Britannia Standard Silver 1720-39

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Sold Price: A George II Britannia standard silver wavy-end or "dog-nose" spoon by Richard Scarlett, London, 1727, initialled "*S* over "I*K", out of period and presumably made to match an earlier set, 19 cm. long, wt. 63 gm. A good sturdy spoon, good marks with slight wear to "S" of maker's mark, thick even bowl, good engraving - February 2, 0117 10:30 AM GMT Dog Nose, Makers Mark, Spoon, Period, Initials, February, London, Silver, Money
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Sold Price: A George II Britannia standard silver wavy-end or

A George II Britannia standard silver wavy-end or "dog-nose" spoon by Richard Scarlett, London, 1727, initialled "*S* over "I*K", out of period and presumably made to match an earlier set, 19 cm. long, wt. 63 gm. A good sturdy spoon, good marks with slight wear to "S" of maker's mark, thick even bowl, good engraving

View sold price and similar items: A GEORGE II SILVER SIDEBOARD DISH FROM THE SMITH SERVICE from Christie's on May 3, 0112 12:00 AM BST. The Duff, Will Smith, Sideboard, Initials, Dishes, Silver, Money, Tablewares
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Sold Price: A GEORGE II SILVER SIDEBOARD DISH FROM THE SMITH SERVICE - May 3, 0112 12:00 AM BST

A GEORGE II SILVER SIDEBOARD DISH FROM THE SMITH SERVICE MARK OF DAVID WILLAUME, LONDON, 1729, BRITANNIA STANDARD Decagonal with a guilloché border, engraved with the Royal arms flanked by the initials 'AR', further engraved with a crest, marked underneath, further engraved with a scratchweight '114=3'19 1/8 in. (48.5 cm.) wide 105 oz. 8 dwt. (3,279 gr.)

View sold price and similar items: A GEORGE II SILVER SIDEBOARD DISH FROM THE SMITH SERVICE from Christie's on May 3, 0112 12:00 AM BST. The Duff, Will Smith, Sideboard, Initials, Dishes, Silver, Money, Tablewares
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Sold Price: A GEORGE II SILVER SIDEBOARD DISH FROM THE SMITH SERVICE - May 3, 0112 12:00 AM BST

A GEORGE II SILVER SIDEBOARD DISH FROM THE SMITH SERVICE MARK OF DAVID WILLAUME, LONDON, 1729, BRITANNIA STANDARD Decagonal with a guilloché border, engraved with the Royal arms flanked by the initials 'AR', further engraved with a crest, marked underneath, further engraved with a scratchweight '114=3'19 1/8 in. (48.5 cm.) wide 105 oz. 8 dwt. (3,279 gr.)

Sold Price: A SET OF FOUR GEORGE II SILVER CIRCULAR SALTS, PAUL DE LAMERIE, LONDON, 1729 - April 4, 0110 12:00 PM EDT

Sold Price: A SET OF FOUR GEORGE II SILVER CIRCULAR SALTS, PAUL DE LAMERIE, LONDON, 1729 - April 4, 0110 12:00 PM EDT

A SET OF FOUR GEORGE II SILVER CIRCULAR SALTS, PAUL DE LAMERIE, LONDON, 1729 hemispherical, applied with stiff leaves, the short stems chased with running flowerheads, the spreading circular bases cast with overlapping leaf-tips, all engraved with contemporary entwined serpent crest, gilt interiors marked on bases, one fully marked, the others with maker's mark, Britannia mark and lion's head erased twice diameter 3 1/4 in. 8.2cm 746g Paul de Lamerie, London

MARK OF JOHN HUGH LE SAGE, LONDON, 1730, BRITANNIA STANDARD Vintage Silver, Antique Silver, Cake Basket, Silver Cake, Rope Twist, Lesage, Arms, London, Baroque
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A GEORGE II SILVER CAKE BASKET

MARK OF JOHN HUGH LE SAGE, LONDON, 1730, BRITANNIA STANDARD

A GEORGE II SILVER SUGAR CASTER

A GEORGE II SILVER SUGAR CASTER

A GEORGE II SILVER SUGAR CASTER

A George II silver waiter, mark of Paul de Lamerie, London Britannia Standard. James Graham, Catherine The Great, Gold Box, Objet D'art, Coat Of Arms, Antique Silver, Antiques, London, Arts

A GEORGE II SILVER WAITER

MARK OF PAUL DE LAMERIE, LONDON, 1732, BRITANNIA STANDARD

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A GEORGE I SILVER-GILT DESSERT-SERVICE

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Sold Price: A George I Britannia silver brandy warmer, London - September 2, 0114 10:00 AM BST

A George I Britannia silver brandy warmer, London c.1724, Robert Innes, approx 5cm high (excluding handle) approx 5.2oz, together with a George III silver embossed cream jug, London c.1767, makers mark rubbed, approx 11cm high, approx 4.3oz. (2)

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London, Paul de Lamerie, A George II silver coffee pot. Wooden Handles, Antiques, Silver, Coffee Cafe, Collection, Utensils, November, Arms, London
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A George II silver coffee pot - Lot 12

- A George II silver coffee pot - Lot 12 - Result: €32400 - Find all details for this object in our online catalog!

A George I Britannia standard silver caster, by Edward Wood, London Perfume Bottles, London, Wood, Silver, Woodwind Instrument, Money, Timber Wood, Wood Planks, Trees

A George I Britannia standard silver caster, by Edward Wood, London 1722,

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A pair of George I Britannia standard silver trencher salts, Samuel Margas, London, 1723

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A George II Britannia Standard Silver Salver, mark of Paul Crespin, probably overstriking another, London 1730 Spring Fine Art Sale March 2019 Estimate: - Antique Interior, Sell Items, Trellis, Art For Sale, London, Ash, Centre, Silver, Fine Art
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A George II Britannia Standard Silver Salver, mark of Paul Crespin, probably overstriking another, London 1730, circular with upturned scalloped rim on three scroll feet, the field engraved with a border of medallion heads and trellis work, the centre with a foliate cartouche and later arms for Fellowes, 23.5cm diameter, 17oz 2dwt The arms on the present lot appear to correspond to both a pair of small waiters, Paul Crespin, 1732; and a salver, Samuel Margas, 1725, in the collection of the Ash - Price Estimate: £1000 - £1500

Kettle by Paul de Lamerie, The kettle became a standard item in the silver tea service around The vertical ribs of this kettle a. Vintage Silver, Antique Silver, Vintage Crockery, Silver Teapot, Rococo Style, Tea Art, Tea Service, Bronze, Metal Working
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A set of six George II Britannia standard silver Hanoverian rat-tail pattern table spoons, by Joseph Barbut, London Spoons, Rat, Joseph, London, Table, Pattern, Silver, Money, Patterns
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A set of six George II Britannia standard silver Hanoverian rat-tail pattern table spoons, by Joseph Barbut, London 1722,

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