Interesting Silver Medallion – Institute of British Engineers
There is no date on this medallion but I would guess its from between the wars, it is not hallmarked but tests as 925 Sterling. On the front it has 'The institute of British engineers' and on the reverse 'presented to W.J.B. Soper on his election as an associate member'. Made by D. George Collins Ltd of London and comes in its box of issue. Medallion measures one inch in diameter and is... read more
Victorian Silver Blade & Mother-of-pearl Handle Fruit Knife
A lovely Victorian example of a silver bladed fruit knife with a mother-of-pearl handle, the blade is clearly hallmarked for Sheffield 1895 and has the makers mark of HH for Hukin & Heath a highly respected Sheffield maker. The mother-of-pearl handle has pretty decoration on both sides and to the front is a silver cartouche which has been monogrammed with the name P.G. Bree. The conditi... read more
Lovely Victorian Wood & Silver Inlay Snuff Box
This good sized wooden snuff box dates from the late Victorian era it has been very nicely inlaid with fine silver wire to the lid, there is also a silver cartouche which has not been engraved. The wood has been stained dark and the corners finished with brass bands. The condition is great, some light wear to the high points of the wood and it measures 3.25 inches long.