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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This dinner table accessory was originally made and used during the Victorian period to scoop crumbs from the dining table before the dessert course, and can still be used for that purpose.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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GARRARD & CO. 20thC beautiful silver plate serving trowel with turned wood handle.
20th century silver plate large serving trowel with turned wood handle by famous makers Garrard and Co. of Regent St. London.
With elegantly shaped blade and cast acanthus leaf silver plate and turned wood handle, it is a large and impressive piece.
Perfect to serve cake, pies and pastries in style, at a fraction of the price of solid silver.
Size-12 inches long by 4 5/8 inches wide.
With just one small area of slight plate wear, it is in very good condition overall.
What an impressive piece for the dining table, and made by renowned makers!
Many solid silver trowels are also in stock, if desired. Please enquire, as only one is listed.
Ref: 5468
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Lovely Victorian pair of silver plate spoons.
Registered for 1897, a very attractive Victorian pair of heavy gauged silver plate spoons with repousse foliate band to oval bowl interior, as well as foliate and leafy design to shaped stems. They are contained in the original case having a striking interior.
Marked with makers marks for Charles James Allen and Sidney Darwin of Sheffield, England.
Also marked with British registration number 299656 for the year 1897.
Size-6 inches long by 1 5/8 inches wide.
Weight-75 grams spoons only, 205 grams with case.
The spoons are of a heavy gauge, and lovely shape, and are very suitable for jams, preserves, relishes and sauces.
A pretty pair, with great case, and in very good condition.
Ref: 6057
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Late 19th century silver plate large shell butter dish with scroll handle and integrated butter knife rack by James Deakin and Sons, very good makers.
Circa 1890 silver plate large shell butter dish with frosted liner and stylish split scroll and ball handle having an integrated stand for the included silver plated butter knife. Very clever and unusual.
The whole stands on ball feet, and was made by James Deakin and Sons of Sheffield, very good makers.
Also useful for caviar, pickles and olives, where a fork or spoon could be held in the stand holder instead.
The shell can also be used either with or without the liner (see photo).
Size-6 inches long by 5.5 inches wide by 3 inches high.
Weight-325 grams.
The liner has some edge nicks, mainly to the underside, which are not very visible from the top side.
A very stylish, unusual, and very good quality butter dish in overall good condition.
Many additional knives in solid silver and silver plate, and bread and pickle forks and spoons are in stock if desired to be used with this dish for multiple purposes.
Ref: 5775
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Registered 1936 large silver plate with carved ivorine handle bread fork.
With registration mark for 1936, a large silver plate and carved ivorine handle bread fork.
Now used for serving cold meat, cheese, and other foods, this is a lovely and very functional piece.
The carved ivorine handle has the square with stepped down rounded corners geometric style evocative of the Art Deco period, while the silver plate has simple curved tines and a turned shaft.
Size-9.75 inches long by 1.25 inches wide.
A lovely fork in very good condition.
Ref: 5504
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19thC Victorian engraved silver plate and mother of pearl handled fork and knife by HARRY ATKIN.
19th century Victorian fork and knife by famous maker Henry Atkin with beautifully engraved silverplate blades, and wonderful carved mother of pearl handles.
In very good condition, seeming to have seen little use in their lifetime.
Knife is 7.75 inches long, and fork is 6.6 inches long.
A lovely pair, which would be great to give as a Christening gift or to use for serving food and relishes.
Ref: 1045
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19thC WMF cranberry glass and silver plate bowl with handle.
19th century WMF silver plate bowl with handle, standing on pedestal, with striking cranberry glass liner.
WMF is the name for Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik, an important and very collectable German silver plate firm, which was active in Germany, London, Warsaw and Vienna in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
5.5 inches wide by 6 inches high.
Very nice pierced work, beading and fluting to bowl, makes it very decorative, while the cranberry glass is eye catching.
A very functional bowl for sweets or nuts, sauces or sugar, in very good condition.

Ref: 4063
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20thC excellent quality heavy silver plate tankard, made by Charles S. Green and Co.
20th century excellent quality silver plate tankard with c scroll handle and reeded engraving to tapering body. Made by Charles S. Green and Co. of Birmingham.
Very heavy at 405 grams.
Size-4.75 inches wide with handle by 4.75 inches high by 2.75 inches top diameter, by 4 inch bottom diameter.
In very good condition.
Ref: 4619
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19th century Victorian silver plate scissor action serving tongs.
19th century Victorian scissor action serving tongs with foliate and scroll pattern.
A very functional and pretty pair of servers. Very useful for bread, cake, tea sandwiches or whatever you like.
One blade is pierced, larger and more curved than the other. Both blades have pointed ends.
Size-7.75 inches long by 1.75 inches wide.
In very good condition with some slight wear spots to the inside of the blades.
Ref: 4354
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1940 set of aesthetic silverplate teaspoons in original case.
With registered marks for 1940, a set of 6 aesthetic design English silverplate teaspoons in original fitted case, in mint condition, appearing to never have been used.
5.25 inches long.
Ref: 4510
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