We are pleased to offer a fine range of antique sterling silver Novelties. All of our antique silver Novelties can be purchased online, or from our shop in the London Silver Vaults. You can click on the image of one of the Novelties to see a larger picture.
Hallmarked In 1889
Hallmarked in London, 1889 by Arthur Sibley, this unique Victorian Antique, Sterling Silver Cream Jug has two handles and, more unusually, two spouts. This novel little cream jug measures 4"(10cm) handle to handle, 3.25"(8.5cm) spout to spout and stands 3"(7.5cm) tall. The cream jug weighs 4.3 troy ounces.
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Made Circa 1870
Made circa 1870 by Elkington & Co., this enchanting Antique, Silver Plate Nut Dish stands on a naturalistic sweeping pedestal. The leaf shaped bowl is overseen by a cheeky little squirrel holding a nut. This novel dish stands 10"(26cm) to the top of the squirrel and it measures 10"(26cm) in length and 7.5"(19m) wide.
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Hallmarked In 1914
Hallmarked in Birmingham, 1914 by Hukin & Heath, this ingenious, pocket sized Sterling Silver Beaker is collapsable with the five rings fitting into each other. This convenient little beaker measures 2.25"(5.5cm) in diameter with a height of .75"(2cm) and a weight of 3.2 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1891
Bearing import marks for London, 1891, this charming and highly collectible Victorian, Antique, Sterling Silver Cow (possibly a holy cow) is actually a spice box. The cow has a hinged lid head, allowing for the storage of spices. It stands 2"(5cm) high, 3.5"(9cm) nose to tail and weighs 1.8 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 2001
Hallmarked in Birmingham, 2001 by Wakely & Wheeler, this delightful pair of Sterling Silver Salt & Peppers are in the form of two little begging mice. These mice have glass eyes and are realistically cast. Each mouse is 2.5"(6.5cm) tall and together they weigh 3 troy ounces.
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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 1931
Hallmarked in Birmingham, 1931 by R W Jay, this delightful Set of Six Sterling Silver Napkin Rings has a different dog mounted on each one. There is a bulldog, a spaniel and four types of terrier. The napkin rings are semi circular with a flat, but slightly arched, bottom. This set comes in its original textured two tone box. They are 1"(2.5cm) wide and stand approx 2"(5cm) high. The combined weight of this set is 7.67 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1901
Hallmarked in London, 1901 by Cohen & Charles, this nifty Edwardian Antique, Sterling Silver Playing Card Box contains two full sets of playing cards. The sectioned cedar lining inside is spring loaded, allowing the cards to be easily removed. There is a crown and the letter R engraved on the lid. The bevelled glass side panels display playing cards. The box measures 4" (10cm) high and 2" (5cm) square.
£1,775SOLD! 2018-09-21 MORE PHOTOS
Made Circa 1870
Made in London circa 1870, this delightful Antique, Victorian, Silver Plate Model of a Ship, known as a Neff, would make a fine statement piece in any room. With great attention to detail, this model ship boasts cannons, masts, sails, ropes and sea serpents. The ship stands on four serpent feet and measures 22.5"(57cm) to the top of the mast with a length of 24"(61cm) and a width of 8"(20cm).
£2,975SOLD! 2018-09-13 MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1925
Bearing import marks for London, 1925 by Thomas Callow & Son, this magnificent Sterling Silver Nef has fantastic detail. There are men everywhere, performing various duties. This ship is in full sail, with flags, ropes, an anchor, lanterns and a dragon figurehead. The nef sits on four fully working wheels and the top of this ship lifts off the reveal an empty hull, in which can accommodate a bottle, which can then set sail around the table. The body of the hull has decorative cherub chase work. This nef is 32"(81cm) long, 27.5"(70cm) tall and 5.5"(13cm) wide, with a weight of 124.7 troy ounces.
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