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Wednesday, 15 September, 2010

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Lot Description Illustration
1
A .925 STERLING SILVER GILT CADDY SPOON of leaf form with entwined handle and a set of brass sovereign scales in original box (2).
Sold for £30
Not Illustrated
2
A SILVER CHRISTENING SET to include an egg cup in the form of a two handled trophy with fluted sides, a dog rose spoon and a trefoil spoon, cased, different makers.
Sold for £35
Not Illustrated
3
A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SIX PIECE CRUET SET consisting of four can shaped peppers with pierced domed press on lids, two mustard cans with 'C' scrolled handles, flat hinged lids with thumb pieces and glass liners and two Onslow pattern spoons, cased by Elkington & Co. 1896.
Sold for £90
Not Illustrated
5
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SAUCE BOAT with gadrooned edge, cabriole and shell legs and open 'C' scroll handles, 4 1/2" high, London 1905.
Sold for £110
6
A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SAUCE BOAT with beaded edge, hoof feet and double 'C' scroll handle by The Adie Brothers Ltd, 1930.
Sold for £50
Not Illustrated
7
A GEORGE III SILVER SOUP LADLE with scallop shell bowl, Old English pattern handle with bright cut decoration, 13 1/2" long, London 1784 by George Smith.
Sold for £180
8
A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER with shell and scroll border standing on three hoof feet, centre engraved with scroll and foliate decoration, 9" diameter, London 1765 by Ebenezer Coker.
Sold for £200
Not Illustrated
9
A RECTANGULAR SILVER TRAY with engine turned line decoration and plain sides, 12 1/4" wide, Birmingham 1922.
Sold for £90
Not Illustrated
10
A BIRKS STERLING SILVER CIRCULAR DISH with gadrooned border and engraved scroll decoration, 9" diameter, a silver dish with shaped edge, 4" diameter and two further dishes (4).
Sold for £55
Not Illustrated
11
A GEORGIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, rectangular shaped teapot with reeded decoration and gadrooned border, ebonised handle with matching milk and sugar, London 1806.
Sold for £180
Not Illustrated
12
A SET OF SIX SILVER TEASPOONS with handles decorated with flowers and scrolls and various other spoons and forks, some continental.
Sold for £30
Not Illustrated
13
AN OVAL SILVER TEAPOT with reeded lower body, ebonised handle and matching domed lid, 6" high, London 1897.
Sold for £140
Not Illustrated
14
A SILVER COFFEE POT with plain baluster shaped body and domed hinged lid with gadrooned edge, acorn finial and wicker work handle, 7 1/2" high, London 1927 and a silver plated teapot (2).
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
15
A SET OF SIX SILVER TEASPOONS with hardstone handles, cased, three sets of plated tea knives and a part set of fish knives and forks (5).
Sold for £35
Not Illustrated
17
A SILVER PLATED TWIN DIVISION TANTALUS - the lockable swing overhead bar with leaf cast handle and enclosing two hobcut square section decanters and stoppers on ball feet, 9 1/2" wide.
Sold for £200
Not Illustrated
18
A VICTORIAN SILVER CHRISTENING MUG of plain form with double 'C' scroll handle, 3" high, London 1843 by the Barnard Family.
Sold for £55
Not Illustrated
20
A FOUR PIECE SILVER BACKED CHINESE DRESSING TABLE SET comprising mirror, two brushes and comb.
Sold for £160
Not Illustrated
21
A RECTANGULAR SHAPED SILVER TRINKET BOX with bow fronted sides, applied swag and instrument decoration and on scrolled legs, plain hinged lid and velvet lined, 7" wide, London 1901 by William Comyns.
Sold for £230
22
A SILVER TWO HANDLED PORRINGER on turned stepped foot with stylised cast handles and matching domed lid, 5 1/2" diameter, London 1905.
Sold for £80
Not Illustrated
23
A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER ROSE BOWL with lion head and ring handles, shaped sides with cherub heads and scrolls, 4 1/2" diameter, London 1897 and a further silver bowl with pressed fruit decoration, Sheffield 1885 (2).
Sold for £150
Not Illustrated
24
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER BUN SALTS with pressed foliate decoration and standing on cabriole legs with hoof feet, glass liners and silver fiddle pattern spoons, a silver pepper with pressed scroll decoration (5).
Sold for £50
Not Illustrated
26
A SILVER THREE PIECE CRUET SET, oval bun shaped mustard pot with hinged domed lid, double 'C' scroll handle on four cabriole legs, blue glass liner with matching salt and pepper and spoons, cased, Birmingham 1914.
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
27
A SQUARE SILVER COMPACT with engine turned decoration and inset mirror and a silver cigarette case (2).
Sold for £20
Not Illustrated
29
A FOUR PIECE SILVER DRESSING TABLE SET with hammered finish, hand mirror, hairbrush and two clothes brushes.
Sold for £55
Not Illustrated
31
AN OVAL SILVER BISCUIT BARREL with reeded and shell decorated sides, oval gadrooned stepped foot, cast carrying handles and hinged domed lid, 8" high, London 1906.
Sold for £550
32
A PAIR OF SILVER SAUCE BOATS, oval shaped with reeded scrolled handles standing on oval stepped feet, domed press on lids with matching finials, 9 1/2" wide, 1974 by C.J.Vander.
Sold for £520
33
A VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER TEAPOT, bullet shaped with chased scroll and foliate decoration, 'C' scrolled handle, hinged lid with flower finial, 6" high, Edinburgh 1848 by Marshall & Sons.
Sold for £500
34
A GEORGE III SILVER NUTMEG GRATER in the form of a coopered barrel, 1 1/2" high, London 1793 by Samuel Littlewood.
Sold for £420
36
AN OVAL SHAPED SILVER PLATED SOUP TUREEN AND COVER with double 'C' scroll handle and standing on an oval stepped foot by Elkington & Co., 16" wide.
Sold for £70
Not Illustrated
38
A CHINESE SILVER COCKTAIL SHAKER by Wang Hing, 7 3/4" high.
Sold for £230
Not Illustrated
41
A BALUSTER SHAPED SILVER CASTER with reeded decoration on turned stepped foot with pierced press on lid, 7" high, London 1911.
Sold for £50
Not Illustrated
42
A VICTORIAN SILVER CADDY SPOON with shell shaped bowl pressed with flower decoration and the handle in the form of flowers and leaves, Birmingham 1858.
Sold for £35
Not Illustrated
43
A SILVER PLATED FOUR PIECE TEA SET, an entree dish and cover, various ladles, flatware and other items.
Sold for £80
Not Illustrated
44
A SILVER BALUSTER SHAPED SUGAR CASTER of plain form, press on drilled and pierced lid with turned finial, 7" high, London 1901.
Sold for £50
Not Illustrated
45
A COLLECTION OF EIGHT KINGS PATTERN TABLE FORKS, varying dates and makers.
Sold for £110
Not Illustrated
47
A COLLECTION OF SEVENTEEN OLD ENGLISH PATTER SILVER TEASPOONS, varying dates and makers.
Sold for £80
Not Illustrated
48
A COLLECTION OF SIXTEEN FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER TEASPOONS, varying dates and makers.
Sold for £70
Not Illustrated
49
A COLLECTION OF TEN SILVER SALT SPOONS, varying patterns, dates and makers.
Sold for £70
Not Illustrated
50
A COLLECTION OF TWENTY FOUR SILVER TEASPOONS, varying patterns, dates and makers.
Sold for £100
Not Illustrated
51
A COLLECTION OF FOURTEEN SILVER SALT SPOONS, varying patterns, dates and makers.
Sold for £95
Not Illustrated
52
A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS SILVER FLATWARE TO INCLUDE a lobster pick, pickle forks, a jam spoon and other items.
Sold for £150
Not Illustrated
53
A PAIR OF GEORGIAN FIDDLE, SHELL AND REED PATTERN SUGAR TONGS, two pairs of bright cut pattern sugar tongs and two further pairs (5).
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
54
A PAIR OF GEORGIAN BRIGHT CUT SUGAR TONGS and four further pairs of sugar tongs (5).
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
55
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER HANOVARIAN PATTERN TABLESPOONS, London 1845, a pair of Hanovarian pattern dessert forks 1844 and a further fork (5).
Sold for £40
Not Illustrated
56
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER NAPKIN RINGS with engraved leaf decoration, Sheffield 1894 by Walker & Hall and two further napkin rings.
Sold for £30
Not Illustrated
57
A COLLECTION OF SIX SILVER NAPKIN RINGS, varying styles, makers and dates.
Sold for £70
Not Illustrated
58
A LARGE VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT with fluted sides, chased with scrolls and foliate panels standing on cast scrolled and shell feet, 'C' scroll handle with leaf decoration, hinged lid with matching finial, 11" high, London 1847 and matching cream jug 1849, makers mark J.E..
Sold for £390
59
A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SAUCE BOAT with wavy edge, open double 'C' scroll handle and on three cabriole and hoof legs, 5" high, Birmingham 1898 by T. Hayes.
Sold for £80
Not Illustrated
60
A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SAUCE BOAT with wavy edge, open double 'C' scroll handle and on hoof feet, 3 1/2" high, London 1899.
Sold for £65
Not Illustrated
61
A VICTORIAN SILVER BUN SALT with chased flower decoration standing on three cabriole legs, London 1845 and a silver cream jug with fluted and scroll decoration, Sheffield (2).
Sold for £110
Not Illustrated

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