An Extremely  Fine Pair of Queen Anne Wall Sconces  John Fawdery  Son of John Fawdery of Enstone in the County of Oxford yeoman, apprenticed to Anthony Nelme 16 January 1688. Free, 11 September 1695. Mark entered as largeworker, undated, probably April 1697 on commencement of register. Address: Foster Lane. Livery, April 1705. Signatory as 'working goldsmith' to the petition complaining of the competition of 'necessitous strangers', December 1711 & to that against assaying work of foreigners

An Extremely Fine Pair of Queen Anne Wall Sconces John Fawdery Son of John Fawdery of Enstone in the County of Oxford yeoman, apprenticed to Anthony Nelme 16 January 1688. Free, 11 September 1695. Mark entered as largeworker, undated, probably April 1697 on commencement of register. Address: Foster Lane. Livery, April 1705. Signatory as 'working goldsmith' to the petition complaining of the competition of 'necessitous strangers', December 1711 & to that against assaying work of foreigners

Queen Anne  Tankard 1700  Gabriel Felling is recognized as one of the most outstanding provincial goldsmiths working in the late 17th and early 18th century. He is recorded as a goldsmith of Bruton, Somerset, between 1678 and 1714, and started his career in London working for John Cassan who is recorded by Heal as "Silversmith to the King". Felling's name appears in the London Goldsmiths' Company Court Minute book of April 11 1676.

Queen Anne Tankard 1700 Gabriel Felling is recognized as one of the most outstanding provincial goldsmiths working in the late 17th and early 18th century. He is recorded as a goldsmith of Bruton, Somerset, between 1678 and 1714, and started his career in London working for John Cassan who is recorded by Heal as "Silversmith to the King". Felling's name appears in the London Goldsmiths' Company Court Minute book of April 11 1676.

A pair of George III silver sauce boats, John Henry Vere & William Lutwyche, London, 1766

A pair of George III silver sauce boats, John Henry Vere & William Lutwyche, London, 1766

A Queen Anne silver chocolate pot, John Rand, London, 1708

A Queen Anne silver chocolate pot, John Rand, London, 1708

Dressing table Seddon, Sons and Shackleton (1793–1800) Date: ca. 1790–95 Culture: British, London Medium: Mahogany, glass, ivory

Dressing table Seddon, Sons and Shackleton (1793–1800) Date: ca. 1790–95 Culture: British, London Medium: Mahogany, glass, ivory

Made approx 1610 It is believed that this ewer and basin, which bear the mark of the prominent London goldsmith Symon Owen, were made for Henry Frederick, prince of Wales (1594–1612) and eldest son of James I of England. While ewers and their accompanying basins were originally intended for the washing of hands at the dining table, they were also employed as part of lavish displays of silver on sideboards or buffets in princely or aristocratic houses.

Made approx 1610 It is believed that this ewer and basin, which bear the mark of the prominent London goldsmith Symon Owen, were made for Henry Frederick, prince of Wales (1594–1612) and eldest son of James I of England. While ewers and their accompanying basins were originally intended for the washing of hands at the dining table, they were also employed as part of lavish displays of silver on sideboards or buffets in princely or aristocratic houses.

A George III silver soup tureen and cover of beer interest, Joseph Fearn, London, 1809 | Lot | Sotheby's

A George III silver soup tureen and cover of beer interest, Joseph Fearn, London, 1809 | Lot | Sotheby's

English sterling cream pitcher by Nathan and Hayes. Chester  c1912 (supershrink)

English sterling cream pitcher by Nathan and Hayes. Chester c1912 (supershrink)

Antique James Dixon & Sons SIlver Plated EPBM Teapot - Sheffield - England - Late 1800's to early 1900's by HouseofLucien, $95.00

Reserved for Flora - Antique James Dixon & Sons Silver Plated EPBM Teapot - Sheffield - England - Late 1800's to early 1900's

Antique James Dixon & Sons SIlver Plated EPBM Teapot - Sheffield - England - Late 1800's to early 1900's by HouseofLucien, $95.00

A QUEEN ANNE SILVER AND IVORY  COFFE POT . Francis Garthorne, London, England, circa 1707-1708

A QUEEN ANNE SILVER AND IVORY COFFE POT . Francis Garthorne, London, England, circa 1707-1708

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