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Victorian sterling silver cream jug & sugar sifter, hallmarked London 1906, maker Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, 304 grams in fitted box

Sterling silver & cut crystal sugar caster, hallmarked Birmingham 1903

A very fine early 18th century Dutch sugar castor in sterling silver, early 18th c. Amsterdam marks with IB, G approx 15 cm high, 160g

A George III sterling silver mustard pot, two salts, a pepper caster and six oval sauce boats, five Georgian and a later boat, the boats 12-19 cm long, including an Irish boat by Matthew West, Dublin circa 1775

Rare George III sterling silver Warwick cruet with fixed scroll handle, 3 solid sterling silver casters and 2 cut glass bottles with sterling silver tops on scroll legs with shell cast feet, London, 1767-68, maker Samuel Wheat

A heavy 19th century Continental silver sugar caster, baluster vase shape with tall domed cover, the body decorated with ram's head masks and hop swags. Height 18 cm

An Edwardian silver sugar caster, octagonal vase shape with tall pierced domed cover. London 1908.

An unmarked silver sugar caster, traditional form with high pierced domed top. Height 20 cm

A Hardy Brothers sterling silver sugar caster, London 1933, Wt 121 g, H 17 cm

Four pieces of sterling silver, comprising sugar bowl, two salts & small dish, total, weight 280 g

Antique sterling silver sugar sifter, marked WD, 1903, Birmingham, approx 6g

George & Charles Fox sugar sifter, finely cast Victorian sterling silver foliate and scalloped shell decorations marked CTF GF (partially rubbed), 1846, London, approx 16 cm long, 78g

An elegant four piece sterling silver cruet, 1898 London, with maker's marks for George Jackson and Fullerton, comprising two salts, a mustard pot and a small caster, designed as campana style urns, with stepped pedestal bases, flying scroll handles a

A George II sterling silver five piece cruet, 1755 London, with maker's marks for Jw with pellet to all pieces, with two cut bottles, a large and two smaller casters, each of bulbous pillar form with conforming rope twist borders and vegetal pierced lids,

Antique extra large sugar castor with etched glass body and sterling silver top marks MH and Co Ltd, Birmingham, 1915, approx 17 cm high

Early Georgian sterling silver sugar castor in a canister form, with threaded handled and borders marks are partially rubbed Duty, Passant, makers mark W?, approx 9 cm and 104g

A large Victorian silver sugar caster, vase shape, wrythen fluted, the tall cover with flame finial. Sheffield 1897 by Henry Wigfull.185gms. Height 22.5 cm

A sterling silver sugar caster, 1937 Sheffield, James Dixon & Sons, of typical carinate form with a compressed lower body with a shaped gadrooned edge and raised on a stepped pedestal foot; hallmarked to upper body, silver weight 146gr. Height 16.5 cm

A Victorian sterling silver sugar caster, 1888 London, with marks for Horace Woodward & Co (Edgar Finley & Hugh Taylor), the cylinder shaped caster profusely embossed and chased with flora on a textured ground, pierced to the lid; hallmarked unders

A George III sterling silver baluster pepper caster by Hester Bateman, London 1782, 14 cm high, 75 grams

A sterling silver sugar caster, 1959 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Suckling Ltd, an elegant pillar caster of typical form with a decorative pierced top, rib and gadroon borders to the lid, collar and lemon squeezer base; hallmarked to body. Silver

English hallmarked sterling silver George VI ten piece cruet set comprising four glass lined open salts with spoons, four pepper shakers, a sugar caster & a blue glass lined lidded mustard pot, all with a gilt wash interior & standing on three scro

English hallmarked sterling silver George III sugar caster having a plain baluster body, pull-off hand-pierced lid with beaded borders & an acorn finial. London, 1881, maker Hester Bateman. Condition: good to fair, dents to the base. Height 14.3 cm. W

English hallmarked sterling silver George III cut glass cruet set having a canoe shaped oval stand with a ring handle & a frame for eight hand-cut glass cruet bottles with silver mounts, all sitting on a timber base with four flange feet. Cruet stand w

English hallmarked sterling silver George II sugar caster having a plain baluster body, pull-off hand-pierced lid with reeded edges & a spindle finial. London, 1757, maker Samuel wood. Condition: good, minor age related wear. Height 13 cm. Weight 92.5

English hallmarked sterling silver Elizabeth II sugar caster having a plain baluster body, pull-off hand-pierced lid with urn finial, & sitting on a pedestal foot. London, 1972, maker Sp over Qr. Condition: excellent to good, minor wear to the base. He

Antique sterling silver sugar sifter, hallmarked Birmingham 1912, 75g approx.

A George III sterling silver pepper caster 1790 London, with maker's marks for Hester Bateman, with a narrow pierced dome upon a tapered and compressed lower section to a pedestal base; hallmarked to the upper body. Silver weight 84gr. Height 14.5 cm

A Victorian sterling silver presentation sugar caster 1886/87 London, with maker's mark for Charles Stuart Harris. The pillar form castor with a pierced floral and spot decorated domed top to a gadrooned rim, the straight sided body with a reinforcing

A sterling silver sugar caster 1961/2 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Edward Viner. Of carinate form with a pierced dome lid with finial and raised on a stepped spreading base; crisply hallmarked to the body. Silver weight 142gr. Height 17.5 cm

A fine thirteen piece boxed sterling silver cruet set 1904/5 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Mitchell Bros, comprising a large caster, two pepper pots, mustard pot and four salts, and five associated spoons, of pedestal form with spiral fluted lower

A George VI silver sugar caster, ovoid, raised on circular foot (repaired), with pierced domed cover with cone finial. Birmingham 1946 by Synyer & Beddoes. 128gms

An early 20th century silver sugar sifter, plain baluster form, the tall dome top with shaped pierced detail, some attention required. Birmingham 1915. 207gms. Height 19 cm

A Victorian silver sugar caster, of cylindrical shape, wrythen fluted and foliate embossed. Birmingham 1886 by S. Blackensee & Son. 66gms

A fine sterling silver sugar caster, 1937/38 London, with maker's mark ABC, not identified, of elegant pedestal form with a pillar and globular body, finely pierced to the domed lid with diaper and floral designs, the tapering body with bright cut bord

A fine sterling silver pedestal sugar castor or pot pourri, 1906 London, with maker's mark for Carrington & Co, the large castor of pillar and carinate form, with neoclassical Robert Adam style swag decoration to the body, with caryatid decoration to the l

Sterling silver sugar sifter hallmarked Birmingham 1905, H11.5 cm approx, 83grams approx

Edwardian sterling silver sugar castor hallmarked Sheffield 1906 (John Round & Son Ltd), 18 cm high, 173 grams approx