A large Sheffield silver plated coaster large enough for a magnum bottle of wine. Wood bottom and silver plated on copper body with decorative border rim.
Dates England, circa 1870.
Marked with a Sheffield mark on side.
An American Tiffany & Co. three handled loving cup Dog trophy for Chow-Chow competition. Marked Tiffany & co. Makers on bottom. Mark dates trophy for 1925.
Gilt Box By English Silversmith Daniel Hockley. Dated, 1814.
A small gilt box in silver with English Silver Hallmarks, it is dated 1814. The marker Daniel Hockley, was one of the first English silversmiths settlers in Eastern Cape, Port Elizabeth during the 1820s. It is decorated with a leaf and flower border around the body, with a curved edge in the centre it is easy to open and close. The top and bottom is engraved with a net pattern in shape of a rectangle to form emphasis on the unique design and structure.
This piece was once used as an everyday day object for snuff.
Marked: D.H stands for Daniel Hockley. Leopard with Crown. Dated with the letter ‘T’ for 1814. Duty Mark with the head during the reign of George III.
85 grams in silver.
Measures: 3 inches in length x 1 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent Condition: No repairs. (minimal scratches and rubbing on surface, with a small tarnish on the interior of one hinge from gentle use )
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)
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.