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Edward VII Arts & Crafts sterling silver bonbon bowl hand hammered bowl on baluster column with three scrolling supports with domed circular base, Sheffield, 1905

George V sterling silver stemmed bonbon bowl elliptical shape with all-over hand hammered decoration, Chester, 1912

Cased pair Victorian sterling silver bonbon bowls oval shape with decorative pierced lattice panels, engraved monogram Sheffield, 1892, makers, Martin hall & Co, (Richard Martin & Ebenezer hall)

Pair George V sterling silver bon bon bowls shaped octagonal with pierced sides on four fluted scroll feet, Birmingham, 1933

George V sterling silver two handled bowl hand hammered decoration on 4 scroll legs, Birmingham, 1926, together with a 3 handled sterling silver bon bon dish.

George V sterling silver epergne with detachable lattice bowl top, the trumpet shaped column supporting 3 bon bon baskets and a wider lattice bowl base, London, 1910, 29.5 cm height

Two silver shell bowls, a small Victorian bon bon dish on three ball feet; William Hutton & Sons, London, 1882 and larger dish repousse and chased on three ball feet stamped silver.

Two sterling silver bowls & a sterling silver bon bon dish, 1894/5 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Nathan & Hayes, 1911/12 London, with maker's marks for Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd; and one marked.925, one bowl of lobed form with scal

A sterling silver pierced bon bon dish, 20th century, the oval dish with deep pierced sides of scrolling foliage and flowers centred with an embossed floral bouquet; stamped. 925 to edge of bowl. Silver weight 107gr. Height 3.5 cm. Length 17 cm. Width 12 c

English hallmarked sterling silver George V pair of bonbon dishes with pierced bowls and leather clad weighted bases for balance, presented in a silk lined case. Birmingham, 1933 and 1934, maker S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, condition good, minor staining. Hei

Two sterling silver bowls, together with sterling silver bon bon dish, various dates, 270g

A pair of silver bon bon dishes, Chester 1910 each raised on a circular foot with swagged decoration, the shaped square form bowl with over hanging pierced foliate borders and quatrefoil pierced interior with further moulded swags, height 8.5 cm, weight 23

A mid-20th century silver bonbon dish, the flared bowl with shaped rim, pedestal base with spreading foot. Birmingham 1949 by Marson & Jones. Diameter 13.3 cm

A pair of silver bonbon dishes, the pierced decorative bowls on spreading foot. Birmingham 1936. Diameter 10 cm

A sterling silver bonbon dish, with pierced bowl on a circular foot. London 1904 width 18 cm

A sterling silver bon bon dish. James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield. 1909/10. Decorated bowl on an oval-shaped base. Weight 69gr height 5 cm.

A sterling silver bon bon dish, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield. 1909/10, decorated bowl on an oval-shaped base, weight 69gr. Height 5 cm.

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