Silver plated miniature bowl and a sterling silver spoon. The bowl fluted, with flaring rim, inside with traces of gilt. Unmarked, England, late 19th century. The diminutive spoon is a rat-tail spoon, an 18th century model, but the hall marks are for Birmingham 1960. Length of spoon "1¾/ 4,7 cm, diameter of bowl "1½/ 3,7 cm. Condition: fine.
Large silver plated dish by WMF/Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik c 1910. Border with an elegant relief pattern of fuchsia and butterflies, the well undecorated. Marks WMF and N, (rectangular mark) 1/0 = medium thick silver plating. Width "12½/ 32 cm, height "¾/ 2 cm. Condition: fine.
A silver plated bowl by WMF, Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik, c 1900. Naturalistically modelled as a crumbled leaf with its network of nerves and irregular curves. Width "5 ¼/ 13 cm. Mark: ostrich in diamond, WMF and G. Condition: fine.
A jigger, small measure for liquor (1 ½ ounce). Silver plated, one end with owner's mark "RF" and crown, the other with "PAT.ANM". Early 20th c, possibly Danish. Width "4¾/ 12 cm. Condition: fine.
Electro-plated salt and pepper bowl, c 1850. Shaped like a small handled basket, on Rococo style scroll feet. Unmarked, probably English. Width "3¼/ 8 cm. Condition: a little warped, from age and wear, still charming.
English Old Sheffield plate cream jug, 1820-30. Shell and foliage Neo-Rococo shell rim and volute handle. Height "4½/ 11,5 cm, width "6/ 15 cm including handle. Condition: some wear to the foot rim and the interior as shown on photos.