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Sterling silver pierced oval shaped bon bon dish, Birmingham 1908

Pair Edwardian sterling silver bon bon dishes, hallmarked Birmingham 1903

Sterling silver four footed pierced bon bon dish, hallmarked Birmingham 1919, 8.5 cm wide, 68 grams approx.

Sterling silver tri footed pierced bon bon dish, hallmarked Birmingham 1908, (Henry Matthews),14 cm diameter, 114 grams approx.

An Edward VII silver bon bon dish, pierced detail, undulating scrolled border; William Devenport, Birmingham, 1904. Diameter 12 cms. Weight 33.2g.

Two silver shell bowls, a small Victorian bon bon dish on three ball feet; William Hutton & Sons, London, 1882 and larger dish repousse and chased on three ball feet stamped silver.

A pair of Edward VII sterling silver oval pierced bon bon dishes by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1904, 14 cm wide, 335 grams

Edwardian hallmarked sterling silver pierced bonbon dish. Birmingham 1901, makers Deakin & Francis. Pierced decoration.

A small Edwardian pierced silver bon bon dish 1910, with floral pattern and rolled edge on a circular foot. Hallmarks Sheffield 1910

Sterling silver tri footed bon bon dish hallmarked Chester 1907, 8.5 cm diameter , 77 grams

Antique sterling silver bon bon dish, marked Birmingham, 1897 approx 9 cm dia, 23g

European silver gilt bon bon dish, stamped 800, width 111grams approx

Two sterling silver pierced sweetmeat dishes, Birmingham 1903

German silver and crystal bonbon dish, designed as a swan with pressed crystal body, stamped '835 W-Germany, height 12.5 cm

Sterling silver bon bon dish with pierced gallery, Chester 1913

A pair of pierced silver sweetmeat dishes, Charles Boyton / London / 1901, each oval bowl ornately reticulated, with a floral garland border to rim, supported by a pierced pedestal foot, total weight approximately 302 gms, 8.5 cm high

Two sterling silver bowls & a sterling silver bon bon dish, 1894/5 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Nathan & Hayes, 1911/12 London, with maker's marks for Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd; and one marked.925, one bowl of lobed form with scal

An American silver bon bon dish, open pierced scroll form, engraved floral motif. Maker S & E.

Sterling silver bon bon dish on 3 feet, hallmarked London 1929, maker William Comyns & Sons (Richard Comyns),w13.5 cm approx, 117 grams approx.

A pair of Art Deco silver bonbon tazzas, each shallow circular dish raised on a spreading circular foot and with two angular handles issuing from the rim. Birmingham 1938 by Deakin & Francis. Total 425gms. Height 9.5 cm

Pair of Australian silver bon bon dishes inset with Canberra florins, by W.J. Sanders

Sterling silver bon bon dish, hall marked Birmingham 1902, 56 grams approx

A pair of late Victorian sterling silver bon bon dishes, 1898 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Walker & Hall, the pierced octagonal and lobed dishes embossed with leaves and fruits, the rims with rocaille forms; hallmarked to the exterior. Silv er weight

Two silver bon bon dishes, open pierced silver work, one with swing handle, one on pedestal base; a chick & Sons Ltd, Birmingham, 1969.

A pair of small silver bon bon dishes, pierced form, three ball feet; Hardy Bros, Birmingham, 1944. Weight 55g.

Sterling silver bon bon dish with pierced gallery, hallmarked Sheffield 1911,400 grams approx, 17 cm high approx

A silver bon bon dish, foliate border, pedestal foot; Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1947. Weight 167.7g.

An Edward VII silver bon-bon dish, pierced, on a scalloped base; Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1906.

Sterling silver bon bon dish on three feet hallmarked Sheffield 1966, 70 grams approx

An Edwardian silver bonbon dish, circular shape with filigree pierced walls and gadroon-husk border. Sheffield 1902 by Mappin & Webb. 245gms. Diameter 20.5 cm

A sterling silver pierced bon bon dish, 20th century, the oval dish with deep pierced sides of scrolling foliage and flowers centred with an embossed floral bouquet; stamped. 925 to edge of bowl. Silver weight 107gr. Height 3.5 cm. Length 17 cm. Width 12 c

German silver comport marked '800 Hiess-Sohne', together with silver bonbon dish, decorated with flowers and swing handle (2). Weight 524 grams and 348 grams

Russian silver mounted cut glass bonbon dish with swing handle, hallmarked. Height 4 cm

A Dutch silver sweetmeat dish of classical form with a single handle; Jm van Kempen & Sons.