Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Biscuit Tins, Barrels and Boxes
A superb quality Victorian oval Atkin Brothers silver plate trinket or biscuit box with a hinged lid, cast applied garlands and cast lion finial. The plain box sits in a removable cast frame with garlands and lion and wreath swing handles and stands on four paw feet. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1890).
A stylish antique plain Walker & Hall silver plated trinket or biscuit box with a domed cushion shaped hinged lid. The oval plain body sits on an oval stand with four cast plain scroll feet. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1900).
An attractive Victorian James Deakin & Son oval silver plated biscuit box with a hinged domed lid and a plain body leading down to a shaped pierced floral and engraved border base standing on four pad feet. (Circa 1890).
A very stylish Edwardian silver plated barrel or box with a pull off lid and circular plain body with wire work scroll decoration, a swing handle, a clear glass liner and stands on four ball feet. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1910).
A very decorative Victorian silver plated electrotype box with a band of Cherubs working in a wheat field and fishing and with a hinged fruit and barley decorated lid. Standing on a splayed Acanthus leaf base. (c.1875).
A superb quality Elkington & Co silver plated barrel with electro form detailed decoration of cherubs. The circular hinged lid has a detachable Cupid finial. The body has a frieze of Cherubs and stands on a decorative floral splayed foot. (Circa 1870).
Decorative Victorian silver plated electrotype oval hinged box with scenes of Roman chariots and horses. (c.1880)
A very charming Austrian silver oval shaped lidded box very well made with good gauge silver, giving the box a very sturdy feel. (c.1900)
A good quality antique Victorian silver mounted and cut glass barrel with a pull off lid, looped swing handle with a ball decoration. (1898)
A decorative Victorian silver plated biscuit barrel with banded scenes of Asian gods and animals. (c.1890)
A very stylish plain Mappin & Webb silver plated and clear glass biscuit box. (c.1900)