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Continental 800 silver sugar bowl and scuttle spoon, approx. 134gr

Sterling silver Elkington sugar bowl, hallmarked Birmingham 1907, together with a pair sugar tongs

A George III sterling silver sugar bowl by John W Story, London 1809 and 2 pair of sugar tongs, London 1832 & 1858

A Georg Jensen sterling silver oval handled sugar bowl, model No 235A, post 1945, oval dot mark. 9.5 cm wide, 7 cm high, 105 grams

Sterling silver salver, pierced floral bowl & late Victorian lidded sugar bowl (3 items) (380+ gms)

A Georg Jensen sterling silver sugar bowl, 1945 onwards, model 456 B designed by Harald Nielsen, the two handled cup form bowl with a slightly flared rim and having a faint beaten finish to the interior and exterior, the elegant 'C' form threaded and folia

A collection of English sterling silver, comprising a large serving spoons, two sauce ladles and a plain sugar bowl, 31 cm long, 10 cm diameter

Cased George VI sterling silver sugar bowl & spoon two handled circular shape with engraved initials London 1938

A West Australian kangaroo paw sterling silver sugar bowl and spoon Designer unknown stamped 'Stg. Silver' with makers monogram. Height 12.5 cm

A Georgian silver sugar bowl and various silver condiments

Antique cased sterling silver sugar bowl and sifting ladle, London 1900

A George III Irish heavy silver large sugar bowl, the compressed wide baluster body with embossed floral and scroll decoration, raised on four ball and claw legs with shell and leaf scroll tops, crested. Diameter 13.5 cm, weight 428gms. Dublin 1818 by Jame

Silver sugar bowl by Edward Fischer, with serrated edge, fixed shaped and engraved handle resting on ball feet, dedicated to Rc bell/ 1880. Marks: Fischer/ Geelong/ Strlg. Silver to base and handle, ref: Jbh no 115. Height 13 cm; weight: 275 grams. Provena

An Omar Ramsden Arts and Crafts sterling silver sugar bowl, makers mark Omar Ramsden, London circa 1937, the deep sided footed bowl gently balloons out terminating in a short flared rim, the surface of a hand beaten finish, incised 'Omar Ramsden Me Fecit',

A George V silver sugar bowl and cover with sifter. Maker Henry Wilkinson & Co Ltd London 1932. Of flared form with domed cover on bun feet with blue glass insert together with a sugar sifter. Height 13.5 cm