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A Georg Jensen Silver Canteen of Cutlery in Bernadotte Pattern

This stunning silver cutlery set was made by Georg Jensen in the famous Bernadotte Pattern.The Bernadotte Pattern is designed in 1939 and named for its designer,... More Details & Photos

A Georg Jensen Silver Pyramid Pattern Sauce Ladle

This beautiful silver gravy or sauce ladle is in the Pyramid Pattern, by Georg Jensen. It is marked Georg Jensen Denmark, and made between 1945 and 1977. It measures... More Details & Photos

A Set of 6 Pyramid Pattern Luncheon Knives by Georg Jensen

These Sterling Silver Art Deco Luncheon or Entree knives are in the Pyramid Pattern by Georg Jensen. They are the long handled verity, and each measure 207mm. They... More Details & Photos

A Set of Georg Jensen Pyramid Pattern Butter Knives

A Fine Set of Pyramid Pattern Butter Knives. These Sterling Silver Butter Knives were made by Georg Jensen in Copenhagen, Denmark. They all bear the Post 1945 Jensen... More Details & Photos

A pair of large Acorn Pattern Salad Servers by Georg Jensen

This large pair of Acorn Pattern salad servers were made by Georg Jensen, Copenhagen. They are sterling silver, and both bear the post 1945 Jensen mark. They are... More Details & Photos

"Old Sheffield Plate: A History of the 18th Century Trade" by Gordon Crosskey

This is the already unavailable 2nd edition of this, the definitive work on Old Sheffield Plate by Gordon Crosskey. Hardback, 510 pages and full colour. Originally... More Details & Photos

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

An Arts and Crafts Charger by the Dutchess of Sutherland Cripples Guild DSCG

This magnificent silver on copper Arts and Crafts charger was made by DSCG: The Dutchess of Sutherland Cripples Guild. It is large, and like much of the Guild's... More Details & Photos

An Art Deco Silver Hand Mirror by Georg Jensen

This beautiful Art Deco Silver Hand mirror is by Georg Jensen, and is a Harald Nilsen design. It bears full Georg Jensen silver marks for post 1945, and is design... 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 large 18th Century Swedish Silver Beaker

This Swedish Silver beaker was made in Jonkoping, 1780 and is of very fine quality and design. Of very traditional form, this beaker is superior to the norm, having... More Details & Photos

A Japanese Silver Cigar Box

This fine Sterling silver cigar box has a charming mixed metal image of Mount Fuji- silver and gold on bronze. The box itself is silver, and lined with a fine hardwood.... More Details & Photos

A Set of Silver Dessert Forks by Georg Jensen in the Acorn Pattern

A beautiful set of ten silver dessert forks in Acorn pattern, made by Georg Jensen and designed in 1916 by Johan Rhode. Johan Rhode was one of the most... More Details & Photos

A set of Large Silver Salad Servers by Georg Jensen in the Acorn Pattern

These large fine silver salad severs were made by Georg Jensen in Acorn pattern. Acorn pattern is without a doubt Georg Jensen's most successful silver design. It... More Details & Photos

A set of Silver Salad Servers by Georg Jensen in the Acorn pattern

These beautiful silver Acorn pattern salad servers were made by Georg Jensen.Acorn Pattern is without a doubt  Georg Jensen's most successful silver... More Details & Photos

A Victorian Electrotype Vase on Plinth by Elkington

A neoclassical silver plated vase modelled after a Roman drinking vessel. The plinth is a separate piece. The plinth measures 17.4 centimetres (6.8 inches)... More Details & Photos

A Rare Sterling Silver Tea Set by Christopher Dresser

This very rare sterling silver tea set was designed by Christopher Dresser in 1880, after he visited Japan. Christopher Dresser was incredibly ahead of his time,... More Details & Photos

An Edwardian Silver Gilt Cup and Cover in the Queen Anne Style

This magnificent silver gilt two-handled cup and cover, standing on a stepped spreading foot, was made by Alexander Crichton in London, 1931. The domed... More Details & Photos

A Georgian Irish Silver Cream Jug in the Neoclassical Style

 This beautiful jug, a fine example Neoclassical silver, was made by William Doyle in Dublin 1800.Bright cut ( decorative engraving with a series of short... More Details & Photos

A Set of Sterling Silver Teaspoons in Lily of the Valley Pattern by Georg Jensen

A beautiful set of six sterling silver teaspoons in the Lily of the Valley pattern. The Lily of the Valley pattern, which is also known as the Rose pattern, was... More Details & Photos

A Fine Set of Sterling Silver Desserts Spoons in Akkeleje Pattern by Georg Jensen

A set of six sterling silver Akkeleje pattern dessert spoons. The Akkeleje pattern was designed in 1918 by Georg Jensen.Each spoon measures 157 millimetres. More Details & Photos

A Set of Sterling Silver Dessert Forks in Akkeleje Pattern by Georg Jensen

A beautiful set of six sterling silver dessert forks in Akkeleje pattern by Georg Jensen. The Akkeleje pattern was designed by Georg Jensen in 1918. The forks bear... More Details & Photos

A Sterling Silver Coffee Spoon in Akkeleje Pattern by Georg Jensen

A fine sterling silver coffee spoon in Akkeleje pattern, which was designed by Georg Jensen in 1918.The spoon measures 115 millimetres. More Details & Photos

A Georg Jensen Silver Old Danish Pattern Butter or Tea Knife

A single sterling silver butter or tea knife in Old Danish pattern, which was designed by Harald Nielsen in 1937. It bears the post-1945 and Swedish import marks.The... More Details & Photos

A Large Victorian Cast Border Salver

A silver plated Victorian salver of exceptional quality. It features an elaborately detailed border, depicting Bacchanalian masks and grape motifs. The inside is... More Details & Photos

An Austrian Secessionist Silver Tray

A beautiful example of Austrian Secessionist design, this fine solid silver tea tray was made circa 1900 and is of beautiful design and quality. The tray is in a... More Details & Photos

A Burmese Large Silver Cigar Box with Elephant Battle Scenes

This beautiful large silver cigar box was made for Bangkok retail in Burma/Myanmar, circa 1910 to1920. Burmese silver is well known for deep-chasing technique... 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 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 Modernist Sterling Silver and Hand Blown Glass Perfume Bottle

A hand blown perfume bottle with a beautiful silver overlay, which accentuates the modern design. The bands that make up the overlay are gilt on the reverse side,... More Details & Photos

A Pair of First Period Old Sheffield Plate Candlesticks

A rare pair of very early Old Sheffield Plate candlesticks made in Sheffield by John Hoyland & Company.The pair is in a very good condition and is bleeding... More Details & Photos

A Georg Jensen Silver Ornamental Sauce Ladle 141

This large silver sauce ladle was made by Georg Jensen, and bears London Import marks for 1926. Georg Jensen made many different silver flatware designs, but this... More Details & Photos

A Limoges Enamel Pendant

This incredible Limoges enamel pendant was made circa 1905. In this portrait the vivid blue colour beautifully stands out against the black base, and the portrait... More Details & Photos

An Arts and Crafts Silver Salt Cellar by D.S.C.G

This charming Arts and Crafts sterling silver salt cellar was made by D.S.C.G, in Birmingham 1910. It bears full hall marks including its characteristic maker’s... More Details & Photos

A 17th Century German Sweetmeat Dish circa 1660

This beautiful piece of early silver is most likely German, or possibly Swiss- both nations made this type of object. It dates to the second half of the 17th century-... 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 Georg Jensen Silver Compote or Bowl: 17B

This Georg Jensen silver compote was made by Georg Jensen, and designed by Gundorph Albertus. It is a classic design, released in a number of different sizes. This... More Details & Photos

A Georg Jensen Large Butter Knife In the Akkeleje Pattern

This Akkeleje Pattern large butter knife was designed by Georg Jensen in 1918, and a fine example of  Georg Jensen's Art Nouveau silver flatware.This... More Details & Photos

A Georg Jensen Parallel Pattern Dessert Fork

This rare pattern dessert fork is a fine example of  Georg Jensen silver flatware of Art Deco. It is heavy and of good quality.Parallel is one of... 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 pair of Georg Jensen silver salt spoons in the Cactus Pattern

This pair of Sterling Silver salt spoons were made by Georg Jensen circa 1965. They are in excellent condition with no damage or repair.These Georg Jensen silver... More Details & Photos

A set of Georg Jensen Pyramid Pattern Spoons

This set of sterling silver Georg Jensen spoons were made in Copenhagen, Denmark. Five bear the Georg Jensen mark for 1932-44 while one has the post 1945 mark. They... More Details & Photos

A Georg Jensen Pyramid Pattern Dessert Fork

For sale we have a piece of Georg Jensen Silver Flatware. This Dessert Fork was made in the Pyramid Pattern by Georg Jensen Silver. It is sterling silver, made in... More Details & Photos

A Georg Jensen Silver Pyramid Pattern Fork

This Sterling Silver dinner fork was made by Georg Jensen in the Pyramid Pattern. A set of 6 Sterling Silver Pyramid Pattern forks by Georg Jensen. It measures... More Details & Photos

An Art Nouveau Sugar Caster by Evald Nilsen

This Danish silver sugar caster is of excellent quality. It was made in Copenhagen in 1927 by Evald Nilsen. It is hand made, with wonderful hammer marks throughout,... More Details & Photos

A Georg Jensen Silver Spoon in the Acorn Pattern

This Sterling Silver Acorn Pattern Spoon was made by Georg Jensen. Acorn Pattern is without a doubt Georg Jensen's most successful silver design. It was designed... More Details & Photos

A Georg Jensen Silver Cactus Pattern Fork

This Cactus Pattern Silver Fork was made by Georg Jensen circa 1950. It bears the post war Georg Jensen Silver mark, and is also engraved on the back as pictured.... More Details & Photos

A Silver Plate Flatware Set in the Kings Pattern

This silver plated flatware set of Kings Pattern silverware was made in Sheffield circa 1925. It is of excellent quality, and in very good condition. The Kings Pattern... More Details & Photos

A Silver Plated Flatware Set in the Old English Pattern

This silver plate flatware set is in the Old English pattern, and is very good quality. It is a matched service, meaning that while the pieces are all exactly the... More Details & Photos

A Silver Plate Flatware Set for 6: Old English Pattern silverware

This Silver Plated Flatware Set was made by Garrards, and has never been used! It is in the Old English Pattern, which dates from the middle of the 18th century,... More Details & Photos

An Empire Style French Old Sheffield Plate Coffee Pot

This is a rare example of French Old Sheffield Plate! The fact that some Sheffield Plate was made in France is a little known fact, and this beautiful French silver... More Details & Photos

An Old Sheffield Plate Loving Cup made in the Georgian period

This Old Sheffield Plate loving cup was made circa 1790, and is typically Neoclassical in design. Loving cups were traditional at weddings, where both the bride... More Details & Photos

A pair of Chinese Silver Ice Tongs

These elegant ice tongs are made of solid silver and are decorated with typical Chinese engraving: bamboo and hand hammered motifs. They were made in China circa... 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 Sterling Cutlery Set of Georg Jensen Silver Tea Spoons: Lily of the Valley

These beautiful sterling silver tea spoons were made by Georg Jensen silver, and are in the Lily of the Valley pattern. They are boxed, although the box is not the... More Details & Photos

A Fine Russian Silver Filligree Box

This very fine Russian Filligree casket was made in Moscow 1873 by Michael Andreyev. It measures 7x5x4.5cm and is of superb workmanship. The filigree silver is precise... More Details & Photos

An Old Sheffield Plate wine label or Bottle Ticket for Rum

This pretty little Old Sheffield Plate Wine Label or Bottle Ticket is for Rum. It was made in the Georgian period, during the reign of George III- approximately... More Details & Photos

A pair of Old Sheffield Plate Sugar Tongs

This pretty pair of Old Sheffield Plate sugar tongs were made circa 1780, and are an example of Old Sheffield Plate flatware. Flatware in Old Sheffield Plate is... More Details & Photos

An Old Sheffield Plate Soup Ladle in the Old English Pattern

This beautiful Old Sheffield Plate soup ladle was made circa 1790. It measures approximately 13 inches in length. Old Sheffield Plate flatware is rare, as it was... 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

A Large Victorian Silver Plate Gallery Tray c1870

This Magnificent Engraved, Victorian Silver Plate Gallery Tray was made c1870.The tray is of large size, with beautiful engraving and a fine pierced gallery. The... More Details & Photos

A Russian Silver Filigree casket circa 1890

A Russian Silver Filigree Casket, of beautiful quality and design. This piece is really rather beautiful, delicately and of typical Russian form. It only bears a... More Details & Photos

A Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Sauceboat made c1780

This very rare Neo-Classical Old Sheffield Plate Sauce Boat was made c 1780. It is in excellent condition, although it does have a small amount of pitting (As pictured),... More Details & Photos

A Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Salver c1810

This Old Sheffield plate Salver is in the Regency style and was made c1810. It bears a crest (as shown) that i think may be Rothschild; 'A Plume of 3 feathers... More Details & Photos

"Coral" cufflinks by James Baldwin Antiques

Organic and elegant, "Coral" suggests the beauty of the natural world while exuding the prestige of a hand made object. They are in English Hallmarked Sterling Silver.... More Details & Photos

"Odyssey" Cufflinks by James Baldwin Antiques

Simply oozing the futurist style of the 1960's these beautiful cufflinks are made in English hallmarked Sterling Silver and plated in fine gold. 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

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Continental Pattern Georg Jensen Fish Cutlery

Continental  pattern cutlery, the first cutlery range of  the Georg Jensen firm, was designed  in 1906 by Georg Jensen, inspired by the form... More Details & Photos

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A Georgian Silver Soup Plate made in 1788

This fine silver Soup Plate was made by the renowned Royal silversmiths Wakelin and Taylor. It is of the excelent quality one would expect of this period and maker.It... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Silver trays by Gerald Benney

This boxed pair of Gerald Benney Silver trays were made in London 1979, and are of very fine quality. They are also in immaculate condition. Gerald Benney was one... More Details & Photos

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A Georg Jensen Pyramid Pattern Cake Fork

This Sterling Silver Cake Fork was made by Georg Jensen in the Pyramid Pattern. The Pyramid Pattern was designed in 1926 by Harald Nielsen, and is clearly... More Details & Photos

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A Sterling Silver Jewellery Box or Casket

This Sterling Silver casket is of excellent quality and design. It has a lock (but no key) and was originally intended as a Jewelry box. It is simply stamped... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Georgian Silver Wine Coasters by William Bateman

This pair of Regency silver wine coasters were made in 1821, London, by William Bateman. They are of fine quality, and elegant late Georgian design. They... More Details & Photos

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12 Pyramid Pattern Silver Dessert Spoons by Georg Jensen

A set of 12 Dessert Spoons made in Sterling Silver in the Pyramid Pattern by Georg Jensen. Each of these spoons measures 16.5cm long and is in excellent condition.... More Details & Photos

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A pair of York Silver spoons: Georgian Fiddle Pattern

This fine pair of Antique York Silver spoons were made by Barber and North, 1787. They are of fine quality and in the Fiddle Pattern. Each spoon measures 22cm long.... More Details & Photos

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An Antique Georgian Silver and cut Steel Weighing Scale

This rare object is an antique silver weighing scale, with sterling silver pans and cut steel frame. The pans are hallmarked for 1833. It is displayed on an acrylic... More Details & Photos

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A Georg Jensen Silver Sugar Spoon design 21

This sterling silver spoon was made by Georg Jensen circa 1925. It is design 21, and measures approximately 14cm. The Georg Jensen silver spoon is in excellent... More Details & Photos

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A Georg Jensen Silver Sugar Spoon design 41

This Georg Jensen silver sugar spoon was made in Denmark circa 1925. It measures 14cm. It is design 41, a very sought after and popular design. A... More Details & Photos

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A Georg Jensen Silver Ornamental Serving Spoon 141

This large serving spoon is one of the famous Georg Jensen Silver "Ornamental" patterns, in this case design number 141. It measures approximately 203mm.... More Details & Photos

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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

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A pair of Georg Jensen Silver Candelabra 278

These Georg Jensen Silver Candleholders or Candelabra were designed by Harald Nilsen in the late 1920's. They are of outstanding quality, entirely hand made and... More Details & Photos

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A Bernadotte Pattern Georg Jensen Silver Spoon

This Georg Jensen Silver spoon was made in the Bernadotte Pattern. A fine example of Danish Art Deco Silver, the Bernadotte Pattern is one of Georg Jensen's more... More Details & Photos

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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

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A Georg Jensen Silver Cactus Pattern Dessert Spoon

A Georg Jensen Silver spoon in the Cactus Pattern. This Cactus Pattern Dessert spoon bears Georg Jensen marks for Denmark, 1932-45. It measures 151mm and is in excellent... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Silver Tea Set

This Victorian Silver Tea Set was made by Barnard Brothers, London 1863. It comprises of four pieces, tea pot, coffee pot, cream jug and sugar bowl. All four pieces... More Details & Photos

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A Georg Jensen Silver Sugar Caster in the Cactus Pattern

This wonderful silver sugar caster was made by Georg Jensen and is in the Cactus Pattern. It was made in Denmark, bears the Georg Jensen Sterling mark plus the designer... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Electrotype silver plated jewelry box

This beautiful Victorian Electrotype box was made circa 1880, and is of excellent quality. It is lined with velvet, and originally intended as a silver plate jewelry... More Details & Photos

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Arts and Crafts Silver Plated Tray by Keswick School of Industrial Arts

This Arts and Crafts tray was made by the Keswick School of Industrial Arts: one of the more important of the Arts and Crafts guilds. It is hand worked silver on... More Details & Photos

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An A E Jones Silver Candlestick

This little Arts and Crafts silver candlestick was made by A E Jones in Birmingham 1918. It is of typical Arts and Crafts design with a corkscrewed wooden stem.... More Details & Photos

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An Harold Stabler Silver Bowl

This Art Deco Silver bowl is by Harold Stabler, and is really quite rare. Silver by Harold Stabler is uncommon, to say the least. It is hallmarked London 1929 and... More Details & Photos

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An Antique Indian Silver Tea Set from Kashmir

This elegant silver tea set was made in Kashmir, India, circa 1930. The work is very fine, showing Mughal influences. Antique Kashmir silver is highly regarded among... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Georgian Antique Silver Wine Coasters

This pair of Antique Silver Wine Coasters were made in London 1820 by Samuel Hennel. They are typical high regency, albeit understated and not quite as extravagant... More Details & Photos

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A Sterling Siver Vesta Case

This silver Vesta Case was made in London in 1919 by Frederick Thomas Buckthorpe, a specialist maker of boxes, card cases and vesta cases. A silver vesta case is... More Details & Photos

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A Georg Jensen Acanthus Pattern Silver Spoon

This Georg Jensen silver spoon is made in the Acanthus Pattern, one of Georg Jensen's most successful silver flatware patterns. The Acanthus Pattern was designed... More Details & Photos

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A Georg Jensen Acanthus Pattern Salad Fork

This Georg Jensen Silver Salad Fork is in the very elegant Art Nouveau design by Johan Rhode, the Acanthus Pattern. It is a three pronged sterling silver fork, Vintage... More Details & Photos

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A Georg Jensen Silver Acanthus Pattern Fork

This Vintage silver fork is made in the Acanthus pattern by Georg Jensen silver. It is of excellent quality as one would expect of a maker of this calibre. It is... More Details & Photos

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A Silver flatware set of Kings Pattern Knives

These silver knives made in the Kings Pattern, and are of excellent quality. In total there are 16 of them, eight silver dessert knives (or silver Luncheon knives)... 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 Mappin and Webb Silver Sugar Caster. Chester 1936

This is a very fine example of a silver sugar caster by the well known firm of Mappin and Webb. It is large and of fine quality, heavy and well made. The silver... More Details & Photos

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A Georgian Silver Marrow Scoop- Early Example

This Georgian silver marrow scoop was made in London 1729 by John Swift. It is a very early example, most silver Marrow Scoops were made in the mid to late 18th... More Details & Photos

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A Hester Bateman silver tankard made in the Georgian period

This is a rare example of Hester Bateman silver- a fine Georgian lidded tankard. Hester Bateman was dubbed "the Queen of English Silver", and a prolific female silversmith... More Details & Photos

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A Georgian Irish Silver Coffee Pot

An antique Georgian Irish Silver coffee pot made in Dublin, circa 1760. Irish silver of this period is much rarer than English silver, but no less beautiful and... More Details & Photos

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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

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An Antique Victorian Silver Salver by Elkington

This Victorian silver salver was made in London 1876 by Fredrick Elkington. It is of very good quality, beautifully engraved with historicist borders and an armorial... More Details & Photos

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An 18th Century Spanish Colonial Silver Vase- Guatemala

This solid silver vase is Spanish Colonial silver, and very early. It is of typical Guatemalan form, with charming cast handles of scrolls and human figures. The... More Details & Photos

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A Post War Silver Cigar Box by Anthony Elson

This sterling silver cigar box was made by the Post War silversmith Anthony Elson. It is of very nice quality and design, plain and elegant. It was made in London,... More Details & Photos

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A Huge Antique Burmese Silver Bowl

This Magnificent silver bowl is Burmese silver and of unusually large size. It is approximately 72oz and 8 inches tall by approximately 15 inches wide at the widest... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Renaissance style Antique Silver Plate Salts

These outstanding Renaissance style salts are made in English Silver Plate circa 1860. They are of truly wonderful quality, cast and hand chased, silvered and gilt.... More Details & Photos

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A Silver Set of Russian Cloisonne enamel Spoons

These Russian spoons are very fine quality. They are Moscow, circa 1910 and measure 14cm each. They were retailed by Bruppacher, Zurich. The condition of these beautiful... More Details & Photos

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A Post War silver box hallmarked Glasgow School of Art

This unusual silver box is hallmarked Edinburgh 1981, and bears the makers mark of Glasgow School of Art. It's a beautifully designed and very well made piece, crisp... More Details & Photos

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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

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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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A Silver Cutlery Set of Coffee Bean Tea Spoons by Liberty and Co

These sterling silver tea spoons were made by Liberty and Co, in Birmingham 1935. Each one has a little hardstone "coffee bean" as the finial. There is lapis, malachite,... More Details & Photos

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A Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Wine Coaster

This large Old Sheffield Plate wine coaster was made around 1780 and is of most unusual design. The ZigZag border is highly unusual, and repeats around the base... More Details & Photos

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A pair of Gerald Benney Enamel Beakers

These Gerald Benney beakers are really quite special. They are made of Sterling Silver, gold washed inside, and with black enamel outside- a very elegant combination... More Details & Photos

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A Set of Cartier Sterling Silver combination Menu Holders and Ash Trays

This is a highly unusual lot! A set of six Cartier Sterling Silver ash trays and place card holders (usually referred to as menu holders). In one side go matches,... More Details & Photos

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A Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Argyle

This Old Sheffield Plate Argyle (also sometimes spelt Argyll) is a wonderful piece of antique silverware. It dates to approximately 1775-1780, and is in superb condition.... More Details & Photos

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An Antique French Silver Wine Taster or silver Tastevin

This Antique French Silver Tastevin or wine taster is of elegant and typical form, and lovely quality. It is of the higher .950 standard, and made circa 1850. Despite... More Details & Photos

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An Antique French Silver Tastevin or Wine Taster

This beautiful Antique Silver wine taster or tastevin was made in France circa 1850. It is of typical French design, and has an Italian silver coin in the base.... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Antique Silver Forks by Paul Storr

A pair of Old English pattern silver table forks by the renowned silversmith, Paul Storr. These forks are of the superb quality one expects of Paul Storr, the finest... More Details & Photos

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A Silver Cutlery Set of Irish Bright Cut Dessert Spoons

These Bright Cut Irish silver spoons were made in Dublin 1809. They are in the Celtic Point pattern, which is a variation of the Old English pattern, but with a... More Details & Photos

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A Georg Jensen Silver Cutlery Piece: A Butter Knife in the Rope Pattern

This Georg Jensen sterling silver butter knife was made in the Rope Pattern. It bears Georg Jensen's silver mark, full Danish hallmarks for Copenhagen 1929 and also... More Details & Photos

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A Stunning Art Deco Silver Bowl Centerpiece: Possibly R E Stone

This magnificent Art Deco silver bowl was made in London 1929 by Henry Hobson Plante, silversmith to the Royal Family. It is of exceptional quality, entirely hand... More Details & Photos

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A Sterling Arts and Crafts Silver Kitchen Pepper

This highly unusual Sterling Silver kitchen pepper is a wonderful example of late Arts and Crafts silver. It is totally unmarked, but certainly English Sterling... More Details & Photos

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A rare Victorian Novelty Silver Mr Toby Pepper Pot by James Barclay Hennel

This rare and collectable silver pepper was made in London and bears hallmarks for 1880. The maker is James Barclay Hennell. These peppers were made in association... More Details & Photos

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An Arts and Crafts Silver Mustard Pot by A E Jones

This pretty little antique silver mustard pot was made by the renowned Arts and Crafts silversmith, A E Jones. It is hallmarked for Birmingham 1904, very early for... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Arts and Crafts Silver Candlesticks by James Dixon and Sons

This set of Sterling Silver Arts and Crafts candlesticks were made by James Dixon and Sons in Sheffield 1947, and bear full English silver hallmarks for this date.... More Details & Photos

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A Set of Samson Morden Novelty Silver Menu Holders in the form of Crab Claws

This highly unusual set of novelty silver menu holders are fashioned in the form of crabs claws! They were made in Chester 1904 by Samson Morden and are of excellent... More Details & Photos

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An American Art Nouveau Silver Bowl by Whiting

This Magnificent American Sterling silver bowl is by Whiting, and of super quality. The very ornate Art Nouveau silver decoration is in very high relief, and the... More Details & Photos

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An 18th Century French Beaker: Paris 1777

This beautiful little 18th century French silver Beaker was made in Paris in 1777 and is of lovely quality. It stands approximately 6.5 cm tall and is 7cm wide.... More Details & Photos

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A British Colonial Silver Mug: Chinese Export?

This charming Colonial silver mug is something of a mystery! It is of early 19th century manufacture. It is well made, and of good gauge. The initials would point... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of American Sterling Silver Tea Caddies

This stunning pair of Sterling Silver tea caddies are marked Sterling for Carrington and Company, New York. This is a retailers stamp. Carrington were, in fact,... More Details & Photos

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An Antique Ottoman Silver filigree Box

This pretty little silver box was made in the Ottoman territory, although I cannot be certain where. It is not North African, but may possibly be Armenian or Greek... More Details & Photos

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An Old Sheffield Plate Sugar Bowl and Cover by Matthew Boulton

This beautiful and rare piece of Old Sheffield Plate was made by Matthew Boulton. It was made circa 1780, most likely before 1782, as it is completely unmarked.... More Details & Photos

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An Ottoman Silver snuff Box. Niello: possibly 18th Century Turksh Silver?

This beautiful and heavy gauge little box is quite charming. It is Ottoman silver, with geometric Niello designs, and I believe it may be 18th century, but perhaps... More Details & Photos

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A Fine German Silver Table Snuff Box with Enamel Scene

This magnificent engraved silver snuff box was made in Germany circa 1900 and is of beautiful quality. It is finely engraved with rococo scrolls and heraldic shields... More Details & Photos

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A Large Victorian Silver Rose Bowl

This fine Victorian silver bowl is of beautiful design and quality. The condition of the chasing is excellent. It was made in London 1862, and weighs approximately... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Georg Jensen Silver Sterling Sugar Nips

These beautiful little sugar nips were made by Georg Jensen silver, in Copenhagen c1938. They bear Swedish Import marks for 1938. They are rather like Blossom pattern,... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Georg Jensen Silver Acanthus Pattern Butter Knives

A beautiful pair of sterling silver butter knives made by Georg Jensen in the famous Acanthus Pattern.This pattern is one of the most recognised of Georg Jensen... More Details & Photos

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An Antique Sterling Silver flatware set in the Old English Pattern

Here we offer a beautiful set of sterling silverware. This beautiful sterling silver cutlery set of English silver flatware was made in Sheffield by John Round.... More Details & Photos

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A Renaissance Style Cellini Claret Jug

This magnificent Victorian Period jug or ewer was made in Germany circa 1880, and is of fabulous quality.Heavily influenced by the Renaissance silversmiths, this... More Details & Photos

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18th or 19th Century Finnish silver tumbler cup Turku

This little tumbler cup was made in the late 18th to the mid 19th century in Turku, Finland. Of a typical Scandinavian form, this lovely little tumbler cup... More Details & Photos

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18th Century English Silver Filigree Counter Box: Georgian

This beautiful little Georgian counter box was made in England and is of a type generally found in the mid to latter part of the 18th century.As you can see it... More Details & Photos

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Charles II Silver Porringer, London 1663- 17th Century

James Baldwin Antiques is pleased to offer this stunning little piece of early English silver, A Porringer or Caudle Cup made by TP between two pellets, London 1663. The... More Details & Photos

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A 19th Century silver tray c1820: Russian? Austrian?

This beautiful silver tray is of wonderful shaped form, and has highly unusual spiral handles.It is of wonderful craftsmanship, hand raised, and has a lovely... More Details & Photos

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A Georg Jensen Bead Pattern Serving Slice/ Spoon

This beautiful Bead Pattern serving slice was made by Georg Jensen in Copenhagen, Denmark, 1924.This design was by Georg Jensen himself, and dates to 1907. The... More Details & Photos

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A Set of 6 Georg Jensen Silver and Enamel Teaspoons

This beautiful set of teaspoons were made by Georg Jensen circa 1960.Each spoon is silver gilt, and beautifully enamelled. This design is by Tias Ekhoff, and is... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Georg Jensen Silver Sugar Tongs: Acorn Pattern

These stunning sugar tongs were made by Georg Jensen in Copenhagen, Denmark, 1923.This design was by the renowned Johan Rhode, and dates to 1916. It bears the mark... More Details & Photos

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A Russian Cloisonné Enamel Caddy Spoon- Gustaf Klingert

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

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A set of 4 Boxed Georg Jensen Silver Salts- Acanthus Pattern

This beatiful set of silver salts and spoons was made by Georg Jensen in Copenhagen, Denmark.The Acanthus pattern was by the renowned Johan Rhode, and dates to... More Details & Photos

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An Early German Silver Box- Nuremberg c1720

This beautiful Nuremberg box was made circa 1720 and is of lovely quality. Both delicate and exhuberant, the box is chased all over with very finely rendered Baroque... More Details & Photos

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A set of Elkington Victorian candlesticks c1860

This beautiful pair of cast silver plate candlesticks were made by Elkington circa 1860, and are of excellent quality. The candlesticks measure 11 inches in height... More Details & Photos

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A Norwegian Silver Beaker Bergen 1843

This rare and beautiful Norwegian silver beaker was made in Bergen in 1843 and is of lovely quality.Norwegian silver is both fine and rare, very much the secret... More Details & Photos

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A pair of Victorian Shakespere Framed Plaques in the Dutch 17th Century Style

This is a pair of Victorian Electrotype plaques which depict scenes from William Shakespeare's 'The Merchant of Venice'. They are made c1860 but in the style of... More Details & Photos

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A set of Victorian Silver Plate and Ivory Fruit Knives and Forks

This stunning set of fruit cutlery for 12 persons was made in England circa 1860, by Joseph Rodgers and Sons and is of the finest quality. The handles are wonderfully... More Details & Photos

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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

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A Sterling Silver flatware set of Georg Jensen silver Cutlery in the Acanthus Pattern

This beautiful sterling silver cutlery set is made in the Acanthus Pattern. It comprises of sterling silverware for 8 persons made by Georg Jensen. It consists of... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Silver Plate Tray with feet, circa 1870

This beautiful Engraved, Victorian Silver Plate Tray was made c1870.The tray is of a useful size, and very fine quality. It could be used for a three piece tea... More Details & Photos

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A pair of English Silver Sterling Candlesticks

These lovely Queen Anne Style Candlesticks were made by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd in Sheffield, 1912. They are Octagonal based with diamond facets, which... More Details & Photos

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A Russian Cloisonné Enamel Dish by Ovchinnikov

This stunning Russian Silver and Cloisonné enamel dish was made by Ovchinnikov in 1876. Cloisonné is an ancient technique for decorating metalwork... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Viennese Enamel and Austrian SilverPatch Box

This fine and beautiful little Viennese Enamel patch box was made in Austria circa 1880 and is of excellent quality. It depicts a wonderfully rendered 18th... More Details & Photos

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A Danish Silver Tablespoon made in Copenhagen by Evald Nielsen in 1917

A Danish Silver Table Spoon made in Copenhagen by Evald Nielsen c1917.The spoon measures 20cm in length and wieghs 59.2g.The condition is excellent with no damage... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Victorian Sterling Silver Salts made 1880

A Pair of Victorian Sterling Silver Salts made in London by James Barclay Hennellin 1880.These salts are very much in the classical adams style with swags,... More Details & Photos

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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

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A Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Entree Dish on Stand made c1820

This magnificent Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Entree Dish on Stand was made c1820. It really is a beautiful piece of Old Sheffield Plate (As i hope my pictures can... More Details & Photos

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A Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Teapot made c1820

This Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Teapot was made c1820 and is a 1760's reproduction. It has silver edges around the lid and a very fine handle. It also has slight... More Details & Photos

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A Mappin & Webb Pride Pattern 4pc Teaset by David Mellor

This stunning 4 piece tea set was made by Mappin & Webb and designed by the renowned David Mellor, in his famous Pride Pattern, c1960.Each piece is in... More Details & Photos

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A Sterling Silver Jam Spoon made by Georg Jensen: Pattern 41

This charming and unusual Jam spoon was made by Georg Jensen in Denmark c1930, the design is simply known as  'Pattern 41'. It really is an elegant and quality... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Silver Claret Jug made in London by Horace Woodward & Co in 1898

This Victorian Sterling Silver Claret Jug was made in London by Horace Woodward & Co in 1898. It is in magnificent condition, beautifully chased, with... More Details & Photos

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A Sterling Silver Replica of the Hertford Elizabethian Chalice made by Gerrard & Co in 1972

This Silver Chalice is a Replica of 'The Hertford Elizabethan Chalice' to commemorate the 1300th anniversary of the first ever national church assembly held... More Details & Photos

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A Set of 4 Silver Salts by Elkington & Co

This set of 4 Gilt Silver Plate Salts were made by Elkington & Co c1910. They are in excellent condition, with no damage or repair and measure 5cm wide and... More Details & Photos

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A 17th century Charles II Silver Tumbler Cup

This exceptionally rare 17th century Charles II Tumbler Cup was made in London, 1683. It has a very distinctive snakeskin (Or mattwork) around the body which... More Details & Photos

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A Sterling Silver Pastry / Tomato Server in the Bead Pattern by Georg Jensen

This Sterling Silver Bead Pattern Pastry/Tomato Server was made by Georg Jensen in Denmark and bears the 1915-1930 mark as well as swedish import marks.It... More Details & Photos

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A Duchess of Sutherland Arts & Crafts Bell c1900

This magnificent Arts & Crafts Bell was made by the Duchess of Sutherland's Cripples Guild, c1900.The bell is silver on brass, while the handle is silver on... More Details & Photos

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A George V Sterling Silver Shell and Gadroon Border Salver 1921

This George V Sterling Silver Shell and Gadroon border salver was made in London by George Howson, in 1921.The Salver wieghs 2.32kgs and measures 46cm in width... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Four Piece Silver Tea Set

This Victorian Four Piece Silver Tea Set was mad in London by Henry Holland (of Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater) in 1855. It has 'Ivorine' Insulators and sharp... More Details & Photos

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A French Victorian Electrotype Casket : Medieval copy

This French Victorian Electrotype casket is a copy of an 11th century medieval one. The original may have been carved ivory or it could have been a relique. The... More Details & Photos

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A Silver Dinner Fork in the Acorn Pattern by Georg Jensen

This Acorn Pattern Silver Dinner Fork was made in Denmark by Georg Jensen and bears the mark for 1933-44.The piece is in excellent condition, with no damage or... More Details & Photos

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A Silver Grapefruit Spoon in the Acorn Pattern by Georg Jensen

This Acorn Pattern Silver Grapefruit Spoon was made in Denmark by Georg Jensen and bears the mark for 1945-51.The piece is in excellent condition, with no damage... More Details & Photos

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An Arts & Crafts Silver Pin Tray by A.E Jones

This Silver Arts & Crafts Pin Tray was made in Birmingham by A.E Jones in 1928. The tray is in excellent condition with no damage or repair and measures 8cm... More Details & Photos

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A Silver Serving Spoon in the Acorn Pattern by Georg Jensen

This Acorn Pattern Silver Serving Spoon was made by Georg Jensen in Denmark and bear swedish Import Marks, c1932-44The spoons measure 20cm and weighs 79g . More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Four Piece Teaset and Tray c1870

This, engraved, Victorian Silver Plate 4 piece tea set and tray were made c1870. The teaset, compriseing of a teapot, coffeepot, sugar bowl and cream jug, are all... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Silver Plate Inkwell by Elkington

This silver plate and parcel gilt Inkwell stand was made c1850 It doesnt have the Elkington foundry mark but i have handled Elkington marked pieces like this... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Silver Plate Basket c1820

This beautiful Victorian Silver Plate swing handle basket was made c1820. It is of excellent quality, the chasing is still sharp and crisp while the border is solid... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Silver Plate Neo-Classical Engraved Wine Ewer c1860

A hand engraved Victorian Silver Plate wine ewer made c1860, the engravings of what appear to be greek goddesses are particularly nice and pleasing to the eye.The... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Cast Victorian Silver Plate Candlesticks by Elkington c1859

This magnificent pair of Victorian Silver Plate cast candlesticks were made by the renowned Elkington & Co. An identical pair of these sticks is currently... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Silver Plate Neo-Classical Wine Ewer c1870

This ornately hand engraved Victorian Silver Plate wine ewer is of neo-classical form and is of excellent quality.The ewer measures 29cm tall and 17cm wide. It... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Silver Plated Tea Kettle c1875

This Victorian Tea Kettle on stand was made by George Richmond Collings & Co c1875. It is of fantastic quality, beautifully hand engraved with a very elegant... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Silver Tankard by Carrington & Co

This Silver Tankard was made in London by Carrington & Co in 1899. It is of excellent size and weight and has a beautiful armorial engraving on the front and... More Details & Photos

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An Antique English silver flatware set for 12 Persons Fiddle & Thread

This Sterling Silver Cutlery Set was made in London by George Adams. All the pieces are Victorian silver and are all identical in design, quality and size. However... More Details & Photos

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A Sterling Silver Cream Jug by Gerog Jensen

This stunning, hand planished, Cream Jug bears Jensen's post 1945 hallmarks.The design of this piece is down to Harald Nielsen whom after joining the Georg Jensen... More Details & Photos

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A Boxed Silver Fruit Service for 18 People

This Sterling Silver fruit service, for 18, was made in London by Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater in 1902. The quality of the engraving and the standard of manufacture... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Chinese Silver Cinnabar Vases

These Chinese Cinnabar Lacquer Vases are something to behold and i believe them to be c1900. Each vase is expertly adorned with intricately detailed landscapes,... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Wine Coasters

This pair of pierced Old Sheffield Plate coasters were made c1780 and are of  neo-classical style while the bases are ebony.The condition is excellent, no... 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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A Victorian Silver Cream Jug

This Cream Jug was made by Pair Point Brothers, it is marked for London and dated 1899.This lovely cream jug is made in the Georgian manner.  Originally jugs... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Georgian Silver Asparagus Tongs in the Fiddle Pattern

These Fiddle Pattern Silver Asparagus Tongs were made by William Knight II with marks for London and dated 1822.They are of Georgian silver, excellent quality... More Details & Photos

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A Georgian Gold Mounted Portrait Minature

This charming little portrait miniature is mounted in gold (18ct) and is approximately 6cm by 4cm. It dates to circa 1790 and is beautifully painted. There is... More Details & Photos

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An Art Nouveau Trophy Cup

This 3 handled trophy cup/wine cooler, bearing the engraving 'Britannia Stakes' was made by Skinner & Co with marks for London and dated 1904.It is beautifully... More Details & Photos

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A Set of 8 Modernist Menu Holders by Christopher Lawrence

These beautiful silver gilt place card/ name card holders (usually referred to in the trade as menu holders, somewhat erroneously in my opinion!) are made by the... More Details & Photos

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A Silver Flatware Set of 8 sterling silver Tea Spoons made by Georg Jensen in the Acanthus Pattern

These 8 Acanthus Pattern Tea spoons were made in Denmark and bear the post 1945 Georg Jensen hallmark. They are of lovely design, utterly charming and beautifully... More Details & Photos

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A Silver Flatware Set of Georg Jensen Silver Salad Servers in the Acanthus Pattern

This set of Georg Jensen Silver Salad Servers was made in Denmark and it has English Import Marks for London 1949. The Silver salad Servers have silver... 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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A Georgian Silver Straining Spoon

This rather rare Silver Straining Spoon was made by Peter & Anne Bateman in London and is dated 1798.This Straining spoon is in the Old English Pattern with... More Details & Photos

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A Victorian Sterling Silver 3 Piece Tea Set

This Tea Set is by Francis Boone Thomas and is made in London, c1894.Each piece displays a striking Armorial Crest and is of half fluted style. The terminal of... More Details & Photos

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A Georgian Silver Gilt Sugarbox

This magnificent silver gilt box is both rare and highly unusual. It was made by William Brown in London, 1830.It is, in fact, a faithful reproduction of a Charles... More Details & Photos

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A Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Salver circa 1780

This charming Old Sheffield Plated salver bears a fine Armorial engraving and initials, is 9 inches diameter and in lovely condition. It has a fine antique patina,... More Details & Photos

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A Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Flatware set in the Acanthus Pattern

This large and stunning sterling silver flatware set was made by Georg Jensen in Copenhagen, and bears import marks for London 1952. It is in the Acanthus Pattern,... More Details & Photos

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A pair of Old Sheffield Plate beakers

This fine pair of Old Sheffield Plated beakers were made circa 1800 and are of excellent quality. They have a beautiful antique patina, and a Scottish crest. This... More Details & Photos

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Silver cream jug by Georg Jensen

A stunning and rare cream jug by the famous silversmithy Georg Jensen. This jug was designed by Johan Rode c1908, but this particular example is circa 1950, when... More Details & Photos

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An Aesop's Fable Dish by A E Jones

This beautiful quaiche is by the famous Arts and Craftssilversmith, A E Jones and depicts the fable of the fox and the grapes. It is of lovely quality, hand planished... More Details & Photos

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A Charming George II Sparrow Beak Cream Jug

This stunning little Georgian creamjug is of "Sparrow Beak" form, often also called a pitcher cream jug. It is in wonderful condition with a beautiful soft patina... More Details & Photos

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A SILVER SUGAR BASKET BY CHRISTOPHER DRESSER

This wonderful and rare silver sugar basket was designed by Dr Christopher Dresser for Heath and Middleton. Of typical Dresser style it is both elegant and thoroughly... More Details & Photos

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A Rare Regency Travelling Ink Well

This is a really superb piece of Georgian collectible silver. It is the earliest travelling ink well I have ever seen, 1824 by J Riley. It is in the regency style,... More Details & Photos

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A Pair of Arts & Crafts Mustard Pots by A.E. Jones

Mustard PotsWeight 159 gramsHeight approx. 6 cmWidth approx. 8.5 cm including the handleMaker A.E. Jones. Edwardian 1918. 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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An Arts & Crafts Mug by R.E. Stone

This stylish Arts & Crafts silver mug was made in London in 1951 by R.E. Stone. It is in excellent condition with no damage or repair.The mug stands at approximately... More Details & Photos

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An Arts & Crafts dish by Georg Jensen

This fine and rare Georg Jensen dish was made in Denmark circa 1925. It is in excellent condition and of rare form, having pattern number 42. There is no damage... More Details & Photos

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A Bell by Georg Jensen

This Georg Jensen bell was made in Denmark circa 1930. An exceptionally rare bell with ebony inserts in the handle. It is beautifully hand-crafted and of superb... More Details & Photos

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A Beautiful Pair of Old Sheffield Plate Wine Coasters

Made in Circa 1825 by This wonderful pair of Old Sheffield wine coasters are of lovely quality and charming design. Both functional and decorative they would grace... 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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A Georgian silver Pap Boat

Made in London 1750 by Thomas JeannesPap boats were originally intended for feeding babies and invalids, and thus are of interest to collectors of medial antiques... More Details & Photos

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A Georgian Hester Bateman Silver Meat Skewer

Made in 1787 by Hester BatemanMade in London 1787 this fine meat skewer was made by the Queen of English silversmithing. It measures 13 inches long and is 3 oz Troy... More Details & Photos

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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

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A silver tea set by Robert Welch

Made in London 1990 by Robert WelchThis superb silver tea set was made by the renowned designer Robert Welch in London 1990. A contemporary of David Mellor and Gerald... More Details & Photos

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An Arts and Crafts Bowl by Liberty and Co

Made in Birmingham 1911 by Liberty and CoThis beautiful bowl is of simple hand hammered form so typical of the Arts and Crafts movement.Measurements4 1/2 inches... More Details & Photos

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An Old Sheffield Plate Wax Jack

Made in Circa 1785 by A beautiful and rare silver Wax Jack made in Old Sheffield Plate, and of the desirable and rare "beehive form".Measurements6 inches tall More Details & Photos