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An interesting item of beaten silver - the ladle with pouring lip, the whole item in excellent condition. Hallmarks for Sheffield 1927 clearly visible on underside of handle. Overall length 125mm.
Often described as 'a nurses' buckle', this example in continental silver with elaborate relief decoration of tropical animals. In excellent condition and probably of around .800 silver.
Comprising salt, pepper and blue glass lined mustard pot of 'Hotel' style. Marks to base : MB Silver Plated. Height of Salt & Pepper 2.5". The plating in excellent condition to all pieces.
In good condition with moulded edges and turned wooden bases. Some evidence of extinct worm to one and the pair showing copper on the high points. A very good matched pair.
A pair of modern, heavy short candlesticks in Sterling silver with fixed sconces . Height 4.5", Diameter at base 3.5". Weighted bases but substantial silver content.
A charming example, the bowl measuring 4" x 3" - overall length 5.75". Three pad feet, scorpion tail handle, the bowl outer rim being scalloped on either side. In exceptional condition. Hallmark Birmingham 1930.
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