English Silver

4,970 Results
Price
To
Apply
Refine Your Search
4970 Results
An Urn Shaped Mustard Pot made in London in 1808.
A George III Urn shaped Mustard Pot. Made in London. Weight 5oz
£795
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
An Aide Memoire made circa 1790.
A rare George III silver gilt and gold Aide Memoire
£950
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A George IV Snuff Box, Edward Edwards, London, 1830.
A fine George IV engine turned Snuff Box made in London
£575
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A Basket Weave Snuff Box, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1837.
An unusual basket weave Snuff Box made in Birmingham
£395
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A George IV Vinaigrette, Johnh Bettridge, Birmingham, 1830.
The cover displaying a shaped cast and applied border decorated with foliate motifs, scrolls and shells around an engine turned panel. The centre o...
£750
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A Vinaigrette made in Birmingham in 1856.
An unusual Vinaigrette made in Birmingham.Marked with the maker's mark of AB in a rectangular punch.
£650
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A William IV Caddy Spoon, John Lawrence & Co, Birmingham, 1834
The fiddle pattern handle engraved with foliate motifs and the bowl with a pretty floral spray. Made in Birmingham
£375
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
An 'Acanthus Leaf' Caddy Spoon, London, 1810, Josiah Snatt,
The bowl of the Caddy Spoon is modelled to simulate an acathus leaf and the fiddle pattern handle is engraved with a double thread edge.
£350
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A George III Caddy Spoon, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1808.
The Caddy Spoon has a circular bowl which is engraved with a shield shaped motif. The handle is engraved with a foliate motif and a vacant cartouche
£295
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A George III Caddy Spoon, Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham, 1814.
This example has a rectangular bowl which is unusually engraved with leaf tips on a scratch engraved ground surrounding a plain rectangular panel. ...
£425
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A George III Caddy Spoon, Thomas Watson, Newcastle circa 1793.
The Caddy Spoon is of a typical Newcastle design with a small scallop shaped bowl and long handle decorated with bright cut bands and a vacant shield.
£475
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A George III Caddy Spoon, Josiah Snatt, London, 1802.
The Caddy Spoon has an egg shaped shell bowl and the handle has incuse sides. In addition the handle is engraved with a bright-cut shield shaped ca...
£325
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A 'Wallis' Leaf Caddy Spoon, Thomas Wallis, London, 1806.
The Caddy Spoon is modelled as a slender leaf and is plain in design. This design was almost exclusively made by Thomas Wallis and is known as the ...
£395
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A pair of Fiddle Pattern Tablespoons, Exeter, 1809, Joseph Goss.
A pair of George III Fiddle Pattern Tablespoons made in Exeter in 1809 by Joseph Goss.
£345
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A George III Old English Pattern Tablespoon, Cork, Circa 1800, Joseph Gibson.
A George III Old English Pattern Tablespoon made in Cork. Marked on the reverse with STERLING & GIBSON
£495
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A Sauce Label made in London in 1850 by Reily & Storer.
The label is broad rectangular in form with cut corners and a double thread edge. This example is engraved for ANCHOVY
£245
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A fine Sauce label, Birmingham, 1855, Hilliard & Thomason.
The Sauce label is engraved for ANCHOVY, is rectangular in form, with cut corners, and displays a double thread edge.
£150
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
George III Crescent Wine Label, London, 1799, Peter & Ann Bateman.
The Wine label is of the plain crescent form and is incised for SHERRY.
£240
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A George III Crescent Wine Label, London, 1802, Peter, Ann & William Bateman.
The Wine Label is of the plain crescent form and is engraved for PORT.
£275
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A William IV Wine Label, Birmingham, 1833, Gervase Wheeler.
The Wine Label is broad rectangular in form and displays and unusual border of lobed bands, acanthus foliage and double scallop shells. Engraved fo...
£295
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A George IV Wine Label, Thomas Edwards, London, 1825.
The Wine Label is shaped rectangular in form and displays a crisp feather edge border. Engraved for SHERRY
£325
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
A Vine Leaf Wine Label made in London in 1841 by Rawlings & Summers
The Wine Label is modelled as a miniature vine leaf and is pierced for SHERRY
£220
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd.
PAUL STORR, LONDON (1771-1844)
A Large George III Antique English Silver Platter
Oval, the rim applied with gadrooned, shell and foliage border, engraved on rim with two coats of arms.
£30,000 - 40,000
S.J. Shrubsole Corp.
JOSEPH WILLMORE
A George III Antique English Silver-Gilt Vinaigrette
Engraved floral design, grate pierced with a flower and leaves.
US$500 - 800
S.J. Shrubsole Corp.
JOHN WAKELIN & ROBERT GARRARD, LONDON
A Set of Four George III Antique Sauce Tureens
Each boat-shaped and on a pedestal foot, with two scroll handles, the detachable covers each with vase shaped finial, engraved with a coat-of-arms....
US$20,000 - 50,000
S.J. Shrubsole Corp.
JOHN PARKER & EDWARD WAKELIN
A Pair of George III Antique Sauce Boats
Each of oval, inverted baluster form, the gadroon-mounted rims rising at center to form scrolling handles, on cast conforming stepped foot with gad...
US$20,000 - 50,000
S.J. Shrubsole Corp.