The bases are stamped JB 1404. Bases are 4.1cms in diameter x 7.5cms high. Exact age unknown. Made of metal, very heavy, combined weight approx 262 grams.
The feet are stamped JB. Bases are 5.3cms square and are 10.5cms high. Exact age unknown but c1900. Reasonable condition, they need a good polish.
Unmarked / no brand name, not of any great age, maybe 1970s / 1980s. Bases are 12.8cms in diameter, nice used condition, just need a light polish.
Ashtrays are 11.3cms in diameter, coins tested with an X-ray machine and registered as silver. No idea the date of the coins.
Nice condition, just needs a polish, 8.4cms high, base is 4.2cms in diameter.
The stopper has a thin glass applicator attached, the applicator in turn is housed in a small cylindrical glass jar, which can be unscrewed and removed. Made of an unknown gold / bronze gilt metal with 3 bevelled smoky glass windows...
Each features the Christofle hallmark at the top of the handle and are 24cms long with each stainless steel blade also matching. The blade of one knife is loose in the handle and needs attention. There are wear & marks to both the...
The lighter is currently not working, it will need a service / refill / repair. Felt is missing to the base. Outer has general wear and needs a good clean.
Apart from needing a polish it’s in great condition. Very sturdy, a quality item. Toast slots are 15mm wide.
According to the printed description (see photo) the set was displayed in a German / Austrian Jewellery store as a salesmans' sample set. However we believe the dates are wrong, the set may be closer to 1930s / 1940s (pre WW2). We can not verify the...
There is no makers mark or country of origin. Research has revealed little. The was one reference though to an exact same item “Being bought home after WW2” Measures 15.7cms wide x 13.1cms deep x 1.7cms high & weighs approx 480 grams...
Can’t see any brand name or makers mark, possibly military. Currently not working, 6.5cms high, great condition.
Stunning silver plate over pewter wall plaque originating from Germany and possibly made by the German firm J. P. Kayser Sohn, though it is not stamped with a makers mark. The back of the plaque is stamped with 331. The design is...
4 forks and 2 spoons. 21cms long. In good used condition.
Beautifully decorated sterling silver handled grape shears possibly German and stamped Sterling. The ornate grape vine design is stunning and climbs all around both sides of the handles with clusters of grapes and leaves. The shears...
Both collars are hallmarked Sheffield with the date letter r for the year 1909, makers mark is HG. The blade & tines are both EPNS not silver, with the handles being faux bone. The Knife is 32cms long, the Fork 23cms. Housed in original...
Overall measures 15.8cms wide x 11cms high, some minor wear to mirror, looks to date c1930s / 1940s, no makers mark, small crack to wood.
Not stamped or hallmarked but fairly confident it’s Russian in origin. Weighs approx 26 grams and is 19.2cms long. The spoons scoop is 51mm in diameter. The handle is slightly bent. Very Nice