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  • George III silver basket


    A fine example of a George III silver basket made by makers John Langford II and John Sebille London 1765 whose work forms a part of the silver collection at @metmuseum. The basket in round shape with open work floral detail and carving between, the top with scalloped rim and pierced sides with floral hinged swing handle, sitting on a pierced collet foot with rope twist border.
    Dimension – 13.5cm (h) x 14.5cm (d)
    Condition – Good
    Weight – 195g

  • Handcrafted George III hallmarked silver-gold


    A beautifully handcrafted George III hallmarked silver-gold gilt wine cooler with lid.
    London Circa 1811
    Wt: 3067g
    Dimensions: 33cm (h) x 26cm (d)
    Maker: Benjamin Smith II and James Smith II for Rundell Bridge and Rundell (Principal Royal Goldsmiths & Jewellers)
    Condition: Good, there is one small leaf missing on the side not noticeable

  • German sterling silver gilt and lavender guilloche enamel box


    A magnificent antique German sterling silver gilt and lavender guilloche enamel box. The box is of round hinged form with lavender colour guilloche enamel all around and gilded finish to the interior. The box is stamped with the German silver hallmark and 935 to denote sterling silver.
    Circa: 1875
    Maker: Otto Wolter – Schwäbisch Gmünd Germany
    Weight: 183g
    Dimension: 8cm (d) x 3cm (h)
    Condition: Overall condition is excellent with very small mark to one corner

  • Sterling silver cuff bracelet


    A large contemporary hand-crafted sterling silver cuff bracelet with a vintage micro mosaic insert. Insert is double-sided, can be worn either way.
    Condition – Excellent
    Dimensions – inside diameter 7cm; outside diameter 10cm; size can be
    re-adjusted on request

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