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Solid Silver Communion Set
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Communion Set: Antique
Below are some Communion Sets currently available from stock. Our stock is changing all the time, so please do contact us for up to date information, or for more details on the item pictured below.

Small Sterling Silver Paten for Sick Call Set Small Sterling Silver Paten for Sick Call Set
Ref 8346. Solid sterling silver Paten
Made in Sheffield in 1954 by the Silversmiths William Bush and Son Ltd.
Worked in solid sterling silver, fully hallmarked with the sterling hallmark and maker's name.
IHS and Cross design engraved to the centre.
Diameter of Paten 7cm.
Price 120.



Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set
Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set
Ref 8332. Solid sterling silver Communion Set
Made in London in 1855 by the Silversmiths John Angell II & George Angell.
Both pieces worked in solid sterling silver, fully hallmarked throughout with the sterling hallmark and maker's name.
Set comprises Chalice and Paten, presented in the original storage case.
Both pieces engraved with Gothic style decoration.
Height of Chalice 7.5cm; diameter of Paten 7cm. Total weight of the two pieces 92g.
Price 395.



Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set
Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set
Ref 7966. Solid sterling silver Communion Set
Made in Birmingham in 1896 by the Silversmiths Elkington & Co (by appointment to HM Queen Victoria).
Finely worked set with each piece made in solid sterling silver, fully hallmarked throughout.
Set comprises Chalice, Paten and Ewer, plus additional stopper for the Ewer, all presented in the original storage case.
The Chalice, Paten & Ewer all have the same circular IHS design engraved on them. The Chalice and Ewer have matching hexafoil petalled bases.
Height of Chalice 9.5cm; height of the Ewer 11.5cm; diameter of Paten 8cm. Total weight of the three pieces 305g.
With original lined case bearing the maker's name. Price 895.



Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set
Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set
Ref 7783. Solid sterling silver Communion Set
Made in London in 1854 by the Silversmith George John Richards, who worked in London during this period.
Finely worked set with each piece made in solid sterling silver, fully hallmarked throughout.
Set comprises Chalice, Paten and Ewer, all presented in the original storage case.
Finished with finely detailed engraving to all pieces, the inside of the cup is gilt.
The outside of the case has two engraved dedication plates, the first dating from 1854 & the second from 1897.
Height of Chalice 9.5cm; height of the Ewer 10cm; diameter of Paten 6.5cm. Total weight of the three pieces 159g.
With original case lined in velvet. Price 995.



Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set
Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set Victorian Sterling Silver Communion Set
Ref 7713. Solid sterling silver Communion Set
Made in London in 1888 by the Silversmiths Blunt and Wray, who made many excellent pieces of Ecclesiastical Silver.
Very finely worked set with each piece made in solid sterling silver, fully hallmarked throughout.
Set comprises Chalice, Paten and Ewer, all presented in the original storage case.
Finished with finely detailed engraving to all pieces, the inside of the cup is gilt.
Height of Chalice 11cm; height of the Ewer 12cm; diameter of Paten 7.5cm. Total weight of the three pieces 227g.
With original case lined in velvet. Price 1,495.