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Silver vesta hallmarked Birmingham 1890-1 George Unite & Sons, with leaf engraving and push button opening.
A Silver Fruit or Berry Spoon c1767
Silver Jelly Spoon with Green Man decoration 19c
A lovely Facet cut clear crystal scent bottle In very good condition with a screw silver top. Size = 90mm x 40mm x 28mm Victorian c1873 Thomas Jones Watson of London
It is not often you find a matching pair of silver topped English vesta or match strikers. They are in very good condition with no chips in the glass. The tops are Sterling silver and both are hall marked Birmingham c.1909 The makers mark could be Henry Sutton Bourne Each is 2 5/8" diameter ( 67 mm ) x 2 1/8" high ( 55 mm ) Free postage...
A shapely and delicate pair of sterling silver Georgian sugar nips in very good condition. Length 5 ins ( 128 mm ) Weight 37 gms Postage free within the UK
This beautifully crafted and decorated basket, the work of master craftsmen Joseph & Joseph Angell, features four motifs of the Green Man, with scroll and acanthus decoration. There are very clear hallmarks on two of the Green Man motifs and more on the handle. The ruby glass liner is not original but fits perfectly and enhances the beauty of the piece. Date: Circa 1843...
A superb example of the work of the renowned silversmith William Comyns, these beautifully pierced and embossed bon-bon dishes are an excellent representation of Victorian silversmithing at its best. Weight in total 28gms. Diameter 13cm. Height 5cm. Date: 1891
A solid silver sauceboat c.1915 Width 92 mm, Height 90 mm, Length 190mm Weight 231 gms Clearly marked Barraclough & Sons Sheffield c.1915 In superb condition.