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A silver and enamel "surprise" egg by Anthony Elson

This beautiful Post War silver and enamel egg is rather unusual! It was made by the well known and respected Post War designer Anthony Elson. The egg shell itself... More Details & Photos

A Post War Silver Plated Tea Set Designed by Eric Clements

A stylish silver plated tea set designed in 1961 by Eric Clements. It includes a coffee pot, tea pot, hot water jug, cream jug, sugar bowl and tray.Eric Clements... More Details & Photos

A Lalaounis Greek Sterling Silver Box

A beautifully crafted sterling silver box by the renowned Greek jeweler Ilias Lalaounis, which was made in the second half of the 20th century.The fine decoration... More Details & Photos

A fine pair of Post War Silver Candlesticks by Robert Welch

These elegant modernist silver wine coasters were made by one of the very best names in Post War British Design: Robert Welch. They are sterling silver, fully hallmarked... More Details & Photos

A Pair of Post War Silver Beakers by Stuart Devlin

This fine pair of silver beakers were made by Stuart Devlin in 1980, and are very fine quality. They each stand 13cm tall and weigh 404g total. Stuart Devlin is... More Details & Photos

A Silver Salver Post War Design By Stuart Devlin

This incredible silver salver is designed by Stuart Devlin. StuartDevlin is one of the most renowned and respected of post war Silversmiths. Devlin had the Royal... More Details & Photos

6 Cypress Pattern Forks by Georg Jensen Silver

This set of sterling silver forks are Cypress Pattern, and a fine example of Georg Jensen cutlery. They each measure 17cm long, and are the medium dinner fork size.... More Details & Photos

The "Polly Parrot Challenge Trophy" by Stuart Devlin

This incredible silver trophy was made by the famous Stuart Devlin, one of the most important makers of the British Post War Silver period. It is quite an incredible... More Details & Photos

"Devil" Cufflinks by James Baldwin Antiques

These modernist style cufflinks are a tip of the hat to the great Stuart Devlin who pioneered this sort of "bark effect" look. The links are in English Hallmarked... More Details & Photos

A Post War Silver Plate Tea Set by Eric Clements

Made in Circa 1960 by Eric Clements for Mappin and WebbHeavily influenced by Scandinavian design this set was made circa 1960. The design is known simply as the... More Details & Photos


A Stuart Devlin Silver Post War Fishing Tackle Box

This rare silver and silver gilt box was designed and made by Stuart Devlin. Stuart Devlin is one of the most renowned and respected of British post war Silversmiths.... More Details & Photos


A Set of Post War Silver Napkin Rings by Christopher Lawrence

A set of Post War Silver napkin rings by the famous Post War Designer Christopher Lawrence. These napkin rings are elegantly banded with bark effect decoration.... More Details & Photos


A Modernist Tiffany Sterling Silver bowl

This fine silver dish was made by Tiffany and Co in America, circa 1950. It is of good heavy quality, and elegant modernist design, as one would expect of a company... More Details & Photos


A Post War Silver Bud Vase

This astounding solid silver vase was made in London 1969, and the makers mark is CHF. It is a strangely alluring object, reminding one of a deep sea chimney covered... More Details & Photos


A pair of Stuart Devlin Silver Salts

This fine pair of Post War silver salts are by the highly regarded late 20th century silversmith Stuart Devlin. They are of elegant modernist design, parcel gilt... More Details & Photos


A Post War Silver and enamel paper knife or letter opener by Gerald Benney

This letter opener is really quite special. It is made by Gerald Benney, London 1972, and bears his mark, and the mark of his enameller Robert Winter (RVW) on the... More Details & Photos


A Post War Silver Goblet by Gerald Benney: London 1973

This stylish Post War silver cup was made by Gerald Benney in London 1973. It is of beautiful quality, bearing Benney's signature "Bark Effect" decoration. Unusually... More Details & Photos


Post War Silver Modernist Paperweight by Gerald Benney

This beautiful paperweight is by the renowned silversmith Gerald Benney, and was made in London 1978. Bearing a variation on his famous Bark Effect finish,... More Details & Photos


A pair of Georg Jensen Silver Pepper and Salt Shakers by Henning Köppel

This beautiful pair of modernist silver pepper and salt shakers were designed by the renowned and award winning designer Henning Köppel for Georg Jensen.They... More Details & Photos


A Silver Pen Tray by Gerald Benney

This is a Modernist Silver Pen Tray made in London by the renowned Gerald Benney in 1979, it bears the inscription 'The institute of chartered accountants in england... More Details & Photos


A Modernist Table Center Piece by Gerald Benney

This  magnificent Gerald Benney table centrepiece was made in London and is dated for 1966. A major innovation to silver decoration at this time was Benney’s... More Details & Photos



This beautifulsilver letter opener was made by Stuart Devlin in London 1976. Devlinis considered to be the greatest British silversmith of the Post-Warperiod,... More Details & Photos


A five piece tea set by David Mellor

Made in circa 1955 by David Mellor for Walker and HallThis tea set is reminiscent of Mellors more ubiquitous "Pride" tea set, although of much better quality, and... More Details & Photos


A Porringer by Jocelyn Burton

Made in London 1975 by Jocelyn Burton for AurumThis wonderful porringer was made to commemorate 300th year of St Pauls Cathedral, and is of beautiful heavy quality.... More Details & Photos