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€ 400 - € 600

A 1950s silver and gilt silver chalice and cover, with the matching spoon, marked Durieu, Kain, H 20,8 cm - weight 844 g

€ 1.500 - € 2.000

An imposing English Renaissance revival silver cup with assorted cover, the domed foot as well as the body decorated with embossed and engraved lobes, alternately depicting hunting scenes and mythological deities, the finial on the cover representing (probably) King Richard Lionheart, London (1890) hallmarked (two year letters?), makers' mark T.G., de cuppa extra marked with, in our opinion, apocryphal German (Nurnberg) hallmarks, total H 42 cm, total weight 1102g

€ 600 - € 800

A Rococo style cut crystal bowl with silver mount, illegibly marked and with makers mark J.M.; added a Neoclassical silver double salière with gilt silver interiors, monogrammed, Odiot à Paris hallmarked, serialnumber 6063, tested on silver purity, total weight 644g, H 11,5 - 15 cm

€ 300 - € 500

An Oriental silver filigree horse-drawn carriage, in a glass box with an Art Nouveau decorated base, no visible hallmarks but tested on silver purity, H 19,5 - W 30,5 - D 10 cm (dimensions of the silver item) - H 25,5 - W 39,5 - D 18 cm (dimensions of the box)

€ 500 - € 700

A pair of Rococo Revival silver footed platters, with a D.A. owners' mark, hallmarked 13 lothige (Austro-Hungarian), 19thC, H 9 - 90,5 / W 34 - D 22 cm, total weight: 739g

€ 400 - € 600

A Neoclassical silver cruet set, illegibly hallmarked, could be Brussels (?), period tested (stitch), with a J.F. owners mark,18thC, H 25,5 cm, total weight: 470g

€ 400 - € 800

A silver 'marabout' with ebonised wooden handle, no visible hallmarks, tested on silver purity, 19thC, total weight: 686g, H 24,3 cm

 

€ 1.200 - € 1.800

A pair of silver Rococo candlesticks, illegible hallmarks, most probably Southern Netherlands, total weight: 1073g, H 23,5 cm 

€ 500 - € 800

A Gothic Revival gilt silver chalice, by the Bruges workshop of J. Vandamme (father of the former Bruges Mayor), about 1890 - 1910, with a matching spoon, H 20,8 - weight 666 g

€ 1.000 - € 1.500

A 19thC French silver vermeil tea set with 24 spoons, a tea strainer and a tong, in a heart-shaped leather case, makers mark PDR, total weight: 513g

€ 3.000 - € 4.000

A twelve-person silver 'menagère' cutlery set 'au grand complet', 800/1000, LXV model, made by Robbe & Berking, the total, knives included, 148 pieces, 12 bigger forks and spoons and matching knives, 12 dessert forks, spoons and matching knives, 12 fish forks and knives, 12 coffee spoons, 12 ice spoons, 12 cake forks, 16 pieces serving cutlery, Total silver weight: about 6010g