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An Important Art Deco Silver Jug by Charles Boyton

This large and impressive jug was made by Charles Boyton, London 1932. It is a wonderful piece of Art Deco silver, by a most respected maker. Charles Boyton Silver... More Details & Photos

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An Antique French Silver Beaker

This sterling French silver beaker is of beautiful quality, and elegant design. It was made in Provincial france circa 1820. It is marked with the provincial marks... More Details & Photos

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A Russian Silver Cloisonné Enamel Kovsh: 1st Artel for Fabergé

This beautiful little Russian cloisonné enamel Kovsh was made in Moscow circa 1910 and bears the mark for the important "First Artel", who made for Fabergé.The... More Details & Photos

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A Georgian Silver and Treen Toddy Ladle made c1720

This magnificent Georgian Silver and Treen bowl toddy ladle was made c1720. The handle is especially nice, excellently turned, and made of lignum vitae while... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian American Sterling Silver Pitcher c1900

This Victorian American Sterling Silver Pitcher was made in New York by Theodore B Starr, c1900.The Pitcher measures 28cm tall, 22cm wide from handle to lip and... More Details & Photos