The following items were produced by the silversmith Garrard And Co. If you are particularly interested in collecting sterling silver or silverplated pieces by Garrard And Co but you can't find a suitable item in the list below, just contact us and we'll check to see whether we have some items in store which aren't already on our website.
Hallmarked In 1929
Hallmarked in London, 1929 by Garrards & Co. This handsome, Sterling Silver Mug, is baluster shaped, and features an acanthus detailing scroll handle, and reed borders. The mug measures 5 inches (13cm) tall, by 5 inches (13cm) from handle to side, and weighs 7.7 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1932
Hallmarked in London in 1932 by Garrard & Co., this charming George V, Sterling Silver Goblet is a beautiful hand made reproduction of a beaker from 1670. Standing on a pedestal base, the conical shaped body flares slightly at the lip and features pinprick engraved initials and a rope-twist border. The base of the beaker has an original presentation inscription. It measures 5"(12.5cm) high, 3.25"(8cm) in diameter and weighs 6.1 troy ounces.
£545SOLD! 2018-12-21 MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1965
Hallmarked in London, 1965 by Garrards & Co., this novel Sterling Silver Tea Caddy is very plain in style, simply embellished with some circular grooves on the lid and a golfing flag finial. This circular tea caddy is 4.25"(11cm) high, with a diameter of 4.25'(11cm) and a weight of 14.6 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1975
Hallmarked in London, 1975 by Garrard & Co. This very handsome, Sterling Silver Cafe Au Lait set, are straight sided, and feature flat tops, wooden handles, and reed borders. Both the coffee and milk measure 8.75 inches (22cm) tall, with the coffee pot measuring 8.75 inches (22cm) from handle to spout, and the milk pot measuring 6.75 inches (17cm) from handle to lip. The cafe au lait together weigh 44.2 troy ounces.
£1,575SOLD! 2019-02-09 MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1806
Hallmarked in London, 1806 by Robert Garrad I, this very handsome, George III, antique silver water jug, is side handled, and features a plain baluster shaped body, and an engraved armorial to one side. The water jug measures 7.5 inches (19cm) tall, by 8.25 inches (21cm) from handle to side, and weighs 14.7 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1912
Hallmarked in London, 1912 by Garrard & Co., this stylish, George V Antique, Sterling Silver Ink Stand stands on button feet, with stepped reed border edges, hinged handles and hinged divider lid, revealing a double well section and a pen holder section.The ink stand measures 8"x 5.5"(20cm x 14cm), with a height of 3"(7.5cm) and a weight of 43.8 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1997
Hallmarked in London, 1997 by Garrard & Co., this magnificent Sterling Silver Presentation Plate comes with its original box. The plate has six applied hands, depicting hand signals, as used by traders in The Stock Exchange. There are two reed bands around the rim of the plate. This stunning salver measures 18"(46cm) in diameter and weighs 86 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1805
Hallmarked in London, 1805 by Robert Garrard, this handsome, straight sided, George III, antique silver tankard, features ribbed detailing to the sides, a flat hinged lid, and reed decoration around the base and lip. The tankard measures 7.25 inches (18.5cm) tall, by 6.75 inches (17cm) from handle to lip.
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Hallmarked In 1909
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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Made Circa 1860
This unusual pair of Antique, Victorian, Sterling Silver Entree Dishes are hexagonal in shape. The domes are hallmarked in London in 1843 by Garrard. The bases are hallmarked in London in 1870 by Stephen Smith and presumably made for the domes, as they fit perfectly and carry the same crest. The bases have applied decorative borders. The domes have applied leaf work to the corners with large, crown like handles. The bases have a diameter of 12”(31cm). The overall height of base with dome is 8.5"(21cm). The total weight of the pair is 127 troy ounces.
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