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Friday 28th February, 09:00 TO 10:00
Thursday 27th February, 10:00 TO 16:00
Wednesday 26th February, 10:00 TO 18:00
329 Lots
Lots per page :
Total Pages: 7
Lot 1
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £140 - £160
SOLD £130
A Victorian silver set of six fiddle pattern table forks, by Lias & Lias, London 1841, weight 15 oz.
Lot 2
Est : £50 - £70
SOLD £80
A Victorian silver set of six tea spoons and tongs, Sheffield 1897, with floral engraved decoration, case, an Edwardian silver set of six coffee spoons, Sheffield 1902 and a sugar sifter spoon, gross weight 7.5 oz.
Lot 3
Est : £100 - £150
SOLD £95
A silver set of six Hanoverian rat tail soup spoons, Sheffield 1935, 10 oz, cased together with a silver set of six fancy tea spoons, Birmingham 1956, 2.5 oz, cased (2).
Lot 4
Est : £50 - £70
SOLD £100
A George III silver pair of Old English pattern gravy ladles, London 1789, crested and a George III provincial silver fiddle pattern gravy ladle, Newcastle 1819 (3), weight 5.5 oz.
Lot 5
Est : £60 - £80
SOLD £65
A George III silver set of four Old English pattern table spoons, London 1786, with bright cut engraved decoration, weight 8.5 oz.
Lot 6
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £120 - £150
SOLD £95
A George III silver set of six fiddle pattern table spoons, London 1822, initialled, weight 14 oz.
Lot 7
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £30 - £40
SOLD £35
A George III silver set of six fiddle pattern tea spoons, London 1822, crested, weight 4 oz.
Lot 8
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £50 - £70
SOLD £50
A silver set of twelve Hanoverian pattern rat tail coffee spoons, Sheffield 1958, weight 5 oz.
Lot 9
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £40 - £50
SOLD £35
A George III silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon, by James Henry Daniel, London 1804, with floral engraved gilded bowl, initialled, length 9 cm.
Lot 10
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £50 - £80
SOLD £85
A Victorian silver pair of grape scissors, by George Adams, London 1869, with shell, gadroon and reeded decoration, weight 3 oz, length 17 cm.
Lot 11
Est : £50 - £70
SOLD £75
A sterling silver handled carving knife, fork and pastry slice, stamped Sterling Silver, unused, box.
Lot 12
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Est : £500 - £600
An American sterling silver canteen of Rose Point cutlery for eight place settings, stamped Wallace Sterling, comprising table forks, dessert forks, dessert spoons, soup spoons, table knives, a butter knife, a pickle fork, a preserve spoon, a pierced serving spoon, a sauce ladle and a serving spoon and fork, weight of weighable silver 44 oz, case.
Lot 13
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £60 - £80
SOLD £60
A William IV Irish rat tail fiddle pattern table spoon, by Charles Marsh, Dublin, 1830, and a matching Victorian example, untraced, Dublin 1845, matching crests, weight 4.5 oz.
Lot 14
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £120 - £150
SOLD £120
A Victorian Provincial silver set of six fiddle pattern table forks, Exeter 1844, weight 13.5 oz.
Lot 15
Est : £140 - £160
SOLD £140
A George III Provincial silver set of six fiddle pattern dessert and nine tea spoons, by Ker Reid, Reid & Bruce Reid, Newcastle 1819, initialled, weight 16.5 oz.
Lot 16
Est : £40 - £60
SOLD £55
A George III silver Provincial set of six Old English pattern teaspoons, by John Langlands, Newcastle 1805, maker, lion passant, town mark, duty mark, crested, 2.5 oz
Lot 17
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £60 - £80
SOLD £80
A George IV Provincial pair of silver fiddle and shell pattern table spoons, by Edward Jackson, York 1828, crested, weight 4 oz.
Edward Jackson was apprenticed to Hampson, Prince & Cattles and indentured in 1799, he was declared bankrupt in 1824 and his entire property was put up for auction. Later he is listed as "Jeweller, goldsmith and silver plate manufacturer".
Lot 18
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £100 - £150
SOLD £160
A George III pair of Scottish Provincial Old English pattern table spoons, by Alexander Campbell, Greenock, active 1790 - 1800, AC, G, Oak Tree, Anchor, initialled, length 24 cm, weight 4.5 oz.
Lot 19
Est : £80 - £120
SOLD £65
Of Raj interest; a Victorian electroplated biscuit barrel, the hinged cover with tiger surmount, two elephant head hands, all over floral chased decoration, vacant cartouche, height 19cm, another biscuit barrel with bright cut decoration and a lidded tankard engraved with 106th L.I. , and three crests (3)
The 106th Regiment of Foot (Bombay Light Infantry) was an infantry regiment of the British Army from 1862 to 1881. In 1881 the 106th Regiment was joined with the 68th (Durham) Regiment of Foot (Light Infantry) to form the Durham Light Infantry, as its second regular battalion.
Lot 20
Est : £50 - £70
SOLD £65
A Victorian electroplated chatelaine, the cast top decorated with children, four chain attachments, note book, thimble holder, pin holder and scissors, length 30 cm, together with a single chatelaine with spectacle case (2).
Lot 21
Est : £50 - £80
SOLD £35
A Victorian electroplated paraffin oil lamp, the opaline glass shade to a clear glass chimney mounted on a Youngs patent plated burner to a glass bowl, the whole mounted on a Corinthian column with square stepped base, height 73 cm.
James Young (1811 - 1883) was a Scottish chemist best known for his method of distilling paraffin from coal and oil shales, his refinery was at Addiewell, near West Calder. It was a substantial industrial complex, in its time one of the largest chemical works in Scotland, it closed in 1921.
Lot 22
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £50 - £70
SOLD £45
A silver cigarette dispenser, Birmingham 1935, with pull up cover, Bakelite interior and engine turned decoration, height 12 cm.
Lot 23
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £150 - £200
SOLD £250
Guild of Handicrafts, a Victorian silver pair of open salts, by the Birmingham Guild of Handicrafts Ltd. Birmingham 1901/02, with Celtic decoration, blue glass liners, 9 cm across the handles.
Lot 24
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Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £200 - £250
A limited edition silver gilt replica pair of seals, London 1972, The Royal Seal of King Henry VIII of England, originally attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger, 15/1000 and The Royal Seal of King Frances I of France, originally designed by Benvenuto Cellini, 15/1000, 10 cm diameter, case.
Lot 25
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £60 - £80
SOLD £65
A silver sugar castor, Sheffield 1942, of square baluster form, with pierced pull off cover, height 18 cm, weight 4.5 oz.
Lot 26
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £40 - £60
SOLD £60
A Victorian silver toast rack, Birmingham 1899, of four division wire form, raised on four ball feet, together with a bon bon dish, Birmingham 1929, of pedestal form, combined weight 6.5 oz.
Lot 27
Est : £60 - £80
SOLD £30
An Edwardian silver and glass whisky decanter, Sheffield 1903, the dimple bottle with silver neck, height 29 cm, together with a similar water bottle Birmingham 1909 and whisky bottle label (3).
Lot 28
Est : £50 - £70
SOLD £35
A Victorian silver mounted green glass double ended scent bottle, unmarked, with screw and hinged caps, length 12 cm.
Lot 29
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £40 - £50
SOLD £35
An Edwardian silver photograph frame, Birmingham 1902, with embossed decoration, 11 x 16 cm.
Lot 30
Est : £60 - £80
SOLD £60
An Edwardian silver boudoir clock, Chester 1907, of pedestal form, initialled, an Edwardian silver mounted boudoir clock, Birmingham 1905 with embossed decoration and an Edwardian silver pocket watch night stand, by William Coymns, London 1906, of plain form, initialled (3).
Lot 31
Est : £40 - £50
SOLD £65
An Art Deco table manicure stand, Birmingham 1939, the black and green glass base supporting a rack with three implements, together with six silver handled implements.
Lot 32
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £70 - £90
SOLD £55
A Victorian silver mounted horn presentation beaker, London 1876, with glass base, presentation plaque "Magdala, 10th April 1866, E.T. Bainbridge to C. & H. D. Burnett Aug 1876", height 19.5 cm.
Lot 33
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Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £350 - £450
A late 19th century/early 20th century .800 standard silver novelty mandolin, stamped ET twice and 800, the body opening and the tailpiece opening to reveal a scent bottle, length 20.5 cm, weight 5.5 oz.
Lot 34
Est : £150 - £200
SOLD £150
An Edwardian silver three piece tea service, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1904, of half fluted form, comprising tea pot, sugar bowl and milk jug, crested, electroplated tongs, weight 14 oz, case.
Lot 35
Est : £60 - £80
SOLD £80
A silver sauceboat, by Mappin & Webb, London 1922, with gadrooned border, leaf capped handle, raised on shell capped feet length 15.5 cm, weight 6.5 oz.
Lot 36
Est : £60 - £80
SOLD £80
A silver sugar bowl, Birmingham 1937, of rectangular form and a pair of Victorian pepper pots, Chester 1899, of baluster form, weight 6.5 oz (3).
Lot 37
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £100 - £150
SOLD £110
A silver mounted cut glass claret jug, by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1924, with plain mounts and scroll handle, height 20 cm.
Lot 38
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £60 - £80
SOLD £60
A Victorian silver and ivory page turner, London 1887, with plain blade, length 45 cm.
Lot 39
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £50 - £70
SOLD £45
A silver cigarette box, Birmingham 1942, with presentation inscription, cedar wood lined, 18 x 9 x 5 cm.
Lot 40
Other
Est : £40 - £50
SOLD £30
A photograph frame, Birmingham 1918, of oval form, with oak backing and strut, 16 x 12 cm.
Lot 41
Est : £30 - £40
SOLD £22
A Victorian pair of ivory handled and electroplated serving spoons, with gilt and pierced bowls, case.
Lot 42
Est : £30 - £40
SOLD £50
A silver butter dish, London 1921, of shell form, raised on three ball feet, length 13 cm, weight 2.5 oz, together with an EPNS knife, case.
Lot 43
Est : £30 - £40
SOLD £40
A silver and oak pepper grinder, by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1912, of milk churn form, height 9.5 cm.
Lot 44
Est : £30 - £40
SOLD £45
A silver christening set, Birmingham 1932/33, comprising napkin ring, spoon and pusher, weight 1.5 oz, case.
Lot 45
Est : £60 - £80
SOLD £85
A silver three piece cruet set, by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1971, of melon form, comprising mustard pot, salt pot and pepper pot, blue glass liners, two spoons, weight 6.5 oz, case.
Lot 46
Silver Plate & Silver
Est : £80 - £120
SOLD £110
A Victorian silver bachelor tea pot, Sheffield 1893, of half fluted form with ivory finial and insulators, length 21 cm, weight 11 oz.
Lot 47
Est : £60 - £80
SOLD £75
A silver cigarette box, Birmingham 1931, with engine turned hinged lid, raised on splay feet, 14 x 17 x 6 cm, initialled, cedar interior.
Lot 48
MAKE AN OFFER
Est : £60 - £80
A silver and tortoiseshell desk candlestick, London 1919, of plain form, 9 cm, together with a silver and tortoiseshell three piece dressing table set, Birmingham 1937/8, comprising hand mirror, A/F, hair brush and clothes brush (4).
Lot 49
Est : £50 - £70
SOLD £70
A silver and tortoiseshell pot pourie box, by William Coymns, London 1914, the pull off cover with pierced silver centre, diameter 7 cm.
Lot 50
Est : £30 - £40
SOLD £35
A silver and tortoiseshell trinket box, by Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1930, with hinged cover raised on three pad feet, diameter 7.5 cm.
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