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Mixed lot: a pair of Victorian pierced bon bon dishes and the following Edwardian items: a pair of small embossed photograph frames, pierced navette shaped...

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  • Mixed lot: a pair of Victorian pierced bon
    bon dishes and the following Edwardian items: a pair of small embossed photograph frames, pierced navette shaped bon bon dish and sweetmeat dish on stand with Celtic border, ... [more like this]
  • A late-Victorian silver bon bon dish, shaped
    oval form, pierced with lattice decoration and embossed with foliate scrolls, the whole on four pierced feet, by Frank Sibray and Job Hall, London 1892, plus a silver sugar ... [more like this]
  • A Victorian silver bon-bon dish, Atkin Brothers,
    Sheffield, 1892, the oval shaped bowl with pierced detail and scrolling bead borders, on a spreading pedestal foot, 119g; and two silver bon-bon dishes, various makers, Birmingham ... [more like this]
  • Pair of Victorian sterling silver pierced
    bon bon dishes william comyns, london, 1889 Each with a wide pierced rim cast c-scrolls and foliage, the center raised on pierced foliate and c-scroll feet. (2). ... [more like this]
  • A Victorian oval bon bon dish, fluted body
    and embossed floral border, by George Maudsley Jackson, London 1893, and an Edwardian pierced bon bon dish, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London 1908, 5.6oz. (2) ... [more like this]
  • A late Victorian silver bon-bon dish by Walker
    & Hall, repoussé with strap work cartouche, pierced diaper panels within a border of sea scrolls, flowers and foliage, on a pierced raised foot rim, Sheffield 1896, 19½cm ... [more like this]
    BON BON DISH by Deakin & Francis, oval form, floral embossed and lattice pierced panels beneath a scroll and flowerhead embossed border, 3/4in high, 6in wide, Birmingham 1896, ... [more like this]
  • A pair of late Victorian pierced oval bon
    bon dishes, (in the 18th century Dutch style), with bead borders and pierced oval bases, by W. Gibson & J. Langman, London 1897, 7in (18cm) long, 10oz. (2) ... [more like this]
    Elkington & Co, oval with floral embossed border and pierced oval base, 2in. (5cm) high, 6 1/4 in. x 5in. (15.9 x 12.7cm), London 1890, 3oz. EST 40-60 ... [more like this]
    oval two handled form with wriggle engraved and lattice pierced bands, 2" (5.1cm) high, 8" x 3 3/4" (20.3cm x 9.5cm) Sheffield 1894, 3oz EST 60-90 ... [more like this]
  • Pair Of Victorian Silver Bon Bon Dishes,
    With Embossed And Pierced Floral And Fruit Decoration, The Scalloped Border With Shell Motifs. Diameter 6½ Inches. Fully Hallmarked For Birmingham x 1897. Weight 6.43toz. ... [more like this]
  • Pair of Victorian pierced circular Bon Bon
    Dishes with swing handles and blue glass liners on ball and claw feet, Sheffield 1867 ... [more like this]
  • A Victorian oval Bon Bon Dish with pierced
    and embossed design, London 1897, maker: Wm Comyns ... [more like this]
  • A mixed lot of items including: A disc menu
    holder by Sampson Morden & Co, a pierced bon bon dish, a Victorian Fiddle pattern condiment spoon by Mary Chawner, Mappin & Webb soup spoons, two other silver spoons, a cased ... [more like this]
  • A pair of late-Victorian silver bon bon dishes,
    oval form, pierced and embossed with cherubs, and garlands of flowers and medallions, on four bracket feet, with blue glass liners, with import marks for Chester 1899, importer's ... [more like this]
  • A set of four late Victorian pierced oval
    bon bon dishes, on pedestal bases, with beaded rims, by Chaplin & Sons, London 1893, 4.5in (11.2cm) wide, 13oz. (4) ... [more like this]
    shaped oval form, the centres embossed with angels, by William Comyns, London 1896/1900, together with seven napkin rings and four further embossed and pierced bon bon dishes ... [more like this]
  • A Traprain reproduction large silver triangular
    salt Brook & Sons, Edinburgh 1925, of conventional form; a pair of Victorian open salts, Edinburgh 1852, with embossed floral border and raised on simple hoof feet; together ... [more like this]
  • A group of cased cutlery to include a
    set of twelve teaspoons and tongs; another set similar in hourglass variant; a set of six coffee spoons and tongs; together with six King's pattern Victorian teaspoons, a ... [more like this]
  • A foliate embossed cream and sugar pair,
    Birmingham/Chester 1903, to/w a Victorian Christening mug, a pierced bon-bon dish, pair of napkin rings, miniature 'flour-sifter', pepper pot and a thimble, 10.4 oz ... [more like this]

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