Fine Antique Silver & Objects of Vertu
SOLD - WINE COASTERS
The items below have been sold, and remain here for reference purposes only.
George III Silver & Mahogany Wine/Decanter Coaster
Made by Robert Hennell, London 1792
A Pair of George III Silver & Fruitwood Wine Coasters
Made by Samuel & Charles Young & Co., Sheffield 1819
Art Deco Silver & Glass Teapot Stand/Coaster
Made by Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1937
A Pair Of George IV Silver & Wood Wine Coasters.
Made by Samuel & Charles Young of Sheffield in 1820.
A Pair of Silver & Wood Wine Coasters.
Made by Barker Ellis Silver Company of Birmingham in 1967.
Irish Silver Coaster.
Made by R.I.I. of Dublin in 1973.
George IV Silver & Wood Wine Coasters.
Made by Joseph Angell of London in 1820.
A Pair Of George III Silver & Wood Wine Coasters.
Made by Robert & Samuel Hennell of London in 1811.
A pair of George III silver wine coasters.
Made by John Roberts & Co. in Sheffield, 1805.
Diameter 5.5" (14cm).
George III silver & paper-mache coaster.
Made by Thomas Willmore in Birmingham, 1802.
Diameter 5.25" (13cm).
A pair of silver & wood small coasters.
Made by E. Greenberg in Birmingham, 1924.
Diameter 3.4" (8.5cm).
A pair of French .950 silver wine coasters.
Made by Francois Durand in Paris circa 1860. Diameter 7" (17.5cm).
George III silver wine coasters.
Made by Smith, Tate, Hoult & Tate in Sheffield, 1818. Diameter 6" (15.5cm). Height 1.5" (3.5cm).