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1771/18: A charming George III period solid SILVER BON-BON (or "sweetmeat") DISH, with a beaded swing handle and delightful pierced and engraved decoration. It is raised on a pierced oval base and is fully hallmarked for London 1805. 6.5ins (16.5cms) long. c.1805

dish, Georgian, object, Silver


1768/18: A fine late 18th century George III period oval SILVER TEAPOT STAND in lovely original condition. It features typical "bright" cut engraved decoration and is supported on four pretty reeded shaped feet. Fully hallmarked for London 1797, maker Walter Brind. 6.5ins ( 16.5cms) wide. c.1797

object, Silver, teapot, tray


1765/18: A good quality matched pair of hallmarked SILVER SALT & PEPPER POTS in fine condition. Of "Campana urn" design, these are heavy for their size, with substantial gauge silver having been used. Both feature pretty pierced lids, surmounted by finials, with 'gadroon' decoration around the upper rim, and both are engraved with "SALT" and "BLACK PEPPER" respectively. Both are by the same maker and are hallmarked for London 1916 and 1922. 4ins high; 2.5ins diameter (10 x 6.5cms) c.1916

object, pepper, salt, Silver


1763/18: A fine quality late 19th century SILVER SCENT BOTTLE by perhaps the most famous silver "smallwork" maker: Samson Mordan. Decorated with various birds perched amongst foliage, this is in excellent condition and is complete with its original glass stopper. Fully hallmarked for London 1896. 5.75cms high. c.1896

object, SamsonMordan, scent, Silver


1752/18: A wonderful quality and complete mid-19th century figured rosewood LADY's DRESSING CASE in pristine condition. The case is of beautifully figured timber, inlaid with brass stringing and opens to reveal the stunning interior. This comprises TEN bottles and jars, all with high quality silver tops, and a gorgeous tray of implements (some silver) to the front. Below is a removable tray for writing including silver-top ink bottles; jewellery compartments etc. with a further compartment below. Good easel mirror to the lid and document pouch with makers label for: Wells & Lambe of London. Hallmarked for London 1845. 12.5 x 9 x 5.5ins. *A very fine Dressing case indeed! c.1845

box, Dressing, object, Silver


1751/18: A very good quality and fully-fitted GENTLEMAN'S DRESSING CASE in lovely original condition. The well-figured brass-bound coromandel wood case opens to reveal the interior with NINE silver-topped bottles and jars, plus silver shaving brush; pair of razors and two pads of original tools. There are two spring-loaded drawers, one of which, in the base, is beautifully fitted for jewellery, whilst to the lid is the concealed mirror and leather-bound compartment for documents, letters etc.. The silver is hallmarked for London 1874. 12.5 x 9.5 x 8ins (32 x 24 x 20cms) c.1874

box, Dressing, object, Silver


1739/18: A good English George III hallmarked silver CHOCOLATE POT, of 'neo-classical' design, cast with swags to the ovoid shaped body; pretty cast spout; cast urn to the domed lid and raised on a reeded socle base. The original wooden handle is cracked through the shoulder. Fully Hallmarked for London 1789. 6.5ins (16.5cms) high. c.1789

coffee, object, pot, Silver


1697/18: A delightful late 19th century silver CREAM JUG & SUGAR BASIN in virtually "mint" condition ~ possibly unused. Of 'canister' design, both matching pieces are robust and very heavy guage with their solid "C" shaped handles, and attractive beaded decoration to the upper rim and lower edge. Hallmarked for Sheffield 1880. Both are 3ins ( 7.65cms) high; the sugar basin 5.5ins wide. *Priced for both pieces. c.1880

bowl, jug, object, Silver


1696/18: A lovely set of SIX French solid silver TEASPOONS in excellent condition and in their original presentation case. The design is typically Continental, with their pointed bowls and all are in fine, almost unused condition. Each spoon is marked for the "Premier" quality (950); town mark not yet researched. *This pointed bowl design makes these ideal for use as grapefruit spoons! c.1870

French, object, Silver, spoon


1668/18: A good quality early Victorian silver mounted CLARET JUG (or wine jug) in perfect condition by George Angell & Co. The silver collar and spout, with the integral handle, is cast with oval "cameos" to either side, whilst the spout features a character mask to its lower edge. Fully hallmarked to collar and to the hinged lid for London 1845. 10ins high. c.1845

claret, object, Silver, wine


1664/18: A good quality ~ and heavy ~ Russian SILVER CREAM JUG in excellent condition. Of 'classical' shape, and of substantial gauge, this good jug is decorated with stylised palmettes around the upper edge with gadrooning further below and an elegant shaped handle. It is supported on a pedestal leading to a square plinth base, where the hallmarks can be found. 6ins (15cms) high. c.1900

jug, object, Russian, Silver