A silver comport, the shallow dish with scalloped rim moulded with shells and leaf motifs raised on a knopped stem from a circular spreading foot. Sheffield 1926 by Walker & Hall. 450gms. Diameter 20.5 cm
A silver gilt presentation dish, hallmarked London, 1861, maker G.F, inscribed to front: To Alexander Alston from Alexandra Princess of Wales, October 1883, inscribed verso: The Princess of Wales stood Sponsor to A.R.A.R.A, 17.5 cm diameter
Pair of Edwardian sterling silver sweet meat dishes, hallmarked, Sheffield, 1910, J.D &S (James Dixon & Sons), of navene form with pierced sides accented with garlands, total weight 119gm, length 13.5 cm
A sterling silver pierced dish, 1956 London with maker's marks for Hardy Bros, a fine pierced dish with an undulating cast and shell border, crisply hallmarked underside, silver weight 196gr, height 5.5 cm, diameter 21.5 cm
A small Dutch .934 silver tray or stand, 1879, with standard and assay office mark 'C' for s'Gravenhage, the heavy gauge stand of scalloped square profile with a circular dish and applied thread edges; hallmarked underside, silver weight 180gr, height 2.5
A Georgian oval sterling silver meat dish & Mazarine, by Paul Storr, London, circa 1806 & 1820, the meat dish with gadroon border & armorial to centre, total weight approximately 4148 gms silver, 3.5 cm high, 49 cm wide, 34 cm deep
English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian pair of dishes having hand-chased floral & scroll decoration, with panels of hand-pierced work, sitting on three cast foliate feet. Birmingham, 1894, maker Henry Matthews, diameter 15 cm, weight 344g
A George II sterling silver oval meat dish by John Harvey I, London 1740, with gadrooned rim and engraved contemporary insignia 'Gr', Royal coat of arms and crown, the reverse with engraved 'No 4' and scratch weight '70=19', 48 x 36 cm, 2155 grams
English hallmarked sterling silver George V footed dish having a pierced border with shell form edges. Engraved to the centre 'Cowbridge Fat Stock Show, 1936, Presented By Mrs G.A.H. Samuel, Dairy Classes Championship;Birmingham, 1935, Maker Adie Brothers
English hallmarked sterling silver George V dish having a plain oval body with shaped border & applied reeded edge, sitting on four cast scrolled shell form feet. Inscribed 'Connie & Jack From Cousins George & Andrew', Birmingham, 1911, maker Stewart Dawso
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