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Pierced basket A pierced circular silver basket with floral borders and a swing handle, by John Figg London 1835 .
Price: £850.00
George V table bell London 1913 Robert Dicker A George V table bell, by Robert Dicker London 1913 (it is part marked on the clapper as well as the nut attaching the clapper to the body of the bell and the handle).
Price: £625.00
Toastrack A heavy toast-rack with complex gadrooned borders, London 1825 by Joseph Angell, crested with a demi-eagle, in beak a rose.
Price: £625.00
George III porringer rococo London 1761 ID White of Hulton

A George III porringer with rococo decoration, by ID (Grimwade number 3630) London 1761 (unusually with two impressions of the date letter), engraved with the arms of White of Hulton (Northamptonshire) with More in pretence and crested for White of Hulton .

John White of Hulton in Northamptonshire registered the family arms in 1750 so that this porringer was presumably made for him or for his successor. It has not, however, proved possible to find this marriage in the extant genealogical records.

Edward VII epergne London 1906 Goldsmiths Silversmiths Company An Edward VII small epergne with 3 removable baskets flanking a fixed central one, by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company London 1906 (also marked on the smaller baskets and stamped with the retailers mark on the body).
Epergne basket A neo-classical epergne basket, by Thomas Pitts London circa 1770 .
Price: £425.00
Pair sugar crushers A pair of sugar crushers, one Sheffield 1828 by Settle, Gumm and Co — the other probably by John Roberts, Mosley and Settle of Sheffield, both similarly initialled {R}.
Price: £385.00
double egg cup London 1824 Sebastian Crespell Earl Poulett

A George III double-ended egg cup, by Sebastian Crespell London 1824, crested for John Poulett, 5th Earl Poulett (1783-1864) .
Price: £285.00

John Poulett, 5th Earl Poulett (1783-1864) was educated at Harrow and Brasenose College, Oxford. He later held several positions in the Somerset Militia. In 1809, it was reported in the Gentleman's Magazine that he had married "the sister of Mrs. Farquharson" at Weymouth (although there seem to be no other references to this marriage) and in 1820 he married the Hon. Charlotte Portman at the British Embassy in Paris. He inherited the Earldom of Paulet in 1819, shortly before his second marriage, and is notable for being one of the 22 stalwarts who voted against the 3rd reading of the Reform Bill in 1832.

3 egg cups available

George III Old Sheffield Plate Argyll circa 1790 A George III Old Sheffield Plate Argyll, circa 1790 .
Snuffer tray A navette-shaped snuffer tray with threaded border, by Peter Ann and William Bateman London 1804 (assayed between 30th May and 10th October), engraved {WB to EB}.
Price: £275.00
Napkin ring An Australian napkin ring with birds and a butterfly maker J.M. Wendt, Adelaide and Broken Hill circa 1890.
Price: £220.00
Victorian egg cup engraved body beaded borders Edinburgh 1879 possibly William Marshall A Victorian egg cup with beaded rim and foot, made in Edinburgh in 1879, probably by William Marshall, crested for Robertson and Forbes (possibly for Forbes-Robertson) .
Price: £195.00
Egg cup An egg cup, by T? London 1827.
Price: £195.00
Pair napkin rings A cased pair of napkin rings by Charles Stewart Harris, London 1889 initialled EDL and JDL in monograms.
Price: £195.00
engraved fluted buttershell Sheffield 1894 Martin Hall and Company A Victorian silver fluted shell dish with engraved decoration and dolphin feet, assayed in Sheffield in 1894 by Martin, Hall and Company.
Price: £185.00
Pair inscribed napkin rings A pair of French cased napkin rings, engine-turned and inscribed MONSIEUR and MADAME. Maker V over D in a lozenge with sausage between, each engraved on the inside '23 Juin 1887', the original case by F. Ducot, Bordeaux.
Price: £180.00
Pair napkin rings A pair of heavy napkin rings by C. H. Cheshire, Birmingham 1881, the contemporary case by W.C. Travers,jeweller, silversmith and optician of Southport (retailer).
Price: £165.00
Pair napkin rings A pair of napkin rings with piercing and engraved decoration by C. Cheshire, Birmingham, 1888 initialled R.
Price: £150.00
Menu holder A Royal Assurance menu-holder by HCF Ltd, London 1919.
Price: £130.00
Pair napkin rings A pair of napkin-rings engraved with stylised fronds and flowers by Archer, Martin and Marsh, Sheffield 1907, one initialled EWT.
Price: £120.00
George III Old Sheffield Plate serving dish toaster 1800 Astley A George III Old Sheffield Plate heated serving dish or toasted cheese dish with bracket for a detachable handle, circa 1800, crested for Astley .
Price: £110.00
George IV glass pot silver mounts London 1828 Joseph Angell A glass pot with silver rim and lid, by Joseph Angell London 1828, initialled {WAH} .
Price: £85.00
George III knife rest London 1811 A George III knife rest, made in London in 1811 by an unknown maker .
Price: £75.00
Napkin ring A napkin ring engraved with flowers by Briddon Bros, London 1881.
Price: £75.00
Napkin ring A napkin ring engraved with 2 parallel bands of decoration between 2 rows of dots by Gibson and Langmann, London 1886.
Price: £58.00