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This sale was held on Saturday 27th November 2021 at 10:00am

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A George V Silver Rectangular Harlequin Four Piece Tea Service by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1924, with moulded rims and angular handles, comprising - teapot with ebonised finial and handle 6.5ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, and oval hot water pot, Sheffield 1920, with ebonised finial and handle, 8ins high, all with presentation inscriptions and monograms, combined gross weight 50oz

£550 - £650

A Victorian Silver "The Dragon Cup", by Alexander Macrae London 1865, the two-handled cup and cover with dragon and scroll finial, dragon pattern handles, the bulbous body with bead mounts embossed with shield cartouche, strap work ornament, shamrocks, roses and thistles, on knopped stem and circular stepped base, 13.25ins high, weight 49ozs

£800 - £1,200

An Edward VIII Silver Circular Bulbous Tea Pot, by A. L. Davenport Ltd., Birmingham 1936, with oval bead mounts to rim, the domed cover with ebonised finial, and with ebonised C-scroll handle on scroll panel feet, 6.5ins high, gross weight 16ozs

£180 - £220

George V Silver Circular Two-Handled Bowl by Mappin & Webb, London, 1918, with reeded girdle to body, leaf capped C-scroll handles on circular foot rim, 8ins diameter x 12.75ins (handle to handle) x 5.25ins high, weight 25ozs, with shadow of presentation inscription to body

£300 - £400

A Late Victorian Silver Rectangular Inkstand, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1894, the shaped rim with gadroon mounts and pierced with leaf scroll ornament, two inkwells and pen recess, on scroll feet, engraved with armorial, 13ins x 8.5ins x 2.5ins, weight 33ozs, and two cut-glass and silver mounted inkwells for same

£400 - £500

An American Sterling Silver Mounted and Glass Spirit Flask, stamped Davis & Freeman, with bayonet cover, simulated basket weave mount, removable cup applied with two gilt metal plaques, one engraved with crest the other with leaping fish, 8.5ins high

£300 - £400

An Edward VII Silver Christening Mug, by the Goldsmith's and Silversmith's Company Ltd, London 1903, the cylindrical body cast with two bands of trailing shamrocks with C-scroll handle, 3.5ins high, weight 6.3ozs, in fitted silk and velvet lined black leather covered case

£120 - £160

A George V Silver Mounted and Clear Glass Ewer, by John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham 1911, the plain mount with shaped thumb piece, twin strand scroll and ball pattern handle, bulbous body on circular foot rim, 7.75ins high

£100 - £150

A Late Victorian Silver Horn Pattern Taper Holder and a George V Silver Horn, the taper holder by J. B., London 1896, with pierced screw top and engraved with feathered coronet, 7.5ins high, the horn, maker's mark rubbed, possibly London 1943, 12ins high, combined weight 6.5ozs

£100 - £150

An Elizabeth II Silver Circular Pot Pourri Bowl and Cover and a George V Silver Circular Two-Handled Tazza, the pot pourri bowl designed by A. G. Styles for Garrard & Co., Ltd., London 1969, of plain form on circular foot rim, engraved with crest to side, 4.5ins diameter x 2.75ins high, the tazza by Martin Hall & Co., Ltd., Birmingham 1913, with pierced rim and scroll handles on knopped stem and circular...

£200 - £300

A Late George II Silver Baluster Shaped Tankard, by Fuller White, London 1759, later chased and engraved with hare coursing scene and with shaped cartouche engraved with presentation inscription, double scroll handle and on circular moulded foot rim, 5ins high, weight 11.9ozs

£250 - £350

A Continental Silvery Metal and Enamel Mounted Glass Octagonal Box and Cover, possibly French, the lid enamelled with four cherubs and a goat seated amongst the vines, within Royal blue enamel and silvery metal border engraved with leaf scroll ornament, 5ins x 3.25ins x 2.5ins high

£150 - £200

An Elizabeth II Silver Filled Model of a Greyhound Head - "M. Beattie Scott 1993", by C.F., Sheffield, 1997, mounted on turned wood base, 7.25ins overall

£150 - £200

A 20th Century Cast Silvery Metal Model of a Seated Retriever, on rectangular ebonised base, 5ins high

£150 - £200

A Late 19th/ Early 20th Century Faberge Silver Gilt and Pale Blue Enamel Rectangular Cigarette Case, by A Astrayden, St Petersburg, stamped 88 standard, the whole with guilloche enamel, the lid applied with gilt metal and red guilloche enamel Order of St Stanislaus badge with red stone oval cabochon thumb piece, 3.75ins x 2.75ins x .75ins high, gross weight 6.1ozs Provenance: Shapiro and Co. Stand...

£1,000 - £1,500

An Early 20th Century Continental Silver, Silver Gilt and Enamel Rectangular Cigarette Case, with import mark for A.J. London 1928, the lid decorated with a tree lined river landscape within a pale blue guilloche border, 3.375ins x 2.25ins, gross weight 3.2ozs

£80 - £120

An Edward VII Silver and White Enamel Circular Box, by Lawrence Emanuel, Birmingham 1908, the lid decorated with roses on a guilloche enamel ground, 2.375ins diameter x 1.25ins high, gross weight 1.6ozs

£60 - £80

An Elizabeth II Cast Silver Topped Fox Pattern Corkscrew, by J. B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd., Birmingham 1971, with red glass eyes (one missing), 3.5ins wide x 4.25ins overall

£100 - £150

An Elizabeth II Cast Silver Figure of a Seated Pig, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd., London 1990, seated with head turned to one side, 3.5ins high, loaded

£100 - £150

An 18th Century Irish Silver Oval Snuff Box, by James Keating, Dublin, with incomplete marks, of shaped outline, the lid engraved with crest, 2.75ins x 1.5ins x .75ins, weight 1.62ozs

£80 - £120

A Continental Cast Silvery Metal and 18ct Gold Crouching Figure, stamped 925, in the form of a man defecating an 18ct gold coin, 2.5ins high, gross weight 3.2ozs

£100 - £150

An Elizabeth II Cast Silver Standing Figure of a Satyr, by C. H. P. Sheffield 1993, standing with outstretched arms, his tail between his legs and with red glass eyes, 4.25ins high, weight 5.6ozs

£80 - £120

An Elizabeth II Cast Silver Model of a Duck, by C.J. Vander Ltd, Sheffield 2007, 3ins high, weight 8.3ozs

£150 - £200

A Late Victorian Silver Rectangular Snuff Box and an Edward VII Silver Miniature Coal Scuttle, the snuff box by John Edward Wilmot, Birmingham 1899, with vacant cartouche to lid, and engine turned ornament to lid and base, 2.125ins x 1.5ins x .5ins high, weight 1.33ozs, the coal scuttle, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1906, with glass panel to slope, 1.5ins high, gross weight .522ozs

£80 - £120

Eleven Elizabeth II Silver Gilt Tea Spoons, by Georg Jensen, Import Mark for London 1966 and 1967, the moulded handles with double scroll and flower pattern terminals, weight 4.2ozs

£70 - £100

A Selection of Georgian and Victorian Silver Fiddle Pattern Flatware, comprising - four Victorian table spoons, by Charles Lias, London 1838, ten William IV and Victorian dessert spoons, London 1833 and 1845, six Victorian dessert forks, by Joseph and Albert Savory, London 1842, and five sauce ladles, London 1839 and 1853, combined weight 49ozs - all with various crests or monograms

£580 - £620

A Late Victorian Cast Silver Nurses Buckle and Mixed Silverware and Silvery and Continental Silvery Metal Ware, the buckle by William Hutton and Son Ltd, Birmingham 1900, cast with mask and leaf scroll and floral ornament, 4ins x 2.25ins, a French silvery metal framed and mesh evening purse, the frame cast with trailing leaf ornament, 3ins wide, and a small selection of other silver and silvery metal...

£200 - £300

A Victorian Silver Heart Pattern Trinket Box and Mixed Silverware, the trinket box by Stokes & Ireland Ltd., Birmingham 1893, the lid embossed with circular cartouche floral and leaf ornament with shaped mounts, 4.25ins x 4ins x 2ins high, a Victorian silvery metal mounted and turquoise glass scent bottle with engraved mount, 3.5ins high, and a small selection of other silver and silvery metal ware,...

£250 - £350

A Pair of George III Silver Old Engish Pattern Table Spoons and Mixed Silverware, the pair of spoons, by Samuel Hennell, London 1800, initialled, a George VI silver Old English pattern stilton scoop, Sheffield 1937, and a selection of silver spoons, combined weight 14ozs

£200 - £300

A Pair of Late George III Silver Sugar Nips and Mixed Silverware, the sugar nips possibly by Robert Metham, incomplete marks, with shell bowls, 4.75ins overall, and an Elizabeth II silver sauce boat and matching ladle, Sheffield 1959 and 1960, and a small selection of other mixed silverware, combined weight 14oz

£150 - £200

A Set of Four Victorian Part Silver Oval Two-Handled Salts and Mixed Silverware, the salts by T.H. Hazlewood and Co, Birmingham, 1899, embossed with floral and leaf scroll ornament and with angular handles, 1.75ins high, and four Elizabeth II silver salt spoons, Birmingham 1985, all in fitted case, and a small selection of other silver and silver mounted items, combined weighable silver 7ozs

£100 - £150

I* A Set of Twelve Edward VII Silver and Ivorine Handled Fish Knives and Forks and Mixed Silverware, the fish knives and forks by Levesley Brothers, Sheffield 1906, contained in oak canteen, 13.25ins x 10.25ins x 2.5ins high, a pair of Edward VII silver pillar candlesticks, Birmingham 1906, 5.25ins high, one other silver pillar candlestick, and selection of condiments, combined weighable silver 3ozs,...

£200 - £300

A Victorian Silver Milk Jug and a George V Silver Hot Water Pot, the milk jug by Richard Crossley and George Smith, London 1850, with gadroon mounts and bulbous body, C-scroll handle on circular foot rim, 6ins high, the hot water pot by The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1913, with reeded thumb piece to flat cover and bulbous body, leather covered scroll handle, 5.25ins high, crested,...

£200 - £300

A George V Silver Seven Piece Condiment Set and Other Silver Condiments, the set by R.S. Mosley & Co, Sheffield 1913-1915, of circular form with reeded mounts and girdles, the salts with high scroll handles, comprising - two pepper pots, 3.5ins high, mustard pot and four salts, in fitted case, three other silver condiments and two silver napkin rings , combined weight 12ozs

£150 - £200

A Pair of William IV Scottish Silver Fiddle Pattern Sauce Ladles and a Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoon and Mixed Silverware, the sauce ladles by John Mitchell Glasgow 1835, engraved with monogram, the table spoon by Mary Chawner, London 1835, engraved with crest, and a selection of other silver spoons and other metalware, combined weighable silver 15ozs

£180 - £220

A George V Silver Lighthouse Pattern Sugar Caster and a Pair of George VI Silver Sauce Boats, the sugar caster by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield 1928, of cylindrical form with turned finial and moulded girdles on circular foot rim, 6.75ins high, the sauce boats by Adie Brothers Ltd., Birmingham 1940 and 41 and with import mark for Dublin 1941, the rims cast with Celtic ornament, with cast mythical...

£220 - £260

An Edward VII Silver Rectangular Card Case and a Selection of Vesta Cases, the card case by I. S Greenberg, Birmingham 1906, with scroll mounts, 3.25ins x 2ins, a silver cigarette filter cylindrical case of tapered form, hallmarks rubbed, 2ins overall, eight silver restangular Vesta cases, one sterling silver Vesta case and one other white metal Vesta case, combined gross weighable silver 7oz

£120 - £160

Forty Mainly Georgian Silver Condiment Spoons, various makers and dates, various patterns, some crested and some monogrammed, combined weight 11ozs

£200 - £300

A George VI Silver Sugar Caster and Mixed Silverware, the sugar caster maker's mark rubbed, Birmingham 1940, with turned finial, body engraved with crest, on circular foot rim, 6.25ins high, a pair of George V four-division toast racks, London 1919, 2.75ins high, and a small selection of other silverware, combined weighable silver 15ozs

£200 - £300

An Elizabeth II Silver and Silver Gilt Egg-Shaped Box and a Selection of Vesta Cases, the box by R.C., London 1977, 2ins x 1.5ins, ten silver Vesta cases, a white metal Vesta case and four other small pieces of silverware, and five hardwood Bezique counters, combined gross weighable silver 10oz

£150 - £200

A Selection of Georgian and Victorian Silver Fiddle Pattern Spoons and Forks, various makers and dates, comprising - four tablespoons, eight table forks, eight dessert spoons, eight dessert forks and eight teaspoons, weight 60ozs

£650 - £750

A Victorian Silver Vase, a George V Silver Sugar Caster and a Two-Handled Porringer, the vase makers' mark rubbed, London 1887, with part reeded and fluted body, on circular foot rim, 7.25ins high, the sugar caster Birmimgham 1939 of panelled form, 8.25 ins high, and the porringer Birmingham 1939, 4.5ins diameter x 6.75ins handle to handle x 2ins high, combined weight 23ozs

£250 - £350

A Late Victorian Silver Oval Hot Water Pot and Mixed Silverware, the hot water pot by Henry Stratford, Sheffield 1897,with part reeded body, ebonised finial and angular handle and engraved with crest, 9.25 ins high, gross weight 11ozs, a continental silvery metal rectangular box embossed with various figures, stamped 800 standardm 5.25ins x 3.5ins x 2ins high, and a selection of silver spoons and...

£250 - £350

A George V Silver and Tortoiseshell Oval Trinket Box and a Silver and Blue Enamel Topped Trinket Box, the oval box by Charles Boyston & Son Ltd., London, 1912, with tortoiseshell panel to lid inlaid with basket, leaves, scrolls and bellflower swags, on scroll feet, 6ins x 4.75ins x 2.75ins high, the other trinket box Birmingham 1912, with serpentine front, the lid decorated in gilt with fleur-de-lis...

£150 - £200

Four Elizabeth II Silver Mounted and Silver Backed Dressing Table Items by W.I. Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1980, embossed with leaf scrolls, birds and masks, comprising - circular box, 3.5ins diameter x1.75ins high, hand mirror, hairbrush and clothes brush

£60 - £80

A Late Victorian Silver Circular Inkwell and Mixed Silverware, the inkwell maker's mark rubbed, London 1894, with reeded mounts and of fluted form, engraved with stag, initials F.E.G. and Roman numeral MCMI to lid, 4.25ins diameter x 2.5ins high, and with clear glass liner, a late Victorian silver mounted and clear glass spirit flask, London 189, with bayonet cover and removable cup, 4.5ins, and a...

£300 - £400

A George VI Silver Old English Pattern Part-Table Service, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1946, comprising - five table spoons, twelve table forks, twelve soup spoons, eleven dessert forks and twelve dessert spoons, weight 118ozs, complete with eleven Elizabeth II silver handled table knives and twelve matching butter knives, Sheffield 1988

£1,400 - £1,800


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