Scottish & Irish Silver
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A very rare George III Octagonal Table Bowl made in Edinburgh in 1806 by Patrick Cunningham & Son
An extremely rare pair of George III Double Bladed Servers made in Dublin in 1805, maker's mark of I.C
A very rare George III "Dolphin" Sauceboat made in Edinburgh in 1815 by William & Patrick Cunningham from the Dr Christine & Jim Chance Collection of Sauceboats.
An extremely rare set of six George II Scot;s Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made in Edinburgh circa 1745 by John Welsh.
An extremely rare George II Chamber Candlestick made in Edinburgh in 1745 by Edward Lothian, Assay Master Hugh Gordon.
A very unusual George III Drinks Salver made in Edinburgh in 1810 by Patrick Cunningham & Sons.
An extremely fine George IV Table Bowl, most probably for fruit, made in Edinburgh in 1829 by Leonard Urquhart.
A rare & exceptional George II Rococo Irish Milk Jug made in Dublin Circa 1750 by Samuel Welder.
A very fine & rare set of six George III "Celtic Point" Dessert Spoons made in Edinburgh in 1794 by John Cornforth.
A very fine & rare pair of George II cast Sauceboats made in Edinburgh in 1759 by Lothian & Robertson.
A very rare early George III Hanoverian "Hook End" Serving/Basting Spoon made in Dublin in 1766 by Joseph Cullen.
A fine pair of George III Toddy Ladles made by William Mill of Montrose and assayed in Edinburgh in 1817.