DINING

A William IV Silver-Gilt Wine Cooler Maker: Benjamin Smith II London, England 1831 Silver-gilt Height 40cm

A French Silver Tureen, Cover, Liner and Stand Maker: Jean-Baptiste Claude Odiot Paris, France c. 1819 Height 38cm

A French Tureen, Cover and Liner from the 'Youssoupov' Service Maker: Alexandre Gueyton Paris, France 1843-1863 Height 24 x Width 32cm

A Pair of French Wine-Coolers Maker: Joseph Chaumet Paris, France c. 1918 Height 35cm

A Pair of French Silver Soup-Tureens, Covers and Liners Maker: Jean-François Guion, Paris, France 1809-1819 Height 28cm

The Fisher Service: An American Silver, Gold and Hardstone Dinner-Service Maker: Hans Brassler and the Eleder-Hickok Co. Newark, the United States c. 1936 Silver, silver-gilt and lapis lazuli Dimensions vary

A French Silver Stand Maker: Fannière Frères Paris, France 1870 Height 25.5cm

A Pair of Swedish Silver Chestnut Vases and Covers Maker: C.G.Hallberg, Stockholm, Sweden 1909 Height 28 x Width 18cm

A Danish Silver Vegetable Dish and Cover Maker: Georg Jensen Copenhagen, Denmark 2002 Height 14 x Width 25cm

A Pair of Danish Silver Vegetable Dishes and Covers Maker: Vilhelm Christesen Copenhagen, Denmark 1872 Height 20 x Width 30cm

A Danish Silver Tureen and Cover Maker: Georg Jensen Copenhagen, Denmark 1919 Height 19 x Width 30cm

A Danish Silver Dish Maker: Georg Jensen Copenhagen, Denmark 1993 Width 30cm

A Danish Silver Dish Maker: Georg Jensen Copenhagen, Denmark Post 1945 Height 5 x Width 28cm

A Pair of Russian Silver Urns and Covers Maker: Nicholls and Plinke (or Robert Kokhun) St. Petersburg, Russia 1874 Height 20 x Width 10cm

A Russian Silver Tureen and Cover Maker: Khlebnikov Moscow, Russia 1885 Height 30 x Width 35cm

A Russian Silver-Gilt Vodka Set Maker: G.D. or G.L. Moscow, Russia 1893 Parcel-gilt silver Diameter 20cm

A Set of Four Russian Silver-Gilt and Cloisonné Enamel Salt-Cellars Maker: Lyubavin, St. Petersburg, Russia 1896-1908 Silver filigree and enamel Height 2.5 x Diameter 3cm

A Russian Silver-Gilt Box Unknown maker St. Petersburg, Russia 1880 Silver-gilt Height 10 x Diameter 11cm

A Russian Silver-Gilt Box Unknown maker St. Petersburg, Russia 1880 Silver-gilt Height 10 x Diameter 11cm

A Russian Silver-Gilt Box Maker: Alexander Fuld Moscow, Russia 1882 Silver-gilt Height 7 x Diameter 10cm

A Russian Silver Bread-Basket Maker: Maria Linke St. Petersberg, Russia 1888 Height 8 x Diameter 22cm

A Russian Silver-Gilt and Cloisonné Enamel Kovsh Unknown maker Moscow, Russia 20th century Silver, amethyst and enamel Length 55cm

Three Russian Silver-Gilt and Cloisonné Enamel Napkin Rings Various Dates and Makers late 19th or early 20th Century Dimensions vary

A Salt Cellar with Spoon Maker: P. Ovchinnikov Moscow, Russia 1908-1917 parcel-gilt silver and cloisonné enamel Salt cellar Diameter 4.5cm

A George III Silver Cake Basket Maker: John Henry Vere & William Lutwyche London, England 1764 Length 31cm

A Pair of Regency Silver Entree Dish Covers on a Pair of Dish Stands Maker: Paul Storr London, England 1813–1818 Height 26.8cm

A George III Silver Entree Dish and Cover Maker: Paul Storr London, England 1810 Height 23.5cm

A French Silver Soup Tureen, Cover and Stand Maker: Cardeilhac Paris, France c. 1900 Length 53.5cm

An Indian Colonial Silver Ewer Maker: Hamilton and Co. Calcutta, India 19th century Silver-gilt Height 38cm

An American Silver Soup Tureen, Cover and Liner Retailed by A. Schmidt & Son Probably New York c. 1900 Height 29cm

A Pair of George III Silver Tureens and Covers Attributed to John Parker II London, England 1805 Height 35cm

A Pair of George III Silver Soup Tureens, Covers and Liners Maker: Robert Garrard London, England 1802 Height 25cm

A Pair of George III Silver Entree Dishes and Covers Maker: Paul Storr London, England 1812 Height 23.9cm

A Pair of George IV Silver Entrée Dishes and Covers Maker: Paul Storr London, England 1828 Diameter 29.5 cm

A George III Silver Soup Tureen and Cover Maker: John Parker and Edwin Wakelin London, England 1766 Length 42.5cm

A French Silver-Gilt Mounted Etched Glass Claret Jug Maker: Edmond Tétard Paris, France c. 1890 Silver-gilt and glass Height 32cm

A George III Silver Soup Tureen, Cover and Stand Maker: Benjamin Smith II London, England 1812–1819 Height 36cm

A Pair of French Silver-Mounted Claret Jugs Maker: Boivin Paris, France c. 1900 Silver and glass Height 31cm

An American Silver Ewer Maker: The Loring Andrews Company Cincinnati, the United States Early 20th century Height 28.5cm

A Pair of George III Silver Goblets Maker: Charles Fox London, England 1811 Silver and silver-gilt Height 13.7cm

A Pair of Edward VII Silver Muffin Dishes and Covers Maker: Sydney Bellamy Harman London, England 1904 & 1905 Silver and ivory Height 18cm

A French Silver Dish Cover Maker: Odiot Paris, France 1838–1856 Height 23cm

A French Silver-Gilt Ecuelle, Cover and Stand Marker: Abel-Etienne Giroux Paris, France 1798–1809 Silver-Gilt Height 12cm

A Large German Silver Soup Tureen, Cover and Stand Maker: Georg Christian Friedrich Sick or Johann Christoph Sick Stuttgart, Germany c. 1800 Height 45cm

A Set of Twenty Victorian Silver-Gilt 'Apostle' Dessert Spoons Maker: Francis Higgins London, England 1870 Silver-gilt Length 14cm

A Victorian Silver Varicoloured Gilt Claret Jug and a Pair of Goblets Maker: Edward Barnard & Sons London, England 1877–1878 Silver-gilt Jug height 29cm

A Pair of Victorian Silver-Gilt Claret Jugs Maker: Benjamin Smith London, England 1846 Silver-gilt Height 33cm

A French Silver Cruet-Frame Maker: Jean-Nicolas Boulanger Paris, France 1798–1809 Height 32.5cm

A Pair of Victorian Silver Dishes Maker: Robert Garrard II London, England 1837 Diameter 34.5cm

A Pair of George IV Silver Wine-Coolers Maker: Benjamin Smith London, England 1823 Height 28cm

A French Silver-Gilt Ewer Unknown maker Paris, France c. 1880 although marked 1783 Silver-gilt Height 30.5cm

A Matched Pair of Silver-Gilt Dessert Stands 1st Pair: William Gibson and John Lawrence Langman for Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co. Ltd. 2nd Pair: Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co. Ltd. London, England 1897–1920 Silver-gilt Diameter 24cm

A French Silver-Gilt Ecuelle Maker: Emil Puiforcat Paris, France 20th century Silver-gilt Diameter 29cm

A Pair of American Silver Vegetable Dishes and Covers Marker: S. Kirk and Son Co. Baltimore, the United States c. 1900 Diameter 23cm

A Pair of George III Silver Sauce Tureens and Covers Maker: Benjamin Smith London, England 1807 Diameter 21cm

A George III Silver-Gilt Monteith and a George II Ladle Monteith Maker: Patrick Robertson Edinburgh 1782 Silver-gilt Diameter 54cm Ladle Unknown maker London, England 1728 Silver-gilt Length 47cm

A Victorian Silver Bread-Basket Maker: John Mortimer and John Samuel Hunt London, England 1840 Diameter 29cm

A Victorian Silver-Mounted Ivory Biscuit Box and Stand Joseph Rodgers and Sons Sheffield, England 1900 Silver and ivory Height 29cm

A William IV Silver-Gilt Sweetmeat Basket Maker: John Taylor and John Perry Birmingham, England 1836 Silver-gilt Diameter 13cm

A Pair of French Silver-Mounted Glass Claret Jugs Maker: Laurent-Charles Descaves Paris, France c. 1860 Silver and glass Height 28cm

A Pair of Victorian Trays Maker: John Samuel Hunt London, England 1849 Parcel-gilt Width 45cm

A Pair of Victorian Wine Cooler Maker: Charles Fox London, England 1838 Silver-gilt Height 20.2cm

A Pair of George III Wine Coolers Maker: Benjamin Smith London, England 1819 Height 27cm

Two French Silver Sauceboats and Stands Maker: Maison Odiot Paris, France c. 1890 Diameter 25.5cm

A Pair of American Silver Dishes Tiffany and Co. New York, the United States 1892–1902 Length 29.5cm

A Pair of George III Silver Sauce-Tureens Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard London, England 1814 Height 13cm

A Silver-Mounted Ivory Biscuit Box, Stand and Cover Maker: Joseph Rodgers & Sons Sheffield, England 1895 Silver and ivory Height 20cm

A Pair of William IV Silver Wine-Coolers Maker: Joseph and John Angell London, England 1834 Height 25cm

A French Silver-Gilt Double Salt Stand Maker: J.C, possibly Jean Cheroux Paris, France c. 1840 Silver-gilt Height 15cm

A Pair of Elizabeth II Silver Salt Cellars Garrard and Co. Ltd. London, England 1984 Height 7cm

A George III Silver Entree Dish Maker: Paul Storr London, England 1803 Height 31.5cm

A German Silver-Gilt Model of the Cellini Salt Cellar Maker: Ludwig Neresheimer Hanau, Germany c. 1900 Silver-gilt Width 18.5cm

A German Silver-Gilt Model of the Cellini Salt Cellar Maker: Ludwig Neresheimer Hanau, Germany c. 1900 Silver-gilt Width 18.5cm

A French Silver-Gilt, Gold and Diamond-Set Second-Course Dish Maker: Cardeilhac Paris, France c. 1900 Silver-gilt, gold and diamonds Diameter 31cm

A Victorian Silver-Gilt Ewer and Pair of Goblets Maker: Daniel and Charles Houle London, England 1871–1872 Silver-gilt Ewer height 38cm

A Pair of Portuguese Silver Cake-Baskets Maker: one Mark of V.A.D. (Almeida L-507); the other mark of Candido Lisbon, Portugal c. 1875 Diameter 35cm

An American Silver Water Pitcher Maker: Tiffany and Co. New York, the United States 1877–1891 Height 20cm

An American Silver Jug Maker: Tiffany and Co. New York, the United States 1907–1947 Height 25cm

An Elizabeth II 18-carat Gold Grand Baroque Table Service Maker: Wallace Silversmiths Sheffield, England 1998 Gold and stainless steel Dimensions vary

A Set of Twelve Dutch Gold Maker: TeaspoonsC.B.H. Cante Amsterdam, the Netherlands 1852–1870 Length 12cm

A William IV Silver Entree Dish Maker: Paul Storr London, England 1836 Diameter 34cm

An American Silver Seven-Piece Dinner Service Maker: Theodore B. Starr New York, the United States c. 1889 Fish dish length 56.5 cm

A Pair of Victorian Silver Vegetable Dishes Maker: Benjamin Smith III London, England 1843 Length 28cm

A George III Silver Part-Dinner Service Maker: Naphthali Hart London, England 1807–1812 Tureen length 40cm

A Set of Three Silver Vegetable Dishes Maker: G. R. Collins & Co. Birmingham, England 1835 Various sizes Stand width 38cm

A Set of Four George III Silver Entree Dishes Maker: Benjamin Smith London, England 1813 Diameter 27cm

A French Silver-Gilt Ewer and Six Beakers Maker: Emile Puiforcat Paris, France 20th century Silver-gilt Height 26cm

An Austro-Hungarian Silver Dinner Service Maker: Joseph Carl Klinkosch Vienna, Austria 1886–1922 Larger plates diameter 25cm

A French Silver-Gilt Dessert Service Maker: Pierre-François Queille Paris, France 1838–1846 Silver-gilt Dimensions vary

A Set of Four George III Silver-Gilt Salt-Cellars, Stands, Liners and Spoons Maker: Paul Storr London, England 1806–1813 Silver-gilt Diameter 12cm

Three Elizabeth II Silver-Gilt Dishes Maker: Adrian Gerald Benney London, England 1985–1995 Silver-gilt Largest platter width 43.2cm

A Victorian Silver Octagonal Meat Dish Maker: Roberts Garrard II London, England 1842–1849 Length 46.5cm

A French Silver-Gilt Shaving Bowl Maker: Odiot Paris, France c. 1870 Silver-gilt Diameter 33cm

An Arts and Crafts Silver-Mounted Mazer Bowl Maker: Omar Ramsden London, England 1922 Silver and maple wood Diameter 13.3cm

A Pair of Victorian Silver Dishes Maker: Robert Garrard II London, England 1837 Diameter 34.5cm

A Pair of George IV Silver Wine-Coolers, Collars and Liners Maker: Benjamin Smith London, England 1823 Diameter 24cm

A Pair of George II Silver Mazarines Maker: Edward Wakelin London, England 1749 and 1751 Length 49cm

A George II Silver Mazarine Maker: Edward Wakelin London, England 1748 Length 38.5cm

An Elizabeth II Gold Drinks Set Maker: Mappin and Webb London, England 1974 18ct gold and silver Tray diameter 37cm

A George III Silver Mazarine Maker: John Scofield London, England 1786 Length 38cm

An Edward VII Silver Turnover Breakfast Dish Maker: Lionel Alfred Crichton London, England 1908 Silver and Ivory Width 39cm

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