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Georgian hallmarked Sterling Silver Cruet Stand & Later Condiment Bottles 1805

Nov 9, 2019 |
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Georgian Sterling Silver Cruet Stand. This set is contained in a sterling silver cruet stand. This has a rectangular base with concaved corners, four ovoid struts that support circular holders with roped edging and there is a long, looped handle. The stand is clearly hallmarked for London 1805 with the makers mark of Joseph Ash … read more

Georgian hallmarked Sterling Silver Cruet Stand & Later Condiment Bottles 1805

Oct 21, 2019 |
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Georgian Sterling Silver Cruet Stand. This set is contained in a sterling silver cruet stand. This has a rectangular base with concaved corners, four ovoid struts that support circular holders with roped edging and there is a long, looped handle. The stand is clearly hallmarked for London 1805 with the makers mark of Joseph Ash … read more

Georgian Antique Solid Silver English George III Pepper Pounce Pot Shaker Caster

Oct 7, 2019 |
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This is an early 19th-century (1821) sterling silver Georgian Regency pepper pot. Urnular body, decorated with fluting, raised on a pedestal spreading foot. Original matching pull-off lid, both marked WF for William Fountain. The pedestal base has a weaved border, matching the weaved pattern on the lid. Fully hallmarked both on the lid and body. … read more

2x Georgian Solid Silver Salt and Pepper Shakers, Henry Chawner 1794, George III

Jun 27, 2018 |

Weight = 62 grams. The shakers are in really nice condition overall, some signs of wear, as seen in the pictures. More antique silver listed – do feel free to have a look at my other items! The item “2x Georgian Solid Silver Salt and Pepper Shakers, Henry Chawner 1794, George III” is in sale … read more

Georgian Solid Silver Thistle Pepper Pot Joseph Willmore

Aug 19, 2017 |

A Georgian solid silver pepper pot in the style of a thistle by Joseph Wilmore. There is a well fitting screw top lid and it sits levelly on three leaf design feet. There is a repair at the junction of the stem and one of the leaf feet, taking out the date letter. The silversmiths … read more

Georgian Antique English Sterling Silver Salts 1729

Aug 18, 2017 |

Lovely soild sterling silver round salts on three legs London 1729 with gilt bowls. In wonderful condition, clear marks to base. 170 grams, maker IS diameter 75 mm, hight 40 mm. The item “Georgian Antique English Sterling Silver Salts 1729″ is in sale since Monday, May 15, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Solid … read more

Georgian Hennell Antique English Sterling Silver Cruet Condiment Set London 1797

Jul 5, 2017 |

A fine Georgian sterling silver cruet set made by Robert and David Hennell and hallmarked in London 1797/8. The set consist of a silver stand which is hallmarked in two places and 8 glass bottles, 6 of which have silver tops and 2 of which have spoons attached. The oval stand sits firmly on 4. … read more

Georgian Silver & Cut Crystal 4 Bottle Cruet & Stand HM London George III 1805

Feb 19, 2017 |

Georgian Silver & Cut Crystal 4 Bottle Cruet & Stand HM London George III 1805. Silver stand in very nice unworn, undamaged condition with lovely old patina. Unusually, the stand is all silver rather than with the normal wooden insert. Never having been engraved. All four cut crystal bottles original even though silver gilt cayenne … read more

Georgian Sterling Silver Sugar / Pepper Caster Flame Finial Solomon Hougham 1766

Jan 29, 2017 |

Superb Georgian sterling silver pepper or sugar caster, fully hallmarked for London 1766. This is a very fine quality silver caster made early in the reign of King George III by Solomon Hougham in London 1766. The caster is of classic lighthouse shape with a finely chased and pierced pull-off lid with flame finial. The … read more

Georgian Sterling Silver Sugar Pepper Caster Urn Finial James Wilks London 1752

Jan 26, 2017 |

Superb Georgian sterling silver pepper or sugar caster, fully hallmarked for London 1752. This is a very fine quality silver caster made in the reign of King George II by James Wilks in London 1752. The caster is of classic lighthouse shape with a finely chased and pierced pull-off lid with flame finial. The body … read more