These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.
An Austro-Hungarian .800 silver fish platter, later 19th to early 20th century, with Dianakopf stamp, Navette shaped with reeded ribbon tied rims; hallmarked to rim, silver weight 1245gr, length 57.5 cm, width 30.5 cm
An Austro-Hungarian .800 silver serving platter, later 19th to early 20th century, with Dianakopf stamp and maker's mark KM, oval, with reeded ribbon tied rims, hallmarked to rim, silver weight 1466gr, length 51 cm, width 36.5 cm
A fine set of six German Imperial .875 silver meat platters, circa 1850 Berlin, with maker's mark for Johann George Hossauer, court silversmith, medallist, goldsmith to the King of Prussia, Frederick Wilhelm III, the heavy gauge pristine platters with serp
A substantial sterling silver cricket presentation epergne Stephen Smith, London, circa 1873 supporting five etched glass cups and central etched glass platter, the base inscribed Presented to / M.A.Troughton.E.s.q. / 26th August, 1874 / by the / Right Hon
Late 18th century underglaze blue oval platter. Decorated with the Fitzhugh pattern within a diaper and cross hatch border. The dish has been later bound in silver and bears the hallmark for Porto, Portugal within the date range 1938-1985. One silver handl
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 IV sterling silver salver maker's mark William Bateman II, London, circa 1828, the shallow platter with floral repousse rim engraved floral bands all raised on three curled feet, stamped to base, 480grs total weight of silver, 23 cm diameter
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
An impressive Victorian sterling silver oval serving platter with substantial foliate cast carry handles and rim decoration, the well decorated with foliate and floral engraving. London 1846, maker's mark 'Bs', possibly Benjamin Smith. Length 77.5 cm. Widt
We do not automatically renew subscriptions, however you will be contacted prior to the expiry date and you may choose to renew if you wish.
We offer library subscriptions at competitive rates for both in-library access via IP address and off-library access through EZproxy software or similar. One subscription covers all libraries in your group.