British Silver 1649-1759
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An exceptional & very rare George III Rococo Revival Sauceboat made in London in 1811 by William Burwash & Richard Sibley
JAMES II. A very rare & early Squeezie Snuff Box made in London circa 1685 and stamped with the maker's mark of WI with a fish above.
A William III Britannia Standard Squeeze Action Spice Box made in London Circa 1697 by Thomas Pritchard.
William Wordsworth Interest. An important set of four George II Fruit Bowls and Stands made in London in 1751/52 by Samuel Herbert & Co.
An exceptionally fine & unusual george ii cast sweetmeat basket made in london in 1758 by william plummer
William Cripps. An exceptionally fine & unusual George II Sauceboat made in London in 1753 by William Cripps.
A very fine George II Cast Taperstick made in London in 1738 by Bennett Bradshaw and Robert Tyrrill.
A very fine pair of early George II Cast Hexagonal Candlesticks made in London in 1732 by Thomas Tearle.
An exceptional early Queen Anne West Country Laceback Trefid Betrothal Spoon made in Chard circa 1703/04 by Richard Sweet II.
A very fine, and substantial, pair of George II Cast Candlesticks made in London in 1748 by William Gould.
A very fine George I Britannia Standard Strainer made in London in 1724 by George Greenhill Jones.
An extremely rare Charles II Confit Box made, most probably, in London circa 1670, maker's mark of M with a crown above
Captain Bligh Interest. A very fine pair of Serving Dishes made in London in 1759 by William Cripps.
An extremely rare set of six George II Scot;s Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made in Edinburgh circa 1745 by John Welsh.
CHARLES II. A very rare early Charles II Fruiting Vine Wine Taster made in London in 1669 and stamped with the maker's mark of IG with a crescent below.