Fine Antique Silver & Objects of Vertu
SOLD - SUGAR BOWLS
The items below have been sold, and remain here for reference purposes only.
George III Silver Sugar/Sweetmeat Basket
Made by Thomas Liddiard, London 1787
'The Winchester Bushel'
An Arts & Crafts Silver Sugar Bowl
Made by A.E. Jones, Birmingham 1909
Art Nouveau Silver 'Poppy' Sugar Bowl
Made by Henry Hobson & Sons, Birmingham 1905
Silver Pierced Sugar/Bon-Bon Basket
Made by S. Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1920
A French Gilded Silver, Slate & Glass Sweetmeat Dish
Portraying A Cherub Climbing A Tree To See The Baby Birds In Their Nest
Made by Jules Wiese, Paris c.1870
George III Silver Sugar/Sweetmeat basket
Made by George Smith & Thomas Hayter, London 1799
Arts & Crafts Silver 'Lightly-Hammered' Bowl
Made by Omar Ramsden, London 1927
Silver Bowl & Sauce/Sugar Laddle
Made by Stokes & Ireland, Chester 1937
Edwardian Silver Octagonal Bowl with Pierced Handles
Made by James Wakely & Frank Clark Wheeler, London 1901
Edwardian Silver Sugar Bowl.
Made by Walker & Hall of Sheffield in 1901.
Victorian Silver Naturalistic Sugar Bowl & Sifter.
Made by J.Heath & J.Middleton of London in 1891.
A silver sugar bowl.
Made by James Dixon & Sons in Sheffield, 1933.
Victorian Silver Cream Jug & Sugar Bowl.
Made by William Hutton & Sons of London in 1896.
George III Silver Sugar Bowl.
Made by Charles Chesterman of London in 1801.
Silver & glass sugar bowl & sprung tongs.
Made by John Turton & Co. in Sheffield, 1931.
Diameter at widest point 4.5" (11.5cm).
Victorian Silver Cream & Sugar Pots with Cream Ladle & Sugar Sifter.
Made by James Dixon & Sons of Sheffield, in 1912.
Length 7.25" (19cm).
Height 6" (15cm).
Weight including Ladles 8.51 troy oz. (165g)
Silver sugar bowl.
Made by Charles Boyton and Sons in London, 1910.
Length 7.75" (19.5cm). Weight 12.6 troy oz.(392g).
Silver Sugar Bowl.
Made by Wilson & Gill in Birmingham, 1933.
Length from handle to handle 6" (15cm). Weight 7.10 troy oz. (221g).
Silver Lidded Pierced Sugar Pot.
Made by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes in Chester, 1910.
Height 7.25" (18.5cm). Weight of silver 7.65 troy oz. (238g).
Art-deco Austrian .800 silver & glass sugar bowl.
Made circa 1920.
Height with handle up 6" (15cm).
Austrian .800 silver sugar bowl.
Made by G. M., circa 1900.
Length from handle to handle 5.5" (14cm). Weight 10 troy oz. (311g).
Edwardian silver sugar bowl.
Made by G. Nathan and R. Hayes in Chester, 1903.
Diameter 4.5" (11.5cm). Weight of silver 5.5 troy oz. (171g).
Silver sugar Bowl.
Made by Mappin and Webb in Sheffield, 1917.
A French .950 silver lidded pot.
Made circa 1880.
Dutch silver & glass sugar bowl.
London import mark for 1898.
Length from handle to handle 6" (15cm).
Weight of silver 5.85 Troy oz. (182g).
Edwardian silver sugar Bowl.
Made by Mark Willis and Sons in Sheffield, 1907.
An Edwardian silver sugar bowl.
Made by Frederick Courthope in London, 1901.
A George III silver sugar bowl.
Made by Crispin Fuller in London, 1802.
Height 3.5" (8.5cm). Width 7.25" (18cm). Weight 6.75 Troy oz (210gr).