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Showing 1-48 of 580 lots

This sale was held on Thursday 19th May 2022 at 11:00am

A silver three piece coffee set, by John Henry Odell, London 1965/6, gross weight 1237g.

£500 - £600

A late Victorian oak cased canteen of silver Kings Honeysuckle pattern cutlery for twelve, by Josiah Williams & Co, London 1899, 5535g. (77)

£2,000 - £2,500

An Irish silver three piece tea set, by Royal Irish Silver Co, Dublin 1969 and with Sheffield import mark for 1968, gross weight 1574g.

£600 - £800

A silver three piece tea set, by W & C Sissons, Sheffield 1914/5, gross weight 1102g.

£400 - £600

A George II silver teapot, by Thomas Whipham, London 1751, having turned ivory handle, inscription engraved to base dated 1865, gross weight 733g,

£300 - £400

A Christopher Dresser style silver mounted glass claret jug, by Walker & Hall, London 1883, 23.5cm high excluding thumb piece.

£300 - £400

An Edwardian silver swing handled sugar basket, London 1907, 15.5cm wide, 204g.

£120 - £150

A Victorian silver double photograph frame, by James Deakin & Sons, Chester 1899, 23.5cm high.

£150 - £200

A pair of Victorian silver oval pedestal salts, having chased decoration, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1894, 10.8cm high, 140g.

£60 - £80

A silver coffee pot and matching hot water jug, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1930/1, 18cm high, gross weight 698g.

£200 - £300

A silver tazza having pierced gallery, by Mappin & Webb, London 1926, 21.5cm diameter, 351g.

£120 - £160

A silver teapot, by Fordham & Faulkner, Sheffield 1913, gross weight 554g.

£150 - £200

A Victorian silver salver, by Charles Boyton II, London 1894, 20cm diameter, 296g.

£80 - £120

A cased Van Cleef & Arpels gold mounted engine turned silver cigarette case, with French control marks, with applied initials R D to exterior, 13 x 8cm. Provenance: from the estate of the actor Sir Ronald Harwood, CBE FRSL.

£500 - £700

An antique white metal mounted coconut cup, possibly John Harvey I, London circa 1745, 15.5cm high.

£400 - £600

A silver three piece tea set, by Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1932, gross weight 645g.

£250 - £300

An Edwardian silver oval swing handled basket, by Barker Brothers, Chester 1907, 32.7cm wide, 704g.

£250 - £350

An Art Deco engine turned silver trinket box, by A & J Zimmerman Ltd, Birmingham 1933, having mirror inset lid, 10.3cm diameter.

£50 - £70

A small silver twin handled tazza, by Carrington & Co, London 1909, 12cm diameter excluding handles, 109g.

£40 - £60

A William IV silver mustard pot, by Edward, John & William Barnard, London 1834, 7cm high, 129g.

£60 - £80

A George III silver sauce boat, by Charles Hougham, London 1784, 283g.

£150 - £200

A silver milk jug, by Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1930, 105cm high, 173g.

£50 - £70

A cased Edwardian silver sugar bowl and cream jug, by Charles Boyton & Son Ltd, London 1907/8, jug 12.5cm high, 172g

£70 - £100

A George III silver helmet cream jug, by Solomon Hougham, London 1793, 15.5cm high, 106g.

£40 - £60

A Swedish silver and parcel gilt milk jug, by C G Hallberg, Stockholm 1912, 12cm, 128g.

£70 - £100

A Britannia standard silver cream helmet, by Alfred James How, London 1915, 12.5cm high, 147g.

£60 - £80

A George III silver cream jug, marks rubbed, 10.5cm, 116g.

£50 - £70

A 19th century Persian white metal beaker, having chased floral decoration, 12cm high.

£50 - £70

A Victorian chased silver beaker, by Henry John Lias & James Wakely, London 1879, 9.8cm high, 114g.

£70 - £100

A French engine turned white metal beaker, by P R, 8cm high.

£50 - £70

A silver beaker, by Barker Ellis Silver Co, Sheffield 1978, 8cm high, 95g.

£30 - £40

A silver sauce boat having gadrooned rim, makers mark rubbed, London 1911, 298g.

£80 - £120

A pair of silver sauce boats, by Barker Ellis Silver Co, Birmingham 1965, 351g.

£80 - £120

A Victorian silver campaign cutlery set, by Charles Rawlings & William Summers, London 1852; comprising: a knife, fork, and spoon, engraved with a family crest, (possibly incomplete).

£70 - £100

An Arts & Crafts silver Christening mug, by Amy Sandheim, London 1925, 9cm high, 206g.

£400 - £600

An Edwardian chased silver Christening mug, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1908, 8cm high, 161g.

£80 - £120

A silver Christening mug, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1949, 7cm high, 117g.

£50 - £70

A silver twin handled vase, by Wakely & Wheeler, London 1922, 25cm high, 688g.

£250 - £350

A Swedish white metal milk jug, by C B, 1901, 13cm high.

£60 - £80

A Georgian style silver milk jug, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1906, 10cm high, 140g.

£50 - £70

A George III silver cream jug, by I S & A N, London 1767, 10cm high, 97g.

£80 - £120

A Dutch white metal milk jug, by J.M. van Kempen & Zonen, Voorschoten, 12.5cm high.

£50 - £70

A George II silver milk jug, maker possibly G C, London 1753, 9.5cm high, 85g.

£80 - £120

A George III silver milk jug, maker's mark rubbed, London 1812, 8.5cm high, 132g

£40 - £60

A large silver mounted rectangular easel photograph frame, by Deykin & Harrison, Birmingham 1926, 35 x 25cm.

£50 - £80

Of Royal interest: an unusual Victorian silver 'Prince of Wales' feather mount, with the motto 'Ich Dien' below, by George Angell & Co, London 1864, 11.8cm high, 168g.

£100 - £200

A George III silver swing handled sugar basket, makers' mark rubbed, London 1790, 13.5cm wide, 128g.

£100 - £150

A silver mounted ebony conductor's baton, by Oskar Olsen, London 1917, engraved 'Presented to Thomas Hitchings...' 46.5cm.

£40 - £60


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