A Victorian silver plated two branch candelabrum, with gadrooned and fluted decoration, 47 cm high; and a Victorian silver plated spoon warmer by Elkington & Co, 1877, in the shape of a nautilus shell, 13.5 cm high. (2)
A late Victorian sterling silver nautilus shaped spoon warmer, maker's mark William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London circa 1898 fashioned as a segmented nautilus shell with enclosed top and hinged lid mounted upon a stylistic rocky base with shell shaped handle,
Richard Sturrock 19th century green glazed grotesque vase of a seated fantasy creature, stamped on the base 'Sturrock, Guildford'. This piece was inspired by the popular Martin Bros. Pottery piece that was designed as a spoon warmer
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