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English hallmarked sterling silver George III sugar bowl & cream jug having a round bellied body with hand-chased floral decoration, applied top border, gilt wash interior, with two acanthus side handles, the cream jug with an unusual double lip. Both havi
A pair of Edwardian silver sugar bowl and cream jug, both of George III pedestal style, the basin with swing handle, reeded detail to borders, oval spreading foot, the jug of tall helmet style with loop handle and square foot. Chester 1907 by George Edward
A Victorian sterling silver sugar bowl & creamer, 1893 London, with maker's marks for Walter & John Barnard, with neoclassical styling, the bowl and creamer of boat shape form with bracket handles, gentle waists, the lower bodies with undulatin
A George III sterling silver sugar bowl and similar creamer, 1807 & 1810, London, creamer and bowl respectively, with maker's marks to creamer for Charles fox I or Crispin Fuller, maker's mark to bowl obscured, both of compressed rectangular ne
George IV Irish sterling silver sugar bowl & milk jug squat circular shape, ornately chased with florals, scrolls and cartouche, the handles formed as sea horses on floral cast scroll feet, Dublin, 1829, maker Frederick Mann & Son
A matching sterling silver creamer and sugar bowl. First half 20th century, with maker's marks for William Drummond & Co. The elegant ovoid creamer and bowl each with a broad waisted neck and a narrow egg and dart border, raised upon a footed base
A stylish sterling silver creamer and sugar bowl Duo 1912/13 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Deakin & Francis. The low form shallow creamer and bowl raised on pedestals, each with wide plain borders to the rim and exaggerated flaring square form
A sterling silver helmet creamer and a sterling silver beaded swing handled sugar bowl 20th century American, marked sterling and with maker's mark for Watson Co; 1892/3 Birmingham, with maker's mark for John Sherwood & Sons. Athread edged crea
A fine Georgian sterling silver sugar bowl and matching creamer 1825/6 London, with maker's mark for Joseph Angell I, marks to one item rubbed. Of compressed boat shape form with horizontal threading above a gadrooned lower section, gadrooned rims, lea
A Mexican sterling silver sugar bowl and creamer, 20th century, with marks for Taxco, of globular lobed form with a waisted neck, the covered sugar bowl with a matching partitioned lid with finial, having squared tubular handles with thumbpieces and raised
A sterling silver sugar bowl and creamer, 1903/4 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Robert Pringle, of oval high shouldered tapering form with everted rims and cast scrolling handles, hallmarked to upper body of each, silver weight 188gr. Heights 9 cm
English hallmarked sterling silver George IV sugar & creamer having half-fluted bodies with gadrooned edges sitting on collet feet. London, 1826, maker Sebastian Crespel II. Condition good, some tarnishing. Height of sugar bowl - 10.3 cm. Weight 563g
A sterling silver sugar bowl and creamer, 1903 Birmingham, with makers' marks for John Edward Wilmot, of neoclassical boat shaped styling each with a gadrooned lower section and a rolled rim, the jug with a scroll strap handle, the sugar bowl with ribbed b
A George III Irish silver swing handle sugar basket, maker, Dublin 1801 and a George III creamer, Solomon Hougham, London 1794 the boat shaped basket standing on an oval pedestal, bright-cut engraved border and a bright-cut crest to one side and a monogram
English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII cream jug & sugar bowl in the Georgian manner, on three feet. Chester, 1909, maker Stokes & Ireland Ltd. Condition good, minor tarnishing. Height of jug 9.5 cm. Weight 199g
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