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This sale was held on Saturday 31st July 2021 at 10:00am

A George III Harlequin Silver Rectangular Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Service, by Henry Chawner and Henry Chawner & John Eames, London 1793, 1794 and 1796, of panelled form engraved with initial "N" in shaped cartouche within wrigglework ornament, and with C-scroll handles, comprising - tea pot, 6.25ins high, and milk jug, each with flat bases, coffee pot with shaped cover with ball finial and turned...

£700 - £900

A Late George III Silver Circular Salver, maker's stamp indistinct but engraved F.R. & S., Edinburgh 1816, with gadroon mounts to rim, on three panel feet and engraved with initials to centre, 10ins diameter, weight 15ozs

£180 - £220

A Georgian Silver Coffee Pot, hallmarks rubbed but thought to be London, the tapered body embossed with scroll and floral ornament, the domed lid with turned finial, turned wood scroll handle and on circular footrim, 9.5ins high, gross weight 22ozs

£250 - £350

A Pair of Late George III Rectangular Tureens and Covers, by Richard Cook, London 1808, with gadroon mounts, cornucopia and scroll handles, the covers and bases engraved with crest of a lion's head, each 13ins x 9.5ins, weight 137ozs

£1,800 - £2,200

An Early Victorian Silver Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Service, by Joseph & Albert Savory, London 1837, the bulbous reeded bodies with floral finials, scroll handles and on panel feet, all engraved with crest, comprising - tea pot, 6ins high, coffee pot, 9.5ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 70ozs

£850 - £1,000

A Victorian Silver Rectangular Two-Handled Breakfast Dish, Cover and Stand, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1886, of "Neo Classical" design with reeded mounts and handles, urn pattern finial, on tapered legs with paw feet, 10.25ins (handle to handle) x 6ins x 4.25ins high, complete with burner, weight 26ozs

£320 - £360

A Late Victorian Silver Cylindrical Coffee Pot, by Walter & John Barnard, London 1889, with part reeded body, turned wood finial and scroll handle, on circular footrim, 8.5ins high, gross weight 23ozs

£280 - £320

A Victorian Silver Three-Piece Coffee Service, by Robert Hennell III, London 1853, of baluster form, the bodies cast with strapwork, scroll and bell flower ornament, with double C-scroll handles and on scroll feet, engraved with initial "S" to bodies, comprising - coffee pot with cast finial, 10.5ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 49ozs

£600 - £800

Two Edward VII Silver Triple Sweetmeat Dishes on Stands, by George Edward & Sons, Sheffield 1904, and James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1905, the oval lobed baskets with pierced rims, on stands with open scroll supports, 13.25ins overall x 6.25ins high, and 12.75ins overall x 6.375ins high, combined weight 34ozs

£400 - £600

A Late Victorian Harlequin Silver Oval Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Service, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1894, 1895 and 1898, with part reeded bodies and C-scroll handles, comprising - tea pot, 6ins high, coffee pot, 9.25ins high, each with ebonised handles and finials, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 55ozs

£650 - £750

An Edward VII Silver Circular Salver, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1903, the shaped and moulded rim with scroll and shell mounts, on three scroll feet, 10.5ins diameter, weight 20ozs, engraved with presentation inscription dated June 30th 1904

£220 - £260

A George V Silver Octagonal Hot Water Jug and a George III Silver Oval Tea Pot Stand, the hot water jug by William Neale & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1935, with turned wood handle and finial, 8ins high, weight 14ozs, the tea pot stand by I. W., London 1786, with bead mount and on four ball feet, 6.5ins x 4.5ins, weight 3.8ozs

£220 - £260

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,...

£2,000 - £3,000

A George VI Silver Rectangular Four-Piece Tea Service, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1937 and 1951, with reeded and shell cast mounts, part reeded bodies, angular loop handles and on four ball feet, comprising - tea pot, 7ins high, hot water pot, 9.75ins high, each with a turned ivory finial, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 70ozs

£850 - £1,000

A George V Silver Circular Salver, by R. F. Mosley & Co, Sheffield 1921, with moulded piecrust rim on three scroll feet, 11.75ins diameter, weight 26ozs

£300 - £400

A George IV Silver Circular Two-Handled Punch Strainer, possibly by William Schofield, London 1821, with moulded rim and shaped handles, engraved with small crest of a serpent, 11ins wide (handle to handle) x 4.125ins diameter, weight 4ozs

£120 - £160

A George II Silver Marrow Scoop, by Ebenezer Coker, London 1753, weight 1.4ozs

£80 - £120

A George III Silver Christening Mug and a Victorian Silver Two-Handled Sugar Basin and Cream Jug, the christening mug by Charles Wright, London 1782, with C-scroll, floral and leaf ornament and with C-scroll handles, 3.5ins high, engraved with monogram and date 1847, the sugar bowl and cream jug by Charles Edwards, London 1878, engraved with variously filled rectangular panels, sugar basin 2.5ins...

£150 - £200

A George IV Silver Vinaigrette and Mixed Silverware, the vinaigrette by T. S., Birmingham 1821, the lid with floral scroll mounts, rectangular cartouche engraved with initials "B F" within engine turned ornament, 1.25ins x 0.75ins, weight 0.56ozs, a Victorian silver rectangular card case by Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1864, engraved with floral, leaf scroll, scroll and trellis ornament and with...

£200 - £300

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

£150 - £200

A Late Victorian Silver Goblet, by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1892, with part reeded body and bead mounts to knop and circular footrim, 9ins high, weight 8ozs

£100 - £150

A Pair of Victorian Cast Silver Standing Figures of an Officer and a Private of the Rifle Regiment, by Robert Garrard, thought to be London, incomplete marks, the officer with his sword, the private with his rifle, 6.25ins and 6.5ins high respectively, mounted on malachite effect cylindrical bases, 10.25ins and 10.5ins respectively

£1,200 - £1,600

An Edward VII Silver Oval Two-Handled Sauce Tureen and Cover and Two Silver Sauce Boats, the sauce tureen and cover by George Edward & Sons, Glasgow 1908, scroll handle and finial, 9.25ins (handle to handle) x 4.25ins x 4.75ins high, weight 14ozs, the two sauce boats Sheffield 1895 and 1933, combined weight 10ozs

£300 - £400

A Pair of Edward VII Silver Oval Sweetmeat Baskets and a George V Silver Oval Dish, the baskets by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1908, with floral and scroll cast rims and pierced sides, 6.5ins x 5ins x 2.5ins high, weight 8ozs, the oval dish by Harrods Stores, London 1911, with shaped and moulded rim, 8ins x 5.75ins x 2.75ins high, weight 8ozs

£200 - £300

I* A Pair of Edward VII Silver and Ivory Handled Fish Servers, and a Set of Six George V Silver and Ivory Handled Fish Knives and Forks, the fish servers by Watson & Gillott, Sheffield 1906, the fish knives and forks Sheffield 1923, contained in canteen, 13.5ins x 9ins x 2.25ins high Note: Please be aware that according to CITES Regulations, it will be necessary to acquire an export licence to export...

£100 - £150

An Edward VII Silver Octagonal Tobacco Box of "Mid 18th Century" Design, and Two Silver Snuff Boxes, the tobacco box by George Unite, Birmingham 1901, with plain lid and base and reeded sides, with hidden opening catch, 4ins x 2.5ins x 1.125ins high, the lid inscribed "Virginia good within I have. Yet is not free for Every Knave. My master Only I Supply. Let begging fellows go and Buy. Thomas Eubank,...

£100 - £150

An Edward VII Irish Silver Circular Sugar Bowl and an Edward VII Silver Circular Bowl, the Irish bowl by Charles Lamb, Dublin 1907, embossed with cartouche, fox, swan and on three lion's mask and paw feet, 5ins diameter x 2.5ins high, the other bowl by George Edward & Sons, London 1903, embossed with floral, leaf and scroll ornament, 7ins diameter x 4.75ins high, combined weight 17ozs

£200 - £300

An Edward VII Silver Pillar Candlestick and Two Pairs of Silver Pillar Candlesticks, the single candlestick by R & W Sorley, London 1903, of "18th Century" design with knopped stem on square shaped and moulded base, 9ins high, a pair of late Victorian silver candlesticks, Sheffield 1896, of "Neo-Classical" design, 4.5ins high, and a pair of Edward VII plain silver candlesticks, Birmingham 1907, 3.75ins...

£250 - £350

A Part Set of Late Victorian Silver Buttons, and a Set of Six Edwardian Silver Buttons, the part set by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1900, cast with griffins, comprising - four large, 1.25ins diameter, six small, 0.625ins diameter, and two other odd buttons, all in fitted case, the set of six buttons by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1903, cast with cherubs within scroll borders, 0.75ins diameter, in fitted...

£150 - £200

A Georgian, Victorian and Later Harlequin Silver Table Service, by various makers and dates, comprising - twelve table forks, twenty-four dessert forks, twelve table spoons and nine tea spoons, weight 90ozs, complete with twelve Elizabeth II silver-handled table knives and twenty-four matching butter knives, Sheffield 1999, with stainless steel blades

£1,000 - £1,500

A Selection of Georgian and Victorian Silver Fiddle Pattern Forks and Spoons, by various makers and dates, comprising - five table forks, nine dessert spoons and four smaller dessert spoons, all engraved with crests, weight 31ozs

£320 - £360

Four Elizabeth II Cast Silver Goblets and Two Similar Plated Goblets, the silver goblets by Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1973, cast with floral and leaf scroll ornament, 5ins high, weight 31ozs, the plated goblets of similar form, 5ins high

£400 - £500

A Pair of Elizabeth II Silver Circular Coasters, by Marlow Brothers, London 1977, the shaped rims with gadroon mounts with pierced scroll sides and with silver lined bases, 4.625ins diameter x 2.25ins high

£100 - £150

An Elizabeth II Silver Rat Tail Pattern Table Service, by United Cutlers, Sheffield 1993 and 1994, comprising - six table forks, six dessert forks, six soup spoons, six dessert spoons, six tea spoons and two table spoons, weight 64ozs, complete with six matching table knives and butter knives with stainless steel blades

£750 - £900

A George V Lady's Black Leather Toilet Case, retailed by Mappin & Webb, 16ins x 12ins x 7ins high, containing twelve silver topped/backed lady's dressing table items, hallmarked London 1926, the backs and the case initialled "H.F.B."

£150 - £200

A George III Silver Oval Cruet and Mixed Silver and Plated Ware, the cruet possibly by William Abdy I, London 1789, with reeded mounts, pierced sides on four splayed panel feet, 7.25ins x 5.5ins x 9ins high, four slice cut and silver mounted fitments for same and three associated glass fitments, an Elizabeth II silver circular coaster, London 1998, 5ins diameter x 1.75ins, a small selection of silverware,...

£250 - £350

Seven Georgian Silver Table Spoons and Mixed Silverware, the table spoons by various makers and dates, some monogrammed and some crested, a silvery metal and whalebone handled punch ladle, 14.5ins, a George V silver oval sugar bowl, Birmingham 1931, with shaped rim on four scroll feet, 4.75ins x 4ins x 3ins high, and a mixed selection of silver and plated ware, combined weighable silver 35ozs

£400 - £600

A Pair of George III Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoons and Mixed Silver and Plated Ware, the table spoons by William Ely & William Fern, London 1781, monogrammed, a George V silver rectangular sauce boat by William Neale & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1934, of Art Deco design, 3.25ins high, a selection of other silver ware, combined weight 26ozs, and a small selection of plated ware

£300 - £400

A Georgian Silver Urn Pattern Pepper Pot and Mixed Silverware, the pepper pot hallmarks rubbed, embossed with floral and leaf scroll ornament, 3.75ins high, engraved with crest, three George IV Scottish silver fiddle and shell pattern dessert spoons by William & Patrick Cunningham, Edinburgh 1822, monogrammed, and a mixed selection of silverware, combined weight 15ozs

£180 - £220

Two Early Victorian Silver Fiddle and Thread Pattern Table Spoons and Mixed Silverware, the table spoons by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1840, a small selection of silver tea spoons, combined weight 10ozs, and a pair of plated circular coasters with reeded rims and pierced sides and turned wood bases, 5ins diameter x 1.75ins high, monogrammed

£150 - £200

A Pair of Late Victorian Silver Butter Shells, a Set of Four George V Silver Toast Racks, and Mixed Silverware, the butter shells by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1896, embossed with flowers and bead work, 5ins x 4ins, the four toast racks by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1927, 3ins x 2ins x 3ins high, in fitted case, one other toast rack and a selection of condiments and other silverware, combined weight...

£250 - £350

A Late Victorian Silver Oval Trinket Box and Mixed Silverware, the trinket box by Henry Charles Freeman, London 1899, embossed with floral and leaf scroll ornament, 5.25ins x 2.25ins x 1.25ins high, a small plain silver cigarette case engraved with entwined initials, 3ins x 2ins, three silver specimen vases, two silver backed dressing table items and a napkin ring, combined weighable silver 4.6ozs

£80 - £120

A Late Victorian Silver Rectangular Photograph Frame and Mixed Silverware, the frame by William Comyns & Sons, London 1899, with circular cartouche and gadroon borders, 10.5ins x 8ins overall, four silver backed dressing table items, a silver napkin ring and a silver mounted and cut glass specimen vase

£150 - £200

An Edward VII Silver Christening Mug and Mixed Condiments, the christening mug by Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1907, engraved with floral and leaf scroll ornament and with C-scroll handle, 3ins high, four silver condiments, combined weight 9ozs, and a pair of oak and silver mounted salt and pepper mills, 3.25ins

£150 - £200

An Edward VII Silver Circular Muffin Dish and Cover and Mixed Silverware, the muffin dish by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1903, with scroll and shell cast rim, the domed cover with conforming handle, 6.5ins diameter x 3ins high, a set of six George V silver coffee spoons, matching sugar tongues and sugar shovel, London 1917, with scroll cast handles, in fitted case, a selection...

£300 - £400

An Edward VII Silver Rectangular Card Case and Four Other Pieces of Silverware, the card case by Henry Matthews, Chester 1903, embossed with five winged cherub heads within scroll borders, 4.25ins x 3ins, engraved with initials, a George V silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1910, engraved with leaf scroll and floral ornament, 3.25ins x 2.5ins, a plain silver oval snuff box, a circular compact and a...

£150 - £200

An Edward VII Silver Vase, a Victorian Silver Circular Two-Handled Porringer, and Mixed Silverware, the vase by William Comyns & Sons, London 1907, with lobed rim and tapered body, 7ins high, the porringer by Henry Stratford, Sheffield 1897, 7ins wide (handle to handle) x 4.25ins diameter x 1.75ins high, a silver circular two-handled bowl, a specimen vase, and an epergne, combined weighable silver...

£250 - £350

A George V Silver and Tortoiseshell Rectangular Photograph Frame, and Mixed Silverware, the frame by Baldwin & Marriott, Birmingham 1922, with arched top, 5.5ins x 3.75ins overall, two plated cased Goliath pocket watches, each contained in Edward VII silver fronted travelling cases, and a small selection of other silverware

£200 - £300


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