A pair of pierced silver sweetmeat dishes, Charles Boyton / London / 1901, each oval bowl ornately reticulated, with a floral garland border to rim, supported by a pierced pedestal foot, total weight approximately 302 gms, 8.5 cm high
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 pair of Art Deco silver bonbon tazzas, each shallow circular dish raised on a spreading circular foot and with two angular handles issuing from the rim. Birmingham 1938 by Deakin & Francis. Total 425gms. Height 9.5 cm
A pair of late Victorian sterling silver bon bon dishes, 1898 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Walker & Hall, the pierced octagonal and lobed dishes embossed with leaves and fruits, the rims with rocaille forms; hallmarked to the exterior. Silv er weight
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