Browse our stunning collection of antique silver, sterling silver and silver plate salvers and trays
A George III 7" (17.8cm) circular silver salver with a shell motif border, engraved with a family crest and standing on three cast hoof feet. Presented by The Great Western Railway Company (GWR) to M.H.B Gilmour as a mark of their appreciation of his services. (1764)
A very decorative antique Victorian circular silver plated salver with beautiful floral and scroll chasing, an empty cartouche, shaped beaded border and standing on three claw and ball feet. (Circa 1875).
An elegant Georgian style silver salver with a shaped gadroon border and a plain un-engraved face standing on three cast claw and ball feet. (1924).
A super quality vintage Asprey circular silver Art Deco style salver with a plain centre and a six section ribbed border standing on three turned ivory bun feet. (1936).
An impressive large 13" (33cm) antique Victorian silver salver with an applied shell and scroll border, a plain face and standing on three leaf and scroll feet. Very good quality and weight and in excellent condition. (1890).
A very good quality circular Elkington & Co silver salver with a Chippendale style border standing on three cast hoof feet. Without inscriptions. (1925).
Late Victorian Walker & Hall oak and silver plate gallery tray with a low bar gallery, hooped handles and standing on four bun feet. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1900)
A good quality cut corner oak and silver plated tray with a double rail gallery, applied scroll handles and an empty rectangular cartouche. (Circa 1900).
A late Victorian cut corner John Grinsell & Son oak and silver plate gallery tray. (Circa 1890).