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Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1925 by Charles S. Green & Co., this rare, George V, Sterling Silver Atomiser, is in the Art Deco style, and has a clear glass body with overlaid blue panels. The atomiser measures 6"(15cm) tall with a diameter of 3"(8cm).
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Hallmarked in Sheffield, 1925 by James Dixon & Sons, this desirable Sterling Silver Dessert Set comprises of twelve place settings and comes in its original blue velvet lined wooden box. The cutlery handles are mother of pearl and the silver is very plain, bar an elegant line of bright cut engraving on the top of the knife blade edges. The knives of this dessert set measure 7.5"((19cm) in length and the forks are 6.4"(16cm).
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Hallmarked in Sheffield, 1925 this wonderful Sterling Silver and wooden Tantalus holds three cut glass decanters and is secured at the front by its own key. The case features a vacant plaque at the front, perfect for engraving and measures 14.25 inches (36 inches) in length by 5.5 inches (14 cms) deep and 14 inches (35.5 cms) in height.
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Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1925, this Sterling Silver Pair of Pheasants are very early for British hallmarked examples and have removable heads in the style of early continental examples. The makers mark is cleary RHH but seems untracable in available records. The male pheasant is 11.5 inches (29cm) long, the female is 10.75 inches (27cm) long and together they weigh 20 troy oz. They are very finely modeled and in excellent original condition.
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Bearing import marks for London in 1925 by Israel Segalov, this striking Pair of George V, Sterling Silver Knights, are copies of two of the life size statues found in Innsbruck which surround Emperor Maximillians tomb, and likely represent King Arthur, and Theoderic the Great. They feature wonderful chased decoration and carved ivory faces. Each knight measures 9.5"(24cm) tall and the bases are 3"(7.5cm) square. Together the pair has a weight of 30.1 troy ounces.
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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.
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