English hallmarked sterling silver George V footed bowl having pierced detail to the rim, standing on a collet foot. Birmingham, 1925, maker Hardy Brothers. Condition fair, some dents, pushed in foot. Diameter 24.9 cm. Weight 386g
i) a Victorian sterling silver pierced work bowl, 1895 London, by William Gibson & John Langman. Height 5 cm. Width 16.8 x 16.8 cm. Weight: 235gms, ii) a Victorian sterling silver hip flask, 1896 London, makers mark rubbed
An Irish George III sterling silver plain circular bowl by Robert Calderwood, Dublin circa 1760, engraved with a contemporary coat of arms and crest, the base with scratch weight 17:7 1/2, 9.5 cm high, 505 grams
An elegant George III sterling silver fluted bowl, 1805 London, with maker's marks for Peter, Ann & William Bateman. the tapering bowl on a waisted threaded base, with a bright cut key fret border above bordered flutes; hallmarked underside. Silver
A George III sterling silver feeding bowl, 1808 London, with maker's marks for John Emes. the small lozenge shaped bowl with a pouring spout, rolled rim and decorated with a bright cut foliate frieze, monogrammed Rr; hallmarked. Silver weight 71gr. Hei
A Victorian sterling silver Sweet meat bowl, 1882 London, with maker's mark for Charles Edwards. the low circular bowl with an everted serpentine rim repousse and chased in the rococo revival manner and raised on tripod hoof feet with florid lion mount
A Georgian sterling silver lemon strainer, probably mid to later 18th century, partial marks to centre all well rubbed. the two handled strainer with an applied rim surrounding a finely patterned strainer bowl, with cast shaped scroll and leaf form handles
A Polish. 800 silver bowl, and a sterling silver bowl, 1920, with Polish standard, 1943 Sheffield, with marks for Roberts & Belk including Aladdin's lamp mark, an everted bowl with a pleasing hammered finish, raised on ball feet; and a plain everte
A George II silver gilt lemon strainer, 1748 London, with maker's mark for Edward Aldridge. the two handled strainer with an applied rim surrounding a finely patterned strainer bowl, with cast shaped scroll and leaf form handles; hallmarked to centre o
A small George III sterling silver Brandy warmer, 1788 London, probably, with marks for Charles Chesterman II. the small cauldron styled pot with pouring spout, silver mount and a timber handle, total weight 55gr. Height 4 cm (bowl) length 15 cm,
English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII bowl in the Georgian style, having three stepped edges with a gadrooned border. Sheffield, 1909, maker Fordham & Faulkner. Condition: good, some tarnishing. Diameter 25.5 cm. Weight 526g
Georg Jensen, silver tazza, design no. 263, 1978, grape' pattern, the flared rim bowl decorated with pendant grapes, on a spiral stem rising from a spreading circular base, stamped 'Georg Jensen, Denmark, silver, D10, 263', approx. 278 grams he
A graduated pair of American silver and blue enamel pedestal bowls, the plain form with stepped spreading bases, blue enamel interior, impressed marks for Towle Silversmiths. Diameter 12.5 cm and 17.5 cm. 672gms.
An interesting George I sterling silver bowl 1721 London, with an unregistered maker's mark for John Penford (or Penfold), with a lovely patina, the waisted bowl raised upon a domed pedestal, with an applied thread near the rim, bearing an old repair t
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