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This sale was held on 01/08/2020 at 11:00am

An Elizabeth II Silver Baluster Shaped Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Service, by William Comyns & Sons, London 1963, with gadroon mounts, leaf capped scroll handles, on circular footrims, comprising - tea pot, 6.75ins high, coffee pot, 11.25ins high, each with wooden handles, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 78ozs

£750 - £900

A Late Victorian/Edward VII Silver Oval Coffee Pot, by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, date letter rubbed, with part reeded lid and body, ebonised finial and angular wooden handle, on moulded footrim, 9.5ins high, gross weight 20ozs

£200 - £300

A Late Victorian Silver Oval Hot Water Pot, by Samuel Walton Smith, Birmingham 1894, with gadroon mounts, part reeded lid and body, ebonised finial and scroll handle, 8.75ins high, gross weight 22ozs

£200 - £300

A Victorian Silver Circular Salver and a George V Silver Circular Waiter, the salver by Daniel & Charles Houle, London 1870, with bead mounts, engraved with strap work, scroll and floral ornament, on three paw feet, 8.25ins diameter, weight 13ozs, the waiter by William Suckling Ltd, Birmingham 1931, with shaped and moulded rim, on three scroll feet, 6.25ins diameter, weight 6ozs

£200 - £300

A George V Silver Circular Two-Handled Bowl, by Philip Hanson Abbot, London 1911, cast with bands of Celtic ornament and bosses and with conforming footrim, 9ins diameter, 13ins wide handle to handle x 7.125ins high, weight 43ozs, with crest and presentation inscription dated 4th October 1922, and stained wood plinth base for same

£400 - £500

An Edward VII Silver Circular Bowl, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1904, with reeded rim, part spiral reeded and oval beaded body embossed with trailing floral and scroll ornament, on circular footrim, 8.25ins diameter x 5.5ins high, weight 17.4ozs - with presentation inscription dated 23/8/05

£150 - £200

A Pair of Victorian Silver Circular Coasters, by Samuel Roberts & Co, Sheffield 1844, with reeded, bead and leaf cast rims, pierced sides and with turned wood bases, 6ins diameter x 2.25ins high

£150 - £200

A George V Silver Three Light Candelabra, by Joseph Sweig, London 1920, the whole embossed with leaf scroll ornament and with twin leaf cast scroll branches, bulbous knops to stem, on circular footrim with four panel feet, 20ins high, weight 58ozs

£800 - £1,200

A Pair of Elizabeth II Silver Two Branch Candelabra of "18th Century" Design, by William Comyns & Sons, London 1961, the knopped stems with double C-scroll branches, on circular moulded footrims, 9ins high, bases loaded - branches 20ozs

£250 - £350

Two George V Plain Silver Rectangular Frames and an Elizabeth II Similar, one by Mappin & Webb, London 1919, with leather covered back, 11.375ins x 8.125ins, aperture 9.75ins x 6.5ins, one by Sanders & Mackenzie, Birmingham 1924, with stained wood back, 12ins x 8.5ins, aperture 10.75ins x 7.25ins, and one by Roberts & Dore Ltd, London 1977, with cloth covered back, 12ins x 10ins, aperture 9.75ins ...

£250 - £350

An Edward VII Silver Mounted and Cut Glass Claret Jug, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1904, the mounts with shaped and moulded rim and lobed base, leaf cast scroll handle, with slice and panel cut body, 8ins high, and stopper for same, engraved with initial "J" to collar

£150 - £200

A Pair of Elizabeth II Silver and Silver Gilt "Royal Wedding" Goblets, by Garrard & Co. Ltd, London 1981, commemorating the wedding of the Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer, the exteriors cast with ribbon and floral ornament, with Prince of Wales feathers to stem, on circular footrims, 6.25ins high, 18.6ozs, in green leather covered fitted case

£200 - £300

A Victorian Silver Tankard and a George V Silver Tankard, the Victorian tankard by Horace Woodward & Co, Birmingham 1877, with reeded rim, C-scroll handle, on moulded footrim and with glass base, 4.75ins high, gross weight 9.9ozs, the George V tankard by Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield 1925, of plain form with C-scroll handle, on circular moulded footrim, 4.75ins high, weight 8ozs - inscribed

£200 - £300

An Elizabeth II Britannia Silver and Silver Gilt Tumbler and a Pair of Elizabeth II Silver Circular Coasters, the tumbler by Marlow Brothers, London 1995, 2.75ins high, weight 6.6ozs - inscribed "Rosemary 1995", the coasters by M. C. Hersey & Son Ltd, London 1995, of plain form with turned wood bases, 3.75ins diameter x 1.5ins high

£120 - £160

A Victorian Silver Christening Mug and a George V Silver Christening Mug, the Victorian mug by Edward John & William Barnard, London 1849, with moulded rim, engraved with C-scroll, leaf and floral ornament, with cast and reeded scroll handle, on moulded footrim, 3.5ins high, weight 4.3ozs - inscribed, the George V mug by Adie Bros. Ltd, Birmingham 1926, of plain form, moulded with band of cornucopia ...

£100 - £150

A Victorian Silver Mounted Horn Beaker and One Smaller, the beaker by William Neal, London 1880, with reeded mounts and applied with shield engraved with monogram, 6ins high, the smaller beaker with plain mount, with import mark for Merriman Silver Ltd, Sheffield 2004, 3ins high

£100 - £150

A George II Silver Half Pint Tankard and a Victorian Silver Christening Mug, the tankard by Edward Pocock, London 1736, with moulded rim and footrim, with scroll handle, 3.75ins high, weight 4.5ozs, the christening mug by Charles Frederick Hancock, London 1875, with moulded rim and scroll handle, 3ins high, weight 4.5ozs

£200 - £300

A Late Victorian Silver Cylindrical Sugar Caster, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1894, the domed lid with turned finial, engraved and pierced with flowerhead patterns, the body cast with oval cartouche of floral and leaf ornament within reeded fan motifs, and with conforming cast footrim, 8.75ins high, weight 7.7ozs

£100 - £150

A Victorian Silver Baluster Shaped Hot Water Pot and a Victorian Silver Milk Jug, the hot water by John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater, London 1891, of small proportion, with part reeded and fluted domed lid and body, turned wood finial and C-scroll handle, 6.75ins high, gross weight 6ozs, the milk jug by John James Keith, London 1845, with reeded band to body, moulded S-scroll handle and on panel feet, ...

£120 - £160

A William IV Silver Rectangular Inkstand, by Robinson Edkins & Aston, Birmingham 1835, of shaped and moulded outline with shell and leaf scroll mounts to rim, on cast scroll panel feet, 13.5ins x 9.5ins, with presentation inscription, complete with central removable shell and floral pattern chamber/taper stick and conical snuffer and a bulbous cut glass inkwell (one missing) with moulded silver top, ...

£250 - £350

A Pair of George III Silver Sugar Nips, and mixed silverware, the sugar nips possibly by Hentry Plumpton, incomplete marks, with shell pattern bowls, 5.25ins overall, an Edward VII silver and ivory handled stilton scoop, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1901, and a selection of silver flatware combined weighable silver 37ozs

£350 - £500

An Elizabeth II Cast Silver Model of a Horse and Jockey, import mark - makers mark indistinct, London 2001, 4.5ins overall x 4.25ins high, weight 9.7ozs

£200 - £300

An Elizabeth II Cast Silver Model of an Otter, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1970, 5.75ins overall x 2.25ins high, weight 4ozs

£120 - £160

An Edward VII Silver Lizard Pattern Pin Cushion, by Crisford & Norris Ltd, Birmingham 1906, with textured body and cabochon cut ruby eyes, 4.25ins overall

£300 - £400

An Edward VII Silver Frog Pattern Pin Cushion, by Tozer, Kernsley & Fisher, Birmingham 1907, with cut green stone eyes, 2.25ins overall

£250 - £350

An Elizabeth II Cast Silver Hedgehog Pattern Pin Cushion, by Ammonite Ltd, Birmingham 1982, 1.25ins high, a plated chick pattern pin cushion, 2ins high, and a plated pig pattern vesta case, 1ins high

£150 - £200

A Set of Six George V Silver Horseshoe Pattern Place Card Holders, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1912, the cast horseshoe holders on circular bases, the faces of four enamelled in turquoise, 1.25ins high, loaded

£80 - £120

Three George III Silver Decanter Labels and a Victorian Similar, the George III labels by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham date letter indistinct, cast as initials "B" and "G", with faces and leaf ornament, each 1ins high, the Victorian label by Aston & Son, Birmingham 1857, similarly cast as initial "W", 1ins overall, and a George III silver decanter label, by John Hutson, incomplete marks, in the form ...

£80 - £120

An Early 20th Century Silvery Metal and Turquoise Guilloche Enamel Miniature Timepiece, the 1.25ins diameter enamel dial with Arabic numerals and painted with ribbon and floral garlands, contained in engine turned arched topped case decorated with gilt borders, on bracket feet, 3ins high

£150 - £200

Three George III Silver Muffineers, one with slightly domed cover, by F. R., London 1750, with moulded rim and girdle and circular footrim, 4.25ins high, the other two by John Delmester, London 1762, and Robert Peaston, London 1776, each with pierced domed covers, moulded mounts and on circular footrims, 4.75ins and 5.25ins high, combined weight 7.6ozs

£120 - £180

The Official Emblem of the World's Greatest Automobiles - A Collection of Fifty Silver and Enamel Ingots, by Franklin Mint, London 1980, gross weight 35ozs, in oak and glazed display case of issue

£300 - £400

A George III Plain Silver Meat Skewer, by William Grundy, London 1766, with oval ring handle, engraved with crest of hand holding a blazing goblet, 13.25ins, weight 3ozs
Provenance: The Canterbury Auction Galleries - Auction 16th April 2013 - Lot 62


£150 - £200

A George III Silver Meat Skewer, by Thomas Ellis, London 1788, with plain blade and cast shell and ring terminal, 13ins, weight 3.5ozs
Provenance: The Canterbury Auction Galleries - Auction 6th August 2013 - Lot 80


£200 - £300

A George III Plain Silver Meat Skewer, London 1789, with circular ring handle, engraved with armorial for the 2nd Battalion, Surrey Regiment - maker's mark somewhat indistinct, 14ins, weight 4ozs,
Provenance: The Canterbury Auction Galleries - Auction 16th April 2013 - Lot 44


£200 - £300

A George III Plain Silver Meat Skewer, by Thomas Wallis & Jonathan Hayne, London 1812, with ring terminal, 12.25ins, weight 2.75ozs, and one other George III plain silver meat skewer, by Peter & William Bateman, London 1806, with small ring terminal, 10.25ins, weight 2.35ozs
Provenance: The latter Fellows & Sons, Birmingham - Auction 18th March 2013 - Lot 415


£200 - £300

A George V Silver Crumb Scoop, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1913, with plain curved blade and embossed handle, gross weight 6ozs

£80 - £120

Two George III Silver Caddy Spoons, Two Other Silver Caddy Spoons, a Pair of Sugar Nips, and Selection of Sugar Tongs, the two caddy spoons by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1800 and 1801, with shaped bowls engraved with shield shaped cartouche, one other by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1821, with oval bowl, one other by George Unite, Birmingham 1841, a pair of late Victorian silver sugar nips, Birmingham ...

£100 - £150

A Pair of Victorian Silver Fish Servers and a George IV Silver Fish Slice, the servers probably by Aaron Hadfield, Sheffield 1847, with pierced and engraved blades, shaped and moulded handles, initialled, the fiddle and shell pattern fish slice by William Chawner, London 1820, 12ins overall, weight 5.5ozs, crested

£200 - £300

A George III "Scottish" Silver Gravy Spoon, and Mixed Silver Spoons, the gravy spoon makers mark indistinct, Edinburgh 1790, with pointed terminal, and seven Georgian silver tea spoons, various, combined weight 6ozs

£80 - £120

Six Victorian Silver Fiddle Pattern Tea Spoons and Three Coffee Spoons, all by Chawner & Co, the tea spoons London 1860 and 1861, the coffee spoons London 1853, and a George V silver cigarette case engraved with leaf scroll ornament, 3.5ins x 2.75ins, Birmingham 1916, combined weight 10ozs

£100 - £150

A Set of Four George III "Irish" Silver Table Spoons, and mixed silverware, the four table spoons by Michael Keating, Dublin 1793, two similar table spoons, all crested, six Victorian Irish silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons, various makers and dates, and small selection of other flatware, a Victorian silver cream jug with part reeded body, 3.75ins high, London 1884, and an Iraqi silver circular ...

£450 - £600

A Victorian Harlequin Silver Fiddle and Thread Pattern Table Service, mostly by Metcalf Hopgood, London 1856, comprising - twelve table spoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert spoons, twenty-three tea spoons, pair of mustard spoons, two preserve spoons, two butter knives, four sauce ladles, pair of gravy spoons, and a soup ladle, and thirteen Georgian silver fiddle and thread pattern dessert forks, ...

£2,000 - £3,000

A George VI Silver Rattail Pattern Table Service, by Josiah Williams & Co, London 1940, for twelve place settings, comprising - twelve table spoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve soup spoons, weight 128ozs, and twelve Elizabeth II silver handled and stainless bladed table knives and twelve matching butter knives, by Cooper Brothers & Sons, Sheffield 1961

£1,400 - £1,600

A George V Silver Sugar Caster, Two Others, and Five Condiments, the sugar caster by J. Parkes & Co, London 1917, with pierced dome cover, moulded finial, rim, girdle and footrim, 7ins high, one other by Viner's Ltd, Sheffield 1946, 7ins high, the octagonal caster by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1979, 7.25ins high, a pair of George III silver circular salts, by I. S., London 1736, 1.75ins high, and three ...

£200 - £300

A Victorian Silver Cylindrical Mustard Pot, a George VI Silver Sugar Caster, and mixed silverware, the mustard pot by J. W., London 1868, with bead mounts, plain thumb piece and scroll handle, 3ins high, the sugar caster by William Hutton & Sons, London 1939, 8.5ins high, and a selection of condiments, various, combined weighable silver 27ozs

£250 - £350

A Pair of Late Victorian Silver Butter Shells, a George VI Silver Circular Dish, and mixed silverware, the butter shells by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield 1899, on three ball feet (one missing), 4.5ins x 3.5ins, the circular pedestal dish by Viner's Ltd, Sheffield 1937, of lobed outline and with pierced borders, 6ins diameter x 2.5ins high, a silver four-division toast rack, a selection of silver ...

£400 - £600

A Late Victorian Silver Five-Division Cruet, and mixed silverware, the cruet of lobed outline by R. H. Halford & Sons, London 1889, with bead mounts and pierced sides, on five claw and ball feet, 6.25ins high, and matching silver mounted and cut glass fitments for same, a late Victorian silver sugar caster by George Unite & Sons, London 1896, 6.5ins high, and six George V silver tea spoons by Elkington ...

£150 - £200

A George VI Silver Circular Compact, and mixed silver topped and silver backed dressing table items, the compact by David Sutton & Sons, London 1948, engraved with sunburst pattern, 3.75ins diameter, an Edward VII silver rectangular ring box of shaped outline with moulded rim to cover, 3.5ins x 3ins x 1.25ins high, and a selection of silver backed and silver topped dressing table items, various

£100 - £150


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