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A good George IV silver three-piece tea service with squat circular octagonal lobed bodies, the outscrolled rims with cast shell, leaf scroll and anthemion mounts, with conforming moulded footrims, comprising - teapot with flowerhead pattern finial and fruitwood moulded scroll handle, 5.75ins high, two-handled sugar bowl and milk jug with leaf capped moulded scroll handles, by Benjamin Smith, London ...

£1,000 - £1,500

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A George VI and Elizabeth II harlequin silver four-piece tea service of ""Art Deco"" design with stepped lids, the cylindrical tapered bodies with reeded band and moulded footrims, all by Mappin & Webb, comprising - teapot with composite finial and handle, 6.75ins high, Sheffield 1949, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, Sheffield 1950, and hot water pot with composite finial and handle, 8.25ins ...

£400 - £600

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A late Victorian/George VI harlequin silver bachelors oval three-piece tea service with part reeded bodies, all by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, comprising - teapot with ebonised finial and angular handle, 5ins high, two-handled sugar basin, both Sheffield 1937, and milk jug, London 1889 (gross weight 13ozs)

£120 - £160

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A George III silver bulbous coffee pot, 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, by Charles Wright, London 1776, contemporary initials ""SJ"" below lion passant crest (gross weight 27.5ozs)

£700 - £900

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A George IV silver rectangular and part reeded teapot with leaf scroll cast mounts, leaf capped C-scroll handle, on shell and scroll panel feet, 5.5ins high, by Robert Hennell II, London 1824 (gross weight 32ozs)

£300 - £400

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A George V silver circular teapot of bulbous squat form with moulded rim and girdle, composite C-scroll handle and finial, on circular footrim, 5.375ins high, by William Neale & Son, Birmingham 1926 (gross weight 18ozs)

£200 - £300

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An Edward VII silver mounted and clear glass claret jug with tapered neck and bulbous body with star cut base, plain silver mounts with domed cover with turned finial and scroll handle, 10.75ins high, by Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1906

£150 - £200

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A good George III silver oval two-handled tray, 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, by John Crouch I & Thomas Hannam, London 1795 (weight 109ozs)

£3,000 - £5,000

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A George V silver oval meat plate with gadroon mounts to rim, 16.25ins x 11ins, by Crichton Brothers, London 1928 (weight 43ozs)

£450 - £600

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A silver circular rose bowl of George III design, with shaped rim and reeded body, on circular footrim, the whole embossed with flowers, leaves and berries, 10.5ins diameter x 7.25ins high, with spurious Georgian marks for Charles Wright, London 1773 (marks now cancelled and re-assayed by London Assay Office 2019 - gross weight 38ozs), in pine fitted box bearing label for S. Solomon, 1 Bridge Foot ...

£600 - £800

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A good Queen Anne silver circular chamber candlestick with moulded rim and sconce and bulbous leaf capped handle, on three bun feet, 4.5ins diameter x 6.75ins overall, by Simon Pantin, London 1704 (weight 7.5ozs - engraved with crowned lions head and two feather plume crest)

£800 - £1,200

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A George II silver sugar castor, the pierced domed cover with spiral reeded finial, with bead mounts, the body engraved with floral and leaf scroll ornament, on circular footrim, 7.75ins high, maker's mark rubbed, London 1759 (weight 9ozs)

£300 - £400

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A late Victorian silver urn pattern sugar caster, the pierced and cast domed lid with turned finial, gadroon mounts, the body with ribbon and floral swags, spiral reeded and fluted ornament, on conforming circular footrim, 9ins high, by Vale Brothers & Sermon, London 1899 (weight 8ozs)

£100 - £150

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A George III silver wine funnel with reeded and bead mounts, 4.75ins high, by Henry Nutting or Hannah Northcote, London 1796 (weight 2.2ozs)

£150 - £200

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An Elizabeth II plain silver baluster shaped tankard with moulded scroll handle and moulded footrim, 5.25ins, by A. Chick & Sons Ltd, London 1973 (weight 11ozs - with presentation inscription ""Presented to A. A. Drayson etc)

£150 - £200

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An Elizabeth II silver and silver gilt ""Easter egg clock"" from the St. James's House Company, 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, by Robert Glover, London 1983, No. 21 of limited edition of 500 (gross weight 2.5ozs), and white marble square stand for ...

£100 - £150

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A William IV silver rectangular inkstand 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, by Joseph & John Angel, London 1834 (weighable silver 16ozs)
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£300 - £400

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A George V silver square commemorative box, the lid cast with the coat of arms of the Goldsmith's Company, the sides worded ""The gift of the Goldsmith's Company A.D. 1327-1927"", 3.75ins square x 1.375ins high, by Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1926 (weight 9ozs), the interior engraved ""Presented to Field Marshal Viscount Allenby - Liveryman of the Goldsmith's Company in Commemoration of the 600th Anniversary ...

£200 - £300

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An early 20th Century Dutch silver oval snuff box with crimped rim, the lid embossed with the head of a woman, the sides with floral ornament, 3.25ins x 2.5ins x 0.75ins high, with import mark for Edwin Thompson Bryant, London 1902 (weight 2.6ozs)

£100 - £150

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A sterling silver whistle with bear head pattern terminal, 3.5ins overall, stamped ""925 sterling"", and an Edward VII silver chain Albert (gross weight 1.3ozs)

£80 - £120

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A set of six George V silver and green enamel circular buttons with engine turned ornament, 16mm diameter, by Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham 1911, contained in green leather covered box retailed by Mappin & Webb Ltd., a set of six Edward VII silver circular buttons pierced and cast with lilies, 22mm diameter, by James Deakin & Son, Chester 1902, in green leather covered box, and a selection of other ...

£200 - £300

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Two Edward VII silver hat pins, with open scroll terminals, 9ins and 8.75ins overall, each by Charles Horner, Chester 1906 and 1909, and a silvery metal hat pin with textured ball pattern terminal, 7.25ins overall, by Charles Horner
Note: For similar example to ball pattern hat pin, see ""Charles Horner of Halifax"" by Tom J. Lawson, page 205, No. 9175


£70 - £100

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An American sterling silver rectangular photograph frame to hold picture 9.5ins x 7.75ins, 11ins x 9ins overall, by Gorham (engraved ""200"" to lower part of frame), a Continental silvery metal rectangular photograph frame with reeded border to hold picture 9.25ins x 7ins, 10.75ins x 8.25ins overall, and one other similar smaller rectangular photograph frame with engine turned border to hold picture ...

£120 - £160

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Six William IV Scottish silver single struck Queens pattern table spoons by John Murray or John Muir, Glasgow 1831 (weight 16ozs - monogrammed)

£150 - £200

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Six 18th Century silver tablespoons with shaped terminals and engraved with crests (bottom marks rubbed), and six George III silver Old English pattern table forks, London 1779 (weight 23ozs)

£200 - £300

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Six Victorian silver fiddle and thread pattern table spoons, various makers and dates (crested), a matching dessert spoon, and three other silver spoons, various (combined weight 25ozs)

£250 - £350

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Two George III silver table spoons, the bowls each engraved with leaf scroll ornament, the handles with oval cartouche and strap work, one by Elizabeth Tookey, London 1768, the other hallmark rubbed, in fitted case, a set of twelve teaspoons and pair of matching sugar tongs with spiral reeded handles, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1891, in fitted case (combined weight 10ozs), and a set of twelve plated ...

£100 - £200

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A Victorian silver fiddle pattern fish slice by William Robert Smily, London 1844 (weight 4ozs - monogrammed), and a set of six Victorian silver fish knives and forks, with moulded and shell pattern handles and engraved blades, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1876

£150 - £200

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A set of twelve Edward VII silver bladed and mother-of-pearl handled fruit knives and forks with engraved blades, by James Lewis & Sons, Sheffield 1901, contained in walnut canteen, 13ins x 10.25ins x 2.75ins high

£120 - £160

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A set of six Continental gilt metal and porcelain handled fruit knives and forks, the handles decorated with floral sprays and insects

£120 - £160

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A 19th Century Dutch harlequin silver part table service, various makers and dates, comprising - six table spoons, six table forks (all monogrammed) and six dessert spoons, and a Dutch silver serving fork with spiral reeded and bead pattern handle (weight 30ozs)

£300 - £400

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A George IV and William IV harlequin silver part table service, the handles engraved with crest within shield, ribbon and bell flower ornament, various London makers and dates, comprising - nine table spoons, ten table forks, eleven dessert spoons and eleven dessert forks (weight 40ozs)

£400 - £500

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A William IV harlequin silver fiddle thread and shell pattern part table service by William Eaton and John James Whiting, London 1836, comprising - four table spoons, six table forks, and six dessert spoons (weight 44ozs - initialled)

£450 - £600

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A Georgian and Victorian harlequin silver fiddle pattern table service for eight place settings, various makers and dates, comprising - eight table spoons, eight table forks, eight dessert spoons, eight dessert forks, eight tea spoons and two sauce ladles (weight 71ozs), eight Elizabeth II silver handled table knives and eight butter knives, and a small selection of other silver flatware (weight 9ozs) ...

£800 - £1,000

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A Victorian silver part table service with moulded terminals by Goldsmiths Alliance Ltd, London 1887, comprising - six table spoons, eleven table forks, twelve dessert spoons and twelve dessert forks (weight 99ozs)

£900 - £1,200

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An Elizabeth II silver Old English pattern table service by Jones & Son, London 1967, comprising twelve table spoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks, and twelve teaspoons (weight 104ozs), contained in modern wood veneered canteen, 16.25ins x 11.75ins x 4.5ins high

£1,000 - £1,500

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A pair of Victorian silver grape scissors, cast and pierced with shell bead and leaf ornament, 7.5ins overall, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1872 (weight 3.2ozs), a George III silver punch ladle with oval lipped bowl, on turned wood handle, 13.25ins overall, by I. W., London 1763, and a George III silver berry spoon, London 1795 (weight 2ozs)

£120 - £160

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A George VI silver cylindrical lipstick holder, with engine turned ornament and cast with leaf ornament, by Dyas Beverley Hampton, London 1948, an Elizabeth II silver baluster shaped cream jug with moulded rim, scroll handle and circular footrim, 3.25ins high, London 1957, and a small selection of other silver and sterling silver items, various (combined weighable silver 15ozs)

£200 - £300

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A 20th Century American silvery metal handled bottle opener by Tiffany & Co, 6ins overall, four Elizabeth II silver oval wine labels with shell and leaf scroll cast mounts, worded ""Sherry"", ""Whisky"", ""Gin"", and ""Brandy"", 2.25ins x 1.25ins, various makers and dates, two silver vesta cases and a silver Albert (combined weighable silver 3.1ozs)

£200 - £300

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Three Elizabeth II silver octagonal spirit labels with reeded rims and worded ""Claret"", ""Brandy"" and ""Whisky"", each 5ins x 3ins, by W. I. Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1994, 1997 and 1998, one other silver wine label, a silver and gilt shell pattern salt on three ball feet, 5ins x 4.5ins, Birmingham 1997, and small selection of other silver and silver mounted items (combined weighable silver 2.2ozs), ...

£80 - £120

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A pair of Victorian silver circular salts embossed with floral ornament, on three scroll feet, 2.75ins diameter x 1.5ins high, by William Hunter, London 1859, an Elizabeth II silver three-piece condiment set of circular bulbous form with moulded girdle to body, comprising - mustard pot with slightly domed cover and shell pattern thumbpiece, 2.75ins high, salt and pepper pot, by Lanson Ltd, Birmingham ...

£80 - £120

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A George V silver three-piece condiment set of ""Art Nouveau"" design with pierced sides, on bracket feet, comprising - oval mustard pot with embossed cover, 1.75ins high, oval salt, 1.75ins high, and pepper pot, 3ins high, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1910, and green tinted glass liners for same, an Edward VII small silver chamber candlestick, 2.25ins high, and matching snuffer, London 1904, and ...

£200 - £300

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An Edward VII silver cylindrical mustard pot with pierced fan shaped thumbpiece and pierced sides, 3ins high, by Carrington & Co, London 1907, and blue glass liner for same, two Edward VII silver rectangular four-division toast racks on ball feet, 4.25ins x 2.75ins x 3ins high, London 1905 and 1907, and a selection of other silver condiments, various (combined weighable silver 22ozs)

£250 - £350

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A late Victorian silver mounted and facet cut glass spirit flask with bayonet top and removable cup, by William Leuchars, London 1889, four George V silver circular dishes with shaped and moulded rims, on pedestal bases, 4ins diameter x 2.25ins high, Birmingham 1927 and 1928 (all loaded), and four silver specimen vases, various (all loaded)

£120 - £160

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Two silver pillar candlesticks with bead mounts, fluted columns on square bases, 5.5ins high, each by Horace Woodward & Co, Sheffield 1893 and 1910, and a small selection of other silver flatware and silver handled items (combined weighable silver 3.3ozs)

£200 - £300

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A Continental silvery metal circular chamber candlestick with shaped and moulded rim, 2.75ins high (stamped ""800 standard""), and a small selection of other silver and silvery metal ware, various (combined weight 11ozs)

£100 - £150

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A George V silver oval two-handled sugar basin with reeded mounts and bulbous panelled body, on ball pattern feet, 3.75ins high, and matching milk jug, by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1915, and a small selection of other silver items, various (combined weighable silver 17ozs)

£200 - £300

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A George III silver octagonal teapot stand with incurved corners and moulded rim, engraved with ribbon floral swags and leaf ornament, 6.5ins x 5ins, maker's mark rubbed, London 1800 (loaded), a George V silver oval sauce boat with shaped rim and scroll handle, on three hoof pattern feet, 3.75ins high, Birmingham 1926, and two silver christening mugs (combined weight 14ozs)

£200 - £300

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