ANTIQUE 1763 8.9 TROY OUNCE STERLING SILVER TANKARD CUP MUG GEORGE III ERA BY MAKER THOMAS WHIPHAM AND CHARLES WRIGHTFor this tankard, it is in Previously OwnedAntique condition, with scuffs and scratches on the piece, and a few ding marks.PLEASE SEE AUCTION'S PHOTOS FOR ITEM'S CONDITION.Another Fine Auction from Las Vegas Coin CompanyFor the Sterling Silver Tankard: It was made circa 1763 in England, and has the Thomas Whipham Charles Wright Manufacturer's Hallmark on the bottom area. There is ...also on the side of this tankard an etching of an armwristhand. The handle is securely attached, and has a nice leaf design on top of the handle. Please take a look at the auction's photos for items' conditions.The Tankard is approximately 4 12" tall and 2 34" across at its widest top point and 3" at its widest point. We approximate this piece at 8.9 Troy Ounces of Sterling Silver.In this auction you will receive One (1) ANTIQUE 1763 8.9 OZ STERLING SILVER TANKARD GEORGE III ERA MAKER WHIPHAM WRIGHTWinning bidder please make payment within 3 days. Shipping for this auction is FREE for Economy Shipping, 4.95 for Parcel Mail with Delivery Confirmation, or 6.95 for Priority Mail service with Delivery Confirmation.
Period: George IIIYear: 1813-1817br style"font-family: verdana, arial, helvetica, quotsans serifquot -ms-text-size-adjust: auto"Silversmith: Jan Lotterbr style"font-family: verdana, arial, helvetica, quotsans serifquot -ms-text-size-adjust: auto"Place: Capebr style"font-family: verdana, arial, helvetica, quotsans serifquot -ms-text-size-adjust: auto"Weight: 22gramsbr style"font-family: verdana, arial, helvetica, quotsans serifquot -ms-text-size-adjust: auto"Approximate Dimensions: Linear length ...when lying flat on table just under 16cm. Shank 13cm Bowl 4cm wide x 1.5 cm deep.br style"font-family: verdana, arial, helvetica, quotsans serifquot -ms-text-size-adjust: auto"Condition: Excellent. Slight bend towards base of shank as shown in photos. br style"font-family: verdana, arial, helvetica, quotsans serifquot -ms-text-size-adjust: auto"br style"font-family: verdana, arial, helvetica, quotsans serifquot -ms-text-size-adjust: auto"Description: A Cape Silver sauce spoon ladle in the Old English pattern, with very clear marks.The marks are the makers mark IL for Jan Lotter and the original owners monogram in very clear script JT or ITJan Lotter worked between 1813 and 1817 which makes it very easy to date his pieces. Please see all photos as part of this description.
This is a silver vinaigrette made in 1864 by Joseph Willmore. This piece is larger than the more common smaller vinaigrettes that you commonly see. It measures 42mm long and 20mm wide. On the outside this is in good condition, although one corner of the piece has a crack, and the inside the middle door separated from the hinge.
RARE SET OF 5 ANTIQUE 18TH CENTURY GEORGEIII SOLID STERLING SILVER TEASPOONS OLD ENGLISH PATTERN MONOGRAM 'P' - MAKER: 'M L' UNIDENTIFIED - LATER GEORGE III ERA- HALLMARKED LONDON 1796 - HIGHLY COLLECTABLE Onoffer is this rare set of five antique 18th century George III erasolid sterling silver teaspoons in the classic Old English pattern - please seethe photos. Tothe front of the terminal, each has the initial 'P'. From the style, these appear to becontemporary to the spoons. Thespoons date t...o the end of the 18th century, hallmarked London 1796 -the marks on most are pretty clear. Themaker's mark is present, it looks like 'M L'. Despite quite extensive research, I have not been able to identify themark - perhaps somebody recognises it - I would love to know. Thefact that these spoons are from the 18th century and that five havesurvived together makes them highly collectable. Remember, pieces of flatware such as this are a nice way of starting or adding to yourcollection of antique silver, particularly spoons from the 18thcentury. Asa welcome distraction in these troubled days, why not start your own collectionof antique silver It need not beexpensive and you will have something to value and pass on when better timesreturn. Personally, I love silver and am very interested in its history and use, so much so that Iam currently training as a silversmith and jeweller. Last year Iobtained my own hallmark at the London Assay Office. If you have any questions about antiquesilver, please feel free to contact me and I will try my best to answer yourqueries. Pleasenote I do not do valuations. HALLMARKS: For the maker's mark, please see thecomments above London 1796 the collectable mark of George III's Sovereign'sHead to show that duty tax was paid on these piece of silver, only introducedin 1784. APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTSWEIGHT: They are 12cm in length and have a total weightof 55.6g. CONDITION: They are in pretty good antique condition overall, especially considering they are 224 yearsold, just the usual signs of wear commensurate with age and use of antiquepractical pieces of silver flatware. Thereare slight distortions to the bases of some of the bowls. Any dark marks, etc are reflections or bitsof age-related patina.THANK YOU FOR LOOKING P.S. Whilst you are here, why not take a look atour other lovely pieces of solid silver Words and Photos - Copyrightsimplyenglishsilver 2020SIMPLY ENGLISH SILVER We specialise in high quality silver items that carry the hallmarks of solid English silver. We have many collectable silver pieces of different eras and styles antique, vintage and modern from before Victorian times to Art Nouveau, Edwardian, Art Deco and all decades up to the present day. We also have various, assorted English silver items to offer in lots. If you are looking for a specific English silver piece, please let us know and we will try and find it for you. We also occasionally have on offer high quality silver pieces from around the world. Please check our page regularly for new items. Thank you POSTAGE PACKING: Please note that postal charges are at the rate they are because we send by 'signed for' mail to ensure safe delivery of your item, which costs more. We add on a small amount for packing and materials and are not trying to make money out of postage. International buyers should check for any Customs charges for their country, as this is not included in the final price. RETURNS: We have a no quibble policy. Returns accepted if you are not 100 happy for any reason. Please let us know as soon as you have received the item if you wish to return it. Then you can simply return the item within 14 days in the same state in which it was received. Please note that we take extra photos of items for our records prior to sending to show condition. We do not give discounts. Thank you. 00018
Antique Georgian sterling silver condiment spoon by John Langlands I and John Robertson of Newcastle, circa 1812 (King George III era). Engraved on the top of the handle with script initials. Measures approximately 3 3132" long and weighs 7.5 grams. Successful CANADIAN bidder to pay applicable taxes 12.00US for shipping with a tracking number. Should shipping be less than quoted, we will refund back to your Paypal account (if difference is more than 1.00). Successful UNITED STATES bidder to pay... 12.00US for shipping with a tracking number. Should shipping be less than quoted, we will refund back to your Paypal account (if difference is more than 1.00).Successful OVERSEAS buyer (all countries other than Canada and the U.S.A.) to pay 30.00US or more for shipping with a tracking number, varies depending on the country the item is to be shipped. Should shipping be less than quoted we will refund back to your Paypal account (if difference is more than 1.00). WE WILL COMBINE SHIPPING FOR MULTIPLE ITEMS PURCHASED. 00260
This is a beautiful antique sterlingsilver tea tray made in the city of London during King George III 1786-1821 bysilversmith Robert Jones. The rounded tray is fantastically well detailed withmany flowers and other fantastic workmanship. Please review the photos to seethe wonderful heavily in the embossed border with fantastic flowers. Pleasereview the photos to see the condition of the tray it is excellent with onesmall cut( which is reaper- picture 12) no major damages or any major issues.It ...is ready to go. The size of the tray is 13 inches across. Theweight of the tray is 1063 grams sterlingsilver. On the back of the tray, you can see the4 Hallmarks.Please view photos carefullyas they are considered to be a part of the item description and email anyquestions prior to bidding . I do not accept Returns Happy bidding.BE SURE TO SEE ALL MY OTHER ANTIQUE, COLLECTIBLE LISTINGSTHANKS VERY MUCH.
A Quantity of Sterling Silver Scrap consisting mainly of Georgian Era Spoons, including one dated 1738 most are bent or with dents or splits but some could be repaired. It is all old English Sterling Silver mostly 19th Century and all pieces have hallmarks. No reserve.
A solid silver Snuff Box of oval form with Mother of Pearl to the lid and to the base .Light surface wear and markings .This box is without hallmarksWEIGHT MEASUREMENTS.47gm or 1.5oz2.9" or 7.5cm x 2.2" or 5.5cm x .75" or 1.9cm