Recently sold antique silver and silver plate items
An impressive exceptionally cast antique Victorian silver plated fruit dish with grape and vine border, pierced lattice work vine leaf base and rustic handles standing on three cast snail feet. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1875).
A very attractive and good quality pair of antique Walker and Hall silver plated flower vases with plain cylindrical tapering bodies and a band of floral and leaf embossing with a splayed base standing on three bun feet. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1895).
A very good quality Cooper Brothers antique silver mounted decanter with a Georgian style cut glass body with festoons and diamond style cutting and a four way silver pouring mount with a matching and numbered mushroom type stopper. In very good original condition. (1920).
A charming and unusual large square shaped late Victorian silver capped perfume bottle with a hinged embossed scroll and floral initialed top and matching stopper. The clear glass body is hand cut with star and feather edging pattern panels. in very good condition. (1892)
A crown motif Victorian silver Christening mug with a loop handle. The body has been engraved with thistles, scrolls and floral decoration. The cartouche is empty with a crown motif. In good original condition. (1897).
A most unusual Victorian oak and silver plate sugar basket in a boat shape, central swing handle, white opeline glass liner. The oak body has two applied shield cartouche and floral engraved end pieces standing on an oval splayed silver plated foot. In very good re-plated condition. (c.1890).
A handsome looking late Victorian oak and silver plated trophy, flower or food container with a frosted glass liner, two applied bracket style handles, banding and an empty shield shape cartouche. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1890).