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Showing 1-48 of 439 lots

This sale was held on Thursday 15th April 2021 at 12:00pm

A George III silver mustard pot, by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, London 1810, total height 8.5cm, 150g.

£60 - £80

A Victorian silver christening mug, by Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1847, 8.8cm, 126g.

£50 - £100

A silver pint mug, by L & W, Sheffield 1945, 12cm high, 275g.

£80 - £120

A silver sugar caster, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd , Sheffield 1968, 17cm, 160g.

£50 - £70

A George III silver caster, by Hester Bateman, London 1783, 14cm, 81g.

£70 - £100

A pair of Victorian silver dwarf candlesticks, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1898, 12cm, weighted.

£40 - £60

A George III silver pounce pot, London 1794, 9.5cm, 58.9g, (cover unmarked).

£40 - £60

A Georgian style silver composite three piece tea set, by Thomas Edward Atkins and Ernest Druiff & Co, Birmingham 1920, 800g all in.

£250 - £300

A George III silver chamberstick, by Henry Hubert, London 1778, 9cm diameter, 108g.

£80 - £120

A silver teapot, by Levesley Brothers, Sheffield 1919, 14.5cm high, 670g all in.

£250 - £300

A George III silver coffee pot, by Walter Brind, London 1760, having later rococo decoration, 25cm, 786g all in.

£300 - £400

A silver pierced oval fruit dish, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1938, 29cm, 512g.

£150 - £200

An Edwardian silver teapot and twin handled sugar bowl, by William Adams Ltd, Birmingham 1907, 476g all in.

£130 - £160

A silver three piece tea set, by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1931, 1035g all in.

£350 - £450

A pierced silver fruit bowl, by Sterling Silverware Ltd, Sheffield 1977 Jubilee mark, 22cm diameter, 501g.

£150 - £200

A pair of George III silver boat shaped salts, London 1802, 10.5cm, 165g.

£40 - £50

A Victorian silver three piece tea set, by John, Edward, Walter & John Barnard, London 1872, 1522g all in.

£500 - £700

An early 20th century Karachi-Cutch bonbon basket, stamped 'J Manikrai, Karachi, T95', 10.5cm high.

£40 - £50

A silver twin handled tazza, by Charles Edwards, London 1913, 17.5cm diameter, 431g.

£140 - £180

A George IV silver teapot, by Joseph Angell I, London 1825; together with a similar milk jug by the same maker, 793g all in. (2)

£400 - £600

A George III silver toast rack, by Matthew Boulton, Birmingham 1809, 15.5cm wide, 284g.

£200 - £300

A Victorian silver pedestal bowl, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1898, 13cm diameter, 149g.

£60 - £80

A silver quaich, by Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1923, engraved presentation to Sir Cecil Weir, 12.8cm diameter, 304g.

£80 - £120

An antique glass lidded tankard, decorated ornate wheel cut crest, the lid inset 'Pope Innocent XII' medal, 15.5cm high.

£20 - £30

A 19th century German 13 loth oval lidded box, stamped '13' and 'MR', decorated coaching scene to lid, 18.5cm wide.

£200 - £300

A late Victorian, Queen Anne style, silver teapot, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1900, 649g all in

£250 - £300

A George IV silver baluster tankard, by Robert Gainsford, Sheffield 1821, 13.7cm, 299g.

£150 - £200

An Edwardian silver cream jug, by William Devenport, Birmingham 1902, 7cm, 100g.

£30 - £40

A German .800 twin handled sugar bowl, 4.5cm high.

£30 - £40

A good George IV silver three piece tea set, by J E Terrey & Co, London 1821, each heavily chased with face masks, vines and grapes, the teapot spout formed as Bacchus, 1959g.

£1,000 - £1,500

A silver four piece tea set, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1927, 1477g all in.

£600 - £800

An American sterling silver cake slice, by J.E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia, 26cm, 107g.

£50 - £70

A composite Victorian silver bachelor's three piece tea set, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1895 and William Henry Leather, Birmingham 1900, 355g all in.

£100 - £150

A silver four piece tea set, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1945, 1650g all in.

£600 - £700

A Victorian silver milk jug, London 1894, 13.5cm, 120g.

£40 - £60

A silver tumbler, by Nat Leslie Ltd, London 1981, 6cm, 109g.

£40 - £60

Two matching German .925 sterling silver waiters, by Hermann Emil-Waldstetten, Baden-Württemberg, 22.5cm diameter, 534g.

£150 - £200

A silver sauceboat, by C S R Ltd, London 1971, 17.3cm wide, 196g.

£50 - £70

A late Victorian pierced silver bonbon dish, by Carrington & Co, London 1900, 9.8cm diameter, 121g.

£40 - £60

An Edwardian silver christening mug, by Jay, Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, Chester 1909, 8cm, 159g.

£50 - £70

An Art Deco silver christening mug, by Sanders & Mackenzie, Birmingham 1933, 6.5cm, 75g.

£40 - £60

A George III silver teapot stand, probably by Elizabeth Jones, London 1785, 17.5cm, 140g.

£80 - £120

A Chinese silver novelty rickshaw condiment set, by Wai Kee, Hong Kong, stamped 'sterling silver', 20cm long.

£100 - £150

A George III silver milk jug, London 1800, 10.5cm high, 114g.

£50 - £70

A Victorian silver mounted cut glass claret jug, by W G, Birmingham 1866, 28cm.

£100 - £200

A pair of Georgian white metal salts, decorated cherubs and lion masks, on paw feet, 8cm diameter.

£200 - £300

A silver salver, by Barker Ellis Silver Co, Birmingham 1971, 25.5cm diameter, 648.5g.

£200 - £300

A German .835 waiter, by Wilkens, Bremen, 27cm diameter, 424g.

£100 - £150


Showing 1-48 of 439 lots
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