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
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
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),
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.)
Two Edward VII sterling silver oval floral pierced baskets by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1907 & 1911 inset with four silver shillings, two 1745 and two 1758, and a smaller matching bowl inset with four silver 6 pence pieces, 1787, 27
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