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Broad bordered alms dish slightly sunk with circle in centre engraved. Inscribed on broad border.
Four Marks on rim (rubbed). Maker's mark 'A.F.'
An oblong silver pyx with lid. Engraved on the front with sacred monogram.
Four marks: Makers, Assay, Sterling and Date. Maker's mark of 'W&H' for Walker & Hall.
Deep beaker shaped bowl with everted rim decorated with strapwork enclosing wheat-eared pattern not interlacing. Either side of the foliate engraved girdle with arabesque pendants.
Chalice in beaten silver with deep bucket shaped bowl. Trumpet shaped stem with compressed knot with gadrooned edge quarter way down stem.
Deep beaker shaped bowl everted rim engraved with thrice interlacing leaf pattern round bowl. Lozenge decorated collet joins bowl and spool stem) with lozenge at lower edge.
Deep bucket shaped bowl in beaten silver. Trumpet shaped stem with compressed knot with gadrooned edge, quarter way down stem.
Silver gilt, beaker shaped, bowl, with everted rim, inscribed within the arabesque ornament.
Flat cap lid with volute thumb piece, engraved with sacred monogram Tall cylindrical body with boldy cast lip, engraved on the front with armorials and contemporary script.
Tall cylindrical body on spreading skirt foot with two moulded bands above. Hollow scroll handle of tapering form, flat cap lid with cross finial.
Flat cap lid with heart pieced billet thumb piece, engraved with sacred monogram I.H.S. Tall cylindrical body with bodly cast lip, engraved and inscribed on the front in contemporary script.
Flat cap lid with moulded thumb piece. Decorated on the lid with sacred monogram I.H.S.
Unusual round bellied flagon with globular bowl and thin neck, standing on a small circular foot. With curved spout rising from centre of bowl to level with domed lid.
Plain paten in beaten silver, slight depression with beaten rim.
Engraved on underside with four marks: Makers, Sterling, Assay and Date.
Plain paton without ornament and moulded rim and dished centre.
Four Marks under foot: Maker, Assay, Sterling and Date. Makers mark of Edward Pocock - a lion rampant over 'E.P.'
Narrow rim on round plate with raised central boss decorated with armorial bearings. Plain plate on central stem. Inscribed on outside rim. This paton is matching stand for item 103.
Plain circular plate with moulded rim and stepped depression of the dish.
Four marks on the underside: Makers, Sterling, Assay and Date.
Salver on a central stem, with broad 5.7cm plain rim to the plate. Underside engraved. Plate on trumpet foot, possibly a later addition.
Circular salver on central stem with embossed gadrooned border. Similar bordered trumpet foot. Underside engraved. Heavily restored at foot and centre of salver.
A pair of shallow beaker shaped bowls with everted rims engraved with patee cross on sides. Compressed stepped knots and balaster stems. Stepped foot rim. Joined to stem with ring moulding.