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Art Nouveau sterling silver two handled vase, by Hardy Brothers, hallmarked London 1908, 23 cm high, 625 grams approx

A silver stem vase; John Rose, Birmingham. Height 13.5 cm. Weight 78.9g

A late-Victorian silver vase, tri-handled, tapered; London 1896

Indian silver floral vase with two floral bound handles and all over floral detailed design. a dent to one side. Tested and holds for silver. Stamped T100 to the base. Height 21.5 cm. Weight 595g

American sterling silver trumpet vase with filled base. Newark new Jersey, maker Matthews Company. Height 35.5 cm

Three various sterling silver trumpet vases, hallmarked Birmingham 1920, 1942 & 1965

Pair of sterling silver spill vases hallmarked Birmingham 1906, height 12 cm approx

A late Victorian sterling silver flower vase of tapered cylindrical shape on circular foot with raised floral scroll and leaf decoration. London, 1889. Height 17.5 cm

English hallmarked sterling silver amphora vase with two handles. London, 1899, maker William Comyns & Sons weight 267g

Royal Copenhagen floral vase and a finches figure group finches probably Royal Copenhagen. Both with silver mounts marked 925. Height of vase 13.5 cm

Pair sterling silver mantle vases, hallmarked London 1909. Height 21 cm, total weight 374grams (weighted bases)

A Chinese silver export vase, circa 1900, possibly marked Hung Chong & Co, Shanghai, 16.5 cm high

Chinese export silver dragon vase trumpet shape with spiralling dragon by Tuck Chang, height 23 cm, weight 289g

A pair of Oriental silver vases, early 20th century, the lead weighted vases of baluster form with fluted rims, upon a socle and a circular rimmed foot, embossed with frieze like bands of oriental figures in a range of mystic poses and landscape settings a

Italian 800 silver vase, maker Lavoraz a Mano, of baluster form with flared neck, inset green stone and scrolled handles with cast acanthus leaves. 1224gm. 37 cm high.

A pair of Edwardian silver vases with hexafoil pierced rims; C.S.green, Birmingham 1909, and a larger vase (a/f). (3)

Pair of sterling silver bud vases hallmarked Birmingham 1917

A miniature spill vase Birmingham 1960, maker B & Co

Sterling silver bamboo shaped vase hallmarked Chester 1898, 11 cm high

Sterling silver Art Nouveau pedestal based floral embossed tulip vase. Birmingham 1911. Maker Elkington & Co.

A Victorian sterling silver vase of tapered flared form with half twist fluted body and circular foot. Sheffield, 1891. Height 13.2 cm

A pair of sterling silver bud vases by H. Mathews, Birmingham 1919. Height 16.5 cm total weight 241grams (note bases are weighted)

A William Yeoward crystal vase together with a pair of vases from the same maker

A late-Victorian Arts & Crafts silver vase, planished tapered cylindrical, with three twist loop handles, Wm Hutton, London 1896. Height 14 cm. Wt 120g

Pair hallmarked sterling silver vases. Chester 1912; makers JD/W? scrolled upper rims; weighted bases. Dents. Height 25 cm. Weight 657g

A pair of Edwardian crystal and silver specimen vases, each with finely cut trumpet form vases with castellated rims mounted in circular spreading bases. London 1900 by William Comyns & Sons. Height 21.5 cm

A pair Edwardian sterling silver mantle vases, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1908, decorated with pierced rims and repousse, work lower bases. Height 15 cm; total weight 574grams

Sibray, Hall & Co., London, 1906 sterling silver urn shaped vase weighted base together with a pair of sterling silver trumpet vases, Birmingham 1907, and a single urn shaped sterling silver vase, Sheffield, 1909 (A/F) (4). Height 15 cm 14 cm 12.5 cm

Two various hallmarked sterling silver items. Lidded crystal jar Birmingham 1912, makers W L; and sterling silver collared crystal vase, Birmingham 1910. Dents. Height 13 cm (vase)