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A PAIR OF SILVER HANAU DISHES, London import marks for 1901, mark of Georg Roth & Co. of navette form with twin scroll handles having human mask finials, the sides with cast and pierced...
AN IRISH PROVINCIAL SILVER MOUNTED COWRIE SHELL SNUFF BOX, by John Humphries of Cork, 1770, the base engraved with initials. 7.5cm long
A LATE 19TH CENTURY SILVER MOUNTED DECANTER AND STOPPER, Birmingham 1889, mark of Barker Brothers, finial and slender elongated baluster design. 35cm high; together with an Irish triple ring...
A SMALL COLLECTION OF SILVER including a pair of Art Deco tapering vases, a Georgian style sugar castor, a bachelors teapot, and a plain circular bowl
A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF SILVER, WHITE METAL AND PLATED CURIOS, including Chinese white metal brooch, condiments, coasters, apostle spoon, paper knife etc.
A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER TEAPOT, Dublin 1805, mark of Richard Sawyer, of circular form, the demi-fluted body applied with hinged lid and timber handle, with ropetwist rim and acorn finial, and...
A VICTORIAN SILVER PEAR SHAPED COFFEE POT, London 1896, mark of Joseph Williams & Co., with domed hinged lid, applied ebon finial and 'C' scroll handle, the body decorated in the Rococo Revival...
A GEORGE II IRISH SILVER CARD TRAY, Dublin probably c.1739, mark of Andrew Goodwin, of shaped circular form, with raised shell and scroll border, the central reserve profusely engraved with...
THREE GEORGE III IRISH SILVER BON BON DISHES, Dublin 1819, mark probably that of James Fray, in the form of urns, with gadrooned rims, the body embossed and chased with flowers, (c.591g). (3)
AN IRISH SILVER CREAMER AND SUGAR BOWL, Dublin 1977, mark of the Royal Irish Silver Company, each with embossed and chased floral decoration, the bases with sun burst design and raised on three...
A GEORGIAN REVIVAL SILVER BREAD BASKET, Chester 1911, mark of Barker Brothers, of oval form with serrated rim and pierced sides cut with vertical flutes, engraved with initial, (c.466g). 30cm wide
A NEAR PAIR OF GEORGE II SHAPED CIRCULAR SILVER CARD TRAYS, London 1754, mark of Dorothy Sarbitt, with raised shell and swag border, each engraved with individual crest and raised on three hoof...