A fine silver nurses buckle by Wang Hing, Hong Kong, Circa 1900.
The buckle is in great condition thought with signs of wear on the dragon or flowers and no signs of any repairs.
Clear stamp marks with 'WH' for Wang Hing and '90' for the silver purity.
A collection of mid-20th Century heavy silver gilt spoons, displayed in an authentic, padded presentation box. All six spoons are in great condition and contain hallmarks which date these items back to 1958. Each spoon is also imprinted with the maker's mark, C. J. Vander, Sheffield.
Georgian, Irish-hallmarked silver, fiddle pattern basting spoon, made in Dublin in 1805 by John Power. Weight 130g; Length 325mm. Initialled with a 'W' on the handle. Very good condition for its age; little wear to the bowl considering its age. See photographs for detail.
A tiny miniature egg shaped perfume bottle with Macintyre body and hallmarked silver top made by Cornelius Saunders and Frank Shepard. The Silver scew top has a cork liner and the makers mark and date letter 1888 are clear. The other marks are rubbed.The top screws securely and is in good condition. There are two small dings. The cream body has a brown tinge and dark brown marks towards the top.There is some light crazing also ridge lines in the ceramic body. Registration mark on the base is 20712.
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An unusual and rare Victorian Juice Extractor in good original condition.The silver plate is all intact and the extractor works well through twist comresision on top handle extracting juice through wooden strainers , one of the strainers has a slight split but this no way detracts from this wonderful
Mid 19th century pair of telescopic candlesticks. Fine quality Sheffield silver plate on copper, embellished with bands of moulded foliate decoration. The copper is just beginning to "bleed" through, giving a lovely warmth to the brightness of the silver. They are in good condition for their age. One of the removable sconces won't be moved as it is unnecessary to its use, we have not forced it. The circular bases are finished with green baize. Circa 1860