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A very good, Georgian Scottish Silver Tray made by McHattie & Fenwick of Edinburgh and dating from c1802. The tray is supported on three feet. It has floral scrolling engraved decoration with an a crest engraved to the centre (worn). It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "M&F" for McHattie & Fenwick, the Scottish thistle sterling silver mark, the Monarch's Head duty mark, the Edinburgh "castle" town mark and date letter "W" for 1802/03. It measures approximately 6 1/2" inches (165mm) in diameter. The weight is 209.8g/7.40oz/6.75ozt. In excellent condition

Price £450    €505.53    $578.88


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George III, Scottish Silver Tray, Edinburgh c1805
A rare Antique, Early Victorian, Scottish Silver Ceremonial Presentation Trowel made by A McDonald, Glasgow and dating from c1853. The trowel is hallmarked with the maker's mark "AMcD" for A McDonald, the monarch's head duty mark (Queen Victoria), the Lion Rampant Scottish sterling silver mark, the Glasgow town mark and date letter "h" for 1852/53. This trowel was presented to a member of an important Ayrshire family Humphrey Walter Campbell of Crosslet (Sheriff-Substitute of Dumbartonshire). It bears the following inscription "This model of the trowel used at the laying of the Foundation Stone of Dennystoun Dumbarton on 20th May 1853 Presented by Wm. Denny, Ironship Builder, Dumbarton to H W Campbell Esq., of Crosslet, Sheriff Substitute of Dumbartonshire and Provincial Grand Master for Dumbarton of the Order of Freemasons. As a rememberance of the honor done the Undertaking by the Freemasons and other bodies who took a part in the Ceremony especially of the Highly Esteemed Courtesy of the Provincial Grand Master." The above inscription surrounded by masonic symbols. The underside of the trowel also with an engraved masonic symbol. This is a rare and lovely example of a very good quality presentation trowel that is in very good condition. It measures approximately 11 1/2" inches (300mm) in length overall. The blade approximately 7 1/2" inches (190mm). Provenance This presentation trowel is one of two related presentation trowels that I currently have for sale. The trowels were presented to different members of an important Ayrshire family the Campbells of Barnhill. The family included Humphrey Walter Campbell of Crosslet (Sheriff-Substitute of Dumbartonshire) (1782-1864) and Neil Colquhoun Campbell (Sheriff of Ayrshire) (1813-1883) Humphrey Walter Campbell of Crosslet, was born at Dumbarton on the 4th of March 1782. He was appointed Registrar of Sasines for the counties of Argyll and Dumbarton in 1810, and was created Sheriff-Substitute for Dumbartonshire in 1820. He died at Crosslet House on the 15th of May, 1864, aged 82. Neil Colquhoun Campbell of Barnhill, was born on the 17th of October, 1813. He was appointed Sheriff of Ayrshire. He married Mary Paterson, daughter of William Orr Paterson of Montgomerie, Ayrshire. He died on the 3rd of April, 1883, and the Barnhill estate passed to his daughter, Annie Colquhoun Campbell. There is an imposing Memorial to the Campbells of Barnhill situated at the western edge of Dumbarton Cemetery.

Price £1950    €2190.63    $2508.48


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Important Scottish Silver Masonic Trowel c1853
An important, Scottish interest, Victorian Silver Ceremonial Presentation Trowel made by James Dixon & Son, Sheffield and dating from c1877. The trowel is hallmarked with the maker's mark "JD&S" for James Dixon & Son, the monarch's head duty mark (Queen Victoria), the Lion Passant silver mark, the Sheffield town mark and date letter "K" for 1877/78. This trowel was presented to a member of an important Ayrshire family Neil Colquhoun Campbell (Sheriff of Ayrshire). It bears the following inscription "Presented to N C Campbell Esq., Sheriff Principal of Ayrshire, on the occasion of his laying The Memorial Stone of Grange Free Church Kilmarnock, Dec 29. 1877." This is a lovely example of a very good quality presentation trowel that is in very good condition. It measures approximately 13 1/4" inches (340mm) in length overall. The blade approximately 7 3/4" inches (195mm). Provenance This presentation trowel is one of two related presentation trowels that I currently have for sale. The trowels were presented to different members of an important Ayrshire family the Campbells of Barnhill. The family included Humphrey Walter Campbell of Crosslet (Sheriff-Substitute of Dumbartonshire) (1782-1864) and Neil Colquhoun Campbell (Sheriff of Ayrshire) (1813-1883) Humphrey Walter Campbell of Crosslet, was born at Dumbarton on the 4th of March 1782. He was appointed Registrar of Sasines for the counties of Argyll and Dumbarton in 1810, and was created Sheriff-Substitute for Dumbartonshire in 1820. He died at Crosslet House on the 15th of May, 1864, aged 82. Neil Colquhoun Campbell of Barnhill, was born on the 17th of October, 1813. He was appointed Sheriff of Ayrshire. He married Mary Paterson, daughter of William Orr Paterson of Montgomerie, Ayrshire. He died on the 3rd of April, 1883, and the Barnhill estate passed to his daughter, Annie Colquhoun Campbell. There is an imposing Memorial to the Campbells of Barnhill situated at the western edge of Dumbarton Cemetery.

Price £1450    €1628.93    $1865.28


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Scottish Interest Silver Presentation Trowel c1877
A very good quality, Victorian Scottish Silver Christening Mug made by Marshall & Sons of 87 George Street, Edinburgh and dating from 1870. The mug is stamped to the base with the maker's name "Marshall & Sons, 87 George Street, Edinburgh" and hallmarked with the Monarch's Head (Queen Victoria) duty mark, the Scottish thistle sterling silver mark, the Edinburgh "castle" town mark and date letter "o" for 1870/71. The mug has a engraved initials to the front. It measures approximately 3" inches (77mm) in height and 2 3/4" inches (70mm) in diameter. The weight is 154.1g/5.43oz/4.95ozt In very good condition

Price £395    €443.74    $508.13


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Victorian Scottish Silver Mug, Edinburgh c1870
A nice, Antique, William IV, English Silver Snuff Box. The box was made in Birmingham and dates from c1835. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "ES" for Edward Smith, the Birmingham town mark, the Lion Passant Sterling Silver mark, the Monarch's Head duty mark and the date letter "m" for 1835/36. The box has reeded sides and engine turned decoration to both lid and the base. The base with some very minor flat spots at the edge where the engraving has worn as can be expected given the age. The box measures approximately 72mm x 40mm x 17mm. The weight is 77.3g It is in excellent overall condition.

Price £295    €331.40    $379.49


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Antique English Silver Snuff Box, Birmingham c1835
A very nice, good quality, Continental Silver Snuff Box, possibly French and dating from c1880. The box is decoratively engraved to all sides. The top and base with an engraved hunting scene to the centre. The box measures approximately 90mm x 40mm x 25mm. The weight is 100.6g It is in excellent overall condition.

Price £550    €617.87    $707.52


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Continental Silver Picture Snuff Box Hunting Scene
A very nice, good quality, George IV, English Silver Snuff Box. The box was made in London and dates from c1825. The lid of the box with a gold circular cartouche to the centre with a presentation inscription "J Findlay from his friend R.L.". It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "IJ" for John Jones III, the Lion Passant Sterling Silver mark, the Monarch's Head duty mark, the Leopard's Head London town mark, and the date letter "k" for 1825/26. The box has engine turned engraving to all sides. The box measures approximately 75mm x 38mm x 20mm. The weight is 64.6g It is in excellent overall condition.

Price £495    €556.08    $636.77


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Good Georgian English Silver Snuff Box,London 1825
A superb, very rare, Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy ladle made by John Sellar of Wick and dating from c1825. The Ladle has engraved initials (see photo) It is marked with the maker's mark "JS" for John Sellar and the town mark "WICK". John Sellar is recorded in Jackson's Silver as working in Wick c1825. It measures 6 1/2" inches (165mm) in length. The weight is 36.6g/1.29oz/1.17ozt In excellent condition showing virtually no signs of wear.

Price £1650    €1853.61    $2122.56


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Rare Scottish Provincial Silver Ladle, Wick
A very good quality, Antique, George III, Sterling Silver Tray made by Alexander Gardner, Edinburgh and dating from c1789. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "AG" for Alexander Gardner, Edinburgh, the Monarch's Head duty mark, the Scottish "thistle" sterling silver mark, the "Castle" Edinburgh town mark and date letter "J" for 1789/90. The heavy gauge, circular tray is supported on three bracket feet and has a plain raised rim. The tray measures 10" inches (250mm) in diameter. The weight is 561g/19.8oz/18ozt. It is in very good condition with very minimal light scratches/wear through normal use commensurate with age.

Price £1150    €1291.91    $1479.36


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George III, Scottish Silver 10" Tray c1789
An exquisite, Antique, George III, English Silver Brandy Warmer Pan, made in London and dating from c1729. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark (worn and illegible), the Lion Passant sterling silver mark, the Crowned Leopard's Head town mark for London and the date letter "O" for 1729/30. It is in very good condition. The pan measures approximately 3" inches (75mm at the widest point, the top 2 1/4" inches (60mm). The total weight is 107.4g/3.78ox/3.45ozt

Price £595    €668.42    $765.41


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George II, English Silver Brandy Pan Warmer c1729
An exquisite, Antique, George III, English Silver Brandy Warmer Pan, made in London by William Cattell and dating from c1781. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "WC" for William Cattell, the Lion Passant sterling silver mark, the Crowned Leopard's Head town mark for London and the date letter "f" for 1781/82. It is in very good condition. The pan measures approximately 2 3/4" inches (70mm at the widest point, the top 2 3/8" inches (60mm). The total weight is 131.4g/4.63ox/4.22ozt

Price £595    €668.42    $765.41


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George III, English Silver Brandy Warmer Pan c1781
A Victorian Silver Ceremonial Presentation Trowel made in Birmingham and dating from 1867. The trowel is hallmarked with the maker's mark "T.S" for Thomas Smily, the monarch's head duty mark (Queen Victoria), the Lion Passant silver mark, the Leopard's Head London town mark and date letter "l" for 1866/67. It is also stamped to the rear with the retailer's name "Hall & Co., Manchester." It bears the following inscription "Presented to George Slater Esq., on the occasion of his laying the Foundation Stone of the United Methodist Free Church, Barnton, June 5th 1867." The English village of Barnton is located in Cheshire just south west of Manchester. This is a lovely example of a very good quality presentation trowel that is in very good condition. The collar to the finial on the handle has a small part that has been chipped off. A minor imperfection (see photo).

It measures approximately 11 1/2" inches (290mm) in length overall. The blade approximately 6 1/2" inches (165mm).

Price £650    €730.21    $836.16


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Victorian Silver Presentation Trowel Barnton c1867
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