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SILVER
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Set of Four George III Silver Candlesticks
In truly wonderful condition and fit to grace any dinner table, this extremely handsome set of four Adam style silver candlesticks were made in Sheffield by John Parsons & Co in 1787/88.
There are decorated with cascades of foliage, flowers and plain cartouches, there are no armorials.


Size:
Diameter of base - 5.5" (14cms)
Height - 12" (31cms)
Ref: 28909
Price: £7,750
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Pair of Adam Style Silver Candlesticks -11.3"
Very handsome pair of Edwardian silver candlesticks, Grecian style bowl with removable sconces above a fluted oval column and standing on a fluted base, they made in Sheffield in 1904 by William Hutton & Sons Ltd.
They are in excellent condition. I have another pair that were made around the same time but which are smaller at 8.5" - they make an attractive set of four.
See the pictures.
Size:
Height - 11.3" (29cms)
Width - 5.75" (17cms)
Depth - 4.6" (11.5cms)
Ref: 30577
Price: £1,295
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Edwardian 4 Piece Silver Tea Service
Hallmarked for Sheffield in 1905 and made by Hawkesworth Eyre & Co Ltd, the tea set comprises a teapot, hot water pot (or coffee pot), milk jug and sugar bowl in a plain elegant style, it is in excellent condition.

Size
Teapot - 10.5" (27cms) wide x 5.5" (14cms) high
Hot Water - 8" (20cms) x 7" (18cms)
Milk Jug - 5" (12cms) x 3.5" (9cms)
Sugar Bowl - 6" (15cms) x 3" (7.5cms)

Total weight - 65.6oz (1745g)
Ref: 30227
Price: £1,225
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Art Nouveau Silver Tea Service
Made by the Pairpoint Brothers (John & Frank) in London in 1901, this fabulous baluster shaped octagonal tea set with ribbed neck is in excellent condition.
Comprising Tea Pot, Milk Jug and a large Sugar Bowl each piece is inscribed with an ornate "D".

Size
Tea Pot - Width (handle to spout) 9.5" (24cms)
Height - 7.5" (19cms)
Milk Jug - 5" (12.5cms) x 5.5" (14cms)
Sugar Bowl - 7" (17.5cms) x 4.5" (11.5cms)

Total weight - 53.9oz (1529g)
Ref: 30229
Price: £995
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Victorian Silver Tea Service
Made by Hunt & Roskell, the company which had previously been Storr & Mortimer, this is hallmarked for London in 1869/70.
The tea set is generally in excellent condition and the gilding on the milk jug and sugar bowl is particularly fine.

Size:
Teapot - Handle to spout - 11" (28cms)
Height - 6" (15cms).
Milk Jug - 4.5" x 4" (10x10 cms)
Sogar Bowl - 6.5" x 4" (16x10cms)

Weight 48.9oz (1321g)
Ref: 30271
Price: £925
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Art Deco Period Silver 3 Piece Tea Set
An elegant art deco period silver tea service presented in beautiful condition, bearing hallmarks for London 1923 with prestigious maker's name & address to the base of each piece: The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ld. 112 Regent Street W.
Of circular form with classical styling and subtle pattern work typical of the period, this 3-piece tea set appears to have had little use.
The teapot has a walnut Bakelite handle and matching lid pull, with attractive fluted spout. The twin handle sugar bowl is of a generous proportion and would accommodate sugar tongs or serving spoon.The milk or cream jug is elegantly fashioned with a fluted spout.

Size:
Teapot height: 16cm /6.25"; length: 27.3cm / 10.75", diameter (at widest point) 15cm / 6"
Bowl height: 7cm / 2.75"; width: 15cm / 6"; diameter (at widest point) 10cm / 4"
Jug height: 10cm / 4"; length 12cm / 4.75"; diameter (at widest point) 7cm / 2.75"
Ref: 30578
Price: £895
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Set of Four Silver Salts
Made by the celebrated Silversmiths Hunt & Roskell (previously Storr & Mortimer) and hallmarked for London in 1845, this elegant set of silver salts with blue glass liners, gadrooned edges and standing on 3 acanthus leaf feet, they are in excellent condition and will add style to any dinner table.
The salts carry the armorial and motto of the Lane family "Garde Le Roy" translated as "Protector of the King" which they earned by hiding Charles II from Oliver Cromwell and the Parliamentarians during the Civil War.

Size:
Diameter - 3" (7.5cms)
Height - 2" (5cms)
Silver weight - 540g (17.4 Troy ounces)
Ref: 30443
Price: £825
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Pair of Adam Style Silver Candlesticks - 8.5"
Another very handsome pair of Edwardian silver candlesticks, Grecian style bowl with removable sconces above a fluted oval column and standing on a fluted base, these were made in London in 1902 by James Charles Jay.
They are in excellent condition. I have another pair that were made around the same time but which are larger at 11.3" - they make an attractive set of four.
See the pictures.

Size:
Height - 8.5" (22cms)
Width - 4.65" (12cms)
Depth - 3.5" (9cms)
Ref: 30581
Price: £795
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Regency Silver Wine Funnel - Exeter 1820
Made at the end of the reign of George III and hallmarked for George Ferris of Exeter in 1820, this large size silver wine funnel is very rare. It has a clip for locating the funnel in the jug and breaks into two pieces for ease of cleaning. It has a few dents and dings but generally it is in excellent condition.

Size:
Height - 5.75" (14.5cm)
Diameter - 3.75" (9.5cm)
Ref: 30580
Price: £765
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Large Silver Punch Bowl
Hallmarked for London and 1905, the maker's mark is not decipherable, this substantial bowl with its scrolled top has an armorial on the side and was given as a wedding present. (there is a dedication on the base).
It is in excellent condition.

Size
Diameter - 8" (20cms)
Height - 5.5" (14cms)

Weight - 19.2oz (545g)
Ref: 30230
Price: £525
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19th Century Silver Plated Serving Tray
In great condition, having just been re-plated, this Victorian serving tray has ornate shell and scroll handles, a foliate border and is chaste with swags, sways and flowers, it stands on four scroll feet.

Size;
Width - Handle to handle - 26.5" (67.5cms)
Tray - 21.5" (55cms) x 16.5" (42cms)
Height - 2" (5cms)
Ref: 30558
Price: £495
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12 Silver Fiddle Pattern Dinner Forks
Hallmarked for George Jamieson, London, 1840 and also for Samuel Hayne and Dudley Cater, Aberdeen. Each has initials "AR" on handle.
In excellent condition.

Size:
Length - 8" (20cms)

Total weight - 875g
Ref: 30524
Price: £395
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Art Deco Silver Sugar Sifter and Cream Jug
Beautifully designed with elegant clean lines this art deco cream jug and sugar sifter were made by Adie Brothers of Birmingham in 1932. Both pieces are in excellent condition.

Size:
Height - Cream Jug 4.5" (11.5cms)
Sgar Sifter 5" (12.5cms)

Weight - 10.5oz (297g)
Ref: 30237
Price: £375
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Cased Silver Porringer and Spoon
A christening present for "Eleanora" , made and sold by Robert Stewart of Glasgow in 1907 this silver porringer and spoon appears never to have been used and is in superb condition.

Size
Bowl diameter - 4.75" (12cms)
Height - 2" (5cms)

Silver weight - 8.4oz (238g)
Ref: 30234
Price: £295
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Mappin & Webb Silver Plated Spirit Kettle
Top quality late 19th or early 20th century oval baluster shaped silver plated spirit kettle complete with locking pegs and spirit burner, in exceptionally good condition with no dents or scratches. Marked on the base "Mappin & Webb Prince's Plate - Reg No 71552"

Size:
Height - 14" (36cms)
Width - 9" (23cms)
Depth - 5.5" (14cms)
Ref: 31111
Price: £295
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Cased Silver Sugar Tongs and Spoon, Exeter.
Hallmarked for Exeter and 1876 this pair of sugar tongs and (preserve?) spoon were made by Josiah Williams & Co are in excellent condition.

Size:
Length Spoon - 5.25" (13.5cms)
" Tongs - 5.25" (13.5cms)

Case - 7"x 3" (18x8 cms)
Ref: 30386
Price: £295
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Silver and Tortoiseshell Ink Blotter
Pretty and well made ink blotter with inlaid silver into a tortoiseshell plate and a silver handle, hallmarked for Birmingham, 1904 and made by Charles Penny Brown.

Size:
Width - 3.5" (9cms)
Depth - 2.25" (6cms)
Height - 2.5" (6.5cms)
Ref: 30515
Price: £275
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Cased Set of Four Silver Salts with Spoons
Hallmarked for Birmingham in 1900 and made by William Hutton & Sons these salts have fine repousse decoration of sways of foliage and flowers, they are in very good condition. Two spoons are the same date and maker, the other two are not but they are also silver.

Case Size:
Height - 3.5" (9cms)
Width - 8" (20cms)
Depth - 8" (20cms)

Total Silver Weight - 147g
Ref: 30872
Price: £265
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Silver Mustard Pot with Silver Spoon
Drum shaped mustard pot with Bristol Blue glass liner and silver spoon.
The pot has a military amorial on the lid and was made in London in 1833 by Edward, Edward Jnr, John and William Barnard.
The spoon is hallmarked for London 1805 and was made by Richard Crossley.

Size:
Mustard pot - Diameter - 3" (8cms) Height - 2.75" (7cms)
Spoon - Length - 4" (10cms) bowl diameter - 1.25" (3cms)
Ref: 30207
Price: £245
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2 Silver Salt, Pepper & Mustard Sets with Spoons
Everything you need for your next dinner party, two sets of silver condiments - one for each end of the table.
One set is hallmarked for Birmingham 1925, S. Pemberton., the other is a mixture, salt and pepper Birmingham 1928, Adie Bros, mustard Sheffied 1912 Walker & Hall. All have Bristol blue liners in excellent condition.

Total Weight - 355g
Ref: 30527
Price: £225
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