Silver & Plated Ware736 lots with images
Viewing Notes9th June 11am to 4pm. 12th, 13th & 15th June 10am to 4pm. 16th June 11am to 4pm. Day of sale 8.30am to 10am.
Description: George III silver pair of open salts, each of cauldron shape with ribbed rim and raised above three stepped hoof feet, with replacement blue glass liners. Hallmarked David Hennell I & Robert Hennell I, London 1768, each also with impressed personal initials CBB. Rim diameter measures 2 3/8 inches (6 cm), combined weight 3.75 ozt (116.6 grams).View additional info »
Description: George III silver caster of baluster form with personal initial engraving, reeded border, pierced diaper engraved detachable cover and raised above a square footed base. Hallmarked Crispin Fuller London 1799. Height measuring 5 ¾ inches (14.5 cm), weight 3 ozt (95 grams).View additional info »
Description: A Victorian glass bottle with detachable silver base, scrolling handle, cork stopper and attached silver-gilt spoon, hallmarked Levi & Salaman Birmingham 1898. Together with two pairs of silver sugar nips hallmarked C E Williams Birmingham 1900 and Salaman Birmingham 1912. Gross weighable silver 26.2 grams. (3).View additional info »
Description: George II silver cruet stand, with central knopped stem leading to a scrolled handle with foliate and shell detail, the main frame of pentafoil shape with circular mounts for five casters or bottles, two smaller circular mounts and twin opposed asymmetrical cartouche containing an engraved armorial, the whole standing on four leaf capped scrolled legs terminating in shell feet. Hallmarked Samuel Wood, London 1745. Height including handle 9 1/4 inches (23.5 cm), weight 35.33 ozt (1099 grams).View additional info »
Description: Art Nouveau silver cream jug, embossed to each side with a stylised flower and curved leaves. Hallmarked Pearce & Sons London 1901. Height measuring 6 inches (15 cm), weight 6.5 ozt (203 grams).View additional info »