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see sterling silver items in the Vanity
Superb quality sterling
silver folding shoe horn and boot hook, London 1899 by silversmith Samuel
Jacob, 4" long when folded, heavy, in very good condition with one small
bruise at the end of the shoe horn.
Lovely sterling silver top
jar for the dressing table, Birmingham 1903, 3 3/4" high and in excellent
Sweet little sterling
silver frame, Birmingham 1911, 2 1/2" across the base and 3 1/4" high,
missing the easel at the back.
Sterling silver mote spoon by Thos Bradbury, Sheffield 1924, very
stylish design in excellent condition, 6 1/8" long.
Gorgeous tussy mussy holder
or porte-bouquet in sterling silver, Birmingham 1912, 6", with original
velvet ribbon. Complete with a lead weight inside in the shape of the
vase, and a grill across the top to hold flowers in place. Made by Adie &
Sterling silver vase,
Sheffield 1907, 6 3/4" high, has dents in the top third but displays well
from one side.
Very nice sterling silver
rimmed match striker, ribbed base with teardrop shaped pattern, Birmingham
1903, 2" across the widest part, in excellent condition.
Sterling silver folding fruit
knife with mother of pearl handle, Sheffield 1827, 4 1/2" when extended,
very good condition.
sterling silver handled knife and fork set, Sheffield 1907, plating on
blade and tines is worn.
silver christening set in the original box, bone handled knife,
Birmingham 1922/23, all in excellent condition.
Silver double inkstand, hallmarked for Birmingham 1921, 6" x
4", no wells, very nice condition with just a couple of small
dents in one corner.
European serving set in the original box, ivorex with ornate .833 silver
handles, cake slice blade is worn and the silk lining to the box is
torn; the box is also marked on the outside.
Sterling silver sugar snips made by silversmith John Munns who was
operating in London in the 1750's, scissor style with shell tong
ends, nearly 4 1/2" long, initials EW on one side, finger pieces
are out of round, otherwise these lovely tongs are in excellent
condition. Maker's mark shown, the other shell has the lion passant.
silver clock with swag and ribbon design, 2 1/2" x 3 1/2",
Sheffield 1994, in excellent condition.
silver hat pin holder, Birmingham 1909, 2 7/8" across the base,
bend in the loops which may have been reattached at some stage (but if
they have been, its very well done), couple of small dents in rim,
overall very good condition.
bowl with sterling silver lid by Towle (USA), engraved 'Mary', 3
1/8" across, still has the original, unused powder puff.
salts bottle with sterling silver top, Birmingham 1906, nearly 3"
high, in very good condition with a few small dents.
silver rose bowl, Birmingham 1934, 11cm across, in excellent condition.
pretty sterling silver buckle, London 1888, 2 3/4", excellent
silver trinket box, Birmingham 1911, 6.5cm across, monogrammed LF, in
very good condition.
silver frame, London 19183 1/2" across, has some dents and the
easel to stand it up at the back is missing.
sterling silver frame, Birmingham 1897, intricate pierced pattern, 20cm
x 15cm, cabochon area is slightly dented, original leather covered back,
easel part to stand the frame up is missing.
silver case for a cigarette holder, Birmingham 1919, 7cm long and in
very good condition with only very minor imperfections.
silver lidded pot, substantial and attractive lid, 9cm across, in
excellent condition, Birmingham 1939.
silver vesta case, Birmingham 1910, 4.5cm high, excellent condition with
a slight very shallow dent on one side, hardly noticeable.
sterling silver vesta case, just 3.5cm high, minor dents as shown,
Birmingham 1898, ideal size to wear on a silver chain.
sterling silver trinket box with pad feet, Birmingham 1919, 10cm
across, in very good condition.
Sterling silver trinket box
Chester 1911, pretty little feet, velvet lined, has bruising to the lid, 2
desk top sterling silver calendar, hallmarks for Birmingham 1907,
includes 2 ivorex 'pages', one for January, February, March, April, and
one for 27, 28. Aside from the missing dates, and a replacement (tape)
easel at the back, it is in excellent condition, and measures 3"
across and 4 1/2" high.
delicate George III sterling silver vinaigrette, English hallmarks for
Birmingham 1811 in lid and base, silversmith is Joseph Willmore, curved
base, gilt interior, just 32mm across, initials are difficult to read,
possibly HC, very nice condition.
vase marked .800, 14cm high, has one small dent but is otherwise in
silver vase, Birmingham 1919, 15cm high, in excellent condition.
sterling silver vase with pierced pattern around the top, Sheffield
1910, 16cm high,
some minor bruising but overall very good condition, may be made by
Walker & Hall as the flag of their logo can be seen but not the
Sterling silver dish in the
shape of a clam shell, sitting on little ball feet, Chester 1913, 4 1/8"
long, in excellent condition. Features a very cute leopard monogram.
silver rococo style dish, asymmetrical design, 4 1/2" across, in
very good condition with a few pitting marks in the base and one tiny
pin hole, Birmingham 1904.
Sterling Silver dish, Birmingham 1903, 13cm across, in excellent
condition with just some pinpoint little dents in the middle.
and ornate sterling silver dish, Birmingham 1896, 9.5cm across, some
denting to base.
silver dish, Birmingham 1904, 12cm across, in excellent condition.
silver dish, Birmingham 1897, pierced tulip design, 4 1/2" across,
in very good condition.
German silver dish, marked Sterling Silver Albo W. Germany, probably .835 silver,
pretty pierced design, 3 5/8" across, in excellent condition.
silver porringer, Sheffield 1913, retailer's mark Bechtler, Allahabad, 7 1/4"
across, heavy, has some small marks in the base.
silver dish, Birmingham 1901, 13.5cm across, in excellent condition.
1905 Sterling silver pin dish , 4" across, some bends in the base
overall very good condition.
comport bon bon dish, .800 silver, 4 5/8" across, in excellent