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Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1876 by Elkington & Co., this pretty and ornate pair of Antique, Victorian, Sterling Silver Grape Shears have fine decoration on both sides and the original gilding. The grape shears are 7.5" (19cm) long and weigh 3.25 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1879
Hallmarked in London in 1879 by John Brashier, this Antique, Victorian, Sterling Silver Childs Set is in exceptional condition. The beaker is hallmarked in London in 1879 by John Brashier and the three piece cutlery set matches exactly and was hallmarked in Sheffield in 1876 by Henry Wilkinson. The beaker is 3 inches (7.5cm) high the knife is 7.5 inches (19cm) long and the other pieces are in proportion. The set looks as though it has never been out of the box it came in and the condition of the box itself is exceptional. Without the knife which has a loaded handle the beaker, spoon and fork weigh 4.3 troy oz (115gm).
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Made in Birmingham in 1876 by Elkington & Co. and designed by Lionard Morel-Ladeiul (1820-1888), this Victorian electroplated and damascened plaque is titled 'A Pompeian Lady at her Toilet’. The wall charger is of circular form depicting a lady reclining on a couch attended by three handmaidens with a garden beyond all within elaborately decorated and gilt heightened borders. The charger is signed and dated Morel-Ladeuil inv.e.fecit 1876 to the front, with the reverse marked with a registration lozenge and a further Elkington mark, and inscribed 'REGISTRIRT IN DEN OESTERREICHISCHEN KAISERSTATEN, ZAHL 10 297, REGISTRIRT IM DEUTSCHEN REICH NO.27, BD.I.BL 114, and DEPOSE EN FRANCE DESIGN COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES NOV IX, 76. This impressive shield measures 20"(51cm) in diameter. Versions of this plaque also form part of the collections of The National Museum of Scotland, The Victoria and Albert Museum, The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh and The New Orleans Museum of Art.
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Hallmarked in London in 1876 by H. Lambert, this attractive antique Victorian Sterling Silver salver has a shaped shell and scroll border, sits on three scroll feet and has a central armorial. The antique salver has a diameter of 13" (33cm), is 1.4" (3.5cm) high and weighs 33.5 troy oz.
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Hallmarked in London, 1876 by Martin Hall & Co. This stylish, Victorian, Antique, Sterling Silver Rose Bowl is shaped like a wicker basket, and features a removable liner and grill top. The rose bowl measures 8 inches (20cm) tall, by 6 inches (15cm) wide, by 4.75 inches (12cm) deep, and weighs 15.9 troy ounces (495g) without the liner and grill.
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Hallmarked in Sheffield, 1876 by Roberts & Belk, this very attractive, Victorian, Antique, Sterling Silver Three piece Tea Set, features wonderful engraved decoration throughout, egg and dart borders, and half fluting. The teapot measures 9.25 inches (23.5cm) tall, by 11 inches (28cm) from handle to spout, the cream jug measures 7.5 inches (19cm) tall, by 4.25 inches (11cm) from handle to lip, and the sugar bowl measures 6.25 inches (16cm) tall, by 8.25 inches (21cm) from handle to handle. The three pieces together weigh 52.3 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in London, 1876 by Stephen Smith, this wonderful, Victorian, antique silver epergne, features a circular glass dish, and trumpet shaped glass vase, ornate chasing around the body and cast and applied acanthus detailed feet. The epergne measures 21 inches (53cm) tall, by 10.75 inches (27cm) in diameter.
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Hallmarked in London, 1876 by Martin Hall & Co. This ornate, four piece, antique silver tea set, features wondeful chased decoration on the body, lid and spout, and pineapple finials on the coffee pot and tea pot (see additional images). The coffee pot measures 11 inches (28cm) tall.
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Hallmarked in London in 1876 by Robert Hennell III, this wonderful, Victorian, Antique, Sterling Silver Centrepiece, was originally the Warwick Cup race trophy, and stands on a wooden plinth with a beaded band and engraved presentation inscription. The front of the trophy is beautifully chased with a scene depicting Warwick castle, and the other side of the trophy is engraved with the coat of arms for Lord Edward Heneage, the 1st Baron Heneage. The centrepiece measures 31"(80cm) tall, by 21"(54cm) wide, by 16"(41cm) deep, and the silver weighs 168 troy ounces. The presentation inscription reads "Warwick September Meeting - 1876 - The Warwick Cup - Won by - Mr Heneage's 'Freeman'"
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