Beautiful Victorian Benetfink & Co silver plated claret jug. The mount has garland engraving cast Bacchus mask spout and unusual handle with a gargoyle motif. The clear glass body has beautiful engraving of floral scenes and an empty circular cartouche. In very good re-plated condition. (c.1890).
A very attractive Victorian silver plated claret jug. The mount has floral engraving, cast fluted spout and a most unusual stylised handle. The tapering cylindrical glass body has been engraved with ferns and finished with a star cut base in very good re-plated condition. (c.1895).
A very smart looking John Grinsell & Son oak and silver plate barrel with a domed pull off lid and white china liner. The oak body has ball and looped handles, empty shield shape cartouche standing on three large ball feet. In very good re-plated condition. (c.1895).
A handsome looking late Victorian oak and silver plated trophy, flower or food container with a frosted glass liner, two applied bracket style handles, banding and an empty shield shape cartouche. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1890).
A most unusual and decorative late Victorian oak and silver plate ink stand rectangular in shape with 'D' shaped ends. Applied acorn and rustic branch handle, two square pyramid shaped cut glass ink bottles and a central drawer with an acorn and leaf handle. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1890).
A charming boxed set of four novelty Victorian silver and oak salts fitted in their original velvet lined box. The four salts are in the form of polished oak pails with silver mounts and looped handles with white china liners. With four matching design salt spoons. (1882).
A very smart and completely plain pebble shaped silver tobacco box, internally guilt and with a spring loaded lid which is popped open by gently squeezing the ends of the box in the palm of one hand. In very good original condition. (1922).
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Piers began his career with the good fortune of obtaining a 6 year apprenticeship with the London and New York company of silver dealers, S J Shrubsole. At the same time, he studied at the Sir John Cass School of Art in London and in 1979...