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A silver mounted polar bear skull with gaping jaws and three removable silver beakers, 25 cm high, 31 cm long, The skull was part of the Archive of Gordon Burt, OBE (Christie's Australia, 28 November 1996, Lot 472). Gordon Burt was the Engineer on the 1925

English hallmarked sterling silver George III oval meat dish having an oval body & floral etched ground, central armorial, with applied cast gadroon and shell border, sitting on four cast scrolled feet. London, 1808, maker Paul Storr. Condition excellent t

Silver, stainless steel and bone flatware service, English oak case, comprising six table forks, six dessert forks, six table knives, six cheese knives, a three piece meat carving set, six soup spoons, six dessert spoons, six egg spoons, six teaspoons, two

A Mappin & Webb silver and ivory cutlery set, in original oak box, consisting of six dinner and six luncheon forks, six dinner and six luncheon knives, six dessert spoons, six teaspoons, two sauce ladles, four tablespoons, a pie spoon, large soup ladle, su

A George III sterling silver meat platter, Paul Storr, London 1803 of oval form and substantial weight with restrained decoration to the rim, central armorial crest 1136gms, 36 cm diameter

A George III silver meat platter, Paul Storr, London 1800 of oval form with gadrooned rim and crest, length 36 cm, weight 38.7oz, weight 1096gms

Paul Storr, London, 1811 George III sterling silver meat platter oval shaped with gadrooned rim, crested. Length 46.5 cm depth 33.5 cm weight 2250 grams

A George IV silver meat platter, Paul Storr, London, 1826, of oval form with beaded rim and armorial 689gms, 34 cm diameter

Two sterling silver meat serving platters maker's mark John Samuel Hunt, London, circa 1846, each with shaped and gadrooned rims of alternating sizes, 2024 grs total weight of silver, the largest 41. 5 cm wide.

A George III sterling silver meat cover, makers mark William fountain, London, circa 1810, the high domed cover with ribbed trim above the base band and with a small scrolled handle to top displays an incised British coat of arms insignia to front and an a

A George III meat dish, Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp, London 1771 55 x 39.5 cm

Silver meat platter, London stamped 'Rc', shaped oval form, with gadrooning to the rim, together with a small silver oval tray, stamped 'Sterling 925'. Lengths 46.5 cm, 24 cm, weight 1540 gms. Provenance: Estate of John Wareing

A George IV silver meat plate, William Eaton, London, 1820 and a smaller William IV silver meat plate, Edward, Edward Jnr, John and William Barnard, London, 1835, the larger plate oval with gadrooned border interspersed with shells and leaf scrolls, armori

A George III meat platter London 1815, 34 x 25.5 cm 1088, gms weight

A suite of three George III silver graduated meat platters, by Paul Storr, London 1821 all with gadrooned rim and engraved with a crest, dimensions: 39 x 28, 41 x 29 and 53 x 38 cm respectively

Three graduated Victorian silver plate meat covers, each of campana form with engraved foliate decoration, the largest 51 cm wide.

George III sterling silver meat platter welled type of serpentine shape with gadrooned edge. 42 cm. London 1764, maker FK (possibly Fred Kandler). 1225gm approx

A pair of William IV meat dishes, Paul Storr, London, 1833, each with scalloped rim, family crest and armorial, 1542gms each. Diameter 40 cm

A large Georgian silver oval meat platter, London 1790 maker James Young 43 cm x 12 cm with armorial, weight 43oz troy

A sterling silver meat platter, London, 1935, maker's mark rwb, a shaped oval form with gadrooning to the rim, 1460gms total weight

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