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Hallmarked in London in 1909 by Charles Stuart Harris, this Antique, Edwardian, Sterling Silver Basket is shaped oval with piercing typical of the George II period with a gadroon border detailing and handle. The sweetmeat basket is 6 inches (15.5cm) wide, 5 inches (13cm) deep, 5.75 inches (13.5cm) tall with the handle upright and weighs 5.5 troy oz (170gm).
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Hallmarked in Birmingham, 1909 by John Grinsell & Sons, this handsome, antique silver ice bucket, features a wooden body, ceramic lining, and silver bottom, top, lid, handle and vacant cartouche. The ice bucket measures 6 inches (15.5cm) tall, by 5.75 inches (14.5cm) in diameter.
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Hallmarked in London in 1909 by W. H. Haseler, this good looking Antique, Edwardian, Sterling Silver Bell has a baluster ivory handle and plain body with reed banding around the base. This thickset bell measures 6"(15cm) high, with a diameter of 3.75"(7cm) and weighs 4.4 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in London in 1909 by Charles Stuart Harris, this Antique, Edwardian, Sterling Silver Basket is in the George II style with rope borders and a twisted loop swing handle. The basket is shaped oval and is 11.75 inches (29.5cm) wide, 9.5 inches (24.5cm) deep, 9.5 inches (24.5cm) tall to the top of the handle and weighs 23 troy oz (715gms)
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Hallmarked in London, 1909 by John Batson & Sons, this very handsome, antique silver table mirror, is very plain in style, and features the original felt backing. The mirror measures 15.5 inches (39.5cm) tall, by 11.5 inches (29cm) wide.
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Hallmarked in Sheffield, 1909 by Mappin & Webb, this handsome, Sterling Silver fish set, comprises twelve pairs of fish eaters in 'Rattail' pattern. The fish set comes in its original box which measures 15 inches (38cm) wide, by 11 inches (28cm) deep, and each knife measures 8 inches (20cm) in length.
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Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1909 by Liberty & Co. This exquisite Edwardian, Antique, Sterling Silver Teapot is in the Arts & Crafts style. It has been embellished with two bands of enamel and an enamelled finial in the classic Liberty blue and green colour way. The teapot measures 8"(20cm) handle to spout, by 5"(12.5cm) in diameter, by 2.5"(6.5cm) tall, and weighs 10 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in Sheffield, 1909 by C. C. Pilling, this striking, antique Sterling Silver bowl, stands on a pedestal foot, and features ornate shell, acanthus and scroll decorated borders. The bowl measures 6.25 inches (16cm) tall, by 16 inches (40.5cm) in width, by 11.5 inches (29cm) in depth, and weighs 42.4 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in London, 1909 by West & Son, this pretty, Edwardian Antique, Sterling Silver Dish Ring has lattice pierce work, featuring chinoiserie figures and flowers, with a gadroon border. There is a blue glass liner. The dish ring is 4"(10cm) high, with a diameter of 7"(18cm). The silver weight is 11.8 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in London in 1909 by Manoha Rhodes, this stylish, Edwardian, Antique, Sterling Silver Rose Bowl, is plain in shape, and stands on four geometrical legs, with a mesh wire top. The bowl has a diameter of 9"(23cm), a height of 5.5"(14cm) and weighs 35.2 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in London, 1909 by Sebastian Garrard, this fine pair of Edwardian Antique, Sterling Silver Entree Dishes have curved edges and gadroon borders. There is a lion crest on either side of the covers. The gadroon and reed finials are removable allowing the lid to be used as a separate serving dish and makes for easier storage. The base dishes measure 11" x 9.25" (28cm x 23cm) and the covers are 8.75" x 10" (22cm x 25cm). The height, with the cover on, is 3"(7.5cm). Together, this pair of entree dishes weigh 108 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1906
Hallmarked in London, 1906/1909 by T. Bradbury & Sons, this striking set of four Edwardian Antique, Sterling Silver Candlesticks are neoclassical in design and feature gadroon borders and a delightful acanthus rope circling the columns. The bases have detailed work as well, with urns and foliage. Each of these candlesticks are 10" (26cm) high with a base measurement of 4.5"(11cm). The candlesticks are filled for balance and the drip trays are removable for ease of cleaning.
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Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1909 by James & Walter Deakin, this Antique, Sterling Silver Epergne or centrepiece is very large, Just the thing for a big dining room. The epergne is 24 inches (61cm) tall, has a spread of about 15 inches (38cm) and weighs 117 troy oz (3.65kg). Each part of the centrepiece is separately hallmarked and it is fine original condition.
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Hallmarked in London in 1909 by Edward Barnard & Sons, this monumental Antique, Edwardian, Sterling Silver Cup & Cover features reed and acanthus loop handles, reeded borders and a fluted finial. The trophy measures 25"(64cm) tall and 15"(38cm) handle to handle. It weighs 123.5 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1903
Carrying import marks for Chester, 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 inches (38cm) tall, by 13.5 inches (34cm) from beak to tail. The pair together weigh 97.9 troy ounces.
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