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Victorian sterling silver stemmed rose bowl circular shape with embossed band of stylised florals and scrolls Sheffield, 1893, makers Walker & Hall. 23 cm diameter

An Edwardian silver Monteith rose bowl. Wakeley and Wheeler, London 1906

An Edwardian hand finished round sterling silver 'Rose' bowl trophy, engraved 'Cheltenham Gold Club 1905, R.W.Harvey.' Mappin & Webb, Birmingham, 1905. Total weight: 122g. Height 8.5 cm

Large English silver rose bowl, hallmarked London 1909 on ebonised base - approx. 690gr

An Edwardian period silver rose bowl, with ornate embossed decoration in the French manner, leaves, flowers and scrolls. Sheffield 1902. 480gms. Diameter 21.5 cm

A silver pedestal footed rose bowl, traditional circular form, the wide band of Adams style wreath and swag decoration in relief. Birmingham 1938. 577gms. Diameter 20.7 cm

A fine sterling silver gem set rose bowl by Gerald Benney, London 1964, of circular form, the cover with abstract geometric openwork bark textured surface in gilt and silver set with topaz lifted from a plain silver bowl, impressed hallmarks and retailed b

A large Victorian silver pedestal rose bowl decorated with Rococo style scrolls and floral sprays. Sponsor's mark for James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield, 1897. 11 cm high, 16.5 cm diameter, 215g.

Antique Irish sterling silver rose bowl, hallmarked Dublin 1911, maker West & Sons, 474g approx., 15 cm high approx.

A Victorian silver rose bowl. Maker: Walker & Hall Sheffield 1898, the border with pierced foliate and mask border decoration on paw feet. Approx. 450gm 10 cm high, 13 cm wide.

Large sterling silver rose water bowl hallmarked Sheffield 1922, 43 cm diameter, 2 kg approx.

A late Victorian sterling silver pedestal rose bowl, 1898/9 London, with maker's marks for William Gibson & John Langman, retailed through Goldsmiths and Silversmiths' Company, 112 Regent St London, the embossed bowl with a deep continuous roca

Two pierced silver oval footed dishes, 1970 Sweden, with maker's marks for Gewe, and Gorham, America, marked sterling, a small oval dish with pierced flaring rim embossed with a rose border, and a waisted looped lattice style dish with an internal spir

A Victorian silver fancy embossed rose bowl, crested with a winged griffin within a C-scroll cartouche, further embossed with florals and conforming scrolls in an encircling band, the spreading circular foot with similar embossing. London 1892. Diameter 24

Australian sterling silver rose bowl having a round plain body, with a wire cover, all sitting on a pedestal foot with central banding. Inscribed 'C.P.R.C 1930 S. M. Artaud's 'Graculette' 1st Farewell Handicap 2nd Collendina Stakes. Melbour

A Malaysian silver rose bowl decorated with Malaysian state coat of arms

Gilt and silver rose bowl by Stuart Devlin, of circular form with cylindrical pedestal base, the bowl embellished with gilded texture rim and applied gilded flowers, 22 cm diameter

Late Victorian sterling silver rose bowl hallmarked London 1898, with metal insert, 320g (without insert) approx., marked Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Compy to base, 17.5 cm diameter approx.

A pierced silver bowl, Birmingham 1921, of oval form the pierced body with laurel swags and rose embossed rim, raised from an oval stepped foot, weight 509 grams, 25.5 cm long x 16 cm high.

English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII footed rose bowl having a round body with hand-chased half swirl-fluted decoration, an applied reeded rim, and sitting on a pedestal foot with matching fluting. London, 1902, maker William Hutton & Sons Ltd con

A George V silver gilt bowl, maker E.S, Birmingham, 1910 having a cast and applied rim surmounting the finely pierced hemispherical body, inscribed to the interior 'Won by Madame Melba Belgium Rose Day April 8th 1915', supported on bifurcated lion paw feet

A sterling silver rose bowl, Sheffield 1907, Walker and Hall of semi-hemispherical form, mounted with two scrolling handles, supported on a spreading circular foot, inscribed: 'Melbourne Hunt Club / Dandenong Point to Point / Steeplechase / 13-9-09 / 1st T

English hallmarked sterling silver Edwardian embossed rose bowl with floral embossing & engraved 'Honor Deo 1904', with a lattice metal cover. Small dent to the base. Sheffield, 1904, maker Levesley Brothers height including cover 10 cm. Weight not includi

A sterling silver rose bowl or monteith, 1900 London, with partial maker's mark C.S, the large waisted bowl with a scalloped edge raised on a stepped circular foot, embossed to the body with a spiral rib, scroll and foliate motif, the foot conforming, with

A good 1920s Arts & Crafts Norwegian silver rose bowl, compressed circular baluster form, bead top rim, the body embossed with three panels of stylised rose, tall spreading shaped foot, overall hammered finish, presentation engraved dated to 1925, impresse

B & Co, Birmingham 1982 modern silver rose bowl plain bodied circular on spreading foot with two lion mask and ring handles, surmounted by mesh, weight 290 grams, diameter approx. 16 cm

Edward VII sterling silver stemmed rose bowl, part fluted circular shape Sheffield 1906

Sterling silver rose bowl, circular spreading foot with half fluted twist body, marked for London 1899-1900, 336 grams approx 16.2 cm dia

George V sterling silver rose bowl hallmarked London 1909, maker BP, 262 gms

An English sterling silver commemorative rose bowl, London 1976, Algernon Asprey, limited edition #200 circular form with overturned lip, engraved matted band with an embossed flowering rose between leaves, on a spread circular foot, underside of base engr

Silver rose bowl English Chester 1904, hallmarks to side 464 grams. Provenance: Property of a Lady, NSW

An early 20th century large silver rose bowl, fine ribbed raised band decoration to the rim, stepped circular foot, raised double scroll open handles. London 1910 by Thomas Eady & Co. Ltd. Weight 1164gms

Edwardian sterling silver rose bowl, marks for London 1907 by George Howson. Diameter 17 cm

Art Nouveau hammered silver 'Cymric' rose bowl and stand by Liberty & Co, Birmingham 1919, approx weight 58oz troy, The Celtic Motifs and design by Archibald Knox and the stand inscribed Liberty & Co. Ltd Regent Street London, 23.5 cm diameter, 17 cm high

A George III sterling silver rose bowl, maker's mark T.H, London 1797 with chased and embossed foliate decoration 26.5 cm diameter, 1042 grs total weight of silver

An Art Nouveau sterling silver rose bowl, Sheffield 1916. 14.5 cm high

Crusader sterling silver rose bowl with insert, possibly weighted. Height to rim 9 cm. Weight 295g