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French 19th century silver Challis, 1818-1834, with bell shaped bowl, accented with border of wheat sheaf motifs, above knop support, on spreading circular foot, total weight 436gm, height 28 cm

Edwardian sterling silver pedestal bowl, hallmarked, Sheffield, 1903, J.D & S (James Dixon & Sons), of baluster bowl, embossed with flowers and c-scrolls, on stepped circular base, total weight 243gm, diameter 15.5 cm

George V sterling silver bowl, London 1933, makers William Comyns & Son. Tri footed, diameter 13 cm Wt. 190grams

A German 800 silver bowl, square shaped. 23.5 x 23.5 x 4 cm. Weight 417g

An Italian .800 silver olive bowl and cover, post 1968 mark, with .800 standard and Alessandria 1387 mark with star, a spherical bowl with a fitted cover and cast finial, a blue glass liner and six olive picks with ball finials inserted into the interior r

A large Yogya .800 silver oval bowl, 1930s Java, with .800 mark and maker's initials A?, of typical design with a broad everted pierced border and a serpentine rim, the lobed reserves profusely decorated with flowers, bursting fruits and addorsed peaco

A Continental, 800 silver bowl, of simple restrained form with everted rim, unmarked but tested 800 parts silver, 1601 grams, 34.5 cm diameter

A George III sterling silver circular bowl by George Hindmarsh, London 1786, with partial fluting and later floral embossed rim, 6 cm high, 10 cm diameter, 175 grams

A cased George II set of three sterling silver tea caddies by Samuel Herbert & Co, London 1754, comprising an circular bowl and cover, a pair of vase shaped caddies and covers, all with embossed floral decoration, engraved contemporary coat of arms and bir

A George V sterling silver pierced circular bowl on three winged lion paw feet by Es Barnsley & Co, Birmingham 1917, 23 cm diameter, 10 cm high, 580 grams

Heavy European silver bowl two handled stemmed circular form, rope twist scroll handles, acanthus decorated border and spiral fluted body

Antique chased sterling silver pedestal bowl, marked JD&S, Sheffield, 1903, approx 246g & 15 cm diameter

Norwegian silver, tri-footed centrepiece bowl marked 830s, D. Anderson, approx 380g, 23 cm dia. Ex Vice Admiral Sir Gerald Gladstone. Engraving reads Til Vise Admiral Gerald Gladstone C.B. Reverse FRA kongelige norske marine June 1957

800 silver bowl with Italian hallmarks, rolled square shape, approx 255g

Antique sterling silver pedestal chased bowl marked Sheffield, 1903, JD WD, approx 116g

Two English sterling silver handled candy bowls i) 1924 Sheffield, by Atkin Brothers diameter 23 cm, weight: 485gms ii) 1903 Birmingham, by Synyer and Beddoes diameter 21.2 cm, weight: 439gms

Poole USA sterling silver bowl, marked to base and #301. Height 8.5 cm, Wt. 228grams approx.

American sterling silver and enamel tazza, with turquoise enamel bowl, above shaped reeded support on circular foot, diameter 16.5 cm

George II rococo bowl, in sterling silver. Chased with half fluting and Bacchus decoration marked 1753, London, TB? approx 13 cm dia, 300g

Three small silver bowls, comprising of a pair with pierced sides 12.3 cm wide and another with repousse decoration, 141 grams

Russian carved stone bowl on silver mount, the mount stamped Faberge (in Russian) with Intaglio 84 womans head, what appears to be a backward R and n. Then there another stamp for H W, which is probably the mark for Henrik Wigstrom.

Mid 19th century Swedish silver centrepiece, consisting of an ornately decorated footed twin handle bowl with lid, hallmarked 1845, 830/1000 purity, hallmarked on side of base and inside lid rim, 831 grams

Mid 19th century Swedish silver centrepiece bowl, hallmarked 1846 (under side of top near edge and on top of bottom rim), 833/1000 purity, maker G.M., 36 cm, 36 cm, 25.5 cm high, 1205 grams

Hallmarked German silver bowl, 830/1000 purity, maker G.K., 21.9 cm diameter, 3.6 cm high, 163 grams

German 835 silver bowl, hallmarked Schwäbisch Gmünd, maker Wilhelm Binder, 32 cm, 22.9 cm, 3.1 cm high, 459 grams

German hallmarked 800 silver bowl, maker J.H.W., 28 cm, 19 cm, 393 gms

Hallmarked silver 2 handle bowl, maker Bkv, 12 cm wide, 5.3 cm high, 100 grams

German 800 silver bowl, hallmarked Schwäbisch Gmünd, maker Wilhelm Binder, 12.9 cm diameter, 6.4 cm high, 218 grams

A George lll silver sugar bowl, Paul Storr, London, 1821, of compressed circular form, gadroon and shell rim, fluted foliate handles, lobing to lower body, on circular foot, 475 gms, 20 cm wide over handles

A George lll silver twin handled bowl by Andrew Fogelberg and Stephen Gilbert, London, 1783, the sides with a band of eight concave semi circles with ribbed borders and lobed, fluted and engraved decoration to the lower body, flying double scroll handles w

Danish silver jug, mark of Anton Michelsen, Christian F. Heise, Copenhagen, 1913, the handle terminating in a floral crest, with ivory insulators, together with a silver bowl with embossed floral decoration, marked 'S800' (2), approx. Weight 391 gr

Danish silver double handled bowl, mark of Anton Michelsen, Simon Groth, Copenhagen, 1887, together with a Danish silver cream jug, c. 1843, of lobed form with scrolling leaf handle, raised on four paw feet, and a German silver sauce boat, hallmarked (2),

George V hallmarked sterling silver sweetmeats bowl, Birmingham 1924. Swing handle, pierced decoration, diameter 9 cm. Wt.57g

Sterling silver basket, with pierced repousse bowl, clear glass liner and rope twist swing handle, marked STG SIL to bottom rim, 110 grams (silver weight), 13 cm high

George V hallmarked sterling silver pierced bowl, Chester 1910. maker JR. Quad footed., length 7 cmW100g.

George V hallmarked sterling silver pierced bowl, Birmingham 1910, makers mark rubbed. 15 cm. Wt.136g

Geo V hallmarked sterling silver footed bowl. Birmingham 1928, makers Mw? pierced decoration to bowl. Height 13 cm, D21 cm, Wt. 560g

Three Victorian sterling silver cauldron salts and matching bowl, of cauldron form with gadrooned rim, on three lion paw feet with lion masks at the knees, gilt interior to the salts., Robert Harper London 1867

A Continental silver table centrepiece late 19th century the centrepiece decorated with putti figures, acanthus leaves, scrolls and classical urns base stamped with 800 silver mark note: lacking upper glass bowl height 30 cm, weight: 1182gms (approx.)

Sterling silver rimmed and cut glass bowl, hallmarked Chester 1912, diameter 23 cm

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