16 item(s) found:

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A George V silver tea service comprising a teapot, milk jug, and sugar bowl, of globular form with gadrooned edge. Maker: C S Harris & Sons Ltd. Total weight: 1400gm

Four Australian silver native plant spoons, stamped 925, maker Harris and son

George V silver coffee pot, mark of C. S. Harris & Sons Ltd., London, 1911, of tall baluster shape, with domed hinged lid and ebony double scrolled handle, hallmarked, approx. Weight 535 grams

A George V four-piece silver tea service, comprising teapot, hot water jug, milk and sugar, Georgian style with serpentine rims and shell and pad feet. London 1924 by C.S. Harris & Sons Ltd. Total weight 1509

Six Western Australian sterling silver spoons, mid 20th century. Various makers including JA Linton & Harris & Son. Lengths 8.8 cm-13.3 cm

A George III silver snuffer tray, London 1815, a George III silver caster, maker I.D, London 1764, a pair of Irish silver salt cellars (marks erased), two Scottish silver salt spoons, Marshall and Sons, Edinbugh 1818/24 and a Victorian silver creamer, Char

A pair of sterling silver Edwardian sweetmeat baskets, 1904 and 1908, with maker's marks for C S Harris & Sons Ltd, the oval baskets of neoclassical design with piercings, laurel swags and paterae throughout, with beaded edges and swing handles and raised

Edwardian sterling silver teapot, milk jug & bowl the teapot hallmarked London 1902, maker Charles Stuart Harris, 32 cm wide, the milk jug and sugar bowl hallmarked London 1905, maker possibly Thomas Bradbury & Sons, total weight 1560 grams approx

Harris & Son Australian wild flowers boxed set of 13 sterling silver teaspoons by the noted Western Australian smith, plus a Harris & Son silver cake server in box. (14)

Australian silver: set of 7 Wildflower tea spoons by Harris & Sons of Perth; plus, set of 4 sterling silver condiments with 3 spoons by Atkin Bros of Sheffield c1907.

Three Australian silver fauna spoons with planished bowls; Harris & Sons, Western Australia. (cased)

A set of eight Edward VII sterling silver salt cellars, maker's mark Pierce & Sons Ltd, London 1908 with eight sterling silver salt spoons maker's mark C.S Harris & Sons Ltd, London 1908 and two lidded salt cellars, maker's mark MR, London 1906, each salt

Set of eight WA silver Wildflower spoons, by Harris & Sons Perth, including Geraldton wax, gumnuts, etc. Six coffee spoons and two jam spoons Lengths 11 cm - 12.5 cm

Six West Australian silver Wildflower spoons, 20th century, by Harris & Son Perth. Length 11.8 cm

A set of 6 Harris & Son, (of W.A.) sterling silver coffee spoons, with Arts & Crafts style bowls and wildflower design handles, with impressed marks. In a presentation box