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William IV sterling silver two handled prize cup thistle shaped, the detachable lid with floral finial and scroll and foliate rim, the body with engraved presentation inscription to Henry Oates, the handles formed as Neptune emanating from the waves, with

Sterling silver basting spoon London 1868 maker George Angell

A Victorian sterling silver octagonal Christening mug by Joseph Angell, London 1863, 10 cm high, 130 grams

A large George IV sterling silver shaped circular salver by Joseph Angell, London 1825, 81 cm diameter, approximately 5,600 grams

A quality William IV silver spinster's tea pot, elegant baluster form, heavily scroll floral and leaf embossed, the pedestal foot with everted acanthus leaves, sculpted floral hinge lid finial, ivory heat rings, crested. London 1836 by Joseph Angell I

Victorian four piece sterling silver tea & coffee set of Aesthetic design, octagonal baluster shape with engraved panels and crest on stylised scroll feet, London, 1848, makers Joseph Angell I & Joseph Angel II, bases engraved for retailer, J Mayer

Fine quality George III sterling silver three piece teaset stemmed squat circular shape, decorated in relief with cherubs and florals, gilded interiors, the pot with ivory handle, the sugar and cream with mask and acanthus leaf handles, London, 1816, maker

A Joseph Angell hallmarked sterling silver Christening mug, London 1823, Un engraved cartouche, 210 grams

Three Georgian and Victorian sterling silver various pattern sugar tongs, 1. Bright cut London c. 1790. 2. George Angell London 1860. 3. Fiddle pattern 1892. Total weight 168g, Longest 15.5 cm

English hallmarked sterling silver George IV teapot having a baluster body with hand-chased half fluting, two heart shaped cartouches with one monogrammed 'Gj', an applied gadroon & shell border, reeded insulated handle with acanthus thumb rest

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 Victorian silver creamer, George Angell / London / 1853, compressed circular, with heavily embossed floriate decoration beneath an oversized fluted spout and a scrolled handle, approximately 280 gms, 13.5 cm high

A Victorian four piece sterling silver tea service by Joseph Angell, London, 1851. 2.3kg

William IV sterling silver teapot, hallmarked London 1834 (Joseph Angell I & John Angell I), 29 cm wide, 708 grams approx

A William IV sterling silver fluted mug by John & Joseph Angell, London 1830. 8 cm high, 125grams

English hallmarked sterling silver William IV salver with gadrooned egding & standing on three feet. London, 1830, maker Jospeh Angell I & John Angell I. Condition good, minor tarnishing. Diameter 30.5 cm. Weight 943g

A Victorian sterling silver four-piece tea and coffee service by John Angell II and George Angell, London, 1841, the coffee pot 24 cm high, 2460grams total weight

A large silver footed teapot of scalloped design by Joseph Angell I & John Angell II, London, 1836

Victorian English sterling silver cutlery service London, 1865 and 1866 fiddle pattern cutlery service, setting for twelve together with twenty-four sterling silver knives, mixed makers, among them Walker & Hall, George Angell, Josh & Albert Savory, Hyam H

Victorian sterling Silver sifting spoon hallmarked London 1872,by maker George Angell, 33grams approx

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian pair of bottle coasters with a pierced gallery, shell & floral detail, etched floral base & weighted timber bases. London, 1844, maker Joseph Angell I & Joseph Angell II. Diameter 14 cm

A William IV sterling silver teapot Joseph & John Angell I London 1832. Height 10 cm. Width 23.5 cm

George II hallmarked sterling silver mustard pot & spoon. Mustard pot, London 1757, makers Joseph & John Angell; & spoon, London 1849, maker Charles Boyton. Provenance: Private Collection, ACT. Weight 174g (mustard pot)

A Victorian silver tea service maker George Angell London 1855, comprising a teapot, water jug, creamer foliate chased and embossed decoration, raised on a circular base. 2297gm. Water jug 28.5 cm high. Teapot 15 cm high.

A Victorian silver swing-handle bread basket, Joseph Angell sen & Joseph Angell jun, London 1846 of circular form with a foliate scrolled border and handle, the interior with arabesque engraved panels raised on a shaped circular foot, diameter 33 cm, weigh

A Victorian four piece sterling silver tea and coffee service, maker's mark George Angell / London /, circa 1858-1859, comprising a coffee pot, a tea pot, a sugar vessel and a creamer, each with a faceted body, 2792grs total weight. The coffee pot 31 cm hi

Joseph Angell, London, 1819 George III sterling silver sugar basin and cream jug part fluted rectangular bulbous form, with cast leaf rim, gilded interiors, each on four paw feet (2). Total weight 589 grams

A Victorian sterling silver toddy ladle the small bowl with a twisted horn handle. George Angell, London 1862. Length 19 cm

Two Victorian hallmarked sterling silver jugs, including London 1856, maker Joseph Angell, embossed with scene with house; and London 1844, maker Charles Reilly and Geo. Storer, embossed with blossoms. Both monogrammed and converted from mugs. Height 10 cm

Antique set of 6 sterling silver 'Old English' tea spoons by George Angell. London 1874

Victorian sterling silver sauce ladle by George Angell, London 1850

A good set of Victorian sterling silver cutlery, Queen's pattern comprising twelve each of table forks spoons desert forks and spoons teaspoons. Plus twelve matching table and desert knives 1922. Maker George Angell London 1845-1867. Eighty four pieces tot

A Victorian lidded wine jug, maker R & H, Sheffield 1852, of pear shape with flared lip and bird and foliate finial, hinged double scroll handle, engraved and embossed foliate and 'C' scroll decoration, presentation inscription together with and a William

A Victorian 'Cellini' wine jug, George fox, London 1875, of classical Renaissance revival ewer form, chased throughout with strapwork, mask heads, arabesques, animals and foliage against a matt ground, a sculptural caryatid scroll handle, engraved crest, r

A Georgian sterling silver toast rack, circa 1819, London, Joseph Angell I, set with foliate handle above a six section rack with lower foliate border standing on claw feet. Height 14 cm. Weight 501gr

A Victorian silver 'Wickerwork' egg cruet basket, by Robert Hennell, London 1866, oval form with swing-handle, lacking the eggs cups, together with 6 egg spoons, by Francis Higgins, London 1866, a pair of Victorian silver salt cellars, Edinburgh 1837, with

A sterling silver rococo styled jug London, 1847. Makers mark, 'J.A. & G.A.' possibly for George Angell and Joseph Angell height: 16 cm

A pair of Victorian silver salts. George Angell London 1858, each with circular border with C scroll decoration on three paw feet. Height 8 cm

A Victorian boxed set of twelve teaspoons and matching tongs in sterling silver by Geo. Angell. Double struck bead and fine feather edged pattern, engraved initials. London 1874

A sterling silver 2nd Maori Wars presentation chalice decorated with embossed and repousse floral swags linked to three classical masks and with beading to the stem and foot. Presentation engraved 'To John Chandler from Capt Francis W Sullivan Rn.Cb in Rem

A Georgian silver coaster with silver base, London 1824 maker John Angell 16 cm diameter 5 cm high