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Porringers

Some of the porringers displayed on this page of Warners Antique Silver are sometimes classified as two-handled cups.

A porringer is actually a small bowl or dish from which any kind of soft food can be eaten, but primarily gruel or porridge.

Pewter, wood and ceramic versions, as well as antique silver porringers, were used in medieval times.

English porringers tend to have two handles on opposite sides, although American styles normally have one, and occasionally they were produced with no handles at all. Lidded porringers are not uncommon.

This sort of receptacle is no longer in every day use, but they are very collectible and occasionally they arer bought as a Christening gift.

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Sales price: £195.00
Sales price: £245.00
0003. A silver Edwardian sauce boat. REDUCED FROM £349

by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1903

Sales price: £249.00
A silver Victorian ladle

by George W Adam (Chawner & Co), London 1865 SOLD

Sales price: £199.00
A George 111 silver sauce ladle. SOLD

by Richard Crossley, London 1798. SOLD

Sales price: £99.00
0007. A silver mustard pot - Edwardian. REDUCED FROM £129.

by The Uricara Company, Birmingham 1907

Sales price: £85.00
0008. A George 11 silver salver. SOLD

by Hugh Mills, London 1755. SOLD

Sales price: £385.00
A Georgian style silver sauce boat

by Edward Viner, Sheffield 1931 SOLD

Sales price: £89.00
0010. A silver Georgian style sauce boat REDUCED FROM £95

by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1915.

Sales price: £75.00
A pair of sterling silver sauce boats

by HE Barker & FE Barker, Chester 1915 SOLD

Sales price: £259.00
0013. A silver cream jug - Victorian

by Miller Bros, Birmingham 1901 SOLD

Sales price: £89.00
A Victorian sterling silver cream jug SOLD

by Thomas Hayes, Birmingham 1897.

Sales price: £149.00
0016. A Pair of Victorian hallmark silver bon bon dishes,

by the Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1898.

Sales price: £295.00
0017. A Victorian antique silver cream jug SOLD

by George John Richards & Edward Charles Brown, London 1857.

Sales price: £115.00
A set of 6 Victorian silver cased Apostle teaspoons

by George Unite & Sons, Birmingham 1896. SOLD

Sales price: £79.00
Sales price: £215.00
An Edwardian sterling silver bowl/basket

by James Ramsay, Sheffield 1908. SOLD

Sales price: £695.00
0022. A silver sugar bowl - Victorian. REDUCED FROM £295.

by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1882.

Sales price: £199.00
0023. A George V silver basket. REDUCED FROM £595

by William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield 1917.

Sales price: £485.00
0024. A silver sugar bowl - George 111.

by Crispin Fuller, London 1799. SOLD

Sales price: £235.00
Sales price: £175.00
0026. A Victorian hallmark silver sugar bowl. SOLD

by Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield 1870. SOLD

Sales price: £199.00
Sales price: £325.00
Sales price: £625.00
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Porringers

Some of the porringers displayed on this page of Warners Antique Silver are sometimes classified as two-handled cups.

A porringer is actually a small bowl or dish from which any kind of soft food can be eaten, but primarily gruel or porridge.

Pewter, wood and ceramic versions, as well as antique silver porringers, were used in medieval times.

English porringers tend to have two handles on opposite sides, although American styles normally have one, and occasionally they were produced with no handles at all. Lidded porringers are not uncommon.

This sort of receptacle is no longer in every day use, but they are very collectible and occasionally they arer bought as a Christening gift.

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Results 1 - 24 of 136
Sales price: £750.00
0030. A Victorian sterling silver cream jug

by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1899. SOLD

Sales price: £89.00
An Edwardian hallmark silver tea caddy

by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1903 SOLD

Sales price: £595.00
0032. An Edwardian antique silver salver. REDUCED FROM £625

by Walter & Charles Sissons, London 1903.

Sales price: £550.00
A silver cup (two-handled) - George V

by Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1911. SOLD

Sales price: £595.00
0034. A Victorian hallmark silver tea caddy. REDUCED.

by Richard Sibley 11, London 1864.

Sales price: £995.00
0035. A silver art deco muffin dish. SOLD

by Mappin & Webb, London 1911. SOLD

Sales price: £599.00
An Edwardian silver cup (two-handled)

by Daniel & John Welby, London 1902. SOLD

Sales price: £495.00
An art deco sterling silver tea set.

by A & J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1923. SOLD

Sales price: £995.00
Sales price: £799.00
An art deco hallmark silver sugar bowl

by R. F. Moseley & Co. SOLD

Sales price: £255.00
A Victorian silver salver

by Martin Hall & Co. SOLD

Sales price: £675.00
0041. A Victorian silver sugar bowl (twin-handled)

by Robert Hennell 111, London 1843.

Sales price: £615.00
A silver Edwardian tea caddy

by Horton & Allday, Birmingham 1909. SOLD

Sales price: £295.00
An Art deco silver bowl

by Joseph Gloster, Birmingham 1925 SOLD

Sales price: £259.00
A silver art deco tea caddy

by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1916. SOLD

Sales price: £355.00
A silver muffin dish (art deco)

by James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1942. SOLD

Sales price: £520.00
An art deco silver tea caddy

by William Suckling, Birmingham 1946. SOLD

Sales price: £295.00
A silver art deco tea caddy

by Joseph Gloster, Birmingham 1946. SOLD

Sales price: £435.00
Sales price: £935.00
A George 111 sterling silver porringer

by Richard Crossley, London 1789. SOLD

Sales price: £695.00
Sales price: £2,499.00
Sales price: £875.00
0053. A pair of silver William IV sauce ladles

by William Eaton, London 1833.

Sales price: £165.00
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