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A fine set of four Georgian sterling silver entree dishes & covers William Eaton / London /, circa 1831, with reed & ribbon to borders & to covers, plus added gadrooning with rampant lion finials, raised on four scroll & reeded feet, total

A pair of impressive Victorian silver lidded entree dishes, oval form with pronounced rope and gadroon borders, the lids with detachable handles, lobed detail and engraved decoration. London 1863 by Thomas Bradbury & Sons. 3.45kgs

An impressive George III sterling silver suite of a pair of sauce tureens and covers, a pair of entree dishes, covers and Sheffield plate warming stands by Thomas Ellerton and Richard Sibley I, London 1803, the urn shaped tureens with ribbon-tied reeded ri

George V sterling silver serving dish, Sheffield 1924, makers William Hutton & Sons. Oval shaped, with pierced border. width 280grams, length 33 cm.

A William lV silver entree dish, Paul Storr, London, 1833, oblong with gadrooned borders interspersed with shells and foliage, a coat-of-arms engraved to each side of the cover and a cast acanthus and lion mask head handle, 2090 gms, 29.5 cm wide, 24 cm de

A George lll silver entree dish by Digby Scott and Benjamin Smith, London, 1805, oblong with rounded corners, gadrooned borders, leaf capped handle flanked by gadrooning, one side of cover engraved with a crest of rampant lion holding a thurible within a s

Victorian Hunt & Roskell hallmarked sterling silver serving dish, London 1883, makers Hunt & Roskell. Pierced decoration., length 8cs H 7 cm. Wt.326g

Early Sheffield sterling silver serving dish, wheelbarrow form. Sheffield date mark rubbed. Makers ALB, height 6.5 cm. Wt.113g

Reed & Barton sterling silver serving dish, marked to base, 29 x 21 cm, 386 grams

Hecworth sterling silver twin handled entree dish and cover, of rectangular form, flanked by solid handles, total weight 1100gm, 29 cm x 20 cm

Pair of late George III sterling silver entree dishes and covers, hallmarked, London, 1818, 1819, John Edward Terrey & Co, of rectangular form, with finial handles, accented with gadrooned and acanthus borders, total weight 3995gm

Fine & rare antique Georgian entree dishes, in sterling silver. Octagonal shape with gadroon borders and original finials with wheat & floral decoration marked 1803, London, IE, (makers mark to finials) approx 31 cm long, 22 cm wide, 8 cm high, 3000g. Prov

A European set of twelve shaped circular silver dinner plates and two associated circular serving plates, probably German 19th century, 28 cm & 34 cm diameter, 8200 grams total weight

Pair Edward VIII sterling silver miniature entree dishes oblong shape with detachable lids, scroll cast borders, Birmingham, 1936

George V sterling silver entree dish oblong shape with gadrooned borders, the lid with detachable loop handle, Sheffield, 1930

A pair of Victorian sterling silver entree dishes, each of rectangular form with gadrooned decoration and detachable fancy looped handles. Hallmarked Sheffield 1898. Maker: Walker & Hall.

A George III set of four sterling silver rectangular entree dishes and covers by Richard Cook, London 1804 each with gadrooned rim and a cast handle in the form of a crest of a portcullis in an armoured arm

A pair of George V sterling silver squared pierced serving dish and a similar circular dish, the pair by Groos Limited, Sheffield 1946/7 with cast grape vine rim and pierced border, 21 & 27 cm square, the circular dish by Alexander Clark Co Ltd, Sheffi

A George V sterling silver entree dish with gadrooned and shell border. Maker Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1931. 25 cm long, 19 cm wide, 1384g.

A small sterling silver serving dish and an .830 silver tray, 20th century, one item American with maker's mark for Crosby, the partitioned American silver dish of oval and lobed form, stamped underside; and an unadorned oval tray with a simple everted

A twin handled German silver (800) repousse footed serving dish, 396g

A fine American sterling silver scallop shell sauce dish, 1920-1945, with maker's mark of M. Fred Hirsch, and bearing mark of later period, of typical form with a looping handle with thumb spur, raised on two ball feet, with handle terminal also servin

A Georgian sterling silver covered serving dish 18th to early 19th century, London, with rubbed marks. An oval dish with looped threaded handles, with a flat top domed lid of typical form and bearing lion crests to both sections; marks to base and lid both

A fine sterling silver covered entree dish 1911/12 Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Deakin & Sons. The rectangular dish of typical form with a domed lid and removable handle with semi circular handle, gadroon features throughout; hallmarked t

A pair of Georg Jensen Harald Nielsen sterling silver Pyramid, serving bowls, 600A, stamped HN with Georg Jensen silver marks, diameter 26 cm, total weight 1569gms

A sterling silver serving dish collar, 1914 Dublin, with maker's marks for Charles Lambe, finely pierced and decorated in the rococo revival manner with a rich profusion of scrolls, fruit and flora, birds and figures, the waisted collar with rims of differ

George III sterling silver entree dish plain oval 2 handled form, engraved crest to the lid, London 1784, maker, John Schofield.

A George IV pair of sterling silver oblong entree dishes, covers and detectable floral loop handles and elaborate flower and gadrooned rims by Benjamin Smith III, London 1820, engraved with a contemporary coat of arms. 30.5 x 25 cm, 4715 grams total weight

A silver entree dish; rectangular form with scalloped ribbed border; Hukin & Heath Ltd, Birmingham, 1915. Weight 1285g.

An Austro-Hungarian silver entree dish with scalloped edge and floral engraving; 800 standard, Vienna. Weight 1100g.

A George III sterling silver rectangular serving dish and cover by Burrage Davenport, London 1784@. 29 x 14 cm, approx. 545grams

A George IV sterling silver entree dish and cover London, circa 1822 with engraved armorials front and back, shell and floriated rim decoration, 2010grs total weight, 27 cm long x 16 cm high

Georg Jensen (1866-1935) A sterling silver lidded serving dish model number 417, two shell shaped teak handles 29 x 15 cm, 926 grs total weight

A George III sterling silver entree dish resting on a Sheffield plate warming base, Richard Sibley, London, 1826, and the stand T & J Creswick, Sheffield the dish of rectangular form, with applied acanthus and reeded border to the top, surmounted by a remo

An American sterling silver fruit serving dish, Tiffany & Co., New York, 1902-1907 shaped as a peacock fan, with applied cast border, alternating pierced trellises to the 'feather tops', with scrolling Fleur de Lis form pierced handle, resting on four acan

Sterling silver pair of miniature entree dishes, hallmarked Chester 1881, in original Flavelle Brothers box

A German 875 silver canteen, 11 Dessert spoons, 6 teaspoons, 11 coffee spoons, 12 dinner forks, and 12 entree forks 8 dinner knives with stainless blades

A pair of Victorian silver entree dishes and covers, John Samuel Hunt, London 1844, each of shaped circular form with applied flower and foliate scroll-wrapped border and handles, the conforming cover with a similar upper border and cast leaf capped detach

A Victorian silver bacon tureen, traditional oval shape with swivelling dome cover, ivory button form handle, raised on four splayed legs with ball feet and detail. London 1887 by Edward Hutton. Weight 1965gms. Width 35 cm

Three near matching hallmarked sterling silver serving dishes. Graduated. Largest, London 1899, makers B/RT (marks rubbed); and 2 London 1908, makers C & S Co. Ltd. Almost matching embossed decorations (smaller pair matching). Masked quad footed. Gilt wash