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An Edwardian sterling silver two handled fruit, bowl, 1907 Sheffield, by James Dixon & Sons. Height 22 cm. Diameter 24.8 cm. Weight: 1110gms

A pair of Victorian Sheffield silver plate candlesticks 19th century, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons. The sticks with stiff leaf shaped capitals with removable floriform dishes above reed cluster pillars to stepped square bases with borde

An Edwardian sterling silver mug 1910/11 Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons. Atapering straight sided beaker with a cushion shaped 'C' form handle; gilt washed to the interior; hallmarked to the upper body. Silver weight 19

A Victorian silver tray, Maker James Dixon & Sons Sheffield. 1897 Shell shape, pierced C scroll border.216gm, 26 cm wide

22 piece silver cutlery. Including 6 sweet spoons, Sheffield 1963, James Dixon; 14 pce coffee set marked 800, incl. 6 each spoons & forks, jam spoon & butter knife; & two various souvenir spoons, for Hong Kong & Athens. Wt. 311g

A pair of Victorian boat shaped sterling silver dishes, 1897 Sheffield, with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons, the ornately pierced and embossed dishes of elongated quatrefoil design with undulating dipped rims with crimped edges and raised cur

A sterling silver Corinthian column-formed candlestick, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1894

An interesting sterling silver tri-handled footed serving bowl by James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1912 775g

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian pair of candlesticks of Corinthian column form, having removable drip pans & weighted bases. Sheffield, 1891, maker James Dixon & Sons Ltd. Condition good, some tarnishing. Height 27.2 cm

An Art Deco sterling silver shaped oval bowl with Bakelite handles by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1935, 34 cm wide, and an Art Deco sugar caster by George Hape, Sheffield 1934, 14 cm high 830 grams total weight

Victorian James Dixon 4 piece Epbm tea & coffee service. Non-matching finial to creamer.

Silver plated animal Themed centre piece with an etched dish & trumpet by James Dixon & Sons, featuring a deer & a giraffe, stamped to the base. Condition good, minor tarnishing & age related wear. Height 52 cm

A pair of boxed silver Anointing spoons by John Newton Mappin, London 1895, with silver shell form dish by James Dixon & Sons, the spoons with fluted bowls with foliate terminals and twist handles with seal tops, 132 grams, 21 cm long., the dish of shell f

Pair of James Dixon silver plated candlesticks 24 cm high approx

An elegant sterling silver pedestal champagne bucket, 1913 Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons Ltd, of pleasingly plain compressed chalice form with tapering 'C' form handles sweeping from the bowl to the knopped stem, having a rolled rim a

English hallmarked sterling silver George V trophy cup with a cover & having a half fluted round body, two cast side-handles, sitting on a pedestal foot with a square base. Inscribed 'O.S.R.A. Golf cup Presented by Hon. Alexander Shaw', presenmted to winne

A powder flask by James Dixon & Sons, English, mid-19th century. 20 cm.

Two small sterling silver trophy cups hallmarked Birmingham 1932 (Walker & Hall) & Sheffield 1922 (James Dixon & Sons Ltd), 7.5 cm high, 120 grams total approx, no presentation engraving

A Victorian sterling silver pedestal bowl, 1881 Sheffield, with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons, of Moorish inspiration, and of compressed form having a fine beaded rim and base and engraved decoration throughout with linked borders and a frieze of sc

Pair silver plated quality candlesticks by James Dixon and Sons, no.842

A sterling silver salver James Dixon & Son, Sheffield, circa 1924-1925 engraved commemorative inscription from Colwyn Bay and West Denbighshire hospital 1925, pronounced grape and vine leaf molded decoration to perimeter, total weight of silver approximate

12' salver with vine & leaf boarder and casing set on three scroll feet. 12' salver with vine & leaf boarder and casing set on three scroll feet maker 'James Dixon & Sons' c. 1830-1835

Four piece silver plated tea and coffee set by James Dixon

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian salts having hand-chased round bodies with floral decoration, applied bead borders, gold-gilt interiors, and sitting on three claw feet each supported lady figureheads. Sheffield, 1895, maker James Dixon & Sons,

Silver plated James Dixon Navette shaped butlers tray with a pierced border & detailed floral etched motifs. Length 79 cm

Arts & Crafts two handled sterling silver cup by James Dixon & Sons, hallmarked Sheffield 1902, 18 cm high approx., weight 388g approx

Christopher Dresser claret jug, silver plated mount on crystal, made by James Dixon, late 19th century. 30 cm.

A late-Victorian silver and glass spirit flask, 'Temperance' model; James Dixon, Sheffield 1891

A Edward VII silver bowl, maker James Dixon & Sons Ltd. Sheffield 1905, circular form with fluting and flower head chased decoration. 484grams. 10 cm high, 16 cm diameter

Quality five piece pumpkin shaped EPBM tea and coffee service by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield

James Dixon & Sons silver plated Ansonia desk set with two cut crystal inkwells, quill rest & clock on a scroll footed base, monogrammed 'Rwwr'. Length 37 cm

Victorian James Dixon & Sons fish servers in silver plated stag & fern pattern with ivory handles, in a green velvet & silk lined case. Dimensions of case - 37.5 x 13 cm

A silver salver, shaped circular, on four scroll feet; James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1975. Weight approx 700g

Ten silver coffee spoons, three Wm Comyns, London 1899, three James Dixon, Sheffield 1906, and four John round, Sheffield 1922. (10)

Antique silver plated tea & coffee service, by James Dixon, sheffield, comprising of teapot, coffee pot, milk jug & sugar bowl

Antique silver plated hot water jug & 2 teapots, including James Dixon, sheffield

Three silver toast racks. Maker: James Dixon & Sons. Sheffield, 1947. Maker: Edward Viner. Sheffield, 1932. Maker: W.J.S. Sheffield

A Georgian style silver centrepiece, the central vase double walled and with four branches holding pierced baskets, James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield 1901. Height 23 cm. Weight 1.663 kg

A Victorian James Dixon and Sons silver plated four piece tea and coffee service with ivory knobs (pot lid hinge a/f). Height of coffee pot: 25 cm.

A silver-plate chafing dish, circular with division, insulated base, screw handle; James Dixon. Diameter 26 cm