A sterling silver & hobnail cut glass jar fully hallmarked for London 1904 and another smaller heavy pressed glass jar with a sterling silver 'Green Man' design lid fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1907.
A vintage suite for 6 settings of Old English pattern, mostly by I.S. Dearden of Sheffield, comprising 6 each of dinner fork, side (dessert) fork, dessert spoon, soup spoon, teaspoon and 2x tablespoons. Total of 32 pieces.
Here are 4 tongs sold together including 2 larger Georgian examples, the bright cut one is 1799 by Samuel Adams, the other plain one marks are worn, the next largest are Birmingham 1917, the smallest are Birmingham 1896..
A fabulously early pair of electroplated large fish servers by Martin, Hall & Co of Sheffield, the handles bearing design registration marks for 1847! In original fitted case. The chasing work is particularly fine to the blade.
A pretty silver plated jar suitable for jams or chutneys etc, deeply hobnail cut body with a star cut base and silver plated collar. Lid is silver plated and nicely floral chased. Ladle works well with it and is a later EPNS Super 'A' (a Viners trademark) example.