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Antique sterling silver tea strainer marked, marked Birmingham, 1894, W Hutton approx 11 cm L, 27g

French late 19th century boxed set of gilded sterling silver spoons, strainer, caddy spoon and tongs, each with Minerva hall mark and makers marks, 222 grams

Russian Imperial silver strainer spoon, circa 1896-1908, 84 zolotnik purity (875), 15.5 cm long, 34 grams approx

An Australian Arts and Crafts sterling silver designed tea strainer, sugar tongs and set of six tea spoons, circa 1900, each designed with gum leaf handles, hand beaten bowls and decorated with gum nuts, various forms of 'Stg/Silver' marks, the strainer 12

Six ornate Dutch .830 silver items: letter rack, server, tea strainer, two Ashtrays, and a small footed bowl. Late 19th to early 20th century, Typically pierced, embossed and chased with profuse floral motifs and borders with Teniers style figural decorati

A Russian. 875 silver tea strainer, 1895 Moscow, with zolotnik 84 mark of fineness and assayer's mark A.C, maker's mark rubbed. the plain circular strainer with a wide flat and roll-edged rim, the handle with a small measuring spoon terminal, hallm

Russian silver 840 standard tea strainer having floral enamelled detail, with a gilt wash interior, dated 1889. Condition: good, minor tarnishing. Length 16 cm

A Danish Art Deco silver tea strainer, c.1930's, stamped with three castle assay and makers mark, length 14 cm. Weight 58gms, $100, 200, Georg Jensen

A sterling silver 6pcs tea and coffee set with, tray, early 20th century, comprising of teapot, coffee pot, sugar bowl, cream, jug tea strainer and two handled tray, coffee pot height 21 cm. Tray width 45.5 cm, total weight 2991grams

Sterling silver tea strainer hallmarked Birmingham 1931 (William Suckling Ltd), 15 cm long

Sterling silver tea strainer and stand - special Birmingham Assay mark 1973 to commemorate 200 years of the Birmingham office (2) (handle missing)

A Norwegian silver gilt blue and white enamel tea strainer by David-Andersen, 1888-1925, 12 cm long

A silver fiddle, thread and shell pattern strainer made by William Eaton, London, 1849. 68gm

An English sterling silver tea strainer and stand Birmingham 1970

Tea strainer. Plus stand sterling silver Birmingham 1915

A Victorian silver lemon strainer, gilt interior; George Adams, London 1870.

A sterling silver Arts & Crafts tea strainer, 1903 London, with maker's mark for Henry Charles Freeman, and London import mark, the pressed strainer with celtic style strapwork decoration to the bowl and handle; hallmarked to rim. Silver weight 40gr. Lengt

A George III wine funnel, 1811 London, with maker's marks for probably Samuel Hennell, of typical funnel form with a rib edged cavetto to the strainer bowl and a detachable tapering lower section with a gently angled spout; hallmarked to both components. S

A French silver Fiddle and Thread pattern silver tea strainer by Olier & Caron, circa 1900, 16 cm long

German silver tea strainer & holder, together with tongs, spoon & shovel

Sterling silver king's pattern cutlery with various English hallmarks including London 1896 & 1898, comprising of 6 main, 6 entree forks, 6 main, 6 entree, 5 fruit forks, 5 dessert, 1 tea, 4 coffee spoons and 1 strainer spoon, 1490 grams this weight does n

A George III silver strainer by George Whitford, London 1801, with a rare pair of George II Mote spoons, London 1740, each of typical form, the spoon with makers marks rubbed, strainer 46 grams, spoon 12 grams, (2).

A Georgian silver lemon strainer by Samuel Meriton, London, 1765

Sterling silver tea strainer hallmarked Glasgow 1851,maker William Clark Shaw

A sterling silver tea strainer and a pair of. 830 sugar nips, 1915 London, with maker's marks for Hendeles & Co (tea strainer) and, 1958 Malmo, Sweden, with maker's mark Gewb (sugar nips), both profusely decorated throughout with pierced scrolls, birds and

A boxed set of six sterling silver teaspoons with sugar nips and a tea strainer, 1902 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Lee & Wigfull (Henry Wigfull) (spoons), and, 1914 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Adie Brothers Ltd (tea strainer), the shaped spoons

Three various sterling silver items, including sugar basin; tea strainer; & small enamelled comport. Wt.227g (total)

A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver punch bowl, Mark of Matthew Lofthouse, London 1706, hemispherical with broad concave fluted bands and on gadrooned spreading circular foot, the sides applied with two grotesque mask terminals and drop-ring handles, fo

An English sterling silver tea strainer and stand (Birmingham)

Sterling silver wine/tea strainer London hall marked

A Continental silver (800) repousse tea strainer and stand 155 grams

10 various hallmarked sterling silver tableware items, including tealeaf strainer, Sheffield 1959; three various butter knives, London 1805, 1832 etc. three small butter knives, Birmingham 1908 etc. sugar nips, Birmingham 1801; and 2 other spoons. Wt. 252g

English hallmarked sterling silver tea strainer set with an ivory handle set upon a dish. Birmingham, 1976, maker Lanson & Co. Length of strainer 16 cm. Weight of dish 54g

A silver lemon strainer, makers mark I.D circa 1775, shaped scrolling to the handles pierced bowl and beading to rim, 20 cm diameter weight 80gms

An Edwardian silver tea strainer, of unusual leaf shape, with gadrooned border. Birmingham 1910 by E.J. Houlston.

Sterling silver tea strainer, for Mappin & Webb, hallmarked Sheffield 1971

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