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A fine French .950 silver table jardiniere, circa 1900, with maker's mark for Henri Soufflot. The rectangular jardiniere of compressed form with rounded ends finely repousse worked with a pierced foliate frieze draped with swags, a pair of engraved medalli

A large rectangular silver repousse jardiniere, late Qing dynasty, late 19th-early 20th century. The convex sides surmounted by a pierced gallery above, all with finely worked pine, prunus and mambo, the whole supported at the corners by four sea dragons.

Thai silver jardiniere heavily decorated with six raised figures against repeating patterns. Unmarked, tested & holds for silver. condition good, minor wear to the base. Height 18 cm. Weight 1480g

Sterling silver jardiniere shaped pin cushion, hallmarked London 1892 (James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler), 6.8 cm wide

A late Victorian small silver table jardiniere, profusely embossed with florals and leaves. London 1890 by Susannah Brasted. 494gms. Diameter 15 cm

Silver on copper pierced jardiniere, on four legs with liner, approx 18 cm high, 15 cm diameter

A German Art Nouveau silver jardiniere by Koch and Bergfeld, Bremen, circa 1900, with band of elliptical emblems on pierces floral and foliate ground, on four floral cast feet, with original brass liner, 44 cm width, 18 high

A German 800 silver Renaissance revival miniature jardiniere J.D. Schleissner & S¸hne, Hanau, late 19th century, the rectangular repousse body decorated with scenes of courting couples in gardens within foliate frames, each end with a scrolling handle, rai

Indian silver jardiniere. Heavily embossed with Palaces, minarets, hunters, tigers, elephants and birds. Floral border and plain rim, the underside with stamped floral and geometric patterns. 855 gms

A French silver jardiniere with liner, 19th century 9 inches long x 4 inches