A job lot of 18x as found cutlery with silver handles. Most are Italian 800 standard, there is also an 830 standard one by Thune of Norway. Most have steel blades but 4 of the dessert sized knives also have 800 standard blades.
A good 3 piece set by James Dixon & Sons of Sheffield, the teapot engraved to one side to a Gwendoline (Elsey) Wright from her office friends on the occasion of her marriage Oct 1909'. Pot capacity is marked as '4' for 2 pints Larger sized sugar bowl, both bowl and jug have gilt washed interiors.
A 12.5cm by 6.5cm press-moulded and cut glass dish with gilt metal rim and rococo style shell handle, the outside of rim with die stamped pattern, and a 11cm by 9.5 cm similar pedestalled dish with same pattern. Probably French c. 1900.