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SILVER NOVELTY VICTORIAN BELL INKWELL.A very nice silver hallmarked novelty bell, lifting the lid reveals a glass inkwell. Silver hallmarks for Birmingham 1897 with makers initials which are slightly difficult to make out now.
Code: 1944Price: 165.00 GBP
MINIATURE SILVER NOVELTY TANTALUS COMPLETE WITH ITS THREE GLASS BOTTLES.This is an extremely rare miniature novelty silver hallmarked tantalus with fitted swing handle, complete with three cut glass scent bottles. Silver marks to tanterluss for Birmingham 1913 and with makers initials. The bottles are cut glass with there original matching stoppers, two of the bottles have slight damage to the necks but the center bottle is perfect and this one also still retains the original paper label for the Crown Perfumery of London. In perfect condition the asking price would be at least £1000.00, this example is priced very realistically because of the damage to the bottles and displays beautifully.
Code: 1943Price: 188.00 GBP
LARGE EDWARDIAN SILVER CHALICE.This large and attractive silver chalice or possibly a vase is decorated with acanthus, scrolls and foliage with two vacant cartouche and standing on stepped foot. Silver hallmarks for Sheffield 1903 with makers mark for Walker & Hall. Height 6 inches. Large and very impressive.
Code: 1945Price: 300.00 GBP
LARGE VICTORIAN SILVER GILT BOWL AND SPOON.This beautiful silver gilt serving bowl is decorated with two attractive female figures in foliage decoration, the bowl features two cartouche one of which has a presentation inscription, TO JOHN GRAHAM DOUGALL FROM HIS GRAND PAPA JOHN GRAHAM 18TH AUGT 1874. Silver hallmarks for London 1863 with makers details for George Adams.The matching silver gilt spoon has identical 1863 silver markings and it is also by George Adams and the spoon handle is decorated with a female in foliage design. A superb and very attractive matched set.
Code: 1946Price: 300.00 GBP
LARGE SILVER EDWARDIAN DISH WITH FRET WORK DECORATION.A beautiful large silver hallmarked dish with attractive wide decorated border.The dish sits on three ball feet. Silver hallmarks for Birmingham 1909 and with makers initials WA.
Code: 1947Price: 168.00 GBP
SILVER BASKET WITH BLUE GLASS LINNER.A very attractive silver fretted basket decorated with an intricut floral design set in panels and siting of four decorative feet, complete with a swing handle.Silver marks for Birmingham 1924 and with makers initials.
Code: 1932Price: 200.00 GBP
IRISH SILVER SALT DATED 1772 WITH BLUE GLASS LINER.A superb Irish silver salt, the decoration is in the Robert Adams style.The salt sits on four decorative legs. Irish silver marks for Dublin 1772 by Christr Haines. Complete with original blue glass liner with pontil mark to base, one tiny chip to the liner but is not really noticeable and it is amazing that it has survived as most are latter replacements.
Code: 1930Price: 150.00 GBP
EDWARDIAN SILVER NOVELTY POLICEMAN'S CLOCK.This attractive English silver novelty clock stands at just under 7 inches in height.The clock depicts a policeman in full uniform and wearing helmet, one hand is holding the clock while his other hand points at the time. Silver marks for 1908 with with makers initials M & CL with design registration number. The clock has a 30 hour movement and it is in perfect working order and it is complete with key.
Code: 1926Price: 465.00 GBP
EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER INK STAND WITH BLUE GLASS BOTTLES.Rectangular form Standish with decorative pierced border and with integral pen tray complete with two mint condition blue glass silver mounted bottles one for ink and the other for sand, complete with matching silver taper / candle stick. Silver hallmarks for Gervase Wheeler Birmingham 1842. it is most unusual to find one of these silver desk sets with blue glass bottles as normally they are clear glass. Mint condition.
Code: 1919Price: 695.00 GBP
A MOST UNUSUAL VICTORIAN INK STAND PRODUCED FROM SEA SHELLS AND WITH SILVER MOUNTS.Three attractive pink and white polished rock type shells with silver mounts, two would have contained ink and the third is for a taper or candle stick, mounted on mother of pearl type shell pentray with silver owners initials. Silver hallmarks for Thomas Johnson London 1883. A most unusual Victorian inkstand with a very modern look to it.
Code: 1921Price: 285.00 GBP
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