An impressive large size silver circular fluted shell shaped pierced bon bon dish with floral chasing, an empty cartouche, a crimped edge border on three reeded ball feet. (1899)
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An impressive large size antique silver circular fluted shell shaped pierced bon bon dish with floral chasing, an empty cartouche, a crimped edge border on three reeded ball feet. In very good original condition.
A good quality antique Victorian footed silver bowl with four crimped corners and a cast scroll and floral border. (1891)
Attractive oval pierced silver bowl standing on an oval pierced pedestal domed foot. (1915)
Oval boat shaped silver bowl pierced with floral leaves and scrolls. (c.1941)
A good quality handsome Edwardian large silver bowl with two applied scroll handles. (1903)
An Edwardian Nathan & Hayes silver porringer with two scroll handles. (1904)
A beautiful and unusual circular Victorian silver plated fruit bowl decorated with strawberries and leaves with a detachable cranberry glass liner. (1890)
A Victorian silver plated fruit bowl with a ruby glass liner and a border trellis of fleur de lys. (c.1890)
A charming oval pierced silver bowl by Goldsmith & Silversmith. (c.1923)
An exceptional oval pierced silver bowl with a wavy beaded border and cast acanthus handles. (c.1956)
A pair of attractive late Victorian solid silver octagonal dishes. (c.1898)
A very attractive Victorian silver plated fruit bowl in a circular form with a ruby red glass liner. (c.1890)
An antique silver campana shape bowl or vase with a removable ruby glass line. (1912)
A quality circular antique silver wire work design pedestal dish (c.1911)
Charming Edwardian boxed silver pair of butter dishes. (c.1906)
A very ornate antique silver hand chased centre bowl (c.1900)
A very stylish and unusual size silver plated hors d'oeuvres tray with 12 glass dishes. (c.1930)
A very impressive WMF oval shaped flower dish with a removable liner. (c.1910)
An unusual copy of a continental silver plated Galleon bottle holder or fruit bowl.
A very attractive pierced silver oval dish. (c.1938)
An Edwardian silver bowl by John Wilmot, Birmingham. (c.1906)