Silver

The Burton Fleming Cast Silver Wine Cistern .modern 3068 Troy Ozs 2/8

The Burton Fleming Cast silver Wine Cistern , modern 3068 troy Ozs . Worldwide edition of 8 no 2/8 .
This wonderful example of silversmithing is a faithful cast by the lost wax method of an Important George 11 Mahogany wine cistern with hairy paw feet by one of the Royal Cabinet makers Benjamin Goodison (1700-1767) . The attention to detail is exemplary .
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Sterling Silver British Army Searchlight

Silver scale model of a British Army Military 90cm Searchlight on an ebonized wooden base. On one side is the Cap Badge of the Royal Engineers, and on the other side is the Royal Artillery Cap Badge.

These 90cm searchlights were powered by a lister generator and used a "carbon-arc" light to produce 200 million candle power beam of light that could cover 5 miles. Fitted with four small tank tracks, they were easy to manoeuvre on all terrain and could be towed by trucks whilst providing a sturdy platform.

On the front of the base is a plaque that reads:

Walker & Hall Cocktail Set

Fantastic Art Deco boxed cocktail set by Sheffield Silversmiths Walker & Hall 1936. 
Comprising a silver-plated cocktail shaker with a built-in strainer,  six glasses and six sterling silver Cocktail sticks with surmounted Cockerels.
All housed in a leather-bound blue case with silk lining labelled "Walker & Hall, Sheffield"

A Pair of George III Sauce Tureens

AN EXTREMELY FINE PAIR OF GEORGE III SAUCE TUREENS AND COVERS MADE IN LONDON IN 1793 BY WAKELIN & GARRARD.

The Faulkbourn Hall cased Tea Caddies

THE FAULKBOURN HALL CASED TEA CADDIES. AN IMPORTANT & VERY UNUSUAL PAIR OF GEORGE III TEA CADDIES MADE IN LONDON IN 1793 BY WILLIAM FRISBEE.
ALL CONTAINED WITHIN A CONTEMPORARY SATINWOOD CASE, THE HINGES AND HANDLE ALSO HALLMARKED FOR 1793


Pair of George III Candlesticks


A VERY FINE PAIR OF GEORGE III CANDLESTICKS MADE IN SHEFFIELD IN 1783 BY SAMUEL ROBERTS & COMPANY.

Silver George III Teapot

AN IMPORTANT GEORGE III TEAPOT MADE IN LONDON IN 1813 BY PAUL STORR.

George II Armorial Wine/Beer Jug 1759

AN EXTREMELY FINE GEORGE II ARMORIAL WINE/BEER JUG MADE IN LONDON IN 1759 BY ROBERT ALBIN COX

Silver plated Bull

A Realistic Silver plated model of a bull, In a proud stance, beautifully cast with great detail.

Circa 1950

£650

Silver Child's Mug

Child’s’ mug with pierced foot in original fitted case was made by Martin and Hall Co.
London, 1873