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Edwardian

Edward VII became King on 22nd January 1901 and was the first British Monarch of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, which became the House of Windsor when his son George V came to the throne.

Because his mother, Queen Victoria, lived for so long he had also been the longest serving Prince of Wales.

The Edwardian era signalled significant changes in technology which included powered flight; and also changes in society with the rise of socialism.

Warners Antique silver will consider any reasonable offer from collectors or dealers for the Edwardian silver displayed on this page.

0114. A pair of Edwardian silver salt spoons

by the Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1910.

Sales price: £35.00
A Pair of Edwardian silver sauce boats

by Edward Barnard & Sons, London 1904.

Sales price: £349.00
0125. A set of six Edwardian silver teaspoons

by Maudsley & Fullerton, London 1905.

Sales price: £145.00
A silver Edwardian sauce boat

by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1903

Sales price: £349.00
0165. An Edwardian Antique Silver Wine Ewer

by George Fox, London 1902

Sales price: £2,350.00
A silver mustard pot - Edwardian

by The Uricara Company, Birmingham 1907

Sales price: £129.00
0179. An Edwardian Sterling Silver Mustard Pot

by Nathan and Hayes, Chester 1909.

Sales price: £245.00
An Edwardian antique silver salver

by Walter & Charles Sissons, London 1903.

Sales price: £625.00
An Edwardian sterling silver cream jug

by the Miller Brothers, Birmingham 1905.

Sales price: £195.00
An Edwardian hallmark silver tea caddy

by Horace Woodward, London 1903.

Sales price: £295.00