English sterling silver baby rattle, early 20th century, possibly Birmingham, 1922, cast in the form of a teddy bear with three bells suspending form the body, with large ivory coloured teether ring, length 14.5 cm
An early 1900s silver and mother of pearl baby rattle, a chick in the middle of a wishbone with a broken eggshell bell suspended from the top, with a mother of pearl teething ring, Chester 1919 by Walter Allen, length 9 cm.
A Victorian silver and ivory baby rattle, traditional form, embossed decoration, whistle to the top, six small bells, with ivory teether base, Birmingham 1848 by Yapp & Woodward (John Yapp & John Woodward), length 13 cm.
A Victorian silver and coral baby rattle, traditional form with embossed decoration, whistle to the top, four small rumble bells, red coral teether base, Birmingham 1840 by George Unite, length 11.5 cm.
An unusual Edwardian sterling silver child's rattle with mother of pearl handle and ivory teething ring, Birmingham 1909. Centre section of the rattle features a world globe. A/F a break in the silver ring that attaches the ivory teething ring to rattle
An early 20th century silver and mother-of-pearl baby's whistle/rattle/teether, the mother-of-pearl handle/teether with embossed silver end including a tapered whistle, two original bells hang from the sides. Unmarked. Length 8 cm.
A good Edwardian silver and mother-of-pearl baby's rattle/teething ring, the mother-of-pearl teething handle with silver mount and scrolling supports to the pierced ball supporting four original embossed bells. Birmingham 1905 by Crisford & Norris Ltd.
An Edwardian silver baby's rattle, orange branch form coral teething bar to the embossed baluster form body with scroll and floral decoration, whistle end, two original bells to the sides. Birmingham 1906 by Adie andLovekin Ltd. Length 6.5 cm