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Australian silver christening mug, by Brunkhorst of Adelaide

Set of five Australian silver framed demitasse cups (1 liner missing) by Brunkhorst of Adelaide

Australian silver & crystal presentation claret jug by A.L Brunkhorst of Adelaide; inscribed trophy 1898 Clare Defence rifle club

An Australian silver goblet by August Ludwig Brunkhorst, Adelaide, circa 1910

An Australian silver bachelor three piece tea set and circular salver by August Ludwig Brunckhorst, Adelaide circa 1890, by August Ludwig Brunckhorst, Adelaide circa 1890, the tapering bodies with angled handles, knopped finial, the salver raised on three

Silver playing cards case by Brunkhorst of Adelaide, inscribed October 11th 1907 with two sets of old playing cards by Goodall's of London

Silver four piece tea service by a L Brunkhorst, comprising teapot, lidded sugar bowl, lidded creamer and double handled tray. Each initialled Ris and the tray dated '5 March 1913'. Marks: Brunkhorst/ Adelaide / (lion passant) (Crown) ref Jbh no 150. Combi

English silver fluted box, the squat circular top with central cartouche inscribed rim leading to a wrythen body. Marks: Birmingham C1892 maker overstrike A.L.B./ Sterlin. / Brunkhorst/ Adelaide. Weight: 130 grams. Height 9 cm.

An Australian silver serviette ring by Brunkhorst of Adelaide

A sterling silver serving tray with ornate border in fitted oak case, retailer Brunkhorst of Adelaide

An Australian silver wine ewer, by A.L. Brunkhorst, Adelaide, circa 1890, the plain tapering tubular body on a shallow pedestal spreading foot, a short neck rising to an elongated rim spout and leaf capped handle with a flange and foliate junction at the b

A collection of ten Australian silver napkin rings, comprising a pair of boxed napkin rings by J. M. Wendt of Adelaide, another pair of napkin rings by J. M. Wendt of Adelaide, two napkin rings by Basse & Co, Adelaide, three napkin rings by A. L. Brunkhors

Four piece sterling silver tea service consisting of a two handled tray, a teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl, made by Brunkhorst of Adelaide

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