Category: British Hollowware

  • An English Sterling Epergne Made by Mathew Bolton, Birmingham, 1825 – 26

    This is a fine late Regency epergne. It is fully marked. The bowl supports are removable. They can be interchanged with candle sockets made by Robinson, Edkins, and Aston of Birmingham. There is a heavy oak case fitted to store the epergne. The case was made in the 1860’s and is probably responsible for the […]

  • Sterling Model of a Stallion

      An English sterling model of a stallion made by Edward Bannard & Sons, London, 1957 The model is cast.  The coat, mane, tail, and other details are finely hand chased. Height: 6 inches to the top of the ears Weight: 16 Troy ounces $2,000.00

  • English silver Snuff Box, made by William Simpson in Birmingham, circa 1841.

    This English sterling snuff box is handsome and well-made.  Although there are a few scratches on the top it is in nice condition with crisp decoration and marks.  The marks are divided between the inside of the lid and the inside of the box.  Length: 3 3/8 inches, Width: 2 1/8 inches, Height: 7/8 inches. […]

  • Rare and Large Silver Plated Jewelry Box

    This very large silver plated Jewelry box is elaborately decorated with motifs associated with romance and marriage, including love birds, arrows, churches, and baskets of flowers. Condition fine. Details: There are no marks on this piece. The box has been relined with dark blue velvet. The construction suggests that tit was made in England in […]

  • English Sterling Tea and Coffee Service in the Gothic Revival Style

    An English sterling tea and coffee service in the Gothic Revival Style made by Joseph Angell, Sr. and Joseph Angle, Jr. of London, 1849-50. All of the pieces are very finely engraved with gothic motifs which include: columns, trailing vines, and tiny figures and animals. The set is in remarkably fine condition and has never been monogrammed. Details: […]