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This sale was held on 08/02/2020 at 11:00am

An Elizabeth II Irish Silver Coffee Pot, by Royal Irish Silver Company, Dublin 1971, of 18th Century design, the domed cover with turned finial and reeded scroll thumbpiece, tapered body, composition scroll handle with moulded base, 10.5ins high, gross weight 30ozs
Provenance: The Countess of St. Germans, Truro, Cornwall, and thence by family descent


£300 - £400

A George V Silver Oval Tea Pot, maker's mark rubbed, Birmingham 1927, with slightly domed cover, reeded mounts and bulbous body, ebonised oval finial and angular handle, 6.25ins high, gross weight 17ozs

£200 - £300

A George V Silver Oval Tea Pot and Hot Water Pot, both by Viners Ltd, Sheffield 1931, the tea pot with shaped rim, ebonised oval finial and angular loop handle, on four scroll feet, 5.75ins high, gross weight 21ozs, the hot water pot with ebonised finial and scroll handle, 8.75ins high, gross weight 17ozs

£350 - £500

A George V Small Silver Coffee Pot and Matching Hot Water Pot, by Martin Hall & Co. Ltd, Sheffield 1919 and 1920, of 18th Century design, the domed covers with turned finials, plain tapered bodies with ebonised scroll handles and on moulded footrims, each 6.75ins high, gross weight 19ozs

£150 - £200

A George VI Silver Oval Two-Handled Tray, by E. Silver & Co, Sheffield 1946, the plain centre with moulded pie crust rim and shaped flat handles, 23.75ins x 15.25ins, weight 70ozs

£750 - £1,000

A William IV Silver Rectangular Inkstand, by Joseph & John Angel, London 1834, of shaped and moulded outline with leaf and floral mount to rim, on cast leaf scroll panel feet, 9.25ins x 6ins, complete with central removable circular chamber/taper stick with dragon pattern handle and conical snuffer, and a pair of slice cut glass inkwells with moulded silver tops, weighable silver 16ozs
Provenance: ...


£250 - £350

A Pair of Elizabeth II Silver Pillar Candlesticks, by John Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1963, of 18th Century design, the shaped and moulded mounts with leaf casting, with knopped stems on square bases, 9.25ins high, bases loaded

£200 - £300

An Edward VII Silver Two-Handled Prize Cup and Cover, by John Edward Wilmot, Birmingham 1901, the slightly domed cover with urn pattern finial and leaf embossed ornament, the cup with reeded mounts, leaf embossed lower part and with shaped and moulded handles, on conforming circular footrim, 12.25ins high, weight 18ozs, and ebonised plinth base for same

£200 - £300

An Edward VII Irish Silver Three-Handled Cup, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd. Dublin 1902, the bulbous bowl with hammered finish and three moulded scroll handles, with bulbous knop to stem and on plain circular footrim, 6.75ins high, weight 17.6ozs

£200 - £300

A Victorian Silver Two-Handled Cup and a George VI Silver Two-Handled Cup, the Victorian by Henry Holland, London 1860, with moulded rim embossed with scroll, floral and leaf ornament, leaf capped moulded scroll handles, on conforming circular footrim, 7.5ins high, weight 14.7ozs - with presentation inscription dated April 1864, the George VI by Edward Barnard & Sons, London 1938, with angular handles, ...

£200 - £300

An Edward VII Silver Topped Bulbous Glass Claret Jug, by Hukin & Heath, London 1901, the plain mounts with flat lid and angular handle, 6.5ins high

£150 - £200

A George V Silver Mounted and Hobnail Cut Glass Claret Jug, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1911, the plain mount with flat lid and angular handle, 7.5ins high
Provenance: The Countess of St. Germans, Truro, Cornwall, and thence by family descent


£150 - £200

A Victorian Silver Mounted Horn Beaker, by Francis Stone, Exeter 1873, with engraved swags to rim and footrim, applied with shield cartouche engraved "EJS", 4.75ins high, and a plain horn beaker applied with silvery metal rectangular plaque engraved "WB", 3.75ins high

£150 - £200

An Edward VII Silver Gilt Chalice, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1902, the rim with band worded "Benedictus Deus In Donas Suis" above scale ornament, on reeded stem and circular footrim with oval bead ornament, 4.25ins high, weight 10.5ozs

£120 - £160

A Late Victorian Silver Circular Two-Handled Bowl, Cover and Stand, by Robert Garrard, Birmingham 1880, the lid with turned finial, the plain bowl with leaf capped flying scroll handles, on moulded footrim, 5ins diameter, 7ins from handle to handle x 4.25ins high, the stand with moulded rim, 5.75ins diameter, weight 18.5ozs, and clear glass liner for same

£250 - £350

A Pair of Victorian Silver Oval Sauce Boats, by Robert Garrard, London 1875, with gadroon mounts and leaf capped double C-scroll flying handles, on three scroll and shell pattern feet, 5.125ins high, weight 25ozs

£500 - £700

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

£200 - £300

A Tortoiseshell and Silvery Metal Mounted Rectangular Box, retailed by A. Barrett & Sons, 63 & 64 Piccadilly, London, the mounts pierced and cast with figures, fruit and scroll ornament, on four ball feet, 6.5ins x 4ins x 2.75ins high

£200 - £300

A George III Silver Oval Sugar Basket and a George V Silver Two-Handled Cup, the sugar basket by John Emes, London 1798, with reeded handle and rim, on oval footrim, 6.25ins x 4ins x 4.25ins high, the two-handled cup Britannia Standard, by Harry Freeman, London 1912, with part fluted and reeded body, circular cartouche and embossed with scroll and leaf ornament, 3.25ins high, combined weight 12ozs

£150 - £200

An Edward VII Silver Seven Piece Condiment Set, by William Aitken, Birmingham 1903, of oval and cylindrical form, with bead mounts and pierced sides, on shaped legs with claw and ball feet and moulded footrims, comprising - four salts, 3.25ins x 2.5ins x 2ins high, mustard pot, 2.75ins high, and pair of pepper pots, 4.125ins high, blue glass liners for same, Five Edward VII Silver Condiment Spoons, ...

£150 - £200

An Elizabeth II Silver Novelty Owl Pattern Condiment, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1964, the standing owl with textured feathers, single hole to head and glass eyes, 2.5ins high, gross weight 2.3ozs
Provenance: The Countess of St. Germans, Truro, Cornwall, and thence by family descent


£80 - £120

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

£100 - £150

A Pair of Late Victorian Silver Salt and Pepper Mills, by J. P., London 1890, 4ins high, inscribed "Presented to the RE Mess Aldershot by Lieut. J. E. Clauson RE"

£100 - £150

An Edward VII Silver Combined Sealing Wax Holder, Taper Holder and Vesta Case, by Henry Stuart Brown, London 1900, of square section with hinged lid, 7.125ins overall, registration No. 453269

£80 - £120

An Edward VII Glass and Silver Mounted Cylindrical Scent Bottle, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1903, of Art Nouveau design, the mount with lid embossed with stylised ornament, the glass with three frosted panels decorated in gilt and applied with oval opal cabochon, 3.75ins high

£80 - £120

A Collection of Silver Bladed and Mother-of-Pearl Handled Pen Knives and Fruit Knives, various makers Georgian, Victorian and later

£400 - £600

A Victorian Silver Christening Mug, and mixed silverware, the mug by The Goldsmiths Alliance Ltd, London 1871, engraved with ribbons, swags and trailing leaf ornament, leaf capped double C scroll handle, 3.25ins high, a George V silver evening purse, by Colin Hewer, Chester 1920, 4.5ins x 3.5ins, two silver wine labels and two silver pot lids, and a Victorian glass hip flask with silver cup, London ...

£150 - £200

A Pair of Victorian Silver Old English Pattern Gravy Spoons, by Robert Garrard, London 1876, each engraved with crest, weight 11ozs

£150 - £200

A Pair of William VI Silver and Silver Gilt "Berry" Spoons, and mixed silverware, the Berry spoons maker's mark rubbed, Exeter 1830, the handles engraved with scroll ornament, in leather covered fitted case, a pair of George IV silver queens pattern sugar tongs, by James Beebe, London 1828, eight other Georgian silver spoons and four silver condiment spoons, various, combined weight 17ozs

£200 - £300

A Pair of George V Silver Serving Spoons, and mixed silverware, the serving spoons by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1910, with shell pattern bowls and conforming handles, in black leather cover fitted case, a set of six Edward VII silver rattail pattern coffee spoons, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1909, in fitted case, and a selection of other silver tea spoons and sugar tongs, various, combined ...

£200 - £300

A Pair of George V Silver Old English and Rattail Pattern Salad Servers, by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1922, weight 4.7ozs, and a Set of Six George V Silver Grapefruit Spoons, by Arthur Price & Co. Ltd, Sheffield 1933, weight 4.5ozs

£120 - £160

An Edward VII Silver Gilt Dessert Table Service, by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1902, of Anointing spoon form, the oval lobed bowls engraved with leaf scroll ornament and with cast handles, comprising - pair of serving spoons and six smaller spoons, weight 9.5ozs, in original red leather covered fitted case, and a pair of Edward VII silver "Berry" spoons, by the Goldsmiths & ...

£200 - £300

A Victorian Silver Fiddle and Thread Pattern Part Table Service, mostly by Chawner & Co, various dates from London 1840, 1845, 1862 and 1863, comprising - fourteen table spoons, eight table forks, eight dessert spoons, seven dessert forks and six tea spoons, weight 93ozs, eight stainless steel bladed and ivorine handled table knives and thirteen similar butter knives

£1,000 - £1,500

An Elizabeth II Silver Table Service for Eight Place Settings, by Roberts & Belks, Sheffield 1967, the handles with shell scroll, reeded and ribbon ornament, comprising - eight fish forks, eight fish knives, eight table forks, eight table spoons, eight dessert forks, eight dessert spoons, eight fruit spoons, eight tea spoons, and two sauce ladles, weight 110ozs, and eight matching stainless steel ...

£1,200 - £1,500

A William IV Silver Queens Pattern Part Table Service, by William Eaton, London 1836, comprising - twelve table spoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert spoons, seven dessert forks, all crested or monogrammed, Five Similar Dessert Forks, by William Chawner, London 1832, Six Victorian Queens Pattern Single Struck Tea Spoons, by John Le Gallais, London 1849, and one other similar table spoon, combined ...

£1,500 - £2,000

A George V Silver Hanoverian Pattern Table Servicefor twelve place settings, by Reid & Sons, London 1932, comprising - eight table spoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert spoons (three by A. H. N. Sheffield 1972), twelve dessert forks, twelve soup spoons, pair of sauce ladles and a soup ladle, weight 109ozs, Twelve Elizabeth II Silver Handled Pistol Grip Fish Knives and Forks, Twelve Matching Table ...

£1,500 - £2,000

A Mahogany Canteen, Modern, inlaid with crossbandings and stringings and with brass flush handles to sides, fitted three drawers enclosed by a pair of doors all with brass ring pattern flush handles, on moulded base, 20ins wide x 13.75ins deep x 12.5ins high

£100 - £150

A George V Silver Seal Top Spoon, and mixed silverware, the seal top spoon by Elkington & Co, London 1912, 7.25ins overall, a Pair of 18th Century Silver Sugar Nips, by Ebenezer Coker, no date letter, 4.75ins, and a small selection of silver spoons and other flatware, various, combined weighable silver 9ozs, and a boxwood and plated pipe tamper, the finial carved with a hound and game, 3.75ins overall ...

£150 - £200

Three Elizabeth II Silver Octagonal Spirit Labels, and mixed silverware, the labels by W. I. Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1994, 1997 and 1998, with reeded rims and worded "Claret", "Brandy" and "Whisky", each 5ins x 3ins, one other silver wine label, and small selection of other silver and silver mounted items, combined weighable silver 2.2ozs, and two plated spirit labels

£60 - £80

A Late Victorian Silver Circular Bowl, and mixed silverware, the bowl by William Devenport, Birmingham 1897, with shaped crimped rim, lobed body pierced and embossed with trellis scroll and leaf and floral ornament, on three ball feet, 6.25ins diameter x 1.75ins high, an Elizabeth II plain silver goblet, by T. F. Sheffield 1972, 5.75ins high, and a mixed lot of silver and silvery metal ware, various, ...

£200 - £300

An Elizabeth II Child's Silver Rattle, and mixed silverware, the rattle possibly by W. H. Collins & Co, Chester 1958, modelled in the form of a seated rabbit with mother-of-pearl handle and composite teething ring, 5.5ins overall, a silvery metal link bracelet hung with ten various charms, a sterling silver propelling pencil, and an Italian silvery metal key ring hung with dice

£80 - £120

A Pair of Victorian Silver Circular Salts, and mixed silverware, the salts by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1886, with bead mounts and on three scroll paw feet, 2.125ins diameter x 1.25ins high, an Edward VII Silver Rectangular Mustard Pot, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1909, with gadroon mounts and part reeded body, 2ins high, and a selection of other silver and silver mounted items, various, ...

£120 - £160

A Pair of Edward VII Silver Oval Two-Handled Salts, and mixed silverware, the salts by Mitchell Bosley & Co, Birmingham 1904, with crimped rims and part reeded bodies, 1.5ins high, in black leather covered fitted case, and a selection of other silver condiments, weight 21ozs, and a plated pepper mill

£200 - £300

A Pair of George V Silver Circular Wine Bottle Coasters, and mixed silverware, the coasters by Harry Freeman, London 1911, with bead mounts, the pierced sides with five oval cartouche pierced with two-handled urns and turned wood bases, 4.75ins diameter x 1.625ins high, a pair of silver pepper pots, 3.75ins high, and a small selection of other silverware, various, combined weighable silver 7ozs
Provenance: ...


£200 - £300

A Late Victorian Silver Circular Two-Handled Sugar Basket, and mixed silverware, the sugar basket by Holland Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1900, with gadroon mounts, the sides pierced with scroll trellis and floral ornament, on four panel feet, 4.375ins diameter, 6.75ins handle to handle x 3ins high, and blue glass liner for same, and a small selection of silver items, various, combined weighable silver ...

£250 - £350

A Late George III Silver Oval Tea Pot Stand, and mixed silverware, the stand by Henry Chawner, London 1795, with moulded rim, the centre engraved with circular cartouche, ribbon and leaf ornament, on four panel feet, 6.75ins x 4.75ins, monogrammed, Two George III Silver "Berry" Spoons, various makers, London 1805 and 1808, and a small selection of silver condiments, silver and silver mounted items, ...

£250 - £350

A George V Silver Circular Two-Handled Porringer, and mixed silverware, the porringer by C. S. Harris & Son Ltd, London 1932, of lobed form with pierced and cast scroll handles, the centre embossed with a Tudor rose, 7.5ins x 4.25ins x 1.75ins high, monogrammed, an Edward VII silver urn pattern pepper pot of Neo-Classical design, by S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Chester 1909, 5ins high, and a selection ...

£300 - £400

A George V Silver Circular Tea Pot, and mixed silverware, the tea pot by Mappin & Webb, London 1925, with bead mounts, composition finial and C-scroll handle, 4.5ins high, gross weight 11ozs, a George VI Silver Sugar Caster, by Alstons' & Hallam, 7.5ins high, and a small selection of other silverware, combined weighable silver 15ozs, and a plated six-division toast rack

£250 - £350


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