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A French silver wine Taster early 19th century, circular in form with a looped serpent handle, inscribed name to rim 'A. Vidal a Mareuge Ln. ', hallmarked J.P to underside, approximately 120 gms silver, 2 cm high, 10.5 cm total width

A sterling silver Tastevin - wine tasting cup 1976 London, the mark of Anthony Elson bowl diameter 8.8 cm, weight: 117gms

A sterling silver tastevin with embossed fluting and double snake loop handle, by John Henry Odell, London 1969, 11 wide, 95 grams

A small French silver tastevin embossed with dimples and beading, 19th century, maker?s mark 'Af', 8 cm wide, 21 grams

A French silver tastevin embossed with swirled flutes, beading and with engraved initials, 1798/1809, makers mark 'Ljt', 17 cm wide, 76 grams

A rare German silver double tastevin embossed with flutes and dimples, 19th century, maker's mark 'Svc', 17 cm wide opened, 136 grams

A sterling silver tastevin with embossed fluting and double snake loop handle by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Birmingham 1990, 9.5 wide, and another with fluting and dimples, 11 cm wide

A Spanish silver tastevin set with a Spanish Alfonso XII 1878 5 Pesetas within beading and fluting, 20th century, 11.5 cm, 85 grams

A French silver tastevin embossed with swirled fluting, dimples and beading, the handle engraved with script initials by J. Granvigne, 4 rue Beranger, Paris, late19th century/early 20th century, 11 wide,150 grams

A French silver tastevin embossed with swirled fluting, dimples and beading, with ring handle engraved 'Michelot Roux, Gye, Seine', 20 century, 11 wide, 116 grams

A French silver tastevin set with a French silver 1765 Louis XV Ecu du 6 Livres within embossed bunches of grapes and vines and beading, with double snake ring handle, 19th century, 11 cm wide, 120 grams

A sterling silver tastevin with double snake loop handle, Birmingham 1977, 11 wide, 74 grams

A George V Britannia standard silver tastevin with embossed flower heads, fruit and beading and two loop handles by Harry Freeman, London 1912, 12 cm wide, 62 grams

A French silver tastevin, embossed with dimples and beading, and double snake loop handle engraved 'Ch.M. 1791', 18th century, maker's mark 'Li, 12 wide, 98 grams

A French silver tastevin embossed with swirled fluting, dimples and beading, with ring handle engraved with initials, 19th century, 10.5 wide, 62 grams

A small French silver tastevin embossed with bunches of grapes, double snake handle and border with lettering 'Protege La France', 19th century, 7.8 cm wide, 29 grams

A French silver tastevin by Orfèvre Parrot, Paris, circa 1816 with embossed bunches of grapes and snake handle, 9 cm wide, 33 grams

A French silver tastevin with embossed ribbed and beaded bowl, Paris, circa 1793, 9.5 cm wide, 58 grams

A German silver circular tastevin embossed with pomegranates, fruit and beading, 19th century, 8 cm diameter, 34 grams

A Tiffany sterling silver porringer styled wine Taster, 20th century American, pattern number 385 and maker's marks for Tiffany & Co, the small porringer of bleeding bowl form with a pierced handle in the 17th century manner; marked underside and w

US Plymouth silver wine Taster. Marked to base 'Rosebud. Sterling', width 82 cm diameter 11 cm

A French silver tastevin set with a Louis XIV silver Ecu (1643-1715) by Alexandre Vaguer, Rue de Temple, Paris circa 1895. 11 cm wide, 95 grams

A 19th century European silver wine taster cup similar to above, snake handle, engraved encircling wine bunch frieze.

A 19th century Dutch silver wine taster cup, circular bold form with snake loop handle, an 1845 Dutch 1 guilder silver coin set to the base. 96gms. Diameter 8.5 cm

French Silver wine taster hallmarked with Minerve. Approx 50 grams. Approx 5.5 cm dia

Sterling silver Arts & Crafts three handled dish (possibly a tastevin) London 1903 - one handle repaired

A silver wine taster (tastevin), French, 19th century. 8.5 cm diameter.

Sterling silver wine taster cup, hallmarked Birmingham 1964, maker RWB Richard Woodman Burbridge, width 11 cm, height 3 cm, 82 grams approx.

French silver wine taster, late 17th century set with a Louis Xiiii half Ecu coin c1694.

A rare sterling silver Commonwealth wine taster, maker World War, London, 1652 of typical circular form, with fine stylized leaf motif throughout, scroll handles and intials Ml to the rim 61.2GM, 9 cm diameter

Continental silver wine taster and a hallmarked sterling silver dish dish with coin to interior, Birmingham, 1910. Weight 205g

Sterling silver wine taster with twig handle hallmarked London 1976

A silver wine taster with serpent ring handle, monogrammed, otherwise plain; Drm, London 1975. Diameter 8 cm. Weight 60g

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