Fine Antique Silver & Objects of Vertu



SOLD - GEORGE IV


  • The items below have been sold, and remain here for reference purposes only.


    No. P158
    George IV Silver Chain-link Mesh Purse
    Made by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1827
    Price £445.00




    No. S007
    George IV Silver Fiddle & Thread Pattern Tea Caddy Spoon
    Made by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1821
    Price £325.00




    No. P185
    Georgian Gold & Cornelian Intaglio Fob Seal
    Circa 1820
    Price £280.00



    No. P266
    Pair of George IV Silver Knife Rests
    Made by James Robertson, London 1822/3
    Price £295.00



    No. Q040
    Pair of George IV Silver 'Kings Husk' Pattern salt Spoons
    Made by William Chawner, London 1825
    Price £155.00



    No. Q038
    Pair of George IV Silver 'Kings Husk' Pattern Salt Spoons
    Made by William Chawner, London 1827
    Price £155.00



    No. P026
    George IV Vinaigrette
    Made by John Bettridge, Birmingham 1820
    Price £395.00




    No. N087
    George IV Silver 'Seaweed' Card Case.
    Made by Ledsam, Vale & Wheeler of Birmingham in 1827
    Price £875.00




    No. K116
    George IV Silver Feather Edge Basting Spoon
    Made by George Turner & Thomas Biddell of London in 1820
    Price £325.00



    No. L169
    George IV Silver Nipple Shield.
    Made by Thomas & James Phipps of London in 1821.
    Price £875.00


    No. N097
    A Pair Of George IV Silver & Wood Wine Coasters.
    Made by Samuel & Charles Young of Sheffield in 1820.
    Price £3,250.00


    No. L124
    Georgian 18 Carat Gold Fob Seal.
    Made circa 1820.
    Price £445.00


    No. J223
    Russian Silver & Niello 'The Bronze Horseman' Snuff Box.
    Made by O.b. of Moscow, circa 1825.
    Price £1850.00


    No. H172
    Georgian Silver, Elephant Tooth & Tortoiseshell Snuff Box.
    Made circa 1820.
    Price £2550.00


    No. N021
    George III Silver Water Jug.
    Made by Robert Hennell II of London in 1821.
    Price £2,350.00



    No. M113
    George IV Silver 'Fiddle,Thread & Shell' Fish Slice.
    Made by William Chawner of London in 1824.
    Price £565.00


    No. L082
    George IV Scottish Silver Wine Funnel.
    Made by George McHattie of Edinburgh in 1822.
    Price £2250.00


    No. M014
    George IV Silver Toast Rack.
    Made by Robert Hennell of London in 1827.
    Price £1675.00


    No. M047
    Six George IV Silver 'Kings Pattern' Teaspoons.
    Made by Robert Peppin of London in 1822.
    Price £255.00


    No. J070
    Scottish Silver Pierced Fish Slice.
    Made by George Booth of Aberdeen, circa 1820.
    Price £695.00


    No. J110
    George IV Silver Goblet.
    Made by John Reily of London 1825.
    Price £1295.00




    No. L081
    George IV Silver Candle Snuffer & Tray.
    Made by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard of London in 1821/24.
    Price £2450.00


    No. K233
    George IV Silver Mug.
    Made by Joseph Emanuel of London in 1827.
    Price £1295.00


    No. K092
    George IV Silver & Mother of Pearl Travelling Fruit Knife & Fork.
    Made by Unite & Hilliard of Birmingham in 1828.
    Price £445.00


    No. L138
    George IV Silver & Ivory Cheese Scoop.
    Made by Ledsam, Vale & Wheeler of Birmingham in 1827.


    No. K189
    Georgian Silver 'Flower' Pin Cushion.
    Made circa 1820.
    Price £435.00



    No. K231
    Georgian Silver & Tortoiseshell Lorgnettes.
    Made circa 1820.(not marked).
    Price £595.00


    No. J200
    George IV Silver Marrow Scoop.
    Made by John Meek of London in 1822.
    Price £275.00


    No. J100
    George IV 18 Carat Gold Pencil Holder.
    Made by Stephen Warwick of London in 1824.
    Price £795.00


    No. G128
    George IV Silver Waiter.
    Made by Samuel & Charles Young in Sheffield, 1829.
    Price £795.00


    No. K021
    George IV Silver Parcel-Gilt Inkstand.
    Made by T.J. & N. Creswick of Sheffield in 1828.
    Price £4450.00


    No. K177
    George IV Silver Vinaigrette.
    Made by Thomas Shaw of Birmingham in 1824.
    Price £335.00


    No. K087
    George IV Silver & Glass Travelling Inkwell.
    Made by Archibald Douglas of London in 1828.
    Price £445.00


    No. K222
    George IV Silver, Steel & Mother of Pearl 'Patent' Fruit Knife.
    Made by Edward Thomason of Birmingham in 1822.
    Price £895.00


    No. J166
    George IV Silver Entreé Dish.
    Made by Joseph. Cradock & William. K. Reid of London in 1821.
    Price £4450.00


    No. K096
    George IV Silver Wine Funnel Stand.
    Made by Fentem, Danby & Webster of Sheffield in 1827.
    Price £675.00


    No. K015
    George IV Silver & Wood Wine Coasters.
    Made by Joseph Angell of London in 1820.
    Price £3950.00


    No. F142
    George IV silver "Brandy" label.
    Made by Taylor & Perry in Birmingham, 1827.
    Length 1.75" (4.5cm).
    Price £165.00


    No. H170
    York Silver 'Fiddle' Pattern Tablespoon.
    Made by James Barber, George Cattle & William North of York in 1828.
    Price £185.00


    No. J033
    George IV Silver 'Shells & Flowers' Fruit knife.
    Made by of Sheffield in 1823.
    Price £325.00


    No. J101
    George IV Silver 'Hour Glass' Tea Caddy Spoon.
    Made by Joseph Willmore of Birmingham in 1829.
    Price £345.00


    No. D913
    George IV silver & ivory apple corer.
    Made by John Reiley in London, 1820.
    Price £435.00


    No. J097
    George IV Silver & Steel Nutmeg Grater.
    Made by Ledsam, Vale & Wheeler of Birmingham in 1827.
    Price £1795.00


    No. J031
    George IV Silver 'Hunting Scene' Fruit knife.
    Made by J. Law of Sheffield in 1827.
    Price £575.00


    No. F424
    George IV Silver Wine Funnel.
    Made by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I in London, 1822.
    Height 5.4" (13.5cm). Weight 3.5 troy oz. (109g).
    Price £1,650.00



    No. J007
    George IV Silver Pocket Apple Corer & Fruit Knife.
    Made by Joseph Taylor of Birmingham in 1820.
    Price £675.00


    No. I040
    A pair of George IV silver salt cellars.
    Made by James Kirkby & Co. of Sheffield in 1826.
    Price £875.00

    No. G329
    George IV Silver 'Claret' Label.
    Made by R. Emes & E. Barnard I in London, 1821.
    Length 2." (5cm).
    Price £165.00



    No. I078
    Georgian silver pocket compass.
    Made circa 1820. ( Not Marked )
    Price £565.00


    No. D876
    George IV silver vinaigrette.
    Made by Thomas Shaw in Birmingham, 1822.
    Length 1.5" (3.5cm).
    Price £465.00


    No. I098
    George IV Silver Cream Jug.
    Made by Michael Starkey of London in 1823.
    Price £645.00


    No. I021
    Scottish Silver & Horn Snuff Mull.
    Made circa 1820 (not marked).
    Price £445.00

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