Explore our Selection of Fine Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Toast Racks
A very unusual antique late Victorian oak and silver plated toast rack with an oval oak base, four pillar sections, a centre handle and a pair of egg cups standing at each end and four detachable beaded feet. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1890).
A handsome antique silver plated toast rack in the style of Christopher Dresser. The rectangular wire work frame has seven convex supports a center ball and bar handle and stands on four ball feet. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1890).
A very unusual beautifully made novelty silver plated rowing boat six division toast rack with a rudder on the stern and a pennant flag on the bow. The central handle is formed from a pair of boat hooks and a wreath. A Victorian registration mark can be found on the gunnel. The hull stands on a splayed branch effect foot. In very good re-plated condition....
A very good quality antique Victorian silver plated toast rack with six rope style hooped divisions and centre looped scroll handle. The oval rope wire base has four cast scroll and floral feet. In very good original silver plated condition. (Circa 1890).
An unusual antique Edwardian Asprey & Co silver plated heated toast rack with six divisions, ebony bar handle, original detachable aluminium hot plate and removable burner. The tripod stand is marked Asprey & Co and has a registration number 20718. In excellent original condition. (Circa 1910).
Oval silver four division Georgian style toast rack with a beaded boarder and handle. (1923)