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Sterling silver pedestal bowl, marked 1956, Sheffield, EV, approx 151g, approx 6 cm high, 11diameter

Sterling silver pierced footed bowl, with blue glass insert, hallmarked London 1852, maker J.N.Creswick

Continental silver bowl marked 800, star 881 FI, probably Italian, approx 267g, approx 20 cm diameter x 7 cmH

Russian 875 Silver swing handle & cut crystal bowl marked MI, approx 12 cm dia

.900 solid Silver grape bowl with a gilt wash interior and applied grape & leaf casting marked 900 and makers mark, approx 114g & 5 cm high, 9 cm Sq

A silver footed bowl, Christian F. Heise / Denmark /, circa 1918, with a shaped body and an everted rim, approximately 394 gms silver, 10 cm high, 20 cm diameter

A set of 8 sterling silver finger bowls 3rd quarter 20th century, London assay, maker JJ matching hallmarks, height: 5.5 cm, diameter 9.2 cm, total weight: 940gms

Russian silver double handled bowl, mark of Ivan Saltykov, Moscow, 1908-1926, engraved with floral decoration, hallmarked, approx. Weight 148 grams

A late Victorian silver bowl, circular fluted shape raised on four ball feet, London 1897 by Pearce & Sons. 230gms.

A fine.830 silver centre bowl with a glass Liner, late 19th century, the gently lobed oval bowl raised on a conforming waisted base, with hollow scroll handles and narrow applied borders, the clear glass liner with a striking fan shaped serrated rim. Silve

An American sterling silver bowl, after 1940s, with mark of Georg Jensen Inc USA and marked sterling, a tapering deep bowl with floriform rim and a waisted base; hallmarked underside. Silver weight 170gr. Height 8 cm. Diameter 11.5 cm

A sterling silver gilt Washed bowl, 1904 Birmingham, with maker's mark for J.Sherwood & Sons, the small bowl with a rolled rim and low foot rim, of plain form and having dual scrolled handles; hallmarked to upper body. Silver weight 191gr

A fine set of eight Georg Jensen sterling silver wine goblets by Harald Nielsen, on geometric stems with hand beaten finish to bowl, each 14-14.5 cm high

An early Victorian sterling silver ruby glass lined bowl, Birmingham, circa 1844, with pierced anthemion panelled sides on grape vine moulded shaped circular foot, 443 grams 17 cm high

A fine early Victorian sterling silver comport, William Bateman II, London 1839, the acanthus repousse rim above open lattice band, the bowl raised from grapevine moulded base, with coronet armorial 19.5 high x 24 cm diameter, 1492 grams

An American silver bowl, plain form with engraved rim. Diameter 15 cms. Weight 100g.

Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company pair of sterling silver small bowls, Sheffield 1896, 49 grams

Hand hammered silver 2 handle bowl, 15.5 cm wide, 208 grams approx

Sterling silver pierced bowl, hallmarked Sheffield 1930, diameter 13 cm, 82grams approx

Art Nouveau Russian silver bowl, Moscow, 84 zolotnik purity (875/1000), 17.8 cm wide, 8 cm high, 180 grams approx

Scottish silver bowl with Australian Hallmarks, Drummond Melbourne

A Victorian sterling silver goblet by Barkers Brothers, Chester 1910 with floral engraved bowl 21 cm high, 260 grams

A Victorian sterling silver goblet by George Unite, Birmingham 1868 with floral embossed and vacant cartouches and flute bowl 26 cm high, 515 grams

Three Tibetan silver mounted wooden offering bowls, early 20th century, with auspicious symbols, 12.9 cm diameter (variable). Provenance: Private NSW collection

A Georg Jensen silver circular bowl, designed by Johan Rohde in 1912, Copenhagen, 1915/30, model No. 6, with a circular flared bowl raised on berried leaves and scrolls and stepped oval base, the base engraved 'Florence Stern Kahn – 1931', st

William Comyns & Sons Arts & Crafts sterling silver bowl Edwardian VII two handled circular bowl with 8 embossed arched panels on flared spreading foot, engraved presentation inscription, maker William Comyns & Sons, London, 1908, 20 cm dia

George V sterling silver stemmed table bowl plain quatrefoil outline with oval base, Sheffield, 1922

Gabrielle de Vecchi (b1938) sterling silver bowl formed as a hare, dated 1992

Sterling silver miniature monteith bowl, London c.1900, approx. 5.9 oz. troy

Dutch hallmarked silver bowl. Pierced decoration. Hallmarks to body.

A George III silver gilt pedestal bowl, body decorated with anthemion floral garlands, hallmarks struck to the underside of the base. Samuel Taylor, London, 1761. 9.5 cm high, 10.5 cm diameter, 135g.

A Victorian silver oval bowl embossed with flower heads, London 1891. 21 cm long, 154g.

A George V silver circular form bowl, the centre embossed with cherubs, London 1923. 15 cm wide, 151g.

A sterling silver gadrooned pedestal bowl, 1899 Sheffield, with maker's marks for William Mammat & Son’silver weight 157gr. Height 9 cm. Diameter 12 cm

A heavy gauge American sterling silver bowl, second half 20th century, with maker's mark for Gorham, the Paul Revere reproduction bowl of generous proportions with a slightly everted rim and raised on a pedestal base; hallmarked underside’silver

A German.800 pierced silver bowl, late 19th century, with post 1886 mark to centre and marked Germany, the oval bowl, richly embossed, chased and pierced with scrolling vegetal forms, birds and torchères, a cupid narrative scene to the centre. Height 6.5 c

A reproduction Paul Revere sterling silver bowl, 20th century, American, in 'Cartier' pattern, the small bowl with a slightly everted rim raised on a ribbed foot rim; marked sterling underside’silver weight 139gr. Height 7 cm. Diameter 13 cm

Vintage sterling silver bowl, with hammered finish & inscription for 1926, hallmarked London 1925, 270g approx.

Two small sterling silver bowls, English hallmarks, 134g approx.

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