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Silver on copper grape & vine large round platter 42 cm dia.

A Swedish silver platter, plain form with ribbed and waved border, central engraved crest; S&K, Malmo, 1945. Length 45 cms. Width 34.5 cms. Weight 1400g.

German silver platter hallmarked. Weight 519 grams

A silver footed platter made for Barbara cattle Antiques, York by an un-named maker, Sheffield, 1971. Diameter 29.5 cm

Austro-Hungarian silver 800 standard oval fish platter, Vienna Assay, length 67 cm, weight 1555g

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

Hallmarked sterling silver footed platter, approx 854 grams. London 1984 by WB&S.

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

Thai sterling silver platter. Embossed traditional decoration Surface scratched. Length 44 cm weight 106g

A Danish 830 silver serving platter. Early 20th century, '830s' silver mark. Decorated with reeded and scalloped edge border. Diameter 36.5 cm. Weight 938grams

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 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

A Georgian sterling silver small platter, the circular dish with reeded edge and boar crest. P and W Bateman, London 1808. Width 9.5 cm

A Continental 800 silver platter, circa 1940, the oval shaped platter with raised scrolling foliate border. Length 53 cm weight 1046gr

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 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

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

Sterling silver oval platter. Lobed border, possibly American. 61 x 47 cm (oval)

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 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

George III silver platter, with a gadrooned border and Cresting, London, circa 1801. Maker W.F.

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