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A fine pair of Georgian sterling silver sauce tureens & covers William Eaton / London /, circa 1831, with reed & ribbon to borders & to covers, plus added gadrooning with rampant lion finials, raised on four scroll & reeded feet, total weig

An impressive George III sterling silver suite of a pair of sauce tureens and covers, a pair of entree dishes, covers and Sheffield plate warming stands by Thomas Ellerton and Richard Sibley I, London 1803, the urn shaped tureens with ribbon-tied reeded ri

Antique French silver (950 mark) tureen with liner, by Massat Freres, marked Minerva to each part and maker's mark to lid, approx 1282g, 21 cm diameter

George III sterling silver sauce tureen, hallmarked London 1815 (W.E), 19 cm high, 15 cm wide with Victorian hallmarked sterling silver liner, 1209 grams

A large George IV sterling silver oblong soup tureen and cover by John & Henry Lias, London 1827, 24 cm high, 36 cm wide, 24 cm deep, 4,750 grams

A Victorian sterling silver oval two handled soup tureen and cover by Thomas, James and Nathaniel Creswick, Sheffield 1846, raised on four scroll feet with pomegranate and acanthus leaf loop handle, 30 cm high, 40 cm wide, 2,580 grams

Magnificent sterling silver twin handled tureen cover and lining, of oval form, with looped finial handle above a lobed body flanked by handles on a lobed spreading foot impressed 925 and makers mark (rubbed), total weight 3900 gm,20.5 cm x 37 cm x 24 cm

English hallmarked sterling silver George III set of three sauce tureens each having two wheat sheaf form handles, scrolled fleur de lis pie crust edge detail to the rim, all standing on a collet foot. London, 1809, maker Robert Hennell I & Samuel Henn

A George III sterling silver set of four sterling silver rectangular sauce tureens and covers by Richard Cook, London 1804 each with gadrooned rim, leaf capped handles and a cast handle in the form of a crest of a portcullis in an armoured arm

A fine pair of George lll oval silver sauce tureens, Thomas Robins, London, 1811, (2), each with stepped partially domed cover with cast shell, scroll and foliage handle and stepped lobed borders, the tureens each with gadroon rim and a shell to each compa

A George III silver sauce tureen and cover, Rebecca Eames & Edward Barnard / London / 1813, the stepped domed cover with a gadrooned border, the body with a conforming border to the rim, flanked by angular handles, bun feet, approximately 586gms, 21 cm

A fine George III neoclassical sterling silver soup tureen, 1802 London, with maker's mark for Digby Scott & Benjamin Smith, a superbly elegant thread edged tureen of pedestal urn form with fluted and leaf form bracket handles, gadroon decorated to the low

George V hallmarked sterling silver lidded tureen. London 1915, makers Gold & Silversmith Co., height 23 cm weight 1,723g

A German silver two handled tureen by Schnauffer, 31 cm across the handles, 1490 grams

A George III pair of sterling silver oval two handled tureens by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp, London 1780, with veloute and ball feet, palm leaf terminals and engraved contemporary crests. 22.5 x 11 cm, 10 cm high, 915 grams

Pair George IV sterling silver sauce tureens two handled oval shape in the neoclassical taste with beaded borders, the detachable lids with engraved family crest, London 1823

A fine sterling silver soup tureen and cover, Paul Storr, London, 1820 the partly fluted body with shell and foliate mounted rim, bearing the crest of Morgan-Gould of Tredegar, with two scrolling leaf mounted handles, the removable domed and stepped lid fl

Two Georgian sterling silver tureens hallmarked London 1834, maker J. Chas. Edington, total weight 3.6kilos approx.

A pair of George III sterling silver oval sauce tureens and lids

A George III sterling silver soup tureen, Benjamin Smith II and Benjamin Smith III, London, 1817 the body with cast and applied floral swags, raised on four scrolling shell form feet, having two scrolling handles emanating from acanthus, the domed cover wi

A George II silver twin handled sauce tureen in the Adam style, London 1813, with gilt interior and reeded scroll handles, beaded rim above the sunflower medallions and garlands, raised on a beaded and leaf moulded oval spread foot, 23 cm width, 604 grams.

English hallmarked sterling silver George V lidded tureen with rope twist scalloped edges Birmingham, 1935, maker Barker Brothers silver Ltd condition excellent to good, very minor wear. Length 28 cm weight 1808g

A Victorian silver bacon tureen, traditional oval shape with swivelling dome cover, ivory button form handle, raised on four splayed legs with ball feet and detail. London 1887 by Edward Hutton. Weight 1965gms. Width 35 cm

An important Paul Storr sterling silver entree dish and cover hallmarked London 1814. The tureen is decorated with gadrooned borders and shell motif handle and inscribed, 'Presented by the Duchess Del Infantado to Commander Robert Dalton RN', together with

A George IV sterling silver soup tureen and cover, Richard Sibley, London 1822 the tureen of oval form with a gadrooned rim and elaborate acanthus and shell motifs to the handles, raised on four paw feet, the domed cover with applied chasing, gadrooned and

An important silver George III tureen & cover 1804, London by William Frisbee, with snake finial, in the style of Paul Storr. Height 17.5 cm. Weight 756gm. It is reported that Paul Storr worked with, William Frisbee for a approximately a year before he reg

Victorian hallmarked sterling silver vegetable tureen. Glasgow 1859; maker J M. Engraved floral decoration with internal tray - each piece hallmarked. Length 34 cm. Weight 1025g

A pair of sterling silver sauce tureens, maker's mark Parker and Wakelin, London, 1766 boat shaped with gadrooned rims and loop handles, on four scroll and shield feet and engraved armorial to each front, 1170grs total silver weight, 9 cm high

A Victorian silver bacon tureen, oval shaped with domed cover with an ivory handle, raised on four supports with decorative ball feet and finials. London 1887 by Edward Hutton. Width 35 cm, weight 1965gms

A fine pair of silver rectangular tureens and covers, London 1804 by Robert Garrard, the finials in the form of a castle turret crested, bases with scratch weights 57.5 and 57.14 and numbered 3 and 4 305gms

Benjamin Smith II, pair of sauce tureens, hemispherical form on pedestal foot with band of gadrooning and rising to gadroon flange with the plain body having two engraved crests and applied rim with band of foliate, reed and tie above shallow panelling, th

Hallmarked sterling silver pair of lidded sauce tureens navette shaped with double handles and engraved garter 'Vincent Veritas' London, 1807 by John Emes. Weight 1kg

A sterling silver tureen and cover, circa 1932, Sheffield, Henry Wilkinson, the cushioned rectangular form with crimped edges and with detachable handle. Stamped to side. Total weight 1473gr.

A George III caviar tureen London 1813, 55 x 39.5 cm Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard. Width 18.5 cm 1478, gms weight

A pair of George III covered sauce tureens R. Green or R. Grierson, Edinburgh 1801, 12.5 x 19.6 cm, with a pair of sauce ladles. 466gms weight each

Antique Georgian sterling lidded bat shape twin handled tureen London 1803

A set of four George III silver sauce tureens and covers, by Paul Storr, London 1801, of oval form and raised on oval pedestal base with gadroon border, applied with leaf-capped ring handles, the pull-off domed cover with thread loop handle, engraved with

A George III silver soup tureen and cover, Wakelin and Garrard, London, 1792, in the Adam style, the oval body and cover engraved with a coat-of-arms flanked by loop handles, gadroon borders and rim, the cover surmounted by an urn finial; 2172gms. Width 39

A sterling silver, two handled sauce tureen with removable liner, the top handle moulded as two snakes. London, 1818, by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard weight: 859gm

Victorian soup tureen and cover with detachable handle and beaded edge on four scrolled feet. Maker. Wd. Height 28 cm. Length 36 cm