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Showing 1-48 of 453 lots

This sale was held on 14/11/2019 at 11:00 am

A silver four piece coffee set, by Fenton, Russell & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1914/5, 25cm high, 1558g all in.

£450 - £600

A pair of silver sauce boats, by S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1920, 139g.

£50 - £70

A George III silver card tray, by Ebenezer Coker, London 1766, 17cm diameter, 216.5g.

£100 - £150

A Victorian silver cream jug, by John Newton Mappin, London 1896, 9.5cm high, 98.5g.

£30 - £50

A George III silver seven bar toast rack, by Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1794, 18cm long, 320g, (s.d.).

£80 - £120

A silver sauce boat, by D Bros, Birmingham 1963, 10cm high, 192g.

£60 - £80

A silver teapot, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1922; together with a similar jug and basin, by James Dixon & Son Ltd, Sheffield 1908/9. 1021g all in.

£300 - £400

A silver twin handled rose bowl trophy, by D & J Welby Ltd, London 1968, 221g.

£60 - £80

A George III silver milk jug, makers mark indistinct, London 1793, 11.5cm high, 168g.

£50 - £70

A pair of pierced silver sweetmeat dishes, by S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1923, 13.5cm diameter, 159.5g

£60 - £80

A George III silver swing handled bonbon basket, makers mark indistinct, London 1762, 16cm, 166g.

£80 - £120

A pair of Edwardian silver candlesticks, by Barker Brothers, Chester 1906, 22cm high.

£60 - £80

A stylish Victorian silver mounted claret jug, makers mark indistinct, Birmingham 1893, 18.5cm high.

£80 - £120

A Victorian pierced silver basket, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co, London 1896, having blue glass liner, 12cm diameter, 221g.

£70 - £100

A set of four Edwardian silver candlesticks, by Hawsworth, Eyre & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1910/11, 25.5cm high, weighted bases.

£300 - £400

A pair of George III silver twin handled sauce tureens and covers, by John Denzilow, London 1787, having classical cartouche either side, 16cm high, 23cm wide, 1126g.

£300 - £400

A white metal framed photograph of Umaid Singh (1903-1944) Maharaja of Jodhpur, signed and dated 1946, the easel back frame bearing Jodhpur State coat of arms, the frame 45cm high.

£100 - £150

A pair of silver sauce boats, by Martin Hall & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1928, 17.5cm high, 227g.

£70 - £100

A silver three piece teaset, by Viners Ltd, Sheffield 1931, 657g all in.

£200 - £300

A sterling silver quaich, by Webster, 17.5cm diameter, 198g.

£60 - £80

A Queen Anne style silver three piece teaset, by Barker Brothers, Chester 1920, 945g all in.

£300 - £400

Of WWI interest: a Scottish silver hot water jug, by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1912, inscribed 103rd T R Battalion presentation, 19cm, 375g all in.

£100 - £150

An Art Deco silver cocktail shaker, by Mappin & Webb Ltd, Birmingham 1930, 444g.

£200 - £300

A cased six piece silver cruet set, by Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1932, 114.5g weighable.

£50 - £70

A cased silver dessert spoon set, by R F Mosley & Co, Sheffield 1942, 207.5g.

£60 - £80

A cased pair of Victorian silver salts, by J Sherwood & Son, Birmingham 1896; together with a cased silver Christening egg cup and spoon, 97g. (2)

£40 - £60

A cased set of six late Victorian silver and gilt teaspoons and sugar tongs, by A J Bailey, Birmingham 1901, 51g.

£25 - £35

A cased set of twelve RSPB silver and gold teaspoons, by John Pinches, London 1975, 322g, with certificate.

£100 - £150

An oak cased part canteen of silver fiddle pattern cutlery, by Barker Brothers, Chester 1907, 1093g. (18)

£200 - £250

A cased Indian white metal four piece teaset, stamped 'silver' to base, 821g all in.

£150 - £200

A cased silver and tortoiseshell five piece dressing table set, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1922/3.

£80 - £120

An Edwardian silver jewellery casket, by H Matthews, Birmingham 1902, 12.5cm length, 182g.

£100 - £150

A French .950 silver soup ladle, by Francois-Dominique Naudin, Paris 1800-40, 35cm long, 258g.

£70 - £100

A George III silver Old English pattern basting spoon, by William & John Fisher, London 1794; together with another Georgian serving spoon; and a Victorian example, 299g.

£80 - £120

A set of twelve silver Old English rat tail pattern forks; together with six matching soup spoons, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1915, 1341g.

£350 - £400

A quantity of silver Old English rat tail pattern flatware, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1915, 800g

£150 - £200

A quantity of Georgian and Victorian silver flatware, various patterns, mixed makers and dates, 948g.

£240 - £280

A set of six Victorian silver Old English pattern dessert spoons, by Henry John Lias & James Wakely, London 1883, 298g.

£70 - £90

A set of five George IV silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, by Thomas Dicks, London 1826, 125g; together with a set of twelve Continental silver teaspoons.

£70 - £90

A small quantity of silver cutlery, to include a Danish .925 silver and enamel souvenir spoon, 275g weighable.

£80 - £120

A set of six George III silver teaspoons, by William Bateman I, London 1817, together with five Scottish provincial silver teaspoons; and another, 130g. (12)

£40 - £60

A pair of George III silver Hanoverian and bead pattern sauce ladles, makers mark indistinct, London 1784, 89g.

£40 - £60

A pair of George III bright cut silver sugar tongs, by William Sumner I, London 1799; together with five various silver spoons etc, 106g weighable.(7)

£50 - £70

A Victorian gilt metal silk lined aide memoir and card case, 9cm.

£30 - £50

A George III silver novelty barrel nutmeg grater, by Thomas Meriton, London 1797, 5.2cm, (a/f).

£100 - £150

Three silver decanter labels, sherry, whisky & gin, by Francis Howard Ltd, Sheffield 1982/3/7, 28g.

£25 - £30

A silver folding fruit knife; together with another mother of pearl handled example. (2)

£15 - £20

A Continental white metal perfume flask, 11.5cm high.

£30 - £50


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