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Antique Georgian sterling silver pair of large George II sauce or gravy boats, having plain baluster bodies, with Chippendale borders, cast scroll handles, and sitting on three unusual shell-style cast feet. Made by William Cripps of London in 1746. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver sauce boats are length 21 cms (8.25 inches), width 11.5 cms (4.5 inches), height 10 cms (4 inches), and they weigh a total of 713g (23 troy ounces).

4,695

A very handsome Neoclassical style Antique Georgian Sterling Silver teapot in a Bachelor size for two people, having a very plain oval straight-sided body, a straight tapering spout, a wooden scroll handle and round finial, an invisibly hinged flat lid, and all sitting on a flat base. Made by Charles Aldridge and Henry Green of London in 1780. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver bachelor teapot are length 23 cms (9 inches), height 12 cms (4.75 inches), and it weighs approx. 310g (31 troy ounces).

1,475

A handsome Sterling Silver teapot, in a plain oval  bellied style, having a hinged domed lid with a  wooden finial, a wooden insulated handle, a plain curved spout, and all sitting on a collet foot. Made by Henry Stratford of Sheffield in 1922. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver teapot are height 15 cms (6 inches), length 26.5 cms (10 inches), and it weighs approx. 395g (12.7 troy ounces).

645

Antique Victorian sterling silver four-piece tea and coffee service, consisting of a coffee pot, tea pot, sugar bowl, and cream jug, having octagonal panelled bodies with hand-engraved floral decoration, hinged lids with finials, and insulated silver handles. Made by William Kerr Reid of London in 1850. Height of coffee pot 25 cms (10 inches), length of teapot 23.5 cms (9.25 inches). Total weight approx. 1,740g (56 troy ounces).

5,975

A very handsome Antique Victorian Sterling Silver and hand-cut crystal claret jug, having a plain oval mount, a hinged flat lid with scroll finial, a plain scroll handle with thumb-piece, together with a hand-cut Hobnail pattern oval body with straight tapering sides, and with a star-cut flat base. Made by William Hutton and Sons of London in 1900. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver and crystal claret jug are height 27 cms (10.75 inches), and length 16.5 cms (6.5 inches).

1,285

An Art Deco style Silver Plated asparagus serving set, having a plain elongated octagonal body, with an applied reeded border and two cast side-handles, a wire-work serving rack, a sauce boat sat in a frame with loop handle, a pair of asparagus server tongs, and all sitting on a flat base. All pieces are original and were made in England, circa 1930. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver-plated Art Deco asparagus serving set are length 32.5 cms (12.75 inches), and width, 20 cms (8 inches).

395

An Antique Georgian Sterling Silver fish server slice, in the plain Fiddle pattern, having a hand-pierced asymmetrical and curved blade, and a hand-engraved reeded border. Made by William Knight of London in 1825. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver fish serving slice are length 30 cms (11.75 inches), and it weighs approx. 154g (5 troy ounces).

345

A Sterling Silver large pair of cast pheasants, showing a male and female bird in realistic traditional poses, finely detailed with hand-chased bodies and tail feathers. Made by C. J. Vanders of London in 2000. The dimensions of these fine hand-made sterling silver pheasants are length of male bird 28 cms (11 inches), height 17 cms (6.75 inches), and they weigh a total approx. 1,945g (63 troy ounces).

3,875

An Antique Georgian Sterling Silver pair of table candlesticks, in a Neoclassical style having square bases with bead borders, hand-chased floral swags and male head motifs, the columns in a bound palm-tree style with frond capitals, and removable nozzles. Made by John Cox of London in 1771. The dimensions of these fine antique silver candlesticks are height 32 cms (12.5 inches), bases 12.5 cms (5 inches) square. Please note that these candlesticks are crested.

4,575

An Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver heavy Arts and Crafts style trophy cup, having a plain round baluster body, with three cast loop side-handles, and sitting on a pedestal foot. Made by David Samuels of Birmingham in 1909. The dimensions of this fine antique silver trophy cup are height 25.5 cms (10 inches), width across handles 20 cms (8 inches), and it weighs approx. 1,016g (32.8 troy ounces).

1,645

A very pretty Antique Victorian Sterling Silver cream jug, in a George I style with a round bellied body having a band of hand-engraved floral decoration below an applied reeded top border, a scroll handle with acanthus leaf thumb-piece and a sparrow-beak spout, and sitting on a collet foot. Made by Joseph & Edward Bradbury of London in 1876. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver cream jug are height 8 cms (3.25 inches), length 8 cms (3 inches), and it weighs approx. 106g (3.4 troy ounces). Please note that this item is crested.

295

A Sterling Silver sauce boat or gravy boat, having a plain baluster body, with an applied gadroon border, a cast flying scroll handle, and sitting on three cast shell feet. Made by Charles Stuart Harris of London in 1920. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver gravy or sauce boat are length 15 cms (6 inches), width 8.5 cms (3.3 inches), height 10 cms (4 inches), and it weighs approx. 193g (6.2 troy ounces).

395



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