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An Art Deco sterling silver two handled octagonal comport by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1911, 28 cm across the handles, 13 cm high, 335 grams

Sterling silver comport, with openwork design. Hardy Brothers, Birmingham, 1912. Height 13 cm. Total weight 401g. (base likely filled).

A sterling silver comport made for William Drummond & Son, Melbourne, 14 cm high, 21 cm diameter

Continental silver small comport, unmarked. Pierced decoration. Height 6 cm Dia14 cm, Wt. 98grams approx.

English sterling silver comport, hallmarked, Sheffield, 1930, Walker & Hall, with a shaped edge accented with anthemion on circular foot, total weight 15ozs, 420gms, diameter 24.5 cm

Edwardian sterling silver comport, mark of W. D., Birmingham, 1906, together with a sterling silver comport, hallmarked (2), approx. Weight 97 grams

Two small silver dishes, a scallop form comport on base, Garrard & Co Ltd, Sheffield,1995 and a pin dish, Mappin & Webb, London, 1997. Total weight 238g.

Victorian sterling silver stemmed comport circular shape with embossed floral, leaf and scroll decoration, London, 1882

A fine early Victorian sterling silver comport, William Bateman II, London 1839, the acanthus repousse rim above open lattice band, the bowl raised from grapevine moulded base, with coronet armorial 19.5 high x 24 cm diameter, 1492 grams

A George V sterling silver comport (marks illegible), 19 cm high, 720 grams

Austro-Hungarian silver 750 standard comport stand having an etched urn form body with two Bacchus mask scrolled handles over a rounded base engraved with floral detail, all standing on four figurehead scrolled feet. Condition: fair, restoration to the nec

George V silver comport, mark of Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1915, the hexagonal form bowl on a tapering pedestal foot, hallmarked, approx. Weight 528 grams

Russian silver comport, mark of Dimitry Ilyich Tverskoi, St. Petersburg, 1834-1851, flanked by a pair of S-scroll handles, on oval shaped foot, hallmarked, approx. Weight 453 grams

A strikingly elegant sterling silver figural comport, American, probably early 20th century, with maker's marks for Gorham & Co, the comport having a shallow bowl with a small waist below a continuous leaf and berry border to the rim, repeated to the foot,

A fine gilded sterling silver and glass figural comport. 1863 London, with maker's mark R.H for probably Robert Hennell II, the heavily gilded figure of a cupid holding a pierced and applied leaf form dish holder and raised on a repousse and chased rococo

French silver comport, 12 cm high, 169 grams approx, a/f

An English sterling silver comport, Birmingham 1908, made for Asprey London

An Asprey Bros limited small sterling silver comport, Birmingham 1945 65g

A sterling silver comport, 1924 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Adie Bros. Ltd, of elegant form, the shallow bowl with a slender stepped shaped rim raised upon a low pedestal foot; hallmarked underside. Silver weight 225gr. Height 5.5 cm. Diameter 21 cm

A sterling silver two handled small comport. 9 cm high, 14 cm diameter.

German silver comport marked '800 Hiess-Sohne', together with silver bonbon dish, decorated with flowers and swing handle (2). Weight 524 grams and 348 grams

Filled silver small comport in the form of a bird bath unmarked

A silver sweetmeat comport by William Suckling Ltd, Birmingham, 1932

A sterling silver comport, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company Limited, London, 1904 having a pierced edge to the undulating rim, supported on a central column terminating in a spreading circular pierced foot 220 grs, 9.5 cm high, 16 cm diameter. Property

Topazio, Porto, 20th century, silver figural comport dish in the form of a putti supporting a bowl embossed with floral garlands, on pedestal base, marked 'Topazio 0.925'. Height 34.7 cm weight 1734 g.

A European silver comport, late 19th to early 20th century, no silver marks but X-ray tested for.800 silver. An oval dish within an integrated shaped rectangular frame with scroll, pineapple and fan shaped handles, classical female profiles to each corner,

Four various silver items, including comport, Birmingham 1911, maker MWB; eggcup, marked sterling; early mustard pot (marks rubbed); & silver? gobleteight11 (comport) Wt.380g (total silver)

Hallmarked sterling silver comport. Sheffield 1966, makers Emp. Depth 13 cm. Wt.110g

German silver pierced comport decorated with floral garlands & cherubs. Maker 'Vsf'. Height 16 cm. Weight 256g

English hallmarked sterling silver swing handle comport retailed for Faixfax & Robetrs Ltd Sydney & London. Birmingham, 1914, maker E S Barnsley & Co. Diameter 23 cm. Weight 445g

A Victorian three piece sterling silver fruit service Martin Hall & Co Ltd, London, circa 1885-87 comprising a comport and two dishes, scalloped rim, with elaborate fruit, floral and Fleur-de-Lis design to border, total weight of silver 1572 grams, comport

A mid 19th century Austrian silver (800) comport of good weight. 574 grams

An Edwardian silver sweetmeat comport with pierced sides and foot; Deakin & Francis, Birmingham, 1907. Wt approx 120g

A silver sweetmeat comport, initialled and dated; Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1916. Diameter 14 cm

Hallmarked sterling silver small pierced comport, Birmingham 1913-14, approx 8 cm high, 10.5 cm dia, approx 62 grams

A silver Sweeetmeat comport with pierced border; C.S.green, Birmingham 1913.

Georg Jensen (1866-1935) A sterling silver comport hallmarked and numbered 263 total weight of silver 256grms, 13 cm high

USA pair of att sterling silver comport. Provenance: Private Collection, ACT. Diameter 23 cm. Weight 577g