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An Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver and mother-of-pearl handled fruit set for twelve people. Having straight-sided rounded-end blade knives, and four-prong forks, with hand-engraved floral decoration, and reed-work ferrules, all fitted into an original presentation box with dark blue velvet interior. Made by George Hancock of Sheffield in 1908. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver fruit service are length of knife 19 cms (7.5 inches), and the length of the fork 15 cms (6 inches).

1,475

An Antique Victorian Silver Plated revolving top butter dish, having a hand-chased oval body with fluted decoration and bead-edged border, a frosted glass removable internal liner, and sitting on four cast lions paw feet. All made by Alexander Clark & Co., in ca. 1890. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver-plated butter dish are length 22 cms (8.75 inches), height 14 cms (5.5 inches), and width 15 cms (6 inches).

275

An Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver four-piece tea and coffee set in a Regency style, having rectangular baluster bodies, with hand-chased half-fluted decoration and applied gadroon borders, with insulated silver handles and bone finials, all sitting on four round cushion feet. Made by William Aitken of Birmingham in 1908. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver tea and coffee service are length of teapot 26 cms (10.25 inches), height of coffee pot 23 cms (9 inches), and the total weight is approx. 1,760g (56.8 troy ounces).

2,485

A Sterling Silver Art Deco dish, having a rectangular body with hand-chased reeded decoration, an applied floral border together with two hand-cut stepped bone handles, and sitting on four flanged feet. Made by George Bryan and Co., of Birmingham in 1938. The dimensions of this fine hand-made Art Deco silver serving dish are length 32 cms (12.5 inches), width 16.5 cms (6.5 inches), height 6.5 cms (2.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 620g (20 troy ounces).

1,450

Antique Victorian sterling silver oval two-handled tea tray, having a plain ground, with swirl-fluted border and applied gadroon edge, all sitting on a flat base. This very handsome silver tray was made by Henry Holland of Sheffield in 1888. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver tray are length 46 cms (18 inches), width 26.5 cms (10.5 inches), and it weighs approx. 891g (28.7 troy ounces).

1,675

An Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver pair of candelabra in a Neoclassical style, having removable arms with three lights, fluted columns with stepped square bases, double swirl reeded arms, capitals with swags of flowers, removable nozzles with drip pans, and reed-edged borders. Made by George Hancock of London in 1903. The dimensions of this fine hand-made pair of silver candelabra are height 49 cms (19.25 inches), and spread across arms 37 cms (14.5 inches). Please note that these are crested on the bases.

7,275

A Sterling Silver set of 12 teaspoons or coffee spoons and sugar nips, having plain oval bowls, and handles with a single-struck floral pattern, all in original cream satin and blue velvet-lined presentation box. Made by Charles Boyton & Sons of Sheffield in 1924. The dimensions of this fine hand-made set of coffee spoons or teaspoons are length of each spoon 9.5 cms (3.75 inches), and the total weight is approx. 108g (3.5 troy ounce).

245

An Antique Georgian pair of Sterling Silver chambersticks, having plain round bodies with applied gadroon or rope-twist borders, with original removable nozzles and dunce-cap snuffers. Made by Richard Crossley of London in 1805. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver chamber-sticks are height 10 cms (4 inches), diameter 13.5 cms (5.3 inches), and they weigh a total of approx. 677g (21.8 troy ounces).

2,975

An Antique Georgian Old Sheffield plated meat cover dome and warming stand platter, having a plain oval body with Regency style gadroon and fluted border, a cast reeded loop handle, and all sitting on a well and tree dish for carving, having a hot water jacket, and with matching decoration, and sitting on four cushion feet. Made in the Regency period ca. 1815. The dimensions of this fine hand-made Old Sheffield plated meat cover dome and hot water stand are length (inc. handles) 53 cm (21 inches), width 42 cms (16.5 inches), and height 34 cms (13.5 inches). Please note that the meat dome is engraved and crested on one side.

3,285

Antique Victorian sterling silver three-piece travelling communion set consisting of chalice, paten, and wine ewer (with lid and cork seal), all hand-engraved with floral work, in original velvet and satin-lined presentation box. Made by George Richards of London in 1856. Height of chalice 10 cms (4 inches), diameter of paten 7 cms (2.75 inches). Total weight approz. 154g (5 troy ounces).

775

An Antique Victorian Sterling Silver and hand-cut crystal large table scent bottle, having a hand-chased round mount with floral decoration, a hinged lid, an internal stopper, and hand-cut crystal round main body. Made by Mappin & Webb of Sheffield in ca. 1900. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver and crystal scent bottle are height 15 cms (6 inches), and diameter 11 cms (4.25 inches).

345

A Sterling Silver cream jug, having a plain round bellied body, a sparrow-beak spout, a scroll handle, and sitting on a flat base. Made by Charles Edwards of London in 1943. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver cream jug are height 7 cms (2.75 inches), length 8.5 cms (3.3 inches), and it weighs approx. 83g (2.7 troy ounces).

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