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This is a very handsome sterling silver tankard/mug from the period of George III, Newcastle-0n-Tyne, England. It has a typical baluster shape with a swelling out of the body near the foot, the handle is hollow with a opening in the bottom to allow easy handling of both cold and hot drinks. It is unadorned except for the monogrammed letters W.M.C.
Measures: 5 1/4 inches high x 5 1/4 inches wide (includes handle).
Hallmarked: I & L for John Langlands II, Crowned Leopard Head, Assay mark Lion passant denoting .925 Sterling Silver, the duty mark of the Sovereign’s head of George III and the mark of three towers for Newcastle-on-Tyne. The combination of these marks date this piece circa 1796.
Excellent Condition: This tankard is over 200 years old and has a indent on the top of the handle where the drinker’s thumb would go as you lift your drink. It has a few tiny blemishes on the top rim and the body but nothing major of note, I have tried to photograph this piece well and encourage inquiries to answer any questions you may have.
A miniature Russian Silver Icon – marked 84 (.875 silver content) hand painted saint over wood covered in decorative repoussé silver (Riza Oklad – meaning robe covered over the icon in decorative metal/silver/gold). The icon is miniature – measuring just 2 inches high x 1 1/2 inches wide placed over a velvet lined and oval wood frame. The icon is pre Russian revolution dating sometime between 1895-1917.
Marked: : .84 silver mark & makers mark CKE (cyrillic)
Measures: 5 1/8 inches long x 4 1/8 inches wide (frame).
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A silver box with an unusual shape of two boxes offset. The top is hand chased in a coastal scene with 1 tiny spot of brass inlay representing the sun. Marked with Chinese hallmarks and maker.
Marked: Unknown Chinese Hallmarked/ Silver Export.
Measures: 2 1/8 inches x 2 inches ( 5/8 inches thick).
Excellent condition. (There is a slight bend located on the bottom rim, with minimal surface marks from gentle use and age.)
A late 19th century wine claret jug with silver-plated handle, collar and base. The lid has a lion raised over a shield. The collar has masked faces decoration. The body is beautifully etched.
English Hallmarked Sterling Heart-Shaped Jewelry Box – Dated London 1906.
A English hallmarked sterling heart-shaped hinged jewelry box with fabric liner, it is dated London 1906. It has an elegant footed design, a lovely heart shape decorated with simple smooth lines. Inside the box, there is a fabric liner in a dark burgundy colour, and has two hinges in solid working condition.
A delightful English Hallmarked sterling heart-shaped hinged box, perfect for a unique gift, or for collectors.
Marked: English Hallmarks. Sterling Silver. London. Dated 1906.
Measures: 3 1/2 wide. 2 inches tall. 1 inch deep.
Excellent Condition. No dents and cracks. Minimal surface scratches from gentle use.
German .800 Silver Oval Hinged Repoussé Decorated Box, circa 1880.
A lovely . 800 silver oval hinged repoussé decorated box, it dates circa 1880, Germany. The box is beautifully decorated with a scene depicting a romantic tale of a shepherd courting a lady with his sheep in the background. It is also chased with elegant accents of florals, leaves and musical instruments bordering the vignette, and around the perimeter of the box.
A lovely repoussé decorated box in German silver, it would make a unique gift, or art object for holding fine objects.
Marked: On the bottom, German crescent moon and crown mark and marked .800 for the content of silver (80%).
Measures: 3 3/4 inches long x 2 3/4 inches deep x 7/8 inches tall.
Excellent Condition. No dents, or repairs.
A fantastic Micro Mosaic Roman Cross – in a Petit Bouquet and Star Pattern With Four-Basilicas scenes inlaid in micro mosaics. Inlaid onto a chrome / metal backed cross. The basilicas are inlaid at each end of the cross with a bouquet of flowers in the centre. Most likely a souvenir of the ‘Grand Tour’ in Rome – very nice quality. Dates circa 1900.
Measures: 8 inches tall x 4 3/8 inches wide (1/8 inches thick)
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A beautiful light blue guilloché enamelled card case tiny blue cabochon on the opening. Card case is dated 1927 by Adie Bros Ltd, Birmingham.
Marked with English sterling hallmarks, made in England and Makers marks.
Measures: 3 1/8 inches long x 2 1/8 inches wide.
Tall 19 Inches High- Silver Plated Vase – Circa.1900.
A beautiful silver-plated vase, it dates circa 1900. The design is simple, yet elegant with a tall narrow body, small neck, round rim and round footed pedestal. The form is soft with smooth edges, its has a unique modern minimal shape with no decorative accents.
A lovely tall silver-plated vase, it would make a timeless gift, or art object for the home.
Unknown Marker. Victorian Period
Measures: 19 inches tall.
Excellent Condition. No dents. Minor patination commensurate with use and age.
A exquisite ‘English Sterling Hallmarked and Crystal Heart-Shaped Box’, it dates during the late reign of Queen Victoria. It features a lovely heart-shaped lid inscribed in the centre with a beaded border, and a beautiful crystal cut glass heart-shaped base.
Marked: English Sterling Hallmarked.(‘lion’ for sterling .925) Marker: H. Mathews. (Dated ‘d’ for 1901. ‘anchor’ for City of Birmingham.)
Measures: 2 inches tall x 4 inches wide.
Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks or dents in silver. (Minimal surface scratches from gentle use and age.)
A georgian style American sterling silver “Wax Jack” – with extra wax jack candles. Top pinches to open holder for long candle. Including original snuffer. Made by:
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)
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 lovely sterling silver epergne having a single centre flute and 3 additional hanging baskets. English hallmarked Sterling for London, dated 1906.
Measures: 12 inches tall.
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.