Place Markers, Menu Holders & Napkin Rings


A pair of Irish Heraldic Menu Holders.

A pair of large size heraldic Menu Holders, Edmund Johnson, Dublin 1893. Two panthers support a shield on which is engraved a monogram, probably 'TPG', below the word 'Town.'    Read more

Maker: EDMUND JOHNSON (LTD) OF DUBLIN (worked 1882-c.1930)


A Souvenir Napkin Ring.

A Napkin Ring, with crossed enamel Flags, and the inscription: 'From the Guests of the S.Y. Undine. Xmas 1924.' Deakin and Francis, Birmingham 1924.    Read more

Maker: DEAKIN & FRANCIS LTD, BIRMINGHAM (worked from c.1890)


A Graham Watling Napkin Ring.

Graham Watling. A Napkin Ring with bark decoration forming a central band, London 1973.    Read more

Maker: GRAHAM WATLING (worked from c.1966)


An Edwardian novelty silver Menu Holder.

An Edwardian Menu Holder, London, 1909, Emanuel Emanuel overstriking another maker, the base with retailer's name 'E. & E. Emanuel, The Hard, Portsea.'    Read more

Maker: E. & E. EMANUEL (worked c.1830-c.1920)


Three Edwardian Silver Menu Holders.

Maker: GEORGE BRACE, LONDON (worked from 1859)


An Australian Napkin Ring

An Australian buckle Napkin Ring, H. Steiner, Adelaide, circa 1881. Engraved 'Isabelle Dora Tyas', christened in February 1881.    Read more

Maker: HENRY STEINER (1835-1914)