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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 George VI silver sugar caster, ovoid, raised on circular foot (repaired), with pierced domed cover with cone finial. Birmingham 1946 by Synyer & Beddoes. 128gms

An early 20th century silver sugar sifter, plain baluster form, the tall dome top with shaped pierced detail, some attention required. Birmingham 1915. 207gms. Height 19 cm

A Victorian silver sugar caster, of cylindrical shape, wrythen fluted and foliate embossed. Birmingham 1886 by S. Blackensee & Son. 66gms

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

Sterling silver sugar sifter hallmarked Birmingham 1905, H11.5 cm approx, 83grams approx

Edwardian sterling silver sugar castor hallmarked Sheffield 1906 (John Round & Son Ltd), 18 cm high, 173 grams approx

A silver sugar caster, of vase shape with tall pierced cover. Sheffield 1935 by William Hutton & Sons Ltd. 105gms.

Sterling silver sugar castor, Birmingham 1977 Queen Jubilee mark

Large sterling silver sugar castor, Mappin and Webb 1911 date

Sterling silver George III heavily engraved sugar sifter spoon, London 1791

Sterling silver sugar caster, hallmarked Birmingham 1938, 21 cm high, 218 grams

George III sterling silver pepper pot, hallmarked London 1767 (Richard Palmer I), 11.5 cm high approx, losses to bottom rim and castor holes

A George III Silver sugar castor, maker Robert Palmer London 1763 18 cm high 183 gm

A late Victorian silver sugar caster; urn form with spiral fluting to the body and anchor decorated rim; Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham, 1896. Weight 160g.

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

Sugar caster. Sterling silver hallmarked London 1928. Height 16 cm

Sugar castor. Bfs & Co sterling silver Birmingham 1978. Height 18 cm

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 George I Britannia standard silver octagonal sugar caster by Charles Adams, London circa 1715, engraved with contemporary crest. 20 cm high, 390 grams

A George III sterling silver bun pepper caster by Henry Chawner, London, 1781. 8 cm high, 48 grams

Victorian hallmarked sterling silver sugar sifter, hallmarked London 1840, maker unknown. Length 15 cm. Wt. 77g

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

An Elizabeth II pair of sterling silver gilt bird pepper casters by Crichton Brothers, London 1975, 17 cm long 425grams (2)

A Georgian glass sugar caster with sterling silver top.Sheffield 1828

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 George IV sugar caster. Maker George Paton. Edinburgh 1825. 9 cm, 73gms.

A 1930s silver octagonal sugar sifter, baluster faceted form, pierced tall dome cover. Sheffield 1938 by James R. Ogden & Sons Ltd. 237gms. Height 20 cm

An Edwardian silver topped cut glass sugar caster, the top pierced and chased with floral scrolls. London 1905 by Searle & Co.

Sterling silver sugar caster, London 1903, approximate weight 5 oz. troy

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,