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A Tiffany Silver Christening Mug

This sterling silver christening mug was made by Tiffany and Co, and has never been used. It comes in its original retail box and tarnish proof pouch, as pictured.... More Details & Photos

A Fine Victorian Silver Claret Jug by Elkington

This magnificent silver Claret Jug was made by the celebrated firm of Elkington, Birmingham 1860. It is of superb quality, beautifully decorated with tendrils of... More Details & Photos

A Georgian Newcastle Silver Loving Cup

This beautiful Georgian Silver Loving Cup was made by Langland and Robertson, Newcastle 1780.It is in beautiful condition, with a fine patina and elegant shape.... More Details & Photos

A Pair of Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Wine Coasters

A fine pair of Georgian Old Sheffield Plate wine coasters, made around the late 18th century/early 19th century. The central bosses are crested. On the side is stamped... More Details & Photos

A German Silver Wager or Marriage Cup

A fine example of German marriage cup, this was made in circa1880-1910 and bears the Dutch control mark applied to imported silvers. The female figure... More Details & Photos

A Fine Quality Art Deco Lemonade Jug in Sterling Silver

A very rare item in sterling silver, this fine Edwardian lemonade jug was made by John Grinsell & Sons in Birmingham in 1911. The defining characteristic of... More Details & Photos

A Georg Jensen Continental Pattern Tea Strainer

This fine silver tea strainer was made by Georg Jensen in Continental Pattern, and bears London Import marks for 1931.  Continental was designed by Jensen... More Details & Photos

An Arts & Crafts Mazer Bowl By Thomas Bradbury & Sons

This charming mazer bowl was made by famous silversmith Thomas Bradbury & Sons, in Sheffield 1923. Mazer, shallow bowls without handles, used to be popular... More Details & Photos

A Georgian Silver Mug 1814

This Georgian silver mug, barrel shaped with plain angular "D" shaped handle, was made in London 1814.  The maker mark was rubbed, but other hall marks are... More Details & Photos

A Georg Jensen Silver Christening Mug

This hand hammered sterling silver christening mug was made by Georg Jensen in 1925. It is beautifully made, and a fine example of Denmark's answer to Art Nouveau... More Details & Photos

A Russian Cloisonné Enamel Beaker or Charka- Gustaf Klingert

This stunning Russian cloisonné enamel beaker was made in Moscow  the mark for the important Gustav Klingert.The beaker is of beautiful workmanship... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Silver Claret Jug

This Victorian Silver Claret Jug was made in London in 1897. The mounts are silver, while the body is finely cut lead crystal. Both the silver mounts and crystal... More Details & Photos

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A Greek Silver Mug: Vapheio Cup replica

This beautiful little silver mug is Greek silver, and a replica of a very ancient Minoan cup found in Vapheio, in mainland greece. It depicts the famous Minoan bull... More Details & Photos

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A Georgian Silver Mug 1735

This Georgian silver mug was made in London 1735, probably by John Fawdrey. It is of very good quality, heavy and of excellent gauge. It is as good an example of... More Details & Photos

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A Georg Jensen silver beaker

This Georg Jensen silver beaker or Christening cup was made in Copenhagen circa 1930 by Georg Jensen. It bears a Dutch control mark, and underneath the Dutch inscription... More Details & Photos

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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

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A Silver and Crystal Hip Flask

This hip flask is engraved with Aesthetic designs, heavily influenced by Japanese and Oriental art. It is silver and cut lead crystal, and was made in London 1893,... More Details & Photos

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An 18th Century Swedish Beaker

This beautiful Silver beaker was made in Sala, 1786 by Gustaf Elstrom. It stands 8cm tall and weighs 58g. It has a good antique patina, and charming "wrigglework"... More Details & Photos

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An Arts & Crafts Quaiche R.E. Stone

This pretty silver quaiche was made by R.E. Stone in London in 1934. It is in good quality with no damage or repair.It has a length of approximately 12... More Details & Photos

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A Fine Georgian silver Tumbler Cup

Made in London 1761 by Jonathan PayneTraditionally, tumbler cups were designed for the then bumpy activity of travelling. Thus they needed to withstand the uneven... More Details & Photos

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An Early German Snakeskin Beaker

Made in Nuremburg circa 1680 by Thomas RinglerThis rare and early beaker is of beautiful heavy quality, and is textured with what is known as "snakeskin" work, typical... More Details & Photos