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A George III silver bread basket , by Paul Storr, London 1812, the handle with stylised foliate designs and a neoclassical wreath to the cent...

A George IV silver bread basket , by Paul Storr, London, 1821, the fluted handle attached to a rounded rectangular rim with a gadrooned edge a...

A pair of Georgian silver entrée dishes and covers on heated stands, by Joseph Craddock & William Ker Reid, London 1820, with foliate shell c...

A large composite King's pattern silver cutlery set , principally London 1820, comprising: 44 dinner forks, of which 32 by George Turner and...

A pair of Elizabeth II silver gilt figural candelabra, by C J Vander Ltd., London 1962, cast in the rococo style with twin removable branche...

A George III silver oval tea caddy, by Robert Hennell I, London 1780, with a pineapple finial on a locking lid, the sides bright cut and engr...

A pair of silver sauce boats, London 1756, maker's mark rubbed, each with 'C' scroll handle and raised on three hoof feet, engraved with init...

A George III silver sugar caster, by John Delmester, London 1763, of baluster form, the engraved pierced cover above a plain body and a sprea...

A set of four George III silver salts, by Henry Chawner, London 1795, each of urn form with a squared handle to either side, reeded rim and o...

A set of six George III silver open salts , by Joseph Craddock and William Ker Reid, London 1820, each of squat form with gadrooned edge, gil...

A George III silver ladle, by George Smith III, London 1776 , old English pattern, with shell bowl and bright cut, engraved handle, crest eng...

A pair of George III silver wine coasters, by Robert Hennell, London 1777, each with pierced and bright-cut engraved galleries, hardwood bas...

A George II silver mug, by Isaac Cookson, Newcastle 1753, of spreading circular form, with an 'S' scroll handle, on a plain spreading foot, ...

A set of four George III silver wine labels by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, London 1784/1785, engraved with 'Madeira', 'Sherry', 'Port' a...

A George III silver chamberstick , by Elizabeth Jones, London 1792, with a detachable sconce, conical snuffer, and heraldic engraving, 9.5cm h...

A George III silver mug, by John Langlands, Newcastle 1798,with 'S' scroll handle, central girdle and engraved initials,17.5cm high, 19ozt approxi...

A George III silver waiter, by IC, London 1776, with a gadroon moulded and shaped border, on three hoof feet, 16cm diameter, 7ozt

A Georgian 15ct gold and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knife,the blade and mounts gold, the handles with inset dots and ovals, in a gilt tooled gr...

A French gold and mother-of-pearl fruit knife,of Berge type, with silver and steel blades, the steel one stamped with a trident, the grip diagonal...

A Georgian silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knife and fork, lion passant and duty marks (only), with bright-cut decoration, the handles...

A mother-of-pearl and silver folding fruit knife and fork set,Georgian duty mark and lion passant only, back of blades engraved, in a red leather ...

Three silver folding fruit knives, the handles with all-over engraving, the first two by Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1892 and 1901, in ...

Three silver and mother-of-pearl combination folding fruit knives, the first by William Needham, Sheffield 1902 and 1903, with orange peeler,...

Three silver and mother-of-pearl combination folding fruit knives, the first with nutpick and with engraved handles. by M..B.., Birmingham 188...

Three silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit forks and a knife,the first with lion passant and duty marks (only) the handles wtih silver dot and...

Four silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives and forks,the first a pair, c.1800, with lion passant and duty marks (only), each with engrav...

Five silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives and a fork, the first, with double-sided silver crown cap and carved anthemion handles, b...

Four silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives, the first,with orange peeler, inscribed 'Patent Orange Peeler rd. 399455', by William Ne...

Six silver-mounted folding fruit knives and forks in cases, the first, a knife with lion passant and incuse duty mark for 1784/85 , with mould...

Five silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives,the first, with lion passant and duty marks (only), with engraved blade back and ribbed handl...

Three silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives and a fork, the first, with diagonal ribbing, by John Yeomans Cowlishaw, Sheffield 1869,...

Five silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives and a fork, the first, of fan shape, the small steel blade stamped 'GR' and 'Rodgers', Sh...

Four silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives, the first, a dividing knife and fork pair, inscribed 'J Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, patent ...

Six silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives, the first, with engraved handles and owner's initials, by Henry Atkin & John Oxley, Sheff...

Six silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives, the first, with engraved blade backs and engraved foliate and silver dot handles, by Thom...

Nine silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives, the first, with engraved blade and handles. by Samuel Roberts (possibly), Sheffield 1829...

Six silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives, the first, with engraved diamond pattern, inscribed 'Josephine', by Joseph Mappin & Son, ...

Five silver and tortoiseshell folding fruit knives, the first, with moulded handle, Sheffield 1825, the second, with lion passant and duty ...

Eight silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives, the first, Sheffield 1814, the second, with engraved blade backs and handles, initiall...

Six silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives, the first, with lion passant and duty marks (only) the blade with presentation monograms ,...

Six silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives, the first one, large, with lion passant and duty marks (only) with plain handle, the sec...

Five silver, mother-of-pearl and horn folding fruit knives, a penknife and two others, the first, with lion passant and duty mark (only) with h...

Six silver and mother- of-pearl folding fruit knives, the first, with lion passant and duty marks (only) with silver gilt blade, the second,...

Six silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives, the first, with lion passant and duty marks (only) with engraved blade backs, the handles ...

Five various silver folding fruit knives and a fork, the first, unhallmarked, with two blades and horn handles, inscribed 'Huett Johnson 27 Mar...

Five silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives, the first, with double struck duty mark for 1797/1798 and lion passant, the second, wit...

Six folding fruit knives with silver and steel double blades,the first, French of Berge type, with tortoiseshell and mother-of-pearl handles, inla...

Five silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives, the first, and largest, with engraved blade and handles, with iron mounts, the second, wi...

Four Victorian carved mother-of-pearl and silver folding fruit knives, each with shaped and engraved handles and in a leather case, the first,...

A comprehensive George V silver twelve-setting canteen of cutlery, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield 1910, each piece with bright-cut tie...

A Victorian silver fiddle and thread pattern cutlery service, by Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield 1868 , comprising: 9 dinner forks, 9 dessert...

A set of four silver candlesticks, by Hunt & Roskell, Late Storr & Mortimer, London 1891, the Corinthian columns with detachable sconces on s...

An 18th century French silver pear-shaped coffee pot , Paris 1783-1789, maker's mark unidentified, S.C. over R.D. separated by a crown, heart a...

A Russian silver teapot, assay master Aleksandr Ilbich Yashinov, St Petersberg, 1818-1864, of half reeded oval form with a carved ivory 'C' ...

A George VI silver salver, by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd., London 1937, of shaped circular form, with a gadrooned border and raised on hoof s...

An extensive George V hallmarked silver tea and coffee set , by the Goldsmiths' & Silversmiths' Co. Ltd., Sheffield 1924, each item of plain o...

A George III three-piece silver tea set, by Naphtali Hart, London 1815, the teapot with an urn-shaped finial decorated in relief with a folia...

A George V silver three-light Corinthian column candelabrum , by William Adams Ltd., Birmingham 1933 , the removable twin scrolling branches w...

A Victorian silver melon-shaped teapot, by Edward, John & William Barnard, London 1837, with melon body over an engraved body, the 'C' scrol...

A part set of Victorian silver fiddle pattern cutlery , by Thomas Hart Stone, Exeter 1866, comprising: 6 table forks, 6 dessert spoons and for...

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