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Edwardian sterling silver pedestal bowl, hallmarked, Sheffield, 1903, J.D & S (James Dixon & Sons), of baluster bowl, embossed with flowers and c-scrolls, on stepped circular base, total weight 243gm, diameter 15.5 cm

A brass rifle powder flask embossed on front with hanging birds & deer minor dents maker James Dixon, adjustable measure

A Morocco leather covered copper rifle powder flask Superior design with brass fittings, made by James Dixon for Parker Hale

A Morocco leather covered copper rifle powder flask with nickel fittings, made by James Dixon for Parker Hale, superior pattern

James Dixon & Sons silver plated desk set with two cut crystal inkwells, quill rest & an applied eagle on pedestal, all atop a floral base on four beast form feet, width 28 cm

A silver match case, monogrammed on plain design, James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1905. Weight 34g. 5 x 5 x 1 cm

Victorian sterling silver goblet, hallmarked Sheffield 1897 (James Dixon & Sons Ltd), 16.6 cm high, 183 grams

Silver plated eagle topped desk set, with crystal ink wells (one as inspected), maker: James Dixon, with monogrammed to the delegate riffle club 1913

Hallmarked silver pendant on silver chain, pendant maker James Dixon and sons

George V cut crystal and silver mounted covered basket, mark of James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, 1917, with swing handle, hallmarked, height 20 cm

Pair of late Victorian sterling silver candlesticks, hallmarked, Sheffield, 1890, James Dixon & Sons, in the form of Corinthian columns accented with acanthus and vine scrolls, raised on square beaded pedestal bases, total weight, height 27 cm

James Dixon and Sons Britannia metal thistle shaped chamber stick

A silver plate meat cover and Cloche, the Larger by James Dixon & Son, the other by Hardy Brothers, the smaller with mesh side, 41 and 35 cm width

A large Victorian silver pedestal rose bowl decorated with Rococo style scrolls and floral sprays. Sponsor's mark for James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield, 1897. 11 cm high, 16.5 cm diameter, 215g.

A seven piece sterling silver single place setting in King's pattern, plus a matching ladle, 1981 and 1984 Sheffield, with maker's mark for William Yates Ltd (place setting), and James Dixon & Sons (ladle) respectively, comprising dinner and en

An antique sterling silver crested tea set, 1900 Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons and 1903 London, with maker's mark for William Comyns & Sons, a large faceted teapot with a scrolling rim and recessed lid with a cellulose

A late Victorian engraved Sheffield plate tray, late 19th century, with stamps and cartouche of James Dixon & Sons Ltd, the circular tray with a serpentine beaded rim, finely engraved to the body with a central sunburst motif, raised on ball and claw f

Commemorative large sterling silver serving spoons, for silver jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary, made by James Dixon & Son, 1935 (2) 160gms approx

Victorian silver plated and cut glass sardine dish, by James Dixon, Sheffield, 18 cm wide

A pair Victorian cast sterling silver rococo style serving spoons 1899 Sheffield, by James Dixon & Sons, with scroll and shell design - finely cast. Length 21.5 cm. Total. Weight 248gms

A sterling silver sugar caster, 1937 Sheffield, James Dixon & Sons, of typical carinate form with a compressed lower body with a shaped gadrooned edge and raised on a stepped pedestal foot; hallmarked to upper body, silver weight 146gr. Height 16.5 cm

Two boxed sets of six coffee spoons, 1906 Birmingham, with maker's marks for James & Crompton, Old English coffee spoons with scrolling bright cut decoration, and; 1936 Sheffield with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons, Old English coffee

A fine Edwardian sterling silver spirit kettle on stand, 1905 Sheffield, with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons Ltd, the tall kettle of tapering serpentine form, with pierced and bright cut Sheraton Revival decoration throughout, the arching handle with

An Edwardian sterling silver pierced pedestal basket, 1903 Sheffield, with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons, the heavy gauge basket profusely embellished with pierced motifs within spiral scrolled ribs and having leafy and shell form cast rims;

A fine sterling silver Adams style pedestal teapot, 1911 Sheffield, with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons, elegant and restrained, the tapering ovoid body with a convex collar and domed lid with pine cone finial, a timber 'C' scroll handle with an acan

A Victorian sterling silver jug, 1898 Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons, the ovoid compressed jug with a waisted collar, having a gadroon rim, strap form bracket handle, and profusely chased to the upper body with a deep border of

A large Victorian silver plated meat Cloche. Late 19th century, with marks for James Dixon & Sons with bugle and banner, the oval dome with a mesh frieze, having a cross over twig style handle. Height 28 cm. Length 44.5 cm. Width 34.5 cm

An Edwardian sterling silver two handled fruit, bowl, 1907 Sheffield, by James Dixon & Sons. Height 22 cm. Diameter 24.8 cm. Weight: 1110gms

A pair of Victorian Sheffield silver plate candlesticks 19th century, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons. The sticks with stiff leaf shaped capitals with removable floriform dishes above reed cluster pillars to stepped square bases with borde

A sterling silver gravy boat 1921/2 Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons. An elegant boat with a dentil border to the rim, a flying 'C' scroll handle with a floral embellishment and leafy thumbpiece, raised on three trifid fo

Two sterling silver toast racks 1895/6 Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons, and; 1934/5 Birmingham, for Marson & Jones. One of arched Gothic form, the other with arched and canted strapwork, both raised on scalloped bases and ha

An Edwardian sterling silver mug 1910/11 Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons. Atapering straight sided beaker with a cushion shaped 'C' form handle; gilt washed to the interior; hallmarked to the upper body. Silver weight 19

A James Dixon & Son four-piece silver-plate tea and coffee set, comprising tea and coffee pot, sugar and creamer

Victorian silver plated biscuit barrel by James Dixon (Sheffield), presentation engraving dated 1881, 14.5 cm high

A Victorian silver tray, Maker James Dixon & Sons Sheffield. 1897 Shell shape, pierced C scroll border.216gm, 26 cm wide

A Victorian silver tea service comprising a teapot, a milk jug and a sugar bowl. Each piece being boat shaped, raised on small balled feet, with fluted decoration. Maker: James Dixon & Son, Sheffield, 1891. Total weight 770gm.

22 piece silver cutlery. Including 6 sweet spoons, Sheffield 1963, James Dixon; 14 pce coffee set marked 800, incl. 6 each spoons & forks, jam spoon & butter knife; & two various souvenir spoons, for Hong Kong & Athens. Wt. 311g

A pair of Victorian boat shaped sterling silver dishes, 1897 Sheffield, with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons, the ornately pierced and embossed dishes of elongated quatrefoil design with undulating dipped rims with crimped edges and raised cur

Silver plated James Dixon & Sons meat dome & well having a well & tree platter with warming jacket, standing on four scrolled feet with trunk form handles, the cover with a gadrooned lid & a reeded border. condition good to fair, some dents

A James Dixon & Sons for Saunders of Sydney silver-plated jug

A James Dixon & Sons silver-plate three-bottle tantalus, chips to the rim of one bottle, and chips to the bottom of each stopper