Lot 1000 An electroplated centrepiece modelled as a stag standing under an oak tree with acorns and leaves, on naturalistic base, supporting a fluted circular clear glass bowl, diameter 25.5cm, height 46cm.
Lot 1001 A late 19th century electroplated centrepiece, the central engraved glass bowl flanked by two smaller bowls raised on twin scrolling branches with spreading square scroll decorated base, height 30cm.
Lot 1002 A pair of late 19th/early 20th century electroplated two branch candelabra with three ornamental urn shaped sconces and foliate scroll branches above a square tapering fluted columns and spreading bead decorated square bases, span 37cm, convertible to a pair of candlesticks.
Lot 1004 A large silver plated twin handled trophy cup with Celtic decoration, spreading circular foot and plastic stand bearing plaques inscribed with winners and years of victory, the trophy inscribed 'Lancashire & Cheshire Car Club, The Hill Trophy, presented by J.P. Hill Esq 1955', height excluding stand 18cm.
Lot 1005 Five trophies relating to The Lancashire & Cheshire Car Club, comprising 'The Dorothy Gale' rose bowl presented on an oak plinth with winners and year of victory plaques set to the rim, a twin handled Club V Committee trophy presented by Higher Rd. Garage Ltd, with details of winners and further winners to a plastic plinth, a salver 'To Commemorate The Golden Jubilee of The Lancashire & Cheshire Car ...
Lot 1006 An Edwardian oak and silver plated twin handled tea tray of shaped rectangular form inscribed to a plaque 'Mrs & Mrs A.W. Davies, a Token of Affection, Loyalty & Gratitude from the Hanwood Boy Scouts, 1914', length 56.5cm.
Lot 1012 A small group of electroplated items to include a pair of fish servers, a condiment bottle stand and a bowl, a cased set of six apostle spoons and a hallmarked silver mustard pot, Alexander Clarke & Co, Birmingham 1913, also a group of brassware to include two figural bells and a miniature cauldron.
Lot 1013 A small group of electroplated items to include a circular muffin dish, a pair of vine and grapes decorated bottle coaster and a twin handled trophy, also a hallmarked silver backed hand brush, Chester 1911, and another.
Lot 1014 A small collection of electroplated items including a foliate decorated pedestal dish, a twelve setting mother of pearl handled dessert set by Finnigans (one knife missing), and a footed tray.
Lot 1016 A quantity of electroplated items to include a squat circular tea pot, two trophy cups, a circular galleried tray, various boxed flatware, a Canadian electroplated hors d'oeuvres, and an oak cased canteen of King's and Old English patterns flatware and cutlery.
Lot 1020 A quantity of electroplated items to include a twin handled tray with Celtic band decorated rim, a spirit kettle, a cocktail shaker, a sugar bowl with matching cream jug and an Art Deco style coffee pot.
Lot 1023 An oak table two drawer canteen of twelve setting cutlery comprising dinner knives, salad knives, dinner forks, salad forks, soup spoons, tea spoons, butter knives (one missing), fish eaters and four serving spoons, width 77.5cm.
Lot 1029 REBECCA EMES & EDWARD BARNARD I; a George IV hallmarked silver centrepiece with upper part modelled as squat campana vases with gadrooned lower body and cast grapes and vines motifs above spreading faceted base embossed with band of roses, on four cast foliate scroll, floral and scallop decorated supports, London 1824, height 21cm supporting a large cut crystal glass bowl, diameter 29.5cm, silver ...
Lot 1030 THOMAS ROBINS; a pair George III hallmarked silver gilt twin handled oval tureens and covers elaborately cast decorated with foliate scrolls and scallop motifs to the rims, handles and four paw legs, both engraved with coats of arms to each side and crested with a ram to the covers, London 1814, length including handles 26cm, approx 91ozt (2).
Lot 1031 JOSEPH HORACE SAVORY; a Victorian hallmarked silver oval entree dish with gadrooned decoration, engraved with coat of arms to the cover, London 1887, length 29cm, with associated electroplated handle, approx 47.5ozt.
Lot 1032 PAUL STORR; a George III hallmarked silver circular salver with cast gadrooned rim with foliate scroll and scallop motifs, the body engraved with two vacant circular cartouches, on three cast papyrus capital legs, London 1814, diameter 19cm, approx 13.9ozt.
Lot 1033 LEWIS HERNE & FRANCIS BUTTY; a George II hallmarked silver shaped circular waiter with floral garland and lattice pierced flared rim, engraved with a lion rampant to the centre, raised on three pierced lobed outswept legs, London 1759, initialled 'T' to underneath and engraved '13:8', diameter 19.5cm, approx 18ozt.
Lot 1034 DAVID WILLAUME II; a George II hallmarked silver shaped square waiter with serpentine corners and four supports, engraved with coat of arms to the centre, London 1730, purportedly from Ruthin Castle, 15.5 x 16cm, approx 10.7cm.
Lot 1035 GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS CO LTD; a Victorian hallmarked silver shaped circular salver engraved with coat of arms to the centre, engraved 'W.M.O.A' to cast gadrooned decorated rim, London 1900, diameter 25cm, approx 18.3ozt.
Lot 1036 WILLIAM GIBSON; a Victorian hallmarked silver shaped circular salver with cast rope twist and foliate scroll decorated rim, centred with a vacant circular cartouche within floral and foliate pin pricked decoration, on three outswept supports, London 1898, diameter 20.5cm, approx 12.1ozt.
Lot 1038 JH WERNER; a pair of early 20th century German silver shaped circular salvers with cast foliate scroll decorated rim, the centre engraved with initials 'WR' with Royal Prussian crown above, made for Emperor Wilhelm II, both engraved 1908 to the base, one inscribed '728 Gr.', the other '720 Gr.', diameter 29cm, approx 36.6ozt (2). Please refer to Christie's 20th November 2003 auction, lots 444-447
Lot 1042 JOHN EMES; a George III hallmarked silver four piece tea and coffee set comprising a tea pot of oval form with pin pricked floral and foliate band, decorated with wreath to each side, with wooden handles, length 27.5cm, a footed coffee pot, height 26.5cm, a twin handled sugar bowl and a cream jug, London 1799, 1804 and 1805, combined approx 48.6ozt (4).
Lot 1043 THOMAS HAYES; an Edward VII hallmarked silver three piece tea set comprising an oval teapot with part gadrooned decoration on four ball feet, length 29.5cm, a twin handled sugar bowl and a cream jug, Birmingham 1906, approx 34.5ozt (3).
Lot 1044 CHARLES EDWARD; an Edward VII hallmarked silver three piece bachelor's tea set comprising a squat globular teapot, length 21cm, a twin handled sugar bowl and a cream jug, London 1905, combined approx 13.6ozt (3).
Lot 1047 WEST & SON; an Edward VII hallmarked silver three piece tea set comprising a teapot of circular form with embossed floral and foliate scroll motifs to the body and cover, on three lion mask knee supports with paw feet, length 24cm including spout and handle, a circular sugar bowl and a cream jug, Dublin 1902, combined 42.74ozt (3).
Lot 1048 ATKIN BROS; a George V hallmarked silver three piece tea set comprising a squat circular tea pot with cast rim, raised on three outswept supports, length 26cm including spout and handle, a cream jug and a circular sugar bowl, Sheffield 1912, approx 24.7ozt (3).
Lot 1049 WALKER & HALL; a George V hallmarked silver four piece tea set comprising squat teapot with C-scroll handle, part modelled as two entwined serpents, with shaped gadrooned rim and stepped circular spreading base, height 16cm, coffee pot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, Sheffield 1930-1931, approx 83.8ozt (4).