Antique Silver

The enduring appeal of antique silver lies not only in its versatility, but also in the provenance and narrative that surrounds each piece. We pride ourselves on our breadth of offering, each exquisite and rich with history.
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The enduring appeal of antique silver lies not only in its versatility, but also in the provenance and narrative that surrounds each piece. We pride ourselves on our breadth of offering, each exquisite and rich with history.
£ 650

Silver Candle Wick Trimmers

£ 1,750

Silver George III Inkstand
M. Plumber, 1792

£ 1,950

Silver George III Inkstand
H. Green, 1778

£ 1,450

Silver Victorian Coach Lamp
J.N. Mappin, 1883

£ 4,250

Silver Victorian Inkstand
Edward Barnard & Son, 1857

£ 750

Silver William IV Shell-Shaped Ladle
W.H. Eaton, 1832

£ 1,450

Silver William III Trefid Spoon
1691

£ 285

Silver George III Meat Skewer
Eley & Fearn, 1804

£ 285

Silver William IV Meat Skewer
Mary Chawner, 1835

£ 485

Silver George III Meat Skewer
Hester Bateman, 1787

£ 285

Silver George III Meat Skewer
Thomas Ollivant, 1808

£ 675

Silver George III Pair of Serving Spoons
Solomon Hougham, 1805

£ 225

Silver Victorian Serving Spoon
Lias Bros., 1840

£ 465

Silver Victorian Pair of Salad Servers
Tiffany & Co., 1893

£ 585

Silver George III Patterned Basting Spoon
T. Wallis, 1767

£ 425

Silver George I Spoon With Marrow Scoop Stem
Richard Scarlett, 1724

£ 1,850

Continental Silver George V Pair of Compôte Dishes
Tiffany & Co., 1912-1920

£ 950

Silver George VI 10" Cake Dish With Pedestal
1946

£ 6,850

Silver Victorian Cruet
George Angell, 1872

£ 1,250

Silver George II Sugar Sifter
Simon Pantin, 1731

£ 1,650

Silver Victorian Scallop Shell Sweet Dishes
, 1895

£ 12,850

Silver Victorian Table Centrepiece
Barnards & Co., 1862

£ 750

Silver Pierced Dish

£ 325

Silver Victorian Silver And Glass Cruet Stand
John Round, 1886

£ 3,350

Silver George VI Rose Bowl
1948

£ 485

Silver George V Three Piece Condiment Set
D.H.A., 1936

£ 850

84 Zolotniki Nicholas II Fabergé Napkin Ring
Fabergé, 1911

£ 3,850

Silver George I Three Piece Sugar Casters Set
Sam Weldon, 1725

£ 1,850

Silver George I Sugar Caster
Charles Adams, 1715

£ 950

Silver George III Oval Salver
W.B., 1790

£ 10,500

Britannia Silver Anne Pair of Candlesticks
Timbrell & Bell, 1710

£ 7,250

Britannia Silver George I Pair of Candlesticks
Ben Watts, 1716

£ 475

Old Sheffield Plate George IV Bottle Coasters
c.1820

£ 2,250

Silver George III Salver
Makepeace & Carter, 1778

£ 1,425

Silver Edward VII 32oz Bowl
Elkington & Co, 1903

£ 575

Silver George III Drum Mustard Pot
Henry Chawner, 1794

£ 475

Silver George III Drum Mustard Pot
Henry Chawner, 1790

£ 1,650

Silver George III Pair of Salvers
Richard Rugg, 1765

£ 2,250

Silver George II Pair of Salvers
Thomas Farren, 1733

£ 475

Old Sheffield Plate George III Pair of Coasters
O.S., 1815

£ 1,250

Silver George III Bowl
1795

£ 1,950

Silver George II Pair of Salvers
Ebenezer Coker, 1755

£ 1,850

Silver George III Pair of Salvers
Robert Abercromby, 1839

£ 425

Old Sheffield Plate Bottle Coasters
c.1820

£ 375

Silver George III Drum Mustard Pot
John Emes, 1800

£ 650

Silver George III Salver
Robert Makepeace, 1780

£ 4,250

Silver George II Pair of Candlesticks
Peter Taylor, 1754

£ 425

Britannia Silver George V Octagonal Shaped Caster
Goldsmiths & Silversmith, 1926

£ 575

Silver George III Drum Mustard Pot
I.D., 1791

£ 1,750

Silver George IV Meat Dish
William Eley, 1826

£ 3,650

Silver George III Pair of Meat Dishes
Robert Sharp, 1794

£ 435

Silver George VI Caster
S.J. Phillips, 1937

£ 425

Silver Plate Victorian Bottle Coasters
c.1850

£ 850

Silver George V Pair of Sauce Boats
Crate & Mansell, 1937

£ 1,050

Silver George V Meat Dish
George Harrison, 1912

£ 1,763

Silver Elizabeth II Pair of Candlesticks
D.J. Silver, 1969

£ 2,850

Silver George III Pair of Chamber Sticks
George Hattie, 1818

£ 4,250

Silver George II Pair of Candlesticks
W.M. Gould, 1742

£ 475

Silver George III Mustard Pot
Robert Hennell, 1786

£ 950

Silver George V Pair of Sauce Boats
Mappin & Webb, 1920

About Antique Silver

The gleam of silver has been associated with wealth and status for centuries. The Georgians and Victorians were prolific in their use of this precious metal, with a vast array of tableware, along with practical and ornamental accessories, being produced for the wealthy and elite members of society.

As a sixth generation family jeweller, Pragnell are proud to continue our tradition of offering a carefully curated selection of the very best pieces of antique silver that will work well in both traditional and contemporary settings.

Our extensive selection features exceptional Georgian antique silver candlesticks by Paul de Lamerie, neo-classical pieces from the workshops of Peter Carl Faberge, and 1970s novelty creations from Stuart Devlin. We also specialise in antique silver spoons and tankards that can be presented plain or engraved, making the perfect gift to mark a special occasion.

Now is the time to consider investing in a beautiful piece of antique silver that can bring your annual Christmas table to life, whilst creating a family tradition that will become cherished and adored by future generations.

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