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About STEPPES HILL FARM ANTIQUES

STEPPES HILL FARM ANTIQUES was founded by William (Billy) Buck over fifty years ago. About twenty years later he was joined in the business by his two eldest sons; David and Christopher. Billy’s first love was early English porcelain, but he also specialised in collectable silver. David concentrates on the silver side and is responsible for putting this web site together. Christopher, as well as being a partner in Steppes Hill Farm, has his own business dealing in fine Georgian furniture and accessories. Over the years we have been privileged to have formed a number of ...Read More

STEPPES HILL FARM ANTIQUES

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Victorian Baby in Swaddling Clothes Figural Vesta Case, S Mordan, London, 1881
Victorian Baby in Swaddling Clothes Figural Ves...
Sampson Mordan & Co.
Antique 1880s English Victorian Tableware
Silver
A rare Victorian novelty silver figural Vesta Case modelled as a baby in swaddling clothes holding a rattle. The sprung hinged lid to the base set with a striker plate. By Sampson...
Victorian Silver & Enamel Perpetual Calendar Vesta Case, Lawrence Emanuel 1887
Victorian Silver & Enamel Perpetual Calendar Ve...
Lawrence Emmanuel
Antique 1880s English Victorian Tableware
Silver, Enamel
A rare Victorian novelty silver and enamel Vesta Case of rounded rectangular form with two hinged lids, made in the form of a perpetual calendar, the face enamelled with the days of ...
Rare Edwardian Novelty Antique Silver Articulated Dog Vesta Case, London, 1908
Rare Edwardian Novelty Antique Silver Articulat...
Antique Early 1900s English Edwardian Tableware
An unusual Edwardian novelty silver Vesta case made in the form of a stylised Bull or Boxer dog, the hinged neck with rotating head, his tongue painted red. By Henry Stuart Brown,...
George III Silver Nelson Vinaigrette HMS Victory Grille by Matthew Linwood, 1814
George III Silver Nelson Vinaigrette HMS Victor...
Matthew Linwood
Antique 1810s English George III Sterling Silver
Silver
A fine and rare George III silver Vinaigrette of rounded rectangular form, the cover engraved with a small rectangular vacant cartouche within an engraved pattern forming diamonds wi...
Victorian Silver & Enamel Sentry Box Vesta Case...
Sampson Mordan & Co.
Antique Early 1900s English Victorian Tableware
A fine and rare Victorian silver and enamel Vesta case of Sentry Box form with hinged peaked lid, the face enameled with a soldier from The Black Watch Regiment (Royal Highlanders). ...
Large Victorian Silver Prince of Wales's Hospit...
Deakin & Francis
Antique 1890s English Victorian Tableware
Silver, Enamel
A fine and rare Victorian silver Vesta case of large rectangular form with flat hinged lid and attached suspension ring. The face set with a glass panel covering a red half crown cha...
George II Rococo Silver 'Fancy-Back' Mote Spoon...
Elias Cathcart
Antique 1740s English George II Tableware
Silver
A fine George II 'fancy-back' silver Mote Spoon, the plain tapering handle terminating with a diamond point finial, the oval bowl pierced with scrolls crosslets and a fleur-de-lys an...
Pair of George III Silver Bright-Cut Sugar Tong...
Hester Bateman
Antique 1780s English George III Tableware
Silver
A fine pair of George III silver sugar tongs, the shaped handles with bright-cut engraved decoration, including flower heads, the bow with a vacant oval cartouche. By Hester Batem...
George II Silver Marrow Spoon by James Wilks, L...
James Wilks
Antique 1730s English George II Tableware
A good George II silver marrow spoon of standard form and of a very good gauge. By James Wilks, London, 1732 Weight: 66.00 grams (2.12 troy ounces) In good condition with ...
Large Edwardian Silver Mounted Double Watch Cap...
Antique Early 1900s English Edwardian Tableware
Silver
A large and unusual very fine quality Edwardian silver mounted glass Inkwell, made in the form of a Capstan with reeded borders. The hinged lid housing a huge double faced pocket wat...
Victorian Novelty Silver Owl Pepper by Charles ...
Antique 1850s English Victorian Tableware
A good Victorian novelty silver Pepper, made in the form of a standing owl with amber glass eyes, pull-off pierced head and silver gilt interior. By Charles & George Fox, London, ...
Victorian Novelty Silver 'John Bull' Telescopic...
Sampson Mordan & Co.
Antique 1880s English Victorian Tableware
Silver
An extremely rare Victorian figural novelty silver telescopic propelling pencil made in the form of the comical literary character John Bull (the personification of an Englishman), d...

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