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Early Victorian sterling silver tray, on 4 feet with large central coat of arms, maker: John Tapley, hallmarked London 1838, 2.4kg approx.

Asprey of London twin handled serving tray in sterling silver marked Asprey & G ltd, Sheffield, 1975, 48 cm long, 1500g

Victorian sterling silver tri footed tray, hallmarked London 1853, (Edward & John Barnard), 20 cm diameter approx., 326 grams approx.

A sterling silver dressing table tray, 1906 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Henry Matthews, rectangular with raised shaped rims embossed in the rocaille manner with an amorini group to the centre; hallmarked to tray near rim. Silver weight 147gr. L

A small Dutch.835 silver tray, 1922, with mark of fineness and date stamp, an elegant unadorned tray of rectangular form with shaped corners, with reed and flute everted edges; hallmarked underside. Silver weight 407gr. Length 27.5 cm. Width 18.5 cm

Four sterling silver Kiddush cups and a sterling rimmed tray, 20th century American, with makers' marks for Gorham (tray) and Lebkuecher & Co, four slender bell shaped cups on swollen stems with pedestal bases with a small sterling silver rimmed bl

An American sterling silver tray, 1912, with maker's mark for Gorham, the low dish form tray with a low raised gallery and a low circular foot ring, a fine hammered finish to the body and centred with initial 'W' surrounded by an engraved garla

A circular Portuguese silver salver, circa 1843-53 period, with P above Crown mark and crossed branches for probably Porto, with additional initials, tested for.850 to.900 silver content, with a pierced everted gallery and bright cut garlands to the tray,

An early Victorian sterling silver tray by Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1844, with C scroll rim and engraved well, 793 grams, 30 cm diameter

Three 925 silver trays, each with reeded shaped rim, 52 and 47 cm width and 42 cm diameter, 3392 grams (3)

A George III sterling silver card tray by S.H, London 1794, with bright cut floral border and initialled cartouche, on four paw feet, 18 cm width, 134 grams

An impressive Victorian sterling silver gallery tray by Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield 1888, of oval form with pierced gallery sides, engraved with fern laurel and central armorial, 58 cm width, 3360 grams

An Edward the VII sterling silver twin handled tray by Hardy Bothers, Sheffield 1912, of elongated shaped rectangular form, engrave C to corners, 62 cm width, 2548 grams

An Edward VII silver table tray, gadroon border, floral and cherub subjects; Matthew John Jesop, Birmingham, 1902. Weight 170g.

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian tray having a rectangular body with a plain ground monogrammed 'Mb', a raised gallery border with hand-pierced floral & scroll decoration. Retailed for Flavelle Brothers, Sydney. Birmingham, 1900, ma

Large sterling silver round tray, on three feet, hallmarked Birmingham 1933, sold through Robinson & Co., Singapore & Kuala Lumpur, 1.374kg approx, 38.5 cm wide at widest point

Georgian hallmarked sterling silver serving tray, Sheffield 1825 approx, maker Waterhouse Hodson & Co., engraved to reverse 'Bought with 4 legacies of 21 pounds each given by the will of John Gale Everett Esq. To John Thring Esq., Elizabeth his wife, the R

Silver Deluxe ornate repousse round tray, marked UD 800, Indonesia, 217grams, 20 cm diameter approx

A large rectangular George V sterling silver two handled tea tray by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1933 with thread borders and handles, 68 x 41 cm, 3,900 grams

A Georg Jensen silver Blossom pattern oval tray, designed by Georg Jensen in 1905, Copenhagen, post 1945, model No 2H, the oval hand beaten body with two loop blossom and scroll handles, standard factory marks, oval Georg Jensen mark, and model numbers, 36

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian tortoiseshell tray having a pierced border decorated with cherubs, storks & foliate detail. All standing on four claw feet. London, 1890, maker William Comyns & Sons. Condition: good, minor age related w

English hallmarked sterling silver George III pair of footed trays of oval shape, with an etched armorial, having a reeded border & scrolled feet. London, 1798, maker Timothy Renou. Condition: good, minor wear to the feet. Length 31.3 cm. Weight 1395g

A large and impressive George III circular silver tray, Joseph Cradock and William K Reid, London, 1819, the openwork applied rim designed with scrolls, foliage, wheat sheaves, grapes and bees, the centre engraved with a plumed coronet, bird of paradise an

An small oval Mexican sterling silver tray, 20th century, the Georg Jensen inspired tray, the rim slightly shaped at each end and embellished with berry motifs; stamp underside’silver weight 273gr. Length 25 cm. Width 15 cm

Two oval silver dishes, Continental and American sterling, 20th century, one marked.835; the other by Gorham, a small serpentine flute edged tray marked.835, and; a dish with a flaring cushion profile rim finely embossed with Art Nouveau inspired floral an

Two Continental silver trays, mid 20th century, German.835, and probably Italian,.800, a gadroon edged square tray and a rectangular tray with a serpentine threaded edge’silver weight 597gr. Length 24 cm. Width 24 cm. and smaller

An Eastern silver tray, 20th century, with partial marks, the tray with borders of arabesques and five roundels with elephants and other beasts, centred with a fantastic knot of five birds with interlaced necks; hallmarked to the rim’silver weight 28

A Victorian sterling silver salver, 1883 London, with maker's marks for Martin Hall & Co, the tray of Eastern inspiration with a beaded rim and vegetal border in low relief with an engraved tray section, raised on cast feet; crisply hallmarked underside, s

George III sterling silver snuffers tray, thread boarders, half loop handles, crested horse head with star collar to centre, marked London, HC, 1787, approx 141g, approx 3 cm high, 30 cm long, 10 cm W

Romanian silver 800 standard pen tray of oval shape, with floral borders & pierced detail. Condition good, minor scratches & age related wear. Length 39 cm. Weight 348g

English hallmarked sterling silver George V tray having a square body with shaped & cut corners, a plain ground, stepped border, sitting on four cast scrolled ball feet. Sheffield, 1935, maker Viner's Ltd. Condition good, some tarnishing. Length 26

Austro-Hungarian silver 950 standard tray having a floral pierced border with shell decoration, with an etched body. Condition good, some scratches & general wear. Length 39 cm. Weight 553g

Austro-Hungarian silver 800 standard tray having a pierced floral border. Condition good, minor scratches & wear. Length 38 cm. Weight 536g

Austro-Hungarian silver 800 standard round tray having an applied cast foliate border & a stepped base. Condition good to fair, some scratches & wear. Diameter 33.5 cm. Weight 786g

Australian sterling silver tray by W.J. Sanders having scalloped edges & floral bands, engraved 'Presented to Dudley Beresford Lewington Esq By His Colleagues As a Token of Esteem, on His Retirement As Chairman of Directors of British Tobacco Compa

A large silver serving tray, rectangular form, scalloped rim, scrolled handles, Hardy Bros, London, 1925. Length 61 cms (including handles) width 38 cms. Weight 2.5kgs. Comes in original Hardy Brothers fitted case.

Sterling silver card tray hallmarked London 1902, diameter 14.5 cm approx, 85 grams approx

Sterling silver tray by Walker & Hall hallmarked Sheffield 1918, 29.5 cm diameter , 820 grams approx

A fine French .950 silver tray, mid 19th century, with Minerva 1 standard and maker's mark for Jean Francois Veyrat, an oval tray with serpentine reeded edges, initialled 'R' to the rim; hallmarked underside, silver weight 805gr. Length 35 cm.

A fine large French .950 silver tray, mid 19th century, with Minerva 1 standard and maker's mark for Jean Francois Veyrat, an oval tray with serpentine reeded edges with engraved floral initials to the rim; hallmarked underside, silver weight 1109gr. L