The silver department of our monthly antique sales always contains a good selection of antique and modern silver and plate from the United Kingdom and the continent. We often sell silver from China, Japan and the Middle East, which is particularly desirable at the moment. From vinaigrettes to caskets, from teasets to cutlery, there’s good money to be made in silver and plate. We also sell silver and plate of lesser value at our monthly general sales at the Granary salerooms. For a free assessment without any obligation, you can bring your items along to one of our valuation days, Mondays or Fridays, 9-1pm and 2-5pm. Items can be left for sale on any weekday except saledays and viewdays.
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Recent Department Highlights
<p>A Russian Karl Faberge silver-gilt and dark blue guilloche enamel rectangular cigarette box, with Cyrillic Faberge mark, workmaster August Fredrik Hollming, 88 standard Zolotnik mark, with wavy engine turning under translucent enamel, with gold engraved rim and gilt interior, length 9.5cm, height 3.5cm, depth 5.5cm (some enamelled panels A/F and gold rim is detached but still present)</p>Sold for: £850
A canteen of Garrard silver cutlery for 12 people, Continental Athenian pattern, hallmarks Sheffield 1980, 147.4oz weighable, in very good condition and complete (except sharpening steel)Sold for: £4,100
<p>A quality 4-piece silver tea set, with engraved and embossed floral scroll-work decoration and ivory insulators, by Charles Reily and George Storer, hallmarks London 1841, hot water jug height 23cm, 75oz total</p>Sold for: £1,100