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Period: 18th Century and Earlier
William III Side Handled Porringer Made in London in 1701 by Matthew Madden
Located in London, GB
These side handled bowls were almost certainly used as eating vessels. The bowl has circular baluster sides which rise to a straight rim. The cast handle is shaped and naively pierce...
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English William and Mary Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Rare Garniture of George III Baskets, London, 1778, Philip Freeman
Located in London, GB
This extremely rare and fine garniture of George III neo classical baskets were made in London in 1778 by Philip Freeman. The Baskets all stand on a square pedestal foot which is pierced with horizontal pails and roundels, as well as being engraved with prick dot designs. The Classical vase shaped main bodies are also pierced with horizontal pails and roundels and the front of each piece displays a disc cartouche engraved with a contemporary Crest. The rim and swing handle, instead of being decorated with beading, are unusually engraved with various prick dot and bright cut bands, including stylised flower heads. Each basket is in excellent condition, has a blue glass liner and is fully marked in the foot. The baskets are of a very rare decorative design and Philip Freeman was known for producing unusual baskets and pails, although his work does not survive in great quantity. These are also unusual in that they stand on a pierced foot, echoing the designs on the main body. The smaller baskets would have been used for cream and the larger ones for sugar, however it is extremely rare to find a garniture. They are almost always found singly or in pairs, in sizes. A very rare Classical garniture of outstanding quality. Measures: Height of the sugar basket, to the rim: 5.4 inches, 13.5cm. Height of the cream basket...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George III Wine Label Made in London circa 1786-90 by John Whittingham
By John Whittingham
Located in London, GB
This very unusual Wine Label is broad rectangular in form, with cut corners, and displays a beautiful outer pierced border containing flower heads. This very fine example is well mar...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair of George III Serving Dishes Made in London in 1794 by Henry Green
Located in London, GB
The Taymouth Castle dishes. A very fine and unusual pair of George III Covered Serving Dishes made in London in 1794 by Henry Green. The Dishes are circular in form with an everte...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair of 18th Century English Sterling Compotes
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pair of 18th century English Sterling Compotes with Gold Wash. The compotes are very finely chased and are hallmarked. The base diamete...
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English Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

William Plummer 1780s Georgian Sterling Silver Candle Snuffer / Pen Tray
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An excellent, fine and impressive antique Georgian English sterling silver candle snuffer / pen tray; an addition to our 18th century silverware collection. This exceptional antique Georgian sterling silver candle snuffer tray has a navette shaped form. The surface of this antique silver snuffer/pen tray is ornamented with a contemporary bright cut engraved crest depicting a centaur regardant holding and arrow on a bended bow, above the bright cut engraved initials 'WIL'. The outer circumference of the surface is encompassed with an undulating wriggle work decorated border. The raised rounded sides of the tray are embellished with pierced decorated urn designs conjoined by suspended bright cut engraved festoon ornamentation further accented with undulating pin struck decoration. The tray is further embellished with an applied bead decorated border to the rim. Either end of the tray incorporates an impressive pierced and applied scrolling leaf decorated handle accented with a pendant drop design to the inner surface. This exceptional tray was crafted by the London silversmith William Plummer who is known for his work with pierced decoration. The centaur in this stance is also a depiction of Sagittarius (otherwise known as Arcitenens), one of the twelve signs of the Zodiac. Condition This antique silver candle snuffer...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique Georgian Sterling Silver Salver Rococo Mask Vine Decoration London 1742
Located in London, GB
We are delighted to offer this magnificent Georgian solid silver salver/tray in Rococo (Rocaille) design, made in London 1742 with the marks of George Wickes - a leading 18th c. Lond...
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Rococo Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique Georgian Solid Sterling Silver Salver Pair in Neoclassical Design - 1781
Located in London, GB
We are delighted to offer this handsome pair of Georgian solid silver salvers/trays made in London, 1781 with the marks of Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp. Understated elegance, subtle...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique George III Sterling Silver Locking Tea Caddy by Henry Chawner
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Georgian English sterling silver locking tea caddy by Henry Chawner; an addition to our silver teaware collection. This exceptional antique Georgian sterling silver tea caddy has an oval form. The surface of the tea caddy is encompassed with bright cut engraved fabric swag designs and floral festoons, suspended from impressive spiralling foliate anchor-points accented with pensile bud designs. Each spiralling motif flanks a shield shaped cartouche displaying the contemporary engraved initials 'WM' and surmounted with a ribbon style bow. The upper and lower portions of the body are encompassed with engraved bands of chevron style decoration, in addition to an applied bead decorated border. This antique silver tea caddy...
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British George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

Oversized Antique Irish Georgian Silver Lidded Tankard Beer Mug 1783 Dublin
Located in London, GB
An impressive Antique Irish Silver Tankard in a classic baluster shape with a substantial domed lid. The Lidded Beer Tankard has a large crest engraved opposite the equally large scr...
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Irish Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique Irish Georgian Sterling Silver Two Handled Cup Dublin, Ireland 1769
Located in London, GB
An elegant Antique Irish George III Silver Two Handled Cup. The Cup features an engraved armorial on the one side and a crest and monogram on the other. The Cup has a pair of acanthu...
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Irish Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair Antique Irish George II Sterling Silver Candlesticks Dublin c. 1740
By Thomas Walker & Son Ltd. 1
Located in London, GB
A pair of elegant Antique Irish George II Cast Silver Candlestick with shaped square bases and knopped columns. Made in Dublin, Ireland in c. 1740 by Thomas Walker Approx. Weight ...
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Irish George II Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

English Georgian Mug with Rural Scene & Palm Beach Golf Club Presentation
Located in New York, NY
George II sterling silver mug. Made by Samuel Welles in London in 1759. Baluster bowl with leaf-capped double-scroll handle. Raised foot with tooled leaf border. Chased and engraved ...
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British Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

West Country George III silver Spoon Thomas Eustace Exeter 1778.
Located in Toronto, Ontario
West Country George III silver Spoon Thomas Eustace, Exeter 1778. Old English Feather Edge pattern, engraved crest of a fox. Length: 8.75 inches. Weight: 72.52 grams. (2.33 oz.). Con...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Antique Georgian Silver Serving Platter Meat Platter 1806 Shaped Oval Gadroon
Located in London, GB
A classic Antique George III shaped oval Meat Serving platter with a traditional gadroon pattern border. Made in London, England in 1806 by Burwash & Sibley Approx. Weight - 1418g ...
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English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Silver cup, London 1742-43
Located in Milano, IT
George II period cup. A bowl with a classical vase with two volute sockets with opposing curls and c's, on the vase two decorative incised orders; the same motifs are on the lid, whi...
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English Other Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

Craftsman by Towle Sterling Silver Flatware Set For 8 Service 48 Pieces
Located in Big Bend, WI
Stately in perfect proportion, this design is an elegant execution of form and function. Very unassuming in appearance yet every bit as formal as our other patterns, Craftsman's unad...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1740s & 1777 Matched Pair of Sterling Silver Tablespoons
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Matched pair of sterling silver tablespoons by Lampfert & Bateman, London, 1740s & 1777. Crested (lion's head erased, assoc. with multiple families); rubbed date mark for the one by ...
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English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1782 George III Period Sterling Silver Tablespoon by Hester Bateman
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Sterling silver tablespoon by Hester Bateman, London, 1782. George III period Old English Engraved pattern. The bright cutting is superb. The crest has been erased. 2.50 troy oz. 9.5...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

1777 Sterling Silver Marrow Scoop by Hester Bateman
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Sterling silver marrow scoop by Hester Bateman, London, 1777. Rolls Family Crest: out of a ducal coronet an arm from elbow, in armor, brandishing a saber (Fairbairn, p115 #5). Old En...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique Set Georgian Dining Silver Cutlery William Tuite Garrard Co London 1788
Located in Portland, OR
A fine set of antique aristocratic Georgian dining sterling silver cutlery (110 pieces & silver weight 288 Troy ounces) by William Tuite & retailed by Garrard & Co, London, 1788. Th...
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English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

18th-century wax seal fob/ pendant with Latin phrase ' In God we trust '
Located in Braintree, GB
Introducing a remarkable piece: the Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Wax Seal. Adorned with the distinguished lion passant and HB markings, this seal stands at a height of 2.5 cm with ...
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British Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Silver

Set of 4 Sterling Silver Coffee Spoons by Hester Bateman, London, c.1775
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Set of 4 sterling silver coffee spoons by Hester Bateman, London, c.1775. Attractive engraving repeats on the back as well. These are a design well known in her silver. They only hav...
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English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Assembled Set of 4 Sterling Silver Coffee Spoons by the Bateman Family
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Assembled set of 4 coffee sterling spoons by the Bateman family, London, 1795 & 1800. Two are by Peter, Ann & William in 1800 and 2 are by Peter & Ann in 1795. All monograms are "SL"...
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English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Set of 4 Sterling Silver Coffee Spoons by Hester Bateman
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Set of 4 Hester Bateman sterling silver coffee spoons, London, 1786. Old English pattern. Full sterling hallmarks. Light rubbing of some marks. Monogram "OWH". Tips with unusual wear...
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English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Gustavian silver spoon by Arvid Floberg dated 1785 with baronial coat of arms
Located in Knivsta, SE
Gustavian silver spoon by Arvid Floberg (1730-1804), Stockholm, Sweden dated 1785(C2) with baronial coat of arms. Rare and of extremely high quality. Simple beauty. Wear consistent ...
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Swedish Gustavian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Silver

Antique George III Sterling Silver Hanoverian Pattern Table Forks (1767)
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive set of twelve antique Georgian sterling silver Hanoverian pattern table forks; an addition to our Georgian flatware collections. These exceptional antique Georgian straight* sterling silver forks have been crafted in the Hanoverian pattern with three tines. The posterior surface of each antique silver fork handle terminal incorporates the bright cut engraved crest of out of a coronet a griffin's head, all above the monogram initial 'W'. The anterior surface of each 18th century fork is plain with a pip to the handle terminal. Such straight examples of antique silver forks with clearly struck hallmarks are becoming increasingly difficult to locate. * 'Straight' means all the pieces are made by the same maker in the same year. Condition These antique sterling silver forks are an excellent gauge of silver, excellent quality and in excellent condition. Full hallmarks struck to the reverse of each handle stem are all very clear. Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this piece of Georgian silver flatware...
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English Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Set of 5 Sterling Silver Coffee Spoons by Peter & Ann Bateman
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Set of 5 sterling silver coffee spoons by Peter & Ann Bateman, London, 1796. Georgian neoclassical design. Peter was Hester's son & Ann was the widow of her other son Jonathan. Engra...
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English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1784 George III Period Sterling Silver Basting Spoon
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
London, 1784, Old English Engraved sterling silver basting spoon. George III period by John Lamb (2nd mark of 1782) working 29 Fetter Lane. Monogram "R". Very good, crisp condition. ...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1792 George III Period Sterling Silver Basting Spoon
By William R. Sutton
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
London, 1792, sterling silver Old English basting spoon. George III period by William Sutton of Cheapside. Monogram "WDB". Very good condition with little wear. 3.25 troy oz. 11.75" ...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1793 Sterling Silver Cream Jug by Hester Bateman
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Sterling silver cream jug by Hester Bateman, 1793, London. Handsome with fluted body & acanthus leaf scrolled handle. Here we see the family mark (Hester & Son) for date used on thei...
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English Neoclassical Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique George I Silver Bleeding Bowl Porringer 1717 Britannia Std
By David Willaume I
Located in London, GB
A traditional Antique George I Britannia Silver Bleeding Bowl with a bellied round body and an impressive pierced handle. The Handle is engraved with the initials MG. Made in London...
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English George I Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Silver, Britannia Standard Silver

1796 Set of 4 Sterling Silver Tablespoons by John Langlands II
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Set of 4 sterling silver tablespoons by John Langlands II, Newcastle, 1796, England. Handsome & rarely found. Old English pattern. Crisply pointed bowls. Possible monogram erasure. A...
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English Neoclassical Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique George II Scottish Sterling Silver Teapot 1748 Edinburgh Scotland
By James Mitchell
Located in London, GB
A beautiful Antique George II Scottish Silver Teapot in a classic round bullet shape. This Georgian Teapot is decorated with an lovely engraved design of floral and scroll patterns surrounding a pair of cartouches. Made in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1748 by James Mitchell. Approx. Weight - 724g / 23.28oz Approx.Length - 23.5cm Approx. Width - 12.3cm Approx. Height - 15cm This Teapot has full Scottish Hallmarks. This George II Teapot...
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Scottish George II Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique Queen Anne Set of Four Salts 1714 Trencher Salt Pots 18th Century
Located in London, GB
A set of 4 Antique Queen Anne Silver Salts. The early 18th Century Salts are in a classic round trencher shape and each has a small crest of a bird engraved on the side. Made in Lon...
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English Queen Anne Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair Antique Georgian Round Silver Salvers Waiters 1767
Located in London, GB
A pair of Antique George III Sterling Silver Salves each with a shaped shell border and with a crest engraved on the centre. Each Georgian Salver stands on 2 hoof feet. Made in Lond...
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English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair Antique George III Sterling Silver Wine Bottle Coasters 1786 Robert Hennell
Located in London, GB
A pair of Antique George III Sterling Silver& Wood Wine Bottle Coasters. These straight sided 18th Century Wine Coasters are decorated with a lovely pierced and engraved pattern repe...
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English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique George 111 Silver Sugar Sifter Spoon Newcastle Langlands and Robertson
Located in London, GB
Antique George 111 Silver Sugar Sifter Spoon made in Newcastle by Langlands and Robertson dated circa 1790 Made in the old english pattern ...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Large Antique English Sterling Silver George III Period Tankard
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This large and substantial antique tankard is hallmarked by an unknown maker and originated from England, dating to approximately 1740 and done in the period George 3rd style. The ta...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair George III Sterling Salt Cellars, David and Robert Hennell 1769
Located in Free Union, VA
A very elegant pair of sterling salt cellars, date marked 1769, made by London father and son silversmith team David Hennell I (1712- 1785) and Robert Hennell I (1741-1811). Lovely ...
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English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique Georgian sterling 925 silver large spoon
Located in Braintree, GB
Antique Georgian sterling 925 silver large spoon. The spoon has a monogram ' MB ' Made in England, 1794 The measurements: Length x width x depth: 22.5 x 4.8 x 3.2 cm Weight:49 g...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Silver

George III Silver Teapot Peter & Ann Bateman
Located in Newark, England
Hallmarks Dated 1796 From our Silver collection, we are delighted to offer this original George III Silver Teapot by Peter & Ann Bateman. The...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver, Cut Steel

Antique Georgian sterling 925 silver large spoon by Hester Bateman
Located in Braintree, GB
Antique Georgian sterling 925 silver large spoon by Hester Bateman. The spoon has a monogram ' SB ' Maker: Hester Bateman Made in England, 1782 The measurements: Length x width ...
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British Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Silver

Pair of Georgian Cast Silver Candlesticks, London 1757 by John Cafe
Located in Cornwall, GB
A very good pair of George III cast silver table candlesticks of shell and scroll decoration to a square shaped base. The stem with a circular knop and a fluted rectangular knop. Rop...
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British George II Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Hester Bateman Silver Marrow Scoop Dated 1785 London Assay
Located in London, GB
Hester Bateman Silver Marrow Scoop Dated 1785 London Assay Antique silver marrow scoops were used to tease out the tasty morsels of marrowfat from beef bones - a great delicacy durin...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair of Onslow Pattern Geo 111 Silver Stuffing Spoons 1762 William Withers
Located in London, GB
Pair of Onslow Pattern Geo 111 Silver Stuffing Spoons 1762 William Withers The Onslow scroll was first designed by Arthur Onslow (1691-1768), the Great Speaker of Parliament. The ...
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British George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique Irish George II Sterling Silver two Handled Cup Dublin, Ireland 1752
Located in London, GB
A classic Antique Irish George II Cup with a pair of impressive acanthus leaf topped scroll handles. The Georgian Cup has a band around the body and an engraved crest on the one side...
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English George II Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

George III Sterling Silver Oval Cake Basket
Located in VALENZA, IT
A George III sterling silver cake basket made by William Plummer in London, 1786. The basket is of Classic oval form with bead borders and an engraved pierced gallery and foot. Ther...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique Irish George II Sterling Silver Tazza Dublin, Ireland 1738
Located in London, GB
A classic Antique Irish George II Sterling Silver Tazza standing on a spread foot and embellished with an ornate crest on the top. Made in Dublin, Ireland in 1738 by Alexander D Br...
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Irish George II Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique George II Sterling Silver Salver Square Tray 1733 London, England 18th C
Located in London, GB
A lovely Antique George II Solid Silver Salver. This Square early Georgian Salver stands on 4 shaped feet and is embellished with an elegant engraved border surrounding an armorial. ...
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English George II Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique George II Silver Basket 1745 Georgian Swing Handle Cake Basket
Located in London, GB
A magnificent Antique George II Sterling Silver Swing Handled Basket with an oval form standing on four shaped feet with bacchanalian faces at the capital of each foot. The Basket has an ornate chased floral & scroll pattern border and an elegant pierced design on the sides. The interior base of this 18th century Silver Basket...
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English George II Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique 17th century sterling silver tubular nutmeg grater
Located in Braintree, GB
Antique 17th century sterling silver tubular nutmeg grater seamlessly blends functionality with historical charm. Crafted in England in 17th century, this exquisite item boasts a silver grater encased within its tube, while the removable lid is adorned with a meticulously hand-engraved Tudor rose. The tube itself features the palmettes decoration commonly found on small silver objects...
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British Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

Antique 17th century round circular patch box with Tudor rose
Located in Braintree, GB
An antique round patch box, crafted in sterling silver during the 17th century, is potentially from the era of Charles II. The silver circular box and cover showcase embossing featur...
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British Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Silver

A fine antique silver salver by W. Haye 1749 GEORGE III
Located in Perth, GB
A Fine George III Silver Salver by W Haye London 1749 Weight approximately 775 gr.
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

Antique Georgian sterling 925 silver tankard
By JOHN ROBINSON II (1727-1773)
Located in Braintree, GB
Antique Georgian sterling 925 silver tankard. Made in England, London, 1764 Maker: John Robinson II Fully hallmarked. Dimensions: Height: 1...
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British Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

Antique Georgian sterling silver chased sauce boat with elaborate decorations
Located in Braintree, GB
Antique Georgian sterling silver chased sauce boat with elaborate decorations. Made in England, London, 1772 Maker: Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp Fully hallmarked. Dimensions - L...
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British Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

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Silver

1775 Sterling Silver English Loving Cup
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
English sterling silver two-handled loving cup, London, 1775. A handsome George III period example likely by Stephen Joyce working at King St., Soho, 1773-1778. 12.85 troy oz. 6.5" o...
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English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Important and rare jewish silver Sivlonot /wedding belt, Frankfurt 1707-1723
Located in Tel Aviv - Jaffa, IL
Important and rare Sivlonot belt, gilded silver, made by the famous silversmith Johann Mathias Sandrat active in 1707-1723 in Frankfurt, Germany. this JUDAICA object is a museum piece and An almost identical belt with a replaced buckle is exhibited in the Israel museum and came from the important Feuchtwanger Collection, purchased and donated by Baruch and Ruth Rappaport, Geneva. the belt also bears 2 Christies auction stickers with the number 120, probably lot # 120, indicating it was sold in one of their auction rooms at some point. Sivlonot (wedding) belt: In Rabbinic literature, sivlonot refers to gifts the groom gave his wife-to-be. Among German Jews...
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German Antique 18th Century and Earlier Sterling Silver

Materials

Gold Plate, Silver

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