Give your home a silver lining

Give your home a "silver lining" - well isn't that what all of us want! When you have the rug, the sofa, the lamp, the table and all the chairs in place the only thing missing is the glitter - the last touch of small personal objects that makes your home pop. Silver has always been and still is standing out as the perfect reflection of light and contrast in an interior. Try out for your self and see what makes your home glow - is it an over decorated tea pot from the 19th century period, a pair of plane gustavian candlesticks from the late 18th century or maybe it is a large oval french dish/tray in an attractive rococo-style?

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An English 18th century silver wine jug, mark of Augustin Le Sage, London 1770.

An English 18th century silver wine jug, mark of Augustin Le Sage, London 1770.

Height 30 cm, total weight 798 grams.

Estimate
8 000 SEK
A pair of Swedish parcel-gilt silver boxen, mark of S Blomberg, Sthlm 1806 and JE Torsk, Sthlm 1843.

A pair of Swedish parcel-gilt silver boxen, mark of S Blomberg, Sthlm 1806 and JE Torsk, Sthlm 1843.

Height c. 4 cm, diameter 6,5-7,5 cm. Weight 180 g.

Estimate
3 000 SEK
A French late 19th century silver dish. 950/1000. Louis XV-style.

A French late 19th century silver dish. 950/1000. Louis XV-style.

Length 45,5 cm, width 30 cm, weight c. 1.225 grams.

Estimate
5 000 SEK
A set of 22 Swedish silver plates, mark of GAB, Stockholm 1937-1960.

A set of 22 Swedish silver plates, mark of GAB, Stockholm 1937-1960.

Monogram, reverse with memorial engraving. Diameter 27,5 cm, total weight c. 7.250 grams (c. 330 gr/p).

Estimate
30 000 SEK
A set of five French late 19th century silver dishes.

A set of five French late 19th century silver dishes.

Small engraving of "borometric rings". Diameter 25-35 cm. Total weight 5.300 grams.

Estimate
20 000 SEK
A German 18th century silver dish/tray, mark of Gottfried Bartermann, Augsburg 1759-1761.

A German 18th century silver dish/tray, mark of Gottfried Bartermann, Augsburg 1759-1761.

Length 50 cm, width 32 cm, weight 1.200 grams.

Estimate
6 000 SEK
A 17th century silver-gilt spoon, unmarked, Northern Europe.

A 17th century silver-gilt spoon, unmarked, Northern Europe.

Length 19,5 cm, weight 70 grams.

Estimate
6 000 SEK
A Dutch silver wedding casket / knottekistje, pseudo marks.

A Dutch silver wedding casket / knottekistje, pseudo marks.

Height 12 cm, width 11 cm, weight 375 grams.

Estimate
10 000 SEK
A Swedish 18th century parcel-gilt silver beaker, mark of Henrik Wittkopf, Stockholm 1761.

A Swedish 18th century parcel-gilt silver beaker, mark of Henrik Wittkopf, Stockholm 1761.

Initials. Height 17 cm, weight 280 grams.

Estimate
6 000 SEK
A Scandinavian early 17th century silver-gilt spoon, unmarked.

A Scandinavian early 17th century silver-gilt spoon, unmarked.

Length 16 cm, weight 40 grams.

Estimate
8 000 SEK
An Austrian 19th century silver serving dish and cover, mark of Aloys Würth, Vienna c. 1820.

An Austrian 19th century silver serving dish and cover, mark of Aloys Würth, Vienna c. 1820.

Crowned coat-of-arms for Sachsen. Length 55 cm, height 27 cm, total weight 4.300 grams.

Estimate
30 000 SEK
A pair of Swedish late 18th century silver sugar bowls, unidentifed marks.

A pair of Swedish late 18th century silver sugar bowls, unidentifed marks.

Later import marks. Length 20 cm, total weight 530 grams.

Estimate
4 000 SEK
A Swedish 263 piece silver table-cutlery, marked NK, Stockholm 1917.

A Swedish 263 piece silver table-cutlery, marked NK, Stockholm 1917.

Engraved monogram. Total weight including steel blades 11400 grams . 24 silver plated fishforks and 24 silver plated fishknives comes with.

Estimate
75 000 SEK
A French 20th century silver tea-pot, mark of George Fouquet Lapar.

A French 20th century silver tea-pot, mark of George Fouquet Lapar.

Height 14 cm, total weight 347 grams.

Estimate
3 000 SEK
A pair of English 18th century silver candlesticks, worn marks, London.

A pair of English 18th century silver candlesticks, worn marks, London.

Height 29,5 cm, weight c. 1.200 grams.

Estimate
10 000 SEK
An Austrian silver coffee pot, Vienna 1731.

An Austrian silver coffee pot, Vienna 1731.

Unidentified maker's mark. Height 21 cm. Weight 580 grams.

Estimate
8 000 SEK
A Swedish 18th century silver hot-water urn, mark of Pehr Zethelius, Stockholm 1798.

A Swedish 18th century silver hot-water urn, mark of Pehr Zethelius, Stockholm 1798.

Height 53,5 cm, weight c. 3.500 grams.

Estimate
55 000 SEK
A Swedish 18th century silver coffee-pot, mark of Johan Stras, Stockholm 1783.

A Swedish 18th century silver coffee-pot, mark of Johan Stras, Stockholm 1783.

Height 23 cm, total weight 672 grams.

Estimate
15 000 SEK
A French late 19th century silver dish. 950/1000. Louis XV-style.

A French late 19th century silver dish. 950/1000. Louis XV-style.

Length 45,5 cm, width 30 cm, weight c. 1.225 grams.

Estimate
5 000 SEK