Two English George III sterling silver trays by John Eames, 1798, oval tray with four double scroll feet, engraved in the centre with a family crest, hallmarked England, London, 1798. JE for John Eames, Wt 550grams
An antique Austro-Hungarian .800 silver Hors D'Douvres tray, circa: 1900, Vienna, with dianakopf, maker's mark for Eduard Friedman, an oval tray with integral bracket handles cast with acanthus leaves, pierced motifs and cast festoons to the side,
Edward VII sterling silver card tray circular with scroll and leaf cast rim on three stylised scroll feet, wide engraved of floral filled vases and scrolls, Birmingham, 1906, makers, Barker Brothers, 23 cm diameter
Magnificent George III sterling silver twin handle, tray, hallmarked London, 1798, Hannam & Crouch, of oval form decorated with border of fleur de lye, central engraved monogram, reeded handles with leaf decoration, all on four scrolling feet, length 52 cm
Handsome Edwardian sterling silver twin handled, tray, hallmarked, Sheffield, 1901, H.A, with central inscription stating 'Presented By the Liberal Party of the Southport Division of Lancashire England to Dr. Robert Stopford at the Public Banquet on the Oc
An impressive oblong sterling silver tray, Philip Rundell, London, 1816, the elaborate cast border designed with shells, bouquets and acanthus leaves with two double scroll acanthus leaf handles, a coat-of-arms engraved to the centre bearing the motto '
A large Edward VII sterling silver twin handled tray by W&C Sissons, London 1901, with gadrooned and anthemion and foliage scroll handles, central 'C' engraved initial, 72 cm width, 3957 grams. Provenance: the collection of Richard 'Dick' (1913-1989) and J
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