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A George III sterling silver pepper caster 1790 London, with maker's marks for Hester Bateman, with a narrow pierced dome upon a tapered and compressed lower section to a pedestal base; hallmarked to the upper body. Silver weight 84gr. Height 14.5 cm
A Victorian sterling silver presentation sugar caster 1886/87 London, with maker's mark for Charles Stuart Harris. The pillar form castor with a pierced floral and spot decorated domed top to a gadrooned rim, the straight sided body with a reinforcing
A sterling silver sugar caster 1961/2 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Edward Viner. Of carinate form with a pierced dome lid with finial and raised on a stepped spreading base; crisply hallmarked to the body. Silver weight 142gr. Height 17.5 cm
A fine sterling silver sugar caster, 1937/38 London, with maker's mark ABC, not identified, of elegant pedestal form with a pillar and globular body, finely pierced to the domed lid with diaper and floral designs, the tapering body with bright cut bord
A fine sterling silver pedestal sugar castor or pot pourri, 1906 London, with maker's mark for Carrington & Co, the large castor of pillar and carinate form, with neoclassical Robert Adam style swag decoration to the body, with caryatid decoration to the l
English hallmarked sterling silver George II sugar caster having a round bellied body, with hand-chased floral, scroll, & fluted decoration, with pierced pull-off lid & cast swirl finials, sitting on a pedestal foot. London, 1758, maker I D. Condition good
A sterling silver harlequin cruet set of a pair of salts and a mustard pot with half fluted decoration with blue glass liners by S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1896/1901and a pair of pierced pepper casters with blue glass liners, London 1906
A George V sterling silver sugar caster by William Hutton & Son Ltd, Birmingham, 16 cm high: a pepper caster with lion masks to the feet by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1927: and a butter shell with glass liner, Birmingham 1902
An Art Deco sterling silver shaped oval bowl with Bakelite handles by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1935, 34 cm wide, and an Art Deco sugar caster by George Hape, Sheffield 1934, 14 cm high 830 grams total weight
A Christofle silver sugar caster spoon, mid 19th century, with Cc and bee mark in oval cartouche, with a foliate pierced bowl and a shaped handle with reeded edges; with hallmarks and Christofle relief cartouche underside. Silver weight 65gr. Length 22 cm
A Britannia silver standard sugar castor. 1717 London, with maker's marks AD for specialist castor maker, Charles Adam. of faceted pillar form with a compressed lower section to a conforming stepped pedestal base, the pierced top surmounted by a knop finia
English hallmarked sterling silver George V sugar caster having a plain baluster body, a pull-off hand-pierced lid with cast finial, sitting on a pedestal foot. London, 1913, maker Gibson & Co Ltd. Condition good, minor wear. Height 17.5 cm. Weight 181g
A pair of octagonal pierced sterling silver sugar casters, 1721-22 London, two date marks and makers marks absent, each of traditional pillar form with a globular base, pedestal foot and tiered finial, finely engraved and wriggleworked with repeat patterns
A sterling silver lidded sugar vase, R & S Garrard & Co, London 1908, together with a Continental silver tea caddy, Hanau, bearing import marks for William Moering, London, 1897 the lidded sugar vase with foliate finial, acanthus to the domed lid and rim,
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