Browse our stunning collection of antique silver, sterling silver and silver plate salvers and trays
A very smart looking Edwardian silver tray in a rectangular form with cut corners and decorative border. The face has straight lined engine turned pattern with a central cartouche and engraved family crest. In very good original condition. (1911).
A very good quality George III style Victorian silver salver in a circular form with an applied shell and scroll. The face has a beautiful engraved dragon crest and stand on three claw and ball feet. In very good original condition. (1891).
A charming engraved Victorian silver salver in an unusual square shape with a plain gallery border and beautiful floral bright cut engraving and a central circular empty cartouche standing on four bun feet. In very good original condition. (1880).
A good quality 30.4cm (12") Victorian silver plated salver in a shaped circular form beaded border. The face is engraved with foliage and flowers. Empty centre cartouche and stands on three claw and ball feet. In very good re-silvered condition. (Circa 1895).
A charming 12.7cm (5") silver salver with a plain square face and shaped corners without inscriptions and standing on four cast hoof feet. In very good original condition. (1930).
A charming quality George III silver salver in a circular form with raised beaded borders, plain face and a beautiful floral and garland cartouche. Standing on three cast curved beaded feet. In very good condition. (1782).
A very attractive and unusual square shaped silver salver manufactured with a good gauge of silver with shaped corners, a delicate leaf motif on the half round border and a plain face standing on four cast hoof feet. In very good original condition. (1934).
A very smart good quality 12" round Tiffany & Co sterling silver salver with a plain face and reeded border without any feet or inscriptions. In pristine polished condition. (Circa 1940).
A superb quality antique Elkington & Co silver plated 12" (30.5cm) circular salver with a rope style border a band of scroll and floral bright cut engraving and an empty circular cartouch standing on three cast scroll and shell style feet. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1890).
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)
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).