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This sale was held on Saturday 6th August 2022 at 10:00am

A George V Silver Rectangular Two-Handled Tray, by Atkin Bros., Sheffield, 1915, with reeded mounts and leaf capped handles, 26ins x 15.75ins, weight 115ozs

£1,350 - £1,600

A Victorian Harlequin Silver Three Piece Oval Tea Service, by Frederick Braysted & Gold Smith Alliance Ltd., London, 1878 and 1891, with bead mounts and scroll handles and engraved with initials, comprising - teapot with ebonised handle, 5.5ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 40ozs

£450 - £600

An Edward VII Silver Mounted and Glass Claret Jug, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1909, with plain mounts, turned finial to lid and c-scroll handle, the body with fan, diamond and slice cuttings, 9.25ins high

£150 - £200

A Pair of Victorian Silver Pillar Candlesticks of '18th Century' Design, maker's mark rubbed, London 1888, of hexagonal tapered form with knopped stems on hexagonal moulded footrims, 7.75ins high, loaded

£150 - £200

An Early Victorian Silver Teapot, by Joseph & John Angell, London, 1838, of circular panelled form, with melon and leaf pattern finial, scroll and floral cast mounts, leaf capped handle and spout, on four scroll feet, 6.5ins high, gross weight 25ozs

£350 - £450

A Victorian Silver Circular Salver, by Barnard & Sons Ltd., London, 1870, with tongue mounts, the centre engraved with leaf and strapwork ornament, on three reeded scroll floral and paw pattern feet, 10ins diameter, weight 17ozs

£200 - £300

A George III Silver Oval Eight Division Cruet, by Robert & Samuel Hennell, London 1808, with moulded framework, loop handle cast with tongue mounts and leaf scroll ornament, the base with reeded mounts, on four reeded and scroll panel feet, 11ins x 8.5ins x 12ins high, weight 39ozs, with eight diamond cut glass fitments, two with matched silver mounts

£440 - £480

A George VI Harlequin Silver Circular Four Piece Tea Service, by A. Wilcox, Birmingham, 1945, and G. Bryan & Co., Birmingham, 1946, of Art Deco design, on circular footrims, comprising - teapot, hot water pot, each with ebonised finials and handles, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 45ozs

£500 - £600

A George V Silver Circular Regimental Salver by The Goldsmith & Silversmith Co. Ltd, London, 1928, the shaped and moulded rim with gadroon mounts engraved to centre with crest for the "County of Lincoln Bombing Squadron 503" and with signatures, on four claw and ball feet, 12ins diameter, weight 29ozs

£400 - £500

An Edward VII Silver Mounted and Cut Glass Claret Jug, by Thomas Webb & Sons Ltd, London, 1902, with plain mounts and with angular handle, the panelled body with diamond and leaf cuttings, 10.25ins high

£200 - £300

A Pair of Edward VII Silver Pillar Candlesticks, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, 1908, with knopped square section stems on octagonal bases, 6.5ins high, loaded

£250 - £350

A George V Silver Circular Teapot, by Viner's Ltd Sheffield 1931, with slightly domed lid with later finial, ebonised scroll handle, on circular footrim, 5ins high, gross weight 12ozs

£120 - £160

An Edward VII Silver Mounted and Clear Glass Claret Jug and a Plated Mounted and glass Claret Jug, the silver mounted jug by Martin Hall & Co., Chester, 1909, of plain form and with angular handle and with plain tapered glass body, 10ins high, the plated mounted claret jug with plain mounts to spiral fluted bulbous body, 8.5ins high

£150 - £200

A George II Silver Baluster-Shaped Tankard, by Fuller White, London, 1759, with later repousse and engraved with hare coursing scene and shaped cartouche with engraved presentation inscription, double scroll handle, 5ins high, weight 11.9ozs

£250 - £350

A George III Silver Rectangular Eight Division Cruet, by John and Thomas Settle, Sheffield, 1817, with reeded and gadroon mounts and moulded leaf pattern supports on leaf and paw pattern feet, 9.5ins x 8.25ins x 10ins high, weight 26ozs, and diamond and slice cut glass fitments for same, two with silver mounts

£350 - £500

A George III Silver Beaker and Two Silver Christening Mugs, the beaker by Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London, 1799, of plain tapered form with moulded rim and engraved with crest, 5ins high, weight 6.9ozs, an Edward VII plain silver christening mug by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1908, with c-scroll handle and engraved with initials, 3ins high, and a George V silver christening mug by...

£200 - £300

A Set of Four George III Silver Oval Salts of Neo Classical Design, makers mark rubbed, possibly London, 1783, with bead mounts, pierced scroll bands to body and engraved with swags, on oval feet, 3.625ins x 2.625ins x 2.125ins high, weight 8.9ozs, and blue glass liners for same

£200 - £300

A Set of Eighteen Silver Fiddle Thread and Shell Pattern Dessert Spoons and a Pair of George III Matching Ladles, various makers, London, 1778 and 1779, all engraved with monogram, weight 39ozs

£420 - £460

A Pair of William IV Silver Sauce Ladles and Mixed Silver Ware, the sauce ladles by George Smith & William Fern, London, 1831, a set of six late Victorian silver fiddle and thread pattern tea spoons by Chawner & Co., London, 1846, crested and a small selection of silver spoons, combined weight 16ozs

£200 - £300

A Late Victorian Silver Rectangular Inkstand, by The Goldsmith and Silversmith Co. Ltd, London, 1900, with shaped and moulded rim, twin pen recesses, on pad feet, 9.75ins x 6.75ins, complete with taper stick and two slice cut square glass inkwells with silver mounts, combined weighable silver 26ozs

£300 - £400

A Late Victorian Silver Goblet and an Edward VII Two-Handled Sugar Basin and Milk Jug, the goblet by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1900, with part reeded body and circular footrim, 8.75ins high, the milk jug and sugar basin by West & Sons, Dublin 1908, with gadroon mounts and part reeded bodies, sugar basin 3.75ins high, combined weight 20.5ozs

£220 - £260

Two Early Victorian Silver and Silver Gilt Christening Mugs, by Edward, John & William Barnard, London, 1839 and 1840, each with moulded rims and moulded scroll handles, engraved with leaf scroll ornament and with monogram to central cartouche, 3.875ins high and 3.25ins high, combined weight 10.2ozs

£200 - £300

A Set of Twelve Victorian Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Forks and Twelve Dessert Forks, by Emanuel Bros. London, 1859, engraved with crest, weight 48ozs

£520 - £560

A Late Victorian Silver Hip Flask and a George V Small Silver Hip Flask, the Victorian by Atkins Bros., London, 1897, of oval form with bayonet cap and removable cup, 6ins overall weight 6.6ozs, the smaller by Saunders & Shepherd, Birmingham, 1913, engraved with initial 'KMM' to front and with '129, Hamilton Road, Taunton' to base, 3.5ins overall, weigh 1.6ozs

£200 - £300

A Late Victorian Silver Cylindrical Sugar Caster and Pair of Oval Salts, the sugar caster by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Birmingham, 1895, embossed with floral and leaf scroll ornament on circular footrim, 4ins high, the pair of salts by Horton & Allday, Birmingham, 1893, the shaped rims with bead mounts, pierced leaf scroll sides, on mask and paw pattern feet, 3ins x 2.25ins x 2.5ins high, and...

£100 - £150

An Early Victorian Silver Fiddle and Thread Pattern Gravy Spoon, by George William Adams, London 1845, weight 5.5ozs, and nine 19th Century table knives by Martin & Co., with polished steel blades and silver moulded and shell pattern handles (all engraved Hoe )

£80 - £120

An Edward VII Silver Rectangular Snuff Box, by The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Ltd, London, 1902, of curved form, the front and back engraved and applied with gold coloured metals with flowering branches, 3.25ins x 2.25ins, weight 2.8ozs

£150 - £200

An Edward VII Silver Sugar Caster, by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield, 1906, the domed cover with spiral reeded finial, the bulbous body with part spiral reeded and fluted ornament on circular foot rim, 10ins high, weight 11.8ozs

£120 - £160

A Georgian and Victorian Harlequin Silver Fiddle Pattern Part Table Service, various makers and dates mostly London, 1830s, all engraved with monogram, comprising - six table spoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks and twelve other Georgian silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons, various makers and dates, engraved with initials, combined weight 95ozs

£1,000 - £1,500

An Edward VII Silver Mounted Tortoiseshell Heart Pattern Trinket Box, by MBA, London, 1907, the lid inlaid in silver and mother of pearl in Chinese taste, on three bun feet, 3.75ins x 4.375ins x 2.75ins high

£150 - £200

A Pair of Elizabeth II Cast Silver Taper Sticks of Huguenot Design, by J.C.L., London, 1970, with single knop stems on octagonal bases, 5ins high, weight 9ozs

£150 - £200

An Elizabeth II Silver Six Piece Oval Condiment Set of Neo Classical Design, by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham, 1960, with moulded rims and pierced sides on panel feet comprising - pair of salts 2.25ins x 1ins high, pair of mustard pots and a pair of cylindrical pepper pots, all with blue glass liners and four matched silver condiment spoons, combined weight of silver 6.9ozs, in blue fitted case

£150 - £200

An Elizabeth II Silver Goblet by A. T. Canon, Birmingham, 1972, No.212, of limited edition issued to commemorate the 25th wedding anniversary of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, 5ins high, with black leather case and certificate and christening mug by Northern Goldsmiths Co., Birmingham, 1934, of baluster shape, 3ins high, combined weight 9ozs

£100 - £150

Six Victorian Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoons and Twelve Table Forks, the table spoons by Chawner & Co., London, 1855, 1856 and 1857, the table forks by Charles Boyton, London, 1873, all engraved with monogram, weight 39ozs

£420 - £460

An Elizabeth II Silver Filled Figure of a Dachshund and a Plated Figure of a Retriever, the dachshund by Camelot Silverware Ltd., 2003, 3.25ins high, filled, the retriever 3.875ins high

£80 - £120

A Set of Eight Elizabeth II Silver Circular Napkin Rings by Harman Brothers, Birmingham 1983 and 1986, of plain form with moulded rims, weight 5.7ozs

£100 - £150

A Victorian Silver Old English Pattern Part Table Service, by various makers and dates from 1884 to 1898, comprising - one table spoon, five dessert spoons, five dessert forks, six tea spoons and one other dessert spoon, weight 23ozs

£250 - £350

Three Elizabeth II Silver and Enamel Spirit Labels, by Cohen & Charles, Birmingham, 1963, of rectangular form with bands of enamel and engraved 'Port', ' Vermouth Dry' and 'Vermouth Sweet', 2ins x 1.25ins

£80 - £120

A 20th Century Danish Silver Caddy Spoon, by Georg Jensen, with import mark for London, 1967, pattern no. 41, with planished bowl and bead scroll handle, 4ins overall, weight .06ozs

£60 - £80

A Late George III Silver Old English Pattern Gravy Spoon and Mixed Silverware, the gravy spoon by Eley Fearn, and Chawner, London, 1810, engraved with initial 'M', a silvery metal and whalebone handled punch ladle, the oval lipped bowl with bead mounts and a selection of silver flatware, combined weighable silver 17ozs

£200 - £300

A Georgian Silver Urn Pattern Sugar Basket and Mixed Silver Ware, the sugar basket makers mark and date rubbed, with bead mounts, the part reeded body with pierced sides embossed with swags on circular foot rim, 3.5ins diameter x 3.75ins high, and blue glass liner for same, a small selection of other condiments and silver tea spoons and coffee spoons, some cased, combined weighable silver 29ozs

£300 - £400

A William IV Silver Double Ended Marrow Scoop and Mixed Silver Ware, the marrow scoop makers mark indistinct, London, 1830, engraved with crest and initial 'H' weight 1.4ozs, four silver and mother of pearl handled pocket fruit knives and a small selection of other silver items

£120 - £160

A Victorian Silver Oval Basket, a Punch Ladle and a Sugar Caster, the basket by Frederick Brasted, London, 1874, of neo classical design with reeded rim, engraved with vacant cartouche, floral and swag ornament on rectangular foot rim 5.75ins x 4ins x 4.25ins high, a George III silver oval punch ladle makers mark incomplete, London, 1789, inset with 1787 coin and with whale bone twist handle, and...

£200 - £300

A Victorian Silver Rectangular Card Case, One Other Card Case and a Snuff Box, the rectangular card case by George Unite, Birmingham, 1892, of shaped outline, engraved with leaf scroll ornament and with initials to circular cartouche, 3.75ins x 2.75ins, a smaller rectangular card case by Robert Pringle & Sons, London, 1928, 3.25ins x 1.5ins, and a silver rectangular snuff box by Yapp & Woodward, Birmingham,...

£150 - £200

A Late Victorian Small Silver and Red Enamel Fire Bucket and Mixed Silver Ware, the bucket by George Heath, London, 1891, applied with oval cartouche and worded in red enamel 'Fire', 3.125ins high, an Indian colonial silver christening mug by Hamilton & Co., with moulded rim and scroll handle and twin reeded bands to body, 3.5ins high, a sterling silver 'Dewar's Whisky' advertising cigar cutter and...

£200 - £300

A Pair of Late Victorian Silver Pillar Candlesticks and Mixed Silver Ware, the candlesticks by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co. London, 1879, with bead mounts, stop fluted columns on square bases, 4.75ins high, loaded, a silver circular milk jug marks rubbed, with gadroon mounts, part reeded body and cast feet, 3.5ins high, and a selection of other silver ware, combined weighable silver 14ozs

£200 - £300

A Set of Six Victorian Silver Fiddle Pattern Tea Spoons and Mixed Silver Ware, the tea spoons by Chawner & Co., London, 1865, engraved with monogram, three other silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons and a small selection of other silver and silver mounted items, combined weighable silver 10ozs

£120 - £160

A Pair of Late Victorian Silver Oval Two-Handled Salts and Mixed Silverware, the salts by Josiah Williams & Co, London, 1895, with part reeded bodies on oval footrims, 2.75ins high, a George VI silver rectangular ashtray of Art Deco design, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1941, 5ins x 3.5ins, one other silver circular ashtray, two silver butter shells and a mixed lot of silverware, combined weighable...

£220 - £260


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