Our 22nd August sale featured some beautiful silver lots, here’s a taster, but to see the rest have a look at the silver section of our online catalogue.
A pair of George VI silver candlesticks, of hexagonal tapering form on a spreading foot, Sheffield, 1949, Walker & Hall, 24.5cm high
A George III silver cream jug, London, 1802, together with a silver vase, silver desk candlesticks, silver topped salt, silver topped scent bottle, cultured pearls and epns, weighable silver approximately 100 grams
An Elizabeth II silver tea strainer and stand, London, 1967 together with a George V silver topped and cut glass decanter, London, 1927
An Edward VII silver swing handled pedestal bowl, the oval tapering body decorated with cast leaves on a spreading foot, Sheffield, 1901, Walker & Hall together with silver sauce ladles, silver sugar nips, silver sifting spoon, silver coffee spoons, silver and glass salad servers etc weighable silver approximately 480 grams
A late Victorian silver novelty paper knife in the form of a sword with a basket hilt, Birmingham, 1892, approximately 85 grams, 21.5cm long
A 19th century continental white metal chatelaine, with Victorian silver and white metal fittings including a vinaigrette, vesta case, pin cushion, note case, pen knife, posy holder, tape measure, needle case etc, overall approximately 246 grams
A Welsh Dragon table lighter the silver plated body of the dragon finely formed with wick in mouth, a lighter in chest formed as an arrow, the large wings (one inscribed `YE DRAGON OF WANTLEY`) sweeping back over long twisted horn tail, raised on four silver plated feet overall length 54cm long x 16.5cm high