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L0088: Sterling Silver Christening Mug

Hallmarked In 1838

Hallmarked in London, 1838, this beautiful Early Victorian Antique, Sterling Silver Christening Mug has floral and foliate chase work on the base and lower half, with an applied scroll acanthus handle. The mug measures 4"(10cm) high, 4"(10cm) handle to lip, 3"(7.5cm) in diameter and weighs 6 troy ounces.

£595

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b6769: Sterling Silver Snuff Boxes

Hallmarked In 1838

Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1838 by Nathaniel Mills, this Antique, Victorian, Sterling Silver Snuff Box is hansomely chased with scrolling flowers on a shaped body in a style typical of Nathaniel Mills. The snuff box has a gilt interior, is 3.4 inches (8.5cm) wide, 2.5 inches (5.5cm) deep, 1.25 inches (3cm) high and weighs 4.4 troy oz (135gm).

£895

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b2077: Sterling Silver Teapot

Hallmarked In 1838

Hallmarked in London, 1838 by Angel Bros. This striking, Victorian, Antique, Sterling Silver Teapot, is melon shaped, standing on four scroll feet, and featuring engraved decoration to the body and spout, and a silver handle with ivory breakers. The teapot measures 6.25 inches (16cm) tall, by 11 inches (28cm) from handle so spout, and weighs 21.1 troy ounces.

£1,495

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b2283: Sterling Silver Teapot

Hallmarked In 1838

Hallmarked in London, 1838 by John Tapley, this striking, Victorian, Antique, Sterling Silver Teapot, is in the melon shape, and features cast and applied feet, chased decoration around the spout and handle, and ivory breakers to the handle. The teapot measures 6 inches (15.5cm) tall, by 11 inches (28cm) from handle to spout, and weighs 24.8 troy ounces.

£1,495

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b8988: Sterling Silver Meat Dishes

Hallmarked In 1838

Hallmarked in London in 1838 and 1840 by Benjamin Smith, this Rare, Victorian, Antique, Sterling Silver Meat Dish and Matching Cover is shaped oval with broad fluting. The meat dish carries a date letter for 1840, is 24.5 inches (63cm) wide, 18.5 inches (47cm) deep, 1.5 inches (4cm) high and weighs 119 troy oz (3.7kg). The dome was hallmarked in 1838 is a perfect fit on the base and together they are 12 inches (30.5cm) tall. The meat dome itself weighs 101 troy oz (3.1kg) so together they weigh 220 troy oz (6.8kg).

£11,975

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