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I.Franks is pleased to offer a fine range of antique sterling silver Animals from the Edwardian period. All of our antique, Edwardian silver Animals can be purchased online, or from our shop in the London Silver Vaults and come with a certificate of authenticity, guaranteed by our membership of LAPADA. Please click on an image of any of the Edwardian Animals to see a larger picture.
Hallmarked In 1907
Hallmarked in London in 1907 by Sydney & Co., this collectible, Antique Sterling Silver Pincushion, is in the the rare form of a frog. The pincushion measures 1"(2.5cm) tall, by 2.25"(6cm) wide, by 1.75"(4.5cm) deep.
£695ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1906
Hallmarked in London in 1906 by J. C. Vickery, this delightful, Edwardian, Antique Sterling Silver Paperweight, is modelled as a Cairn Terrier standing on a plain weighted base. The paperweight measures 4"(10cm) tall, by 3.25"(8.5cm) in diameter.
£975SOLD! 2020-09-28 MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1906
Hallmarked in Edinburgh in 1906 by Brook & Son, this captivating, Edwardian, Antique Sterling Silver Puffin Model, stands on a jagged rock, and is realistically cast. The model measures 6.25"(16cm) tall, by 3.5"(9cm) wide and deep and weighs 15.1 troy ounces.
£2,245ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1903
Carrying import marks for Chester in 1903 and 1909 by Berthold Muller, this large and impressive pair of Antique Sterling Silver Cockerels, are realistically modelled and feature removable heads. Almost life size, the cockerels measure 15"(38cm) tall, by 13.5"(34cm) from beak to tail. The pair together weigh 97.9 troy ounces.
£14,750ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1909
Hallmarked in London in 1909 by Richard Hodd & Son, this incredibly rare, Edwardian Antique Sterling Silver Claret Jug, is in the form of a monkey, realistically posed and with glass eyes. The claret jug measures 11.5"(29cm) tall, by 8"(20cm) from handle to mouth. Animal shaped claret jugs became popular amongst the aristocracy in the Victorian period due to the expanding trade and travel at the time, which broadened peoples interest in the exotic and whimsical. These jugs were made rarely, to order, and by hand. There have been some noteworthy collectors of animal shaped jugs, including Her Majesty the Queen Mother, and the famous Kent collection of claret jugs.
£33,750ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
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