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ARNE JACOBSEN: A stainless steel table service of flatware and cutlery made by A Michelsen, Denmark (180)

A German 20th century silver-gilt flatware dessert service and cutlery by Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik (WMF), Geislingen an der Steige, knives also marked Fridour for Zwilling J.A Henckels (34)

A Victorian silver mushroom novelty pepper by E.H Stockwell, London 1882

Two silver novelty peppers modelled as a chauffeur and a toy horse on wheels, by Sanders & Shepherd, Chester 1906 and 1904 (2)

Two cast Victorian / Edwardian silver novelty peppers the first by Saunders & Shepherd, London 1889 (2)

A Victorian silver boar's head novelty pepper by Jacob Berman, London 1883

An ornate Victorian silver-gilt dish with the mark for William Henry Jackson overstriking that of Francis Boone Thomas, later retailed by Asprey, London 1883

LIBERTY & CO: An Edwardian silver pepper London 1906 together with thirtytwo other items (33)

A Victorian silver champagne cork novelty pepper by Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1879 together with four aother novelty peppers/sander (5)

A George III silver swing-handle sugar basket probably by William Potter, London 1787 together with a pair of Victorian Fiddle pattern basting spoons and a pair of asparagus tongs, by Mary Chawner, London 1839 (4)

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