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.
An Elizabeth II silver tea strainer and stand, London, 1967 together with a George V silver topped and cut glass decanter, London, 1927
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
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 pair of George VI silver candlesticks, of hexagonal tapering form on a spreading foot, Sheffield, 1949, Walker & Hall, 24.5cm high
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
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