Here you can find a large variety of distinctive antique silver pieces, like “travelling necessaires” with their silver pieces and original case, antique silver egg cups and other small or large silver treasures.
This French travelling nécessaire from the end of the 18th century has fittings in vermeil (silver-gilt) from Strasbourg. The case, covered with green leather, is original. Maker: François Daniel Imlin.
These Queen Anne, square silver boxes are octagonal divided by narrow and long sides. The only decoration of these exceptionally attractive boxes is the fine gadroons (ornamental surface or edges) on foot and lid.
The present silver tea caddy is a typical English, silver object from the George I period, early 18th century. Nice smooth surface and minimalistic design in great quality. London 1713/4, John Farnell.