george ii sterling silver citrus strainer. london 1755.
george iii sterling silver wine coaster. london 1809.
sampson mordan victorian novelty silver pig pencil.
george iii sterling silver three legged gadroon edged salver.
george ii rare sterling silver sailor tapersticks by peter werritzer
pair victorian silver gilt perfume bottles on stands. george fox london 1871.
irish george iii sterling silver pierced oval basket with handle. dublin 1775.
william iv pair of sterling silver travelling candle sticks. london 1831
george ii sterling silver pint mug by robert a cox. london 1756
george iii/iv two scottish sterling silver luggies both by james mckay
george iii sterling silver gadroon edge chamber stick with snuffer.
george iii gladstone sterling silver meat dish by thomas heming. london 1770.
grenade-shaped sterling silver table cigar lighter. birmingham 1932.
iron steam boat company sterling silver presentation cup
william iv sterling silver chamber stick with snuffer. sheffield 1830
george iii silver bowl and cover
george iii swing-handled bright-cut sugar basket. maker henry chawner
george ii salver with crest of duncombe, earl of feversham
george iii helmet shaped cream jug. maker samuel meriton ii
pair victorian electroplate double salt cellars
george iii small silver spirit funnel
george i pap boat
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