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This sale was held on 28/11/2017 at 10:00 am

A William and Mary silver gilt two-handled porringer and cover, the body and cover embossed with reeded and fluted gadroon ornament, the cover with acorn pattern finial and with twin cast scroll handles, 7.75ins high, hallmarked London 1691, makers mark ""H.R"" between pellets in shaped shield, the interior engraved ""To Richard Butler, Charteris, From Sophia Katherine Des Voeux, In Memory of His ...

£800 - £1,200

A harlequin George V silver five piece tea and coffee set with shell scroll and gadroon mounts, bulbous part reeded bodies, on cast paw pattern feet, comprising - teapot, 5.5ins high, coffee pot, 9ins high, and hot water pot, 9ins high, all with ebonised angular loop handles and finials, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug with C-scroll handles cast with cornucopia of flowers, all by Catchpole & ...

£900 - £1,200

A George V silver oval four piece tea service of panelled form, with scroll mounts, high scroll handles and on leaf cast and scroll supports, comprising - teapot, 7ins high, hot water pot, 8.5ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, by Lawson & Co, Glasgow 1912 (gross weight 65ozs)

£700 - £900

A George VI silver four piece tea service of spherical form, the rims cast with band of Celtic motifs, with C-scroll handles, on circular footrim, comprising - teapot, 5ins high, hot water pot, 7ins high, each with stained wood handles and finials, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug by Wakely & Wheeler, London 1948 (gross weight 58ozs)

£600 - £800

A 20th Century Indian silvery metal three piece tea service of ""Art Deco"" design, of bulbous lobed form, on cast feet, comprising - teapot with ivory C-scroll handle and finial, 5.25ins high, milk jug and sugar basin, by Vummidiar (gross weight 43ozs)
Note: Please be aware that according to CITES Regulations, it will be necessary to acquire an export licence to export this lot of ivory outside ...


£500 - £700

A George V silver octagonal three piece tea service of panelled form, with C-scroll handles and on circular moulded footrim, comprising - teapot with stained wood finial and handle, 7.5ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug by Robert Stewart, Glasgow 1931 (41ozs)

£400 - £500

An Edward VII silver circular three piece tea service of bulbous squat form, comprising - teapot with ebonised C-scroll handle and finial, 4.75ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug with angular moulded handles, by Daniel & John Wellby, London 1907 (gross weight 31ozs)

£300 - £400

A George V silver circular three piece tea service with reeded mounts, plain bodies, angular scroll handles, on circular footrims, comprising - teapot with ebonised finial and handle, 6ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1933 (weight 34ozs)

£275 - £350

A George V silver circular three piece tea service of bulbous squat form, with egg and dart mounts, C-scroll handles, on circular footrims, comprising - teapot with ebonised handle and finial, 6ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, by Roberts & Dore, Birmingham 1932 (gross weight 22ozs)

£200 - £300

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A George III silver oval teapot with plain body, reeded domed lid and part reeded spout, with fruitwood C-scroll handle and finial, 6.25ins high, by John Schofield, London 1793 (gross weight 15ozs - engraved with monograms)

£350 - £500

A George IV silver circular teapot of bulbous squat form, with gadroon mounts, the whole embossed with floral and leaf scroll ornament, the slightly domed lid with flame pattern finial, leaf capped C-scroll handle, on circular moulded and reeded footrim, 7.5ins high, by William Hewitt, London 1823 (weight 31ozs - engraved with crest of White-Baker)

£300 - £500

A George V silver baluster-shaped coffee pot with bead mounts, the slightly domed cover with acorn pattern finial, ebonised scroll handle, on circular footrim, 11ins high, by George Perkins, London 1910, and retailed by Chapple & Mantell, 32 Strand WC (gross weight 27ozs)

£300 - £400

An Edward VII silver oval teapot with part reeded lid and body, ebonsied angular handle and finial, 5.5ins high, by The Goldsmith & Silversmith Company, London 1903 (gross weight 8ozs)

£80 - £120

A Victorian silver circular two-handled sugar basin of bulbous squat form, with shell and leaf pattern mounts, the body embossed with flowers and leaf ornament within lobed panels, moulded C-scroll handles and panelled feet, 5.25ins high, by John Smyth, Dublin 1855 (weight 16ozs - engraved with crest)

£150 - £200

An Edward VII silver salver of shaped and moulded outline, on three scroll supports, 12.5ins diameter, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd, London 1907, and retailed by H.L. Brown & Sons, Sheffield (weight 34ozs - with presentation inscription to centre dated March 6th 1931)

£350 - £450

A pair of Edward VII silver gilt hand beaten circular plates, inscribed to back of one ""Pair of Silver Gilt Plates, Hand Beaten and Gilded by Alice, Wife of Archer Earl Amherst, as a Gift to the Duke and Duchess of Somerset 1903"", each engraved with initials and coronets to border, 8.5ins diameter, London 1902 (weight 13ozs)

£120 - £160

A George VI silver tazza of shaped outline, the border pierced and cast with fruiting vines, on circular footrim, 12ins diameter x 2.5ins high, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1946, and retailed by Asprey of London (weight 30ozs)

£300 - £400

A George V silver circular tazza of shaped outline, the border pierced and cast with fruiting vines and on circular footrim, 9ins diameter x 1.75ins high, by Z. Barraclough & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1934, and retailed by Asprey of London (weight 17ozs)

£180 - £200

Two Elizabeth II silver commemorative plates - Queens Silver Jubilee 1952-1977, engraved with profile bust of the Queen within wreath, 9ins diameter, by Roberts & Dore Ltd, and ""Royal Wedding 1981"", 9ins diameter, by St. James House Company, London 1981, and six Edward VII silver teaspoons, Birmingham 1904 (cased - weight 23ozs)

£200 - £300

An Elizabeth II silver and parcel gilt commemorative plate - The Royal Wedding ""July 29th 1981"", with moulded rim, cast with Royal emblems, 9ins diameter, by Barrowclift Silvercraft, Birmingham 1981, and a pair of silver and parcel gilt commemorative goblets, the footrims engraved ""HRH The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer, 29th July 1981"", 4.5ins high, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1981 (weight ...

£200 - £300

A George II silver circular waiter with shaped and moulded rim cast with leaf and scroll ornament, the centre engraved with crest (rubbed) and later engraved with fruit, floral and scroll ornament, 7ins diameter, by William Peaston, London 1752 (weight 10ozs)

£120 - £160

A George V silver circular waiter of shaped and moulded outline, 8ins diameter, by Hamilton & Co Ltd of Calcutta, Delhi and Simla, London 1920 (weight 10ozs)

£150 - £200

A George V silver circular two-handled basket with shaped rim and pierced oval panels, cast wreath and ribbon pattern handles, on circular footrim, 8ins diameter x 3.75ins high, by J.H. & Co, London 1913 (weight 15ozs)

£150 - £200

A pair of Edward VII silver oval pillar candlesticks of Neo-Classical fluted form, with urn pattern sconces, tapered stems, on oval bases with reeded mounts, 12.5ins high, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1906 (loaded)

£400 - £600

A pair of George V silver pillar candlesticks with fluted sconces and tapered stems, on circular bases, 7.25ins high, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd, London 1913 (loaded)

£100 - £150

An Edward VII silver twin branch candelabrum, the knopped stem with double C-scroll branches, with moulded sconces and on circular moulded base, 8.75ins high, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1904 (loaded)

£150 - £200

A pair of Elizabeth II silver two light candelabra, the knopped stems with twin C-scroll branches, on circular moulded bases, 10.5ins high, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, 1961-63 (loaded)

£250 - £350

A Victorian silver two-handled prize cup - ""Thanet Gun Club Members Challenge Cup"", with reeded mounts and part reeded body, leaf capped high scroll and reeded handles, on circular footrim, 12.75ins high, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1895 (weight 31ozs - with presentation inscription), ebonised plinth base, with shaped silver plaque to front with corresponding presentation inscription

£300 - £400

An Edward VII silver two-handled prize cup - ""Point to Point Races (At Brook 1914) Farmers Race"", with moulded girdle to body, the lower part with cast strapwork, with leaf capped double C-scroll handles, on circular footrim, 6.25ins high, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1908 (weight 17ozs - with presentation inscription and crest), and ebonised plinth base for same

£150 - £200

An Elizabeth II silver mounted and Dartington glass claret jug with scroll handle, on circular footrim, and clear glass stopper for same, 12.75ins high, mounts by J.A. Campbell, London 2001

£150 - £200

A late Victorian silver rectangular casket of bombe outline and with slightly domed lid, with gadroon mounts, the whole chased and embossed with scroll, floral and leaf ornament, with vacant cartouche to lid and cloth lined interior, 7.75ins x 5.5ins x 3.5ins high, by James Deakin & Sons, Chester 1895 (lined)

£300 - £400

An Elizabeth II plain cast silver circular chamber candlestick of ""Georgian"" design, with moulded edge, leaf capped open scroll handle, 6ins diameter, 7.375ins wide (with handle) x 3.5ins high, complete with snuffer, by Rodney C. Pettit, London 1988 (weight 17ozs)

£250 - £350

Private Collection of Silver
A George III silver oval box, the lid engraved with the initials ""M.C"", within shield cartouche flanked by leaves, 1.125ins x .875ins x .25ins, by I.T., Birmingham 1797 (weight 0.175ozs), and red leather case for same (clasp missing), three Georgian small silver vinaigrettes, and a Victorian vinaigrette (combined weight 0.70ozs)


£250 - £350

A George IV silver rectangular vinaigrette, the lid engraved ""Maria"" in rectangular cartouche, within oval wriggle-work engraved border and with leaf ornament to spandrels, 1.625ins x 1.25ins x .375ins high, possibly by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1822 (weight 0.68ozs), and a George III silver rectangular snuff box of curved outline, engraved with leaf ornament, 2ins x 1ins x .5ins, possibly by ...

£120 - £160

A Victorian silver rectangular vinaigrette of shaped outline, engraved with scroll cartouche and cross-hatched decoration, 1.25ins x .75ins x .375ins, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1855 (weight 0.48ozs), and a George V silver rectangular snuff box of shaped outline, engraved with initials ""J.H.P"" to lid, 1.75ins x 1.25ins x .5ins high (weight 1.13ozs)

£120 - £160

A George III silver rectangular snuff box of reeded form, engraved ""Pam"" to oval cartouche of lid, 2.875ins x 1.75ins x .75ins high, by C.B., London 1802 (weight 2.8ozs)

£120 - £160

A George III silver rectangular snuff box with moulded mounts and engine turned panels, the lid engraved with initials within shield shaped cartouche, with scroll thumbpiece, 2.75ins x 1.875ins x .625ins, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1827 (weight 2.44ozs - some rubbing)

£120 - £160

A George IV silver rectangular snuff box with cast leaf scroll thumbpiece and engine turned ornament, engraved with initials ""A.B"" to lid, 3.25ins x 1.5ins x .875ins high, by T.P, London 1824 (weight 2.8ozs)

£120 - £160

A William IV silver rectangular snuff box with cast leaf scroll thumbpiece, engine turned lid and base and reeded sides, engraved ""Souvenir de Cf de Lettz"" to rectangular cartouche of lid, 2.875ins x 1.625ins x .75ins high, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1830 (weight 2.59ozs - engraved inscription to interior ""Remember Me J.A.D"")

£120 - £160

A Victorian silver rectangular snuff box with scroll mounts, engine turned lid and base and reeded sides, the lid engraved ""Presented to Smith Lancashire, Esq, June 30th 1893"", 2.75ins x 1.625ins x .625ins, by Francis Clark, Birmingham 1840 (weight 2.82ozs)

£120 - £160

A Victorian silver table snuff box of shaped outline, with reeded mounts, engraved with leaf scroll ornament and with vacant cartouche to lid, 4ins x 1.875ins x 1.375ins, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1852 (weight 5.91ozs)

£200 - £300

An Edward VII silver rectangular snuff box of shaped outline, with plain mounts and thumbpiece and engine turned ornament, engraved with initials to circular cartouche of lid, 2.25ins x 1.5ins x .5ins, by George Randle, Birmingham 1909 (weight 1.33ozs), and an Elizabeth II silver rectangular snuff box with floral and scroll mounts and engine turned ornament, 3.125ins x 2ins x .75ins, by S.J. Phillips ...

£200 - £300

A George III silver rectangular snuff box, the lid inset with red and moss agate panel with in-curved sides, 2.5ins x 1.75ins x .75ins high, by John Shaw, Birmingham 1811 (gross weight 2.17ozs - crack and flake chips to agate)

£120 - £160

A Victorian silver snuff box of shaped outline, the lid inset with moss agate, the sides and base engraved with leaf scroll ornament and with shaped thumbpiece, 2.5ins x 1.75ins x .875ins, by David Pettifer, Birmingham 1852 (gross weight 1.92ozs - crack and chips to agate)

£100 - £150

A plain silvery metal and agate mounted rectangular snuff box with polished agate top, 2.5ins x 2ins x 1.25ins high, and a George IV plain silver and agate mounted circular watch case, 1.875ins diameter, by James Jackson II, possibly London 1824

£100 - £150

An 18th Century silvery metal mounted cowrie shell pattern snuff box, the mounts engraved with floral and trellis ornament and inset with oval shell to lid, 2.75ins x 1.5ins x 1.5ins high (hairline crack to shell and some rubbing to mounts)

£150 - £200

A George III silvery metal mounted cowrie shell pattern snuff box, 2.125ins x .625ins x 1ins (unmarked), a similar snuff box, 2.25ins x 1.625ins x .75ins high (with incomplete hallmarks - shell cracked), and one other similar snuff box, the plain lid engraved ""Robert Boyd"", 3ins x 2.125ins x 1.625ins high (incompletely marked - shell damaged)

£150 - £200


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