35 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

A circular steel and brass tub, French 19th century 55.5 cm high, 76 cm diameter approx.

Coffee & Tea Set. A four piece coffee and tea set. Stainless steel. c1970s

Dansk, Stainless Steel Flatware, including twelve table forks, twelve table knives, twelve table spoons, twelve coffee spoons, twenty-four dessert knives, twenty-five dessert forks, twenty-three Hugo Pott dessert knives and forks

Tias Eckhoff (Norwegian, 1926), Opus Cutlery Service, for Lundtofte, Denmark, stainless steel, with black bakelite handles (63)

Svend Siune, Blue Shark Stainless Steel Flatware, designed 1965, for Georg Jensen, including five knives, five soup spoons, six dessert spoons, two teaspoons, three serving spoons, eight dessert forks, ten dinner forks, one cake server (40). Provenance: Th

A pair of circular steel twin handled jardinieres, French, 19th century, with embossed label to base PECHELBROMN, 40 cm high, 63 cm diameter

Boxed 70 piece canteen stainless steel cutlery. Settings for 12 with 'Gold' highlighting to each piece. Including serving spoons, ladles etc.

Copenhagen Cutlery Denmark stainless steel cutlery 'Obelisk' pattern by Erik Herlow, comprising 8 place settings of dinner knife & fork, entree knife & fork, soup spoon, dessert spoon & tea spoon, stamped maker's marks

Norwegian cutlery set. Stainless steel and timber, comprising twelve dinner forks, nine forks, eleven dinner knives, twelve knives, four dinner spoons, twelve soup spoons and six coffee spoons, (66)

Georg Jensen. Blue shark cutlery set setting for six, stainless steel (32)

A pair of sterling silver and stainless steel Georg Jensen 'Acorn' salad servers. 1945 and after, Denmark, designed by Johan Rhode in 1916, the large servers with stainless steel throats and bowls to sterling silver handles with their characteristic bead a

Georg Jensen stainless steel cutlery setting for 6 (30 pieces in total)

Christofle: stainless steel cutlery set for 12 people 48 pieces total; Christofle serving tray. (49 items) from the William May collection

Danish steel teapot, pair of salt and pepper cruets; and mustard pot (4), teapot 20 cm high

A comprehensive set of designer steel cutlery, C2000, together with another part set and other flatwear, signed Nuvat?

A blue enamel and stainless steel cutlery service; Gallo, Germany. (23) (enamel losses)

An Alessi 'Mediterraneo' stainless steel fruit bowl, designed by Emma Silvestris, 2005. Height 10.5 cm. Diameter 30 cm

Arne Jacobsen for Stelton, an almost complete catalogue of Cylinda-Line stainless steel tableware, c. 1964, including a coffee pot, a teapot, a lidded creamer, a lidded sugar bowl, an insulated ice bucket, a lidded water jug, a lidded jam pot, a set of sal

A vintage Alfra Alessi stainless steel tea pot together with Alessi Inox coffee pot and milk jug

A vintage set of Alfra Alessi graduated stainless steel bowls

A Medieval folding steel cutlery set, with engraved handles, 16-17th century

Arne Jacobsen, Stelton Cylinda line stainless steel Fondue set, with eight fondue forks, stamped 'Stelton, made in Denmark'. Height 21 cm. Width 35 cm

Five 19th century agate-handled steel bladed knives reputed to have belonged to Sir Hudson Lowe who was Governor of St Helena when Napoleon was there in exile and the knives used when the Governor dined with Napoleon

A set of nine knives each with plated grape and vine handles and stainless steel blades, maker Frank Cobb & Co. Sheffield

Arne Jacobsen, (1902 - 1971), 'Cylinda line' salad bowl, designed 1967, manufactured by Stelton, Denmark; together with a strainer, stamped 'Stelton stainless steel', bowl diameter 24 cm

A set of twelve Georgian steel knives with green coloured bone handles by three different makers

Set 6 matching hallmarked sterling silver knives. Handles hallmarked, with embossed decoration and monogrammed. Stainless steel blades length 24 cm

Herbert Krenchel, Krenit bowl, designed 1953, enameled steel, manufactured by Torben √Źrskov, Denmark, 25 cm diameter

Eight French dinner knives, 19th century pattern handles and steel blades impressed 'Gombault Paris.' length 25.5 cm

A Christofle stainless steel cutlery setting for eight, comprising eight large forks, eight entree knives, eight soup spoons, eight dessert spoons, eight large forks, eight entree forks and eight teaspoons, 56 pieces