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A matching sterling silver creamer and sugar bowl. First half 20th century, with maker's marks for William Drummond & Co. The elegant ovoid creamer and bowl each with a broad waisted neck and a narrow egg and dart border, raised upon a footed base
English hallmarked sterling silver George IV sugar & creamer having half-fluted bodies with gadrooned edges sitting on collet feet. London, 1826, maker Sebastian Crespel II. Condition good, some tarnishing. Height of sugar bowl - 10.3 cm. Weight 563g
A sterling silver sugar bowl and creamer, 1903 Birmingham, with makers' marks for John Edward Wilmot, of neoclassical boat shaped styling each with a gadrooned lower section and a rolled rim, the jug with a scroll strap handle, the sugar bowl with ribbed b
A George III Irish silver swing handle sugar basket, maker, Dublin 1801 and a George III creamer, Solomon Hougham, London 1794 the boat shaped basket standing on an oval pedestal, bright-cut engraved border and a bright-cut crest to one side and a monogram
English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII cream jug & sugar bowl in the Georgian manner, on three feet. Chester, 1909, maker Stokes & Ireland Ltd. Condition good, minor tarnishing. Height of jug 9.5 cm. Weight 199g
English hallmarked sterling silver Art Deco sugar & creamer both with a plain round body, two geometric handles, sitting on a pedestal foot. Birmingham, 1925, maker Joseph Gloster Ltd condition good, slight tarnishing. Height of sugar6.3 cm. Weight 178g
An early Victorian sterling silver sugar creamer, 1839 London, with maker's marks for Charles Reily & George Storer, the creamer of compressed pear shape form with applied floral and foliate decorations to the fold over threaded rim, with two foliate 'C' s
A George III sterling silver milk jug and sugar bowl, 1815 London, with maker's marks for Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard of squat boat shaped form with shell, foliate and gadrooned rims above a gadrooned upper section and tapering to four small bun feet,
Sterling silver sugar and creamer by William Esterbrook, London 1824 very finely embossed and chased with vacant scroll cartouche, fruit and vine designs, the edges moulded with shell and scroll garlands, each with lion paw and floral moulded feet, 701 grm
A Danish silver creamer and sugar basin, circa 1839 with maker's mark and Netherlands import mark indicating. 835 silver, each of squat lobed form with scroll and floral decorated rims and applied motifs to body, generous 'C' scroll handles and raised upon
A fine quality George III period crested silver two-handled sugar basin and matching cream jug, plain lobed design with reeded borders and lavishly gilded interiors, both London 1805 by Robert and Samuel Hennell. Total weight 460gms
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