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Antique George 111 Silver Coffee Pot, London,George Smith 11, Dated 1782
By George Smith
Located in London, GB
Antique George 111 silver coffee pot, London, George Smith 11, dated 1782 Elegant Georgian silver bead edge coffee pot, on collet foot, with lovely scroll and bead spout Lovely gau...
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Antique 1780s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George 111 Silver 3 Bottle Inkstand, 1793
By Henry Greenway
Located in London, GB
Good quality Georgian silver inkstand with 2 bottles for ink and one for sanding Made by Henry Greenway of London. Each bottle has a makers mark and lion assay mark. The frame att...
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Antique 1790s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

  • George 111 Silver 3 Bottle Inkstand, 1793
  • George 111 Silver 3 Bottle Inkstand, 1793
  • George 111 Silver 3 Bottle Inkstand, 1793
  • George 111 Silver 3 Bottle Inkstand, 1793
H 3.25 in. W 7.5 in. D 5 in.
George 111 Silver Fiddle Pattern Sifter Spoon, London, 1812
By George Smith, Richard Crossley
Located in London, GB
Antique George 111 Silver Fiddle Pattern Sugar Sifter Spoon. Made in London in 1811 by Richard Crossley and George Smith.
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Antique 1810s English George III Sterling Silver

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Silver

Antique George 111 Irish Silver Basting Spoon, 1770
By John Locker
Located in London, GB
Lovely George 111 Silver basting or stuffing spoon made by John Locker of Dublin. This spoon has a wonderful patina and the curved lip at the top of the handle, is only found on Ir...
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Antique 1770s British George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George 111 Silver Brandy Saucepan with Fruitwood Handle, 1777
By Makepeace & Carter
Located in London, GB
Heavy gauge silver brandy saucepan, assayed in London in 1777. Made by Robert Makepeace and Richard Carter in London. Originally hand hammered all over, and burnished on the out-si...
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Antique 1770s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George 111 Silver Tooth Powder Box, 1798, Joseph Taylor, Birmingham
By Joseph Taylor
Located in London, GB
George 111 silver tooth powder box, 1798, Joseph Taylor, Birmingham Unusual Georgian box with two compartments flush hinged in the centre for your dentifrice powder, with bright cu...
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Antique 1790s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair of George 111 Silver Wine Coasters
Located in London, GB
This pair of Georgian silver wine coasters were both made by J.T. Younge and Co in 1800 and 1802. They were assayed in Sheffield and have a typical half fluted decoration with a tri...
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Antique Early 1800s English Regency Sterling Silver

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Silver

Set of 6 George 111 Silver Old English Coffee Spoons, London, 1801
Located in London, GB
Set of 6 George 111 silver Old English coffee spoons, London, 1801 Made by Alice and George Burrows, with original initials, and bowls with no wear, and a pip under the handle. The...
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Antique Early 1800s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique George 111 Silver Leaf Caddy Spoon, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1810
By Joseph Willmore
Located in London, GB
Antique George 111 silver leaf caddy spoon, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1810 Good example of a silver leaf caddy spoon, hand engraved leaf veins, with separate leaf and twisted ha...
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Antique 1810s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George 111 Silver Chamberstick with Wick Trimmers and Extinguising Cone, 1812
By John & Thomas Settle
Located in London, GB
George 111 Silver Chamberstick with Wick Trimmers and Extinguising Cone, 1812 The matching wick trimmers are made in steel and silver, and the cone is silver. This exquisite chambe...
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Antique 1810s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver, Steel

George 111 Silver 3-Piece Melon Shaped Tea Set, Joseph Angel, London
Located in London, GB
George 111 silver 3-piece melon shaped tea set dated 1825-1826, Joseph Angel, London. This tea set is very heavy quality and was made when the melon style first became popular. Tot...
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Antique 1820s English George IV Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George 111 Silver Sherry Label, Dated 1809, Phipps and Robinson, London
By Phipps & Robinson
Located in London, GB
George 111 Silver Sherry Label, dated 1809, assayed in London Made by the renowned wine label makers Phipps and Robinson, who were making silver at 40, Gutter Lane which was right ...
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Antique Early 1800s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair of Silver George 111 Sauce Bottle Labels, London, Dated circa 1770
Located in London, GB
Pair of Margaret Binley sauce bottle labels, London, dated circa 1770 Depicting Cayenne but spelt "Cayon" and Tarragon. These are quite rare now. Margaret Binley took over from Rober...
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Antique 1770s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique George 111 Silver Sugar Basket, Dated 1769, Aldridge & Green, London
By Charles Aldridge & Henry Green
Located in London, GB
Antique George 111 silver sugar basket, dated 1769, Aldridge & Green, London Beautiful hand pierced silver sugar basket made by Charles Aldridge and Henry Green.
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Antique 1760s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair of George 111 Silver Wine Labels, Dated 1797, Thomas Ollivant, London
By Thomas Ollivant
Located in London, GB
Pair of George 111 silver wine Labels, dated 1797, Thomas Ollivant, London Classic Georgian style for Port and Sherry.
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Antique 1790s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Set of 4 George 111 Silver Boat Shaped Salt Cellars, 1793, Solomon Hougham
By Solomon Hougham
Located in London, GB
Set of 4 George 111 silver boat shaped salt cellars, 1793, Solomon Hougham Assayed in London, in a beautiful shape with 4 Bristol blue liners to protect the silver. This thread edg...
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Antique 1790s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George 111 Silver Tea Caddy, Dated 1765, London, Benjamin Mountigue
Located in London, GB
George 111 silver tea caddy, dated 1765, London, Benjamin Mountigue. Very pretty hand chased tea caddy, with a pull off top which has a lion passant mark and can be used as a measu...
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Antique 1760s English Rococo Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique George 111 Silver Pierced and Bright Cut Wine Coaster, 1787, London
Located in London, GB
Antique George 111 silver pierced and bright cut wine coaster. Made by Benjamin Mountigue in London in 1787. Lovely Mahogany Base with baise underneath. The beading, bright cut en...
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Antique 1780s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George 111 Silver Oval Shaped Sweet Basket, Dated 1801, John Emes, London
By John Emes
Located in London, GB
George 111 silver oval shaped sweet basket, dated 1801, John Emes, London Pretty Georgian sweet basket formed like a miniature cake basket. Separately hallmarked on the handle with...
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Antique Early 1800s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

3-Piece George 111 Regency Silver Teaset Dated 1814/18, Charles Fox, London
By Charles Fox
Located in London, GB
3-piece George 111 Regency silver teaset dated 1814/18, Charles Fox, London Typical oblong style with gadroon borders, and further decoration of acanthus leaf and shells. The teapo...
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Antique 1810s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George 111 Silver Bright Cut Caddy Spoon Dated 1796, Elizabeth Morley, London
By Elizabeth Morley
Located in London, GB
George 111 silver bright cut caddy spoon dated 1796, Elizabeth Morley, London Typically with shell bowl and hand engraved bright cutting.   
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Antique 1790s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George 111 Irish Silver Barrel Shaped Quart Lidded Tankard, Dublin, 1808
Located in London, GB
Irish silver George 111 barrel shaped 2 pint tankard with lid. Separately hallmarked on the lid with George 111 head and Irish crowned harp. Made by Gustavus Bryne and retailed by ...
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Antique Early 1800s English George III Sterling Silver

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Silver

Pair of George 111 Silver Salt Cellars, Dated 1764, James Wood of London
Located in London, GB
Pair of George 111 silver salt cellars, dated 1764, James Wood of London The definition of the flame and hoof feet and the gadroon border are nice and sharp. Original gilding insid...
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Antique 1760s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George 111 Irish Silver Fiddle Pattern Stuffing Spoon, 1811, Dublin, James Scott
By James Scott, Dublin 1
Located in London, GB
Antique irish silver stuffing spoon, dated 1811, made in Dublin by James Scott.   
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Antique 1810s English George III Sterling Silver

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Silver

Set of 6 Geo 111 Irish Old English Silver Dessert Forks, 1827, Dublin
By Charles Marsh
Located in London, GB
Set of 6 Geo 111 Irish Old English Silver Dessert Forks, 1827, Dublin Made by Charles Marsh who specialised in making silver cutlery.
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Antique 1820s Irish George IV Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George 111 Silver Strainer, London, 1774, William Plummer
By William Plummer
Located in Toronto, Ontario
George 111 Silver Strainer, London 1774, William Plummer. The strainer of usual form, pierced bowl, foliate shaped handles, engraved with the crest of an oak tree fructed and penetra...
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Antique 18th Century English Georgian More Dining and Entertaining

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Sterling Silver

Pair of George 111 Silver Grape Shears, Kings Honeysuckle, 1817
Located in London, GB
Pair of heavy gauge silver grape shears, made by William Ealy and William Fearn. Assayed in London Lovely cutting edge, just like a pair of good scissors.
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Antique 1810s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair of George 111 Silver Berry Spoons, Exeter, 1809
Located in London, GB
Pair of antique silver berry spoons made in Exeter by William Welch. These spoons are in wonderful condition with beautiful chased bowls and handles. The inside of the bowls are go...
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Antique Early 1800s English George III Sterling Silver

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Silver

George 111 Silver Butter Shell, Dated 1809, William Ellerby, London Assay
Located in London, GB
George 111 silver butter shell, dated 1809, William Ellerby, London Assay. Lovely shaped butter dish which those days would have served several iced butter curls. Good guage of sil...
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Antique Early 1800s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Set of 6 Antique George 111 Silver Bright Cut Teaspoons, Stephen Adams
By Stephen Adams I
Located in London, GB
Set of 6 antique George 111 silver bright cut teaspoons, circa 1775, Stephen Adams Assayed in London, circa 1775. Engraving very sharp, and silver in perfect condition.
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Antique 1770s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique George 111 Silver Caddy Spoon circa 1800, Thomas Watson, Newcastle Assay
By Thomas Watson
Located in London, GB
Antique George 111 silver caddy spoon, circa 1800, Thomas Watson, Newcastle Assay Made in the fiddle pattern with a shovel bowl, with an unusual friendship inscription, with origin...
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Antique Early 1800s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Novelty George 111 Silver Cowrie Shell Snuff Box, Dated circa 1790
Located in London, GB
George 111 silver cowrie shell snuff box, dated circa 1790 Mounted in unmarked silver with a lovely pie crust edge, following the contour on one side. The opening has a thumb grip...
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Antique 1790s English George III Sterling Silver

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Silver

George 111 Silver Newcastle Cream Boat, Dated circa 1790, Langlands & Robertson
By John Langlands I & John Robertson I
Located in London, GB
George 111 silver Newcastle cream boat, dated circa 1790. Pretty Geo 111 silver cream boat made with a piecrust border and scroll handle, with hoof feet. The hand engraved initials...
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Antique 1790s English George III Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George 111 Silver Coffee Pot, by Peter and William Bateman, 1807
By Peter & William Bateman
Located in London, GB
Georgian silver coffee pot made by the son and grandson of Hester Bateman. Very Fine bright cut engraving, comprising of acorns, flowers and leafwork, with gadroon edging. Standing...
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Antique Early 1800s British George III Sterling Silver

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Silver

George 111 Silver Sugar Basket, Made by Peter & Anne Bateman, 1794, London Assay
By Peter and Ann Bateman
Located in London, GB
George 111 silver sugar basket, made by Peter & Anne Bateman, 1794, London Assay. Beautifully made in the Bat-wing and fluted style, with hand wriggle and bright cut engraving, and...
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Antique 1790s English Adam Style Sterling Silver

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Silver

George 111 Sterling Silver Wine Label Hollands 'Dutch Gin', London, 1815
By John Reily
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a solid cast English sterling silver wine label made by John Reily of London, in 1815. (George 111 - Regency period) The label has a nice canted oblong shape with a curved...
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Antique Early 19th Century English George III Barware

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Sterling Silver

George 111 Sterling Silver For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more in our collection of george 111 sterling silver on 1stDibs. A piece of george 111 sterling silver — often made from metal, silver and sterling silver — can elevate any home. Your living room may not be complete without an item from our selection of george 111 sterling silver — find older editions for sale from the 18th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 19th Century. A choice in our collection of george 111 sterling silver, designed in the Georgian, Regency or Rococo style, is generally a popular piece of furniture. George Smith, Charles Aldridge & Henry Green and Charles Fox each produced at least one beautiful object in our assortment of george 111 sterling silver that is worth considering.

How Much is a George 111 Sterling Silver?

The average selling price for a piece of george 111 sterling silver at 1stDibs is $866, while they’re typically $274 on the low end and $5,266 for the highest priced.

Finding the Right Sterling Silver for You

Dining and entertaining changed drastically when we began to set our tables with sterling silver for holiday gatherings, wedding receptions, engagement parties and, in some of today’s homes, everyday meals.

Often called the “Queen of metals,” silver has been universally adored for thousands of years. It is easy to see why it has always been sought after: It is durable, strong and beautiful. (Louis XIV had tables made entirely of silver.) Sterling silver is an alloy that is made of 92.5 percent silver — the “925” stamp that identifies sterling-silver jewelry refers to this number. The other 7.5 percent in sterling silver is typically sourced from copper.

Neoclassical-style sterling-silver goods in Europe gained popularity in the late 18th century — a taste for sterling-silver tableware as well as tea sets had taken shape — while in the United States, beginning in the 19th century, preparing the dinner table with sterling-silver flatware had become somewhat of a standard practice. Indeed, owning lots of silver goods during the Victorian era was a big deal. Back then, displaying fine silver at home was a status symbol for middle-class American families. And this domestic silver craze meant great profitability for legendary silversmith manufacturers such as Reed & Barton, Gorham Manufacturing Company and the International Silver Company, which was incorporated in Meriden, Connecticut, in 1898, a major hub of silver manufacturing nicknamed “Silver City.”

Today, special occasions might call for ceremonial silver designed by Tiffany & Co. or the seductive sterling-silver cutlery from remarkable Danish silversmith Georg Jensen, but there really doesn’t have to be an event on the calendar to trot out your finest tableware.

Event- and wedding-planning company maestro Tara Guérard says that some “investment pieces,” such as this widely enamored alloy, should see everyday use, and we’re inclined to agree.

“Sterling-silver flatware is a must-have that you can use every single day, even to eat cereal,” she says. “Personally, I want a sterling-silver goblet set for 12 to 20; I would use them every time I had a dinner party. Ultimately, there are no criteria for buying vintage pieces: Buy what you love, and make it work.”

Whether you’re thinking “ceremonial” or “cereal,” browse a versatile collection of vintage, new and antique sterling-silver wares on 1stDibs today.