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Antique Silver Mounted Ivory Page Turner
A hallmarked silver mounted ivory page turner with inscription ‘From Ridley Hall AMS Class 1909’
Ridley Hall is a theological college located in Sidgwick Avenue in Cambridge in the United Kingdom, which trains men and women intending to take Holy Orders, as deacon or priest of the Church of England and the ministry of other churches. It was founded in 1881 and named in memory of Nicholas Ridley, a leading Protestant theologian of the sixteenth century.
Silver hallmarks for London 1906 length 11 ¾ inch (30cm) approx.
In very good condition.
Price £90
UK p&p £5

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Antique Silver Fruit Fork Birmingham 1871

Very nice victorian silver fruit fork hallmarked for Birmingham 1871

Maker marked J.G for John Gilbert.

15.5cm in length weighing 26g


Victorian Silver Vinaigrette By George Unite , 1878

Victorian George Unite Silver Vinaigrette of Shaped Form with hinged lid and gilt pierced grille. Fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1878. Makers mark for George Unite. 1.5 inches wide. Excellent condition.


Victorian Silver Pill Box By Henry Matthews 1895

A very nice decorative pill box displaying the classic Henry Matthews floral design. Silver hallmarks and makers marks on the lid and the box.

The piece has the gilt lining still visible and the hinge is is good working order. No dents or scratches.
Hallmarked for Birmingham 1895
51x32x22 mm
26 grams

Victorian solid silver table spoons by Charles Stuart Harris

Very nice set of four Victorian solid silver table spoons by Charles Stuart Harris of London , hallmarked for London 1891.

Weight 197g

In good condition (no dents)


silver vinaigrette by James Fenton Birmingham 1864

Antique Victorian hallmarked sterling silver vinaigrette made by James Fenton and hallmarked for Birmingham in 1864  It measures 1" (2.5 cms) x just under 3/4" (2 cms) and is in very good condition with no damage at all.


Victorian silver scent bottle, by David & Lionel Spier's Birmingham 1884

A beautiful Victorian solid silver travelling scent bottle of cylindrical form. Fully hallmarked to the base and inside the cover for Birmingham 1884. Profusely decorated with chased floral motifs. The cover opens on a hinge in perfect working condition to reveal the inner glass vial. There is a crack in the inner vial and sadly the stopper is missing

Height: 5.5cm

Width: 2cm

Total weight: 48g