Antique Silver

Here at Steppes Hill Farm Antiques we specialise in some of the highest quality antique silver collectables in the UK. Our focus is on the smaller, more collectable antique English silver pieces, which reflect the grandeur of larger silver items without the extravagant prices; examples include napkin rings, boxes, bookmarks, caddy spoons, card cases, vinaigrettes, vesta cases, writing equipment, pincushions and wine labels. We also have a range of high-quality Scottish and Irish silver collectables for sale. Our products originate from a number of historical time periods, from the Georgian and Victorian eras onwards into the early twentieth century. Our antique silver collectables make excellent gifts or additions to an existing antiques collection. We try to sell only the best of quality and consider condition of paramount importance, and with over fifty years’ experience in the antiques business, we are glad to offer our advice on the purchasing and collecting of any of our items. Please feel free to contact us here at the farm or via the web site.

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William Welch, Exeter c1810
John Reily, London 1813
James Walter Marshall, Edinburgh 1867
Francis Howden, Edinburgh c1800
Elizabeth Morley, London 1809
Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1814
James Walter Marshall, Edinburgh c1845
Benjamin Tait, Dublin c1790
Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1820
Hester Bateman, London c1790
Margaret Binley, London c1765
John Reily, London 1825
Benjamin Tait, Dublin c1790
Richard Binley, London c1760
Henry Flavelle, Dublin c1835
Peter Godfrey, Dublin c1826
Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1809
William Knight, London 1830
John Rich, London c1790
Robert Garrard I, London 1804
James Lamb Whitehaven, Newcastle c1750
John Herbert, Norwich 1828
John Ferguson Gow, London 1954
Sampson Mordan c1880
Sampson Mordan, London 1874
James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1915
Joseph Craddock & William Ker Reid, London 1817
William Aiken, Birmingham 1912
Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1967
James Walter Marshall, Edinburgh 1842
James Fenton, Birmingham 1906
Rawlings & Summers, London 1855
Phipps & Robinson, London 1806
The Goldmsiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1913
Thomas Freeman, Birmingham, 1834 1834
Gabriel Riddle, London c1837
J C Vickery, London 1911
Henry William Dee, London 1875
C H Dumenil, London 1894
George Heath, London 1895
Sarey Price, London c1761
Louis Kuppenheim, Pforzheim c1920
Liberty & Co, Birmingham 1902
Wakely & Wheeler, London 1986
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