GEORGE V SILVER MODELS

I.Franks is pleased to offer a fine range of antique sterling silver Models from the George V period. All of our antique, George V silver Models 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 George V Models to see a larger picture.

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L1095: Sterling Silver Pair Of Dogs

Hallmarked In 1929

Hallmarked in London in 1929 by Blackmore & Fletcher Ltd. This handsome Pair of Sterling Silver Hound Dogs stand proudly on a wooden plinth, and comprise a female and male dog, which is rare to see. The plinth bears an engraved plaque which reads: "To Major T. H. Sebag-Montefiore, D. S. O., M. C, R. H. A. - M. D. H. - From members of the Royal Artillery Drag Woolwich - 1927 -29". The model measures 6.25"(16cm) tall, by 8"(20cm) wide, by 4.25"(11cm) deep.

£1,975

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b3103: Sterling Silver Models

Hallmarked In 1919

Hallmarked in London in 1919 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., this Sterling Silver Model of a Field Gun is particularly well crafted, with fine attention to detail. The model measures 9.5 inches (24cm) wide, 5 inches (12.5cm) deep and 6 inches (15cm) tall, and carries a presentation inscription on the plinth which reads "2nd Liuet. Ernest George Kentish R.H.A - From the Officers, Non Commissioned Officers and Men of "V" Battery R.H.A - For service as B.S.M. from 19.8.15 to 27.12.17".

£4,675

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b1283: Sterling Silver Nef

Hallmarked In 1925

This superb example of a Sterling Silver Nef carries import marks for London, 1925 by Thomas Callow & Son. Nefs are extravagant table ornaments and containers made of precious metals in the shape of a ship. First recorded in France as early as 1239, this example is a particularly fine, hand chased, early 20th century reproduction of the 16th century style of Nef. Very elaborate and depicting a fully crewed Galleon at sail with canons ready to fire, the ship rests on 4 wheels to allow it to “sail” around the table. The top of the ship lifts off to reveal an empty hull. Traditionally this compartment could hold salt or spices (the latter being very expensive in the Middle Ages). Today it would make a handy place to store an extra bottle of wine for emergencies! The nef measures 32"(81cm) long, 27.5"(70cm) tall and 5.5"(13cm) wide, with a weight of 124.7 troy ounces.

£26,750

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