A matched set of twelve silver gilt dessert plates, some bearing marks for Edinburgh 1721, Colin McKenzie, Assay master Edward Penman, (12) the circular plates having plain centres engraved with the crests of Alexander, 6th Earl Fife, Viscount Macduff, Bar
American sterling silver set of twelve plates having a shield shape body with etched foliate border detail with a crest to the centre. Condition good, minor wear & tarnishing. Length 27 cm. Weight 5829g
Six Italian silver plates and six matching bowls, 1934-1944, with.800 standard and city lozenge for Alessandria, the plates with undulating ribbed edges and scallop shell motifs, the lobed bowls conforming; hallmarked underside to each, silver weight 1871g
A set of six Italian silver plates, 1934-1944, with.800 standard, and markers' marks for Fratelli Broggi, Milan, the heavy gauge circular plates with ribbed and fluted rims and concentric rings centrally; hallmarked underside to rims, silver weight 2579gr,
A set of four George III sterling silver dinner plates together with two further plates the four Benjamin Laver, London, 1783, William Fountain, London, 1800, Mappin and Webb, Sheffield, 1915, the plates with reeded and gadrooned rims (6) 3320gms, 25 cm di
A George III sterling silver entree dish resting on a Sheffield plate warming base, Richard Sibley, London, 1826, and the stand T & J Creswick, Sheffield the dish of rectangular form, with applied acanthus and reeded border to the top, surmounted by a remo
A rare heavy and impressive George IV silver dinner plate, leaf flanked shell mouldings interrupting the gadroon border, the beautifully engraved armorial with Latin motto 'Probitas Verus Honos'. Weight approx. 1 kilo. London 1820 by Paul Storr.
A pair of Edwardian silver plates, by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, London 1910 each of shaped circular form with a gadrooned rim, bearing engraved initials and armorial, diameter 25 cm, weight 1198gms. (2), The crest recorded for SALT, SAND, SAPTIE, SCARIS
Four hallmarked sterling silver London 1972 Russell Drysdale limited edition plates. 'Going to Town;' 'Western Landscape;' 'The Stockman;' and 'The Old Timers.' limited edition each numbered 0822. Depth 20.5 cm each
A set of four George III sterling silver soup dishes maker's mark William Sharp, London, circa 1802, each five lobe rimmed plate with ridged edge and armorial crest to cavetto, 2607grs total weight of silver, 24.5 cm diameter.
A set of six Victorian sterling silver dinner plates maker's mark Daniel & Charles Houle, London, circa 1853, each of shaped and gadrooned rim with an engraved armorial crest, 3375grs total weight of silver, 25 cm wide.
A pair of Victorian silver chafing dishes and covers, John Walton Newcastle 1847 together with a pair of warming dishes in silver plate, the scrolling borders cast with floral clusters and stylised shells, the warmers similarly decorated and raised on four
A Victorian silver covered butter dish and stand, Charles Thomas Fox & George Fox, London, 1842, the plate, dish and cover with parcel gilt flower knop pierced and engraved with scrolling foliage, glass liner missing, 735gms, 21 cm diameter
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 set of six George III silver dessert plates, by Frederick Kandler, London 1761, with gadroon rim and contemporary Royal coat of arms, each respectively engraved on the reverse with scratch weights '19=2', '19=1', '19=0', '19=7', '19=1', '19=5'. Diameter
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