Gilded Bowls And Pierced Terminals.
Tiny Enamel Loss To Two.



Price: $245.00
Stock Number: T542


An Unusual Sterling Silver Gambling Faceted Octagonal Spinning Top Each Face With Various Numbers, Letters And Symbols; Stamped "Sterling" Together With Makers Mark "JB"?.
Probably American, Circa 1920.
37mm High.
Good Condition



Price: $250.00
Stock Number: 0367


A Georgian Scottish Silver Entwined Luckenbooth Brooch, Engraved To Reverse Miss Janet McInnes
Makers Mark Only WB Struck Twice.
Probably Aberdeen Circa 1800,
William Byres.
60mm x 45mm
Small Damage At Clasp And Also Minor Loss To Reverse Of Top.



Price: $250.00
Stock Number: B401


A Superb Late Victorian Sterling Silver And Tortoiseshell Inkstand With Pierced Applied Rim Decorated With Classical Masks, Naked Putto And Winged Phoenix, Moulded Square Glass Inkwell With Hinged Cover, Pen Rest, Pen And Raised Scroll Feet.
London 1892,
William Comyns.
The Pen London 1901,
Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd.
Very Decorative, Good Condition.





Price: $850.00
Stock Number: CD669


An Attractive Late Victorian Circular Sugar Bowl With Repousse Ornament Of Scrolling Foliage And Pierced Acanthus Capped Double Scroll Handles.
Sheffield 1896,
Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall-Martin.
Weight : 147 Grams
Excellent Condition




Price: $180.00
Stock Number: X15


A George V Sterling Silver Square Ashtray With Applied Edge.
100mm Square.
Birmingham 1939,
Reid & Sons Ltd.
Weight : 81 Grams




Price: $80.00
Stock Number: W861


A Rare Edwardian Sterling Silver Tapering Cylindrical Posey Vase With Pierced Trellis And Rococo Scrollwork, The Scrollwork Cartouche Blank.
Birmingham 1905,
Henry Mathews
Weight : 41 Grams.
Nice Clear Hallmarks, Excellent Condition, A Perfect Gift For The Bride With Everything - She Will Not Have One Of These!



Price: 650.00
Stock Number: W815


A Late Victorian Sterling Silver Nurses Buckle With Pierced Scots Thistle And Foliage.
Birmingham 1900,
George Edwin Walton.
Weight : 45 Grams.
Excellent Condition.




Price: $340.00
Stock Number: W814


A Good Edwardian Double Hinged Sterling Silver Circular Case Repousse In High Relief With A Subject Of Biblical Inspiration, The Enclosed Circular Glass Scent Bottle With Sterling Silver Mounted Neck And Target Stopper.
80mm High.
The Bottle Birmingham 1902,
Albert Cohen And Charles Solomon-Cohen,
The Case London 1900,
William Comyns & Sons Ltd.
Weight : 48 Grams Case Only.
Excellent Condition, The Case Lined With Cotton Wool.




Price: $380.00
Stock Number: W811


A Silver Thimble With Applied Wirework And Tendril Ornament.
Stamped "2," Probably Continental, Circa 1900



Price: $60.00
Stock Number: W800


A Stylish George V Sterling Silver Hinged Circular Powder Compact With Engine Turning One Side And Pale Blue Guilloche Enamel To The Other.
Birmingham 1936,
Adie Brothers Ltd.
Weight : 65 Grams All In.
Excellent Condition.




Price: $280.00
Stock Number: W812


A Most Elegant Pair Of Sterling Silver Jack In The Pulpit Specimen Vases With Wide Everted Rims And Slender Tapering Bodies With Circular Bases.
225mm High.
Birmingham 1901,
Elkington & Co. Ltd.
Weight : 336 Grams.
Fantastic Shape By A Top Maker - These Are Going To Look Really Good On A Dining Table.




Price: $850.00
Stock Number: W807


A Good Substantial And Weighty Late Victorian Sterling Silver Oval Tea Caddy With Hinged Domed Cover And Ebonised Finial, Gadrooned Edges And Lion Mask Handles With Loose Rings.
165mm Wide x 115mm Deep x 135mm High.
London 1898,
Thomas Bradbury & Sons.
Weight : 426 Grams.
Excellent Condition.






Price: $1,250.00
Stock Number: W808


An Attractive Small Edwardian Sterling Silver Oval Caddy With Lift Off Cover And Engraved Ornament Of Ribbon Tied Musical Swags And Wreaths; Blank Cartouche.
Chester 1908.
George Nathan & Ridley Hayes.
71mm Wide x 77mm High.
Weight : 93 Grams.
Good Condition.




Price: $380.00
Stock Number: W774


A Good George III Irish Sterling Silver Sauce Boat With Acanthus Capped Double Scroll Handle, Reeded Rim,
Matt Ground, Chased And Engraved Decoration Of Flowering Foliage And Stepped Pad Feet With Shell Terminals; Monogramed Under The Spout "FJB."
Dublin 1792,
Joseph Jackson.
Weight :
Excellent Original Unpolished Condition, Nice And Weighty In The Hand, Gorgeous Generous Spout, Pours A Treat!





Price: $1,250.00
Stock Number: W804


A Most Handsome George III Sterling Silver Vase Shape Urn With High Domed Cover And Finial, Reeded Scroll Handles With Foliate Terminals, Body On Pedestal Square Base With Ball Feet, The Body Engraved With Garlands About 2 Vacant Cartouches.
London 1784, Rare Incuse Mark,
John Reilly.
Weight : 1074 Grams
Formerly With Tap, Now Plugged. At Over 1kg In Weight Very Satisfying In The Hand; The Perfect Funerary Urn For A Loved One! For A Large Weighty And Impressive Item Of Georgian Sterling Silver This Is Very Modestly Priced.





Price: $.1,450.00
Stock Number: W794


A Victorian Scottish Sterling Silver Ewer With High Acanthus Capped Double Scroll Handle, Hinged Cover, Slender Neck, Ovoid Body, Pedestal Foot And Circular Base, The Shoulder Repoussef With Classical Masks And Eagle Heads, One Cartouche Monogramed And Dated June 12th 1872, The Body With An Engraved Armorial Of A Boor And Cross.
Edinburgh 1870,
Walker Crichton.
372mm High.
Weight : 722 Grams
Pristine Condition





Price: $2,250.00
Stock Number: W783


A Splendid George II Sterling Silver Girdled Plain Baluster Tankard With Double Domed Hinged Cover, Chair Back Thumbpiece, Double Scroll Handle With Heart Terminal And Spreading Circular Foot.
Partially Marked On The Base, Makers Mark On The Handle, Lion Passant To The Top Of The Cover
Newcastle 1757,
John Langlands.
Weight : 822 Grams
Excellent Condition




Price: $4,650.00
Stock Number: W784


A Small George II Sterling Silver Waiter With Cast Shell And Pie Crust Rim, Centred By A Blank Lozenge Shape Cartouche Flanked By Foliate Scrolls.
London 1756,
Ebenezer Coker.
Weight : 261 Grams



Price: $750.00
Stock Number: W787


A George III Sterling Silver Waiter With Gadrooned Piecrust Rim And Stepped Pad Feet, The Centre Engraved With An Eagles Talon Armorial Device.
London 1766,
Thomas Hannam & John Carter.
Good Condition.
Weight : 284 Grams



Price: $850.00
Stock Number: W788


A William IV Scottish Sterling Silver Salver With Cast Foliate Rim And Scroll Feet, Engraved With Scrolling Foliage Around A Vacant Cartouche.
Edinburgh 1836,
Marshall & Sons.
Excellent Condition
Weight : 760 Grams



Price: $2,250.00
Stock Number: W789


A George II Sterling Silver Baluster Cream Jug With Shaped Cut Rim, Acanthus Capped Double Scroll Handle And Raised Pad Feet; Owners Initials "CHI" Engraved To Base And "G" To Handle, One Foot Featuring Scratch Marks.
London 1753,
Possibly William Plummer.
Excellent Condition
Weight : 83 Grams




Price: $780.00
Stock Number: W791


A Large Edwardian Sterling Silver Caster With Vase Finial, Pierced Domed Cover And Double Ogee Body On Domed Foot; Chased All Over With Scrolling Foliage And Rococo Scrollwork.
London 1903,
Charles Clement Pilling.
225mm High.
Weight : 264 Grams
Excellent Condition, Fully Hallmarked To Both Body And Cover.



Price: $750.00
Stock Number: W772


A 20thC Georgian Style Octagonal Vase Shape Caster With Finial, Pierced Cover And Stepped Octagonal Foot.
Birmingham 1936,
John Price Hunt.
215mm High.
Weight : 227 Grams.
Excellent Condition, Marked To Both Pieces.



Price: $650.00
Stock Number: W773


A Monumental Turn-Of-The-Century German, Dautzenberg, Pewter Art Nouveau Vase Designed By J Rob Hannig, With Pierced Foliate Handles And Relief Ornament Of Asymmetric Flowering Foliage And A Profile Bust Of An Art Nouveau Maiden With Flowing Hair.
362mm High.
Signed JR Hannig.
Excellent Oxidised Condition.
An Identical Vase Is Illustrated In, "20thC Pewter Art Nouveau To Modernism," Paul Carter Robinson, Page 102.



Price: $1,250.00
Stock Number: V337


A 20thC Sterling Silver Plain Sauce Boat With Loop Handle And Pad Feet.
Sheffield 1946,
James Dixon & Sons.
154mm Wide.
Weight : 164 Grams
Excellent Condition, Clear Marks, Not Lightweight.




Price: $140.00
Stock Number: W777


A George V Sterling Silver Small Square Rectangular Engine Turned Cedar Lined Table Cigarette Box; Monogramed GW.
85mm x 75mm
Marks Rubbed,
Probably Birmingham 1929,
William Neal & Sons Ltd.
2 Corners Dinged, Otherwise OK Condition.




Price: $160.00
Stock Number: V347


A Smart Victorian Deep Hobnail Cut Square Section Scent Bottle With Screw On Sterling Silver Cover With Inset Monogramed Gold Disc.
Probably London 1872,
Maker JH Not Traced.
60mm Square x 100mm High.
A Few Minor Extremity Nibbles, Otherwise Good Condition.



Price: $350.00
Stock Number: V562


An Edwardian Faceted Rectangular Glass Scent Bottle With Screw On Cover.
London 1903,
Makers Mark Rubbed.
90mm High.


Price: $80.00
Stock Number: V565


A Graduated Pair Of Edwardian Faceted Cylindrical Glass Dressing Table Jars With Plain Slip On Sterling Silver Covers.
London 1903.
Wolfsky & Co.
160 & 126mm High.
Good Condition



Price: $90.00
Stock Number: V568


An Edwardian Pierced Rectangular Sterling Silver Mustard Pot With Hinged Cover, Shell Thumbpiece, Ball Feet And Blue Glass Liner.
71mm Wide Across Handle x 53mm High To Thumbpiece.
Birmingham 1901,
Samuel Walton Smith.
Weight : 47 Grams Excluding Liner.
Excellent Condition.




Price: $140.00
Stock Number: V574


A Small George V Georgian Style Sterling Silver Baluster Cream Jug With Double Scroll Handle.
85mm High To Top Of Handle.
Sheffield 1937,
William Hutton & Sons.
Weight : 99 Grams.
Excellent Condition, Pleasing Weight.


Price: $180.00
Stock Number: V575


A Charming Small Proportion Victorian Sterling Silver Baluster Shape Ewer With Hinged Cover, Acanthus Capped Scroll Handle, Ivory Heat Rings, Parcel Gilt Interior, 2 Cartouches On Engraved Scrolling Foliage Ground, One With A Classically Draped Figure Carrying A Tray Of Heaped Fruit, Probably Emblematic Of Plenty, The Other With An Armorial Device Of A Fox And The Motto "Concussus Surgo - When Struck I Rise," Peculiarly Apt Sentiments For Wellingtonians At This Time.
London 1887,
Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall.
260mm High.
Weight : 373 Grams.

Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall -Martin, Hall & Co- ,
The origin of the firm in the partnership established in 1820 in Sheffield by Henry Wilkinson and John Roberts who traded as Wilkinson & Roberts.The firm's chronology is: John Roberts (1836), Roberts & Hall ( 1846), Martin Hall & Co (1854), Martin Hall & Co Ltd (1866-1936). Martin Hall & Co was one of the best known British manufacturers and participated in many international exhibitions including the Crystal Palace 1851 Great Exhibition.




Price: $1,850.00
Stock Number: W626


A Charming Tiny Cast Sterling Silver Hound.
London 1973,
SMD Castings.
Weight : 12 Grams



Price: $220.00
Stock Number: V341


A Charming Miniature Cast Sterling Silver Spaniell.
London 1972,
SMD Castings.
Weight : 22 Grams



Price: $240.00
Stock Number: W627


An Early 20thC George V Sterling Silver Cased Desk Clock With Swiss Clock, Oak Back With Easel And Shaped Case Monogramed "EB."
Birmingham 1915,
William Vale & Sons.




Price: $550.00
Stock Number: W574


A Set Of 6 George III Sterling Silver Old English Pattern Teaspoons; Monogramed EW.
5 x London 1818,
William Bateman,
1 x London 1805,
Peter, Ann & William Bateman.
Good Condition.
Weight : 75 Grams


Price: $320.00
Stock Number: V345


An Excellent Victorian Thick Walled Rectangular Glass Traveller's Inkwell With Star Cut Base And Engraved Sterling Silver Mount Featuring A Thread And Screw Hinged Cover; Monogramed.
London 1852,
Thomas Johnson.
Excellent Condition, Nice And Weighty In The Hand.




Price: $480.00
Stock Number: W610


A Good Edwardian Sterling Silver Pierced Foliate Two Part Nurses Buckle.
Birmingham 1909,
Reynolds & Westwood.
Excellent Condition With Good Clear Marks.


Price: $360.00
Stock Number: W620


A Glorious Set Of 6 George III Scottish Sterling Silver Old English Pattern Soup Spoons; Monogramed "BKL."
Edinburgh 1806,
Maker DM Not Traced.
Weight : 365 Grams.
Excellent Condition, These Days Often Used As Serving Spoons.


Price: $840.00
Stock Number: W599


A Tall Edwardian Faceted Glass Dressing Table Jar With Hammered Sterling Silver Slip On Cover; Monogrammed "CC."
London 1903,
Charles Henry Dumenil
62mm High.


Price: $80.00
Stock Number: W602


An Edwardian Faceted Glass Dressing Table Jar With Hammered Sterling Silver Slip On Cover; Monogrammed "CC."
London 1903,
Charles Henry Dumenil.
85mm High.


Price: $80.00
Stock Number: W603


An Edwardian Cut Crystal Squat Oviform Bowl With Wide Shaped Sterling Silver Rim.
Chester 1903,
George Nathan And Ridley Hayes.
103mm Diameter x 85mm High.
Excellent Condition.


Price: $225.00
Stock Number: W587


An Edwardian Ribbed Glass Vesta Of Custard Cup Shape With Sterling Silver Rim.
London 1906,
Makers Mark Indecipherable.
52mm High.
Good Condition.


Price: $165.00
Stock Number: W590


An Edwardian Throne Of Scone.
London 1901,
Cornelius Desormeaux & James Frances Hollings.
Weight : 24 Grams
The Stone of Scone —also known as the Stone of Destiny, and often referred to in England as The Coronation Stone—is an oblong block of red sandstone that was used for centuries in the coronation of the monarchs of Scotland, and later the monarchs of England and the Kingdom of Great Britain. Historically, the artefact was kept at the now-ruined Scone Abbey in Scone, near Perth, Scotland. It is also known as Jacob's Pillow Stone and the Tanist Stone, and in Scottish Gaelic, clach-na-cinneamhain. Its size is about 26 inches (660 mm) by 16.75 inches (425 mm) by 10.5 inches (270 mm) and its weight is approximately 336 pounds (152 kg). A roughly incised cross is on one surface, and an iron ring at each end aids with transport. The Stone of Scone was last used in 1953 for the coronation of Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
On Christmas Day 1950, a group of four Scottish students (Ian Hamilton, Gavin Vernon, Kay Matheson, and Alan Stuart) removed the stone from Westminster Abbey for return to Scotland. During the removal process, the stone broke into two pieces. After burying the greater part of the Stone in a Kent field, where they camped for a few days,they uncovered the buried stone and returned to Scotland, along with a new accomplice, John Josselyn. According to one US diplomat who was posted in Edinburgh at the time, the stone was hidden for a short time in a trunk in the basement of the Consulate's Public Affairs Officer, unknown to him, before it was removed.] Although English, Josselyn, who was then a student at the University of Glasgow, was a Scottish Nationalist. Edward I was Josselyn's 21st great-grandfather.The smaller piece was similarly brought north at a later time. The entire stone was passed to a senior Glasgow politician, who arranged for it to be professionally repaired by Glasgow stonemason Robert Gray.

A major search for the stone was ordered by the British Government, but proved unsuccessful. The custodians left the stone on the altar of Arbroath Abbey on 11 April 1951, in the safekeeping of the Church of Scotland. Once the London police were informed of its whereabouts, the stone was returned to Westminster four months after it was removed. Afterwards, rumours circulated that copies had been made of the stone, and that the returned stone was not the original

In 1996, in a symbolic response to growing dissatisfaction among Scots at the prevailing constitutional settlement, the British Conservative Government decided that the stone should be kept in Scotland when not in use at coronations. On 3 July 1996, it was announced in the House of Commons that the stone would be returned to Scotland, and on 15 November 1996, after a handover ceremony at the border between representatives of the Home Office and of the Scottish Office, it was transported to Edinburgh Castle. The stone arrived in the Castle on 30 November 1996 and it remains alongside the crown jewels of Scotland (the Honours of Scotland) in the Crown Room. The handover occurred on St Andrew's Day, a day in honour of the patron Saint of Scotland, and Prince Andrew, Duke of York was the Queen's representative.


Price: $280.00
Stock Number: W560


An Edwardian Sterling Silver Thimble, Size 6 Which Is A Mystery To Me Because Sizes 9 And 10 I Purchased From The Same Collection Are Smaller.
Chester 1902,
Charles Horner.
Excellent Condition.


Price: $40.00
Stock Number: W561


A Good Early 20thC Leaf And Scroll Filigree Silver Cross With Single Applied Flower Head.
81mm High.
Circa 1920.
Excellent Condition.


Price: $80.00
Stock Number: W564


A Small Ethnic Weighty Silver Amulet Of Unknown Origin.
Weight : 25 Grams



Price: $40.00
Stock Number: W567


A Stylish 1930's EPNS Ladie's Mesh Evening Purse With Gold And Silver Coloured Zig-Zag Mesh, Entwined Silver Strap And Blue Cabochon Clasp; Stamped "EPNS."
Circa 1925.
The Mesh Becoming Slilghtly Loose At The Mount.



Price: $120.00
Stock Number: W570


A George V Early 20thC Small Sterling Silver Brush.
Birmingham 1912,
Maker Not Identified.
102mm Long.
Good Condition,



Price: $225.00
Stock Number: W577


A Late Victorian Cylindrical Sterling Silver Cannister With Slip On Cover And All Over Engraved Scrollwork; Monogramed GR And Dated 1919.
Birmingham 1899,
Maker Not Identified.
Evidence Of Old Solder Repair To Base.
Weight : 38 Grams All In



Price: $225.00
Stock Number: W578


An Edwardian Sterling Silver Babies Rattle Formed As A Pierced Sphere With 4 Rattles And Circular Ivory Teething Ring.
Birmingham 1907,
Crisford & Norris.
Approximately 65mm Across.
Good Condition.



Price: $240.00
Stock Number: W545


An Edwardian Sterling Silver Babies Rattle Formed As A Whistle With Rattles; Composition Teething Ring.
Birmingham 1902,
Crisford & Norris.
Well Used Damaged Conditon, Lacks One Bell, Lacks Teether.



Price: $40.00
Stock Number: W547


An Edwardian Sterling Silver Circular Stud Box And Slip On Cover With Green Stone Cabochon.
London 1903,
Charles Asprey And George Asprey, With Further Asprey Retailers Marks.
60mm Diameter
Weight : 40 Grams
Asprey, founded in 1781 by William Asprey, was originally based in Mitcham, Surrey until the company moved into its current New Bond Street premises.

From its central London location, Asprey advertised ‘articles of exclusive design and high quality', whether for personal adornment or personal accompaniment and to endow with richness and beauty the table and homes of people of refinement and discernment.


Price: $240.00
Stock Number: W539


A Good Edwardian Engraved And Pierced Sterling Silver Foliate Nurses Two Section Buckle.
Birmingham 1908,
Adie & Lovekin Ltd.
Weight : 35 Grams



Price: $340.00
Stock Number: W543


A Victorian Sterling Silver Ponce Pot With Finial, Pierced Domed Cover, Engraved Baluster Body, Pedestal And Circular Base.
London 1849,
Maker Not Identified.
Good Condition.
Weight : 74 Grams



Price: $280.00
Stock Number: W532


A 19thC Dutch Silver Hinged Oval Snuff Box, The Cover Repousse With A Naked Figure Emblematic Of Fecundity Surrounded By Naked Figures, The Sides With Alternating Panels Of A Pipe Smoker And A Putto.
Extensive Dutch Hallmarks Together With Further English Import Marks For Sheffield 1898.
60mm Wide x 55mm Deep x 39mm High.
Weight : 58 Grams





Price: $380.00
Stock Number: W533


A Good Victorian Provincial Sterling Silver Long Caddy Spoon With Scallop Shape Bowl.
Newcastle 1856,
William Lister & Sons.
97mm Long.
Weight : 10 Grams



Price: $280.00
Stock Number: W507


A Good George IV Sterling Silver Caddy Spoon With Rectangular Scalloped Bowl Prick Engraved With Lozenge And Foliate Work, The Fiddle Handle Further Engraved.
Birmingham 1828,
Joseph Carnell.
72mm Long
Excellent Condition.
Weight : 5 Grams



Price: $260.00
Stock Number: W508


A Good George III Scottish Sterling Silver Long Caddy Spoon With Engraved Shovel Shape Bowl And Plain Handle Monogramed "A."
Edinburgh 1805,
John Zeigler.
95mm Long.
Good Condition.
Weight : 9 Grams





Price: $260.00
Stock Number: W510


A Very Good Quality Cased Pair Of Weighty Cast Sterling Silver Grape Scissors Decorated In High Relief With Fruiting Vine.
Sheffield 1890,
Maker Not Identified,
The Case Marked For Mappin & Webb.
Weight : 124 Grams




Price: $480.00
Stock Number: W416


A 20thC EPNS Caddy Spoon With Plain Bowl And Scroll Terminal.
70mm Long.



Price: $5.00
Stock Number: W515


An Unusual George V Sterling Silver Vesta Mounted With A 9 Carat Gold Monogramed Shield And Gold Flower Heads; The Shield Stamped "9CT."
Birmingham 1920,
Smith & Bartlam.
Excellent Condition.
Weight : 29 Grams




Price: $185.00
Stock Number: W520


An Impressive Georgian Style Sterling Silver Caster With Pierced Domed Cover, Flame Finial And Fluted Lower Half On Square Base.
Birmingham 1929,
Makers Mark Rubbed.
Weight : 167 Grams




Price: $420.00
Stock Number: W425


A Pair Of Small Victorian Adam Revival Sterling Silver Candlesticks With Detatchable Nozzles, Tapring Square Section Stems Decorated With Rams Heads And Ribbon Tied Wreaths, The Chamfered Square Bases With Classical Urns.
Sheffield 1898,
Possibly W Leuchars.
161mm High.
Loaded. A Few Small Dings Here And There, Decorative Functional Candlesticks.




Price: $1,250.00
Stock Number: V381


An Attractive Pair Of Victorian Sterling Silver Oval Octafoil Bon Bon Dishes With High Relief Ornament Of Flowering Foliage.
One Hallmarked On The Rim For:
Birmingham 1893,
William Comyns,
The Other In The Bowl For:
London 1890,
William Comyns,
Both Marked On The Rim With Retailers Marks For "Hardy Bros Sydney."
Total Weight : 203 Grams.




Price: $480.00
Stock Number: W496


A Handsome Edwardian Georgian Style Sterling Silver Coffee Pot With Finial, Gardrooned Edges, Acanthus Capped Spout And Ebony Double Scroll Handle.
London 1901,
Maker JP Not Identified.
Excellent Condition
Weight : 838 Grams All In




Price: $1,850.00
Stock Number: W412


A Brilliant Pair Of Sterling Silver Old English Basting Spoons, Monogramed GJM.
London 1805,
Richard Crossley.
Weight : 251 Grams.
305mm Long.
An Exceptional Pair In Immaculate Condition - Look At The Bowl Tips, Not An Iota Of Wear After 210 Years! These Are Great For Buffet Style Meals - One For The Curry And One For The Rice.





Price: $850.00
Stock Number: W347


A Decorative Eastern Silver Menu Holder Modelled As A Peacock On Domed Base.
115mm High.
Circa 1920.
Nicely Modelled, Excellent Condition.




Price: $125.00
Stock Number: V603


A Good Victorian Sterling Silver Hinged Rectangular Card Case With All Over Scrolling Foliage, Circular Cartouche Monogramed "JN."
Birmingham 1913,
Bernard Cuzner.
93mm x 67mm
Weight : 61 Grams.
Excellent Condition.




Price: $320.00
Stock Number: W349


A Late Victorian Hammered Sterling Silver Hinged Card Case.
Birmingham 1897,
William Neale.
Weight : 64 Grams.
Good Condition.





Price: $240.00
Stock Number: W350


An Edwardian Sterling Silver Hip Shape Tobacco Box With Near Flush Hinged Cover Decorated With Scroll Work
Birmingham 1903,
J Wilmot.
Weight : 63 Grams.
Good Colour, Good Marks, The Reverse With Dings.




Price: $280.00
Stock Number: W352


An Edwardian Cut Crystal Smelling Salts Bottle And Original Stopper, The Screw On Sterling Silver Cover With Scrolling Foliage; Retains Original Salts.
Birmingham 1910,
William Vale & Sons.
71mm High.
The Bottle In Excellent Condition, The Cover With A Few Minor Wrinkles.




Price: $185.00
Stock Number: W363


A Stylish George V Sterling Silver And Pink Enamel Scent Bottle With Hinged Cover, Original Stopper, Engine Turning, Bevelled Edge And Cut Crystal Flattened Oviform Body.
Birmingham 1936,
David Moss & Co.
102mm High x 87mm Wide.
Excellent Condition.




Price: $360.00
Stock Number: W371


A George V Sterling Silver And Tortoiseshell Hand Mirror With Inlaid Piquet Scrolling Harebell Ornament, Stamped "Guaranteed Tortoiseshell."
Birmingham 1923,
Walker & Hall.
287mm Long.
Good Condition





Price: $450.00
Stock Number: W374


An Excellent George III Sterling Silver Helmet Shape Cream Jug With Reeded Rim, Strap Handle, A Band Of Bright Cut Acorn Leaf Engraving And Engraved Monograme Within A Leaf Garland Cartouche.
London 1800,
Robert & David Hennell.
Weight : 142 Grams.
99mm High To Top Of Handle.
Excellent Conditon, Nice Clear Hallmarks Under The Spout, The Most Satisfying Cream Jug Shape Of Them All And By A Top London Maker. What More Could One Want?





Price: $750.00
Stock Number: W343


A George V Sterling Silver And Tortoiseshell Smelling Salts Bottle With Screw Cover, Original Stopper And Inlaid Piquet Ribbon Tied Harebell Wreath.
Indecipherable Marks,
London Circa 1925.
Stamped Retailers Marks "Lund London EC."
66mm High




Price: $220.00
Stock Number: W377


 A Good Early 20thC Spire Shape Cut Crystal Scent Bottle And Stopper With Wide Sterling Silver Collar And Faceted Hexagonal Stopper.
Chester, Probably 1913,
S Blankansee & Sons Ltd.
188mm High.
Excellent Condition.




Price: $220.00
Stock Number: W390


A Victorian Sterling Silver Narrow Hip Flask With Bayonet Fitting.
Sheffield 1895,
Makers Mark Rubbed.
140mm x 70mm.
Marks Rubbed, Good Condition.
Weight : 124 Grams





Price: $480.00
Stock Number: W398


A Good Late 19thC German, Hanau, Sterling Silver Snuff Box Of Rococo Scroll Shape, The Hinged Cover Decorated In Relief With Characters Of Classical Inspiration, Possibly Derived From An Old Master Painting, Featuring A Scantily Draped Lady And A Soldier About To Unsheath His Sword.
Berthold Muller Marks,
Circa 1890.
Weight : 105 Grams.
89mm x 79mm.
Excellent Condition.





Price: $650.00
Stock Number: W357


A Small Pair Of Monogrammed Sterling Silver Circular Ashtrays.
Birmingham 1921,
Adie Brothers Ltd.
858mm Diameter,
Weight : 93 Grams.
Excellent Condition.



Price: $120.00
Stock Number: V264


A Rare Small George III Sterling Silver Baluster Mug With Rolled Edge And Acanthus Capped Double Scroll Handle.
London 1785,
Samuel Merton II.
73mm High.
Weight : 75 Grams.
Quite A Few Dings, Pierced At The Bottom Of The Handle.





Price: $250.00
Stock Number: W345


A Good Edwardian Sterling Silver Hinged Shaped Cigar Case For Four Cigars, Bearing A Presentation Inscription:
"From Mr & Mrs W Pardoe
To H Pennington Esq 1911."
Chester 1906,
Samuel M Levi.
Weight : 146 Grams.
132mm x 80mm
Excellent Condition, Good Crisp Clasp, Lacks Internal Ribbon.





Price: $450.00
Stock Number: W339


A Good Victorian Sterling Silver Circular Waiter With Shaped Piecrust Edge With Cast Scrolling Foliage, Engraved Scrolling Foliage, Engraved Armorial Of An Arm With A Dagger And Motto 'Virtute Et Numine" - "By Valour And Divine Aid," And Cast Scroll Feet.
London 1842,
Charles T Fox & George Fox.
Excellent Condition
Weight : 467 Grams.




Price: $1,450.00
Stock Number: V472


A Good Quality Queen Elizabeth II Sterling Silver Nurses Buckle Cast With Maskes And Naked Putti Amongst Pierced Scrollwork.
Birmingham 1973,
Deakin & Francis.
Quite Weighty At 79 Grams.
Excellent Condition




Price: $280.00
Stock Number: V463


A Most Attractive George V Early 20thC Sterling Silver Epergne With Central Stem And 3 Side Stems All Modelled As Tulips With Shaped Rims, On Domed And Weighted Circular Base; All Stems Detatch For Ease Of Cleaning.
253mm High.
Chester 1913,
Possibly James William Benson, Who Is Listed As A London Silversmith But May Have Had Chester Workshops As Well?
Excellent Condition.





Price: $850.00
Stock Number: V659


An Edwardian Sterling Silver Childs Rattle With Suspension Ring, 2 Bells, Whistle And Mother Of Pearl Teether.
105mm Long
Birmingham 1905,
Crisford & Norris.
Good Condition.





Price: $340.00
Stock Number: V622


A Good Edwardian Asprey Sterling Silver Circular Dressing Table Box With Piquet Work Tortoiseshell Cover.
London 1910 With Engraved Asprey Mark.
65mm Diameter x 32mm High.
Good Condition.



Price: $320.00
Stock Number: V515





A George III Sterling Silver Old English Pattern Basting Spoon With Engraved Monogram.
London 1794,
Peter & Ann Bateman.
The bowl a little worn.



Price: $280.00

Stock Number: R325

A Good William IV Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Basting Spoon With Engraved Armorial.
London 1836,
John, Henry & Charles Lias
A Weighty Spoon At 165 grams
305mm Long.
Excellent Condition.


Price: $420.00
Stock Number: T495

A Gorgeous George III Sterling Silver Feather Edge Old English Basting Spoon; Monogrammed And Dated 1793; Bottom Marked.
London 1779,
William Cattell.
Weight : 75 grams
Excellent Condition.


Price: $585.00
Stock Number: T443

An Early Victorian Sterling Silver Fiddle Thread And Shell Basting Spoon With Engraved Bird Armorial.
Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater
London 1842.
At 200 Grams Heavy Gauge.
A Fabulous Serving Spoon In Excellent Condition.



Price: $680.00
Stock Number: T128

An 18thC George III Sterling Silver Old English Pattern Basting Spoon.
Bottom marks indecipherable,
London Circa 1765.
Critical consideration - state of bowl - excellent.


Price: $420.00
Stock Number: N671

A William IV Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Basting Spoon, monogrammed "JM" "B."
London 1833,
Adey Joseph II & Albert Savory.
Good condition.


Price: $520.00
Stock Number: P67

A George III Sterling Silver Old English Pattern Basting Spoon,
initialled FJJ?
London 1800,
J Lambe.
Good condition.


Price: $525.00
Stock Number: P71

A Fine Pair Of William IV Sterling Silver Oblong Entrée Dishes And Covers With Gadrooned Borders, Canted Corners, Raised Flat Topped Cushion Covers With Bayonet Fittings And Leaf And Scroll Handles On Matching Shaped Gadroon Mounted Grounds; Each Cover Engraved Once With Initials And Coronet.

London 1831,

Robert Garrard & Brothers.

Retailers Mark For “Garrards Panton Street London.”

Weight : 120 ounces, 3727 Grams

Dimensions : 11 ½ x 8 5/8Inches; 284mm x 220mm.

Excellent Condition; Excellent Patina.

 Garrard Insurance Valuation For 10,200 Sterling, Dated 5 October, 2005.




Price: $15.750.00
Stock Number: CD563

A Fine George III Sterling Silver Oval Meat Dish With Gadrooned Border, Engraved Coat Of Arms, Quartered Shield, Supporters, Coronet And Motto “Sero Sed Serio,” – Slow But Sure Together With An Engraved Badge Of The Most Ancient And Most Noble Order Of The Thistle.

London 1800,

Makers Mark Rubbed, Possibly William Burwash Or William Sloane.

Weight : 28 ounces, 866 Grams

Dimensions : 13 x 9 3/8 Inches; 330mm x 239mm

Excellent Condition, Excellent Patina.


The Full Armorial Bearings – Quartered Shield, Supporters, Coronet Of A Marquess And Motto “Sero Sed Serio” – Slow But Sure, As Borne By The Marquesses Of Lothian. The Shield Is Quartered, The First And Fourth Quarters Being For The Lothian Peerage And The Second And Third For The Lordship Of Jedburgh, Created 1622.


The Badge Of The Most Ancient And Most Noble Order Of The Thistle i.e. A Representation Of St Andrew Holding His Cross Within An Oval Band Inscribed With The Order’s Motto “Nemo Me Impune Lacesset (sic – Should Read “Lacessit”) – No One Provokes Me With Impunity. The Badge Is Incorporated Into The Design Of Several Military Badges.


This Dish Is Contemporary With William John Kerr, 5th Marquess Of Lothian Who Was Born On 13 March 1737. He Succeeded To The Marquessate On 12 April 1775, Was Appointed A Knight Of The Order Of The Thistle On 11 October 1776, Served As A Representative Peer 1778-1790, General In The Army And Colonel Of The 11th Dragoons. He Married On 15 July 1762 Elizabeth (Died 1780) Only Daughter Of Chichester Fortescue, Of Dromisken, County Louth, And A Granddaughter Of Richard Wesley (Wellesley), 1st Lord Mornington (1735-1758) And A Cousin Of Arthur Wellesley Who Later Became The First Duke Of Wellington (1769-1852). He Died On 4 January 1815.


His Third Son Was Vice-Admiral Lord Mark Robert Kerr (1776-1840) Who On 18 July 1799 Married Charlotte, Countess Of Antrim In Her Own Right (1779-1835).


This Dish May Have Been A Wedding Gift To Lord Mark And The Countess Of Antrim.





Price: $5500.00
Stock Number: CD564


A Fine Victorian Sterling Silver Shaped Oval Meat Dish With Gadrooned Border, Engraved Coat Of Arms, Coronet, Supporters And Motto “Virtus In Arduis,” -  Courage In Difficulties, Or, Valour In Dangers

London 1864,

Robert Garrard For R&S Garrard & Co.

Retailers Mark For “Garrards Panton Street London.”

Weight : 36 Ounces, 1120 Grams.

Dimensions : 15 ¼ x 12 Inches; 386mm x 205mm

Excellent Condition, Excellent Patina.


The Full Armorial Bearings (Shield, Supporters, Baron’s Coronet And Motto “Virtus In Arduis, Courage In Difficulties, As Borne By The Baring Family Created Baron Ashburton, Of Ashburton, Devon, On 10 April, 1835.


Francis Baring, 3rd Baron (1800-1868) Succeeded To The Title On 23 March 1864. He Had Previously Served As The MP For Thetford. He Died On 6 September 1868 And His Eldest Son Alexander Hugh Succeeded As 4th Baron. Alexander Hugh Baring, Born 1835, Was A MA, DL And Served As A MP For Thetford 1857-67. He Died On 18 July 1889. On 5 January 1864 He Married Leonora Caroline, Second Daughter Of Edward St Vincent, 9th Lord Digby.


This Meat Dish May Have Been An 1864 Wedding Gift From The 3rd Lord Ashburton To His Heir.


Garrard Insurance Valuation For 5,000 Sterling, Dated 5 October, 2005.




Price: $5,750.00
Stock Number: CD565


A Fine Pair Of George III Sterling Silver Plain Oval Meat Dishes With Beaded Rims And To The Borders A Plain Engraved Crest Of An Oak Tree, Coronet And Motto “Through.”

London 1800,

John Wakelin And Robert Garrard 1

Weight : 98 Ounces, 3048 Grams

Dimensions : 18 x 13 ½ Inches; 456mm x 343mm

Excellent Condition; Excellent Patina.


The Armorial Crest – Out Of A Ducal Coronet And Oak Tree Fructed And Penetrated Transversely In The Main Stem By A Frame Saw, The Blade Inscribed With The Word “Through.”

The Crest Is Borne By A Number Of Families Of Hamilton, Including The Dukes Of Hamilton And Brandon, And Of Abercorn, And Other Titled Families. Without Other Supporting Evidence It Is Impossible To Identify The Specific Owner Of This Crest.


Garrard Insurance Valuation For 9,500 Sterling, Dated 5 October, 2005.





Price:  $15,250.00 the pair
Stock Number: CD566


A Fine And Extensive George IV Sterling Silver 14 Place Setting Armorial Fiddle Pattern Canteen, Engraved With A Heraldic Crest Of A Tower, Comprising:

 16 Soup Spoons,

11 x London 1822,

1 x London 1821,

William Chawner,

Weight : 806 Grams,

Period Crests.

4 x London 1822,

William Chawner,

Identical Later Engraved Crests,

Weight : 282 Grams.


15  Dessert Spoons,

12 x London 1822,

William Chawner,

Weight : 484  Grams,

Period Crests.

3 x London 1822,

William Chawner,

Weight : 124 Grams,

Identical Later Engraved Crests.


17 Table Forks,

          12 x London 1822,

          William Chawner,

          Weight : 759 Grams,

          Period Crests.

          5 x London 1822,

          William Chawner,

          Weight : 323 Grams,

          Identical Later Engraved Crests.


14 Dessert Forks,

          12 x London 1822,

          William Chawner,

          Weight : 441 Grams,

          Period Crests.

          2 x London -  1 x1822, 1x1824

          William Chawner,

          Weight : 70 Grams

          Identical Later Engraved Crests.


14 Teaspoons,

          12 x London 1822,

          William Chawner,

          Weight : 270 Grams,

          Period Crests.

          2 x London – 1 x 1822, 1 x 1824

          William Chawner,

          Weight : 47 Grams,

          Identical Later Engraved Crests.


4 Salt Spoons,

          London 1822,

          William Chawner,

          Weight : 57 Grams,

          Period Crests.


1 Soup Ladle

          London 1822,

          William Chawner,

          Weight : 219 Grams,

          Period Crest.


2 Basting Spoons,

          London 1822,

          William Chawner,

          Weight : 259 Grams,

          Period Crests.


2 Sauce Ladles,

          London 1822,

          William Chawner,

          Weight : 137 Grams,

          Period Crests.


1 Fish Slice,

          London 1821,

          William Chawner,

          Weight : 133 Grams

          Period Crest.


Total Number, Excluding Knives, 86 Pieces.


Total Weight : 142 Ounces, 4411 Grams


Together With


14 x Table Knives,

Sheffield 1997,

          Maker TS Not Traced,             

          Stainless Steel Blades,

          Pristine Unused Condition.


14 x Entrée Knives,

          Sheffield 1997,

          Maker TS Not Traced,

          Stainless Steel Blades,

          Pristine Unused Condition.


The Whole In Edwardian Walker & Hall Mahogany Box With Vacant Brass Escutcheon, Heavy Duty Military Style Brass Recessed Handles, Brass Piano Style Hinges, 2 Panel Doors And 4 Drawers 3 Of Which Are Fitted; Inset Walker & Hall Brass Plaque.

530 Wide x 400mm Deep x 348mm High.




















Price: $18,750.00
Stock Number: CD567


A Spectacular Pair Of Victorian Campana Shape EPNS 2 Handle Wine Coolers With Original Liners, Applied Reeded Foliate Rims, Acanthus Handle Terminals, Cast High Relief Acanthus Lower Halves And Circular Reeded Foliate Bases.
254mm High.
Circa 1900.
Quality, Large, Weighty And Really Decorative.
Excellent Condition.



Stock Number: T704

A Rare George III Plain Oval Sterling Silver Tea Caddy With Urn Form Finial, Flat Lid, Flush Hinge, Lock And Engraved Armorial Of A Griffin Within A Leaf Framed Cartouche.
London 1784,
Charles Aldridge & Henry Green.
Good Clear Hallmarks.
Weight 365 Grams.
Crucially There Is No Damage To The Lock Or The Area Of Silver Surrounding The Lock - A Common Defect In Georgian Caddys.



Price: $2,850.00

Stock Number: CD501

An Important New Zealand, Nelson, Interest Victorian sterling silver Georgian style baluster pint mug with acanthus capped double scroll handle, engraved scrollwork and engraved presentation inscription:
"Herbert Evelyn Curtis From Alfred Fell."
London 1869,
Edward Charles Brown.
128mm high.
A superb mug with significant Nelson interest.




Price: $1,650.00
Stock Number: N340

A Highly Decorative Pair Of Victorian EPNS Goblets With Waisted Bulbous Bowls, Tall Stems And Domed Circular Feet.
214mm High.
Stamped Makers Marks For Thomas Latham & Ernest Morton.
Circa 1860.



Price: $365.00
Stock Number: T91

An Edwardian Georgian Style Sterling Silver Pedestal Helmet Shape Cream Jug With Reeded Edge And Handle And Square Base.
Chester 1909.
Weight : 185 Grams



Price: $520.00

Stock Number: U7

A Stylish Early 20thC Sterling Silver Mounted Glass Claret Jug Of Christopher Dresser Inspiration With Hinged Cover, Pronounced Spout, Wide Collar And Plain Handle.
Sheffield 1913,
Atkin Brothers & Co.
195mm High.



Price: $1,450.00
Stock Number: T90

An Early 20thC Chinese Sterling Silver Circular Bowl With Shaped Rim, Capped Double Scroll Handles, Applied Foliage And Domed Circular Foot.
151mm Across The Handles x 103mm Diameter x 79mm High To Top Of Handle x 63mm High To Top Of Bowl.
Stamped "Wing On Co Shanghai" Together With Chinese Character Mark.
Circa 1920.
Excellent Condition.




Price: $680.00
Stock Number: V258

An Excellent George IV 4 Piece Sterling Silver Melon Shape Tea And Coffee Service With Domed Covers, Melon Finials, Acanthus Capped Handles, Ivory Heat Rings, Leaf And Lobed Bodies And Raised Scroll Feet.
London 1829,
Edward I, Edward II, John L & William Barnard.
Total Weight : 2293 Grams
Teapot - 719 Grams, Coffee Pot 944 Grams, Sugar Bowl 369 Grams, Jug 261 Grams.
Excellent Condition.
These Tea Services Routinely Make 2000+ British Pounds In English Auctions. Here Is A Link To A Similar Service Being Retailed In England For 5275 Sterling

Click To See Link

At This Price Very Good Buying Indeed.







Price: $3,750.00
Stock Number: CD559

A Good Pair Of George III Sterling Silver Monogrammed Soup Spoons.
London 1792,
Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan.
Weight : 137 Grams
Good Weight, Excellent Condition, Interesting Little Flourish To The Terminal.



Price: $250.00
Stock Number: V42

A Plain Late 19thC Silver Caddy Spoon, Monogrammed "ORJ ABC."
Marks Not Identified.
Weight : 10 Grams



Price: $80.00

Stock Number: CD540

A Strange Little Sterling Silver Fork With Stylised Animal Head Handle
The Reverse Stamped "STG."
27 Grams



Price: $120.00

Stock Number: CD541

A Good Edwardian Engraved Sterling Silver Hip Shape Vesta Case: Monogrammed.
Birmingham 1902.
Weight : 21 grams


Price: $120.00

Stock Number: T698

An Edwardian EP On Copper Small Coaster With Turned Wood Base And Gadrooned Shell Rim. Perfect For A Dessert Wine.
114mm Diameter.
Excellent Condition


Price: $120.00

Stock Number: V87

An Edwardian Sterling Silver Hinged Oval Dressing Table Box On Raised Pad Feet.
Birmingham 1910,
Maker M&C Not Traced.
96mm Wide x 81mm Deep x 46mm High.
Good Condition



Price: $180.00

Stock Number: U276

A Composite Set Of 6 20thC Sterling Silver Old English Teaspoons.
4 x Sheffield 1930,
James Dixon & Sons,
2 x Sheffield 1931,
Maker Not Identified.
Good Condition.
Weight : 105 Grams


Price: $120.00

Stock Number: V66

A Pair Of Early Victorian Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Salt Spoons, Monogrammed "G."
London 1845,
George Angel.
Excellent Condition.
Weight : 60 Grams

Seen Photographed Below With V84 Pair Of Salts;
They Make a Great Pair

(Sold Separately)


Price: $240.00

Stock Number: V78

A George III Bottom Marked Sterling Silver Soup Spoon, Monogrammed "JA" Front And "A I A" The Reverse..
Marks Not Deciphered,
Circa 1780.
Not Too Bad Condition.
Weight : 62 Grams



Price: $120.00

Stock Number: V47

A George III Sterling Silver Old English Soup Spoon.
London 1802,
Solomon Hougham.
The Bowl Worn But Still Functional As A Serving Spoon.
Weight : 65 Grams


Price: $50.00

Stock Number: V54

A Set Of 4 William IV Sterling Silver Fiddle Table Forks
London 1835,
Maker Not Identified.
Good Condition.
Weight : 289 Grams


Price: $400.00

Stock Number: V68

A Good Pair Of George III Sterling Silver Monogramed Soup Spoons.
London 1792,
Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan.
Weight : 137 Grams
Good Weight, Excellent Condition, Interesting Little Flourish To The Terminal.



Price: $250.00

Stock Number: V42

An Edwardian Sterling Silver Shell Shape Hors d'oeuvres Dish On Ball Feet.
London 1903.
130mm Wide.
Weight 72 Grams.
Good Condition, Marks A Bit Rubbed.



Price: $130.00

Stock Number: V10

A Set Of 6 George V Britannia Standard Lace Back Rat Tail Teaspoons.
London 1917,
Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.
84 Grams


Price: $240.00

Stock Number: T346

A Rare Pair Of Early 19thC Anglo Indian Rectangular Sterling Silver Salts And Matching Queens Pattern Spoons, The Salts With Applied Cast Edges, Gilded Interiors, Gadrooned Lower Halves, Raised Ball Feet And Engraved Armorials Of Stags.
The Salts Stamped GG With Thistle, Ths Spoons Stamped G&Co. For George Gordon & Co., Madras.
Circa 1820.
Good Condition
282 Grams.






Price: $850.00

Stock Number: U254

Here's A Cute Little Item For The Nelsonians - A Small Circular Nelson Made Sterling Silver Dish With Everted Rim, The Reverse Engraved "JHC & MEC Silver Wedding November 12th 1980."
Stamped " L Kerr Stg Silver."
Lous Kerr Was A Nelson Silversmith Active For Most Of The 20thC.
83 Grams.



Price: $220.00

Stock Number: U252

A Set Of 6 Australian Sterling Silver Tea Spoons.
Stamped "APW Stg Silver."
Circa 1960.
Good Condition.
48 Grams.


Price: $40.00

Stock Number: U253

A Small George III Sterling Silver Oval Pill Box With Engraved Foliate Decoration.
Birmingham 1813,
Cocks & Bettridge.
Excellent Condition.


Price: $260.00

Stock Number: U263

A Sterling Silver Exmouth Medal On Suspension Ring.
Birmingham 1924,
Vaughton & Sons.
Excellent Condition.


Price: $35.00

Stock Number: U267 & U268

A George V Tortoiseshell Paper Knife With Sterling Silver Mount Incorporating A Magnifying Glass.
238mm Long
London 1927,
Weight : 38 Grams
Asprey & Co., A Top Bond Street London Store.



Price: $450.00

Stock Number: U76

A Pair Of Late Victorian Sterling Silver Shell Shape Hors D'oeuvres Dishes.
Sheffield 1900,
Martin Hall & Co.
Weight : 115 Grams


Price: $320.00

Stock Number: U86

A Good Pair Of Edwardian Sterling Silver Shell Shape Hors D'oeuvres Dishes On Ball Feet.
Sheffield 1907.
Weight : 145 Grams


Price: $320.00

Stock Number: U11

A George 1V sterling silver decanter label for Madeira.
Birmingham 1830,
Joseph Willmore.
Excellent condition


Price: $225.00

Stock Number: K379

A Sterling Silver Port Decanter Label With Foliate Edge.
London 1973


Price: $120.00

Stock Number: R383

A Plain Vermouth Sterling Silver Decanter Label.
Walker & Hall
Sheffield 1911.


Price: $140.00

Stock Number: R385

A Victorian Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Mustard Spoon; Monogramed.
London 1845,
Maker Not Identified.
Weight : 15 grams


Price: $80.00

Stock Number: T532


A Quality Set Of 4 Dressing Table Vanity Jars With Faceted Glass And Sterling Silver Slip On And Screw Covers.
London 1911, 1912,1917.
Asprey & Co., A Top London Bond Street Store.



Price: $550.00

Stock Number: U81


A Sterling Silver Capstan Shape Inkwell With Wood Base.
Birmingham 1919.
The Base 106mm Diameter.
Lacks Liner.


Price: $285.00

Stock Number: T548

A George IV Sterling Silver Fruit Knife With Notched Mother-Of-Pearl Handle, The Name Plate Monogramed.
Sheffield 1822.



Price: $140.00

Stock Number: T250

A Stylish Victorian Sterling Silver Belt Buckle Fashioned As A Series Of Roman Style Coins.
Chester 1887.
Very Versace.




Price: $225.00

Stock Number: D635

An Interesting Early Victorian Sterling Silver Archery Presentation Medal With Engraved Inscription Dated 1839.
Edinburgh marks, date rubbed.
John McKay.


Price: $280.00

Stock Number: N652

A 17th century style American sterling silver bleeding bowl with pierced handle and presentation dated 1906.
Stamped American hallmarks to underside of handle.
A good weight; useful for hors d'oeuvres or after dinner mints.


Price: $850.00

Stock Number: N137

A 19thC Indian Rectangular Silver Hinged Snuff Box Decorated In Relief With Figures In Yogi Like Positions.
47mmW x 26mmD x 20mmH
Circa 1900.
Weight : 34 grams.



Price: $120.00

Stock Number: S74

A Small George III Sterling Silver Hip Shape Hinged Snuff Box With Gilded Interior.
Birmingham 1809,
Joseph Willmore.
Nice flush hinge with crisp action.
Weight : 18 grams.


Price: $260.00

Stock Number: S75

A 19th Century Russian Niello Silver Hinged Rectangular Snuff Box Featuring A Couple Before Buildings.
Stamped "84" mark to rim.
The Cover Slightly Damaged
Circa 1860.
86mmW x 60mmD
Weight : 106 grams.



Price: $350.00

Stock Number: S104


A Late 19thC Anglo-Indian EPNS 4 Piece Tea Service With Ivory Heat Rings,
Flat Covers With Finials And Oviform Bodys Decorated In Relief With Signs Of The Zodiac.





Price: $350.00

Stock Number: U65



  A Pair Of George III Sterling Silver Teaspoons, Converted And Gilded In Victorian Times To Form Berry Spoons.
Circa 1790.
Several Candidates For The Makers Mark Of WW.
Weight : 25 grams


Price: $160.00

Stock Number: T538




  A Decorative Set Of 8 Edwardian Sterling Silver Teaspoons With Die Struck Handles Featuring A Lady In A Long Gown Clutching A Floral Garland, The Reverse With An Unfurled Banner.
London 1908,
William Comyns & Sons Ltd.
With Registration Number -
RD 355259
Weight : 180 Grams



Price: $340.00

Stock Number: T684




  A Late Victorian Sterling Silver Cream Jug And Sugar Bowl Set With Plain Reeded Handles And Fluted Lower Halves.
Chester 1901,
J Millward Banks & Co.
The Sugar Bowl 134mm Wide Across The Handles.
Weight : 185 Grams
Excellent Conditon.



Price: $350.00

Stock Number: T680





An Edwardian Ribbed Glass Match Holder With Sterling Silver Top.
Birmingham 1909.
55mm High.



Price: $120.00

Stock Number: T632

A Cased Set Of 6 Sterling Silver Cake Forks, Probably Australian.
Stamped STG SILVER and APW.
Circa 1950
Weight : 80 grams


Price: $120.00
Stock Number: T540

A Good Substantial Edwardian Sterling Silver Hip Shape Cigar Case With All Over Engraved Scroll Work And Blank Cartouche.
Birmingham 1902.
Weight : 160 grams
118mm x 85mm



Price: $280.00
Stock Number: T494

An Unusual Victorian Tall Cylindrical Cut Glass Patent Sauce Bottle With Sterling Silver Hinged Domed Cover With Glass Stopper And Scroll Handle.
London 1881,
Maker LD Not Traced.



Price: $380.00
Stock Number: T524

A Stylish EPNS Art Nouveau 2 Section Belt Buckle Set With Turquoise Glass Cabochons.
Small Chip To One Cabochon.
77mm Wide.
Circa 1900.



Price: $250.00
Stock Number: T453

A Charming Set Of 3 George V Sterling Silver And Mother-Of-Pearl Small Knives And Forks.
Sheffield 1911,
James Deakin & Sons.
Excellent Condition. $80 per pair or $200 the lot.



Price: $200.00
Stock Number: T455

A George III Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Sauce Ladle; Monogrammed JEG
Exeter 1819,
George Ferris.
Weight : 55 grams
Excellent Condition.


Price: $180
Stock Number: T447

A Set Of 6 Victorian Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Monogrammed Dessert Forks.
Exeter 1844,
William R Sobey.
Weight : 320 grams
Excellent Condition.


Price: $600
Stock Number: T450


A Slender Early 20thC Sterling Silver Old English Pattern Salt Spoon.
Birmingham 1915.
Weight : 5 grams



Price: $25.00
Stock Number: T96

A Massive 19thC Scottish Sterling Silver Quaich Of Typical Form With Engraved Lug Handles, Stave Sides, Bands Of Scrollwork And Raised Foot.
Edinburgh 1883,
J Crichton & Co.
Weight :804 grams
Presentation Inscription Of Highland Dancing Interest.



Price: $2,250.00
Stock Number: T87


A Victorian Sterling Silver Kings Pattern Sifter Ladle With Gilded Bowl.
London 1890,
Maker WC JL Not Identified.
Weight : 70 grams.



Price: $280.00
Stock Number: T37

An impressive George V sterling silver bollard shape inkwell awarded to "Diane, Royal Yacht Squadron, 1932," with Benzie, Cowes, retailers mark; ceramic liner.
London, circa 1930.



Price: $375.00
Stock Number: CD240

A George III Sterling Silver Pear Shape Cream Jug With Punched Borders And Acanthus Capped Double Scroll Handle.
London 1774,
Nathaniel Appelton & Ann Smith
Good clear marks.
97mm High.
Weight : 75 grams


Price: $595.00
Stock Number: CD281

A George III Early 19th Century Sterling Silver Rectangular Cream Jug With Acanthus Capped Handle, Generous Spout, Fluted Body And Ball Feet.
London 1814,
Thomas Holland II.


Price: $450.00
Stock Number: R131



A Gorgeous William 1V Sterling Silver Goblet With Monogramed Parcel Gilt Bowl, Plain Stem And Domed Circular Foot.
171mm High.
Sheffield 1833,
Hawksworth Eyre & Co Ltd.
Lovely patina, excellent condition.


Price: $850.00
Stock Number: R581


A George III Sterling Silver And Composition Serving Trowel; monogrammed.
Not marked, circa 1800



Price: $320.00
Stock Number: R275



A 19th Century Silver Two Prong Fork With Long Turned Ebony Handle.
263mm long.
Unidentified stamped marks.


Price: $180.00
Stock Number: R368


A Mid 18th Century Sterling Silver Baluster Cream Jug With Double Scroll Handle And Chased Decoration Of Birds, Rococco Scrollwork And Vacant Rococco Cartouche.
Indecipherable Marks, Circa 1760.
Engraved Owners Initials For "AP."
84mm High.



Price: $780.00
Stock Number Q321

A small Sterling Silver cream jug elaborately embossed.
Birmingham 1904.
William Davenport.



Price: $480.00
Stock Number: H837

A Georgian style sterling silver baluster cream jug with acanthus capped handle and pad feet.
Birmingham 1922.
81mm high



Price: $420.00
Stock Number: K399

An Attractive Late Victorian Sterling Silver Circular Dish engraved with fruiting foliage; scalloped rim and ball feet.
152mm diameter.
Sheffield 1892


Price: $265.00
Stock Number: N706

A Late Victorian EPNS Tea Caddy With Hinged Cover And Vacant Engraved Shield Shape Cartouche.
71mm high.


Price: $160.00
Stock Number: H302

A Sterling Silver Quaich; Inscribed "James Ashton Wilson, 1941."
London 1907.



Price: $280.00
Stock Number: K55

An Excellent Pair Of Regency Sheffield Plate Shaped Rectangular Entrée Dishes With Cast Detachable Handles, Rolled Edges And Gadrooned Rims.
290mm x 225mm
Circa 1825.


Price: $1,250.00
Stock Number: CD96

A large and very handsome Electro Plated fiddle pattern ladle.
monogrammed G.R.G.
Circa 1900.
320mm Long.


Price: $175.00
Stock Number: N122


A George IV Sterling Silver Rectangular Engine Turned Snuff Box With Applied Cast Rim; Monogrammed "EA."
London 1823,
Thomas Edwards.


Price: $580.00
Stock Number P225


A Most Interesting Cased Sterling Silver Mounted Ebony Baton Inscribed "To Brother HF Davie From Dunedin Orphans Club 25/5/15."
London 1914.



Price: $785.00
Stock Number CD138


A small early 19th century Sheffield Plate card tray with shaped rim, engraved scrollwork, engraved armorial and raised feet.

Price: $385.00
Stock Number CD109


A nice set of 4 George III sterling silver Old English teaspoons; monogrammed "WTA."
London 1807,
Peter & William Bateman


Price: $225.00
Stock Number CD105


A pair of early 19thC Continental silver campaign folding spoon & fork set.
Possibly French.
Circa 1820.

Price: $350.00
Stock Number H21

  A Good Quality Late Victorian Georgian Style Sterling Silver Sauceboat With Gadrooned Rim, Double Scroll Handle And Cast Shell Feet; interesting inscription of Dublin interest.
London 1896.
Weighty at 12 troy ounces


Price: $1,250.00
Stock Number: CD97

  A Victorian Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Sifter Ladle.
Exeter 1846,
John Stone.

Price: $240.00
Stock Number: P275

  A late Victorian Staniforth's Patent plated biscuit warmer, with lobed covers revealing pierced liners & cast twig handles;
Engraved muzzled bear crest.
205mm wide by 235mm high.



Price: $950.00
Stock Number: N317


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