A late 19th century continental miniature silver carver chai...
A late 19th century continental miniature silver carver chair and two matching chairs, the carver with retailer marks for Samuel Boyce Landeck, Sheffield 1896, the seat and back raised on four turned legs with scroll arms, embossed with figures in 18th century dress amongst a scrolling foliate surround, 46mm high, the chairs stamped '800', each 44mm high, together with a silver continental coffee can mount, Edwin Thompson Bryant, London 1892, 34mm high, and a Victorian miniature silver figure of a gentleman (possibly a pipe tamper), Rosenthal, Jacob & Co, London 1889, 42mm high, gross weight 2.21ozt (5)
Coffee can: Some denting, splitting and thinning around the pierced detail. Some denting to the highpoints. Scratching and wear throughout. No signs of repair.
Figure: No obvious denting, thinning, or signs of repair. Some possible signs of splitting around the legs. Scratching and wear throughout. Figure is slightly wobbly on a level surface.
Chairs: Largely in good order. Some minor thinning/misshaping around the edges of the seat and back. Some wear to the embossed detail. The legs to the carver are slightly bent (obvious to the eye) and wobble on a level surface. One of the other seats also wobbles slightly on a level surface. Moderate scratching and wear throughout.