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A pair of Antique Sterling Silver and cut-crystal decanters, having plain panelled bodies, plain round silver necks, with original hand-cut lobed stoppers, and all sitting on star-cut flat bases. Made by William Hutton and Sons Ltd., of Birmingham in 1912. The dimensions of this fine pair of antique silver and crystal decanters are height 27 cms (10.75 inches), and diameter at bases 10 cms (4 inches).

985

A very handsome Antique Georgian George III Sterling Silver pepper pot, having a plain baluster body with applied reeded borders, a hand-pierced pull-off lid with acorn finial, and sitting on a pedestal foot. Made by John Denziloe of London in 1779. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver pepper pot are height 14 cms (5.5 inches), diameter of main body 5 cms (2 inches), and it weighs approx. 83g (2.7 troy ounces).

475

An Antique Victorian Sterling Silver cream jug in a Queen Anne style, having a body with hand-chased half-fluted decoration, a reeded handle and applied reeded border, a gold-gilt interior, and all sitting on a collet foot. Made by Charles Boyton of London in 1893. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver cream jug are height 10 cms (4 inches), length 13.5 cms (5.3 inches), and it weighs approx. 150g (4.8 troy ounces).

245

A very unusual Antique Victorian Silver-Plated inkstand and model of an Ostrich, having realistically hand-chased feathers, a hinged lid with an internal blue-glass liner inkwell, and standing on a cast round rock base with six ostrich eggs. Made in ca. 1880. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver plated ostrich model and inkstand are height 15 cms (6 inches), and diameter of base 13 cms (5 inches).

595

An Antique late Georgian heavy Sterling Silver seven-bar toast-rack, having rectangular shaped wire-work bars, a cast loop handle, attached to a flat rectangular base with a strengthening strut, and sitting on four cast shell and scroll feet. Made by Joseph Angel of London in 1825. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver toast-rack are length 14 cms (5.5 inches), height 15 cms (6 inches), width 10 cms (4 inches), and it weighs approx. 326g (10.5 troy ounces).

795

A Sterling Silver table box, having a round and straight-sided body with a hinged and slightly domed lid, with applied reed borders and thumb-piece, and sitting on a flat base. Made by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths of London in 1929. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver box are diameter 10 cms (4 inches), height 6 cms (2.3 inches), and it weighs approx. 364g (11.7 troy ounces).

695

An Antique Georgian Sterling Silver wine decanting funnel, having a plain round body with applied reeded borders, and removable funnel. Made by Napthali Hart of London in 1799. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver wine decanting funnel are height 12.5 cms (5 inches), diameter of bowl 8.5 cms (3.25 inches), and it weighs approx. 77g (2.5 troy ounces).

995

Antique Victorian sterling silver pair of table candlesticks, in a Neoclassical style having square stepped bases with hand-chased floral work, the columns with swirled garlands of flowers, scroll capitals with swags, and removable nozzles with gadroon borders. Made by William Hutton of London in 1901. Height 27.5 cms (10.75 inches), bases 11 cms (4.25 inches) square.

1,595

Sterling silver large serving salver, having a round body, with plain burnished ground, a pie-crust style border, and sitting on four scroll feet. Made by Henry Atkins of Sheffield in 1925. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver salver are diameter 41 cms (16 inches), and it weighs approx. 1,837g (59 troy ounces).

2,175

A very handsome Antique Georgian Sterling Silver snuff box, having a rectangular body which is also curved to fit the pocket, decorated with engine turning and hand-chased reeded borders, an applied thumb-piece, and with a gold gilt interior. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver snuff box are length 7cm (2.75 inches), width 4.5 cms (1.75 inches), depth 2.3 cms (0.8 inches), and it weighs approx. 77g (2.5 troy ounces).

495

An Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver seven-bar toastrack, having plain rounded wire-work bars, a matching loop handle, all sitting on a rectangular base with a strengthening strut, on four cast ball feet. Made by Thomas Bradbury of London in 1903. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver toast-rack are length 13 cms (5 inches), height 13.5 cms (5.25 inches), width 7.5 cms (3 inches), and it weighs approx. 195g (6.3 troy ounces).

395

An unusual Sterling Silver pair of small two-light candelabra, having round bases with a cast reeded arms, with two attached plain round candle-holders. Made by Elkington and Co., of Birmingham in 1989. The dimensions of this fine hand-made pair of silver candelabra are height 11 cms (4.25 inches), and spread across arms 15 cms (6 inches).

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