Large English Old Sheffield Plated Venison Dome & Footed Warmer – circa 1840.Silver Holloware
A large Sheffield plate dome decorated with a family cot of arms over a well and tree, two handled, footed warmer base accented with a gadroon edge and decorative feet. The warmer allows for hot water to be filled inside to keep the turkey or roast warm while under the large dome.
Measures: 26 inches long (from handle to handle) x 15 inches high.
England, circa 1840.
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Pair of English 19th century Silver-plated and Crystal Compotes / Tazzas.
A fabulous pair of English compotes / tazzas with silver plated triangular bases and etched crystal bowls that sit up them. The bases are decorated with bird shapes which are attached by chains upwards towards the centre of the tazzas. The crystal dishes are deep for holding fruit or desserts and they bowls all hand etched.
English, circa 1880.
Each measures: 8.5 inches tall x 9 inches diameter.
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Pre-Revolution – Russian Silver Sugar Basket circa 1900
A pre-revolution Russian silver sugar basket – Moscow circa 1900. Hand engraved designs throughout the body with a handle on hinges that moves up and down.
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German .800 Silver Oval Hinged Repoussé BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED BOX, circa 1880.
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.
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GEORGE III Sterling Silver Tankard by John Langlands II English Hallmarked Newcastle-on-Tyne circa 1796Silver Holloware
GEORGE III Sterling Silver Tankard by John Langlands II English Hallmarked Newcastle-on-Tyne circa 1796
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.
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