A Rare George I Silver Provincial Table Spoon, maker's mark EL, Liverpool, circa 1720, Hanoverian pattern, 20cm long, 1oz 14dwt - Price Estimate: £200 - £300
A Rare George I Silver Provincial Table Spoon, maker's mark EL, Liverpool, circa 1720, Hanoverian pattern, 20cm long, 1oz 14dwt
A rare George I ascribed North Country provincial goblet, on a knopped, pedestal foot with a plain, tapering bowl, maker's mark only,struck twice, by Benjamin Brancker, Liverpool 1720-25 5.8in (15cm) high, 6oz. (Woolley and Wallis)
A george i provincial lemon strainer | Woolley and Wallis
A George I provincial lemon strainer, with two openwork handles and a circular bowl pierced with drilled holes, by Benjamin Brancker (BB [below a bird], "STER" over "LING"), Liverpool c.1720, 7.9in (20cm) long, 2.9oz.
A george i provincial sparrow beak cream jug | Woolley and Wallis
A George I provincial sparrow beak cream jug, of baluster form, with a double scroll handle and spread foot, crested and scratched underneath with initials RA over MC over AD, maker's mark only BB below a liver bird for Benjamin Brancker, Liverpool, c.1720, 3 5/8in (9.4cm), 3oz (£1800 hammer, WW , 30 Oct 2007)
A Queen Anne, tentativley ascribed North country provincial trefid spoon, with a ribbed rat tail scratched on the back of the stem with two sets of script initials below the scratched initials "MM MC" makers mark only "BB" struck twice, possibly by Benjamin Brancker, Liverpool c.1705 7in (18cm) long. (Woolley and Wallis)
A george i provincial tea pot | Woolley and Wallis
A George I provincial tea pot, of oval baluster form, crested and initialled 'SB', probably for the family of Browne of Liverpool, the hinged, domed cover with a drop finial, faceted capped spout and scroll wood handle, maker's mark BB, [struck twice] and 'Ster' over 'Ling', for Benjamin Brancker of Liverpool, 18oz.
A set of six george i provincial hanoverian table spoons | Woolley and Wallis
A set of six George I provincial Hanoverian table spoons, crested with thread bordered rat tails, maker's mark only, BB crowned struck thrice, possibly for Benjamin Brancker, Liverpool, 10oz