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A pair of George III sterling silver waiters, by Elizabeth Cooke, London 1759, each of circular form with gadrooned rim, with engraved panther crest, 787 grams

A silver waiter, round form, scalloped rim, on three hoof feet, engraved A.D. To platter, Hardy Brothers, Sheffield, 1924. Diameter 19 cms. Weight 290g. Original fitted Hardy Brothers box.

A George III silver waiter, of heavy gauge, circular with shell and floral cast rim. Engraved with the arms of Col. Stephen Peacocke, 3rd Foot Guards, d.1830: Quarterly or and azure, four lozenges in cross between four annulets [counterchanged] (Peacocke o

Sterling silver waiter, George III 1814 London, maker W.E., approx. 22 oz. troy

Victorian sterling silver waiter with 4 ball claw feet hallmarked London 1866 (Thomas Bradbury & Sons (Joseph & Edward Bradbury)), 20.5 cm wide, 306 grams approx.

English hallmarked sterling silver George IV waiter having a pegasus armorial, with rope twist edging & sitting on three cast foliate feet. London, 1820, maker Joseph Craddock & William Ker Reid. Condition good, minor age related wear. Diameter 16

A sterling silver waiter, Birmingham 1971 25 cm, 434g

An Edward VII sterling silver waiter with gadrooned edge, three claw and ball feet by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1904, 16 cm diameter

Footed waiter. George II style sterling silver by H Lambert London 1903. Diameter 15.5 cm

A Sri Lankan silver waiter, with raised border and intricate finely detailed embossed floral designs, on pad feet. Diameter 18.5 cm

A Sri Lankan silver waiter, with raised border and paw feet, ornate embossed floral decoration. Diameter 18.5 cm

A Sri Lankan silver waiter, with raised rim, ball and claw feet and pierced and embossed floral designs. Diameter 18.5 cm

A George II silver waiter. Maker Hugh Mills. London 1747.

A George II silver waiter, pie crust rim with husk border, foliate engraved to the centre framing a crest of a griffin's head, flames of fire issuing from its mouth, erased and gorged with a collar and chain. London 1745 by Robert Abercromby (a noted salve

A Victorian sterling silver waiter Maker GA/ JA London 1847

A George II sterling silver waiter, Robert Abercrombie, London, 1743 the plain waiter with pie crust rim, inscribed with a rampant lion to centre, supported on 3 pad feet, inscribed 'CR' to the reverse 201 gms, 16 cm diameter

A sterling silver waiter, Boardman Glossop and Company, Sheffield, 1913 the square form salver having canted corners, reeded rim, inscribed 'Music Week Nov. 5-13 1921' ' Dame Nelie Melba DBE in appreciation from the committee' 140gms, 15.5 cm diameter. Pro

A late-Victorian silver waiter, in George II style, leaf and scroll border, on shell feet; Joseph & Horace Savory, London 1890. Diameter 16.5 cm. Weight approx 270g

Walker & Hall sterling silver, serving waiter, hallmarked Chester 1906, 12 oz troy

Sterling silver waiter, on 3 hoofed legs, hallmarked Sheffield 1932, maker Mappin & Webb Ltd, 20 cm diameter approx., weight 365g approx

A rare fine quality George II crested silver waiter, engraved with a crest of a helmed arm grasping a fletched arrow issuing from a ducal coronet - with shell and scroll border and three pad feet. London 1759 by Ebenezer Coker. Weight 212gms. Diameter 17 c

A good Victorian period crested silver waiter, with gadroon border, finely engraved floral decoration and three shell and scroll feet. London 1871 by Elkington & Co. (Frederick Elkington). Weight 385gms. Diameter 19.5 cm

A Georgian silver sauce-pot, English 18th century a Georgian silver waiter and a Georgian silver teapot stand all English 18th century

A George III waiter. Maker Richard Rugg. London 1776, the armorial, within a scalloped beaded edge, on three claw and ball feet. 15 cm wide. 235gm.

English hallmarked sterling silver George III waiter on three feet, with rope twist edging. Some later naive etching to underside. London, 1775, maker Robert Jones I width 23.5 cm. Weight 515g

Sterling silver waiter on 3 feet, hallmarked Birmingham 1932, 20.5 cm diameter, 280 grams

George V sterling silver waiter on ball and claw feet, hallmarked London 1931, 21.5 cm wide, 324 grams

Victorian sterling silver waiter with armorial to centre, standing on 4 ball and claw feet, hallmarked London 1897, 'Goldsmith's Company 112 Regent Street' stamped to back, 20.5 cm wide, 350 grams approx

Irish sterling silver waiter, Dublin, by C. Fox, mid 18th century

A sterling silver waiter, with high crust rim raised on three scroll feetĀ , Sheffield 1933 by Viner Ltd. Width 23 cm

An Elizabeth II silver waiter, the maker is J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd Sheffield 1964, the border is scalloped with a centre engraved armorial on three claw and ball feet. 490gm. 26 cm wide

A Victorian silver small waiter, shaped circular with foliate border; presentation engraved and with crest and motto; Stephen Smith, London 1878; retailer: Goldsmiths' Alliance, Cornhill. Diameter 21 cm. Wt approx 370g.

Sterling silver waiter by Walker and Hall, with floral, foliate an scroll decoration, on 3 feet, hallmarked Sheffield 1901, measures 21.7 cm wide, 350 grams approx

A George III silver waiter, Ebenezer Coker, London 1762 of circular design with shell and scroll rim, engraved with monogram 'WSL' within a foliate scroll engraved band, raised on short pad feet, diameter 19 cm, weight 9.7oz, weight 273gms

Pair George II hallmarked sterling silver small waiters. London 1733; maker Caleb Hill. Piecrust edges; armorial engraved. Diameter 14 cm each. Weight 210gm and 218gm

Samuel Scott, London, 1872 Victorian sterling silver waiter circular shaped, beaded and wavy rim, engraved decoration of scrolls and birds, on three ball and claw feet, engraved 'Goldsmiths Alliance' Cornhill London. Diameter 18.5 cm weight 294 grams

Ebenzer Coker and Thomas Hannam, London, 1759 George III sterling silver waiter circular shaped, shell and gadroon rim, engraved floral decoration, crested 'Campbell-Vix ea Nostra Voco' (I scarcely call these things our own), on three stepped hoof feet. Di

William Bateman, London, 1808 sterling silver waiter plain oval form with gadrooned rim, on raised four legs. Length 26 cm weight 443 grams