A lovely smaller sized hotplate by Asprey with wicker bound handles and original adjustable burner. These were made to take the café au lait set etc and date c. 1930. Could also be used to warm a smaller entrée dish etc.
A very good looking pair of taller sticks in Georgian style with radial starbursts to pedestals. We believe these are Edwardian Georgian revival. Pineapple type makers mark to the detachable wax drip pans.
A very good looking late Victorian/Edwardian silver plated trefoil crudites dish of shell form with a central 'T' bar style handle. Has its original frosted glass liner for the 'dips' section. Made by Atkin Bros of Sheffield.
A pair of antique silver plated entrée dish with detachable handle so that the lid can be used as a secondary serving dish of desired. Beaded rims. Made by the Army & Navy Co-operative Society, early c.20th.
A c.19th silver plated larger sized circular swing handled cake basket bowl, pedestal base. Nice repousse and bright cut work acanthus banding to interior and chased floral swags to centre. Makes a good fruit bowl.