11 item(s) found:

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A George IV sterling silver soup tureen and cover, Richard Sibley, London 1822 the tureen of oval form with a gadrooned rim and elaborate acanthus and shell motifs to the handles, raised on four paw feet, the domed cover with applied chasing, gadrooned and

Pair of 800 std silver soup plates, 19th century circular with leaf and berry border. Diameter 28 cm weight 1045 grams

A set of four George III sterling silver soup dishes maker's mark William Sharp, London, circa 1802, each five lobe rimmed plate with ridged edge and armorial crest to cavetto, 2607grs total weight of silver, 24.5 cm diameter.

A set of eight George III sterling-silver circular dinner plates and eight soup plates various Georgian dates and makers 26 cm diameter

Pair of antique sterling silver soup plates by Paul Storr, London 1837

A pair of William IV sterling silver shaped circular soup plates by Paul Storr, London, 1835 each with gadrooned rims, engraved contemporary coat of arms and three crests 24.5 cm, 1186gms

A George III silver soup tureen and cover, Wakelin and Garrard, London, 1792, in the Adam style, the oval body and cover engraved with a coat-of-arms flanked by loop handles, gadroon borders and rim, the cover surmounted by an urn finial; 2172gms. Width 39

A set of six George IV silver soup plates 1829 by Paul Storr, each crested for James Lindsay, seventh Earl of Balcarres and 24th Earl of Crawford. (b. 1783 - d. 1850) five marked with a capital letter P 26 cm diameter. Provenance: John Wilson Antiques, Haw

A set of four George III sterling silver soup plates maker's mark W. M Sharp London 1819, each with a serpentine rope twist rim and an engraved armorial crest 2715 grs. Total weight of silver. Width 24.5 cm.

Victorian soup tureen and cover with detachable handle and beaded edge on four scrolled feet. Maker. Wd. Height 28 cm. Length 36 cm

Haseler & Restall Georgian style lidded sterling silver soup tureen, Birmingham 1948 modelled with a single loop handle, leading to a waisted body and deep bowl, flanked by twin shaped handles, resting on a circular socle base; together with a sterling sil

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