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This sale was held on 06/06/2020 at 11:00am

An Edward VII Silver Table Centre Piece, by Horace Woodward & Co. Ltd, London 1910, with central trumpet shaped vase with scroll and floral cast rim, on panelled base and flanked by circular tazza with scroll and floral cast rims and pierced sides, on merchild pattern supports, the shaped base cast with leaf ornament and with shell and leaf cast feet, 24ins overall x 13ins high, weight 90ozs, inscribed ...

£1,000 - £1,500

A George V Silver Rectangular Four Piece Tea Service, by John Round & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1919, with bulbous panelled bodies and angular loop handles, comprising - tea pot, 6ins high, hot water pot, 9ins high, each with ebonised finials and handles, two-handled sugar basin, and milk jug, gross weight 59ozs - engraved with initial "R"

£600 - £800

A George V Silver Oval Four Piece Tea Service, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1945 & 1946, with slightly domed covers, the rims with narrow bands embossed with leaf scroll ornament, and with angular loop handles, comprising - tea pot, 7ins high, hot water pot, 8.5ins high, each with ebonised finials and handles, two-handled sugar basin, and milk jug, gross weight 56ozs - engraved with initial "M" ...

£500 - £700

A George V Silver Three Piece Tea Service, by Kooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1925 and 1926, with oval partly reeded bodies, comprising - tea pot, 5.75ins high, two-handled sugar basin, milk jug and pair of tongs, gross weight 28ozs

£270 - £350

A George III Silver Baluster Shaped Coffee Pot, by Charles Wright, London 1776, the domed lid with urn finial and bead mounts to rim, cast spout with moulded and bead pattern ornament, fruitwood double-scroll handle, on moulded footrim with bead ornament, 11.25ins high, gross weight 27.5ozs, contemporary initials "SJ" below lion passant crest

£700 - £900

An Edward VII Silver Circular Tea Pot and a Late Victorian Cylindrical Hot Water Pot, the tea pot by William Neal, Chester 1905, of bulbous squat form with moulded girdle to body, ebonised finial and C-scroll handle, 5.5ins high, gross weight 19ozs, the hot water pot by Henry Stratford, Sheffield 1891, with part reeded body, reeded ebonised finial and angular loop handle, 7.75ins high, gross weight ...

£350 - £500

A William IV Plain Silver Baluster Shaped Hot Water Jug, by Joseph & John Angell I, London 1835, the slightly domed cover with turned finial, scroll handle, on moulded footrim, 9.25ins high, gross weight 24ozs

£250 - £350

An Edward VII Silver Hot Water Jug, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1902, with cylindrical partly reeded body, ebonised handle and finial, 8ins high, gross weight 14ozs, a George V silver christening mug, Birmingham 1931, with slightly baluster shaped body, 3ins high, and a silver square cigarette case, Birmingham 1922, with engine turned ornament, 3.25ins x 3.5ins, weight 8ozs for ...

£170 - £250

A Late Victorian Silver Circular Tea Pot, by John Round & Son Ltd, Sheffield 1898, with shaped rim and moulded girdle to body, embossed with swan, fish and other animals, C-scroll leaf and floral ornament, turned ivory finial, leaf capped C-scroll handle, on four lion's mask and paw feet, 5.75ins high, gross weight 24ozs

£250 - £350

A Late Victorian Silver Oval Tea Pot, maker's mark indistinct, London 1900, with partly lobed body and gadroon mounts to rim, ebonised handle and finial, 5ins high, gross weight 20ozs

£200 - £300

A Victorian Silver Oval Tea Pot of Neo Classical Design, by Thomas Parker, London 1875, with bead mounts, engraved with band of oval paterae, with turned ivory finial and C-scroll handle, 5.25ins high, gross weight 21ozs - crested

£200 - £300

An Edward VII Silver Oval Two-Handled Tray, by Horace Woodward & Co. Ltd, London 1906, the shaped and moulded rim with shell and scroll cast mounts, conforming handles, 27ins x 17.5ins, weight 111ozs, inscribed "Presented to Sir Charles Valentine and Lady Knightley by the Fawsley Tenantry on the Occasion of their Silver Wedding 1883-1908", and with the names of tenants to border
Provenance: Sir ...


£1,200 - £1,600

An Edward VII Silver Circular Salver, by James Aitchison, London 1906, the moulded piecrust rim with shell and scroll mounts, on three panel feet, 10.75ins, weight 15ozs

£150 - £200

A George V Silver Circular Salver, by Percy Edwards Ltd, London 1912, the moulded piecrust rim with scroll mounts, on three scroll feet, 12ins diameter, weight 31ozs

£300 - £400

An Elizabeth II Silver Circular Salver, by Frank Hawker Ltd, Birmingham 1972, with shaped and moulded rim, on three scroll feet, 10.25ins diameter, weight 15ozs - with presentation inscription

£150 - £200

An Elizabeth II Silver Circular Salver and a George V Circular Waiter, the salver by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1978, with shaped and moulded rim, on three scroll feet, 8.125ins diameter, the waiter by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1937, and of similar design, 6.25ins diameter, combined weight 16ozs

£160 - £200

An Elizabeth II Silver Circular Salver and a Late Victorian Silver Four Division Cruet, the salver by Barker Ellis Silver Co, Birmingham 1964, with moulded piecrust rim, on four paw pattern feet, 10ins diameter, weight 16ozs, with presentation inscription to centre, the cruet by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1899, on square base with bun feet, 5.75ins high, weight 6ozs, and cut glass fitments for ...

£200 - £300

A George V Plain Silver Oval Two-Handled Tray, by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1926, with moulded pie crust rim, 21.5ins x 14ins, weight 48ozs

£500 - £700

A Good George III Silver Oval Two-Handled Tray, by John Crouch I & Thomas Hannam, London 1795, the centre engraved with oval panel, full armorial surmounted by coronet within ornate cartouche, the borders engraved with bold leaf paterae and scrolled leafage, the fluted rim with reeded mounts and reeded and leaf capped handles, on four panel feet, 26.5ins x 17ins, weight 109ozs

£2,500 - £4,000

A Good George IV Silver Oval Two-Handled Tureen and Cover, by John Craddock & William Ker Reid, London 1823, the slightly domed cover with cast lion and lioness loop handle with leaf ornament and partly spiral reeded, the tureen with bold gadroon leaf fruiting vine and lion pattern mounts to the shaped rim, bold loop handles with leaf pattern fixings, on four bold leaf scroll and paw pattern feet, ...

£3,500 - £5,000

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

£1,000 - £1,500

A George V Silver Electric Table Lamp, by Alexander Clark & Co. Ltd, Sheffield 1927, with moulded baluster shaped column and plain circular base, 21.5ins high, loaded, and with later leaded glass light shade in the Tiffany manner

£150 - £200

A George II Silver Tankard, possibly by Richard Bayley, London 1753, the plain tapered body with moulded rim and footrim, scroll handle with pointed terminal, 5ins high, weight 10ozs

£200 - £300

A George II Silver Baluster Shaped Tankard, by John Langland I, Newcastle 1757, with moulded rim and footrim, with S-scroll handle, 5.25ins high, weight 9ozs, crested and engraved with monogram

£200 - £300

A George I Silver Two-Handled Cup, by Richard Green, London 1726, the bell shaped body embossed with oval cartouche with leaf scroll border and with partly reeded and fluted lower body, plain scroll handles, on moulded footrim, 6.5ins diameter (to top) x 7ins high, weight 23ozs, the oval cartouche with moulded and rope pattern banding with punched leaf design and with reeded and fluted lower half, ...

£800 - £1,200

A Pair of George III Silver Circular Coasters, possibly by Robert Hennell I, London 1791, with reeded rim, the sides with pierced bands of floral ornament and with oval cartouche, and with turned mahogany bases, 5ins diameter x 1.5ins high

£150 - £200

A Late Victorian Silver Sauce Boat and an Edward VII Sauce Boat, the Victorian by Wakeley & Wheeler, London 1895, with gadroon mounts, leaf capped scroll handle, on shell and scroll pattern feet, 4.5ins high, weight 11ozs, monogrammed, the Edward VII by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1903, with bead mounts, leaf capped flying scroll handle, on scroll feet, 4.5ins high, weight 8.5ozs

£150 - £200

An Edward VII Silver Sauce Boat and a George V Silver Sauce Boat, the Edward VII by William Hutton & Son, London 1901, with gadroon mounts and leaf capped scroll handle, on three hoof pattern feet, 4ins high, the George V by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1910, with bead mount and leaf capped C-scroll flying handle, on hoof feet, 3.5ins high, combined weight 13ozs

£120 - £160

A George V Silver Square Box with Hinged Cover, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1931, the raised cover with pineapple pattern finial, moulded rim, the pierced border to base with bead mounts, on four scroll feet, 5.75ins square x 6.25ins high, weight 23ozs, with presentation inscription dated 26th April 1934

£250 - £350

A Tortoiseshell and Silvery Metal Mounted Oval Box, the mounts pierced and cast with scroll ornament, on four claw and ball feet, 5ins x 4ins x 2.5ins high, and leather covered case for same, retailed by H. Robinson & Wells, High Street Shrewsbury

£150 - £200

An American "Sterling" Silver Circular Bowl, with moulded rim and plain footrim, 7.25ins diameter x 3.25ins high, weight 9.5ozs, engraved with Jonah and the Whale Crest

£100 - £150

A George V Silver Rectangular Six-Division Toast Rack, and One Other, the rectangular rack by Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1914, the shaped divisions with scroll loop handle, with gadroon mounts on panel feet, 6.5ins x 4.5ins x 6ins high, the other six-division rack by S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1933, of triangular form, 4.875ins x 3ins x 4.75ins high, combined weight 13ozs

£150 - £200

A George V Silver Circular Bowl and a Silver Two-Handled Prize Cup, both "Paul E. Derrick Challenge Cup (Replica) Regent Advertising Club", the bowl by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1929, with fluted sides, 9.25ins diameter x 2.5ins high, the cup by maker's mark indistinct, London 1929, 6ins high, combined weight 24ozs

£250 - £350

A George V Silver Cased Travelling Timepiece, by Cohen & Charles, London 1919, the 1.625ins diameter white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, to the eight day timepiece watch movement, contained in engine turned case, the front applied with gilt metal crest from Manchester and initials "G.B.", 3.125ins x 3.5ins

£100 - £150

A George V Silver Gilt and Tortoise Shell Backed Five Piece Dressing Table Set, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1929, the backs inlaid with oval cartouche, floral and leaf ornament, comprising - hand mirror, two hair brushes and two clothes brushes, contained in cloth covered fitted case retailed by M. Gerard, 411 Union Street, Aberdeen

£80 - £120

A Victorian Silver Topped Cameo Glass Scent Bottle in the Manner of Thomas Webb & Son, maker's mark rubbed, Birmingham 1884, the yellow tinted tear shaped body overlaid in white opaque glass and cut back with butterfly and trailing leaf ornament with plain hinged cover, 3.75ins high, and leather covered fitted case for same

£200 - £300

An Elizabeth II Silver and Silver Gilt "Easter Egg Clock", by The St. James House Company, London 1983, the 17mm diameter dial with Arabic numerals, to the quartz movement, contained in engine turned case surmounted with a pearl and cast with leaf scroll and swag ornament, 3.25ins high, No. 24 of limited edition of 500, gross weight 2.5ozs

£80 - £120

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 four George III Silver Oval Salts, by I. C., London 1801, with reeded mounts and pierced C-scroll sides, each on four claw and ball feet, each 3.25ins x 2.25ins x 2ins high, weight 7.4ozs, and blue glass liners for same

£100 - £150

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 - £160

A George V Silver Horn Pattern Sugar Caster in the Celtic Manner, Birmingham 1930, with import marks for Dublin, the whole of octagonal form with pierced domed cover and mythical beasts head terminal, on scroll front supports, 5ins high, weight 6.2ozs

£150 - £200

An Elizabeth II Silver Harlequin Six Piece Condiment Set, by various makers, London 1950-1955, the circular bulbous bodies with shaped and gadroon mounts, on three hoof pattern feet, comprising - two salts, 1.5ins high, two mustard pots, 2ins high, and two pepper pots, 3.5ins high, weight 14ozs, and blue glass liners

£150 - £200

A Late George III Silver Oval Pap Boat, by ? S, London 1812, with moulded rim, 5.375ins overall, weight 2.2ozs

£80 - £120

A Victorian Silvery Metal Chatelaine and Belt, the chatalaine pierced and cast with mask and leaf scroll ornament, the seven chains hung with various items, 17.25ins overall, the whole hung from belt formed of linked circular panels cast with putti, 30ins overall

£250 - £350

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

£150 - £200

A George III Silver Circular Sugar Bowl, probably London 1789, the body boldly embossed and chased with leaf scroll and floral ornament, with twin C-scroll cartouches, 5.5ins diameter x 3.5ins high, a George III Silver Urn Pattern Cream Jug, London 1780, the body embossed and chased with floral ornament and twin C-scroll cartouche, with bead mounts to rim and footrim, 5ins high, and a Victorian Silver ...

£160 - £200

Two Elizabeth II Silver Ingot Pendants, and mixed silverware, the square ingot pendant by Jack Spencer Ltd, Sheffield 1975, the rectangular ingot pendant London 1977, and a small selection of mixed silverware, combined weighable silver 3.5ozs

£80 - £120

One Thousand Years of British Monarchy - A Collection of Fifty Elizabeth II Silver Ingots, by John Pinches Ltd, London 1973, sterling silver mint edition, weight 105ozs, contained in case of issue

£800 - £1,200


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