This antique Georgian old Sheffield plate snuff box is definitely The coin on the top surface is King George 111 which helps to date this piece
This pair of sterling silver salts with blue glass liners and sterling spoons was by the J.
Salt Cellars, Sheffield, Plate, Salt Shakers, Dishes, Sheffield Station, Dish
This set of 12 Stieff coffee repousse sterling spoons was made by the Stieff company of Baltimore Maryland in the early part of the The
Antique Sterling Pepper Mill by J. Banks of Birmingham
This antique sterling silver tea caddy is from Edwardian England and was made in Birmingham in 1910 by the silversmiths Arthur and John Zimmerman.
This sterling silver caddy spoon in shell form was made in 1895 by an unknown London maker, but it bears the initials JS to the end of the handle.
This sterling silver caddy spoon was made in 1881 by George Unite from Birmingham. The elongated bowl allows for a good helping of tea to be scooped
This novelty silver humidor or cookie tin is a unique piece from early It is believed to be a silver plated replica of a large 28 pound horse
These antique sterling silver salt cellars were made in London in 1890 by John Aldwinckle and Thomas Slater. Each sits on stylized lion claw feet, has
These 3 antique sterling silver salts or nut dishes were made by James Deakin and Sons in 1901 in Sheffield. There is no evidence of salt corrosion to
This beautiful Gorham sterling silver teapot is in the Puritan pattern. It was made at the beginning of the The fixed handle is mounted to the