Forrest & Fraser

Cornwall, GB
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About Forrest & Fraser

At Forrest and Fraser we use our wealth of experience and expertise to source the finest examples of domestic silverware. Our specialism is in English, Irish and Scottish silver from the 18th and 19th centuries, a time during which many of the greatest silversmiths combined with remarkable designs and styles to produce truly outstanding creations. It is the usable and beautiful pieces from this golden age of British silversmithing that we offer for sale. The silver we stock is all of some considerable age, often in excess of two centuries, and these antiques tell a stor...Read More

Forrest & Fraser

1stdibs Dealer Since 2018

Featured Pieces

York Silver Teapot, Barber & Whitwell, York, 1815
York Silver Teapot, Barber & Whitwell, York, 1815
James Barber & William Whitwell
Antique 1810s English George III Sterling Silver
Sterling Silver, Silver
A very rare York silver George III teapot. Of oblong form with a raised band round the middle. The raised lid and finial are the same shape, a curved spout and a fruitwood handle. Al...
George III Silver Coffee Pot London 1763 by William Grundy
George III Silver Coffee Pot London 1763 by Wil...
William Grundy
Antique 1760s English George III Sterling Silver
Sterling Silver, Silver
A very good Georgian silver coffee pot of baluster form with a cast swan-neck spout, pedestal foot and ebonized handle. The domed lid with a spiral finial. Marked to the body fo...
Georgian Silver Salver by Richard Rugg, London, 1768
Georgian Silver Salver by Richard Rugg, London,...
Richard Rugg
Antique 1760s English George III Sterling Silver
Sterling Silver, Silver
A very good large George III silver salver of circular form. The cast border of shell and scrolling beaded decoration. The central plate bright cut engraved with flowers and foliage....
George I Silver Britannia Standard Caster by Charles Adam
George I Silver Britannia Standard Caster by Ch...
Charles Adam
Antique 1710s British George I Sterling Silver
Silver
An exceptionally good silver caster of octagonal tapered baluster form. The body decorated with all-over bright cut engraving of flowers and leaves. The pierced lid with intricate pa...
YSL Interest: a Set of 4 Cast George II Silver Rococo Candlesticks, London 1757
YSL Interest: a Set of 4 Cast George II Silver ...
Antique 1750s British George III Sterling Silver
Sterling Silver
This beautiful set of four cast George II silver candlesticks are designed in the Rococo style and came from the personal collection of Yves Saint Laurent & Pierre Bergé. Each wit...
George III Silver Epergne, London 1808 by William Pitts
George III Silver Epergne, London 1808 by Willi...
William Pitts
Antique Early 1800s English George III Sterling Silver
Sterling Silver
An impressive George III silver epergne in the neoclassical design. The main cylindrical band is adorned with a detachable frieze featuring trumpet playing cherubs, scrolling grapes ...
Barnard William IV Silver and Cut Glass Butter Dish, London, 1834
Barnard William IV Silver and Cut Glass Butter ...
Antique 1830s British William IV Serving Pieces
Sterling Silver
A very good quality circular silver butter dish with a cut glass receptacle in the shape of a churn. The base of the dish of petal form with shells to five of the lobes. The domed, f...
Very Important Pair of Heavy George II Silver Sauce Boats, Lon 1742
Very Important Pair of Heavy George II Silver S...
Antique 1740s British George II Serving Pieces
Sterling Silver
A very fine pair of George II silver sauce boats, by Nicholas Sprimont, London 1742. Of plain, large oval form, raised to a wavy rim with an acanthus mounted scrolling handle. Both e...
Pair of George II Silver Sauce Boats, London, 1752
Pair of George II Silver Sauce Boats, London, 1752
Antique 1750s British George II Serving Pieces
Sterling Silver
An exceptionally fine pair of large silver sauce boats with a cut card rim and a flying C-scroll handle. Each standing on three shell formed legs and shell pad feet. Both marked ...
Large Silver Entree Dish with Warming Dish London 1814
Large Silver Entree Dish with Warming Dish Lond...
Thomas Robins
Antique 1810s British George III Sterling Silver
Sterling Silver
A superb good sized Georgian silver entree dish of rectangular cushion form. The top and edges with gadrooned decoration. The twist off handle with conforming decoration and heart sh...
Pair of Cast George III Silver Candlesticks, London, 1762
Pair of Cast George III Silver Candlesticks, Lo...
Antique 1760s English George III Sterling Silver
Sterling Silver
A superb pair of cast George III silver candlesticks by William Cafe, London, 1762. With square bases shaped and stepped with floral form corners. The fluted columns rising above a r...
Pair of Victorian Silver Entree Dishes, London, 1896
Pair of Victorian Silver Entree Dishes, London,...
Antique 1890s British Victorian Sterling Silver
Sterling Silver
A high quality pair of silver Victorian entree dishes of shaped over form. Each rim decorated with reeded borders interspersed with floral palmettes. The lid with conforming decorati...

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Reimagine antique silver in fresh settings. An important pair of silver entree dishes by Paul Storr, London 1826, their cast handles in the form of heraldic leopard heads, are set for a modern botanical take on the dining table. Together with a set of 4 cast candlesticks by William Cafe, and a victorian carving knife and fork, from a larger canteen of silver flatware.

A pair or solid silver Victorian three light candelabra, Sheffield 1894 by Hawksworth and Eyre. Set beautifully amongst fresh blooms and summer grasses, the stunning naturalistic decoration of the branches sits perfectly among the sumptuous floral arrangement.

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