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A top quality, George V, English Britannia Standard Silver Cafe Au Lait Set made by Robert Stewart, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow and dating from c1911. They were was assayed in London, hallmarked with the maker's mark "RS" for Robert Stewart, the "Britannia" standard silver mark, the Lion's Head Erased London town mark and date letter "q" for 1911/12. They are in excellent condition (see photos). They measure approximately 9" inches (230mm) in height. The combined weight is 38oz. They are in excellent condition.

They measure approximately 9" inches (230mm) in height. The combined weight is 38oz

Price £1150    €1282.37    $1449.00


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George V, Britannia Standard Coffee Service c1911
A superb set of Six Antique, George III, Scottish Sterling Silver Tablespoons dating from c1810. They are hallmarked with the maker's mark "AE" for Alexander Edmonstoun, the Scottish thistle sterling silver mark, the Monarch's Head duty mark, the "castle" town mark for Edinburgh and date letter "d" for 1809/10.

They measure just over 9" inches (235mm) in length. The weight is 12.99oz/11.84ozt/368.6g

Price £495    €551.97    $623.70


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Six Scottish Silver Tablespoons, Edinburgh c1810
A very good quality, antique, George III, English Sterling Silver Hot Water Pot made in London and dating from c1774. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "TE" for Thomas Evans, the Lion Passant sterling silver mark, the Leopard's Head Crowned London town mark and date letter "T" for 1774/75.

It measures 10" inches (255mm) in height. The weight is 791g/28oz

Price £2250    €2508.98    $2835.00


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George III, English Silver Hot Water Pot c1774
A George II, English Sterling Silver Tray made by Joseph Sanders in London and dating from c1735. It is hallmarked on the underside with the maker's mark "IS" for Joseph Sanders, the Lion Passant sterling silver mark, the Crowned Leopard's Head London Town mark and date letter "V" for 1735/36. It is supported on three feet. It measures 5 3/4" inches (145mm) in diameter. The weight is 157.3g/5.54oz/5.05ozt In very good condition

Price £795    €886.50    $1001.70


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George II, English Silver Tray, London c1735
A good cased set of Four, George V, English Silver & Wooden Napkin Rings made in Birmingham and dating from c1935. They have a central band decorated with engine turned engraved decoration, the front with a circular cartouche that is free of engraved initials. The rear with a rectangular panel that is hallmarked with the maker's mark "JGLtd" for Joseph Gloster Ltd, the Lion Passant sterling silver mark, the anchor Birmingham town mark and date letter "L" for 1935/36 (the marks worn on some of the rings). They also have the "PAT No 325841".

The measure 45mm diameter and 31mm in height.

Price £350    €390.29    $441.00


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Cased Set Four English Silver Napkin Rings
A very nice, Georgian Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy or Sauce Ladle made in Aberdeen by James Erskine and dating from c1795. James Erskine is recorded in Jackson's Silver as working in Aberdeen c1792 to 1818. It is marked with the the maker's mark "JE" for James Erskine and three "thistle" marks. It has the initial "B" engraved on the handle. A nice, rare Scottish Silver Ladle.

It measures approximately 6 1/2" inches (170mm) in length

Price £195    €217.44    $245.70


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Scottish Provincial Silver Ladle, JE Aberdeen
A George III, English Silver Pepper made by Robert Peaston in London and dating from c1768. It is hallmarked on the base with the maker's mark "RP" for Robert Peaston, the Lion Passant Sterling Silver mark, the Crowned Leopard's Head London town mark and date letter "N" for 1768/69.

It measures 5" inches (135mm) in height. The weight is 77.5g/2.73oz/2.49ozt

Price £295    €328.95    $371.70


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George III, English Silver Pepper c1768
A good pair of English Sterling Silver Tapersticks (small candlesticks) made by J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham. They are hallmarked with the maker's mark "JBC&SLd" for J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd, the anchor Birmingham town mark, the Lion Passant sterling silver mark and date letter "T" for 1968/69.

They measure just over 5" inches (135mm) in height and 3 1/4" inches (85mm) across the base. The combined weight is 418.7g/14.76oz/13.46ozt

Price £495    €551.97    $623.70


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Good Pair of English Silver Tapersticks
A very nice Scottish Provincial Silver Toddy Ladle by George Booth, Aberdeen c1810. George Booth is recorded in Jackson's Silver as working in Aberdeen c1800 - 1825. The ladle is hallmarked with the maker's mark "GB" (struck twice) for George Booth and "AB" (struck twice) the Aberdeen town mark. It is engraved with the initial "C"

It measures 6 1/4" inches (155mm) in length

Price £165    €183.99    $207.90


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Scottish Provincial Silver Ladle, G Booth Aberdeen
A very good pair of Georgian Scottish Provincial Silver Tablespoons made by George Booth of Aberdeen. Measuring just over 8 1/2" inches in length these spoons would make a nice pair of serving spoons. The are hallmarked with the maker's "G.B" for George Booth alongside the letters "A,B,D,N" the town mark for Aberdeen. George Booth is recorded in Jackson's Silver as working in Aberdeen c1800 - 1825. The spoons have the engraved initials "WC". They are in excellent condition showing virtually no signs of wear.

They measure just over 8 1/2" inches (215mm) in length. The total weight is 128.3g/4.52oz/4.12ozt

Price £195    €217.44    $245.70


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Pair of Scottish Provincial Tablespoons Aberdeen
A rare and unusual Antique, Victorian large Coffee Pot made by Edward & John Barnard of London and dating from 1864/65. The coffee pot is engraved all over in the Persian manner. It is hallmarked on the base with the maker's mark "EB&JB" for Edward & John Barnard, the Monarch's Head duty mark (Queen Victoria), the Lion Passant silver mark alongside the Leopard's Head town mark for London and date letter "i" for 1864/65. It is also stamped with the retailer's mane "Charles Taylor & Son, Bristol"

It measures approximately 10 1/2" inches (270mm) in height. The weight is 28oz.

Price £1950    €2174.45    $2457.00


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