robert garrard i. george iii silver gilt tea caddy. london 1815.
Robert Garrard I
george ii silver gilt spice vase and cover. circa 1750.
george iii irish sterling silver hook end soup ladle by john loughlin. dublin 1765.
John Laughlin of Dublin
sterling silver presentation trowel. made by omar ramsden
OMAR RAMSDEN, London
victorian pair sterling silver peppers in the shape of hooves by e h stockwell. london 1877.
victorian parcel-gilt bowl by george fox. london 1873.
GEORGE FOX, London
george iv worshipful company of ironmongers soup ladle by william eaton. london 1828
george iii newcastle sterling silver swing-handled sweetmeat basket.
william iv sterling silver fish slice by william chawner ii. london 1833.
William Chawner II
george iii silver mounted shell cream jug . circa 1780
george ii sterling siver butter shell by henry herbert. london 1757.
george iii provincial silver 'sparrow beak' cream jug by joseph walley of liverpool. chester 1786.
george ii sterling silver cream pail by aldridge & stamper. london 1757.
george i sterling silver strawberry dish by william ged. edinburgh 1721.
george i caster by thomas bamford i. london 1723
george ii sterling silver cream pail with added contemporary sterling silver cream ladle. ayme videau. london 1733.
george iii pair crested sterling silver salvers by andrew folgelberg. london 1779.
george ii sterling silver onslow pattern soup ladle. london 1752.
pair george iii sterling silver wine coasters by solomon hougham. london: 1811.
Solomon Hougham, London
american interest - george iii large oval meat plate by william bennett. london 1808
george iii silver cream basket by david bell. circa 1770.
george ii pair of sterling silver gravy boats by william robertson. london 1752.
george iii inverness sterling silver skewer
Charles Jamieson, Inverness
george iii pair sterling silver scottish lipped ladles. edinburgh circa 1810.
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