Amazing: The making of a Silver Coffeepot in the 18th Century
A part of our Silver Collection
A pair of Dutch Silver Salts. the round openwork holders with colourless glass rest on three curved legs, each standing on a foot. The legs extend wide upwards and are adorned there with a leaf motif on a roughened background. Each leg carries a rectangular house with a rosette ona roughened grouns. The housings are attached to a gallery with interconnected oval sawn-open gallery that forms the top edge of the holder.
leaf garlands and portrait medallions are hung on this with rings
Amsterdam E= 1789
Dutch Lion, Yearletter
Makers Mark PVR in a Square=Peter van Reidt
Early 19th century Dutch silver teacaddy crowned by image of lying lion, resting on ball feet,
Makers mark: Johan Daniël Rosa
height 14 cm., 1st content, weight 350 grams
A pair of Victorian pierced silver navette shaped sweetmeat dishes, by Nathan & Hayes, hallmarked Birmingham 1895, with foliate swag motifs and cast scrolling and floral decorated feet, width 170mm, weight 11.4oz/357grms.
An Edwardian Silver two handled sauce turren on pedestal foot by William Aitken, hallmarked Birmingham 1901, of classical urn shaped form with two angular upswept handles and chased with flame leaf decoration to the top and to the base of the oval raised pedestal foot, width 230mm, weight 12.3oz/385grms.
Pair of Silver Candlelights
Makers mark: James Dixons & Sons
18th Century Silver Sugar Bowl with Handle
Makers Mark: Peter and Ann Bateman
Londons famoust silversmith family
A 18th Century Helmet Shaped Milk Jug on square Foot
Makers Mark rubbed
Edwardian Silver Bread/Fruit basket
32 cm (w) x, 638 gr.
Victorian Silver Sugarcaster
Makers: George Jackson & David Fullerton
21 cm (h), 225 gr
Adams style pierced pedestal sugar bowl with swing handle and original Bristol blue liner
Makers mark: Greorge Nathan & Ridley Hayes
Georgian Silver 6 slices Toastrack
Makers Mark: John Emes
17,3 cm (w), 259 gr.
Pair of tall Silver 5 light Candelabras