Buy & Sell Silverware At Auction
Stunning decorative pieces regularly come under the hammer as we are constantly unearthing inspiring and fascinating finds. Silverware often depicts design and craftsmanship at its best. Silver jewellery is popular and often symbolic of romance, love, spirituality, happiness or mourning.
Potteries Auctions hold monthly Antique and Collectors Auctions with a varied section of around 50 lots of wonderful silver pieces that we discover. We also showcase fine silver in our tri-annual Fine Art & Antique Auctions.
Related Silverware Auction Lots
Victorian silver chamberstick / taperstick with matching snuffer, maker G.F. All hallmarks for London 1862. Weight 164.7g. Measures 9cm x 7.5cm high inc. snuffer.
Sale Price: £260.00
Silver Art Deco Biscuit Barrel, hallmarks for Birmingham 1936. Weight 660.2g / 21.24 tr oz. Height 18cm. Makers Elkington & Co. Redolent of the designs of Dr Christopher Dresser. In good condition.
Sale Price: £750.00
Indian silver coloured metal MUG with embossed and chased decoration. C1880 - 1900. 11.5cm high. 233 grams. Good overall condition, with very slight denting, and slight compression to stem.
Sale Price: £95.00
Stuart Devlin silver comport, tazza or footed dish, presumably made to celebrate the Christening of 'Prince William of Wales, born on 21/6/82 ', and is contemporaneously engraved around the base as such. Fully hallmarked for London 1983, together with SD makers mark. Highlighted with gilt decoration on the rim and feathers. Measures 21.5cm x 10 cm high appx. Weight 489g / 15.73 tr oz.
Sale Price: £280.00
George III large silver salver, hallmarks for London 1831. Measuring 44cm wide. Weight 2039g. Bears an extensive but light inscription relating to Hugh James Vardon 1850, both to front and rear. This salver was presented, together with a smaller salver, which bears a presentation inscription to Hugh James Vardon in 1850. The inscription on the smaller salver makes reference to another, larger salver (the one in this lot). The smaller salver is for sale in Lot 1149.
Sale Price: £680.00
Victorian Silver ornate teapot, maker Henry Holland, hallmarked for London 1853, 919 grams.
Sale Price: £320.00
Two silver MEAT SKEWERS - one is hallmarked Birmingham 1776 with makers mark IM, the other appears to be 18th century with makers mark but no hallmark. 29cm and 27.5cm long and weigh 130g.
Sale Price: £200.00
Continental, probably Dutch, large novelty silver PIN CUSHION in the form of a FISH. 13cm long. Early 20th century.
Sale Price: £140.00
Pair of Silver Sauce Tureens with lids, clearly hallmarked for Sheffield 1902. 696.2g.
Sale Price: £240.00
Large ornate Silver Water / Wine jug Edinburgh 1852. Weight 964.5g. 25.5cm high. Maker JMc.
Sale Price: £1000.00
Solid Sterling silver canteen of cutlery for 8 persons in non original old case, 8 dessert spoons, 2 serving spoons, 8 forks, 8 silver handled knives with stainless steel blades supplied by Piddocks of Hanley (Sheffield 1971), total weighable silver excluding knives 1553.9 grams
Sale Price: £420.00
Silver three branch candelabra, hallmarked for Birmingham 1959, 1200 grams
Sale Price: £520.00
Popular Silverware at Auction
Popular searches include:
- cigarette cases
- condiment sets
- cutlery sets
- Dressing table sets
- Scent bottles
- trinket boxes
Potteries Auctions can identify and provide valuations on a wide range of Silverware pieces. Request a call back if you are looking for a valuation and are seeking to sell some collector pieces at auction.
Potteries Auctions can collect items for auction from anywhere in the UK, and we can also handle large collections from all over the world, so just get in touch with us to discuss. We pride ourselves in our packing and shipping service to get goods out to purchasers, making it a perfect solution for buyers who can’t attend auctions in person.