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This sale was held on 17/01/2020 at 10:00am

ELKINGTON & CO; a silver plated novelty spoon warmer modelled as a nautilus shell, stand marks and No. 5802 to feet, approx 12.5 x 13.5cm.

£40 - £60

WMF; an early 20th century clear cut glass powder bowl, with silver plated hinged lid featuring repoussé Art Nouveau bust of a lady, stamped marks to lid, diameter 15cm.

£30 - £50

A large silver plated three branch four sconce candelabrum on tapered column to spreading circular foot, height approx 59cm, and a single candle stick (2).

£50 - £80

A mixed group of silver plated items including two tureens, an ewer, a cruet, two model cockerels, a mug, etc.

£30 - £50

A group of electroplated items to include trays, cutlery, a bull's head knife rest, etc.

£30 - £50

A mixed group of silver plated items including oval tray, claret jug, sauce boat etc.

£30 - £50

ONEIDA; a canteen of silver plated cutlery.

£20 - £40

WALKER & HALL; an oak cased canteen of silver plated cutlery and a silver plated three piece cake serving set.

£30 - £50

A group of Danish silver plated loose flatware with hammered finish and stylised detail, also a pin dish with shaped rim, a pepper, etc.

£30 - £50

RICHARD NEALE (probably); a rare mid-17th century Commonwealth hallmarked silver tastevin, circa 1655, with pin punch floral decoration including thistle to bowl centre, initialled 'AS' to rim, makers mark rubbed, London, width 18.4cm, approx 1.4ozt/44.7g.

£3,000 - £4,000

JOSEPH CLARE I; a George I hallmarked silver tankard of plain tapered form with scrolling thumb piece and S-scroll handle, with initials 'AT', further engraved 'Ex:Dono;E.C 29:3' to base, London 1718, height 20.2cm, approx 29.1ozt/907g.

£2,000 - £3,000

JOHN HENRY POTTER; a George V hallmarked silver three piece coffee set with gadrooned detail, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and cream jug, Sheffield 1921, also a teapot by Atkin Bros, Sheffield 1950, and a hot water pot by John Millward Banks, Chester 1901, approx 42ozt/1306g (5).

£400 - £600

ISRAEL SIGMUND GREENBERG; a George V Art Deco three piece tea set, Birmingham 1934, height of hot water pot 21cm, combined approx 45ozt/1401g (3).

£300 - £400

S BLANCKENSEE & SON LTD; an Edward VII hallmarked silver teapot of square form, Birmingham 1909, approx 22.2ozt/691.8g, also a hallmarked silver three piece dressing table set, Birmingham 1922 (4).

£80 - £120

COOPER BROTHERS; a boxed Elizabeth II hallmarked silver teapot, stamped 'Regent' to base, length approx 26cm, Sheffield 1975, approx 10.4ozt/323g.

£80 - £120

CHARLES REILY & GEORGE STORER; a Victorian hallmarked silver teapot, the finial with applied floral mount, London 1841, approx 23.6ozt/737.2g.

£100 - £150

VINERS LTD; a George VI hallmarked silver teapot of octagonal form, Sheffield 1946, approx 17.3ozt/540.3g.

£80 - £120

FINNIGANS LTD; a George V hallmarked silver twin handled pedestal bowl of plain form, stamped 'Finnigans Ltd Manchester' to base, London 1912, 9.6 x 26.5cm, approx 10.7ozt/333g.

£150 - £250

ADIE BROTHERS LTD; a George V hallmarked silver twin handled pedestal bowl, Birmingham 1930, diameter 25.5cm, approx 13.2ozt.

£80 - £120

WALKER & HALL; a George V hallmarked silver octagonal tazza with chevron detailed rim and pierced detail, on waisted stem to spreading foot, Sheffield 1928, diameter 21cm, approx 10.4ozt/323g.

£80 - £120

P LOPEZ G; a Mexican sterling silver twin handled ice bucket, tapered form with cast foliate rim, marked to base, 12.2 x 17.5cm, approx 10.4ozt/323g.

£50 - £80

A circa 1900 Continental white metal mounted clear glass jug, possibly Austro-Hungarian, the hinged lid with eagle finial, with faceted body on spreading circular foot, height approx 29.5cm.

£150 - £250

An Elizabeth II hallmarked silver collared clear glass decanter with etched floral detail and stopper, London 1972, height 28cm.

£40 - £60

F G FLAVELL LTD; an Elizabeth II hallmarked silver collared clear cut glass decanter with stopper, Birmingham 1977, height 27cm.

£40 - £60

A pair of 19th/early 20th century French silver mounted clear cut glass pedestal bowls with repoussé foliate detail on waisted stems to spreading circular feet, maker's mark F&I featuring star within circle in diamond lozenge, diameter of each approx 19.7cm (2).

£200 - £300

NERESHEIMER & CO; an early 20th century German silver pierced foliate motif twin handled basket with cast detail raised on four shaped feet, bearing pseudo-Hanau and import marks for Berthold Muller, Chester 1906, width 31cm, approx 15.3ozt/477.5g.

£200 - £300

VINER'S LTD; a George VI hallmarked silver rectangular shaped dish, Sheffield 1945, approx 11.8ozt.

£100 - £150

J BLANCKENSEE & SON LTD; a George V hallmarked silver Art Nouveau style dressing table tray, Birmingham 1914, length 30.5cm, approx 10.3ozt/321.5g.

£100 - £150

ELKINGTON & CO; an Elizabeth II hallmarked silver twin handled rectangular tray of shaped outline, Sheffield 1966, 27.5 x 60.5cm, approx 63ozt/1959g.

£550 - £650

LIBERTY & CO; an Edward VII hallmarked silver Arts and Crafts circular bowl with simple detail to rim and hand hammered finish, numbered 50179 to base, Birmingham 1902, diameter 10.5cm, approx 2.7ozt/85.7g.

£60 - £100

CHARLES S GREEN & CO LTD; an Elizabeth II hallmarked silver mug of baluster form, with engraved initials, Birmingham 1957, a sterling silver mug with engraved name 'Timothy Woodhouse' and dated 1961, and a hallmarked silver trophy cup  with engraved inscription 'Timperley Parish Club Bowling Section presented by C Applewhite Esq 1954, won by F Burgess', approx 14.5ozt/451.1g.

£80 - £120

GEORGE FOX; a Victorian hallmarked silver Christening mug with chased foliate scrolls, beaded oval panels and stars, with gilt interior and S-scroll handle to heart shaped finger rest, London 1873, height 9cm, and an oval dish with shaped rim and repoussé foliate decoration (af), approx 7.4ozt/230g (2).

£60 - £100

EJ HOULSTON; a George VI hallmarked silver christening mug, engraved 'Judith' to central body, Birmingham 1943, approx weight 3.12ozt/96.8g.

£20 - £40

WAKELY & WHEELER; a George VI hallmarked silver twin handled pedestal trophy cup, London 1947, approx 6.8ozt/213.4g.

£40 - £60

WALKER & HALL; a pair of Victorian hallmarked silver candlesticks with foliate detail and carved ivory columns on stepped square sectioned bases, Sheffield 1892, height 16cm (2).

£300 - £500

A Dutch silver menorah on loaded spreading circular base, approx 18.5 x 18cm (af), a kiddush cup by Joseph Zimmerman, Chester 1919 and a smaller white metal example bearing map of Israel in relief with marks in Hebrew, weighable silver/white metal 2.7ozt/83g (3).

£40 - £60

A late 19th century German silver lidded ewer with stylised repoussé detail and shaped wooden handle on spreading circular foot, stamped 'N' and 'M' marks to foot rim, height 21.5cm, approx 9.2ozt/287.1g.

£80 - £120

STERLING HONOURS; a hallmarked silver wine coaster, London 2010, fitted in cardboard box, a 925 silver pill box with repoussé decoration of a girl on a swing, silver mounted scent bottle, Birmingham 1906, etc (5).

£30 - £50

BROADWAY & CO; a set of six Elizabeth II hallmarked silver mounted coasters with engine turned detail, Birmingham 1978, diameter 8.2cm (6).

£30 - £50

ALEXANDER FIELD (probably); a George IV hallmarked silver wine funnel with reeded and beaded detail, engraved with bull's head memorial device, London 1834, height 12.5cm, approx 2.4ozt/76g.

£100 - £150

An early 20th century hallmarked silver curved hip flask with detachable cup, approx 4.3ozt/134g.

£60 - £100

F BURTON CROSBEE; a George V hallmarked silver hip flask of plain form, Birmingham 1930, 9.7 x 8.2cm, approx 4.2ozt/130g.

£30 - £50

HESTERMANN & ERNST; a pair of circa 1900 German 800 grade silver circular boxes with hinged lids featuring repoussé detail of fruits and berries, both marked to base, diameter 9.5cm, approx 7.7ozt/242.1g (2).

£200 - £300

JOSEPH GLOSTER LTD; a George V hallmarked silver rectangular cigarette box, the cover with engine turned decoration surrounding a crest, the body with presentation inscription 'Sir Perry Woodhouse DL JP on the occasion of his 70th birthday, by the members of Mellor & Townscliff Golf Club 13th January 1926', Birmingham 1924, length 15cm, also a hallmarked silver cigarette case with engine turned decoration ...

£80 - £120

A WILCOX; an Elizabeth II hallmarked silver mounted rectangular cigarette box, 11 x 17cm, a cigarette case with monogrammed initials and a white metal peacock menu holder (af), weighable hallmarked silver approx 2.0ozt.

£40 - £60

WILLIAM ADAMS LTD; a George V hallmarked silver rectangular engine turned cigarette box, inscribed to lid 'R.H.G.', Birmingham 1936, 12 x 16cm.

£50 - £80

JESS A ROSE & SON; an Elizabeth II hallmarked silver cigarette box, with engine turned decoration and vacant cartouche to the lid, London 1959, width 16cm.

£30 - £50

CHARLES COOKE; an Edward VII hallmarked silver cigarette case, with monogrammed cartouche, Chester 1902, approx 2.6ozt.

£40 - £60


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