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The following items were produced by the silversmith Stephen Smith. If you are particularly interested in collecting sterling silver or silverplated pieces by Stephen Smith 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 1880
Hallmarked in London in 1880 by Stephen Smith, this attractive, Victorian, Antique, Sterling Silver Dish, has pierced lattice work and basket weave decoration, cast shell and scroll detailing, naturalistic feet and and a gilt interior. The dish measures 11"(28cm) wide, by 5.5"(14cm) deep, by 4"(10cm) tall, with a weight of 16.1 troy ounces.
£1,575ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1873
Hallmarked in London in 1873 by Stephen Smith, this Antique, Victorian, Sterling Silver Claret Jug is in the "Cellini" style first made popular by the famous 16th century Florentine silversmith Benvenuto Cellini. The wine jug is 11.5 inches (29cm) tall, has a diameter of 4.5 inches (11.5cm) and weighs 32 troy oz (995gms).
£2,975ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1880
Hallmarked in London in 1880 by Stephen Smith, this large and impressive, Antique, Victorian Sterling Silver Vase is in the Etruscan style and features chased foliage, flora, figures and birds. It measures 44cm (17.25 inches) in height.
£4,675ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1876
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.
£4,750ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
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 is 8.5"(21cm). The total weight of the pair is 127 troy ounces.
£6,975ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
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