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Makers mark either “FS” or “SF”, a known cup maker of the period – see Jacksons page 107. Good plain design with fixed sconce and a broad curved and scroll handle. The sconces and one snuffer have a matching lion crest. Very attractive design with knopped columns and shaped bases. Each has a hand engraved armorial within the well of the base. 16th Century 17th Century Queen Anne 1702 - 1714 George I 1714 - 1727 George II 1727 - 1760 George III 1760 - 1820 Regency 1810 - 1820 George IV 1820 - 1830 William IV 1830 - 1837 Victorian 1837 - 1901 1901 Onwards 1709 Price £950 A handsome pair of early English silver trencher salts in a rare 12 sided version of the circular salt popular at the turn of the 1700’s. 1877 FRANCIS BOONE THOMAS Price £375 A very pretty antique sterling silver teapot with a curved wooden handle. The hatched decorative band below the top edge of the cup is typical for the period. *It’s very rare for marks of this period to have a name associated with it. This cup follows the standard design for Elizabethan communion cups and is most likely to have been made from pre-reformation silver. Makers mark “IP” (Jacksons page 95) a known maker of communion cups between 1565-79. 1813 ELIZABETH MORLEY Price £750 A good antique sterling silver wine strainer with a gadroon border and shaped thumb piece. The tankard has a simple straight sided form and S scroll handle finishing in a decorative thumb piece.
*It’s very rare for a mark of this period to have a name associated with it. Each has a matching hand engraved monogram contained within a decorative cartouche. Typical decoration of the period with half ribbed embossed body and coopered ring of gadrooning. 1714 WILLIAM FLEMING Price £795 A charming antique silver porringer with simple strapwork side handles. Hand engraved to one side with a crest, to the other there is a decorative monogram. 1829 Price £775 (Reserved) A handsome antique sterling silver chalice of plain tapering form with an embossed band of flowers and leaves to the body and foot. To the front there is a large hand engraved armorial with the motto “Vulneratus Sed Non Victus”.