Mappin & Webb plated desert or starter set for twelve people with interesting provenance.
This lovely set belonged to Sir Henry Deterding of Kelling Hall, Norfolk which he had built in 1913
around the same time as this set was purchased. Each piece is engraved on the handle with the letter ‘D’
Kelling Hall and Estate remained in the family until 2008, where it was sold for £25000.000
A very nice set in good condition
Henri Wilhelm August Deterding KBE Founder of Royal Dutch S ...click for details
This very nice, large example has a central recant cartouche in the shape of a heart crisply surrounded by a profuse bright cut decoration.
Hallmarks for Birmingham 1913 and makers initials WJH for William J Homes who specialised in these pieces.
Weight: 32g width 5cm height 4.75cm
This nice spoon has a banded stem and cast finial of a cherubs
head with scrolls either side. The spoon has a graduated bead terminal.
A lovely old piece, general wear which is to be expected.
Three Swedish Silver marks to the reverse.
Of baluster form with presentation inscription reading ‘To Michael from Kathleen and Jack’
It has an angular handle which is typical of the period. Sterling Silver, initials CK
9cm high (3.5ins), stamped ‘Sterling Silver’, 3.3oz
19th century French silver cup, of circular tapered form, with engine turned decoration,
engraved scroll armorial, interior gilded, serpent mark to base with the initials EFR.
8cm high (3.25ins), 3.3oz
Solid Silver Punch Bowl Chester 1896 and German Silver Ladle.
This impressive punch bowl is raised on a circular foot, the bowl is beautifully embossed with spiral fluting
which cleverly reflects on to the foot.
It bears the hallmarks for Chester 1896 and makers initials in a shield GN+RH for George Nathan and Ridley
Hayes of Birmingham and Hatton Garden, London.
The Georgian Silver Ladle has a twisted horn handle. The bowl is fashioned ...click for details
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)