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Australian sterling silver tankard by Hardy Bros, 14 cm high approx., 410gms approx.

Hardy Bros. silver mustard pot, with cherub decoration, hallmarked Chester 1899

Nicole Nielsen & Co., an 18ct gold half-hunter cased chronograph pocket watch mvt & case 9564 retailed by Hardy Brothers London circa 1884 English lever movement signed by retailer, white enamel dial, black Roman numerals and minute divisions, blued steel

A pair of sterling silver salts and a salt spoon, circa 1930s Birmingham, with makers' marks Hardy Bros Ltd. Rectangular compressed and waisted salts with trefid shaped mounts to shaped pad feet; and a small 1906 Birmingham silver salt spoon with a rococo

A Victorian silver condiment set, two salt and peppers with spoons, mustard with blue glass inlay and spoon; E S Barnsley & Co (Edward Souter Barnsley), Birmingham, 1900. Comes in a fitted Hardy Brothers presentation box.

A pair of Australian silver serviette rings; Hardy Bros.

A pair of small silver bon bon dishes, pierced form, three ball feet; Hardy Bros, Birmingham, 1944. Weight 55g.

A silver salver, circular shaped form, raised rim on four feet; Hardy Bros Ltd, Birmingham, 1934. Weight 615g.

A gold necklace by Hardy Brothers, the heavy woven mesh links with a Florentine and polished finish in 18ct gold, total length 420mm, boxed

A cased pair of sterling silver and blue enamel Art Deco powder compact and cigarette case with marquisite decoration in original Hardy Bros fitted case total weight 368g

Australian sterling silver teapot having a plain round bellied body, with a hinged dome lid, timber handle & finial, standing on a collet foot. Maker Hardy Bros. Condition good, minor wear to the base & slight staining to the interior. Height 15.5 cm. Weig

Hardy Brothers sterling silver christening cup, hallmarked London 1964, 136grams approx

Hardy Bros sterling silver cased perfume bottle, hallmarked Birmingham 1920,

Hardy Bros. Sterling silver photo frame, hallmarked Birmingham 1939, 16 cm x m approx.

Set of 6 sterling silver Hardy Bros. Coffee spoons, hallmarked Birmingham 1935 together with 4 other hallmarked silver 'Coffee Bean' spoons, total weight 55gms approx.

A diamond bracelet by Hardy Brothers, comprising round brilliant cut diamonds to a stylised buckle clasp, mounted in 18ct white gold, total length 180mm, signed Hb.

Hallmarked sterling silver footed bowl, hallmarked Birmingham 1915?, maker Hardy Brothers, pierced gallery. Height 7.5 cm. Diameter 18 cm. Wt. 185g

Geo V hallmarked sterling silver cigarette box, hallmarked Birmingham 1932, maker Hardy Brothers. Height 5 cm. Length 13 cm

A Hardy Bros. split cane fly fishing rod 'The Knockabout' and 'The Uniqua' Hardy's reel, the two piece rod with wood plugs and in green cloth bag, the reel in original named card box.

A set of six Royal Worcester demitasse, retailed by Hardy Bros Ltd. Date code 41921

A Hardy Bros silver-plate breakfast egg 20 cm high, 34 cm wide

A Hardy Bros, Sydney small silver-plated serving dish

Coral, pearl and garnet brooch, gold plated, the free form coral branch set with cultured pearls and garnets, together with a pair of matching ear clips (3), weight approximately 26.2 grams, labels: accompanied by Hardy Brothers valuation, dated from Augus

Gold snake necklace, 14ct yellow gold, the head bezel set with a round brilliant-cut diamond weighing 0.10 carats, weight approximately 32.2 grams, labels: accompanied by Hardy Brothers valuation, dated from December 8, 2002

Hardy Bros. sterling silver and enamel compact hallmarked Birmingham 1950, 9 cm diameter

Two Hardy Bros. sterling silver shell dishes hallmarked Birmingham 1912, 131g approx.

Pair of sterling silver collared crystal decanters maker Hardy Bros., hallmarked Birmingham 1914, 27 cm high approx., one with small crack

Antique Hardy Brothers sterling silver fob watch with enamel Roman numeral dial front

A 9ct yellow gold filled padlock bracelet by Hardy Brothers, circa 1900, yellow gold curb links filled with copper, made by Hardy Brothers retailed by W Kerr Watchmaker and Jeweller, Sydney, with original fitted box. Total weight 36.4grams.

Volume - 'By Appointment: the History of Hardy Brothers 1780-1980,' by Gail Franzmann Published by the Macmillan Company of Australia Pty Ltd, 1980. Hardback.

A W.J. Sanders sterling silver trophy cup retailed by Hardy Bros. Engraved 'The Australian Golf Club Presidents Associates Cup, Won By Miss E. Cameron, 1938' 130g

A Stokes & Sons sterling silver cream jug with the Macarthur/ Onslow family crest retailed by Hardy Bros copy of research notes included.

An Australian sterling silver toast rack, Hardy Bros, circa 1930

A Magnus Goldring, Edwin Harrop sterling silver Britannic engine-turned cigarette case c. 1940, retailed by Hardy Bros 152g

A sterling silver book match case, fine engine-turned decoration enamelled 'Advance Australia' medallion applied on front. Marked for Hardy Bros. Ltd., 1934, maker: Magnus Goldring incorp Edwin Harrop, Sydney.

English hallmarked sterling silver George V jewellery box with a hinged lid, timber lined interior & leather base. Birmingham, 1918, maker Hardy Bros. Condition good, some minor dents. Dimensions - 8.2 x 8.2 x 5 cm

A vintage 9ct gold Omega wristwatch, Arabic numerals, blued hands, subsidiary seconds dial on a 15 jewell manual movement 9057857. Retailed by Hardy Bros. C - 1940. Working

Hardy Bros sterling silver compact hallmarked Birmingham 1956,

A three stone sapphire and diamond ring by Hardy Brothers, the emerald cut blue sapphire of 2.14cts, flanked by two baguette cut diamonds, mounted in 18ct gold, ring size M, boxed.

An antique locket retailed by Hardy Brothers, the oval hinged locket finely enamelled with a white lily and blue forget-me-nots, having glazed sections to the interior, set in sterling silver presented in original fitted box.

A pair of Australian silver serviette rings; Hardy Bros.

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