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Wednesday, 21 April, 2010

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From the Estate of the Hon. Gerald Chetwynd Talbot & Family (continued)

Lot Description Illustration
362
A CASED SET OF TWELVE FISH KNIVES AND FORKS with ivory handles, a cased set of tea knives and forks with carved ivory handles and a further part set of fish knives and forks (3).
Sold for £50
Not Illustrated
363
A PAIR OF SILVER ASPARAGUS TONGS with pierced blades, 9" long by the Hassler family 1906.
Sold for £100
Not Illustrated
364
A SET OF TWELVE MOTHER OF PEARL AND SILVER PLATED FISH KNIVES AND FORKS, a set of six silver handled tea knives and various other flatware.
Sold for £10
Not Illustrated
365
A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS SILVER PLATE TO INCLUDE entrée dishes, baskets, coffee pot, ice pale and other items.
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
366
A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED OVAL ENTRÉE DISHES AND COVERS with gadrooned decoration, lion handles and with armorials, 11 1/2" wide.
Sold for £300
Not Illustrated
367
A LARGE SILVER PLATED OVAL MEAT COVER with gadrooned decoration and lion handle with armorials, 20" wide and a small version, 14" wide (2).
Sold for £420
368
AN OVAL SILVER PLATED BUTLERS TRAY with beaded decoration and engraved with garlands of flowers with armorial, 28" wide.
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
369
A SILVER BISCUIT BARREL in the form of a turret with lid mounted with a cannon, 8" high.
Sold for £270
370
A CAST MEDALLION from the Zoological Society of London 1826 presented to the Hon. Gerald Chetwynd-Talbot for the introduction of Himalayan Pheasants to England, two family related rowing medals, a further Alton Towers medal and a buckle with applied family crest (5).
Sold for £1,150
371
A COLLECTION TO INCLUDE a bone handled seal, a brass paper clip, a letter opener, a cigarette case, two skewers, a fruit knife and other items.
Sold for £130
Not Illustrated

Silver and Silver Plate

Lot Description Illustration
372
A SILVER PLATED BALUSTER SHAPED COFFEE POT on turned stepped foot and gadrooned edges, domed lid with flame finial and scrolled wooden handle, 9" high and a silver plated tazza with flower decoration and twisted stem (2).
Sold for £50
Not Illustrated
373
A GEORGE IV SILVER CHRISTENING TANKARD, tapering sides with reeded decoration and scroll handle, 2 3/4" high, 1820.
Sold for £85
Not Illustrated
374
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CUP with beaten finish and on a turned stepped foot with scroll handle, 2 3/4" high by Elkington & Co., 1906.
Sold for £70
Not Illustrated
375
A GEORGE II SILVER WAITER with a scroll and shell border, three cabriole legs with hoof feet, 7 1/2" diameter, London 1755.
Sold for £200
376
A VICTORIAN SILVER CASED SCENT BOTTLE, the rectangular shaped case with domed hinged lid, 2" high by Sampson Morden 1887.
Sold for £50
Not Illustrated
378
A SILVER HAND BEATEN BOWL of plain circular form on a plain turned foot, 4 1/4" diameter by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1905.
Sold for £55
Not Illustrated
379
A CONTINENTAL SILVER TRINKET BOX in the form of a bound travelling case and with foliate chase panels, domed hinged lid with scroll handle, 2 3/4" high, import marks for London 1889.
Sold for £75
Not Illustrated
380
A SILVER CHILD'S RATTLE in the form of a dumbbell with pierced bells, 4 3/4" long by Mappin & Webb, 1902.
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
381
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER PIN CUSHION in the form of a pig, 3" long, 1906 by Levi & Salaman, a pair of silver handled and case needlework scissors, a silver thimble by Charles Horner and a tape measure in the form of a pig (4).
Sold for £100
Not Illustrated
382
A SILVER GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOON, London 1788 by William Sumner and a similar spoon by Thos. Wallis, both with an armorial (2).
Sold for £35
Not Illustrated
383
A SET OF SIX SILVER GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS by Thos. Walls 1790 with armorials.
Sold for £80
Not Illustrated
384
SIX SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SOUP SPOONS by Elkington & Co. Ltd 1890.
Sold for £115
Not Illustrated
385
A CANTEEN OF LOOSE SILVER PLATED CONTEMPORARY FLATWARE TO INCLUDE knives, forks, spoons, tongs and ladles.
Sold for £90
Not Illustrated
386
A SET OF SIX CONTINENTAL SILVER TEASPOONS with twisted handles and stylised finials with matching tongs, 800 grade.
Sold for £20
Not Illustrated
387
TWO KINGS PATTERN SILVER TABLE FORKS, London 1824 and Exeter 1858, two dessert spoons, London 1899, five by William Eley 1844 and one 1859 (10).
Sold for £190
Not Illustrated
388
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SUGAR BASIN and sifter spoon in the form of a lily flower with lily pads as supports with naturalistic finish and matching spoon, 4 1/2" diameter, Birmingham 1907 by Heath & Middleton.
Sold for £320
389
A VICTORIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SET, bullet shaped with wrythen, lower body seated on four ball feet and with bright cut leaf decoration, scrolled ebonised handle, 4 1/2" high, London 1877 by Edward and Johnathon Barnard with matching sugar and milk jug.
Sold for £200
Not Illustrated
390
AN ENAMELLED AND SILVER FIVE PIECE DRESSING TABLE SET consisting of a hand mirror, two hairbrushes and two clothes brushes, Birmingham 1933 and a further five piece silver dressing table set.
Sold for £95
Not Illustrated
391
A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN SILVER NAPKIN RINGS with bright cut flower decoration, Sheffield 1908 cased.
Sold for £170
Not Illustrated
392
A SET OF SIX SILVER ART DECO STYLE TEASPOONS, Sheffield 1908, a cased set of silver gilt teaspoons with reeded bowls, cased, two sets of six Middle Eastern teaspoons and two further spoons and forks.
Sold for £100
Not Illustrated
393
A SILVER PLATED OVAL SHAPED TEAPOT with fluted lower body and matching milk jug, a silver plated hip flask and a quantity of plated flatware.
Sold for £140
Not Illustrated
394
A CASED SET OF EIGHTEEN SILVER HANDLED KINGS PATTERN TEA KNIVES and forks, the blades engraved with grapevine decoration in mahogany case.
Sold for £90
Not Illustrated
395
A SILVER PLATED PART CANTEEN OF CUTLERY, the handles decorated with latis and scroll work, to include table forks and spoons, dessert forks and spoons, teaspoons and ladles in a mahogany box.
Sold for £20
Not Illustrated
396
A SILVER TWO HANDLED TAZZA on turned flared foot, plain bowl and with scrolled whip lashed handles, 8 1/2" high, London 1926 by Mappin & Webb, 24.5 troy oz.
Sold for £220
Not Illustrated
397
A PAIR OF SILVER SCALLOP SHELL SALTS on ball feet, Birmingham 1896 with matching spoons and a silver tea strainer with drilled bowl, gadrooned edge and scrolled handles, Birmingham 1926 by W.H. Lyde.
Sold for £55
Not Illustrated
398
A SIX PIECE SILVER BACKED DRESSING TABLE SET with engine turned decoration consisting of a hand mirror, two hairbrushes, two clothes brushes and a comb (cased), Birmingham 1960.
Sold for £45
Not Illustrated
399
AN IRISH SILVER COMMEMORATIVE PLATE for the restoration of St Patricks Cathedral, 9" diameter, Dublin 1993 and struck with the 1973 Gleninsheen Collar mark, cased, and a similar plate engraved with St Patricks Cathedral, Dublin, 20 oz tray (2).
Sold for £180
Not Illustrated
400
A SILVER AND ENAMELLED BOX, oval in shape with a hinged lid enamelled in the form of a ladybird, import marks for London 1913.
Sold for £230
Not Illustrated
403
A JAMES II SILVER PORRINGER with chased leaf decoration and scrolled handles, 3" high with makers mark Y.T. with two pellets above and fleur-de-lys below circa 1686.
Sold for £680
406
A SILVER COFFEE POT with panelled sides and on a turned stepped foot and scrolled wooden handle, 8" high, Sheffield 1959 by Mappin & Webb.
Sold for £110
Not Illustrated
407
A SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, oval shaped teapot with fluted lower body on ball feet, ebonised handle with matching finial, 6" high, Sheffield 1929 by Mappin & Webb and matching milk jug and sugar basin.
Sold for £240
Not Illustrated
408
A SILVER SALVER with shaped edge with reed and ribbon decoration and on cast scroll and leaf feet, 13 1/2" diameter, Sheffield 1930 by Viners Ltd.
Sold for £360
Not Illustrated
410
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER DESK STAND, rectangular base with gadrooned border and oval inkwell standing on four legs, 8" wide, London 1906.
Sold for £160
411
A VICTORIAN SILVER CREAM JUG with panelled sides with engraved foliate and scroll decoration with matching scrolled handle, 4 1/2" high, London 1845, a silver cup holder and a silver tea strainer with drip tray (3).
Sold for £100
Not Illustrated
412
A VICTORIAN SILVER DISH with scroll and leaf border, cast feet and handle, 13 1/2" wide, London 1849.
Sold for £220
413
A SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SET, oval teapot with reed on lower body, ebonised wooden handle and with matching sugar basin and milk jug, Birmingham 1910 by J. Gloster Ltd.
Sold for £230
Not Illustrated
414
A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER DWARF CANDLESTICKS with reeded sides, 4" high by James Dixon & Sons 1895.
Sold for £180
415
A PAIR OF SCOTTISH FIDDLE PATTERN SAUCE LADLES by Rettie & Son.
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
416
A SILVER NAPKIN RING with gadrooned edges and engraved scroll and leaf decoration, Birmingham 1922, an octagonal shaped napkin ring, London 1889 and a further silver napkin ring (3).
Sold for £40
Not Illustrated
417
A VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE AND REED PATTERN SIFTER SPOON with pierced bowl, 1854, a silver cream jug, a silver topped glass bottle and two silver urn shaped peppers (5).
Sold for £120
Not Illustrated

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