A Victorian silver swing-handled basket
probably by Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1836
Circular form, the lobed body with applied cast flower and scroll border, the handle similarly decorated diameter 31cm, together with; two silver mustards and three matching salts, by E S Barnsley & Co, Birmingham 1919, all with matching spoons and blue glass liners, two casters, by E S Barnsley & Co, Birmingham 1920, baluster form with pierced lids, two German oyster dishes, with import marks for Martin Sugar, London 1891, two matched shell dishes, one Birmingham 1894, the other London 1892, formed as scallop shells, two graduating dishes, by Carr's of Sheffield, Sheffield 2000, a large electroplated shell basin, all-over spot-hammered, five electroplated soup tureens, various shapes and sizes, an electroplated six egg cruet frame, modelled as a basket and a ten-piece electroplated tea and coffee service, with matched two-handled tray, bombè form, the four pots with bird of prey finials, all-over embossed with foliate scroll decoration, vacant reserves, raised on scrolled bracket feet with lattice work aprons, weight total 59.5oz. (32)
- Please note no electroplated items are included in this lot.