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A George III Silver Caster, London 1788
A George III solid silver caster on pedestal foot, the pull-off lid with spiral finial.
Standing approximately 6"tall x 2.1/4"maximum diameter, it has full hallmarks to the body for London 1788 by Stephen Adams and partial corresponding marks to the lid. The marks to the body are somewhat rubbed but perfectly legible, and the caster is in good condition without solder repairs or dents, it sits straight without wobble and the lid fits firmly and securely.
Ref: 12641 URC
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A George III Silver Caster, London 1810 By S. Dutton.
A George III solid silver caster on pedestal foot and with acorn finial.
Measuring approximately 5.7/8"tall x 2.1/4"maximum diameter, it has full hallmarks to the body for London 1810 by Samuel Dutton and partial corresponding marks to the pull-off lid. Bearing in mind its 206 years of age, it is in very good condition with no solder repairs or dents, it sits straight without wobble and the pull-off lid fits snugly and securely.
Ref: 12640 UBC
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A George III Silver Cheese Scoop With Ivory Handle, London 1815.
A good, George III solid silver Stilton cheese scoop with ivory handle, all of heavy gauge silver and strong construction.
It measures approximately 9.3/4"long x 1"width of blade, and has well struck hallmarks for London 1815 by William Fountain and is in very good condition with no damage or repairs and only a very tight and stable split to the ivory as shown in picture 4
Ref: NS8732MCC
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A George III Silver Coffee Pot, London 1775.
An excellent George III solid silver coffee pot of baluster form, with lovely cast spout and fruitwood handle.
With full hallmarks to the base and corresponding partial marks to the lid for London 1775 by John Robins, it is of generous height and gauge of metal, standing approximately 11.1/4"tall and weighing 27 troy ounces and is in super condition with no damage, removals or repairs and with well struck, clear hallmarks.
Ref: 11905UMRC
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A George III Silver Cream Jug, Newcastle Circa 1795-1800.
An attractive, George III solid silver cream jug with part fluted body and bright cut decoration.
Standing approximately 5.1/2"long over the spout and handle x 2.3/8"wide x 4.3/4"maximum height, it has well struck hallmarks for Newcastle circa 1795-1800 by Thos. Watson listed as working from 1793-1845, and is in very good condition with no damage, dents or repairs.
Ref: 11280UNA
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A George III Silver Meat Skewer, London 1808.
A good, George III solid silver meat skewer with attractively reeded ring terminal and family crest to the reverse.
Measuring a generous 13.1/4"long and weighing approximately 3.1/4 troy ounces, it has well struck and clear hallmarks for London 1808 with the not so well struck makers mark probably "WR" for William Reynolds, and is in very good condition with no damage or repair and the blade is straight and true with only the usual scratching from use.
Ref: 12042UER 12042UER
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A George III Silver Punch Ladle By Thomas Smith.
An attractively shaped, George III solid silver punch ladle with well turned wood handle. At approximately 12.1/2" overall length, it is fully hallmarked for London 1769 by Thomas Smith, the marks being somewhat rubbed but still perfectly legible, and the handle is without damage or movement.
Ref: 11379AR
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A George III Silver Samovar, London 1789 By Fogelberg & Gilbert.
A lovely quality, George III solid silver samovar or hot water dispenser with internal heating tube. Of elegant reeded and fluted design, it has bright cut decoration, original "Serpent" insignia and shaped and reeded spigot with ivory mounted faucet. Most unusually, the silver finial to the lid is elongated to extend into the cistern and perforated, presumably designed to allow the rise and fall of the finial (as shown in picture 4) to allow the automatic venting of steam. It stands approximately 12"tall x 9"wide over the handles, and is hallmarked for London 1789 by Andrew Fogelberg (to whom Paul Storr was apprenticed) and Stephen Gilbert. It carries a full set of hallmarks under the base which are clear and sharp, plus the partial set to the cover as shown, and appears to be in lovely original condition without damage or repair and only a few small signs of its 222 years of age.
Ref: 11295MNLD
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A George III Silver Sauce Tureen, London 1794 By Smith & Hayter.
A good quality George III solid silver sauce tureen on pedestal foot, the handles of split leaf design and the body with vacant shield to one side and never initialled or monogrammed.
It measures approximately 9.1/4"long over the handles x 4.1/4"wide x 6.3/4"tall, and is made from a good heavy gauge of metal, weighing a substantial 19.1/2 troy ounces. It has a full set of well struck hallmarks to the base for London 1794 by George Smith & Thomas Hayter with a part set to the lid, and is in excellent condition with no damage, dents or repairs and has had no removals or erasures.
Ref: 12332EAE
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A George III Silver Vinaigrette By John Shaw.
A good quality, George III solid silver vinaigrette with finely pierced and engraved gilt grille. It measures approximately 1.3/8" long x 13/16" wide x 3/8" deep, is hallmarked for Birmingham 1810 and is in nice condition with both hinges working well, the lid closing snugly and flush, and only a couple of small bruises to the lid.
Ref: 10918MUB
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A George III Silver Wine Funnel, London 1791 By C Hougham.
A good George III solid silver two part wine funnel, with pierced strainer, shaped clip and both top and bottom sections with reeded decoration.
Measuring approximately 3.1/2"diameter x 5"high, it is hallmarked for London 1791 by Charles Hougham and is in very good condition with no solder repairs or dents. and the hallmarks are well struck and clearly legible with only slight rubbing.
Ref: 11370BCC
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A George III Solid Silver Vinaigrette, Birmingham 1810.
A nice quality, George III silver vinaigrette with silver-gilt interior and attractively pierced grille. Measuring approximately 1.3/8" long x 13/16" wide x 3/8" deep, it is hallmarked for Birmingham 1810 by John Shaw and is in good used condition. The hinges open and close well, the lid fits snugly all around and the engraved decoration is still in good condition.There are two slight bruises to the lid, slight enough that they are not dents, and the hallmarks to the bottom where the sponge would sit, comprising the town mark, makers mark and date letter, are not particularly well struck, but are legible.
Ref: 10918MUB
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A George III Solid Silver Wine Cooler By R&S Hennell.
A rare George III solid silver wine cooler with parcel gilt interior, the part fluted body with applied cast handles with Bacchus masks raised on a circular foot and one side with engraved family crest within a grapevine cartouche, the other with a vacant cartouche.
It stands approximately 11"tall x 8"wide over the handles, weighs a substantial 42 troy ounces and is hallmarked for London 1811 by Robert and Samuel Hennell. It is in excellent condition with no damage, dents or repairs and apart from the makers stamp being partially rubbed, the hallmarks are clear and legible.
Ref: 11997MCCC
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A George IV or William IV Presentation Silver Table Snuffbox.
A good, George IV/William IV solid silver table snuffbox, with original presentation inscription to the lid interior. Of good size it measures approximately 3.1/4"long x 2.1/8"wide x 7/8"deep and weighs 4.5 troy ozs, with well struck hallmarks for Birmingham 1830 by Edward Smith. It is in excellent condition with no damage or repair, the lid closing smoothly and firmly and the engine turned decoration is still well defined.
Ref: 11412ERC
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A George IV Silver Lidded Cut Glass Dressing Table Box.
A lovely quality, late Georgian silver lidded dressing table or travelling box, cut glass container. The solid silver lid is finely pierced and engraved with thistles, flowers and foliage, and the cut decoration to the glass box is of super quality. It measures approximately 7.1/4"long x 1.1/2"wide x 1.1/2"deep, has well struck hallmarks for London 1829 by Archibald Douglas. It is in excellent condition with no damage or repair to the silver, and whilst I'm sure that the glass will have a little nibble or two, I can't find any!
Ref: 11418LM
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A George IV Silver Snuff Box By Nathaniel Mills.
A good quality, George IV solid silver snuff box by the highly respected specialist maker, Nathaniel Mills. Measuring 2.1/8"long x 1.1/4"wide x 7/16"deep, it is fully and clearly hallmarked for Birmingham 1825 and it has some light wear to the engine turned decoration to the area left of the cartouche and scratching to the cartouche where initials may have been removed, and four dings to the inside of the lid, but these are shallow and do not show on the exterior surface. Other than this it is in very good condition, with the hinge being smooth and tight and the lid closing snugly and securely.
Ref: 11288MRU
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A George IV Silver Vinaigrette By T. Shaw.
A good quality, solid silver vinaigrette with superbly pierced and engraved grille. Measuring approximately 1.1/2"long x 1.1/8"wide x 3/8"deep, it has good clear hallmarks for Birmingham 1827 by Thomas Shaw and is in very good condition with no damage or repair, the lid fits smoothly and snugly, the decoration is still well defined and the silver-gilt finish to the interior is bright and clean.
Ref: 11415UAR
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A George IV Solid Silver Vinaigrette.
A good, George IV silver vinaigrette, with super quality cast silver-gilt grille. Measuring approximately 1.1/8" long x 3/4" wide x 7/16" deep, it is hallmarked for Birmingham 1825 by Joseph Carnell and is in good condition, with both hinges working well and the lid closing firmly and flush all around. The engraved decoration to the lid shows signs of regular handling, and the rectangular cartouche may have been lightly engraved at one time, but is now clear and available to be re-personalised should the new owner desire.
Ref: 11206URB
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A GeorgeIV SCOTTISH Silver Punch Ladle.
A good, Scottish silver punch ladle with twisted whalebone handle, the overall length being 15.5". It carries full hallmarks for Glasgow 1821 with makers mark "R.D", possibly for Robert Duncan, and is in excellent condition with no damage or repairs.
Ref: 9535MUR
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A Georgian, Double Knop Air-Twist Stem Wine Glass.
A Georgian, pointed-funnel bowl wine glass, with double annular knop, air-twist stem and plain conical foot. Dating from circa 1750, it stands approximately 6" tall, with 2.1/8" maximum diameter bowl and 2.5/8" diameter foot, and is of good colour and weight. There are no chips or damage, and neither the rim nor the footrim have been ground or reduced.
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