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Birmingham 1923 solid silver dressing table set comprising shoe horn and button hook, in the original case, by Lionel Smith and Co.
Birmingham 1923 English hallmarked solid silver lovely dressing table set of silver handled shoe horn and button hook by Lionel Smith and Co.
The handles are waisted in shape, with beaded edges accenting the shape on both sides, while the blades are steel. They are enclosed in the original fitted case having gilt clasps and satin and velvet interior.
Size-6.75 inches long. Shoehorn is 1.5 inches wide.
In very good condition.
These are both attractive to display and still functional to use.
Choose from our selection of several silver handled shoe horns and button hooks listed, and sold separately as well.
Ref: 5722
Price: £95

Lovely Waterford pair of Irish cut glass Lismore champagne flutes.
A beautiful pair of Waterford fine quality 20th century Irish crystal champagne flutes in the Lismore pattern. This pattern is the oldest and most iconic of Waterford patterns, and has very light catching cuts to the glass body, stem, and star cut base.
Waterford is heavy and very recognizable for its fine quality, clarity, and superb glass cutting.
Size-7 3/8 inches tall by 2 5/8 inches diameter.
Weight-535 grams total.
Perfect to either add to a collection, as a romantic present for two people, or perhaps to give as a gift for any special occasion with a bottle of bubbly.
Ref: 6028
Price: £95

London 1905 lovely tortoiseshell and solid silver inlaid hair brush by famous maker William Comyns.
London 1905 English hallmarked solid silver and tortoiseshell hairbrush by famous maker William Comyns, renowned maker of such luxury items, which were retailed by Tiffany and other celebrated retailers.
With a leafy gadrooned border, interlinked bands on the edges and intricate solid silver pique inlay including musical trophies and harebells, this is a special piece. The tortoiseshell has wonderful dark and blonde colour, and lovely patina, and is even found on the underside of the hairbrush, a touch only found on the finest pieces.
This is part of a large dressing table set acquired, which includes a large hand mirror, two hairbrushes, two clothes brushes and a comb, if more pieces are desired. See listings.
Size-10.25 inches long by 3.5 inches wide.
Weight-175 grams.
A beautiful piece to use or display, or to give as a great antique gift, made by a superior maker.
In very good condition.
Ref: 6195
Price: £95

19th century French solid silver very good quality serving spoon by Henri Soufflot.
Late 19th century French hallmarked solid silver .950 fine serving or table spoon made by Henri Soufflot of Paris. He was a manufacturer/jeweller who used this rising sun maker's mark from 1884-1910.
This heavy spoon is first standard French sterling silver at .950 fine, which is a higher silver content than English sterling silver, and bears the appropriate crisp Minerva head mark as well as clear maker's mark in the bowl.
Size-8 inches long by 1.75 inches wide.
Weight-very heavy at 72 grams
With ornate scrolled initials on the reverse side of the stem, perhaps an M superimposed over an R, this wide stemmed and heavy gauged spoon with simple design is in very good condition.
Excellent for serving food, this will blend with any pattern, and would make a lovely yet practical gift to give for a Christening or any special occasion.
Ref: 6165
Price: £89

Birmingham 1912 solid silver engraved and curved vesta or matchsafe in excellent condition.
Birmingham 1912 English hallmarked solid silver engraved and curved vesta or matchsafe with line engraving, by William Hair Haseler, and with match strike to lower edge.
William H. Haseler were the manufacturers for the London firm Liberty & Company. Liberty insisted on anonymity for its designers.
Vesta cases are airtight cases made to contain short friction matches and keep them safe and dry. They were made in many materials, and some in precious metals like this one, usually with gilt linings, to protect against corrosion from the match heads. They were widely made and used from 1890-1920. Many had a loop attached, like this one, to attach to an Albert chain. Now, they are very collectable and interesting small antique silver items.
This shape, with curved back, was meant to fit comfortably into a vest pocket, curving into the body.
Weight- 25 grams.
Size- 1.5 inches by 1.5 inches.
With tight hinge closure, good weight and very clear hallmarks.
With just some very light surface scratching, this is in very good condition.
Ref: 4298
Price: £88

Sheffield 1916 and 1921 solid silver childs or Christening set.
Sheffield 1916 and 1921 English hallmarked silver silver child's perfectly matching fork and spoon or Christening service, with ribbon edged pointed stems.
Made by Cooper Brothers and Sons, very good makers, these must have been given to a child five years apart, perhaps at Christening and then at a 5th birthday.
Size-6 inches long each.
Weight-70 grams.
Considering the value of just the scrap weight of this pair, this is a wonderful value, as silver prices continue to soar.
In the identical pattern and by the same maker, they are a lovely set in very good condition.
This would be an excellent gift for a Christening, baby gift, or birthday for a child, that the recipient can keep and use all their lives.

Ref: 318
Price: £85

19th century Victorian fine quality silver plate Christening set by Thomas Harwood and Co.
Victorian fine quality heavy gauge silver plate Christening or child's cutlery set made by Thomas Harwood and Co., and complete with the original fitted case.
The stems are finely engraved with grapes and vines, and are fitted into the original Victorian leather case with silk and velvet interior.
The name Alice is engraved into the cartouche.
Size-6 inches long by 1.25 inches wide. Case is 8 inches long by 3 inches wide by 1.25 inches deep.
Weight-175 grams total with case.
Appearing to never have been used, this is a lovely set in very good condition.
Ref: 5844
Price: £85

1927 registered, Elkington silver plate unusual small mirror plateau.
Very unusual silver plate small mirrored plateau stand made by Elkington Company, famous makers of silver plate, in 1927. Elkington is one of the few plate manufacturers that uses an annual dating system, just like the hallmark system.
The stand is bevelled on the sides, tapering from top to bottom, and has a leaf design on bands to top and bottom. The original mirror has some silvered spots.
The base is mahogany.
Size-3.5 inches diameter by 1.25 inches high. The interior mirror area measures 2 3/8 inches diameter.
Weight-145 grams.
There are some very minor signs of plate wear.
This is a really lovely and unusual piece which could be used to display and complement a glass or silver collectable, or to display a piece of jewellery perhaps.
In very good overall condition, and made by most famous maker.
Ref: 5859
Price: £85

London 1842 solid silver large pair of salt spoons in the fiddle pattern made by Daniel Pontiflex.
London 1842 English hallmarked solid silver pair of large salt spoons by Daniel Pontiflex, in the fiddle pattern.
Size-4 1/8 inches long by 1 1/8 inches wide.
Weight-30 grams.
A large elegant pair of salt spoons in very good condition with very clear hallmarks.
We have many other single, pairs and other salt spoons in stock. Please see listings or contact us with your requirements.

Ref: 4026
Price: £85

20th century vintage silver plate and mother of pearl cigar cutter.
20th century vintage silver plate and mother of pearl large table sized cigar cutter.
Lustrous mother of pearl, and silver plate, make this a great gift for the cigar enthusiast.
Size-5.25 inches by 1 inch by 5/8 inches.
In very good condition.
Ref: 5176
Price: £85

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