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A fine George III sterling silver pedestal cup, 1811 London, with maker's mark for Robert Garrard I, the fine Regency styled cup with a stiff leaf border to the lower section above a tapering pedestal, a laurel leaf socle and a square base, crisply hal

A George IV sterling silver baluster coffee pot by Robert Garrard II, London, 1827 engraved with a Baron's crest and coronet, 29 cm high, 1,125 grams

A Georgian silver coffee Biggin pot by John Wakelin & Robert Garrard, London 1800, of restrained tapered form with sycamore handle, cup and cover knop, laurel moulded rim fluted detail on spout, 21.5 cm high 481 grams

English hallmarked sterling silver Elizabeth II boxed condiment set comprising a lidded blue lined mustard pot & spoon, open blue lined salt & spoon & a pepper pot. All with applied gadroon borders & sitting on four cast lions paw feet, set

A sterling silver Christening mug, Garrard & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1953, 137 grams

A sterling silver coffee pot and hot water jug, 1978, Sheffield, by Garrard & Co. London. Heights: 18 cm, total weight: 965grams

A fine George III sterling silver hot water urn on stand with burner by John Wakelin & Robert Garrard I, London 1793, with detachable circular body engraved with a contemporary coat of arms and scallop shell spigot on four thread legs with lion paw fee

An elegant sterling silver presentation desk lighter, 1974 London, with maker's marks for Garrard & Co Ltd, of pleasingly simple tapering form with an undulating rim, the top section recessed and centred with a removable chrome lighter and plastic

English hallmarked sterling silver Elizabeth II parcel gilt centrepiece with a Waterford cut crystal bowl, modelled as three boys playing blindman's buff around a tree. Decorated with gilt detail. Birmingham, 1975, Garrard & Co Ltd. Condition: good, minor

A Garrards silver salver, London 1997, of plain circular form with raised reeded rim, 1981 grams

A pair of sterling silver ladles, Kings pattern, Sebastian Henry Garrard- Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1923. Weight 173g

A Georgian sterling silver toddy ladle 1752/3 London, with maker's mark for William Garrard. The oval bowl with radiating flutes and a serpentine rim, having a slender conical throat attached to a timber handle with a swelled terminal and finial; hallm

Garrard & Co silver plated brandy pan with 1977 presentation engraving, 23 cm long approx

Victorian sterling silver tray, approx. 25 oz. troy, London 1885, marked Garrards Panton St. London

A pair of sterling silver Queen Victoria diamond Jubilee commemorative pepperettes, 1897 London, with makers' marks for James Garrard (Royal silversmith). Designed as hexagonal covered fonts in the Gothic manner and bearing the cypher of Queen Victoria 183

A sterling silver lidded sugar vase, R & S Garrard & Co, London 1908, together with a Continental silver tea caddy, Hanau, bearing import marks for William Moering, London, 1897 the lidded sugar vase with foliate finial, acanthus to the domed lid and rim,

A pair of silver cups. Maker John Wakelin & Robert Garrard London 1800

Pair of antique hallmarked sterling silver candlesticks in the Renaissance revival, Britannia standard 1908/09. Maker Sebastian Garrard, F&S Garrard & Co, Haymarket, London, each approx 19 cm high (2)

The Tattersalls Cup, a large Victorian sterling silver Pilgrim's flask, Robert Garrard, London, 1864 having a flattened pear shaped body with fluting to the lower section, mounted to either side with a foliate framed Bacchic mask, the terminals of which ar

A George III style silver wine funnel, plain; Garrard, London 1979. Height 13.5 cm. Weight 185g

A sterling silver 5pc tea and coffee set 1961/62, Birmingham, by Garrard & Co. London, comprising of tea and coffee pot, lidded sugar bowl, milk jug and tea strainer with drip tray. Coffee pot height 26 cm. Total weight 1955 grams; and a silver plated serv

A set of three silver wine labels by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co, London 1908. Together with three other Victorian and later silver wine labels in vine leaf form, 'Sherry', 'Madeira' and 'Port', 161 grams in total, (6).Provenance: part purchased from Ga

A set of four Edwardian silver bon bon dishes by Sebastian Henry Garrard, London 1909. The repose border with floral roundels joined by openwork swags and scrolls, the saw pierced stepped body embellished with laurel cartouche and swags on conforming shape

English hallmarked sterling silver Elizabeth II four piece tea set comprising a teapot, coffee pot, sugar & creamer with engraved detailed design & timber handles & finials. Sheffield, 1954, maker Garrard & Co Ltd., height of coffee pot 19 cm, weight inclu

An impressive Garrard & Co. Victorian silver gilt dessert service in a bacchanalian design; 36 parfait spoons by Francis Higgins, London 1874; 8 serving spoons, Henry Holland, London 1867; pair of fruit salad servers, Francis Higgins, London 1867/69; grape

Silver plated pierced gallery tray, with two plates and tray, one Garrard & Co, London, approx 46cm long (3)

A Victorian sterling silver four bottle cruet set in elaborate pierced floral stand with scroll handle and four scroll feet. Oil, vinegar, pepper, mustard. Garrards, London 1848. Height 20 cm

English hallmarked sterling silver beaker with a gilt wash interior, commemorating the '800th Anniversary of the Mayoralty of London, Wates City' with the crest and latin text 'Domine Dirige Nos' and recognising the first Mayor Fitz Alwin 1188-89 and the t

Garrard & Co. Sterling silver ashtray the circular tray with a figure of mercury mounted in the centre, stamped Garrard & Co Ltd.

English hallmarked sterling silver canteen of Kings pattern cutlery for eight persons, consisting of a carving set, four serving spoons, two sauce ladles, eight main knives, eight main forks, eight entree knives, eight entree forks, eight main spoons, eigh

A Garrard sterling silver cigarette box, London, 1936 14 cm width x 9 cm depth x 3.7 cm high

Sterling silver salver on three legs, London 1885, Garrards London 1885

A Garrard's sterling silver commemorative bowl with silver gilt handles. Limited edition for the birthday of the Queen mother (numbered 26/90). Weight (approx.) 2.05kg. Height 22.5 cm

An Edwardian silver serving spoon, Old English pattern, crested; Garrards, London 1907. Wt 79g

Victorian hallmarked sterling silver circular dish. London 1879; maker Robert Garrard. Retail stamp of Garrards, London. Diameter 26 cm. Weight 615g

Hallmarked sterling silver double handled figural centrepiece of navette form, flanked with figures of shepherd and shepherdess, stamped to the foot 'R&S Garrard Panton St. London', with insert (unmarked). London, 1872, maker R & S Garrard & Co dimensions

An Art Deco sterling silver & gold ladies compact, by Garrard & Co Ltd., London, 1949, with interior bevelled glass mirror, engine turned decoration with gold inlay, 7.2 cm x 7.2 cm

Presentation cased set of hallmarked sterling silver cutlery, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co Ltd, Sheffield 1917-18, some marked for Garrard, approx 129 piece s, weight of items without table knives, cheese knives, fish forks, fish knives, fruit forks and

A pair of sterling silver rectangular pin dishes by Garrard, London 1920, 10.2 cm wide

Fine canteen of sterling silver flatware service setting for eight, plus serving pieces, marked for Garrards & Co London dated 1964-65, 84 pieces in all, total approx weight 3.600 kg

Garrard Company Ltd., sterling silver Alms dish, plain design, London 1965, stamped to base Garrard & Co. Ltd 112 Regent St London W1. Diameter 7 cm. Weight 258 grams. Provenance: The Estate of the Late Lady Walton

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