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George I sterling silver dish, of scalloped fluted form and hammered body with a short collet foot by Edward Feline marked London, EF, 1726 Approx 360g, 17 cm diameter

George V sterling silver two handled bowl hand hammered decoration on 4 scroll legs, Birmingham, 1926, together with a 3 handled sterling silver bon bon dish.

An Edwardian silver oval dish, with decoratively pierced walls, gadroon and shell moulded border, scrolling handles to either side, raised on four shell and scroll feet. Chester 1902.

An Italian oval gallery fruit bowl and a shallow dish, the bowl with reeded border and four scroll feet. Stamped 800 by Furio of Torino. The dish unmarked silver. Total weight 718g.

An Italian silver circular dish, with stylised shield pattern border. Stamped 800 with 30DD mark. Weight 1070g. Width 38 cm.

A silver coconut shell dish, silver bowl, carved coconut shell with bamboo and dragonfly motif, base comprising silver frogs on lillypads. Diameter 15.5 cm.

An American silver circular dish, with neo-classical engraved decoration and pierced rim. Diameter 25 cm. 270gms.

Montgomery Bros Sterling silver bon bon dish, hallmarked to base, with pierced decoration, 130grams, W21 cm approx

A hallmarked sterling silver English Pierce worked basket dish, London 1893, weight 245 g, 9 x 18 cm

A Norwegian sterling silver and enamelled dish By David Andersen with a gilt bottom and star decorated gullioche interior, marked to base, approx 65mm L

A good quality 12-sided silver dish, plain with pierced border. Sheffield 1954 by Atkin Bros. 300gms. Width 20 cm

Sterling silver bon bon dish, with pierced floral decoration, stamped 925, 15 cm long, 88 grams approx.

Sterling silver bon bon dish, with pierced floral decoration, hallmarked London 1895, 15 cm long, 110 grams approx.

Sterling silver tri footed pierced bon bon dish, hallmarked Birmingham 1935, 12 cm diameter, 70 grams approx.

Sterling silver pierced dish, hallmarked Chester 1904, 15.5 cm diameter, 114 grams approx.

Sterling silver pierced oval shaped bon bon dish, Birmingham 1908

Sterling silver footed dish, hallmarked Sheffield 1978, 114grams approx

Two sterling silver pierced dishes, hallmarked Birmingham 1938,D10 cm, 101grams approx

Pair Edwardian sterling silver bon bon dishes, hallmarked Birmingham 1903

German silver art nouveau with glass lining dish, stamped 800, 77grams approx

Sterling silver elevated pierced dish, hallmarked Birmingham 1896, 20 cm long, 178 grams approx.

Sterling silver four footed pierced bon bon dish, hallmarked Birmingham 1919, 8.5 cm wide, 68 grams approx.

Sterling silver tri footed pierced bon bon dish, hallmarked Birmingham 1908, (Henry Matthews),14 cm diameter, 114 grams approx.

Four small decorative dishes, sterling and Continental, 20th century, two small pierced lozenge and boat shaped dishes, an embossed oval dish and one other; hallmarked to all. Silver weight 140gr. Height 2.5 cm. Length 16 cm. Width 11.5 cm and smaller

An Edward VII silver bon bon dish, pierced detail, undulating scrolled border; William Devenport, Birmingham, 1904. Diameter 12 cms. Weight 33.2g.

Two silver shell bowls, a small Victorian bon bon dish on three ball feet; William Hutton & Sons, London, 1882 and larger dish repousse and chased on three ball feet stamped silver.

A Canadian silver dish, oval form with four large grape clusters in repousse; Birks, Montreal, 1959. Length 28 cms, width 18 cms. Weight 170g.

Two silver dishes, marked silver, 12 cm diameter approx, total weight 129 grams approx

Sterling silver pierced dish, hallmarked Birmingham 1895, maker : Minshull Latimer, 88 grams approx

Sterling silver leaf shape dish, hallmarked Birmingham 1921,75 grams approx

A pair of Edward VII sterling silver oval pierced bon bon dishes by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1904, 14 cm wide, 335 grams

An early 20th century silver quaich and matching paten dish, plain circular form, fine gadroon borders, the quaich with traditional shaped and pierced handles. Total weight 500gms. Diameters 135 and 19.5 cm

A Georg Jensen silver Blossom pattern shallow round dish, designed by Georg Jensen in 1905, Copenhagen, post 1945, model No 2A, the rim designed with blossom and scrolls, standard Georg Jensen & Wendel A/S factory marks, and model numbers, 19 cm diamet

Malaysian Trade Fair silver dish Sydney 1977 etc. Decorated with nation state emblems to border. Also, two floral embossed dishes, one stamped 800, the other stamped silver to base.