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This sale was held on 15/11/2019 at 04:00 pm

A five piece Elkington Silver plated tea and coffee service, of beehive form with foliate bright cut decoration, comprising teapot, 16cm, coffee pot, 21cm, hot water pot, 21cm, milk jug, 10cm, and twin handled sugar bowl, 10.5cm. (5)

£50 - £80

A Victorian silver plated dressing mirror, the shield shaped plate with C-scroll silver plated cushion frame, easel support to back, 41 by 45cm high.

£80 - £120

A pair of silver plated table lamps, converted from candlesticks with removable drip trays, of knopped column form with circular foot, green baize to bases, 12.5 by 30cm high (35cm including electrical fitting). (2)

£40 - £60

A mid 20th century silver plated hot chocolate set, by William Hutton & Sons, of tapering cylindrical form with knopped finials and turned wooden handles, comprising two hot chocolate pots, 21cm, hot water pot, 10cm, sugar bowl, 7 by 4.5cm, cream jug, 6.5cm, and twin handled rectangular tray, 49 by 13.5 by 2.5cm, stamped 22243. (6)

£80 - £120

An Elizabeth II canteen of silver plated flatware, James Dixon & Sons Sheffield, with Art Deco style pattern handles, for six place settings, comprising starter and main knives and forks, fish knives and forks, dessert flatware, soup spoons, teaspoons, two carving knives, two carving forks, and a knife sharpener, 109 pieces overall, the oak cased canteen with drawer to its base.

£50 - £80

A suite of Edwardian EPNS cutlery, bead pattern, with engraved terminals, comprising together with a pair of fish servers, pierced and engraved, shell pattern handles. (112)

£80 - £120

A Georgian small silver butter and pickle fork, with filled foliate handles, both inscribed 'JP 1825' both marked 'IT' possibly John Touliet, a silver sugar bowl, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1913, 11 by 6cm high, and a silver teaspoon, 4toz. (4)

£30 - £50

An Edward VII silver inkwell with decorative reeded design to rim and a torch finial, Birmingham 1908 but with rubbed maker's marks, diameter 13.7cm, together with two silver dwarf candlesticks, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1912, 6cm high, all with weighted bases. (3)

£40 - £60

A group of silver items, comprising a Victorian berry spoon, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1897, a cased Christening set with spoon and fork, a cased set of sugar sifting spoon, tongs, cake slice, a mixed case of teaspoons and condiment spoons, cigarette case, napkin ring, nine various silver flatware pieces, a white metal bangle, 16toz of weighable silver. (27)

£100 - £150

A late 19th century Swiss silver key wound pocket watch with silvered Roman numeral dial decorated with yellow metal flourishes, blue steel hands, silver dust cover not currently running but with key, 1.3toz, together with four other silver items, a pair of cufflinks, a golf ball marker and tee, 0.6toz, and white metal cigarette case with faux tortoise shell interior lining. (6)

£40 - £60

A group of eleven pieces of Georgian and later Scottish silver flatware, comprising three salt spoons with parcel gilt bowls, Forrests, Glasgow 1822, a pair of sugar tongs, Charles Bendy, Edinburgh 1824, seven teaspoons, marked 'W.M' Edinburgh, 1885, and a small fish knife, 5.3toz. (12)

£40 - £60

A small group of silver and plated items, comprising a silver wine coaster, RC, Sheffield 2000, 4 by 13cm, a Victorian silver fish knife, silver sugar tongs, and a silver twin handled lidded sugar dish, marked '925 Sterling', 9cm, an EPNS lidded dish of bun form, an EPNS Victorian vesta case in the form of a horse shoe, a metal small ashtray box, two EPNS salt spoons, and an EPNS berry spoon. (10)

£40 - £60

A group of eleven pieces of silver, comprising a turtle shell and silver circular form trinket box, 8 by 4.7cm high, a Georgian caddy spoon, five salts, three salt spoons, 5.9toz weighable silver. (11)

£40 - £60

A pair of Elizabeth II silver napkin rings, Sterling silver Ltd. Sheffield, 1978, 3.3toz, together with a continental white metal fork and spoon with filigree decoration, 1.3toz. (4)

£40 - £60

A silver salt and a silver pepper pot, each 10.2cm high, Birmingham 1991, together with eight napkin rings, W.I. Broadway & Co., Birmingham 2003, overall 5.9toz. (10)

£40 - £60

An Irish Elizabeth II silver sauce boat, with C scroll handle and gadrooned rim, raised on three legs with foliate clasped knees and hoof feet, Irish Silver Ltd, Dublin 1971, 5.4toz, 16 by 7.5 by 10cm high.

£40 - £60

A pair of Victorian silver sauce ladles, Old English pattern, armorial engraved terminals, Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1897, combined 4.8toz, each 17.5cm long. (2)

£40 - £60

A pair of George VI silver sauce boats, each raised on three hoof feet and with C scroll handles, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1939, 6.63toz, a/f one missing a foot, each 15 by 9 by 6.5cm high. (2)

£50 - £80

A George III silver cream jug, decorated in Rococo style with a repousse cottage and farm scene design, pressed bead rim, scrolled handle, on a wide circular stepped base, maker's marks rubbed but possibly Hester Bateman, London 1782, 2.1toz, 9.5 by 5.5 by 12cm high.

£30 - £50

A group of Art Deco silver dressing table items for a gentleman, comprising a swiss movement silver cased travel clock with engine turned decoration, 4 by 4 by 1cm (closed), Birmingham 1936, maker SSM, and a dressing table set comprising hair brush, clothes brush, mirror and comb all of angular Art Deco design, London 1936, maker C&A. (5)

£50 - £80

An Art Deco silver backed dressing table set, decorated in an engine turned sunburst guilloche design, comprising a pair of hair brushes, a pair clothes brushes and a mirror, Birmingham 1929, Adie Brothers Ltd. (5)

£50 - £80

A set of five early 20th century silver mounted glass Turkish tea cups, the mounts with a pierced leaf design and naive decoration, mounts overall weight 8.8toz, with indistinct marks to bases possibly 'AK', each 6.5cm high. (5)

£50 - £80

A group of silver items, a cased spoon and fork Christening set, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1904, four napkin rings, a silver topped scent bottle, a cased set of silver handled fruit knives, a set of six teaspoons, another teaspoon and a dessert spoon, 7toz of weighable silver. (1 bag)

£50 - £80

An Edwardian silver spill vase, with pierced rim decoration, raised upon a hexagonal base, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1914, 19cm, together with a pair of silver candlesticks, with rubbed maker's marks, Birmingham 1948, all with filled bases. (3)

£50 - £80

A Georgian silver penknife with mother of pearl handle, a James Usher style silver teaspoon with a terminal cast of the Lincoln imp (William Aiken, Birmingham, 1904), a George IV tea caddy spoon, (Birmingham, 1837) two silver thimbles with one stamped 800, together with a silver plated child's rattle, overall weighable silver 1toz. (6)

£50 - £70

A George IV silver ladle, fiddle pattern, terminal engraved with stag's head armorial, William Theobalds, London 1834, 6.7toz, 33cm long.

£50 - £80

A pair of modernist designed candlesticks with weighted bases, 8 by 15.3cm high, Adie and Co, Birmingham 1958, together with an engine turned card case, 0.97toz, Smith and Bartlam, Birmingham 1939, two silver knife handles in the King's pattern, and a silver and malachite pendant with filigree wire mount. (6)

£50 - £80

A group of silver, including a Georgian teaspoon, Peter & William Bateman, London 1812, and nine later silver teaspoons and a silver bangle, 6.4cm diameter, Bracelon Ltd, Birmingham 1970, overall 6.5toz and four plated teaspoons. (15)

£50 - £80

A George V silver Royal Fusiliers spherical grenade form table lighter, with screw top flame, 9.5cm high, with rubbed hallmarks possibly William Hutton & Sons.

£50 - £80

A silver Christening set, Wakely & Wheeler London 1909-10 with twin handled cup, 11.8 wide (including handles), 8.4cm high, spoon, fork and napkin ring, together with two cased sets of six silver handled butter knives, 8.9toz of weighable silver. (16)

£60 - £80

A group of silver items, comprising a silver cigarette case, with engraved initials E.F.M. upon its lid, Synyer & Beddoes, Birmingham 1904, 7.28toz, 16.5 by 10 by 6cm, three silver teaspoons, 1.5toz, two continental spoons with rope twist handles, 0.8toz, and a white metal rimmed etched glass vase. (7)

£60 - £80

A group of silver and plated items comprising a Burmese silver beaker with chased and repouse panels depicting figures with scrolling foliage and acanthus between, 7 by 11.4cm high, a Chinese Export coin dish, marked Yoksang below, a silver bon-bon dish, Birmingham 1918, Boots Pure Drug Company, 1.8toz, together with a Mappin and Webb plated sugar drefter, a plated Christening set of pusher and spoon ...

£60 - £80

A group of seven Georgian silver teaspoons, together with eight other later silver teaspoons, an Edwardian silver cruet set, and a lidded mustard pot with spoon, 9.9toz weighable silver. (23)

£60 - £80

A group of Victorian and later silver wares, two cased sets of six teaspoons, including nine napkins rings, two silver caddy spoons, two dwarf candlesticks with weighted bases, silver backed dressing table mirror and two brushes, 12toz of weighable silver overall. (1 bag)

£70 - £90

A Victorian silver three piece tea set, with bright cut decoration and gadrooning to bases, comprising teapot, 21.8 by 9 by 12.5cm high, milk jug, 9.9 by 4.8 by 6.6vm high, and twin handled sugar bowl, 12.6 by 6.2 by 7cm, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., Sheffield 1891, combined total 13toz. (3)

£80 - £120

A George V silver circular lidded bowl, with 'MARY' engraved upon its lid, raised upon a circular base, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1913, 13.7 by 11.5cm, 12toz.

£80 - £120

A Chinese white metal cocktail shaker, in three parts, marked to base '85', 'LS', and with Chinese characters, 9.7 by 22cm, together with a Swedish white metal and cork bottle pourer. (2)

£80 - £120

A silver punch or toddy ladle inset with an 1800 George III coin, possibly a third Guinea, fitted to a baleen twist handle, 39cm, together with a Victorian silver and ivory handled page turner, Adie & Lovekin Ltd, 1890, 35cm. (2)

£80 - £120

A George V Irish silver tea pot, of compressed baluster form, with plain banding, the hinged cover with knop, Wakely & Wheeler, Dublin 1915, 12.7toz, 20 by 11 by 13.5cm high.

£80 - £120

An Edwardian silver and white metal mounted, cranberry glass claret jug, in the style of Alexander Crichton, in the form of a cockatoo, stamped 'AEG', London 1928, with replacement silver tail section, 24cm high.

£80 - £120

A Victorian silver novelty atomiser, modelled as an owl with chased silver head and cut glass conical body, John Grinsell and Sons, Birmingham 1892, head weighs 1.94toz, numbered 11654 to threaded collar, 8.5 by 14cm high.

£80 - £120

A group of five cased sets of silver flatware, comprising a set of twelve teaspoons with a pair of sugar tongs, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1908, two sets of six teaspoons, a set of six silver handled and silver bladed butter knives, and a set of six silver handled butter knives, 10.1toz total weighable silver. (37)

£80 - £120

An Edwardian three piece silver tea set, comprising a squat form teapot with ebonised finial and handle, 14cm high, milk jug and sugar bowl, Barker Brothers, Chester 1910, 18.4toz total. (3)

£150 - £200

A group of Georgian and later silver flatware, comprising a pair of George III ladles, both 17.1cm long, Christopher & Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1802, five silver teaspoons, and two fish knives, 9.8toz combined total. (12)

£80 - £120

A group of Victorian and later silver and tortoise shell dressing table items, including a silver lidded pot, 10.1 by 5.2cm high, A J Zimmerman, 1938, silver and tortoise shell hand mirror, brush and two lidded trinket pots, a Victorian silver topped cosmetics jar with stopper, 7.8 by 8.5cm high, two necessaire stands. (14)

£80 - £120

An Indian white metal cup, of baluster form, intricately decorated with flowers and foliage, with a King Cobra scrolled handle, 8.2cm wide (including handle), 6.7cm diameter, 9cm high, 4.11toz.

£80 - £120

A group of five silver oval photograph frames, comprising a set of four frames, each 14cm oval, Charles Edwin Turner, Birmingham 1936, and another 14.1cm oval, Boots Pure Drug Company, Birmingham, 1943. (5)

£80 - £120

A pair of early 20th century Indian white metal spherical bowls with profuse foliate engraving, on carved wooden stands, each 9cm high, 14toz overall. (4)

£80 - £120


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