Silver
 
Three-quarter front view of Carriage Clock with Calendar in a neoclassical gilt bronze case
Abraham-Louis Breguet
1811
Gilt silver soup tureen with inverted dead pheasant and intricate design
Paul de Lamerie
1739–40
Terracotta sculpture of three nymphs supporting a clock.  There are two nude female figures, one of them is clothed in a gauzy fabric dress.  They each have their arms raised above them and seem to be dancing while looking up at a circular orb that contains a clock.
Claude Michel, called Clodion
1788
Front view of Hague Clock with silver dial set against an architectural case made of veneered tortoiseshell and ebonized wood
Benjamin Lisle
probably ca. 1678–85
Bronze sculpture of Hercules.  He stands upright, his right arm is stretched out to his side, and his right hand is positioned as if holding a club that is longer part of the sculpture.  He has a golden lion's pelt wrapped around his torso, his short curly hair and beard are gilded and he has silver inlaid eyes.
Pier Jacopo Alari Bonacolsi, called Antico
possibly by 1496
Image of Silver gilt Pendant Clock opened to reveal the dial on the intricately carved body of the clock and a coat of arms on the underside of the lid
Abraham Gribelin
ca. 1620
Image of Silver Case Verge Watch displayed open to reveal the dial and underside of the lid, both intricately carved with numbers
Robert Grinkin
1643
Gilt silver ladle with intricately designed handle and bowl
Paul de Lamerie
ca. 1739
Gilt silver plate with plant and floral design at rim
Monogram IS, London
1797–98
Silver wine cooler with intricate plant designs and rams' heads
Paul Storr
1811–12
Red and gold porcelain vase with lid and gold chain
Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory
1774
Gold and silver wine cooler with plant designs and rams' heads
William Pitts
1802–04
Gold and silver wine cooler with plant designs and rams' heads
William Pitts
1802–04
Gold and silver wine cooler with plant designs and rams' heads
William Pitts
1802–04
Gold and silver wine cooler with plant designs and rams' heads
William Pitts
1802–04
Gilt silver wine cooler with branch handles and family crest
Benjamin and James Smith
1811–12
Gilt silver wine cooler with branch handles and family crest
Benjamin and James Smith
1811–12