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William IV Period Silver Gilt Peers Coronet (1831						London)

A silver-gilt Viscount’s coronet, originally made for the coronation of William IV, Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, 01

An Edwardian silver-gilt Duchess's coronet, Mark of Sebastian Garrard, London, 1901, H. 12.8 cm, D. 9 cm.

An Edwardian silver-gilt Duchess's coronet, Mark of Sebastian Garrard, London, H.

An Edward VII Silver Gilt Baroness Coronet, JFH, London 1902, 12.5cm wide.

An Edward VII Silver Gilt Baroness Coronet, JFH, London 1902, 12.5cm wide.

Silver Countess's Coronet, worn at Edward VII's & Subsequent Coronations, made by I. P. in London, 1901, height approx. 13cm, diameter of base 16cm, diameter of head space 12cm.

Silver Countess's Coronet, worn at Edward VII's & Subsequent Coronations, made by I. in London, height approx. diameter of base diameter of head space

The Cholmondeley Coronet, 1902. England. Silver gilt, silver, ermine, velvet, silk and metallic thread.

The Cholmondeley Coronet, 1902. England. Silver gilt, silver, ermine, velvet, silk and metallic thread.

THE EARL OF GUILDFORD'S CORONATION ROBES  THE CORONET LONDON, 1820, MAKER'S MARK TH. The coronet of typical form, mounted in faux ermine and red velvet and with a central gilt and silver thread tassel.

THE EARL OF GUILDFORD'S CORONATION ROBES THE CORONET LONDON, 1820, MAKER'S MARK TH. The coronet of typical form, mounted in faux ermine and red velvet and with a central gilt and silver thread tassel.

The soup tureen is presented with associated fiddle and thread patterned ladle with matching bright cut engraved crest. The ladle was made by 'William Chawner II, London' in 1831.  This George IV tureen is an exceptional example of its type - it is difficult to find pieces such as this presented with a matching stand.

An exceptional, fine and impressive antique George IV English sterling silver soup tureen with matching stand and associated ladle;

Exquisite antique 19th century French sterling silver condiment set, comprising of four open salt cellars and one lidded mustard pot, each ornately decorated in Louis XVI styling and bearing a lavish medallion cartouche surrounded by flowers and monogrammed with engraved initials CD or CO. Has gilt vermeil interiors. The set retains the original salt spoons and mustard spoon, also embellished at the handle with a classical floral decoration. The back of the salt spoons have a scalloped shell…

Exquisite antique 19th century French sterling silver condiment set, comprising of four open salt cellars and one lidded mustard pot, each ornately decorated in Louis XVI styling and bearing a lavish medallion cartouche surrounded by flowers and monogrammed with engraved initials CD or CO. Has gilt vermeil interiors. The set retains the original salt spoons and mustard spoon, also embellished at the handle with a classical floral decoration. The back of the salt spoons have a scalloped shell…

A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER WINE-COOLERS MARK OF RICHARD SIBLEY, LONDON, 1819 Each campana shaped on spreading foot, the sides cast and chased with Bacchic putto in various pursuits, with leaf-capped scroll handles, with an egg-and-dart and beaded border

A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER WINE-COOLERS MARK OF RICHARD SIBLEY, LONDON, 1819 Each campana shaped on spreading foot, the sides cast and chased with Bacchic putto in various pursuits, with leaf-capped scroll handles, with an egg-and-dart and beaded border

Crown of Hildesheim, Germany (ca. 1000; gold, silver, cameos, pearls, precious gemstones).

The Crown of Hildesheim, showing a cameo and flat plaques of venetian-style patterned glass used as "gems". Cathedral of St. From: Early Medieval European Crowns and Coronets

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