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English Silver: 19th Century Silver

Travel back in history to the 1800s with 19th century silver antiques. Some of our antiques include kitchen supplies like sugar baskets and teapots, decanters, match boxes, trophies, and more. Each piece has gorgeous detailing and is made from English sterling silver. Nelson and Nelson can help you expand your 19th century silver antiques collection.
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BQ165

William IV sterling silver salver. Made by Richard Sibley in London in 1835. Circular with gadrooned rim and 3 pierced and leaf-mounted shell supports. Armorial with Latin motto Fidelitas engraved in well center, surrounded by Gothic arcade with leaves and flowers. Hallmark and London retailer’s stamp Makepeace. Good condition with nice patina.

Dimensions: H 1 x D 9 in. Weight: 14 troy ounces. #BQ165

Sale Price: $840.00
Listed Price $1,200.00
BN363

Aesthetic sterling silver decanter. Made by Frederick Elkington in Birmingham in 1886. Baluster body round stepped foot. Helmet mouth with turned-down leaves hinged flap. (Mouth interior and flap lightly gilt). Scroll handle with applied leaves and flowers. Stippled band with blossoming branch of lily of the valley. Hallmarked. Very good condition with deep patina.

Dimensions: H 13 x D 4 1/2 in. Weight: 25 troy ounces. #BN363

Sale Price: $3,465.00
Listed Price $4,950.00
BN335

Pair of Regency sterling silver covered dishes. Made by Paul Storr in London in 1817. Each: Rectangular bowl has gadrooned rim with leaves and scallop shells. Double-domed cover has gadrooning and leaf bracket handle with lion’s heads mounted to patera. Engraved armorial with Latin motto Nihil Sine Labore (Nothing Without Work). Hallmarked.

Dishes are on Sheffield plate stands with detachable liners. Each stand has bold gadrooning with leaf-mounted volute scroll supports at corners. Leaf... Click for details

Sale Price: $32,500.00
Listed Price $50,000.00
BN302

Victorian sterling silver novelty mug. Made by Mackay & Chisholm in Edinburgh in 1865. Mug in shape of old-fashioned wood barrel with straight and tapering staves and applied and studded hoops and scroll bracket handle. Gilt-washed interior. Engraved armorial and script presentation dated 1866. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.

Dimensions: H 2 1/2 x W 3 1/2 x D 2 1/2 in. Weight: 4 troy ounces. #BN302

Sale Price: $595.00
Listed Price $850.00
BN301

William IV silver wine funnel. Made John McKay in Edinburgh in 1835. Strainer has turned-down rim with worked leaf-and-dart border and pendant scallop shell, and is set in bowl with molded rim and engraved armorial. Late Georgian design with Victorian duty mark. Hallmarked. Condition very good. In full working order.

Dimensions: H 5 1/2 x D 3 1/4 in. Weight: 5 troy ounces. #BN301

Sale Price: $1,155.00
Listed Price $1,650.00
BP148

Victorian sterling silver cigarette cup and lighter. Made by Louis Dee in London in 1883. Round cup with solid well and partitions. Sides have open rectangles. Flying scroll handle and conical lighter. Rests on 3 discs. Functional and advanced design. Hallmarked. On underside Parisian retailer's name Love & Harvey. Very good condition with threaded wick.

Dimensions: H 2 5/8 x W 8 x D 4 in. Gross weight: 13.4 troy ounces. #BP148

Sale Price: $1,295.00
Listed Price $1,850.00
BP424

Victorian crystal decanter with sterling silver mounts. Made by John Newton Mappin & George Webb in London in 1869. Globular body with upward tapering neck and flat circular foot. Allover acid-etched stars plus one cut to foot underside. Silver collar with classical masks (possibly Bacchus) and fruiting grapevines. Cover hinged and raised with cast finial in figure of countryman seated on barrel. Capped bracket handle. Interlaced script monogram engraved on cover. A fine early piece by the... Click for details

Sale Price: $4,550.00
Listed Price $6,500.00
BO882

Victorian sterling silver and salmon crystal decanter. Made by John Thomas Heath & John Hartshorne Middleton in London in 1891. Curved sides and flat scalloped foot. Ten vertical lobes with entwined cut-to-clear blossoming branches. Flower heads engraved on foot underside. Silver collar with hinged cover and c-scroll handle with similar ornament. Interlaced monogram engraved on cover. Fully hallmarked. Especially interesting is the St Petersburg import mark. Good enough for czarist Russia and... Click for details

Sale Price: $8,125.00
Listed Price $12,500.00
BP787

Pair of Neoclassical sterling silver candelabra. Made by Henry Wilkinson & Co. in England, 1893-94. Each: Tall column with stop fluting on stepped square base. Central socket with flame finial between two capped rinceaux arms each terminating in single socket. Composite capitals. Bobeches square and detachable. Bobeche and base rims gadrooned. Can be converted to candlestick. A desirable pair in a never out of fashion style.

Fully hallmarked with city marks for London and Sheffield and... Click for details

Sale Price: $3,150.00
Listed Price $4,500.00
BP499

Victorian sterling silver basket. Made by James Charles Edington in London in 1853. Openwork sides with applied fruits. Set in rim are bearded faces of olden days warrior. Armorial shield cartouche (vacant). Scrolled swing handle and 4 supports terminating in volute scrolls. Cobalt glass liner. An eclectic design that mixes Gothic and Classical. Hallmarked. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H (with handle) 7 5/8 x D 4 3/4 in. Weight (silver only): 10.2 troy ounces. #BP499

Sale Price: $840.00
Listed Price $1,200.00
BD656

Victorian sterling silver salver. Made by Frederick Elkington in London in 1871. Circular and scalloped with beaded rim. Well has central frame (vacant) encircled by stylized flowers, shells, and scrollwork. Rests on shell-mounted volute supports. Traditional form with midcentury stylized ornament. Hallmarked. Fine condition.

Large dimensions: H 2 1/8 x W 18 1/2 x D 18 1/2 in. Weight: 73.6 troy ounces. #BD656

Sale Price: $4,550.00
Listed Price $6,500.00
BP695

Victorian sterling silver chamberstick. Made by Horace Woodward & Co. in London in 1894. Lobed and bellied socket on raised trapezoidal base mounted to center of rectangular tray. Scrolled handle with impressed thumb rest. Thumb rest, tray, and bobeche rims gadrooned. Bobeche detachable. An inspired example of Georgian Revival. Large tray guaranteed to catch any dripping or puddling wax. Engraved armorial with Latin motto Ex candore decus (that is, Honor from sincerity). Very good condition.... Click for details

Sale Price: $840.00
Listed Price $1,200.00
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