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A Pair of George V Silver Side Handled Coffee Pots, by S. Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, London 1932, of "18th Century" design, the slightly domed lids with urn finials, tapered bodies, one with ivory and one with ebony scroll handle, on moulded bases, 8.25ins high, gross weight 44ozs
Provenance: Bruford & Heming Ltd., 28 Conduit Street, New Bond Street, London W1R 9TA - purchased 21.2.1979


£600 - £800

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A George V Silver Octagonal Four-Piece Tea Service, by Roberts & Belk Ltd, Sheffield 1918, with baluster shaped panelled bodies, comprising - tea pot, 6.5ins high, hot water pot, 8.75ins high, with ebonised finials and scroll handles, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 52ozs

£600 - £800

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A George VI Silver Rectangular Three-Piece Part Tea Service, by Martin, Hall & Co, Birmingham 1946, with reeded mounts, tapered bodies and on moulded feet, comprising - tea pot, 6.5ins high, hot water pot, 8.25ins high, each with ebonised finials and handles, and two-handled sugar basin, gross weight 52ozs

£600 - £800

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A George IV Harlequin Silver Rectangular Three-Piece Tea Service, by Alice & George Burrows II, London 1807 and 1809, the bulbous bodies engraved with bands of bead work and bell flower ornament and with oval cartouche, on four ball feet, comprising - tea pot, 5.75ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 40ozs

£450 - £600

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A George IV Silver Circular Three-Piece Tea Service, by William Eley & Charles Price, London 1827, of circular squat lobed form with moulded rims, C-scroll handles and on circular footrims, comprising - tea pot with stained wood handle, 5.25ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 37ozs

£400 - £500

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A Victorian Harlequin Silver Circular Three-Piece Tea Service, by Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1867 and 1869, the circular bodies with bead mounts, engraved with vacant cartouche, strap work and leaf ornament, comprising - tea pot with slightly domed cover and turned finial, 4.5ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 23ozs

£250 - £350

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A William IV Silver Circular Lobed Tea Pot, by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1836, with chased and cast floral and leaf pattern finial, the lobed and fluted body with C-scroll moulded handle, on leaf and scroll cast panel feet, 7.5ins high, gross weight 27ozs

£250 - £300

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A Late Victorian Bachelors Silver Oval Three-Piece Tea Service, by Charles Boyton, London 1895, with part reeded bodies and angular loop handles, comprising - tea pot with ebonised handle and finial, 5ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 19ozs

£220 - £260

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A George II Silver Circular Waiter, by Robert Abercromby, London 1738, with shaped and moulded rim, engraved with crest to centre, on three scroll feet, 6.25ins diameter, weight 6ozs

£120 - £160

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George V Silver Circular Waiter, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1935, with shaped and moulded rim, on three scroll feet, 8.25ins diameter, weight 11ozs

£150 - £200

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A Victorian Silver Circular Salver, by Hawksworth & Co, Sheffield 1860, with shaped shell and scroll moulded rim, engraved with flowers and leaf scroll ornament, on three scroll feet, 10ins diameter, with presentation inscription "To P.W. Worsley Esquire HM 60th Royal Rifles... by the Quebec Rifle Club... 1862", weight 14ozs

£180 - £220

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A Pair of Late Victorian Silver Pillar Candlesticks of "Neo Classical" Design, by Elkington & Co. Ltd, London 1895, with bead mounts, embossed with oval cartouche, ribbon and bellflower ornament, on conforming square bases, 10.25ins high, bases loaded

£150 - £200

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Three Pairs of Edward VII Silver Pillar Candlesticks, one pair by Hawksworth Eyre & Co. Ltd, Sheffield 1902 and 1903, of "18th Century" design, with octagonal knopped stem, on square moulded bases with re-entrant corners, 7.5ins high, one oval pair by Jay, Richard Attenborough & Co, Chester 1903, on oval moulded bases, 8ins high, one pair of square form by Fordham & Faulkner, Sheffield 1903, of Neo ...

£200 - £300

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A George III Silver Two-Handled Cup and Cover of Neo-Classical Form, by Charles Wright, London 1782, with domed cover with turned finial, the body engraved with bandings, lozenge shape and oval paterae and two vacant oval cartouches, flanked by cast silver twin serpent pattern handles, on square footrim, 9.5ins high, weight 19ozs

£700 - £1,000

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A Victorian Silver Two-Handled Cup, by Daniel & Charles Houle, London 1868, chased and embossed with four children climbing over a five-bar gate, within a river landscape with arched bridge and trees, 4.5ins high, weight 7ozs

£120 - £160

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A Set of Three Victorian Gentleman's Silver, Silver Gilt and Enamel Topped Glass Cologne Bottles, by George Brace, London 1898, and retailed by Leuchars & Son, 36 & 39 Piccadilly, London, the lids with differing coloured enamel rings and engraved with crest and initials "M.P.B", each 4.5ins high, in original tan leather cylindrical case

£150 - £200

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An Elizabeth II Silver Goblet and George V Silver Christening Mug, the goblet by A.T. Canon, Birmingham 1972, No. 212 of limited edition issued to commemorate the 25th wedding anniversary of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, 5ins high, and black leather covered fitted case for same, with certificate, the christening mug by Northern Goldsmiths Company, Birmingham 1934, of plain baluster shape with ...

£100 - £150

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A Pair of Elizabeth II Silver Circular Coasters and a George V Silver Lemon Strainer, the coasters by C.J. Vander Ltd, London 1960, with bead mounts and turned wood bases, 6ins diameter x 2ins high, the two-handled circular lemon strainer by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1911, with reeded rim and flat shaped handles, 3.75ins diameter, 7ins handle to handle, weight 2.7ozs

£120 - £160

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A George II Silver Rectangular Inkstand, by Edward Aldridge, London 1759, with bold gadroon mounts, fitted three square divisions with pierced sides, on claw and ball feet, 8.5ins x 5.5ins, weight 12ozs, crested, complete with three cut glass and silver topped fitments

£300 - £400

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A George VI White Onyx and Silver Gilt Hinged Rectangular Cigarette Box, by George Betjemann & Sons, London 1937, and retailed by Asprey, with lapis thumbpiece, 3.75ins x 3.5ins x 2.125ins high

£120 - £160

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Juliet Cursham (born 1960) - Elizabeth II cast silver horses head, by Roger John Squires, London 2000, on black flecked marble rectangular base, 5ins high overall, signed and dated 1999

£800 - £1,200

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A Harlequin Set of Four George III and Victorian Silver and Silver Gilt Oval Salts, three by Robert Hennell, London 1779, one by August George Piesse, London 1846, with shaped and fluted rims, bulbous bodies, on three hoof feet, each 3ins x 2.5ins x 1.75ins high, weight 11.5ozs - all initialled "G" to underside

£150 - £200

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A Set of Four Victorian Silver Circular Salts, by Edward & John Barnard, London 1871, the circular bodies with leaf cast scroll ornament, each on three lion and ball feet, 1.25ins high, and four Victorian silver apostle pattern salt spoons, by Chawner & Co, London 1868, weight 6.5ozs, in maroon leather covered fitted case retailed by Gilliam & Co

£120 - £160

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A George III Silver Wine Funnel, by William Plummer, London 1786, with bead mounts, the removable strainer engraved with crest, 5.25ins high, weight 3ozs

£200 - £300

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A Late Victorian Silver Chatelaine, by M. B., possibly Mitchell Bosley & Co, Birmingham 1890, pierced and cast with bird, flowers and leaf scroll ornament, the seven chains hung with various items, 15ins overall

£300 - £400

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A Victorian Silvery Metal Chatelaine, apparently unmarked, with pierced, chased and cast armorial pattern belt clip, the five chains hung with various items, 13.5ins overall

£150 - £250

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An Elizabeth II Silver and Enamel Circular Compact, by Garrad & Co. Ltd, London 1961, the lid enamelled with hunting scene of horse and hounds and with engine turned back, 3.5ins diameter, gross weight 4.1ozs

£80 - £120

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An Edward VIII Silver Square Compact, by Mappin & Webb, London 1936, with engine turned ornament, the lid with reeded border and inlaid with gold coloured metal, 2.75ins square, gross weight 3.3ozs

£80 - £120

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A George VI Silver and Blue Enamel RAF Octagonal Compact, and mixed items, the compact by John William Barrett, Birmingham 1947, the guilloche enamel lid applied with RAF emblem, the engine turned back engraved with initials "DD", 3ins wide, gross weight 3.5ozs, a silvery metal mounted and paste set floral pattern brooch, 2.25ins overall, stamped "800 Standard", and a small selection of mixed items ...

£100 - £150

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A Silver Nodule of Naturalistic Form, 4ins overall, weight 15.95ozs

£250 - £350

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A William IV Silver Mounted Rectangular Aide Memoire, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1834, the front and back chased, engraved and embossed in relief with Abbotsford House from across the river Tweed, and Newstead Abbey, within leaf scroll borders, with green silk lined interior, complete with three ivory pages, 3.25ins x 1.125ins, and with contemporary propelling pencil
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£200 - £300

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A George V Silver and Enamel Rectangular Cigarette Case, by Joseph Gloster, Birmingham 1915, the lid enamelled with golfers on the putting green, the back engraved with leaf scroll ornament, 3ins x 2.125ins

£500 - £700

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An Edward VII Christening Set, comprising silver two-handled porringer by Henry Stratford Ltd, London 1903, with moulded girdles and flying scroll handles, 3.75ins diameter x 3.25ins, and spoon with albany pattern handle, weight 7.5ozs, contained in fitted case, a late Victorian silver blow pipe by A. Barrett & Sons, 63 & 64 Piccadilly, London, with turned end, 7.75ins overall, and four small silver ...

£150 - £200

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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


£120 - £160

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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


£150 - £200

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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


£150 - £200

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A George III Irish Silver Old English and Thread Pattern Gravy Spoon, by I. K., Dublin 1810, with divided bowl and engraved with crest and monogram, weight 3ozs

£120 - £160

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A George V Silver Old English Bead Pattern Soup Ladle, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1927, weight 8ozs, and a pair of Edward VII silver fish servers with pierced blades and bead pattern handles, Sheffield 1903

£150 - £200

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A George I Silver Rat Tail Pattern Gravy Spoon and Mixed Spoons, the gravy spoon by Charles Jackson, London 1721, crested, two Georgian silver table spoons and two dessert spoons, various makers and dates, monogrammed and crested, combined weight 11ozs

£150 - £200

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A Georgian and Victorian Harlequin Silver Fiddle Pattern Part Table Service, various makers and dates, comprising - six table spoons, eight table forks, six dessert spoons, six dessert forks and two tea spoons, weight 52ozs, mostly crested and monogrammed

£600 - £800

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An Elizabeth II Silver Kings Pattern Table Service for Six Place Settings and Matched Flatware, the table service by Joseph Elliot & Sons, Sheffield 1979, comprising - six table forks, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, weight 41ozs, complete with twelve silver handled and stainless steel table knives, six Victorian silver Kings pattern tea spoons by William Eaton, London 1842, twelve Edward VII ...

£600 - £800

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Six George III Silver Queens Pattern Table Forks, a Matching Table Spoon, and Three George IV Table Spoons, the table forks by William Ely, Fearn & Chawner, London 1808, one matching table spoon, the three George IV matching table spoons by William Ely & William Fearn, London 1821, weight 32ozs

£350 - £500

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An Elizabeth II Silver Shell Pattern Table Service for Eight Place Settings, by M.D.Q. Sheffield 1970, comprising - four tablespoons, eight table forks, eight dessert spoons, eight dessert forks, eight soup spoons and eight tea spoons, weight 78ozs, complete with eight table knives and eight dessert knives, contained in mahogany canteen, 19ins x 13.5ins x 3.75ins high

£1,000 - £1,500

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Three Sets of Twelve Continental Silver Pastry Forks and Twelve Silver Ice Cream Spoons, and other flatware, all stamped "800 Standard", weight 38ozs

£350 - £500

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A Continental Silver Cake Slice, and a Selection of Other Continental Silver Flatware, the cake slice with oval moulded terminal to handle, three other Continental silver cake slices, various, a selection of silver pastry forks and spoons and other flatware, stamped "800" or "830 Standard", combined weight 30ozs

£300 - £400

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A 20th Century Danish Sterling Silver "Bernadotte" Pattern Table Service, by Georg Jensen, for eight place settings, comprising - eight table forks, eight table spoons, eight dessert forks, and a pair of servers, weight 46ozs, complete with twelve table knives, a cheese knife, a butter knife, and a pair of fruit servers, a similar fork and spoon, and one other fork and spoon by Georg Jensen, and an ...

£700 - £900

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An Edward VII Silver Sugar Caster, an Elizabeth II Silver Sugar Caster, and mixed silverware, the Edward II caster by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1905, with octagonal baluster shaped body, 8.5ins high, the Elizabeth II caster by Viner's Ltd, Sheffield 1959, 7.25ins high, an Edward VII silver circular bowl with flared rim, the part reeded bulbous body chased and embossed with leaves, 2.5ins high, Sheffield ...

£400 - £600

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A Victorian Silver Christening Mug, a George V Silver Oval Inkstand, and mixed silverware, the christening mug by Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield 1866, with bead mounts embossed with flowerheads within trellis pattern, with lozenge shaped cartouche, scroll handle, on circular footrim, 5ins high, the inkstand by Elkington & Co, Sheffield 1910, of shaped outline with rope pattern mounts and pierced rim, ...

£350 - £450

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