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BM992

Pair of Victorian sterling silver open serving dishes. Made by Edgar Finley & Hugh Taylor in London in 1885. Each: Rectangular with curved sides and flat crimped rim. Engraved stalactite ornament on sides and rim. Radiating sun engraved in well center. Rests on 4 fancy supports. Distinctive late 19th-century design in the Regency style. Hallmark includes retailer’s name Howell & James of Regent Street.

Dimensions: H 2 1/4 x W 11 x D 7 5/8 in. Total weight: 45.7 troy ounces. #BM992

Sale Price: $2,275.00
Listed Price $3,250.00
BM883

George V sterling silver cow creamer. Made in London in 1923. A beneficent bovine with stocky body, pointy horns and flexed ears. Sweet expression with gaping mouth and red glass eyes. Hinged back flap and ring handle in form of flicked-back tail. Indistinct maker’s mark. Very good condition and patina.

Dimensions: H 4 3/4 x W 2 3/8 x D 7 in. Weight: 7.3 troy ounces. #BM883

Sale Price: $1,575.00
Listed Price $2,250.00
BM979

Edwardian sterling silver cigarette case. Made by Henry Matthews in Birmingham in 1907. Rectangular and hinged. On cover a fresh-faced goalie kicks back the ball. It’s the start of the game, judging by his clean uniform. Interlaced monogram also on cover. Interior gilt. Hallmarked. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 3 3/8 x W 2 5/8 x D 5/8 in. Weight: 1.77 troy ounces. #BM979

Sale Price: $696.50
Listed Price $995.00
BP450

George III sterling silver salver. Made by Thomas Daniel in London in 1791. Oval with reeded rim. Large armorial engraved in center. Ornamental border with paterae inset in rinceaux. A beautiful piece with fine period engraving – that is, the crest belongs to the first owner. Rests on 4 tapering supports terminating in volute scrolls. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.

Dimensions: H 1 1/2 x W 17 x D 12 3/4 in. Weight: 47.9 troy ounces. #BP450

Sale Price: $4,200.00
Listed Price $6,000.00
BM967

Interesting Art Deco sterling silver picture frame. Made by Deakin & Francis in Birmingham, England in 1931. Straight sides, shaped top, and bracket supports. Allover engine-turned wave decoration. With glass, silk lining, and stained-wood back and hinged support. Fully hallmarked on side. Very good condition with nice period patina.

Dimensions: Frame: H 7 1/8 x W 4 3/4 in. Window: H 5 1/2 x W 3 3/4 in. #BM967

Sale Price: $420.00
Listed Price $600.00
BO889

Edwardian sterling silver baby cup. Made by James Wakely and Frank Wheeler in London in 1901. Hunt frieze with baying hounds and doomed boar. Animals in repousse with floral garlands and scrolls. Strapwork cartouche (vacant). Stepped foot and scroll bracket handle capped with flowers. Hallmarked. Nice condition and patina.

Dimensions: H 4 x W 4 1/4 x D 3 in. Weight: 6.3 troy ounces. #BO889

Sale Price: $665.00
Listed Price $950.00
BM890

George V sterling silver trophy cup. Made by Edward Barnard & Sons in London in 1916. Ovoid body on raised foot, leaf-capped double-scroll side handles, and dome cover with finial. Chased and repousse flowers and scrolls and 2 scrolled cartouches (vacant). Rich gilding. Sumptuous – very much a first prize. Hallmarked. Fine condition and patina.

Dimensions: H 12 1/2 x W 11 x D 6 in. Weight: 37.6 troy ounces. BM890

Sale Price: $3,150.00
Listed Price $4,500.00
BM740

George III sterling silver snuffbox. Made in London in 1822. Rectangular with curved corners and flat and hinged cover. Allover engine turning. On cover are two chased rectangular floral bands and central oval frame with presentation: To the officers of the / 65th / from Lt Colonel Warren. Cover has applied and scrolled tab. Box sides have two wrap-around chased floral bands. Box and cover interior lightly gilt and partitioned. A fine piece of 18th-century militaria.

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Sale Price: $2,100.00
Listed Price $3,000.00
BO446

George V celluloid perpetual calendar in sterling silver frame. Made in Birmingham in 1924. Face has printed calendar. On side is the paper weekday strip, which can be manipulated by lever on the back. Back also celluloid with hinged support. Indistinct maker’s mark. Functioning condition. Frame very good. Some wear and discoloration to celluloid and paper. Back slightly detached.

Dimensions: 3 5/8 x W 4 7/8 x D 1/4 in. BO446

Sale Price: $157.50
Listed Price $225.00
BO843

Georgian-style sterling silver coffee service. Made by James Robinson in London. This service comprises coffeepot, creamer, and sugar. Coffeepot: straight and upward tapering sides, hinged dome cover with finial, s-scroll spout with hinged cap, and wood c-scroll handle. Creamer: baluster body, short foot, v-spout, and capped s-scroll handle. Sugar: curved sides, short foot, and molded rim. Traditional with great heft.

Hallmark includes date letters for 1965 (creamer and sugar) and 1967... Click for details

Sale Price: $2,275.00
Listed Price $3,250.00
BO879

Traditional sterling silver salver. Made by Edward Viner in Sheffield in 1946. Square with molded rim and concave corners. Rests on 4 leaf-capped volute scrolls. Hallmark includes retailer’s name Cheltenham & Co. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 1 3/8 x W 10 1/2 x D 10 1/2 in. Weight: 20 troy ounces. BO879

Sale Price: $1,295.00
Listed Price $1,850.00
BO214

Regency sterling silver stuffing spoon. Made in London in 1824. Tapering handle and oval bowl. Indistinct maker’s mark – appears to be RR for Robert Rutland, a flatware maker in the early 19th century. Nice condition and patina.

Length: 11 1/2 in. Weight: 3.5 troy ounces. BO214

Sale Price: $227.50
Listed Price $325.00
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