A fine example of mid-Victorian Naturalism. This is a silver plated egg stand in the form of tree branches, with the English registry mark for 1871. This set consists of the four silver plated 2-3/8" high eggcups and the cast metal 5-1/2" tall handled base with branches and leaves. The base measures 4-1/2" across, it has branch supports for four spoons (not present), and it has the registry mark on the bottom...
Arts & Crafts hammered sterling silver photo frame made by Clemens Friedell of Pasadena, California, circa 1915. Friedell was a noted craftsman who created finely chased silver for Gorham's Martele line in the early 1900's before opening his own studio. Elaborate chased monogram upon the frame's bottom. Dimensions: 9 1/4" W., 12" H frame; 6 7/8" W., 8 7/8" H. photo
Sterling silver picture frame. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Oval window with flat and engraved border of lowers and scrollwork. Tubular cartouche (vacant). For vertical display. With glass, silk lining, and stained wood back and hinged support. Hallmark includes pattern (no. 13316D) and director’s letter M (1873-91). Very good condition with nice patina.
Dimensions: Frame: H 8 7/8 x W 6 1/2 in. Window: H 7 1/2 x W 5 1/4 in. BM215
Magnificent classical sterling silver trophy cup on pedestal. Made by Garrard in London in 1919.
The cup has a curved and tapering bowl on short knopped stem terminating in round foot with chased foliage mounted to plain base. Reeded bracket handles with bearded face mounts. Vertical leaves applied to bottom part and egg-and-dart ornament on knop. Dome cover has chased foliage borders and figural finial in form of winged drapery-clad nymph holding a laurel wreath...
This lovely George III style salts are of unusually large size.
They have their original Bristol blue glass linings and bear the hallmarks for Birmingham 1871 and maker’s initials JB and GB Jonas and George Brown.
Both are in good condition one small dent can be seen.
Weight 146g excluding liners
This interesting salver is silver plate on copper with a silver armorial roundel inserted to the centre. It is of shell and scroll design raised on three knurl feet.
A lot of the silver has worn away due to many years of servants regularly polishing.
I purchased this from Mark Latham a friend for many years.
The plate is very worn and hasn’t been cleaned for a number of years nevertheless full of character
Size:26.5cm in diameter
The lid and handle of this hoof is hallmarked silver but I believe the feathering around the hoof is plate as is the shoe. I imagine this was an elderly well-loved horse by the condition. Hallmarks for Barnet Henry Joseph & Co of Frederick Street, Birmingham 1903
This set bear the hallmarks for London 1770, they were embossed with floral decoration during the Victorian era.
Each raised on three hoof feet...
The handles on this piece are in the form of horses heads, beautifully engraved with ‘The Singapore Turf Club’. Stamped to the base ‘Silver’, octagonal sides with a round graduated foot.
Most interesting for horse racing enthusiasts and admirers of The British Empire. Old price label to the underside.
Size: 13.5cm wide Weight: 96g
This most impressive set of four electroplated salts are modelled with a dolphin supporting a nautilus shell on base.
They really do look lovely set out on a dining table, of course two could be used for salt and two for pepper if so desired.
A nice set, both elegant and useful.
Dating from the British colonial rule of India. This Finely crafted piece is embossed
profusely with trailing vines and foliage. The neck rising to the chained stopper is
decorated with acanthus leaves.
A truly lovely piece of Indian Silver which I believe are greatly under rated and under-priced.
15 cm high (6"inches)
Import Marks for Edwin Thomas Bryant, continental marks also present, perhaps someone can advise?
A good solid example
Weight: 63g Length: 18.5cm
This fine pair of silver and steel buckles are beautifully made
The bead and dart decoration is very crisp and sparkles just as it should.
Both buckles bear double hallmarks for 1804
makers initials J.A for James Atkins who registered in 1793 as a bucklemaker in London
This pair come from a collector who would only purchase the finest examples.
These certainly meet the criteria.
Weight: 81g length approx 6cm
This top quality pierced design mustard pot is an excellent example
of a Victorian silversmith.
The pierced design depicts trailing vines, the lid has engraved scrollwork
and a crest within a cartouche. There is a lovely shell thumb piece.
The hallmarks are crisp and clear London 1846 with makers initials for
Samuel Hayne and Dudley Chater.
The pierced decoration shows beautifully against the blue glass...
Realistically modelled as a Stork with a coronet to the base of its neck, holding in its beak a grapevine which forms the candle sconce, standing upon a raised rocky base.
A most impressive piece which would grace any fine home, especially if ones coat of arms depicts a Stork.
This most attractive pair of sticks are in the George II style
and bear the hallmarks for London, maker Sebastian Garrard.
Date Letter for 1932
They have a small engraved crest, surrounded by a crown. Both
in very good condition
Please Note the size: Height: 12cm (4 3/4"inches) Base: 7.5 (3"inches) Weight: 403g
The holder width measures 1.5cm in diameter please note the size
A beautifully made and quite heavy example having an attractive all over foliate decoration bearing the hallmarks for London 1803. The makers initials W the other is rubbed.
The lid and hinge is tight and strong, the body is dished due to pressure, the guidling shows signs of wear which is to be expected.
This one would make a fitting addition to a fine collection
This fine little pair both read ‘Won by Mr CJ Allday 1932’ ‘Northamptonshire Milk Recording Society Replica of Makbar Challenge Cup’
The campana shaped cups stand on a circular base, the lower part of fluted style. Below the rim is a continuous foliate border.
Both have rococo style handles.
The circular covers terminate in the figure of a cow.
Hallmarks for Birmingham 1931 and 1933
Total Weight: 213g Height: 11cm