Lot 702 A late 19th century French electroplated and partly gilt circular plate cast and engraved with ''Prodigal Son'' scene after Teniers, titled in French, with an engine turned floral border and husk rim, with suspension ring to the back, diameter 30.5cm.
Lot 704 A late Victorian silver plated ink standish by James Dixon and Sons with central engraved glass trumpet shaped vase, figurative stand of George and the dragon flanked by twin lidded glass ink wells and shaped base, dished reservoirs for pens, leaf engraved decoration and raised on bun feet, length 27.5cm.
Lot 704A A circa 1900 electroplated bell shaped twin handled football trophy on knopped stem above stepped circular base, cover surmounted with cast figure of footballer in action, with presentation inscription ''North Staffs. Thursday Half Holiday Challenge Cup presented (illegible) Lamb St, Henley'', maker's initials C.J.A, height 37.5cm.
Lot 712 A group of electroplated items comprising a spoon warmer modelled as a chick seated above an egg shell on wheat decorated base, height 13.5cm, a baluster cream jug, a sauce boat, an Art Deco style tea strainer and an oval baluster hot water pot (5).
Lot 714 A small group of electroplated items to include a set of four circular ash trays, Mapping and Webb, a sugar scuttle with shovel, a miniature bottle cooler, a shaped oval basket with swing looped handle, etc.
Lot 716 A collection of electroplated tongs and nips of various shapes and sizes including a pair of tongs with wrythen stems, claw grips and topped with a cherub, wishbone nips, small fish tongs, bead example, wrythen and bright cut example etc (12).
Lot 717 WMF; an early to mid 20th century silver plated canteen of cutlery, comprising eight table knives, twelve table forks, twelve table spoons, twelve fish knives and eleven fork, ten salad knives and eight forks, nine dessert spoons, nine fruit knives, twelve pastry forks, eleven coffee spoons and four teaspoons, with various servers to include soup ladle, serving spoon, sugar tongs and sauce ladle.
Lot 721 VINERS; a George V hallmarked silver four piece tea set comprising a circular tea pot with part faceted decoration, length 23.5cm including spout and ebonised handle, a baluster hot water jug, a sugar bowl and a cream jug, Sheffield 1932, combined approx. 41.8ozt.
Lot 723 THOMAS LATHAM & ERNEST MORTON; an Edward VII hallmarked silver tea pot of bellied form with part decorative gadrooned body and a matching hot water jug, Birmingham 1910, combined approx 41.73ozt (2).
Lot 728 WILHELM BINDER; a pair of early 20th century German 835 standard silver three branch candelabra with scroll decoration and knopped stem above shaped circular domed bases, Schwäbisch Gmünd, height 25cm, span 33cm, approx 40ozt.
Lot 729 A 1960s Israeli silver Hanukkah menorah/two branch candlestick, the U-shaped twin branches supporting a bar with eight sconces and servant light, above tapering stem and domed circular filigree and cabochon decorated base, height 21cm, approx. 4.9ozt.
Lot 734 HARRY FREEMAN; a George V hallmarked silver shaped circular footed bowl with fluted sides, London 1932, diameter 18cm, and a silver ashtray raised on four outswept supports, Deakin & Francis, Birmingham (date letter rubbed), approx 15.8ozt (2).
Lot 736 ROBERTS & DORE; a George V hallmarked silver circular footed bowl with cast shaped rim, Birmingham 1933, diameter 21.5cm, and a shaped circular pin dish, Carrs of Sheffield (Manufacturing) Ltd, 1997, diameter 10cm, combined approx 10.6ozt (2).
Lot 740 THOMAS GLASER; a Victorian hallmarked silver pen tray embossed with cherubic figures at various garden works, with crimped rim, import hallmark for London 1892, bearing traces of primary pseudo Hanau maker's mark, length 20.5cm, approx 2.1ozt.
Lot 742 J&R GRIFFIN; a pair of small pierced bonbon dishes raised on circular feet, one loaded, Chester 1911, height 7cm and a pair of Victorian hallmarked silver pierced shaped pin dishes, J.R.O, Birmingham 1899, weighable silver approx. 2.42ozt (4).
Lot 744 ATKIN BROTHERS; a Victorian hallmarked silver scallop shaped pin dish, Sheffield 1897, a hallmarked silver small alms dish, William Comyns and Sons, London 1971, a small circular picture frame, Deakin and Francis Ltd, Birmingham 1910 and a sterling silver pin dish centred with an Oriental coin, marked LC Ltd, combined weighable silver approx 5.16ozt (4).