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SILVER PLATE
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1917 cased Potosi Silver Co. silver plate dessert set in the original case.
Marked with registration mark for 1917, a set of 6 pairs, or 6 forks and 6 knives for dessert or fruit in the original fitted case, retailed by Wainwright of Liverpool.
Made by Potosi Silver Co. of Birmingham, this well crafted set is also useful for cheese, and has a very good weight.
This is a wonderful versatile service, great to keep or to give as a gift, which will be sure to be appreciated.
Size of knife 5.5 inches long, and fork 5.25 inches.
In very good condition.
Ref: 1016
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Victorian with registration mark for 1901, wonderful Art Nouveau silver plate period cake knife/slice.
Victorian wonderful Art Nouveau period silver plate cake knife/slice of high quality, with registration mark for 1901. Very heavy example with beautiful flowing lines to both blade and handle.
A very elegant representation of the period.
Size-11.25 inches long by 1 5/8 inches wide by 7/8 inches thick.
Weight- 165 grams.
A beautiful and practical knife in a rarely found style, which would make a great gift for a wedding or anniversary, or a treat for yourself.
In very good condition.
Ref: 5367
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1843 marked Elkington silver plate large pierced slice.
Marked for 1843 with their unique marking system, this is a generous pierced and shaped slice made by Elkington and Co., famous makers, credited with discovering the best silver plating process.
This slice has lovely piercings to the blade and a fiddle pattern stem.
There is minimal rubbing to the plate.
Size-13 inches long by 3 inches wide.
Weight-160 grams.
A great slice to use for serving fish, cake and desserts, in good condition.
Ref: 6073
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Turn of the 19th/20th century silver plate complete set of tea cutlery in the rare Onslow pattern.
Unusual and complete 9 piece silver plate set of tea or coffee cutlery in the rare and graceful Onslow pattern, comprising a set of 6 spoons, butter knife, preserve spoon, and sugar tongs, fitted into the original case (non working catches).
Size-Spoons, 4.75 inches long, butter knife 5.75 inches long, sugar tongs 4 3/8 inches long, and preserve spoon 5 inches long.
Weight-450 grams total in case.
In very good condition, this is a lovely and very functional set.
Ref: 5847
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Circa 1915 unusual square shaped silver plate salver by very good maker Thomas Bradbury and Sons.
Circa 1915 very unusual and heavy square silver plate salver or tray by Thomas Bradbury and Sons, very good maker.
This heavy gauged tray has an elegant shaped edge, and stands on hoof feet.
Size-10 inches square by 1 inch high.
In very good condition, with a few scuffs and marks of use, this is an excellent and beautifully shaped tray for serving food or drinks.
Ref: 5672
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19thC engraved vesta or matchsafe with unusual jade shamrock inserts.
19th century unmarked engraved silverplate vesta matchsafe with unusual jade shamrock inserts. Remnants of original gilt to interior. Match strike to lower edge. The hinged closure is tight and secure.
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.
Size-1.75 inches by 1.4 inches.
This is a lovely and very unusual example in generally very good condition, with a few marks of use, mainly on the back.
Ref: 4744
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19thC pair of very good quality pierced silverplate fish servers in original case.
19th century very good quality pair of fish servers in original case comprising a knife with foliate pierced blade , and a fork with pierced heel. Both have lovely solid engraved handles designed as buds emerging from bloom.
In original fitted case, which is quite scuffed to exterior.
Still used to serve fish, but they are now also often used for serving cake and pie, and the fork for meat.
A unusually lovely and versatile pair in very good condition.
Ref: 0007
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Registered for 1933 lovely large silver plate cased pair of servers made by Charles J. Allen of Sheffield.
With registration marks for 1933, a lovely large excellent quality pair of cased spoon and fork servers in the original fitted case, by Charles J. Allen of Sheffield.
Beautifully shaped edges and Art Deco geometric stems enhance these pieces, and they are fitted into the original silk and velvet lined leather case, and retailed by jewellers J. R. and W. Laing of Glasgow, Scotland.
Size-Spoon, 9.25 inches long by 2.75 inches wide, fork, 8 7/8 inches by 2 1.8 inches. Case, 10 5/8 inches long by 5.5 inches wide.
Weight-170 grams cutlery only, 535 grams with case.
Very lovely and functional pieces to use yourself or to give as a gift, for serving any food.
In very good condition.
Ref: 5845
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Early 20th century silver plate twin handled entree dish.
Very nice early 20th century generous sized rectangular silver plate entree dish possibly made by Hammond and Creake. With cast beaded trim, and twin handles, this makes one covered entree dish or two open dishes, as when separated, the decoration continues on the inside as well.
Size-11.75 inches long by 8.25 inches wide by 3.25 inches high.
In very good condition, this is a very attractive and functional piece to use to serve food from your table or sideboard during the festive season, or any time of year.
Ref: 5816
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Sheffield 1921 solid silver and ivory handled crumb scoop with silverplate blade.
Sheffield 1921 English hallmarked solid silver and ivory handled crumb scoop with silver plate blade.
This dinner table accessory was originally made and used during the Victorian period to scoop crumbs from the dining table before the dessert course, and can still be used for that purpose. How impressive it would be to use for a dinner party, or for use at a fine restaurant! Now also used by some for fish, serving shellfish, slicing and serving sheet cake, etc.
Size-12.25 inches long.
In very good condition, with no damage to the ivory handle, this is a great example of the formal dining period started by the Victorians.
This makes a great gift for the collector, as they are no longer made.
Also see listed solid silver crumb scoop.
Ref: 4462
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