A George III sterling silver chalice William & Patrick Cunningham / Edinburgh /, circa 1816-17, campagna in form, with acanthus leaf motif to lower body, raised on a gadrooned edge waist, above on a fluted base with a beaded border, approximately 556 g
English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian boot chalice having two satyr heads over a repeating patterned band, with rope tie & bunting, scrolled flowers, with an applied high heel & revolving spur. With import mark. London, 1888, maker David bri
A large pierced .835 silver swing handled basket, late 19th to early 20th century, with silver standard mark and unidentified motif, and probable maker's mark of chalice with letter 'L', the Continental circular basket with a scalloped rim embo
A small .800 German silver dish, early 20th century, with mark of fineness and unidentified chalice figural mark, the ribbed wavy edged dish with a lobed spiral cavetto, with a plain dish; hallmarked underside, silver weight 91gr diameter 15 cm
A 16th century style sterling silver lobed chalice with Berthold Muller's import marks for London 1911, the stem in the form of William Tell, maker's mark of Ludgwig Neresheimer & co, Hanau marks. 28 cm high, 375 grams
German silver gilt lidded 19th century chalice having a figural finial of Athena standing on a cover decorated with flora & mythical sea creatures. The bowl with raised figures of sirens & medieval figures before a village scene above a body with detail sh
A Victorian silver tazza by Martin Hall & Co., London 1887, the circular gadrooned dish with alternating cartouche of repousse floral and fruit motifs on a finely chassed ground, the pedestal of chalice form profusely embellished with concentric motifs, we
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
A sterling silver trophy, 1934 London, with maker's mark for Wilmott Manufacturing Co. (the Birmingham firm had London showrooms from 1920 onwards), the tall chalice shaped trophy with slightly flaring squared bracket handles raised upon a ringed and sprea
A sterling silver trophy, 1924 Birmingham, with maker's mark for probably Deakin & Francis, the chalice shaped trophy with scrolled wire arms upon a slender stem and a spreading base, bearing a 1934 inscription from the Shillong Gymkhana Races; hallmarked
A sterling silver trophy, 1931 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Mappin & Webb Ltd, the chalice shaped trophy with squared bracket handles raised upon a knopped stem to a spreading socle and square base; hallmarked to upper body, silver weight 246gr. Height
A transitional Georgian/Victorian sterling silver inkwell Deskset. 1837 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Henry Wilkinson & Co, some rubbed. Well cast and chased in the rococo revival manner, with a rectangular shaped base embellished with scrolls and acan
An Australian silver parcel-gilt chalice, with cup-shape bowl, knopped column and trumpet foot, the bowl and foot engraved with a crown of thorns; W.J. Sanders & Co., Sydney. Ht 19.5 cm. Wt approx 520g.
Austro Hungarian silver chalice of large proportions and inscribed 'Dr Molnar Frigyes 10 eves Kulugyi Fotitkari Mukodesenek emlekere 1922-1932 a Magyar Cserkeszszovetseg Kulugyi Hivatala' marks indecipherable. Height 28 cm, weight 409g
English hallmarked sterling silver Edwardian chalice etched with floral garlands and engraved 'Souvenir to Reginald and Alpha on Our Golden Wedding 19th July 1905. Alfred Champ Ellen Champ' London, 1905, maker Robert Pringle & Sons. Height 21.5 cm. Weight
An Irish Georgian sterling silver chalice, early 19th century, with partial maker's marks S?, having a removable gilt washed goblet above a knopped step with simple rib embellishment to a broad spreading foot; hallmarked to rim of goblet. Silver weight 233
A vintage Lusaka (Zambian) silver heavy chalice, this native made piece with bowl form top, double rope and grape bunch embossed decoration, the tapered wide base with further rope and triangular panelled decoration, flared foot. Hammer marks evident. Weig
An early Victorian Scottish sterling silver chalice with flared mouth and baluster body on circular foot. Engraved scroll decoration with gilt interior. James McKay, Edinburgh 1843. Weight 208g. Height 13.5 cm
An Australian silver parcel-gilt chalice, with cup-shape bowl, knopped column and trumpet foot, the bowl and foot engraved with a crown of thorns; W.J. Sanders & Co., Sydney. Height 19.5 cm. Wt approx 520g
Thomas Smity, London, 1866 small chalice engraved 'Agricultural Society of NSW 1871, First Prize class 238 Ettamogah White Wine', together with an oval sterling silver bon bon dish, Henry Wilkinson & Co., Birmingham 1892 (2). Height 11 cm total weight 222
An Australian silver chalice and cover maker's mark T. Gaunt & Co, Melbourne, circa 1900 raised on a circular stepped foot, with a knopped stem and a gilt wash interior, the cover surmounted by a cross, 334grs total weight of silver, 21 cm high.
A late Georgian silver chalice, the tapering cylindrical bowl decorated with an engraved ribbon frieze and a chased and engraved band of encircling roses, raised on a short tapering stem with a single knop, decorated with shells, raised from a circular spr
A George III silver chalice, ovoid bowled with gilt washed interior, decorated with a frieze at the rim of a fruiting vine and with pineapples in cartouches, raised on a short tapering stem from a domed circular foot with reeded edge. Newcastle, lacking da
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