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This sale was held on 18/11/2017 at 10:00 am

A pair of silver candlesticks, W I Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1967, each with reeded knopped columns, loaded bases, 18cm high

£60 - £80

A George V silver pierced dish, Sheffield 1933, of rectangular hexagonal form, with pierced foliate rim, 30.5cm wide, 13.4ozt

£100 - £150

A set of three Art Deco Henri Lapparra Parisian silver mounted dressing table bottles and jars, highest 16cm (3)

Hammer:
£160

A Victorian fiddle pattern provincial silver basting spoon, Reid & Sons, Newcastle 1842 (bearing head of William IV), initialled indistinctly, 2.9ozt, 30.5cm

Hammer:
£55

A selection of silver and silver plated wares to include an Edwardian silver mounted scent bottle, Henry Matthews, Chester 1907, hinged cap named 'Edith', 12cm high, a pair of short acanthus leaf moulded candlesticks, 12.5cm high, an assembled cased silver mounted manicure set and a silver backed bevelled dressing table mirror (5)

Hammer:
£40

A George V Art Deco silver and enamel six piece dressing table set, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1926, each silver mounted and with yellow guilloche enamelling (at fault) (6)

Hammer:
£120

A selection of silver items to include a posy vase, T H Hazlewood & Co, Birmingham 1910, 13.5cm high, a silver mounted green glass posy vase, 16.5cm high, a silver mounted Hymn book, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1910, cover embossed with cherubs, a cased set of six silver plated teaspoons, an oak mounted brass table gong, a three piece condiment set, William Aitken, Birmingham etc (Qty)

Hammer:
£70

A pair of Victorian pierced silver heart shaped bon bon dishes, Birmingham 1876, 12cm, a pierced silver oval basket, Sheffield 1895, 20cm, and a pair of pierced silver sugar tongs, 7.5ozt

Hammer:
£80

A set of four 19th century enamel on copper decanter labels, Gin, Brandy, Port and Sherry (4) (at fault)

Hammer:
£50

An Elkington & Co silver chalice, Birmingham 1888, the Gothic form chalice, engraved to the rim 'Victoria Dei Gratia Britannia Regina AD 1889', engraved 'VR' monogram to one side and '1' to the other, 27cm high, weight 12.9ozt

Hammer:
£150

Military Interest: An Elkington & Co silver chalice, Birmingham 1881, the rim engraved 'HRH The Prince of Wales Prize to the National Artillery Association Shoeburyness 1881' engraved '5', 19.5cm high, weight 7ozt

Hammer:
£200

Military/Political Interest: An Elkington & Co silver presentation vessel, Birmingham 1889, engraved to the rim 'Lords and Commons Prize, Shoeburyness 1889', numbered to base '11436', 13.7cm high, weight 6.8ozt with a silver plated Elkington & Co mug engraved 'Messrs Elkington & Co's Prize, to the Natl Artillery Assoc. Shoeburyness 1888', stamped to base '1A 14648' 11.7cm high (2)

Hammer:
£170

A selection of small silver to include; a silver nut dish with pierced rim, a small silver dish William Comyns & Sons London 1970, a Viners silver ash tray, a set of five silver teaspoons and matching sugar nips, a pair of opera glasses etc, 7.9ozt of weighable silver (Qty)

Hammer:
£90

A Burmese silver mug, embossed with landscape scenes of agriculture, with central shield cartouche engraved 'C', above a lotus leaf band, with scroll handle, 8.5cm high, 4.3ozt

Hammer:
£55

A Burmese silver three piece tea service comprising; a teapot, 14cm high,a twin handled sugar bowl, 8.5cm high and a milk jug, 8cm high, each piece embossed with circular panels of deities and with elephant handles, the teapot with moulded finial and mask spout, initialled 'M', 19.2ozt gross

Hammer:
£190

A limited edition cased silver Royal commemorative chalice, Prestons Ltd, London 1969, No.288/1000, commemorating the investiture of HRH Prince Charles as Prince of Wales at Caernarvon Castle, 1st July 1969, 15cm high, 11ozt, cased

Hammer:
£110

A selection of silver and silver plated items to include a cased set of six silver teaspoons, Arthur Price & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1934, a further cased set of six silver teaspoons, Wilmot Manufacturing Co, Birmingham 1929, with a pair of sugar tongs, three silver mounted cut glass scent bottles, highest 17cm, a cased silver plated set of six cake forks and a server, a cased set of six silver plated ...

Hammer:
£60

A George V silver tazza, 'B & B', Birmingham 1926, with pie crust top upon a splayed column base, 10cm high, 5.2ozt

Hammer:
£50

A selection of silver to include three pierced bon bon dishes to include a Victorian Nathan & Hayes example, Birmingham 1892, two silver napkin rings, a silver and enamel topped scent bottle, a silver propelling pencil, a Danish silver ladle, 12cm long, and further silver plated and mother of pearl handled cutlery etc, 6ozt of weighable silver (at fault)

Hammer:
£70

A pair of Edwardian novelty silver pepperettes, Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham 1909, each modelled as muzzled bears, 4.5cm high

Hammer:
£680

A George V 9ct gold Sampson Mordan & Co vesta case, London 1918, engine turned detailing, with hinged cap and suspension loop, 5cm high, 29 grams

Hammer:
£400

A Victorian silver castle top vinaigrette, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1851, Warwick Castle, scrollwork frame with hinged cover enclosing pierced grille and gilt interior, with engine turned decoration to the sides and underside with vacant cartouche, 3.1cm wide, 11.6 grams (at fault)

Hammer:
£380

An 18ct gold George IV vinaigrette, Charles Rawlings, London 1826, hinged cover enclosing a pierced grille designed as a flower basket in bloom with gilt interior, externally decorated with engine turned detailing, 3.5cm wide, 16.8 grams

Hammer:
£700

An Edwardian kidney shaped silver trinket box, Saunders and Sheppard, Birmingham 1910, embossed with flowering roses and upon four cabriole legs, 9.5cm wide,

Hammer:
£120

A George V silver trinket box, Joseph Gloster Ltd, of rectangular form, chased with tied garlands and swags upon four out-swept legs, 8.8cm wide

Hammer:
£100

A Victorian Sampson Mordan pencil holder, London 1895, initialled 'WFM', of retractable form and with ring suspension loop, 10.5cm long

Hammer:
£60

A pair of Georg Jensen acorn pattern silver teaspoons, and a matching silver child's knife and two pronged fork, stamped marks, gross weight 62.3gms (4)

Hammer:
£60

A silver and lilac guilloche enamel circular pill box, Continental circa 1920, 2.7cm diameter and an Edwardian silver mounted leather stamp holder, of book form, A J Smith Birmingham 1905, 4.8cm wide (2)

Hammer:
£55

A Regency 14ct gold mounted perfume bottle circa 1820, the faceted oval body with gold hinged cap, with delicate entwined garland decoration, 5.5cm long

Hammer:
£130

A novelty silver hand form bookmark, Cresford and Norris Birmingham 1904, 7cm long and a silver and mother of pearl trowel form bookmark, Adie and Lovekin, Birmingham 1915, 8.8cm long (2)

Hammer:
£100

An Art Deco silver and graduated pink guilloche enamel circular compact, Mappin and Webb, London 1938, 6.3cm diameter along with a further Art Deco Continental case import mark for George Bedingham 1927, 8.5cm wide (2)

Hammer:
£180

A George V silver corkscrew, modelled as a racing greyhound, William Hutton and Sons, Sheffield 1931, 10cm long

Hammer:
£180

A silver plate mounted claret jug, the waisted glass body of faceted form with silver plate mounted collar, cover and handle decorated with scrolling vines, moulded finial, 30cm high

Hammer:
£60

A Victorian three piece silver tea service, Joseph Angell II London 1856, each piece of melon form and busily embossed and engraved with formal acanthus scrolls and upon bracket feet, engraved with an interesting Scottish dedication to: 'Robert McCulloch Esq from a numerous circle of friends, Gorbals 24th April 1857', comprising; teapot 22cm high, twin handled sugar bowl 16cm high and milk jug 16.5cm ...

Hammer:
£650

A George V silver mounted cut glass scent bottle and stopper, Birmingham 1911, the lid with engraved initial 'H', with tapered body, 12cm

Hammer:
£110

An Edwardian silver and cut glass ink well, Marks & Cohen, Birmingham 1904, decorated throughout with scrolls and floral motifs, 17cm wide

Hammer:
£70

An Indian white metal associated four piece coffee service, each piece profusely decorated with scrolls and floral motifs, with snake and elephant handles, the coffee pot with double hinged lid and pierced splayed foot, no markings, one piece with a dent, 91ozt (4) Provenance: Purchased Colin Gray & Co Chislehurst, 27th October 1949, lot 109

Hammer:
£360

A pair of George V silver mounted glass whisky flagons, with labels, Heath and Middleton, Birmingham 1923, initialled 'H' to the covers, star cut bases, 10cm high (2)

Hammer:
£190

A George V silver golfing trophy and cover, Turner and Simpson Ltd, Birmingham 1928 and 1930, the cover surmounted with a figure of a golfer in full swing, the twin handled base on a knopped pedestal stem and spreading circular foot, gross weight 20ozt, 28cm high

Hammer:
£240

A silver rose bowl Poston Products Ltd, Birmingham 1966, with lions mask and ring handles upon pedestal base, gross weight 25.8ozt, 16cm high

Hammer:
£230

A pair of Edwardian silver posy trumpet vases William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1904, of plain polished form 18 cm high, along with another similar pair William Neale, Birmingham 1906, 15cm high, loaded (4)

Hammer:
£85

A three piece silver backed dressing table set 'SM & Co', Birmingham 1909, a cased brush and comb set, and a marquetry jewellery box containing a selection of costume jewellery including a Ruskin style brooch and a signet ring stamped '9ct gold' (Qty)

Hammer:
£80

A Flags of The United Nations set of 147 silver miniature ingots, in unopened folder with booklets and display case

Hammer:
£100

A pair of late Victorian silver candlesticks, Sheffield 1900, of Adam design, on square bases, 13.5cm (2) (at fault)

Hammer:
£50

Five assorted silver napkin rings, with two tea spoons, a silver topped scent bottle and stopper, with a pair of silver plated grape shears and nut crackers in a case (Qty)

Hammer:
£55

A cased set of twelve silver George V Mappin & Webb dessert knives and forks, Sheffield 1915, within an oak cased canteen, and a matching set of twelve Mappin & Webb fish knives and forks (Qty)

Hammer:
£400

A Victorian silver twin handled pedestal bowl, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1900, with scroll handles upon a pedestal base, 7.5cm high, 6.1ozt

Hammer:
£75

A George VI silver card salver, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1946, of plain circular form with raised rim, upon three bun feet, 15.5cm diameter, 5.5ozt

Hammer:
£90


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