Fairfax & Roberts sterling silver salver, hallmarked London 1911 (Charles Boyton & Son Ltd), with presentation engraving 'Presented to Dr O.R.P. Muller by members of The Lismore Club..... 1915 ', 38 cm wide, 1461 grams
A George II silver salver, William Peaston, London c.1750 and a George II salver, Edward Pocock, London 1735, the former with pie crust border and centrally engraved with a coat-of-arms, the latter with a shaped rim, engraved with a scroll and foliate band
Large Edwardian sterling silver twin handled salver, hallmarked, London, 1905, Shepheard & Co, of oval form with a gadrooned border, flanked by loop reeded handles, engraved with central coronet, total weight 4000gm, 70 cm x 48 cm
The Jobson trophy. Very impressive presentation salver, sterling silver hallmarked London 1891, salver on four avian claw & ball feet, central inscription reads: Presented to C Jobson Esq MJCE etc Engineer to the, Broken Hill Water Supply as a mark of Este
Odiot, salver / dinner plate.950 silver late 19th C. With Royal crest French/ Capetian/ Spanish? Count, marked with later English import marks 1946. London LAO and Odiot marks 1825-1896 A. Paris 7589, Minerva rubbed, approx 26 cm Dia, 540g
Large Edward VII silver salver, mark of Martin, Hall & Co., Sheffield, 1907, of circular shape, with beaded border, the centre with engraved floral decoration and crest, on three claw and ball feet, hallmarked, approx. Weight 1792 grams diameter 42 cm.
George III silver salver, mark of Matthew Boulton & John Fothergill, Birmingham, 1776, of oval shape with ribbon and tie border, engraved with coat of arms, hallmarked, approx. Weight 498 grams. Provenance: The Estate of Charles (Ruthven) Blackburn
A circular Portuguese silver salver, circa 1843-53 period, with P above Crown mark and crossed branches for probably Porto, with additional initials, tested for.850 to.900 silver content, with a pierced everted gallery and bright cut garlands to the tray,
English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian salver having a raised beaded border, central engraved floral detail with a lamb armorial, all sitting on three cast scrolled feet. London, 1860, maker Thomas Bradbury & Sons. Condition: good, minor age rela
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