Silver

Both beautiful and functional, the use of silver in history can be dated back to 4000 BC. The department is headed up by Nick who comes with over 30 years experience in the business selling silver. At Fieldings, you can only imagine the varied items that come in for advice or sale. Silver has been used from the Middle East to the British Isles as a commodity, currency and for decorative purposes and we are very happy to advise on all aspects of antique and contemporary silver. Read more

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Our next auction

The November Sale including Mantiques: Thursday 12 November 2020

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Fieldings house silver record – a late 19th Century hallmarked silver pagoda epergne in the Chippendale taste, Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall, selling for £34,500 in 2017.

Nick's most memorable find - a novelty Edwardian silver dog kennel money box, purely because of the rareness of it, and being a dog lover this was just a great item.

Nick's dream find- a George II silver turtle soup tureen, they are so rare and so reminiscent of a bygone era.

A late 19th Century hallmarked silver pagoda epergne in the Chippendale taste, sold £34,500

A Georgian hallmarked silver wine cooler and conforming liner formed as The Warwick Vase, sold £28,000

Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co - A Cymric hallmarked silver claret jug, sold £10,000

An Elizabeth I silver seal-top spoon later converted to an Apostle spoon, sold £2,300

A Victorian hallmarked silver and glass claret jug modelled as a standing eagle, sold £5,800

A 1920s Austrian silver canteen of cutlery, by Otto Prutscher

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