Silver at Kings Russell

We offer a wide range of silver on a regular basis, from early Charles I pieces, 16th century provincial Irish and Scottish pieces, Georgian, Victorian and up to current day design pieces including Gerald Benney and Stuart Devlin examples.

Located in Knightsbridge we also see a large amount of European and other international silver to include Middle Eastern, Colonial and Asian examples.

Walker & Hall Oil Lamps

A pair of large Walker & Hall silver and glass oil lamps, Neo Classical style stems, the glass bowls with etched decor, twin burners with glass flutes, filled columns and bases, monograms to bases, total item height 92.5cm. Condition report: Overall good, no cracks chips or repairs to the glass, silver free from any dents, splits or visible repair

Sold For £3,470

Table Centre-piece

A Victorian silver centrepiece, domed rococo base on three scrolling feet, supporting a pastoral scene of tambourine playing girl, a cherub, a dog and a beehive, the centre extending to a grape vine with suspended grapes issuing a lattice basket, with glass bowl, hallmarked London, 1857, maker Smith, Nicholson & Co (Stephen Smith & William Nicholson), 2200g, H.23cm

Sold For £5,340

Geralrd Benney silver tea set

A Gerald Benney silver tea set, comprising of a teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl and spoon, bark effect finish, each piece stamped Gerald Benney to base, hallmarked London, 1973, 1440g, H.21.5cm Note: Gerald Benney received many commissions from the Royal Family and was the first craftsman to hold four Royal Warrants simultaneously: from HM The Queen, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Prince of Wales.

Sold For £6,000

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