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A sterling silver bonbon basket, with swing handle, embossed scroll work and pierced body. H. Matthews Birmingham 1911, retail by Flavelle, Sydney. Total weight 241g.

Boxed pair of silver & crystal knife rests, hallmarked Birmingham 1901, Flavelle, Roberts & Sankey Ltd

Boxed Victorian hallmarked sterling silver Christening set, hallmarked Birmingham 1876, maker Colen Hewer, Cheshire. Spoon & fork with engraved leaves decoration. Box for Flavelle Brothers & Roberts. Wt. 48g (silver only)

Sterling silver pair of miniature entree dishes, hallmarked Chester 1881, in original Flavelle Brothers box

Boxed set of Australian silver oyster forks, marked Flavelle silver in original box, 80grams

An Edwardian silver Christening bowl and spoon; cased for Flavelle Brothers Ltd; Birmingham, bowl 1910, spoon 1907.

Two various hallmarked sterling silver mounted glass smelling salts. HM Birmingham 1902 marker GEW (Flavelle) with green glass base; & Birmingham 1908, maker WV & S. Both still with contents. Dents. Height 8 cm. Width 5.5 cm. Height 6 cm. Width 2.5 cm

Art Nouveau silver comport by Flavelle Roberts and Sankey, the bowl supported on three whip lashed supports with leaf terminals. Marks: Fr and S/ Brisbane 935/ sterling silver. Height 23 cm; weight: 650 grams. Provenance: Private Collection

An Irish silver freedom box, Hy Flavelle, Dublin, 1827, circular, the detachable cover with ribbed rim and engraved with arms for the city of Cork, 148gms. Diameter 8.5 cm

Hallmarked sterling silver silver mug with kookaburra decoration. Birmingham 1911. Engraved 'Kmm 1913.' retailed by Flavelle Bros. Sydney. Height 9.5 cm