Recently sold antique silver and silver plate items
Good quality plain silver copy of an early Georgian style lidded porringer with a circular lid and a gadroon border. The plain circular body has two applied scroll and beaded handles standing on a circular fluted foot. (1964).
A very decorative Victorian silver two handle trophy cup with scroll handles and beaded mount. The body has been chased with flowers and scrolls and with an empty cartouche. Standing on a knobbed stem and floral chased foot. In very good original condition. (1860).
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).
A very decorative late Victorian oak and silver plate rectangular two compartment tea caddy with a hinged lid. The body has been decorated with silver plated corners, empty cartouche, swing handles and stands on four bun feet. With a working lock and original key. In very good silver plated condition. (Circa 1885)
A very smart late Victorian Daniel & Arter oak and silver plated butter dish in a simple plain form with a lift off lid, swing looped handle and original white china liner. The oak body has an empty shield shaped cartouche. In very good original condition. (Circa 1895).
A large 20.3cm (8") fine Victorian glass lined circular basket with a perfect opeline glass liner, rope style swing handle, a pierced floral body and three cast scroll feet. In very good re-plated condition. (c.1880).
A charming good quality late Victorian novelty Mappin & Webb silver plated condiment set with a woven basket holding an egg shaped salt, pepper and mustard pot and a cast chick perched on the edge of the basket. (Circa 1895).