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Showing 1-48 of 465 lots

This sale was held on Thursday 16th December 2021 at 12:00pm

A silver three piece teaset, by G F Westwood & Sons, Birmingham, 1920, teapot 15.5cm high, gross weight 986g.

£300 - £400

An Edwardian silver three handled bowl, by S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1910, 10.5cm high,

£100 - £120

A Victorian silver three piece tea set, by Frederick Elkington, Birmingham 1872, with engraved decoration, teapot 15cm high, 1225g.

£400 - £500

A Victorian silver three piece tea set, by John Newton Mappin, Sheffield 1887, with engraved floral decoration, teapot 11.5cm high, 776g.

£250 - £350

A silver fruit bowl, by Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1925, 20cm diameter, 484g.

£180 - £200

A pair of silver pepperettes, by Stokes & Ireland Ltd, Chester 1917, 12.4cm.

£80 - £100

A Victorian ivory handled silver paper knife, retailed by Barrett & Sons Piccadilly, London 1900, 25cm.

£50 - £70

A metal teapot, having carved horn mounts, engraved presentation from Gurkha Engineers 1961.

£200 - £300

A Victorian silver hot water jug, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1880, 14.5cm, gross weight 375g.

£100 - £150

A Victorian silver twin handled pedestal bowl, by Wakely & Wheeler, London 1895, width including handles 30cm, 797g.

£250 - £350

An Edwardian silver rectangular swing handled fruit basket, by E J Partridge, Birmingham 1903, 29cm long, 560g.

£200 - £300

Two silver sugar casters, one by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1913, 16.5cm high, 100g; the other by Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, 16cm high, 94g. (2)

£100 - £150

A good pair of George III cast silver sauce boats, by W B (probably William Bennett), London 1813, having gadrooned borders with scroll handles, 13cm high, 707g.

£500 - £700

A Victorian embossed silver pedestal bowl, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1894, relief decorated with fruit, 21cm wide, 602g.

£200 - £300

A silver sugar caster, by Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1938, 20cm, 152g.

£50 - £70

A leather cased graduated set of six Scottish silver mounted horn beakers, by William Dunningham & Co, Edinburgh 1938, having glass bases, largest 15cm, smallest 9cm.

£300 - £400

A silver sugar caster, of octagonal form, by Viners, Sheffield 1937, 17cm, 173g.

£60 - £80

A George II silver sauce boat, by W E? London 1759, 192g.

£150 - £200

A pair of Victorian silver entrée dishes and covers, by Frederick Elkington, Birmingham 1870, engraved with floral swags and festoons, with branch form handles, 27.5cm wide, 2798g. (2)

£800 - £1,000

A good Victorian silver novelty owl sugar caster, by Thomas, James & Nathaniel Creswick, Sheffield 1850, finely decorated and chased with feather decoration, with inset glass eyes, 13.5cm high.

£600 - £800

A white metal owl, 4.5cm high.

£50 - £70

A pierced silver pedestal bowl, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1912, 322g, 22.5cm diameter.

£100 - £150

A silver and tortoiseshell jewellery box, by Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1927, 9.2cm diameter.

£20 - £30

A silver and tortoiseshell oval trinket box, by Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1928, 10cm wide.

£40 - £60

A Victorian silver desk stand, by Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1844, engraved presentation, 19.5cm wide, 365g weighable.

£100 - £150

An early 20th century silver combination desk paper clip and note pad holder, having shield shaped base, by W & G Neal, London, 10.5cm long

£50 - £70

An Edwardian silver salver, having an ornate pierced scroll border, by Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield 1910, 28cm, 636g.

£200 - £250

A pair of silver novelty dolphin and shell salts, by Richard Lawton Ltd, London 1988, 5cm high, 123g.

£50 - £70

A Victorian silver fiddle pattern soup ladle, by Charles Shaw, London 1845, 244g.

£50 - £80

A George III silver fiddle pattern serving spoon, by Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1808, 130g.

£50 - £70

A Victorian silver and leather mounted glass hip flask, by John Linegar, Birmingham 1879, 13.3cm.

£120 - £150

An Edwardian silver novelty bell pin cushion, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1907, 4.9cm high.

No Estimate

A George III silver chamberstick, by John Emes, London 1802, 8cm high, 159g.

No Estimate

A pair of cased engine turned silver napkin rings, by J G Ltd, Birmingham 1953, 50g.

£25 - £30

A white metal rectangular trinket box, having chased scroll and floral decoration, 10.7cm long.

No Estimate

An 18th century Portuguese silver gilt snuff box, indistinctly stamped and marked, having floral and scroll decorated hinged lid, 9.2cm wide.

£150 - £200

An Edwardian silver hip flask, by W & G Neal, London 1901, 12cm high, 108g.

£50 - £70

A pair of silver twin handled pedestal dishes, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1908/1912, 10.5cm high x 11.5cm wide, 192g. (2)

£40 - £60

A silver salver, by William Aitken, Birmingham 1911, 21cm diameter, 293g.

£130 - £150

A silver salver, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1934, 20.5cm diameter, 359g.

£130 - £150

A silver cream jug, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1913, 9cm high, 164g.

£50 - £70

An Edwardian silver mug, by The Alexander Clark Manufacturing Co, Birmingham 1906, 9cm, 168g.

£70 - £90

Two silver photograph frames, by Carrs of Sheffield Ltd, Sheffield 1992/3, each 24cm high.

£40 - £60

A pair of silver bottle coasters, by Nat Joseph, London 1966, 13.4cm diameter.

£120 - £150

An Edwardian silver twin handled quaich, maker's mark rubbed, London 1901, of lobed form with pierced handles, 18cm wide, 156g.

£50 - £80

A late Victorian silver photograph frame, decorated game birds, by William Comyns & Sons, London 1901, 15cm high.

£80 - £120

Two similar white metal twin handled wine tasters, probably 18th century continental, each 10cm diameter, 84g and 101g. (2)

£80 - £120

A silver twin handled dish, by Royal Irish Silver Co, Sheffield 1973, 13cm, 134.5g.

£70 - £90


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