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This sale was held on 24/07/2019 at 10:00 am

An early 18th Century silver Marrow Scoop/Table Spoon, rat tail pattern, maker probably Thomas Spackman

£100 - £200

A George I silver Marrow Scoop, London 1725, maker: Paul Hanet

£80 - £120

A George II silver Marrow Scoop, London 1727, maker: William Scarlet

£80 - £120

Two George I silver Table Spoons, hanovarian pattern with rat tail bowls, one with initials M.H., London 1719 and 1720, maker: William Scarlet, and another Spoon engraved initials R.W.M.

£80 - £120

Three George II silver Table Spoons, hanovarian pattern, one with crest, one initials M.H., London 1744, 1748 and 1753

£80 - £120

A George III plain silver Meat Skewer, Birmingham 1798, maker: J Taylor

£100 - £150

A pair of Victorian silver-gilt Shell Salts on dolphin supports, Birmingham 1873, maker: George Unite, and two Spoons

£80 - £120

A George III silver small Vinaigrette with seaweed engraving and leafage engraved grille, Birmingham circa 1800, maker: J Wilmore

£60 - £100

An Edward VII silver Sovereign and Half Sovereign Case, Birmingham 1903

£70 - £100

One dozen Victorian silver Teaspoons, onslow pattern London 1893, in case

£60 - £100

One dozen Victorian silver-gilt Dessert Spoons with scroll stems and figure finials, London 1893, in case

£80 - £120

A pair of Art Nouveau small silver overlaid Scent Bottles and Stoppers of club shape with dolphin and floral design, 3 3/4in, marked Sterling 345, Black Star & Frost, one A/F

£150 - £200

Six early 19th Century Scottish Provincial silver Teaspoons, fiddle pattern, Dundee circa 1820-40, maker: Alexander Cameron

£100 - £150

Six early 19th Century Scottish Provincial silver Teaspoons, three fiddle pattern and three old english pattern, including Perth, Aberdeen and Greenock

£80 - £120

A Victorian silver Vinaigrette in the form of a hunting horn, London 1871, maker: S Mordan, probably lacks outer cover

£100 - £200

An Edward VII silver shaped circular Salver on four ball and claw feet, Sheffield 1903, 12 in D, and a plated boat shape Teapot and Sugar Bowl

£200 - £300

A George V silver Sovereign and Half Sovereign Case with leafage engraving and vacant cartouche, Birmingham 1911, and an unusual silver Hatpin in the form of a beehive enamelled with green butterflies, Birmingham 1909

£100 - £150

A George III silver Fish Slice, fiddle pattern, pierced and engraved Prince of Wales feathers, London 1805, and four 19th Century fiddle pattern Table Spoons, various dates

£100 - £150

A George V silver Sauce Boat, Sheffield 1924, six Tea Knives in case, Sugar Tongs, Mustard Pot, Napkin Ring, Cigarette Case, Salt Spoon, plus plated Fish Servers and Eaters and a Toastrack

£80 - £120

A silver plated Teapot of rhombus form on tapering supports in the style of Christopher Dresser's design produced by James Dixon and Sons, stamped base, 7in

£100 - £150

A plated Inkwell in the form of a dog's head, hinged to open, marked W H & Co, 4in H

£200 - £300

A silver plated Cocktail Shaker with designs of windmills and watermills in landscapes, 10 1/2 in H

£100 - £150

A set of four Walker and Hall corinthian column silver plated Candlesticks on stepped square bases and another similar pair with swag decoration

£150 - £200

An unusual electroplated Novelty Aeroplane Smoker's Set, with match compartment and striker, removeable disc containing ashtrays, the body of the plane with hinged cover for cigars, cigarette cases as detachable wings, the propeller as a cigar cutter and the wheels slide off to reveal empty compartment, 9 1/2in, the cover engraved R H Old, 1909-1930

£600 - £800

A Georgian Sheffield plated oval Monteith with ram's head mask and ring handles, shaped rim, anthemion frieze and fluted body, 11 x 7in

£400 - £600

A Georgian silver Rattle with applied bells and engraved initials

£50 - £80

A pair of Victorian silver large Apostle Spoons, Sheffield 1892/3

£80 - £120

An Edward VII silver Sugar Basket with floral and ribbon design, spiral swing handle, London 1906, blue glass liner, maker: W.C.

£70 - £100

An Edward VII/George V silver miniature Tea Service, viz: Teapot, Sugar Bowl, Jug, two Cups and Saucers, oval gallery Tray, Birmingham 1905/10, maker: L&S

£80 - £120

Six Georgian Scottish Provincial silver Teaspoons, five fiddle pattern including Perth by Charles Murray and William Ritchie

£80 - £120

A George IV silver Basting Spoon, fiddle pattern engraved initial B, London 1828

£50 - £80

A Group of five various Georgian Caddy Spoons, all with Birmingham hallmarks

£150 - £200

Three Items of Norwegian silver by Marius Hammer: Caddy Spoon with spiral stem and engraved leafage finial, Caddy Spoon with engraved leaf shape bowl and a Christening Mug engraved Ida

£200 - £300

A George V silver and tortoiseshell mounted six piece Dressing Table Set with swag and pendant husk design, Birmingham 1927/8

£100 - £150

An Edward VII silver Brandy Saucepan with turned ivory handle, Sheffield 1907, on plated Stand with spirit burner

£100 - £150

A Collection of mainly silver Cutlery including two George III Table Spoons, Dessert Spoons, Teaspoons, Dinner and Dessert Forks, Pickle Fork, etc

£150 - £200

A Victorian silver three piece Tea Service of semi-fluted boat shape, Chester 1896

£180 - £220

A George V silver Sauce Boat with gadroon rim, mask and leafage scroll handle on lion mask and paw feet, Brimingham 1911

£100 - £150

Two George III silver Sauce Ladles old english pattern, London 1804 and Newcastle, circa 1800, and a large Victorian silver Ladle with scallop bowl, spiral stem and pierced finial, London 1895, maker: G.M.J.

£100 - £150

A George II silver Marrow Scoop engraved initial W, maker probably Jeremiah Lee

£80 - £120

A George II silver Marrow Scoop with scallop patterm back, London 1751, maker: E.Coker

£80 - £120

A George III silver Marrow Scoop with engraved crest, bright-cut engraving, circa 1800, maker: George Smith

£80 - £120

A George I silver Table Spoon, hanovarian pattern with rat tail bowl, engraved initials, London 1714, maker: Thomas Spackman, and two other hanovarian Table Spoons, London 1758 and 1767

£80 - £120

Four George III silver Dessert Spoons, hanovarian pattern engraved bird's head crests, London 1756, maker: James Tookey

£70 - £100

Four Georgian silver Table Spoons old english pattern, one Dublin 1767, maker: John Shields

£70 - £100

An Edward VII silver Wax Seal Holder, the slider mounted with turquoise coloured cabochon and with bird motif seal to the one end, Birmingham 1909, 7in L

£150 - £200

A William IV silver circular Souffle Dish engraved crest with coronet surmount, Sheffield 1830, maker: T.J. & N. Creswick, with Sheffield plated two handled outer Dish engraved similar crest

£300 - £400

Three Georgian silver Condiment Spoons, two fiddle and one old english pattern, all Birmingham hallmarks

£30 - £60


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