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A silver muffineer set, comprising a mustard pot, salt and pepperette, Birmingham 1922 (3), Makers mark J. Gloster. 155g in total

English hallmarked sterling silver George V Muffineer dish with domed cover, liner & dish & having an ivory style finial, monogrammed 'C'. Sheffield, 1932, maker Walker & Hall. Condition good, minor tarnishing. Diameter 18.5 cm. Weight

A George II silver muffineer, vase shaped with tall and ornately pierced domed cover with baluster finial, engraved with crest and motto. London 1754, maker's mark indistinct. Cover with inserted liner. 118gms. Height 13.5 cm

A George I silver muffineer, vase shaped with decoratively pierced domed cover surmounted by a squat circular finial, the body chased and engraved with floral decorations and husk framed cartouche engraved with monograms. London c.1723 by Meshach Godwin. 7

A George III silver muffineer, vase shaped with tall pierced and engraved domed cover with flame finial, rope edge detail to the cover rim, body belly and circular spreading foot. London 1781 by Hester Bateman (marks indistinct). 85gms. Height 15 cm

A George III silver muffineer, of vase shape, with tall domed cover decoratively pierced and engraved and surmounted by an acorn finial, the body engraved with a semi-griffin crest. Edinburgh 1763. 119gms. Height 14.5 cm

A cased sterling silver double muffineer set by Fenton Russell & Company, comprising two salts, peppers and mustard pots, two mustard and salt spoons, and four spoons

A sterling silver double muffineer set, comprising two salts, two peppers, two mustards and four spoons, Sheffield 1917

English hallmarked sterling silver Muffineer with reeded detail & a double walled base. Birmingham, 1910, maker Martin, hall & Co. Condition good, minor wear & tarnishing diameter 17.5 cm. Weight 520g

English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VIII muffineer with an internal cover & an ivory finial. Birmingham, 1931, maker Asprey & Co Ltd. Condition good, minor tarnishing diameter 18 cm. Weight including finial 675g

A George II silver muffineer, of vase shape with tall domed cover decoratively pierced and surmounted by a baluster finial, the body engraved with demi-lion rampant crest and foliate decoration. London 1738 by William Shaw I. Some faults to cover. Weight 2

Sterling silver 3 piece muffineer set by Hardy Bros, Birmingham 1961 with Bristol liners

A fine Belgium silver Belle Epoque period muffineer from the workshop of Wolfers Freres, stamped Goldschmidt the twisted ribbed body surmounted by pleated molding, pierced and chassed top, 209 grams 16 cm. H

A George III sterling silver muffineer. London 1752 makers mark indistinct

Cased sterling silver double muffineer set, Birmingham 1953

Cased sterling silver three piece muffineer set together with salt and mustard spoons Birmingham 1927

Cased sterling double muffineer set, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. London 1934

A baluster form sterling silver muffineer by George Smith, Londong, 1780

A silver muffineer, possibly late 17th century

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