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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

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

Sterling silver shell form tri-footed dish, hallmarked Birmingham 1901, 57grams

Two sterling silver pierced sweetmeat dishes, hallmarked Birmingham 1899, width 15 cm approx, 119grams

A sterling silver dish, embossed scene depicting two children playing, scalloped rim, London 1896. Diameter 10 cm. Weight 76g

A Continental 800 silver ecclesiastical 'Ihs' Baptismal shell form dish, unmarked but tested at 800 parts silver, 229 grams, 19 cm

A George II Irish silver Alms dish, Dublin 1730, of plain circular form with everted rim, engraved with crest, 440 grams, 23.5 cm

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

A pair of George II sterling silver shell dishes by Edward Wakelin, London 1758, 10.5 cm wide, 160 grams

An Indonesian silver oval pierced dish, 20th century embossed, chased and ebonised in lotus design, 35 x 21 cm, 130 grams

Victorian sterling silver sweetmeat dish, Sheffield 1898, makers John Round & Son. Pierced decoration. width 93grams, length 17 cm

Commemorative Royal Mint Dish. In sterling silver by Roberts & Dore for QEII 25th Wedding Anniversary. Marked London, R&D, 1972. With Archive College of Australia certificate. Approx 80g

An English sterling silver pierced dish, Birmingham 1899

A sterling silver Tri-footed dish with gadrooned edge, marked to base, 925?????, sterling, height 7 Dia 28 cm, 417 g

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 Broth

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,

Pair of sterling silver dishes, both hallmarked Sheffield 1972, makers Garrard & Co, each with embossed floral decoration to centre, diameter 12 cm (each), Wt. 263g approx (total).

Pair of Victorian sterling silver footed dishes, London 1879, makers WG. Pierced decoration. Height 8 cm (each) approx, Wt. 221g approx (total).

Victorian sterling silver pierced dish marked Birmingham, 1895, LB&M.

English sterling silver dish, of circular form, decorated with a central rose motif, diameter 12 cm

An Art Nouveau sterling silver dish, open rim with lily of the valley design, Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1917. Length 17.5 cm. Weight 51g

German 800 silver coin dish, set with 1616 Polish Sigismund III Vasa coin, 12.7 cm wide, 57 grams

Sterling silver shell form tri-footed dish, hallmarked Sheffield 1918 (James Deakin & Sons), 13.1 cm, 10.2 cm, 45 grams

Late 19th century Ethiopian silver coin dish, set with 1 gersh King Menelik II silver coin, 10.2 cm diameter, 68 grams

A set of four silver (900) footed dishes, total Wt. 184g

Boxed Edw hallmarked sterling silver four piece sweetmeat set. Sheffield 1909, maker Hw. Including matching tri-footed sweetmeat dishes; and two pairs tongs. Wt. 100g (total)

A suite of six sterling silver sweet meat dishes of heavy guage

Sterling silver heavily embossed silver dish, hallmarked Sheffield 1897

Pair of sterling silver pierced dishes, hallmarked Chester 1907

Sterling silver nautilus dish, with dolphin figural stem & shells in repousse to base, stamped 925 along with makers marks, 498g approx., 16 cm high

Victorian sterling silver shell form dish, mark of William Henry leather, Birmingham, 1896, together with two sterling silver shell form dishes, hallmarked (3), approx. Weight 57 grams, 76 grams

A sterling silver pepper mill and pair of condiment dishes by Gerald Benney, London 1964, of cylindrical form with bark textured surface lifted from a polished band, the dishes with glass inserts, weighted (3). Provenance: the collection of Richard 'Di

Continental silver coin dish, of circular form, set with a 1771 German coin marked Patrona Bavariae 1771 and obverse D.G.MAX.IOS.U.B D.S.R.I.A &EL.L.L., total weight 80gm, diameter 11.4 cm

Continental silver coin dish, of square form, set with a Swiss 1827 coin, marked, Canton Bern 1826 5 Batz, bowl marked 800 Tezler 4559, total weight 156gm, 13 cm x 13 cm

Late Victorian sterling silver dish, hallmarked, London, 1893, makers mark rubbed, of rectangular form, with egg and dart border, total weight 450gm, 26 cm x 19 cm

A boxed Victorian silver sweet service. Maker: John William Kilpatrick, Northampton Square, Clerkenwell, London 1867. Comprising 9 silver dishes and 9 spoons (berry spoons, sifting spoons, etc.), with chased decorations of berries. The largest dish measuri

Silver & mother of pearl dish, with butterfly decoration & 3 ball feet, 24 cm wide approx.

Cased sterling silver shell dish, with glass insert, hallmarked London 1913, maker: Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd., 126g approx.

Sterling silver pierced dish, hallmarked Chester 1912, 66g approx.

Two small silver dishes, a scallop form comport on base, Garrard & Co Ltd, Sheffield,1995 and a pin dish, Mappin & Webb, London, 1997. Total weight 238g.

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