The following items were produced by the silversmith Robert Hennell II. If you are particularly interested in collecting sterling silver or silverplated pieces by Robert Hennell II 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 1859
Hallmarked in London, 1859 by renowned silversmith Robert Hennell II, these unusual Antique, Sterling Silver Salt Cellars have zig zag top bands with corded bottom bands and feature three lion heads atop the decorative leaf feet. These salt cellars have cut crystal bowls and are 2.5"(7cm) high with a width of 2.8"(7.2cm). The total weight of the silver is 13.6 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1867
Hallmarked in London in 1867 by Robert Hennell II, this Antique, Victorian, Sterling Silver Biscuit Box is a rare example of a Sterling Silver and crystal box with pretty engraving, bead borders and a hinged lid. The biscuit box is shaped oval and is 7 inches (18cm) tall and wide, 5.5 inches (14cm) deep and, without the glass liner, it weighs 15.5 troy oz (480gm).
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Hallmarked In 1789
Hallmarked in London, 1789 by Robert Hennell II, this handsome, George III, Antique, Sterling Silver Tea Caddy, features engraved bands of decoration, and an acorn finial. The tea caddy measures 5 inches (13cm) tall, by 5.25 inches (13.5cm) wide, and weighs 11.3 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1856
Hallmarked in London, 1856 by Robert Hennell II (the kettle in Silver Plate circa 1855 by Elkington & Company), this attractive, Victorian, Antique, Sterling Silver Five piece Tea Set, features chased decoration throughout. The kettle measures 14 inches (35.5cm) tall, by 9 inches (23cm) from side to spout, the coffee pot measures 9.75 inches (25cm) tall, by 9 inches (23cm) from handle to spout, the teapot measures 8 inches (20cm) tall, by 9.5 inches (24cm) from handle to spout, the cream jug measures 6 inches (15.5cm) tall, by 5 inches (12cm) from handle to lip, and the sugar bowl measures 5.25 inches (13.5cm) tall, by 8 inches (20cm) from handle to handle. The four pieces without the kettle weigh 67.4 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1830
Hallmarked in London in 1830 by Robert Hennell II, this wonderful Pair of Antique, George IV, Sterling Silver Entree Dishes are generously sized with tall domed lids. They feature acanthus decoration to the border and handle and beautifully engraved Coats of Arms to both sides. Each Entree Dish measure 18cm (7 inches) in height, 33cm (13 inches) in width and 25.5cm (10 inches) in depth. They weigh 108oz troy in total.
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