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SILVER TEA CADDY SPOON MODELED AS A JOCKEY'S HAT.
A superb quality novelty jockey hat caddy spoon with silver hallmarks for Sheffield 1938 and with makers initials TB & S.

Code: 1967Price: 165.00 GBP


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MINIATURE VICTORIAN NOVELTY SILVER BOATING OAR IN PRESENTATION CASE.
A most unusual silver hallmarked rowing oar which was obviously produced as a presentation award / gift for a Victorian boating competition. Silver hallmarks for London 1853 with makers initials. Complete with fine quality brown leatherette presentation case, the interior is constructed in blue velvet and it is fitted for the oar. A most unusual item and especially nice with it's original box.

Code: 1966Price: 200.00 GBP


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VICTORIAN SAMPSON MORDAN MINIATURE VICTORIAN SILVER STICK STAND PIN CUSHION.
A superb silver miniature stick stand sitting on four ball feet, complete with purple velvet insert. Silver marks for London 1900 with makers initials SM & CO for Sampson Mordan and with retailers name, J.C.Vickery 181 & 183 Regent Street (London). An amazing quality miniature silver stick stand / pin cusshion by this highly desirable and collectible maker. Height 10cm.

Code: 1959Price:


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VERY LARGE GOTHIC EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER AND CRANBERRY GLASS TABLE CENTER.
A very attractive and tall table center standing at just under 16 inches or about 40cm in height.The silver base and stem are very ornamental and Gothic in style.The silver stand is complete with it's original cranberry glass detachable trumpet vase. Silver marks near the base for Sheffield 1844 and with makers initials. A very impressive and attractive item in fine condition which is remarkable when you consider its age.

Code: 1965Price: 785.00 GBP


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SILVER NOVELTY BOTTLE STOPPER MODELD AS A PIG.
Superbly modeled representation of a pig wearing a napkin and with the inscription, THIS LITTLE PIG HAD NON (probably referring to the contents). Silver marks for London 1930 and with makers initials CS & FS. The fitted cork stopper is still in fine condition. Height 8cm.

Code: 1960Price: 165.00 GBP


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SILVER EDWARDIAN OVAL HIP FLASK.
A very nice silver hallmarked hip flask with hinged screw top lid.Silver marks for Sheffield 1907 and with makers initials JD & S.

Code: 1961Price:


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VICTORIAN SILVER SOVEREIGN COIN CASE.
The outer oval case is beautifully engraved on both sides and includes the original owners initials.The interior of the case is fitted with unusual lucky horseshoe design to keep the coin plate in place. Silver marks for Birmingham 1897.Nice example in excellent condition.

Code: 1962Price: 118.00 GBP


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AN UNUSUAL SQUARE SOVEREIGN CASE.
A very nice Edwardian example and unusual to find a square example, the outer case is beautifully engraved with floral designs and also the original owners initials.The interior of the case is fitted with a coin holder. Silver hallmarks for Birmingham 1904 and with makers initials .

Code: 1963Price: 165.00 GBP


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VICTORIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL PILL BOX.
A very attractive circular silver pill box, the border of the box and the frame of the lid are decorated with floral designs, the lid of the box features a suburb quality enamel plaque depicting a young lady with her gentleman admirer. Silver marks for London 1892 and with makers initials ETB. The box is in very nice condition but there is a fine hairline crack to the enamel plaque but it is very minor and it can only really be seen with a jewelers glass or loop.

Code: 1964Price: 168.00 GBP


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ENGLISH SILVER VICTORIAN MARROW SCOOP.
A popular delicacy at the dinner table during the Georgian and Victorian times was the marrow from animal bones and this instrument was for removing the marrow so it can then be eaten. These difficult to find instruments were often in steel or silver plate but this rare example is a silver hallmarked example with silver marks for Birmingham 1866 and with makers initials JG. Mint condition.

Code: 1955Price: 165.00 GBP

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