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This sale was held on 18/01/2019 at 10:00 am

An early 20th century electroplated photo frame embossed with 'Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son' scene, registered number 494435, aperture 13.5 x 9cm, with mahogany easel back.

£200 - £400

An early 20th century silver plated photo frame embossed with 'Seesaw, Majorie Daw' scene, registered number 494437, the rectangular aperture 13 x 9cm, with oak easel back.

£150 - £200

An early 20th century silver plated photo frame embossed with stylised lily of the valley motifs and figures, the aperture 20.5 x 16.5cm, with oak easel back.

£300 - £500

An early 20th century electroplated double photo frame with acanthus leaf and rose motifs decorated pediment, each rectangular aperture 14 x 10cm, with wire easel back.

£200 - £300

A cased canteen of silver plated Shell pattern cutlery by Allander of Sheffield (salt spoon associated).

£30 - £50

A large early 20th century oak canteen of associated plated cutlery with four piece plated tea set to the lower drawer, width of cabinet 54.5cm (af).

£50 - £80

An early 20th century oak cased part canteen of Old English pattern flatware including ivory handled knives and a four piece meat and game carving set, also a small group of loose flatware to include Duchess Plate pastry forks, and a footed bowl.

£50 - £80

A small group of electroplated items to include an oval galleried tray, a miniature kettle, a photo frame, an Indian cream jug, and a set of Albany pattern fish knives and forks.

£20 - £40

A quantity of electroplated items to include circular trays, a rectangular footed dish, a teapot, a sauce boat with cover, a pair of candlesticks and loose flatware.

£20 - £40

A group of electroplated items including coffee pots, toast rack, flatware, etc.

£20 - £30

A group of silver plated items including trays, bowls, dishes, etc.

£50 - £80

A small group of plated items to include an entree dish, a sugar caster by Roberts & Belk, and a cheeseboard, also a brass pestle and mortar, an Eastern vase and a French 'Mouli Grater'.

£20 - £40

A quantity of electroplated items including a footed jardinière with flared rim, an oval galleried tray, a basket with swing handle and a roll top butter dish, also a quantity of loose flatware.

£30 - £50

A group of electroplated items including a ewer with inscription 'Saint John's Congregational Church Ashbourne', a twin handled urn, a bottle coaster, etc, and further metalware including models of boar and parrot (latter af), etc.

£40 - £60

HAWKSWORTH, EYRE & CO LTD; a George V hallmarked silver Corinthian column table lamp on stepped loaded base, Sheffield 1912, height 38cm excluding fitment.

£200 - £400

A pair of early 19th century Italian silver candlesticks with ornamental acanthus leaf sconces above fluted columns and domed loaded bases, circa 1820-1840, height 26cm.

£100 - £150

ALEXANDER SMITH; a pair of Elizabeth II hallmarked silver Corinthian column Shabbat candlesticks with beaded stepped loaded bases and detachable nozzles (unmarked), Birmingham 1958, with Hebrew writing to one side of the base, height 31cm.

£300 - £500

EJ PARTRIDGE; an Edward VII hallmarked silver three piece tea set comprising a teapot of squat baluster form with gadrooned lower body and ebonised angled handle, length 24.5cm, a twin handled sugar bowl and a cream jug, Birmingham 1909, combined approx 21.1ozt (3).

£200 - £300

ELKINGTON & CO LTD; an Edward VII hallmarked silver footed part gadrooned coffee pot with angled handle, Birmingham 1901, height 25cm including finial, approx 16.8ozt.

£80 - £120

JACOB & ROSS; a George V hallmarked silver rimmed 'Black Jack', stamped 'Ross Manchester' to the base and inscribed 'Winchester College Black Jack' to the rim, Sheffield 1914, height 25cm.

£100 - £150

VINER'S LTD; a George VI hallmarked silver shaped circular salver with stepped rim, on four foliate scrolling supports, Birmingham 1945, diameter 36.5cm, approx 38.7ozt.

£200 - £300

LEE & WIGFULL; a Victorian hallmarked silver tea caddy of shaped rectangular form with repoussé foliate scroll decoration, on four scrolling feet, Sheffield 1896, approx 9.1ozt.

£30 - £50

P H VOGEL & CO; a pair of Elizabeth II hallmarked silver decanter labels for gin and brandy, Birmingham 1974, and a further similar example for vodka, approx 1.3ozt (3).

£20 - £40

BRITTON, GOULD & CO; an Edward VIII hallmarked silver Kiddush goblet engraved with Star of David to one side, and with presentation inscription 'Presented by the Bolton Hebrew congregation to Miss Betty Wise on the Occasion of Her Marriage 30/5/37', Birmingham 1936, height 15cm, and a further Kiddush goblet, maker's initials MS (possibly Morris Salkind), London 1928, approx 5.6ozt (2).

£40 - £60

An early 19th century Colonial white metal mounted coconut goblet with waisted stem above domed circular wooden base, apparently unmarked, height 12cm.

£200 - £300

JOHN ROSE; a George V hallmarked silver cup with engraved initials 'MPG' and inscription '24 Decr 1929. One year.', Birmingham 1929, and a single engine turned napkin ring initialled 'P', combined approx 2.5ozt (2).

£20 - £40

HUNG CHONG; a late 19th/early 20th century Chinese Export silver shaped rectangular dish with pierced sides depicting dragons amongst clouds, engraved with character marks, on four stud feet, marked to base, 13 x 8.5cm, approx 2.1ozt.

£40 - £60

WALKER & HALL; a George V hallmarked silver cased bowl and spoon with engraved initials and dated 1932, Sheffield 1932, also five cased silver coffee spoons and a quantity of damaged silver, approx 11.5ozt

£50 - £80

DEAKIN & FRANCIS; an Edward VII hallmarked silver Art Nouveau shaped rectangular pin dish embossed with masks and stylised floral and foliate motifs, 11 x 8cm, and a pair of circular pill boxes embossed with foliate scrolls and vacant cartouches to hinged lids (one af), diameter 4cm, all Birmingham 1902, approx 1.8ozt (3).

£40 - £60

SPINK & SON; a Victorian hallmarked silver helmet cream jug with beaded rim, on spreading circular foot to square base, stamped Spink & Son London to underside, London 1898, height 14.3cm, approx 4.2ozt.

£20 - £40

NATHAN & HAYES; an Edward VII hallmarked silver pierced mustard pot with blue glass liner, Chester 1902, with later matched spoon, approx 1.0ozt (af).

£30 - £50

WILLIAM PLUMMER; a George III hallmarked silver navette shaped footed salt with pierced sides, bright cut decorated with floral and foliate garlands, centred with a crested cartouche to one side, with bead decorated rims and swing handle, with blue glass liner, London 1782, length 12cm, approx 4.4ozt.

£50 - £80

WILLIAM AITKEN; a pair of Victorian hallmarked silver oval open salts with pierced sides, on four outswept legs, with blue glass liners, Chester 1899, length 7cm, approx 1.4ozt.

£30 - £50

Two similar Norwegian silver salts modelled as Vikings long boats, one with clear glass liner, a further twin handled part gadrooned salt, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1896, and a capstan inkwell, Birmingham 1929 (af), weighable silver approx 2.1ozt (4).

£20 - £40

A group of variously hallmarked silver cruet pieces to include a baluster pepper, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1936, an oval open salt, Adie Bros, hallmarks rubbed, a small circular example, Birmingham 1881, and a berry decorated salt, imported by Berthold Muller, London 1896, also a pair of napkin rings, John Rose & Son, Birmingham 1933, weighable silver approx 6.4ozt (10)

£50 - £80

EUGENIO STANCAMPIANO; a pair of 20th century Italian silver gilt cylindrical posy holders with pierced sides and applied cherubic figures, on spreading circular bases, Palermo, with clear glass liners, height 11cm, approx 2.0ozt.

£20 - £40

CHARLES BOYTON II; a pair of Victorian hallmarked silver Fiddle pattern tablespoons, London 1841 and 1867, and a sauce ladle, London 1893, also an Old English pattern berry spoon, Stephen Adams I, London 1805, length 22.5cm, approx 8.3ozt (4).

£60 - £100

WILLIAM BATEMAN II; a set of five George III hallmarked silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, London 1815, length 18cm, and a matched example by William Eaton, London 1831, combined approx 7.6ozt (6).

£50 - £80

GEORGE ADAMS (CHAWNER & CO); a set of six Victorian hallmarked silver King's Husk pattern tablespoons, initialled to the front of terminal and crested to the back, London 1844, length 22cm, a further similar set of five, William Eaton, London 1830 (x2), 1828 (x3) and 1838 (x2), and a Queen's Oyster pattern single example, Jonathan Hayne, London 1827, also a set of twelve dinner forks, Samuel Hayne ...

£500 - £700

HENRY HOLLAND; a set of six Victorian hallmarked silver Fiddle pattern teaspoons, London 1873, length 14.5cm, approx 4.8ozt (6).

£40 - £60

JOHN WILLIAM BLAKE; a set of four George IV hallmarked silver Fiddle pattern teaspoons initialled A to the finials, London 1825, length 14.5cm, and three further spoons to include a pair of Old English pattern examples, maker's initial CE, London 1824, also a fish knife, William Eaton II, London 1831 and a pair of bright cut sugar tongs, combined approx 7.6ozt (9).

£50 - £80

BENJAMIN DAVIS; a set of three William IV hallmarked silver Fiddle pattern dinner forks, London 1830, and three further examples to include a pair by William Eaton, London 1826, approx 13.8ozt (6).

£60 - £100

WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS LTD; a set of six Victorian hallmarked silver Fiddle pattern dessert forks, London 1900, length 17cm, approx 9.2ozt (6).

£50 - £80

WILLIAM BUSH & SONS (probably); a set of six Elizabeth II hallmarked silver handled dinner knives, length 24cm, and a matching set of six salad knives, Sheffield 1972 (12).

£30 - £50

A Middle Eastern silver cake server with pierced and cast foliate scroll motifs, twisted stem and foliate terminal, length 20cm, marked, approx 1.9ozt.

£20 - £40

A set of six Malaysian silver coffee spoons with foliate finials, with a matching horn handled cake server, and a similar pair of salad servers, weighable silver approx 2ozt (9).

£20 - £40

PETER & ANN BATEMAN (possibly); a George III hallmarked silver Old English pattern sifting spoon with floral bright cut decorated stem and vacant cartouche to the finial, with crimped floral pierced circular bowl, London 1795, length 17cm, approx 1.2ozt.

£30 - £50

WAKELY & WHEELER; a set of six Victorian hallmarked silver coffee spoons with fluted bowls, London 1892, length 10.5cm, and a further set of six spoons, Viner's Ltd, Sheffield 1956, combined approx 4.4ozt (12).

£40 - £60


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