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This sale was held on Friday 19th August 2022 at 4:00pm

A small group of silver items, comprising four dishes with whist suits, 7.2cm, six teaspoons, and a fancy pattern butter spread, 18cm long, 7.04toz total weight. (11)

£20 - £30

A Continental white metal pen, early 20th century, modelled as a feather quill with holder for a removable nib, filigree handle and feather, unmarked, 16.8g, 21cm long, in a black leather and red silk lined fitted case.

£30 - £50

An Elizabeth II silver compact mirror, by Kigu of London, of square form with engraved decoration, the engine turned internal lift lid protecting a makeup compartment, bearing the embossed KIGU logo, with slip catch, presentation engraved 'To Enid on her 21st Birthday with love Mum & Dad 25th December 1967', hallmarked, Kigu Ltd, London 1966, 0.9 by 7.2 by 7.2cm, 4.13toz gross, in black soft slip...

£30 - £50

A George III silver ladle, Old English pattern, Peter & William Bateman, London 1812, 1.57 toz, 16.5cm long.

£30 - £50

A silver posy vase stand and glass trumpet vase with frilled edge, indistinctly marked, possibly Chester, overall weight 6.32 toz, 7.5 by 7.5 by 19cm high.

£30 - £50

An Edwardian silver fob chain, 28.5g, 43cm, together with an Edwardian silver folding pocket fruit knife with carved mother of pearl handle. (2)

£30 - £50

A set of six silver teaspoons, with apostle terminals, Mappin & Webb, together with an 800 silver fancy spoon, the bowl cast with a depiction of Jesus as a child swaddled in cloth, the stem cast with an angel with folded wings and terminal of a full angel figure, 81.4g. (7)

£40 - £60

A collection of Victorian and later silver, including a a pin dish with heavily rubbed hallmarks, 12.3 by 1.5cm high, two George v silver framed small photograph frames, one circular with ribbon surmount, 14 by 12.2cm overall, and a small rectangular frame, 5.5 by 8cm high, a small trophy, rubbed maker's marks, London 1890, a/f, 3.76toz of weighable silver. (1 bag)

£40 - £60

An ERII silver dish with scalloped edge, Mappin and Web Ltd., Sheffield 1952, 2.12 toz, 10.5 by 4cm high.

£40 - £60

An Edward VII silver christening mug with embossed mother, child, and sheep to front, I S Greenberg & Co. Birmingham 1907, 2.37 toz, 8 by 5.5 by 7.5cm high.

£40 - £60

A set of six Victorian silver teaspoons, H J Lias & Son (Henry John Lias & Henry John Lias), London 1868, 4.10toz, 14.5cm long, together with a pair of silver plated grape shears, sugar shovel, shell bowl berry spoon, and a three piece tea service. (12)

£40 - £60

A collection of silver mounted items, including an ERII silver mounted travel clock, 6.3 by 2 by 9.3cm high overall, Carr's of Sheffield Ltd. Sheffield 1994, three scent bottles with silver tops, together with a bronzed Oriental lion, 9cm long. (11)

£40 - £60

A silver bowl, with decorative rim, raised on three pierced feet, 19 by 8cm high, 4.98toz.

£40 - £60

Five silver manicure items in an associated box, four by S Blanckensee & Son Ltd marked Chester and Birmingham.

£40 - £60

A cased set of six fish knives and six fish forks, Queens pattern, silver handles marked Yates Brothers, Sheffield 1908, overall weight 13.89 toz.

£50 - £80

A pair of silver candlesticks, on green leather bases, George Unite & Sons, Birmingham 1902, total weight 14.9 toz, each 9 by 7 by 17.5 cm. (2)

£50 - £80

A collection of thirteen silver buttons, together with a group of four white metal doll house furniture pieces. (17)

£50 - £80

A silver dish, of boat form with pierced decoration, 23.5 by 12 by 5.5cm high, 6.5toz.

£50 - £80

A silver dish, of boat form with pierced decoration, 28 by 17.5 by 5cm high, 5.3toz.

£50 - £80

A silver pedestal bowl, of octagonal form with pierced gallery edge, raised on a tapering foot, 15.5 by 8cm high, 7.37toz.

£50 - £80

A collection of Concord memorabilia including a silver frame and paper clip, both Carrs, Sheffield 2003, a Danbury Mint silver ingot commemorating the inauguration of the Concord, Birmingham 1976, two glass paperweights, seven commemorative and first day covers, including one signed by Brian Trubshaw, a Wedgewood paperweight, a selection of badges, a white metal concord pendant, and Matchbox and Corgi...

£50 - £80

A group of silver items, comprising a three piece cruet set, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1957, with two associated spoons, cased, three napkin rings, a pair of sugar nips, a shoe horn, and abutter spreader with mother of pearl handle, 6.68toz weighable silver. (11)

£50 - £80

A pair of silver lidded mustard pots, of cauldron form with scroll handle and attached thumb pieces, raised on three hoof feet, with blue glass liners, together with two associated silver mustard spoons, each 9 by 7 by 6cm high, 9.07toz total weighable silver. (4)

£50 - £80

A small George V / VI silver tankard, of baluster form with foliate thumb rest, probably M Beaver Ltd, London 1936, 7.5 by 10.5cm high, 7.3toz, together with a Victorian silver pierced dish, Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham 1895, 1.6toz, 12cm by 2cm high, and a George VI silver jewellery box, with green silk interior, on four small feet, Alexander Clark & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1938, 10 by 8.5 by 4cm...

£50 - £80

A small collection of silver, including a Victorian silver stirrup cup, in the form of an oversized thimble, cast to side 'Just a thimbleful' around a monogram engraved shield, George Unite, Birmingham 1877, 4.3 by 5.3cm, 63g, in a fitted black leather box branded for 'Lambert, Silversmiths & Jewellers to the Queen...', a cased Christening set with napkin, 105g, and tea strainer with turned wooden...

£50 - £80

A group of four 18th and 19th century silver salt and mustard spoons, together with two teaspoons, and a snuff bottle ‘spoon’ with anthemion finial, total combined weight 3.2toz. (7)

£50 - £80

Three pieces of silver, comprising a pair of dwarf candle holders, marked W I Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1966, a dish decorated with horseshoe patterns, Miller Brothers, Birmingham 1897, together with a white metal wine funnel, overall weight of silver items 8.28 toz. (1 bag)

£50 - £80

A collection of six silver-topped glass bottles, including two small jars with floral-patterned tops, and a larger jar, Mappin & Webb, London 1889, total weight of tops 1.98 toz, largest 7.5 by 4.5 by 9.5 cm. (1 bag)

£50 - £80

A pair of Victorian canisters, comprising a silver canister with ornate decoration, London 1901, and a glass canister with silver and tortoise shell lid, indistinctly marked Birmingham, overall weight 10.79 toz, largest 7.5 by 7.5 by 8.5 cm. (1 bag)

£50 - £80

An Edwardian silver gilt commemorative bowl, of boat form with pierced sides and repousse scrolls to its top rim, engraved presentation inscription '1901 W 1951', Sutherland & Roden (George Guirren Rhoden), Sheffield 1905, 5.61toz, 24.5 by 17.5 by 5cm high, with fitted case.

£50 - £80

A George VI silver tankard, engraved with initials, possibly 'J.W.M', scroll handle raised upon a stepped circular base, S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd. Birmingham 1940, 6.96toz, 13.5 by 9 by 12.5cm high.

£60 - £80

A set of six silver gilt and enamel coffee spoons, in case, marked '925 S. G. G.', total weight 1.48 toz, each spoon 9.5 cm long. (1 bag)

£60 - £80

A Victorian matching sugar bowl and milk jug, marked Wakely & Wheeler, London 1897, total weight 3.99 toz, sugar bowl 8 by 8 by 5.5 cm. (1 bag)

£60 - £80

An Edwardian silver and enamel, cut glass dressing table set, with seven pieces, the glass engraved with floral swags and having fluted bases, the silver tops with pale gold coloured enamel, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1928, largest perfume bottle 8.4cm high. (7)

£60 - £90

A pair of Victorian silver salts, of cauldron form with beaded rims, raised on three hoof feet, each 8.5 by 6cm high, together with two associated silver mustard spoons, 11cm long, 9.9toz combined total. (4)

£60 - £90

A George III silver six division toast rack, with heart shaped dividers and shell handles, raised on four feet, 19 by 9 by 13cm high, 6.64toz.

£60 - £90

A George VI silver twin handled cup bearing inscription 'District Commander's Proficiency Cup 1943-44 won by Headquarters Company 3rd (East Elloe) Bn. Home Guards', Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1943, 8.7toz, 18.5 by 12.8 by 10cm high.

£70 - £90

A collection of George III and later silver, including a George III silver teaspoon, with initial 'M' to its terminal, rubbed maker's marks but possibly Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1795, 12.2cm long, a Victorian silver Albert chain, with fob G Loveridge & Co. (George Loveridge), London 1892, chain 39cm long, a silver cased key wind pocket watch a/f, a napkin ring, mustard pot with blue glass liner,...

£70 - £90

Four pieces of George V and later silver, comprising two George V sauce boats, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1927, 15 by 8.5 by 7.5cm high, and two ERII silver pin trays, of quatrefoil form, both inscribed 'K.LM.C RICHMOND PLATE MRS M. MAWBY' one dated '1960' the other '1963', both hallmarked Charles S Green & Co Ltd. Birmingham 1960, 8 by 8 by 0.5cm high, overall 8.24toz. (4)

£70 - £90

A collection of George V silver and later silver, including a George V silver backed hand mirror 27cm long, two hairbrushes, H J Cooper & Co Ltd. Birmingham 1923, one brush dated 1922, a clothes brush, W G Sothers Ltd. Birmingham 1924, and another with rubbed maker's marks, Birmingham 1925, together with a cased set of six silver handled butter knives, also two silver pocket watch cases a/f, 3.05toz...

£70 - £90

Three pieces of George V and later silver, comprising a George V silver sauce boat, Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1914, 15.5 by 9 by 8.5cm high, together with a pair of George VI silver bon bon dishes, of circular form with stepped bases, Sanders & Mackenzie (Ernest Wilfred Sanders & Henry Arthur Mackenzie), Birmingham 1945, 10.5 by 5cm high, overall 8.47toz. (3)

£70 - £90

A group of silver items, comprising a Victorian silver goblet, rubbed marks, London 1887, and four silver napkin rings, including one by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1906. (5)

£70 - £90

A collection of Victorian and later silver, including a pair of Victorian sauce ladles, both engraved with the inital 'M', both hallmarked Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1897, 18.5cm long, two cased sets of six silver teaspoons, a George V set, H Hunt, Sheffield 1922, and a ERII set, James Dixon & Sons Ltd. Sheffield 1953, overall 10.96toz. (1 bag)

£80 - £120

A George V silver cruet set, with fitted case, comprising a mustard pot with blue glass line 7 by 5 by 6.5cm high, with condiment spoon, four salt cauldrons with blue glass liners, with three silver salt spoons and one EPNS salt spoon, two pepper pots, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd. London 1927, overall 10.35toz silver.

£80 - £120

Three Victorian silver vases, comprising a pair, James Dixon & Sons Ltd. Sheffield 1899, and another James Dixon & Sons Ltd., Sheffield 1898, all with blank cartouches, each 9.2 by 8cm high, total combined weight 9.71toz. (3)

£80 - £120

A group of George V and later silver wares, comprising an ERII wine coaster with oak base, M C Hersey & Son Ltd, London 2000, 13 by 3.5cm high, a mustard pot, a salt, a pepper pot, a condiment spoon, all Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd. London 1931, another condiment spoon Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd. Sheffield 1929, a pepper pot and a spirit label for whisky, Francis Howard Ltd. Sheffield...

£80 - £120

An Art Deco set of six George Jensen teaspoons, 1933-1944 mark, in case, total weight 2.83 toz, each spoon 10.5 cm. (1 bag)

£80 - £120

A Tiffany & Co. silver christening mug, early 20th century, engraved 'WRP' monogram to front, total weight 5.52 toz, 10 by 7.3 by 9 cm.

£80 - £120


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