Browse our Range of Antique Wood and Silver and Silver Plate Items
A very decorative late Victorian antique oak and silver plated barrel with a rope twist style swing handle, pull off lid and two empty cartouche. The oak barrel has a band of floral carvings and has the original china liner. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1900).
A very stylish John Grinsell & Son oak and silver plate half pint tankard. The cylindrical form oak body has a silver liner, d shaped handle, empty shield cartouche and stands on three ball feet. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1890).
An unusual John Grinsell & Son novelty Victorian cruet set in the form of a cart constructed with oak and silver plate with four original cut glass salt, pepper, mustard and oil bottles. The moving wheels are marked with a diamond registration and makers mark. In very good original condition. (Circa 1885).
A large Edwardian oak and silver plate bowl with the original removable white China liner. The oak bowl has silver plated mounts including side handles and an empty shield shaped cartouche. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1910).
A very decorative late Victorian oak and silver plated mug with a tapering rustic carved body, silver plated bands and a sheild shaped empty cartouch. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1900).
A very stylish Edwardian oak and silver plated barrel with a white china liner with a lift off lid and ball finial matching the large ball feet. Two swing handles sit either side of the body and with an empty shield cartouche. In very good re-plated condition.
A novelty English equestrian oak and silver plated horse shoe design ink stand with an oak base and an applied horse shoe with two looped pen holders and a detachable glass ink well standing on three bun feet. (c.1900)
A decorative cow horn standing oak gong with a rectangular base and silver plate decorative corners. (Circa 1900).
A very decorative wall mounted horse head gong mounted on a shield shaped plaque with original striker and polished copper and brass components. (circa 1900).
A handsome oak and silver plated mounted water or beer jug. (c.1890)