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This sale was held on Friday 20th May 2022 at 4:00pm

A Samson Morden & Co silver commemorative tray, in set with a Victorian florin, engraved 'The Last Coinage of the Realm', 9cm, 53.1g.

£20 - £30

A collection of Victorian and later silver, comprising a Victorian silver and mother of pearl penknife, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham, rubbed date mark, blade length 7cm, 9cm long when closed, an Edwardian silver salt with pierced decoration, blue glass liner, J. T. Birmingham 1903, 4.5 by 2.5cm high, together with three napkin rings, Birmingham 1919, three silver topped dressing table bottles,...

£30 - £50

A group of four small silver items, comprising an Edwardian silver cigarette box, engraved initials to lid, wooden lined, 9 by 9.5 by 5cm high, 9.26toz gross, two small silver dishes, each 1 by 7.7cm, and a three legged cauldron salt, 6 by 3.5cm, total weighable silver, 2.81toz. (4)

£40 - £60

An ERII silver single candlestick, of stepped square section, with removable nozzle, decorated in Neoclassical style, A Marston & Co, Birmingham 1967, 6.64toz, 9 by 9 by 20cm high.

£40 - £60

A small group of silver and silver plated items, including three Georgian silver dessert spoons, a cased Edwardian silver coffee spoon set, three silver backed hair brushes, a silver teaspoon, EPNS goblet, forks, cruet set, commemorative teaspoons, and wine coaster, total weighable silver 6.39toz. (1 bag)

£40 - £60

An Art Deco silver and yellow enamel backed dressing table set, decorated with wavy lined guilloche pattern, comprising a hair brush, 23.5cm, a pair clothes brushes, 15cm, and a mirror, 26cm, Albert Carter, Birmingham 1935. (4)

£40 - £60

A group of three silver items, comprising a cut glass silver topped sugar sifter, 18cm high, a milk jug, and a cigarette case, 8.1 by 5.8 by 1.6cm, total weighable silver 5.0toz. (3)

£40 - £60

A small group of silver items, comprising a George V silver muffin slice and fork, Josiah Williams & Co (David Landsborough Fullerton), London 1926, each 21cm long, a George V silver tea strainer spoon, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1914, 15.5cm long, a cased christening spoon, engraved 'Susan' to finial, 15.5cm long, a teaspoon, a small fork, a pair of cut glass bud vases with silver rims,...

£40 - £60

A collection of 20th century Chinese silver flatware, comprising a serving spoon, with cinquefoil spoon bowl and pierced bamboo plant decoration to its finial, Tuck Chang & Co. 25cm long, together with six teaspoons, all with three chinese characters to their finials, Tien Shing, Hong Kong, 12cm long, 4.8toz overall. (7)

£40 - £60

A collection of George V and later silver dressing table wares, comprising five piece set, four brushes, a hand mirror, all with blank cartouches, Hasset & Harper Ltd, Birmingham, 1924, together with a silver lidded dressing table pot, rubbed maker's marks, London 1943, a/f. (6)

£50 - £80

A collection of Georgian and later silver, including a George IV fiddle teaspoon, with initials 'MC' to its finial, Edward Farrell, London 1822, 13.5cm long, four Victorian and later napkin rings, one with gilt highlights, S. Blanckensee & Son, Birmingham 1883, two cruets Henry Williamson Ltd. Birmingham 1901, a/f, 7cm high, Victorian sugar tongs, Ahronsberg Brothers, Birmingham 1894, 9cm long, a...

£50 - £80

A group of small silver items, including a cased set of six pistol grip butter knives, a cased christening set of knife, fork, and spoon, a cased christening set of egg cup, napkin ring, and spoon, a George III helmet shaped milk jug, dwarf candlesticks, bud vase, napkin rings, thimbles, and two propelling pencils. (1 bag)

£50 - £80

A pair of ERII silver wine bottle coasters, with pierced lattice sides and turned mahogany bases inset with a circular silver plate, engraved initials 'SPS', W I Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1972/73, each 9.7 by 4cm, 186.1g gross. (2)

£50 - £80

A group of small silver and white metal items, including two Victorian silver vesta cases, two silver pill boxes, a silver napkin ring, a silver thimble, and a silver coffee spoon, an EPNS pepper pot, miniature goblet, filigree box and cover, owl trinket box and cover, hinged stamp box, tea spoon, and a 9ct gold stick pin. (14)

£50 - £80

A group of five ERII silver decanter labels, comprising a set of three with cast foliate, shell and C scroll decorative borders, 'Whisky', 'Port', and 'Sherry', Douglas Pell Silverware, Birmingham 1979, each 5.5 by 3.5cm, a a pair formed as vine leaves, 'Whisky' and 'Sherry', SMD, London 1971, 6 by 4.5cm, combined weight 2.19toz. (5)

£50 - £80

Five pieces of George VI and later silver, including a ERII christening tankard, Bishton's Ltd. Birmingham 1957, 8.5cm high overall, a pin tray of decagon form, C. J. Vander Ltd. London 1966, 11cm diameter, together with a George V napkin ring with internal wooden liner, engraved "1935 G Diddy" and two other napkin rings, 6toz of weighable silver. (5)

£60 - £80

A George IV silver vinaigrette, with blank cartouche, parcel gilt interior, John Bettridge, Birmingham 1827, 0.4toz, 3.5 by 2.5 by 0.8cm.

£70 - £90

The Silver Map of Great Britain, Danbury Mint, 1978, etched with the boundary lines and coats of arms of the historic counties, embellished with 24 carat gold, a limited edition authorised and issued by the Council for the Protection of Rural England, 55 by 36cm, framed and glazed, 69 by 50cm, together with booklet of authenticity. (2)

£80 - £120

A Victorian silver trophy cup or chalice, with plain unengraved bowl, knopped stem and circular foot with beaded rim, stamped to base '3606', sponsor's mark rubbed, London 1877, 8.35toz, 10.3 by 21cm high.

£80 - £120

A group of four silver items, comprising a George V silver bowl, gilt lined, with chevron border to top rim, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1918, 9.7 by 5.5cm high, 3.04toz, two Mexican 925 silver ashtrays, each 10cm across, 5.12toz combined, and an Edwardian silver backed hand mirror, Birmingham 1905, 27cm. (4)

£80 - £120

A pair of Edward VII silver grape scissors, with ornate cast handles decorated with fruiting vines, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1909, 16.5cm long, 3.9toz.

£80 - £120

A group of silver items, comprising a cased set of six coffee spoons, a cased 1937 Coronation Souvenir 'Replica of Anointing Spoon', three napkin rings, two thimbles, sifter spoon with pierced bowl, a salt spoon with shell bowl, a spoon with flattened and pointed spade form bowl, a demitasse spoon, and a pair of sugar nips, 7.13toz total combined weight. (17)

£80 - £120

A collection of silver items, comprising a pair of George III silver sugar tongs, shell, fiddle and thread pattern, engraved initials 'J.E.M' to bow, Sarah & John William Blake, London 1815, 13cm long, an Edwardian small octagonal dish with pierced and repousse decoration, H J Cooper & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1901, 2 by 8.5cm, seven assorted napkin rings, an octagonal salt with blue glass liner, a mustard,...

£100 - £150

A Victorian silver pocket pocket roundlet corkscrew, with fold-out screw from a two part case, monogram engraved, London 1883, 8.2cm, 36.0g gross, a George III silver gilt snuff box, with relief patterned decoration, JA possibly for Joseph Angell, London 1807, 3.1 by 2.6 by 7.4cm, 66.9g, and a small Edwardian silver snuff box, in the form of a book, with foliate chased covers and gilt interior, William...

£100 - £150

A matched set of Victorian silver fish servers, comprising a George IV silver pierced fish server, William Chawner II, London 1823, 6.66toz, 30cm long, and fork William Hutton & Sons (Robert Hutton), Sheffield 1869, 23cm long, 3.85toz, both King's pattern with armorial engravings, together in black fitted case. (2)

£100 - £150

A group of silver items, including a cruet set, in associated case, christening set, cased, milk jug, napkin rings, and sifter spoon, combined total weight 527.9g / 16.97toz. (22)

£100 - £150

A set of six Victorian silver forks, Old English pattern, terminals engraved with an armorial crest', Josiah Williams & Co (George Maudsley Jackson & David Landsborough Fullerton), London 1897, each 20.5cm, 15.0toz combined total. (6)

£100 - £150

A collection of George V and later silver, comprising an Irish silver letter opener, with a knight to its finial, Royal Irish Silver Co. Dublin 1970, 21.5cm, with fitted case, a cased set of six silver teaspoons, J Rodgers & Sons Ltd. Sheffield 1919, a cased set of teaspoons with pierced decorated finials, S S, Sheffield 1966, a square form pin tray, Albert Edward Jones, Birmingham 1960, 10 by 10...

£100 - £150

A group of silver spoons, including two Georgian table spoons, 22cm, ten Georgian & Victorian teaspoons, one with a feather edge, and one with pear shaped gilt bowl, a Wimereux souvenir spoon, and an Edwardian cased set of six coffee spoons and tongs, together with a large pair of George III silver tongs, a Victorian silver vesta case, a silver photograph frame, and a silver topped cut glass sugar...

£100 - £150

A George V silver pedestal bowl, with shaped rim, pierced edges and circular foot, Mappin & Webb Ltd, Birmingham 1932, 26 by 8cm high, 16.8toz.

£100 - £150

A group of Georgian and later tablespoons, comprising five fiddle pattern with engraved terminals, 22cm long, and two Hanoverian pattern, 20cm long, together with a Victorian sauce ladle, fiddle pattern, 17cm long, combined weight 16.1toz. (8)

£100 - £150

Four Victorian and later silver cigarette cases, comprising an Edwardian case with bright cut decoration to its exterior, monogrammed 'ECC July 7th 1907", Samuel M Levi, Birmingham 1906, 8 by 6.5 by 1.5cm, a George V case, blank cartouche surrounded by engraved foliate decoration, Samuel M Levi, Birmingham 1919, 8.5 by 7.5 by 1.5cm, and two later George V cases with machine turned decoration, all...

£100 - £150

Two Continental silver bon bon dishes, an early 20th century 800 grade silver Austro-Hungarian blue and clear cut glass bowl above a baluster form column terminating in an octadecagon silver base, 16 by 20cm overall, together with a continental white metal bon bon dish, oval form bowl with pierced decoration, blue glass liner, raised upon an cornucopia design support with stepped base, 16.5 by 13.5...

£100 - £150

A George V silver set of silver and mother of pearl handled dessert flatware, forks 15.5cm long, knives 19.3cm long, Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson), Sheffield 1915, in a brass inlaid mahogany, and fitted blue velvet lined case, with inset plaque for 'Manoah Rhodes & Son Ltd., Silversmiths, Bradford', 31.5 by 24 by 6cm.

£100 - £200

A Victorian silver tray, with shell mounts, raised upon four scroll feet, Daniel & Charles Houle, London 1853, 14.2toz.

£150 - £250

An Art Deco Anglo-Indian silver three piece bachelors tea service, circa 1925, of tapering cylindrical form with decorative line edges, comprising teapot with ebonised wooden handle and finial, 17.5 by 8.5 by 13.5cm high, twin handled sugar bowl, 12.7 by 8.3 by 5.3cm high, and milk jug, 11.0 by 6.3 by 11.5cm high, both with traces of gilt to the interiors, probably Warner Brothers, Delhi, India, combined...

£150 - £250

A George III silver tea caddy, of decagon section with caddy top and small urn finial, decorated with bright cut engraving, and monogram 'GSS' to front panel, James Young London 1791, 10.7toz, 13 by 8.5 by 15.5cm high.

£200 - £300

An Elizabeth II silver gilt commemorative 'Herald's' tazza, the shallow bowl with rose and oak leaf border, supported on a column with three Queen's Beasts, rampant lions, each holding a Royal shield, oak leaf capital, and on a circular foot with rose and oak leaf border, limited edition 61/250, Hector Miller for Aurum, London 1985, 15.53toz, 14.6 by 15.0cm high.

£200 - £300

A Victorian silver double ended combination scent bottle and vinaigrette, of fluted cylindrical with engraved foliate decoration, the hinged domed ends opening to reveal a glass stopper to one end, and a hinged pierced and foliate engraved cover to the other end, hallmarked and gilt highlighted inside each end cover and hallmarked to the base, David & Lionel Spiers, Birmingham 1889, 2.19toz gross,...

£200 - £300

An George V silver three piece tea service, with faceted bodies and fruiting vine cast rims, comprising teapot with ebonised wooden finial and handle, 28.5 by 14 by 15cm high, twin handled sugar bowl, 20.5 by 10 by 11cm high, and milk jug, 15 by 9 by 11cm high, George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1914 (sugar bowl 1913), 35.46toz gross weight. (3)

£200 - £300

A Victorian silver teapot, repousse decorated with flowers and C scrolls in rococo style, ebonised handle and finial, raised on four hoof feet, mark rubbed but probably Sibray, Hall & Co, London 1896, 24 by 14 by 16cm high, 23.4toz.

£200 - £300

A collection of Russian white metal flatware, stamped '??????' (Geneva) and '84' suggesting 875 grade silver, including a large ladle, 32cm long, two soup spoons, 16.8cm, ten dessert spoons, 15.5cm long, six teaspoons, 11.5cm long a cake fork, all with gilt bowls to the spoons, 25.4toz, as well as an associated cake slice, 26cm long. (1 bag)

£200 - £300

A 20th century Arts and Crafts style silver caddy spoon, created for Liberty & Co's CYMRIC range, overall weight 0.875toz, 8.3 by 5.2cm.

£200 - £300

Eleven pieces of Early 20th century Kiev silver, with ornate baronial mark to finials, comprising a large ladle, 33cm long, serving fork and spoon, both, 26.5cm long, six teaspoons, 11cm long, two pickle forks, 11.5cm long, Bratbia Hempel, Kiev 1908-1926, overall 21.8toz. (1 bag)

£300 - £500

An early to mid 17th century silver slip top spoon, with pear shaped bowl, single partial hallmark still visible, finial engraved 'T.W', 0.57toz, bowl 3.9 by 5.1cm, 12.4cm long. Provenance: this spoon was given to the Vendor's father circa 1948-50, when he was a young man, soon after WWII where he flew as a Lancaster bomber pilot, including a mission to bomb Hitler's 'Eagles Nest' near Berchtesgaden,...

£300 - £500

An Edwardian silver Quoits trophy, in quoit form, engraved 'Presented to the Stamford & District Quoit League By Lord John Joicey-Cecil MP 1906' (Lord John Joicey-Cecil was the fourth son of William Cecil, third Marquis of Exeter), Mappin & Webb, London 1905, 11.69toz, 16.5 by 2.2cm overall, with original fitted case, a/f, .

£300 - £500

A suite of late 19th century Latvian 875 grade silver and Swedish steel cutlery, by Carl Theodor Beyermann, with engraved line decoration to the edges, and terminals engraved 'I S' for Irena Sakowski, the grandmother of the previous vendor, the knives with hollow cast 875 grade silver handles and 'Rostfrei' steel blades by Jernbolaget, Eskilstuna, comprising six place settings of six forks, 18cm,...

£400 - £600

An ERII Silver Wedding jug, with engraved decoration, limited edition 155/250, Garrard & Co, London 1973, 896.4g / 28.81toz, 29cm high, in original fitted presentation case, and with original receipt.

£400 - £600


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