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We hope that you will enjoy our new web site where you can find a selection of pieces from our current inventory of Silver and eighteenth-century Brass as well as a history of our business, our ongoing research into the history of silver-smithing and links to other sites that we recommend. We specialise in pieces in exceptional condition and pieces with an interesting story to tell. Please do not hesitate to click on the ‘Contact Us’ tab above if you wish to ask any questions about items we have in stock.

  • An Early 18th Century Unmarked Silver Snuffbox Set With A Classical Scene.

    An early 18th century unmarked silver Snuffbox set with a classical scene.

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  • A Pair Of Small Silver Goblets By Leslie Durbin.

    A pair of small silver Goblets by Leslie Durbin.

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  • A Victorian Four Piece Silver Condiment Set By George Fox.

    A Victorian four piece silver Condiment Set by George Fox.

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  • A Substantial Silver Egg-shaped Box By William Phipps And Denis McQuoid.

    A substantial silver Egg-shaped Box by William Phipps and Denis McQuoid.

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  • An Early 18th Century Silver Apple Corer.

    An early 18th century silver Apple corer.

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  • A Silver Caddy Spoon By Graham Leishman Stewart.

    A silver Caddy Spoon by Graham Leishman Stewart.

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  • An 18th Century Unmarked Silver York Masonic Jewel.

    An 18th century unmarked silver York Masonic Jewel.

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  • A Rare Victorian Silver And Enamel Novelty Bookmark In The Form Of The Colours Of The Scots Guards.

    A rare Victorian silver and enamel novelty Bookmark in the form of the Colours of the Scots Guards.

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  • A Rare Victorian Silver Novelty Bookmark Formed As S Saluting Hussar.

    A rare Victorian silver Novelty Bookmark formed as s Saluting Hussar.

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  • A George III Snuffbox Formed From A Silver-mounted Cowrie Shell.

    A George III Snuffbox formed from a silver-mounted cowrie shell.

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  • An Early Silver Dish Cross

    An early silver Dish Cross

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