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A Victorian Silver Circular Three Piece Tea Service, by William Hunter, London 1845, of compressed form, with flared rims, acanthus leaf capped handles and scrolling band to the bodies, on cast and applied scrolling bases, comprising - teapot with domed cover and cast finial, 7ins high, sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 50ozs

£600 - £700

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A William IV Silver Rectangular Teapot, by Edward Barton, London 1833, with gadroon mounts, reeded band to body, angular scroll handle and on four ball feet, 5.5ins high, gross weight 20ozs

£220 - £260

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A Late Victorian Silver Circular Salver, by Boardman, Glossop & Co, Sheffield 1899, the shaped and moulded rim with shell and foliate border, to an engraved field with vacant central cartouche, 12ins diameter, weight 27ozs

£320 - £360

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A Pair of Edward VII Silver Pillar Candlesticks, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1906, with Corinthian capitals and on square stepped and gadroon bases, 6.25ins high (loaded)

£200 - £300

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A Late Victorian Silver Oval Basket, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1894, of lobed form, with embossed C scroll and foliate border, pierced gallery and polished centre, on pierced and cast floral and scroll base, 11.5ins x 9.5 x 5ins high, weight 20ozs

£220 - £260

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A George V Large Silver Rectangular Cigarette Box, by Charles S. Green & Co., Ltd., Birmingham 1929, of waisted form with engine turned lid, plain sides with presentation inscription, cedar lined interior, and on bracket feet, 9.75ins x 6.5ins x 4ins high

£120 - £160

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An Elizabeth II Cast Silver Figural Stirrup Cup, by Richard Comyns, London 1965, naturalistically modelled in the form of a hound's head, with plain polished collar and gilt interior, 5ins high, weight 9ozs

£500 - £600

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An Elizabeth II Irish Silver Cylindrical Three Piece Tea Service, by Royal Irish Silver Co., Dublin 1970, and with import marks for Sheffield 1969, the bodies with cut card rims, embossed with a milkmaid and dairy cow within a landscape, on four lions mask and paw feet, comprising - teapot with domed cover with swan pattern finial, and composite scroll handle, 6.75ins high, sugar basin and milk jug,...

£450 - £550

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A Late Victorian Silver Water Pot, by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd., London 1899, of Art Nouveau design, with monogrammed cover, the inverted baluster body embossed with iris decoration, with a flared spout, stylised handle, and on a circular footrim, 10ins high, gross weight 18.5ozs

£200 - £300

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A Late Victorian Silver Circular Salver, makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1900, the shaped and moulded rim with scroll cast border, the centre engraved with floral and leaf scroll ornament, 14.125ins diameter, weight 33ozs

£400 - £600

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A Pair of Edward VII Silver Pillar Candlesticks, By Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1909, with Corinthian capitals and on square stepped and beaded bases, 6.25ins high (loaded)

£150 - £200

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An Edward VII Silver Circular Basket, by Sibray, Hall & Co Ltd., London 1902, and retailed by Walter Thornhill & Co. Ltd, 144 New Bond St., of shaped outline, with cast leaf and reeded border, pierced body with engraved swag detail and vacant cartouches, 9.5ins x 9.75 x 3ins high, weight 17ozs

£200 - £250

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An Elizabeth II Cast Silver Figural Stirrup Cup, by Richard Comyns, London 1966, naturalistically modelled in the form of a badger's head with plain collar and gilt interior, 4ins high, weight 7.5ozs

£400 - £500

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I* A Late Victorian Bachelors Silver Three Piece Tea Service, by Horace Woodward & Co Ltd., London 1898, of compressed circular form decorated with scroll and foliate detail, on four cast and applied pad feet - comprising - teapot with domed cover and ivory finial, 4.75ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 23ozs

£280 - £320

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A 20th Century Spanish Silver Ewer, the slender baluster body with foliate applied rim and handle, embossed with floral foliate and lattice work decoration, on a quatrefoil base, 11ins high, weight 16ozs

£150 - £200

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A Victorian Silver Circular Salver, by Maxfield & Sons, London 1894, of lobed form with C scroll border, to a polished field and central engraved crest, on three button feet, 12.5ins diameter, weight 22.5ozs

£280 - £320

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A Pair of George V Silver Pillar Candlesticks, By Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1916, with Corinthian capitals and on square stepped and oval beaded bases, 6.25ins high (loaded)

£120 - £160

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An Edward VII Silver Wirework Comport, by William Comyns & Son, London 1908, of shaped outline, with rope twist border, wirework frame with cast and applied ribbon floral swag and bird ornament, on footrim, and pierced and cast feet, 7.75ins wide x 5.5ins high, weight 14ozs

£160 - £200

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An Elizabeth II Cast Silver Figural Stirrup Cup, by Richard Comyns, London 1966, naturalistically modelled in the form of an otter's head, with plain collar and gilt interior, 3.5ins high, weight 6ozs

£350 - £400

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A Pair of 18th Century Silver Sauce Boats, hallmarks rubbed, with shaped rims, leaf capped flying C-scroll handles, and engraved with contemporary armorials, on three hoof feet, 6.75ins overall x 5ins high, weight 15.7ozs

£250 - £350

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A Late Victorian Bachelors Silver Oval Three Piece Tea Set, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1889, with wrythen half fluted bodies, comprising - teapot with ebonised urn shaped finial and scroll handle, XXins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 13ozs

£150 - £200

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A Victorian Silver Oval Teapot, by F.B. Thomas & Co, London 1883, the domed cover with ebonised finial and ebonised scroll handle, part fluted body engraved with contemporary crest, 5.5ins high, gross weight 16.8ozs

£200 - £300

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A Late Victorian Large Silver Circular Salver, by Charles Stuart Harris London 1896, of shaped outline, the rim with cast scroll and shell border, to a polished field and central engraved monogram, on four leaf capped scroll feet, 19.5ins diameter, weight 94ozs

£1,200 - £1,600

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A Victorian Silver Circular Basket, by Albert Henry Thompson, Sheffield 1892, of shaped outline, with gadroon, foliate and shell border, to a profusely engraved centre with monogrammed cartouche, cast swing handle raised, and on circular foot, 10.5ins diameter x 3.25ins high, weight 23ozs

£280 - £320

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Three Elizabeth II Silver and Silver Gilt Beakers, by Stuart Devlin, London 1970, each of plain polished and tapering cylindrical form, with a matted gilt lower section with an irregular applied and pierced gauze, 5ins high, weight 27.5ozs

£600 - £800

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A Victorian Silver Gilt Christening Mug, by Edward John & William Barnard, London 1847, and retailed by R & S Garrard & Co., of flared cylindrical form with reeded rim, heavily embossed with flowering rose detail, monogrammed cartouche, leaf capped scrolling handle, on cast floral foot 3.75ins high, weight 6.7ozs, engraved with initials to the base, dated 1957, in a fitted silk and velvet lined Morocco...

£120 - £160

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An Edward VII Silver Mounted Rectangular Dressing Table Casket, by William Comyns & Sons, London 1904, and retailed by Penlington & Batty, Liverpool & Manchester, of bombe form, embossed with green man, foliate and bird decoration, the cover with central cartouche engraved with contemporary coronet and initials, and with silk lined interior, 8ins x 7.25ins x 4ins high,

£80 - £120

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A Pair of Late George III Silver Oval Two-Handled Sauce Tureens and Covers, by John Wakelin & William Taylor, London 1809, with slightly domed covers, reeded oval finials and loop handles, gadroon mounts to rim, on conforming oval bases, 9.25ins (handle to handle) x 4.625ins x 6.625ins high, weight 48.8ozs - scratch weight to bases 25.10 and 24.14, the bodies engraved with contemporary armorial crest,...

£1,500 - £2,000

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An Edward VII Silver Oval Basket, by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield 1905, of Art Nouveau design and lobed and pierced form, the rim with cast foliate and ribbon mounts, 14.25ins x 8.75ins x 3.5ins high, weight 13.3ozs

£150 - £180

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A George VI Silver Circular Two-Handled Sugar Basin and Matching Milk Jug, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1942, with reeded mounts, angular loop handles and on circular footrims, each 2.5ins high, weight 13ozs

£150 - £200

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An Edward VII Silver Circular Salver, by James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1906, the shaped and moulded rim with shell and scroll mounts, on three scroll feet, 10.25ins diameter, weight 18ozs

£200 - £300

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An Edward VII Silver Oval Two-Handled Table Basket, by the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company Limited, London 1907, with pierced rim and cast mounts with scrolling rosette side handles, on four scroll supports and inswept base, 10.5ins x 5ins x 6ins high, weight 20ozs, and with plain clear glass liner

£220 - £260

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A Victorian Silver and Green Glass Lined Castor and a George VI Silver Sugar Caster, the Victorian caster by Charles Riley & George Storer, London 1839, with cylindrical neck and bulbous base pierced with scroll work, on circular footrim, 4.25ins high, the sugar caster Birmingham 1939, with flame pattern finial and part reeded body, 7.5ins high, latter with loaded base

£100 - £150

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A George V Silver Circular Two-Handled Pedestal Bowl, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1920, with moulded rim, scroll handles, knopped column and circular base, 7.25ins diameter x 10ins wide (handle to handle) x 7ins high, weight 16ozs

£200 - £300

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Two Edward VII Silver Tankards, one by Charles Stewart Harris, London 1907, of plain polished cylindrical form with moulded rim and scrolling handle, on circular footrim, 4.5ins high, weight 9.6ozs, the other, by Martin Hall & Co. Ltd., Sheffield 1905, of plain polished form with capped scroll handle and circular footrim, 4.5ins high, weight 6.3ozs

£200 - £300

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A Victorian Silver Milk Jug and a George V Silver Sugar Basket, the milk jug by Cartwright, Hirons & Woodward, Birmingham 1857, with scroll and floral cast rim, the pierced body with floral engraved and vacant cartouche, scroll handle, on vine cast feet, 5.25ins high weight 6.1ozs, and turquoise glass liner for same, the sugar basket, by Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1912, with bead mounts to shaped rim...

£120 - £150

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A Late Victorian Silver Rectangular Two-handled Five Division Toast Rack, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1895, with gadroon mounts, on four compressed bun feet and engraved with a contemporary crest, width 7.5ins, x 4.25ins x 3ins high, weight 7.7ozs

£150 - £200

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An Edward VII Silver Tankard, and a George V Silver Tankard, the Edward VII, by Aitkin Brothers, Sheffield 1904, of plain cylindrical form with C scroll handle, on circular footrim, 5ins high, weight 9ozs, the George V, by Bert Gordon, Birmingham 1934, of plain baluster form with flared rim with C scroll handle, on circular footrim, 5.25ins high, weight 11ozs

£250 - £300

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An Edward VII Silver Square Dressing Table Box, by Thomas Hayes, Birmingham 1902, the cover with gadroon to border and profusely embossed with floral and foliate decoration, vacant central cartouche, the body decorated with hunting dogs and birds, on cast feet, 4ins square x 1.75ins high, weight 5.5ozs

£60 - £80

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A Victorian Silver Oval Teapot and Two-Handled Sugar Basin, by William Comyns & Sons, London 1892 and 1895, with shaped rims, the lobed panelled body embossed with flowers and birds, comprising - teapot with composition handle and finial, 5ins high, and two-handled sugar basin, gross weight 24ozs

£250 - £350

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An Elizabeth II Cast Silver Model of a Rearing Horse - "Invicta", by Oclee & Son, London 1977, mounted on green flecked marble rectangular two-tier base, 8.75ins high, No. 2 of a limited edition of 200

£250 - £350

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Three George V Silver Rectangular Photograph Frames, one with arched top, By Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1916, 13.75ins x 8.25ins, one plain, by A & J Zimmerman Ltd, Birmingham 1915, 11.75ins x 9.75ins, and one with arched top embossed with ribbon and bellflower swag ornament, Birmingham 1910, 10.25ins x 7.75ins

£200 - £300

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A Victorian Silver Topped Vaseline Cut Glass Scent Bottle, by C. C. May & Sons, Birmingham 1896, the mount with vacant cartouche and embossed floral decoration, and tapered oval hobnail cut glass body, 8ins overall

£70 - £100

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Three Late 19th Century / Early 20th Century Silvery Metal Topped and Cut Glass Scent Bottles, one with blue, yellow and clear glass facet and slice cut body, with embossed mount, 5.25ins overall, one with green facet cut body, with embossed mount, 5.5ins overall, and one with oval vaseline glass body and engine turned mount, 3.125ins overall

£80 - £120

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An Edward VII Silver Topped Cranberry Glass Scent Bottle and Two Other Scent Bottles, the cranberry bottle, by C.M., Birmingham 1904, with cartouche and embossed top, and facet cut body, 3.5ins high, one with pink tinted and diamond cut body, with engraved gilt mount, 3.75ins overall, and one with cranberry glass and white slip decorated body, reeded collar and clear stopper, 3.25ins overall

£80 - £120

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A Late Victorian Silvery Gilt Metal Mounted Glass Double Ended Scent Bottle, and Three Other Scent Bottles, the double ended with leaf scroll mounts inset with red and clear glass facet cut stones, and with hobnail cut body, 6.25ins overall, and three other small glass and silver / silvery metal mounted scent bottles

£80 - £120

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A 19th Century Continental Silver Spoon, possibly Dutch, with import marks for Louis Landsberg, London 1890, the reverse of the bowl and the handle cast with the British Royal Coat of Arms, 8.75ins overall, weight 4ozs, an Edward VII silver pillar candlestick by R & W Sorley, London 1903, of "18th Century" design, 9ins high, a pair of late Victorian silver candlesticks, Sheffield 1896, 4.5ins high,...

£250 - £350

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An Elizabeth II Silver Rectangular and Blue John Pill Box and a Selection of Silver, and White Metal Boxes, the pill box, by N.S., Sheffield 1978, with bowed sides, inset with Blue John to lid, and applied with frog to front, 1.5ins x 1.25ins x 1.375ins high, a silver rectangular snuff box, by Royal Irish Silver Co., Sheffield 1973, of reeded and fluted form, 2.5ins x 1.5ins x .25ins, and nine other...

£150 - £200

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