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A Sterling Silver pair of cafe-au-lait pots, in a George I style, having very plain round bodies with tapering sides, brown wooden scroll handles, domed hinged lids with wooden finials, and sitting on collet feet. Made by Mappin & Webb of London in 1930. The dimensions of this fine pair of hand-made silver cafe-au-lait pots are height 20 cms (8 inches), length of coffee pot 16 cms (6.25 inches), and they weigh approx 839g (27 troy ounces).

1,395

An elegent Sterling Silver set of six tea or coffee spoons, having plain rounded bowls, and handles with black coffee bean ends, all in their original dark blue satin and velvet-lined presentation box. Made by A. J. Bailey of Birminghan in 1960. The dimensions of this fine hand-made set of teaspoons or coffee spoons are length of each spoon 10 cms (4 inches), and the total weight is approx. 40g (1.3 troy ounce).

90

A pretty Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver jewellery box, having an oval straight-sided body, a hinged lid with hand-chased winged cherubs, a gold-gilt and dark-blue velvet-lined interior, and all sitting on four cast claw style feet. Made by William Comyns of London in 1906. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver jewelery box are length 12.5 cms (5 inches), width 10 cms (4 inches), and height 7 cms (2.75 inches).

475

A pretty Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver table box, in an Art Nouveau style, having a plain rectangular body with rounded corners, a hinged lid with a hand-chased scroll decorated border, a gold-gilt interior, and sitting on a flat base. Made by Deakin and Francis of Birmingham in 1908. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver table box are length 11 cms (4.25 inches), width 4 cms (1.5 inches), height 2.5 cms (1 inch), and it weighs approx. 67g (2.2 troy ounces).

245

An Antique Georgian Sterling Silver pair of large George III sauce or gravy boats, having plain bellied bodies, with Chippendale borders, cast scroll handles, and sitting on three cast hoof feet with shell shoulders. Made by John Deacon (Possibly) of London in 1773/74. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver sauce boats are length 18 cms (7 inches), width 10 cms (4 inches), height 13 cms (5 inches), and they weigh a total of 568g (18 troy ounces).

3,275

Antique Edwardian sterling silver hand-chased and cut-crystal dressing table box, made in London in 1904. Length 16.5 cms (6.5 inches), height 5 cms (2 inches), width 4.5 cms (1.75 inches).

225

A very handsome Antique Sterling Silver set of six napkin rings, having plain round bodies with straight sides, all in their original maroon satin and velvet-lined presentation box. Made by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths of London in 1912. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver napkin rings are diameter 4.5 cms (1.75 inches), height 3 cms (1.25 inches), and they weigh a total of approx. 285g (9.2 troy ounces).

775

A large and handsome Antique Victorian Sterling Silver beaker cup, having a very plain round body with tapering sides, and sitting on a flat base. Made by Mappin and Webb of Sheffield in 1900. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver beaker cup are height 11 cms (4.25 inches), diameter at top 8 cms (3.25 inches), and it weighs approx. 142g (4.6 troy ounces).

495

A very pretty set of four Antique Victorian Sterling Silver table candlesticks, in a Neoclassical Corinthian style having square bases with swags, ribbon and bows, and bead-work decoration, and removable nozzles. Made by Thomas Bradbury of London in 1896/97. The dimensions of this fine hand-made set of four antique silver candlesticks are height 23.5 cms (9.25 inches), and their bases are 11 cms (4.25 inches) square.

3,675

A very pretty Antique Victorian Sterling Silver table flower vase, having a round body with tapering sides, with unusual hand-chased bead-work decoration and a gold-gilt interior, all sitting on a pedestal foot. Made by Frederick Elkington of Birmingham in 1885. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver vase are height 13.5 cms (5.3 inches), diameter at top 9.5 cms (3.75 inches), and it weighs approx. 192g (6.2 troy ounces).

675

A very pretty and unusual pair of Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver and hand-cut crystal table scent bottles, having round mounts with hinged lids and internal stoppers, the lids with hand-chased figural scene decoration and push-button snap fits. The crystal bodies with rounded square cross-sections and swirl fluted decoration, and all sitting on flat bases. Made by William Comyns of London in 1907. The dimensions of these fine hand-made antique silver and crystal scent bottles are height 12.5 cms (5 inches), and 8.5cms (3.3 inches) square.

795

Antique Victorian sterling silver shoe, having a hand-chased body with floral decoration and scenes of winged cherubs, with a heal chased in the same style, and an applied front bow. Possibly Dutch in origin and imported into London in 1896 with full assay hallmarks. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver shoe are height 7 cms (2.75 inches), length 14 cms (5.5 inches), width 4.5 cms (1.75 inches), and it weighs approx. 117g (3.8 troy ounces).

595



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