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
A lovely model of this iconic craft, seen in large numbers around the beautiful waterways of Venice.
Both Gondola oars are missing otherwise in good condition with hallmarks to the underside and
English silver import marks for London on the bow of the Gondola.
A nice little piece
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
This nice pair of salts are on hoof feet with a plain border and nicely gilded interiors. One has a very tiny split to the rim
and the legs are very slightly bent but visibly virtually unnoticeable.
Marks rubbed but still legible. A very nice handmade pair.
Size: 6.5cm, height 3cm Total weight: 76g
The loaded silver base bears the hallmarks for Birmingham 1923, mounted with a pheasant,
most probably silver but in the absence of marks I will say white metal.
A lovely gift for a shooting person.