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  • 18th Century Geo. III English Hallmarked Sterling Coffee Pot by Thomas Whipman & Charles Wright, London 1760.

    18th Century Geo. III English Hallmarked Sterling Coffee Pot by Thomas Whipman & Charles Wright, London 1760.

    An early English hallmarked Sterling Silver – Geo. III period coffee pot – Baluster form with a twist finial and wood scroll handle.

    Engraved with a coat of arms on front.

    English hallmarks for London 1760 (on the cusp of Geo. II & Geo. III – makers Thomas Whipham & Charles Wright.

    Measures:  10 1/2 inches high x 8 1/2 inches deep
    Weight:  878 grams

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  • Birks Sterling Silver 7 Piece Tea Service with Sterling Tray – Dated 1928

    Birks Sterling Silver 7 Piece Tea Service with Sterling Tray – Dated 1928

    A magnificent quality sterling tea service by Birks.

    The set consists of:

    Teapot,
    Coffee Pot
    Tipping Hot Water on Stand (with heater)
    Creamer
    Sugar bowl
    Slop Bowl
    Large 2 handled Tray

    Sterling Birks marks date the set for 1928.  The set has sterling handles and ivory separators.

    Total weight of set:  6482 grams.

    The set is in excellent condition.

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  • Birmingham English Hallmarked Sterling Silver Embossed Teapot, 1898 with Removable Interior Strainer

    Birmingham English Hallmarked Sterling Silver Embossed Teapot, 1898 with Removable Interior Strainer

    Here is a gorgeous sterling silver teapot with detachable strainer built into the pot that is also removable for cleaning (please see photos). The pot has an ebony handle and finial on the lid.

    The teapot is English hallmarked for Birmingham, 1898. It is wonderfully embossed with scrolls and swirls and floral designs all over the body and lid.  On one side, it is monogrammed “CJ & JGG from G.C.G. 1898”.

    The teapot is 11 inches from the spout to the back of the handle and is approximately 7 inches tall from the finial to the base.

    There is one small dent at the tip of the spout but, overall, it is in very good to excellent condition.

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  • Large 22 inch English Silver-Plated Gallery Tray with Handles, Scalloped Rim – Late 19th Century

    Large 22 inch English Silver-Plated Gallery Tray with Handles, Scalloped Rim – Late 19th Century

    A lovely large, long English late 19th century silver-plated tray with tall gallery sides and a scalloped rim. The tray has cut-outs for handles on the ends and sits on 4 feet.

    The tray has a stamped English maker’s mark on the underside but it is largely indecipherable.

    It measures 22 inches long from end to end x 15 1/4 inches wide and is 3 inches tall from the top of the scalloped rim to the bottom of the footed base.

    There is some minor surface scratching on the top.

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  • Pair of Georgian English Silver-Plated Telescopic Candle Holders, c. 1820 with Removable Bobeche

    Pair of Georgian English Silver-Plated Telescopic Candle Holders, c. 1820 with Removable Bobeche

    A lovely pair of English Georgian period (circa 1820) silver-plated telescopic candle-holders with detachable tops.

    The candle holders have scroll work at the top, in the centre, and on the bases.

    When fully extended, the candle holders are 10 1/2 inches tall and are 4 1/2 inches wide at the base.

    Note there is some copper bleed and a couple of small dents but, overall, the set is in good condition for its age.

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  • English Hallmarked Sterling Silver Flask, London – dated 1905.

    English Hallmarked Sterling Silver Flask, London – dated 1905.

    Here is a handsome London England hallmarked sterling silver flask, dated 1905, and showing the maker’s mark “G & L Col Ltd” (for Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company) plus the English hallmarks on the side of the flask.
    The top twists and locks on a hinged lid with interior cork to prevent leakage.

    The flask is inscribed ” To F. Mundy, Esq.  from his highness The Sultan of Perak, CCMC, Coronation 1911″.

    Perak is a region in northwestern Malaysia, bordering Thailand to the north and fronting the Strait of Malacca to the west. The name Perak means “tin”.

    The flask weighs 164 grams and measures 5 3/4 inches tall (with the lid) X 3 1/2 inches wide.

    There are some age wear related surface scratches and a small dent on one edge but, overall, the flask is in good condition.

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  • English Hallmarked Sterling Silver Footed Teapot, Creamer & Open Sugar Bowl Matched Set

    English Hallmarked Sterling Silver Footed Teapot, Creamer & Open Sugar Bowl Matched Set

    Here is a lovely sterling silver 3 piece matched tea set. The teapot is Sheffield England hallmarked. It has an ebony handle and ebony on the finial of the teapot lid. On the side of the teapot are the Sheffield marks and date code for 1937 as well as the initials “HW” for the maker, Henry Wigfull.

    The teapot is 10 inches wide from the spout to the end of the ebony handle. It stands approximately 6 1/4 inches tall from the top of the handle to the bottom of the foot.

    The sugar bowl is London hallmarked and is dated 1906.  The maker is Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd.  The sugar bowl is 4 1/2 inches in diameter x 2 1/2 inches tall.

    The underside of the creamer reads “777 S” and is dated 1901. It is also made by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd. It is 4 3/4 inches wide from the spout to the end of the handle and is 3 3/4 inches tall from the spout to the bottom of the foot.

    The total weight of the 3 pieces is 923 grams (teapot 615 grams, creamer 152 grams, sugar 156 grams).

    All pieces are in very good condition.

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  • Silver-Plated Two-Handled Footed Entree Dish with Roll-Top Cover, Repoussé Decoration.

    Silver-Plated Two-Handled Footed Entree Dish with Roll-Top Cover, Repoussé Decoration.

    Here is a gorgeous silver-plated, repousse decorated, covered roll top entree serving dish with two handles and removable interior pieces including a pierced “strainer” and an entree dish. The lid is hinged and is a “roll-top”. The feet of the dish are decorated with “claw” feet and show a face at the top of each foot. Please see the second photo in the gallery for details.

    The dish measures 14 1/2 inches wide from handle to handle and is 9 inches tall when the roll top is closed.

    The piece is in excellent condition.

     

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  • Reticulated Silver-Plate Basket with Two Handles, Leaves and Berries Decoration, c. 1900

    Reticulated Silver-Plate Basket with Two Handles, Leaves and Berries Decoration, c. 1900

    A wonderful reticulated silver-plated basket, circa 1900, on a base. The basket has two handles and is decorated with a leaf and berry decoration.

    The basket is 13 1/2 inches wide from handle to handle and is 12 inches wide on the opposite side. It stands 4 inches tall.

    The basket is in excellent condition.

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  • Pair of Modern Carrs Silver Sheffield English Hallmarked Sterling Silver and Rosewood Wine Coasters.

    Pair of Modern Carrs Silver Sheffield English Hallmarked Sterling Silver and Rosewood Wine Coasters.

    A lovely pair of modern Sheffield England hallmarked sterling silver and rosewood wine coasters with green felt bottoms. There is a sterling disc in the centre of the rosewood on the inside of each coaster.

    On the side of the coasters are the initials “RC” for Ron Carr, silversmith. Please see the last photo for details. They are dated within the last 20 years but the date code is difficult to decipher.

    Carrs silver is a prestigious silverware brand, world renowned for their values of quality and design.

    Each coaster is 3 1/2 inches in diameter x 1 3/4 inches tall and both are in excellent condition.

     

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  • American Sterling Presentation Dish for Canadian Military Rifle League , 1906, Art Nouveau Floral Pattern

    American Sterling Presentation Dish for Canadian Military Rifle League , 1906, Art Nouveau Floral Pattern

    Here is a beautiful Art Nouveau floral design American sterling bowl that has been used as a presentation piece. In the centre of the bowl is stamped an octagon and mark and the words ” Canadian Military Rifle League” as well as the date “1906”.

    On the underside of the bowl is the maker’s mark and the word “sterling” as well as “H 511” and hallmark for Meriden Brittania Co.  – Meriden, Connecticut.  The company was bought out by the International Silver Co. in 1898, but the mark was used until 1930.

    The bowl is 8 1/4 inches in diameter and is in very good condition.

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  • Birmingham England Hallmarked Oblong Sterling Silver Miniature Pill Box, dated 1926

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    Birmingham England Hallmarked Oblong Sterling Silver Miniature Pill Box, dated 1926

    A wonderful miniature oblong sterling silver pill box, hallmarked for Birmingham England and dated 1926. The box has a gilt wash interior and a hinged lid. The top of the box  has a space for a monogram but is not marked.

    On the inside lip of the box are the hallmarks.
    The box measures 1 1/2 inches long x 1/2 inch tall.

    There are some light surface scratches from age wear but, overall, the box is in very good condition.

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  • EARLY Old English Hallmarked Sterling “Bright Cut” Pattern Set of Cutlery – Georgian, Dated 1785 to 1804.

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    EARLY Old English Hallmarked Sterling “Bright Cut” Pattern Set of Cutlery – Georgian, Dated 1785 to 1804.

    EARLY Old English “Bright Cut” Georgian, Dated 1785 – 1804

    This is a very early English hallmarked sterling set with a ‘Bright Cut’ pattern on an old english shape. Set for 6 consists of 6 Dinner Forks, 6 Luncheon Forks, 6 Large Soup Spoons, 12 Dessert spoons,  Also included are 8 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.

    Individually priced it comes to $3,300.00. Set price is $3,000.00.

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  • English Hallmarked Birmingham Sterling Silver Embossed Pill Box, dated 1926.

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    English Hallmarked Birmingham Sterling Silver Embossed Pill Box, dated 1926.

    Here is a wonderful oval sterling silver pill box with a hinged lid and an embossed scroll design. The box is hallmarked for Birmingham England and is dated 1926.

    The maker stamp HU for Hampton Utilities. The inside of the box has a gilt wash and the hallmarks are stamped on the bottom of the box interior.

    The box is 1 3/4 inches long X 1/2 inch tall.

    There is some very minor surface scratching but, overall, the box is in very good condition.

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  • English Silver-Plated Engraved Gallery Tray, “Yore Plate”

    English Silver-Plated Engraved Gallery Tray, “Yore Plate”

    A wonderful engraved English silver-plated gallery tray.

    The tray is elaborately engraved with floral designs, leaves, and scrolls. There is also a centre section if the owner wished to have monograms engraved but it is clear at the moment.

    The underside of the tray is stamped “Yore Plate” and “Silver Plate Made in England”.

    The tray is 15 inches long x 9 3/4 inches wide x 1 1/4 inches tall and is in very good condition with only some minor surface scratches.

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  • English Silver-Plated on Copper – Gallery Tray with Elaborate Engraving – Primrose Plate Co.

    English Silver-Plated on Copper – Gallery Tray with Elaborate Engraving – Primrose Plate Co.

    Here is a lovely silver-plated on copper gallery tray with elaborate engraving all over the top of the tray and a scalloped rim.  There is a space in the centre for monogramming (if desired) but it is clear at the moment.

    The underside of tray has 4 small rounded feet and is stamped “Primrose Plate. E.P. on Copper. Silver-plated. Made in England.”

    The tray measures 18 3/8 inches long x 13 inches wide x 1 inch tall.

    It is in excellent condition with some minor surface scratches on the underside.

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