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A Georgian style sterling silver teapot 1942 Sheffield, by Walker & Hall. Height 17.5 cm. Total. Weight 795gms

Boxed set of sterling silver coffee spoons & nips, hallmarked Birmingham 1912, made by Walker & Hall

Pair of sterling silver toast racks, Walker and Hall Sheffield 1936 (Edward VIII)

Victorian hallmarked sterling silver salver. Sheffield 1896, makers Walker and Hall. Tri footed. Diameter 27 cm Wt. 507g

A Victorian silver rose bowl. Maker: Walker & Hall Sheffield 1898, the border with pierced foliate and mask border decoration on paw feet. Approx. 450gm 10 cm high, 13 cm wide.

Two small sterling silver toast racks, 1925 London, with maker's mark for John Charles Lowe, 1945 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall. the Lowe rack of squared bracket profile, the Walker & Hall rack of looped arching form; hall

George V silver comport, mark of Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1915, the hexagonal form bowl on a tapering pedestal foot, hallmarked, approx. Weight 528 grams

Two sets of six sterling silver spoons 1925/6 Birmingham, with maker's mark for William Devenport, and 1912 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall. Aset of apostle terminal spoons, and a set of demitasse spoons with gilt washed bowls,

A Victorian silver coffee pot, maker: Walker and Hall Co. London, 1897, of classical urn shape, fluted decoration. 522gm, 26.5 cm high.

An Edwardian sterling silver salver, Walker & Hall / Sheffield / 1902, the shaped circular tray with a raised foliate scrollwork border, with an engraved centre surrounding the monogram 'Ma', supported by three scroll feet, approximately 568 gm

A pair of Walker & Hall sterling silver serving spoons, Sheffield 1956, 171g

Two sterling silver nips and a set of six demitasse spoons, 18th century, with maker's mark for possibly Thomas Justis, a pair of bright cut nips, marked to the bowls; circa 1908 Chester, with maker's marks for Barker Bros, a pair of plain small ni

English hallmarked sterling silver George V Muffineer dish with domed cover, liner & dish & having an ivory style finial, monogrammed 'C'. Sheffield, 1932, maker Walker & Hall. Condition good, minor tarnishing. Diameter 18.5 cm. Weight

Australian silver mug, made by Wendts for Walker and Hall

A sterling silver teapot and sugar basin by Walker & Hall with inscription 'To Rev. Dr. J.W.Mackenzie Dd. and Mrs Mackenzie, from their people of Fila, Dango, Mele, Erakor, & Eton, of the Island of Sandwich New Hebrides Pignus Amicitiae. September 1912'

A George V silver canteen of cutlery in an oak presentation case. Maker, Walker and Hall, Sheffield, 1920. Comprising: Two sauce ladles, a soup ladle, and a basting spoon, 457g Eighteen desert spoons, 909g Eighteen soup spoons 1149g Six teaspoons, 111g Fiv

A pair of late Victorian sterling silver bon bon dishes, 1898 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Walker & Hall, the pierced octagonal and lobed dishes embossed with leaves and fruits, the rims with rocaille forms; hallmarked to the exterior. Silv er weight

A Walker & Hall sterling silver berry spoon, Sheffield 1903, 87g

Meat dishes. Pair of sterling silver with pierced Bodies & a small Sweet meat dish by Walker & Hall Birmingham 1902

Edwardian sterling silver 3 piece teaset, hallmarked Sheffield 1907 (Walker & Hall), 703 grams approx, comprising of teapot 24 cm wide, milk jug and sugar bowl

English hallmarked sterling silver George V teapot having a round plain baluster shaped body with an applied cape border sitting on four cast applied feet with a timber handle & finial. Sheffield, 1911, maker Walker & Hall. Condition good, minor tarnishing

Edwardian sterling silver helmet creamer hallmarked Sheffield 1902 (Walker & Hall), 12 cm high approx, 159 grams approx

i) A sterling silver 3pcs bachelors tea set Birmingham 1901, by Joseph Gloster, comprising of tea pot, sugar bowl and milk jug length 22.5 cm (spout to handle), total weight 371grams; ii) A sterling silver bowl, mid 20th century Sheffield, by Walker hall,

A silver mustard pot, plain form with blue glass inlay; Walker & Hall, Birmingham, 1923. Fitted box.

A silver bon bon dish, foliate border, pedestal foot; Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1947. Weight 167.7g.

An Edward VII silver bon-bon dish, pierced, on a scalloped base; Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1906.

English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII pierced bowl having an oval body with hand-pierced floral decoration, an applied cast border with leaf mounts & and sitting on a pedestal foot. Sheffield, 1908, maker Walker & Hall. Condition good, minor tarnis

Walker & Hall silver trophy cup with cover, Marton jockey club, Marton cup 1924, won by Ngata, 32 cm height

A small silver pepper castor; Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1920. Height 8 cm.

English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII trumpet shaped vase having a weighted base for balance. Sheffield, 1909, maker Walker & Hall. Condition good, minor tarnishing. Height 27 cm

Two small sterling silver trophy cups hallmarked Birmingham 1932 (Walker & Hall) & Sheffield 1922 (James Dixon & Sons Ltd), 7.5 cm high, 120 grams total approx, no presentation engraving

A silver tea and coffee service, Regency style, plain design with ebonised handle and knop to coffee and teapot, with cream and sugar. Sheffield 1921 by Walker & Hall. Weight 1940gms

Victorian sterling silver fruit basket with swing handle, Sheffield 1899, maker Walker and Hall, approximately 28 oz troy

Sterling silver four piece tea and coffee service by makers Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1894

A pair of Victorian silver open salts, boat-shape, double-handled, engraved with a band of wave scrolls and foliage; Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1876

English hallmarked sterling silver George V tea tray of oval form, having an engraved band of floral decoration, an applied pierced gallery with two cast beaded handles sitting on four bun feet. Also engraved with various signatures commemorating an event

Tea service, 3 piece sterling silver by Walker & Hall of Birmingham, circa 1899. Total 520+ grams

A sterling silver rose bowl, Sheffield 1907, Walker and Hall of semi-hemispherical form, mounted with two scrolling handles, supported on a spreading circular foot, inscribed: 'Melbourne Hunt Club / Dandenong Point to Point / Steeplechase / 13-9-09 / 1st T

Pair of George V style sterling silver hot chocolate pots. Maker: Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1912. 522 grams

English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VIII three piece tea set having oval shaped bodies, fine half-fluted hand-chased decoration, reeded handles on the sugar & cream jug, a wooden handle & finial on the teapot, all sitting on flat bases. Sheffield, 19

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