Although we have separate categories for various types of silver baskets according to their catalogue description - bon-bon, bread, cake, fruit, sugar and other unspecified - these baskets were variable in their uses. They were made in a variety of shapes including circular, oval, and rectangular, mostly with a swing handle and sides pierced with geometric or scrolling shapes. Some have four feet while others stand on a rim.
17 item(s) found:
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An English sterling silver sugar basket, Sheffield 1901, with maker's mark for Joseph Rodgers & Sons, of boat shape form with a simple swing strap handle, the body pierced and scrolled and with plain cartouches and having a blue glass liner; hallmarked to
A George III silver sugar basket, of boat shape with fine reeded swing handle and rim with two pierced and engraved bands to top and centre, spreading oval foot with fine reeded decoration and wiggle work engraving, rectangular shaped blank cartouche to ea
A sterling silver sugar basket, Charles Boyton & Son Ltd, Birmingham, 1930/1, the bulging sides with panels pierced with stylized floral decoration enclosing a cobalt glass liner, with an arched swing handle. Height 12.5 cm. (handle raised). Width 7.5 cm.
English silver sugar basket, with grapevine swing handle and Bristol blue glass liner, elaborately pierced and chased with exotic birds amongst branches forming a cartouche engraved with a crowned crest and military trophies. Marks: London c1853, maker: Dh
A Georgian style sterling silver sugar basket of boat shape raised on a conforming foot and with pierced gallery, swing handle and blue glass liner (chipped). Sheffield 1917 by Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd. 125gms
Sugar basket, hemispherical openwork body of vertical wires with leaf, floral and tendril application, having ropework border and matching swing handle and all on matching pierced spreading foot and blue glass liner, bearing uncertain makers mark and marks
A George III silver swing-handled sugar basket, by Charles Chesterman, London 1796, of oval form and pierced with bands of vertical slats with swags piercing between, raised on a spread circular foot and having a blue glass liner. Length 18.5 cm, weight 7.
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