Queen Victoria came to the throne in 1837 at the age of eighteen and reigned for 63 years until hear death in 1901, which is longer than any other British Monarch.
In 1840 Victoria married her first cousin Prince Albert, with whom she had nine children. After his death in 1861, Victoria became very reclusive and went into deep mourning. However, in the latter half of her reign she once again embraced public life and her popularity with the British people was restored.
Queen Victoria\'s reign was marked by a great expansion of the British Empire, which witnessed great political, military, cultural and industrial change.
She was the last British monarch of the House of Hanover, and was succeeded by her son Edward VII.
We hope that you enjoy these beautiful pieces of antique silver from the Victorian era.
by William Comyns & Sons, London 1892.
by the Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1898.
by George John Richards & Edward Charles Brown, London 1857.
by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1882.
by Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield 1867.
by Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield 1870.
by Walter & John Barnard, London 1878.
by Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1840.
by William Aitken, Chester 1900
by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1899. SOLD
by Richard Sibley 11, London 1864.
by Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1895.
by Robert Hennell 111, London 1843.
by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1901.
by Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1901.
by Thomas Bradbury, London 1900.
by Thomas Bradbury, London 1897.
by John C Moore of Tiffany & Co., New York 1870-1875.
By Robert, James & Josiah Williams, Exeter 1852.
by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1897.
by Nathaniel Mills. Birmingham 1851