A large Indian Colonial silver circular shaped salver by Hamilton & Co, Calcutta, circa 1850, with floral border and feet, marked 'H & Co/Elephant/A/Crescent tally mark', 48 cm diameter, 2,700 grams, For similar mark see Indian Colonial Sil
Indian silver 'The Delhi cup' of Art Deco shape, having a flared pierced mouth, applied tiger figures to the shaped handles, on a stepped pedestal pierced foot & on a timber base. Engraved 'Strong & Faithful Parlakimedi, the Delhi cup W
A 19th century quality heavy Indian silver presentation pedestal bowl, fine quality embossed and engraved palace scenes including interior and exterior with figures; the scenes in the Calcutta style, the rim presentation engraved 'Presented to S.M. Barry E
Antique Indian silver tea & coffee service, comprising teapot (19 cm high), coffee pot (24 cm), milk jug and sugar bowl, with repoussé decoration depicting birds amongst flowering branches, each piece with mark MM stamped on the bottom side of a lower foot
Antique Indian silver ewer with repoussé decoration depicting flowering plants and cobra form finial to lid leading into the handle, 25 cm high, 706 grams approx, unmarked, some shallow dents to body and loss of shape to base
Antique Indian silver tea & coffee service comprising of teapot (19 cm high), coffee pot (24 cm), milk jug and sugar bowl, with repoussé decoration depicting birds amongst flowering branches, each piece with mark MM stamped on the bottom side of a lowe
An Indian silver photograph frame, with mahogany back, rectangular shape with arched pediment, outlined with bound reed border, maker's marks for Cooke & Kelvey; along with a similarly marked small lidded cylindrical canister. Frame 23 x 24.5 cm
Indian silver octagonal tray with a raised floral border & beaded rim, inscribed to the centre 'Sandoz Sandoz (India) limited in Appreciation John Symon 1997'. Stamped 'Silver' to the base. condition good, some scratches & tarnishin
Meerschaum pipe of a West Indian gent fashioning a feathered cap, with an English hallmarked sterling silver, cuff & a horn type stem. Condition good to fair, some restoration & expected losses to the hat & shirt front. Length 26 cm
Victorian sterling silver water jug made for the Indian colonial market, and retailed by Charles Nephew & Co, Calcutta (fl1840-1870), of tapering form with alternating plain and ornately chased bands of stylised scrolls, pierced thumb piece, prancing horse
'Sam Brown' officers belt Australian made, together with a silver plated hip flask. Sam Brown was a British cavalry office and Indian Mutiny hero. When his left arm was severed in battle he could not draw his sword, as on a charging horse you needed one ha
A 19th century Indian Colonial silver Brandy Saucepan, close-fitted cover; ebonized handle and finial; the beak spout with hinged cover; John Hunt, Calcutta c.1810. (Houstone mark 226) height 10.5 cm. Weight approx 310g
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