A Dutch silver serving tray Mark of Bernardus Blencke, Groningen, 1723/24 Of circular form with reeded border, the center engraved with with an accollee coat-of-arms, marked on base 27.8 cm. diam. 624 gr.
A Dutch silver table-bell Mark of Bernardus Blencke, Groningen, 1739/40 Of bell-shape with reeded rim, the upper part with stylised leaves, the baluster handle with knop finial, marked on bell 12 cm. high 322 gr.
A rare Dutch silver bodebus Mark of Jan van Giffen, Groningen, circa 1771, struck with maker's mark only and with later Paris and Dutch duty marks Embossed with a sailing vessel surrounded by a border of C-scrolls and rocaille ornament and engraved Sije Ebbens, Tijdse Pieters en Harm Bol als Olderlue Van de Niewe Taxsatie Gilde in Veendam 1771, all surmounted by a crown, suspended on three chains, marked on front and hook of chain 14.6 cm. long 144 gr.
A Dutch silver miniature table bell Probably mark of Jan Borduur, probably Amsterdam, probably 1750 Realistically shaped, circular with two reeded bands and baluster handle, marked inside 5.7 cm. high 40 gr.
A Dutch silver tankard and cover Mark of Jacques Pars, Appingedam, circa 1691, struck twice with maker's mark only On spreading foot, the cylindrical sides contemporarily engraved with a coat of arms and inscribed De Hoogh Edele en Eerentfeste H. Heeren Gerechtight tot het Slijtboeck van Leermens 1691 den 2 Apr:, the cover engraved with the figure of Justice, applied with scroll handle and twisted thumbpiece, marked on base 12.3 cm. high 302 gr.
A Dutch silver beaker, 'Dobbelbeker' Mark of Jan Draper, Groningen, 1636/37 Of tapering form, on a circular foot with a corded band, the upper part engraved with strapwork, flowers and drapery, inscribed 1637, the reverse base openworked and containing a dice, marked on rim 11.7 cm. high 146 gr.
A DUTCH SILVER BEAKER MARK OF HENDRICK VAN LAER, GRONINGEN, 1651-52 Tapering cylindrical, the sides engraved with foliage scrolls and ribbon-tied fruiting swags, further engraved 'Imme Alberts' and dated '1650', applied above the spreading foot with foliage band, marked underneath 5¼ in. (13.5 cm.) high 6 oz. (187 gr.)
1768 British Fish slice at the Museums Sheffield, Sheffield - From the curators' comments: "This is a silver fish slice made in London in the late eighteenth century. It was intended for use in separating and serving portions of fish. Earlier designs were more triangular and pointed and were often used to drain and serve whitebait. This server would have been used to serve portions of a larger fish."
LORENTZ JOHANN RÖPER GERMAN LARGE PARCEL-GILT SILVER BEAKER AND COVER engraved with two coats-of-arms below a coronet flanked by the initials S.C and H.Z.M 24cm, 9 1/2 in high 512gr, 16oz 6dwt Rostock, 1720