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19th Century Silver-plated Flagon, Birmingham. Circa 1870. Maker: Hunkin & Heath
A 19th century stunningly cast silver plated lidded flagon – of tapering form with a domed, hinged lid. The body is repousse decorated with Satyrs & Men – in Greek Mythological scenes that surround the body. A child figure sits on the lid as a finial for the flagon. Hallmarked on base H&H for Hukin & Heath makers from Birmingham (started in 1855) and this company eventually worked with Christopher Dresser from 1877 onwards.
Measures: 11 inches high x 9 inches wide (handle to spout).
Excellent condition. Silver plating is worn in places and the copper is showing through.
English Silver Hallmarked Sterling Stein and Lid – Fuller White. George III Period, dated 1760.
A large sterling silver ‘flagon’ with stein and lid, from George III period, it is dated London 1760. The maker is Fuller White, a English silversmith who worked (1744- 1775), Hallmarked with the initials ‘FW’ mark, which is registered in 1758 as Fuller White.
The stein was later decorated with beautiful repousse decorations to the body with foliage, leaf, flowers and scrolls and the spout was added to the stein to make it a ‘flagon’, with these features indicated in the english silver hallmarks with a second collaborator (hallmarked on spout).
Measures: 9 inches in height.
Marked: ‘FW’ initials for Fuller White, it was registered 1758. English silver hallmarks, it dates London, 1760.
Condition: In complete working condition with stein and lid. The flagon is gently used, it does show minimal signs of tarnish and scratches, but can be easily puffed. Features of the decorative repousse patterns and stein were perhaps later added from a second collaborator with multiple english silver hallmarks (images for referral).
English Hallmarked Sterling Teapot London. Dated 1821.
A stunning English Hallmarked Sterling Teapot, it dates 1821, London. The teapot is rather an small, yet odd round shape that decorated with a bold engraving of a loin in the centre of on both the rear and front. It is features simple, yet classic decorative elements of bead and scroll in the design. It is a beautiful combination of silver and wood, with the wood appearing on the handle and the top of the lid. The wooden handle and top would have made it easier to pick up and pour a hot beverage at the time.
A lovely little teapot perfect for a timeless gift, or for those who enjoy collecting everyday objects with a past.
Hallmarked: Lion for Sterling, Crown Leopard’s Head for the City of London, Dated 1821, Duty Mark for the Sovereign Head of George III. Marker’s Mark : Unknown ‘L P’.
Excellent Condition: No dents or repairs. (Minimal surface and tarnish from gentle use, it can be easily polished. Note: reflections on the sterling does not display a lesser condition)
A magnificent quality sterling tea service by Birks.
The set consists of:
Tipping Hot Water on Stand (with heater)
Large 2 handled Tray
Sterling Birks marks date the set for 1928. Sterling handles and ivory separators.
Total weight of set: 6482 grams.
English Hallmarked Sterling GEORGE III Tray London. Dated 1821.
A dashing sterling tray with English Hallmarks, dated 1821 during the time of King George III, London. The tray is quite small, but bold in style with an elegant leaf shape that pinches on either end. The design of the shape is rather odd, but unique with a strong presence of classic english silver.
A beautiful little tray for any occasion, it is perfect for those who adore sterling for entertaining or everyday.
English Hallmarked. (On the back with English Hallmarks, Lion for London, Crown and Leopard for the reign of George III. Dated 1821)
Excellent Condition: No dents (minimal surface scratches)
A handsome English Hallmarked Sterling Tea pot Dated 1878 by Maker James Dixon & Sons.
Tall and slender shape with hand chasing, a sterling handle. The teapot is quite weighty at 657 grams and is in beautiful condition. The inside of the teapot is also very clean and can certainly be used again for pouring a fine cup of tea.
an Inscription in script is written on the bottom.
To Bishop & Mrs Charles Clingman. A token of love and gratitude from the congregation of the Church of the Advent.
Birmingham Alabama. April 22-1936
Measures: 7 1/2 inches tall x 11 inches wide (handle to spout)
Weight: 657 grams
Makers mark for James Dixon & Sons,
English hallmarks for Sheffield, dating 1878.
Excellent condition. No repairs or damage.
Old English “Bright Cut” Georgian, Dated 1785 – 1804
An English hallmarked sterling set in ‘Bright Cut’ pattern – Set for 6 – including 6 Dinner Forks, 6 Large Soup Spoons, 12 Dessert spoons, 6 Luncheon Forks. Also included are 6 later bone handled knives.
Set is mixed makers and dates – with some dated as early as 1785 up to 1804. Makers include: George Smith III, John, Henry, & Charles Lias.
English Hallmarked Sterling London: Dated 1924. Maker: The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.Ltd Porringer
This sterling silver 2 handled porringer is of an 18th century design, but made by The Goldsmiths &Silversmiths Co.Ltd in England, 1924. The handles are quite unique, yet elegant in shape with a fair bird and vine, the two handles make it easy to pick up and hold. The hand chased cup has a scene of a stork and foliage upon the rear and front. The stork was usually depicted in 19th century folk tales or nursery rhymes to tell stories about carrying new borns to a family.
This delightful porringer would make a precious gift to celebrate a newborn or christening.
Measures: 3 1/4 inches in height x 4 inches in diameter (1 inches by the handles)
Condition: No dents.(Minimal surface scratches from gentle use- see images for more details)
English Hallmarked Sterling Teapot. London, 1808.
A stunning sterling teapot with a unique combination of wood and sterling. It features a wooden handle and lid cap that makes the teapot easier to pick up, hold and pour when serving. The teapot is a unique shape with a rippled body, a small spout with a bold,yet small footed base for placement. On the bottom, there is English Hallmarks indicating it is sterling from the city of London, England, during the period of George III, dated 1808.
A beautiful English Hallmarked teapot from a passed era, that would make an effortless, yet timeless gift.
Hallmarked: On the bottom, Silver Standard Mark : Lion for sterling, City Mark: Crowned Leopard’s Head for London, Duty mark for the sovereign head of George III, ‘N’ dated 1808. Marker’s Mark is unknown with ‘I D’. (see images for reference)
Excellent Condition: No dents or repairs (minimal surface scratches and tarnish that can be easily polished)
French Silver Teapot with 18th Century Hallmarks (most likely dated late 19th century)
A lovely French Silver Teapot with 18th century hallmarks, but is comes from around the late 19th century. The shape of the teapot is rather unusual, yet bold with a simple design that features bead, floral and leaf in the shape. Attached to the pot is a wooden handle, that makes it easy to pick up and use. Around the rim and the lid, it is decorated with light engravings of floral, leaf, scroll and shell pattern. The unique shape is also accented with a budded flower in the centre, in which adds a wonderful sense of simplicity and sophistication to the classical beauties of French silverware.
A stunning French Silver teapot perfect for a gift, or for those who adore the wonders of timeless objects with a past.
Hallmarked: On the bottom, 18th Century Hallmarks (see images) – often called “Fantasy marks” where a company would stamp with older marks than the pot actually dates from.
Excellent Condition: No dents or repairs. (minimal scratches and tarnish from gentle use that can be easily polished )
English Hallmarked Sterling Serving Spoon With Marrow Scoop. London, Dated 1744.
A large sterling spoon, it is rather an unusual combination with one serving spoon end and a marrow scoop on the other end. The spoon is English hallmarked and dated for London, 1744. The spoon would have been used for special dining occasions, or meals of everyday.
A stunning sterling spoon that is perfect a gift, or for those who adore an everyday object with a past.
Hallmarked: Lion for London, it is dated 1744 (marks are difficult to see from signs of rubbing and use). Maker’s mark present, but can’t identify as it’s worn.
Excellent Condition: No dents or bends. (Minimal surface scratches from gentle use and rubbing on the hallmarks)
A Heavy Georgian Style English Hallmarked Sterling Tray, Dated 1921.
A delightful sterling composition in a Georgian style, has a stunning design and shape, it dates 1921, Edinburgh. The round tray features a gorgeous pattern upon the edges with accents of floral, ribbon and shell – typical Georgian style. It is scripted upon the rear,”J.D.J from L.S.G. In token of three years happy association, 1931-34. ” The script adds a poetic charm to the back story of piece, giving it a unique narrative and character.
This a splendid art object is perfect for special moments, or for those who adore the Georgian style .
Makers: Wilson & Sharp Ltd. – Edinburgh.
Scripted: J.D.J from L.S.G. In token of three years happy association, 1931-34.
Excellent Condition: No repairs.
A Pair of Sterling Silver 3 Arm Candelabras
A lovely pair of sterling candelabras,which has a bold, yet simple aesthetic. Animated with a fluid shape and body that mimics movements of dancers. The liveness creates a fantastical narrative of wonder and nostalgia.
This is a splendid pair perfect for candle light moments, or for those who absolutely adore objects with a hint of liveness.
Carl Poul Petersen – Canadian Sterling Serving Spoon – Montreal
A gorgeous piece with a delightful form, it was made by Carl Poul Petersen, from Montreal. It has a stunning, yet simple floral design upon the handle, giving the piece character and uniqueness.
This may be considered an Ice Cream Serving Spoon as the spoon has sharp “fork” like tines on one side.
Marked: Petersen. Hand Made. Sterling.
A beautiful quality two handled vase with a heavy etched crystal tapered body and Sterling silver mounts. The silver consist of a collar decorated rose rim with two handles in the shape of cat’s heads and decorative rose garlands swaying overtop the crystal body. The round base is also sterling with fern leaves running up the sides of the crystal.
Marked “Sterling” on bottom with maker’s hallmark.
Late 19th century.
English Silver Hallmarked Sterling Tea Pot, dated London, 1819.
A lovely english Georgian silver hallmarked sterling tea pot, it is dated London, 1819. The tea pot is quite large in size, its has a beautiful dark hardwood handle and top on the lid attached. It is engraved with decorations of bead, floral and scrolls, with a unique ribbon crest in the centre.
A delightful sterling tea pot that once used as everyday object at the time for a classic spot of tea, or entertaining with others.
Measures: 4 inches in height x 5 inches wide / 2 inches from the handle
Marked: Marker’s mark: unknown. Lion passant for .925 sterling silver, Crown Leopard’s head for London, Reign during King George III period, ‘d’ dated 1819.
Condition: Minimal scratches on the surface from gentle use. It has no dents in the silver, or cracks in the wood. The lid has been professionally reinforced, and shows signs of repair(see image for referral).