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b9152: Sterling Silver Art Nouveau Epergne

Hallmarked In 1909

Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1909 by John & William Deakin, this stylish, Art Nouveau, Antique Sterling Silver Epergne or Centrepiece is very large, just the thing for a big dining room, and features a central trumpet vase and three hanging baskets. The epergne measures 24"(61cm) tall, by 15"(38cm) in diameter and weighs 117 troy ounces.



L3506: Sterling Silver Monteith Bowl

Hallmarked In 1880

Hallmarked in London in 1880 by Aldwinckle & Slater, this attractive, very large, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Bowl, is in the 'Monteith' style, featuring a removable rim, and a gilt interior to the bowl. The bowl measures 11.25"(29cm) tall, by 16.5"(42cm) in diameter, and weighs an impressive 143 troy ounces.



b7187: Sterling Silver Centrepiece Jardinière & Plateau

Made Circa 1830

Made in Paris circa 1830 by Odiot, this spectacular, Antique First Quality French Silver Centrepiece Jardinière & Plateau, has an oval bowl with removable liner, beautifully detailed with fluting, floral garland swags and applied bows, standing on a round pedestal base with lion's paw feet. There is wreath borders around the foot of the bowl, which follows through around the plateau. The jardinière measures 17.5"(45cm) tall, by 23"(58cm) from handle to handle, by 13"(33cm) deep. The mirror plateau measures 16"(42cm) in diameter and 3"(7.5cm) tall.



e6990: Sterling Silver Centrepiece And Suite Of 8 Dishes

Hallmarked In 1873

Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1873 by Fenton Brothers Ltd., this attractive, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Centrepiece and Suite of 8 Dishes, features wonderfully ornate decoration throughout. The centrepiece features a glass vase for flowers, and measures 19.75"(50cm) tall, by 10.5"(27cm) in diameter, each of the four oval dishes measure 4"(10cm) tall, by 10"(25.5cm) wide, by 7.5"(19cm) deep, and each of the four round dishes measure 5.25"(13cm) tall, by 7"(18cm) in diameter. The total silver weight is 133.7 troy ounces.



b2853: Sterling Silver 7 Piece Tea & Coffee Set

Hallmarked In 1861

Hallmarked in London in 1861 and 1862 by Robert Hennell I, this striking, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Tea Set, includes a covered milk jug and a small cream jug, and features wonderfully ornate chasing throughout, and silver handles. The kettle measures 17"(43cm) tall, by 10"(25.5cm) from handle to spout. The teapot measures 7.5"(19cm) tall, by 9.5"(24cm) from handle to spout, and the other pieces are in proportion. The set together weighs 174 troy ounces.



b3525: Sterling Silver Pair Of Dessert Stands

Hallmarked In 1873

Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1873 by Elkington & Co., this wonderful, pair of Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Dessert Stands or Compotes, are in the Egyptian revival style, with the urn shaped central columns supported by three gilt figures of Bast, frosted and cut glass dishes and hoof feet. Each dessert stand measures 17"(43cm) tall, by 10"(25.5cm) in diameter. The total silver weight is 146 troy ounces.



b9200: Sterling Silver Set Of 3 Bowls

Hallmarked In 1893

Hallmarked in London in 1889 and 1893 by Barnards, this fantastic, set of 3 Antique Sterling Silver Bowls, are in the ‘Monteith' style, featuring gilt interiors, engraved crests and mottos, and lion mask drop rings handles. The larger central bowl measures 10"(26cm) tall, by 15"(38cm) in diameter, and the two smaller bowls measure 7"(18cm) tall, by 9.5"(24cm) in diameter. The total weight of the set is 194 troy ounces. The crest is likely that of the Butler family, and the motto translates as 'Be steadfast'



L0541: Sterling Silver Set Of 3 Bowls & Plateau

Hallmarked In 1892

Hallmarked in London in 1892 by Elkington & Co., this impressive, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Set of Three Bowls, sits on the original Mirror Plateau base. The bowls and plateau feature borders modelled in a classical Roman frieze and the mirror plateau is shaped to fit the bowls and stands on lion’s paw feet. The plateau measures 29"(74cm) wide, by 16"(40cm) deep. The bowls feature half fluting with gilt interiors and stand on pedestal bases. The central bowl is oval and measures 12.5"(32cm) wide, by 11"(28cm) deep, by 5"(13cm) tall. The two side bowls are round and measure 6"(15cm) in diameter, by 3.5"(9cm) tall. The three bowls together weigh 95.2 troy ounces.


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L2885: Sterling Silver Centrepiece

Hallmarked In 1897

Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1897 by Walker & Hall, this exceptional, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Centrepiece, features a removable central bowl supported by four Neoclassical columns, surmounted on an oval base adorned to both ends with Greco-Roman Female figures holding bunches of grapes, and cast and applied vacant cartouches to either side. The centrepiece measures 16"(41cm) tall, by 20.5"(52cm) wide, by 11.5"(29cm) deep, and weighs a substantial 193.5 troy ounces.



L4637: Sterling Silver Stag Model

Hallmarked In 1976

Hallmarked in London in 1976 by Garrard & Co., this stunning Elizabeth II, Sterling Silver Model of a Stag, is realistically cast and chased, and stands on a marble base. The stag model on the base measures a very impressive 21.5"(55cm) tall, by 18"(45.5cm) wide, by 8.25"(21cm) deep.



b1283: Sterling Silver Large Nef

Hallmarked In 1925

Carrying import marks for London in 1925 by Thomas Callow & Sons, this superb example of a Sterling Silver Nef, is a particularly fine representation of the 16th century style, elaborated detailed, and resting on 4 wheels to allow it to “sail” around the table. The top of the ship lifts off to reveal an empty hull. The nef measures 27.5"(70cm) tall, by 32"(81cm) wide, by 5.5"(13cm) deep, and weighs an impressive124.7 troy ounces.



b3808: Sterling Silver Epergne

Hallmarked In 1793

Hallmarked in London in 1793 by Henry Green, this wonderful, George III, Antique Sterling Silver Epergne, is in the neoclassical style, and has four removable round bowls, two smaller removable oval bowls, and a larger oval bowl to the centre. The epergne measures 17.75"(45cm) tall, by 26"(66cm) wide, by 19"(48cm) deep and weighs 96 troy ounces.



L2051: Sterling Silver Monkey Claret Jug

Hallmarked In 1909

Hallmarked in London in 1909 by Richard Hodd & Son, this incredibly rare, Edwardian Antique Sterling Silver Claret Jug, is in the form of a monkey, realistically posed and with glass eyes. The claret jug measures 11.5"(29cm) tall, by 8"(20cm) from handle to mouth. Animal shaped claret jugs became popular amongst the aristocracy in the Victorian period due to the expanding trade and travel at the time, which broadened peoples interest in the exotic and whimsical. These jugs were made rarely, to order, and by hand. There have been some noteworthy collectors of animal shaped jugs, including Her Majesty the Queen Mother, and the famous Kent collection of claret jugs.


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e3066: Sterling Silver 9 Basket Epergne

Hallmarked In 1763

Hallmarked in London in 1763 by Thomas Pitts, this phenomenal, George III, Antique Sterling Silver Epergne, is the rarer and larger nine basket variety, and makes for an extremely impressive display. The epergne features cast and applied decoration to the borders and feet, with piercing to the body. It comes with an additional piece that fits underneath the central bowl. This later extension tube carries a hallmark for Charles Fox II circa 1825 and was presumably commisioned by the then owner to increase the height of the epergne. The epergne measures 14.25"(36cm) tall, by 26"(66cm) wide, by 24.5"(62cm deep, and weighs a substantial 155 troy ounces.


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b8576: Sterling Silver Pair Of 'Grotesque' Candelabra

Hallmarked In 1875

Hallmarked in London in 1875 by Alexander Macrae, this sensational pair of Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Candelabra, feature wonderful 'Grotesque' decoration and gilding, and are engraved with a crest and initials to each base. Each candelabrum measures 27.5"(70cm) tall, by 15.5"(39cm) in diameter and together they weigh a substantial 310 troy ounces. The crest and initials are likely that of William Duncombe, 1st Earl of Feversham.



L1525: Sterling Silver Pair Of Gilt Candelabra

Made Circa 1875

This fantastic pair of Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Candelabra were made in London in 1867 and 1890 by Hunt & Roskell and Benson & Webb respectively. (Benson & Webb purchased Hunt & Roskell in 1889). They feature grape and vine decoration to the stems and branches, and each base has a a putti holding a bunch of grapes with vine leaves in their hair. These traditional symbols of Dionysus, the God of wine, clearly celebrating an abundant grape harvest, make these wonderful, rococo candelabra the perfect table decoration for a passionate wine drinker. Measuring 26"(66cm) tall with a span of 14.5"(37cm) this heavy, gilt, and cast pair of Sterling Silver candelabra weigh 362 troy ounces in total.



b3583: Sterling Silver 'Mythological' Centrepiece

Hallmarked In 1854

Hallmarked in London in 1854 by George Angell, this wonderful, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Centrepiece, features three large cast mythological figures. One is a man with with a hammer and anvil, perhaps Hephaestus, god of Blacksmiths. The other two are ladies, one with a quill and scroll, perhaps Clio, the muse of history, the other with her arms simply raised, a pose typical of Aprhodite, god of love and wife of Hephaestus. The centrepiece supports a central cut glass glass bowl surrounded with 6 branches for candles, decorated with acanthus leaves. The cut corner triangular base stands on large acanthus, shell and scroll feet. The centrepiece measures 28"(71cm) tall, by 15"(38cm) wide and deep, and weighs 229 troy ounces.



L1535: Sterling Silver Centrepiece Made For Admiral Tryon

Hallmarked In 1868

Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1868 by Elkington & Co. This magnificent centrepiece was presented to Captain George Tryon (later Admiral) in recognition of his important role in the Abyssinia Expedition to free missionaries and representatives of the British Government, who had been imprisoned by Emperor Tewodros II of Ethiopia. Tryon acted as the transport officer to Annesley Bay for troops and supplies heading to Abyssinia with General Robert Napier’s expedition. He was given the Companionship of the Bath by her Majesty Queen Victoria as a reward for his services, and presented with this monumental centrepiece decorated with scenes depicting his activities in the campaign. The centrepiece stands on a mirror plateau which in turn stands on a wooden base with silver plaques and anchors. The overall height is 31.5” (80cm). The base diameter is 23”(59cm).



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