A QUEEN ANNE SILVER TANKARD, MARK OF JOHN RUSLEN, LONDON, 1707, Later decorated with vertical fluting separated by wavy-edged, matted, horizontal bands, Onslow scroll thumbpiece and vacant rococo cartouche, handle with engraved contemporary initials, "H" over "IS", 7 in. high (17 cm.), 26 oz.
A Fabergé silver covered sugar bowl and cream jug, workmaster Alexander Väkevä (Wäkeva), St Petersburg, 1904-1908, in neoclassical taste, the urn-form bodies cast with winged lion's heads above tripod supports, chased leaf and berry boders, the circular bases centred with rosettes, the sugar bowl with fir cone finial, gilt interiors.
A SET OF FOUR SHEFFIELD-PLATED WINE COOLERS, CIRCA 1800 tub shaped on circular foot rim, with gadrooned lower bodies and loop handles springing from the heads of bacchic females, detachable collars and liners numbered 1-4 left of handles
A wonderful sterling silver tea pot by S Kirk & Son Co with chased irises all around the body and lid on four feet and three dimensional flower finial. The handle, lid and spout are also heavily chased. Height 7" at the finial; overall width 10". Extremely heavy i.e. 39.30 troy ounces. Circa 1903.
A large Fabergé silver champagne cooler, workmaster Stefan Väkevä (Wäkeva), St Petersburg, 1899-1903, in neoclassical taste, the gadrooned bowl with palmette border, the knopped stem cast with bound reeds and acanthus, the square base with entrelac borders, four paw feet. This impressive cooler is perhaps the largest Fabergé object of its type known to exist.