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Wednesday, 24 November to Thursday, 25 November, 2010

Jewellery, Silver and Watches (day 1) and Clocks, Barometers & Scientific Instruments, Antique Furniture, Works of Art and Medical Models & Charts (day 2)

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Day 1: Silver (continued)

Lot Description Illustration
522
A SILVER SNUFF BOX with hinged rising lid and engraved decoration, the interior with presentation inscription, Birmingham 1855, makers mark by Edward Smith, 3 3/4" wide.
Sold for £250
523
A VICTORIAN SILVER SNUFF BOX with chased decoration and Latin inscription, Birmingham 1851 by Nathaniel Mills, 3 1/2".
Sold for £360
524
A PAIR OF SILVER SCALLOP SHELL BUTTER DISHES on ball feet, Sheffield 1895.
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
525
A PIERCED SILVER TWO HANDLED BREAD BASKET on a stepped base, Sheffield 1939, 12 1/2" wide, approximately 17 oz.
Sold for £240
Not Illustrated
526
A SILVER TWO HANDLE ROSE BOWL with fluted body, Birmingham 1909 on socle, 7" diameter.
Sold for £200
Not Illustrated
527
A VICTORIAN SILVER MILK JUG with scroll handle and embossed foot, London 1841, makers mark B.S., 4 1/4" high.
Sold for £120
Not Illustrated
528
A GEORGE II SILVER COFFEE POT with hinged rising lid and wooden handle, later embossed with foliate scrolls, hallmarked London 1730 by Richard Gurney & Thomas Cook, 7 1/2" high.
Sold for £330
Not Illustrated
529
A LATE 17/18TH CENTURY BALUSTER SHAPED TANKARD on a turned stepped foot with double 'C' scroll handle, presented to James Murray Robert Harrison C.B. from Florence Lady Trent and with the Jersey crest. James Harrison was the last Lieutenant Governor before German occupation. Makers mark L.C. under a crown, 5" high.
Sold for £2,300
530
AN OCTAGONAL SHAPED SILVER SALVER with leaf shaped corners standing on four feet, 10" diameter by The Atkin Bros.
Sold for £250
Not Illustrated
531
A VICTORIAN BALUSTER SHAPED TANKARD with chased oval panels depicting fruit, standing on turned stepped foot and with double 'C' scrolled handle, 4 1/2" high, London 1864 by the Harrison Brothers and Howson.
Sold for £120
Not Illustrated
532
AN EDWARDIAN PORRIDGE BASIN chased with village scenes and figures at a table making merry, scroll edge and standing on four cast feet depicting rogues by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company 1901, cased.
Sold for £180
Not Illustrated
534
A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND PLATE TO INCLUDE two silver napkin rings, two silver cork mounts, one of a pheasant and one of a hound, plated fish servers and salad servers and three brass napkin rings.
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
535
A GEORGE III SILVER TWO HANDLED TROPHY with scrolling handles and turned stepped foot by Peter and William Bateman 1807, 6" high and with later added copper base.
Sold for £180
Not Illustrated
536
A PAIR OF SILVER PEPPERS in the form of hunting horns, 4 3/4" high by Walker and Hall 1908.
Sold for £160
537
A SILVER TROPHY CUP with chased garlands of flowers standing on a turned foot, 9" high, Sheffield 1903, 15oz troy.
Sold for £220
Not Illustrated
538
A TWO HANDLED SILVER TROPHY CUP with reeded decoration and scrolling handles standing on a turned stepped foot, 6" high 1899, 14 oz. troy.
Sold for £180
Not Illustrated
539
A PAIR OF SILVER NAPKIN RINGS with engine turned decoration and castellated edges, Chester 1914, a silver vesta case, two bun salts, a pepper, a cream jug and two plated napkin rings (9).
Sold for £110
Not Illustrated
540
A SILVER PLATED QUART TANKARD with reeded decoration and scrolled handles, 6" high, a further tankard and an oval sauce boat and cover (3).
Sold for £50
Not Illustrated
541
AN ELECTROPLATE MOUNTED CRANBERRY GLASS CLARET JUG, the spout decorated with the head of Bacchus, 12" high.
Sold for £100
Not Illustrated
542
A MOULDED GLASS CLARET JUG with silver plated mounts and scrolling decoration, 12" high.
Sold for £65
Not Illustrated
543
A COLLECTION OF EIGHT KINGS PATTERN SILVER HANDLE TABLE KNIVES, varying dates and makers and six further Kings pattern table knives.
Sold for £160
Not Illustrated
544
A PAIR OF SILVER TRUMPET VASES with flower head tops and matching feet, 7" high, Birmingham 1919.
Sold for £85
Not Illustrated
545
AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN ART NOUVEAU SILVER JUG with chased leaf decoration and organic handle, matching dish with pierced sides and two glass holders.
Sold for £200
546
AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN ART DECO SILVER DISH with flared legs, pierced sides with leaf decoration and a blue glass liner, 6 1/4" wide.
Sold for £150
547
A CONTINENTAL SILVER VESSEL in the form of a viking ship, 830 grade silver, 8" long.
Sold for £210
548
A CONTINENTAL SILVER ART NOUVEAU OVAL TRAY with flower and scroll decoration, 800 grade silver, 15" wide.
Sold for £220
549
A CONTINENTAL SILVER TRAY, square with shaped corners and reeded edge, 9 3/4" square and a silver plated oval teapot (2).
Sold for £170
Not Illustrated
551
A PAIR OF SILVER HEXAGONAL SHAPED PIERCED BON-BON DISHES with scrolled decoration, 5 1/2" wide, Birmingham 1947.
Sold for £110
Not Illustrated
552
A SILVER MOUNTED CIGAR CUTTER with engraved foliate decoration, a silver stamp holder and an oval locket (3).
Sold for £35
Not Illustrated
553
A SIX DIVISIONAL TOAST RACK with a pierced base and on ball feet, Birmingham 1929 and a further four divisional toast rack.
Sold for £100
Not Illustrated
554
A BALUSTER SHAPED SILVER PEPPER with drilled lid and turned finial, 4 1/2" high, London 1901 and a silver tea strainer with turned wooden handles (2).
Sold for £50
Not Illustrated
555
A TWO HANDLED SILVER SUGAR BASIN with egg and dart rim and on a turned stepped base with matching milk jug, Birmingham 1931 and two pairs of sugar tongs (4).
Sold for £110
Not Illustrated
556
A PAIR OF SILVER DWARF CANDLESTICKS with turned decoration, Birmingham 1981, two napkin rings and a silver pin tray.
Sold for £80
Not Illustrated
557
A SILVER MARROW SCOOP, 8 1/2" long, Sheffield 1967, cased.
Sold for £45
Not Illustrated
558
A WILLIAM IV SILVER FISH SLICE, with pierced and engraved fish and foliate decoration to the slice, London 1837, 11 1/2" across, together with a silver fish knife, a toasting fork, an art nouveau vesta case and three further pieces (7)
Sold for £75
Not Illustrated
559
AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN DRINKING FIGURE, titled 'Landlord', gesturing with an empty bottle, 5 3/4" high, together with a cranberry and clear glass jar and stopper with allover vine leaf decoration, 6 1/2" (2)
Sold for £80
560
A CIRCULAR SILVER DISH with fluted sides and standing on three turned ivory feet, 11" diameter by Edward Barnard and Sons 1936, 27 oz. troy.
Sold for £400
561
A PART CANTEEN OF SILVER CUTLERY, Art Deco style consisting of four tablespoons, five table forks, five dessert forks, four dessert spoons and four soup spoons by the Atkin Bros, Sheffield 1936, 44 oz troy (22).
Sold for £560
Not Illustrated
564
A GEORGIAN SILVER MEAT SKEWER, 10" long, marks rubbed.
Sold for £65
Not Illustrated
565
A SET OF SIX HANOVARIAN PATTERN TABLE FORKS, dessert forks and dessert spoons, varying dates and makers (18).
Sold for £380
Not Illustrated
566
A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS SILVER TO INCLUDE a cream jug, a pair of napkin rings, plated salad servers, butter dishes and other items.
Sold for £120
Not Illustrated
568
A FOUR PIECE SILVER PLATED TEA SET, teapot with fluted lower body.
Sold for £20
Not Illustrated
569
A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER TABLESPOONS, London 1799 and four antique bottom marked English silver spoons, marks worn, 12 oz. (6).
Sold for £160
Not Illustrated
570
A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III SILVER DESSERT SPOONS, London 1804, hallmarked R.C. (one later date), 15 oz.
Sold for £220
Not Illustrated
571
A SET OF NINE GEORGE III SILVER FORKS, London 1808 by Richard Crossley and George Smith, 19 oz (9).
Sold for £230
Not Illustrated
572
A SILVER PART CANTEEN OF CUTLERY TO INCLUDE six dessert forks, six table forks, five dessert spoons, three tablespoons and two teaspoons (22), 43 oz.
Sold for £550
Not Illustrated
573
A COLLECTION TO INCLUDE TWO SILVER CIGARETTE CASES, three napkin rings, a shell butter bowl, three silver dishes, a silver compact, a silver pen knife, two pairs of sugar tongs (13).
Sold for £210
Not Illustrated
574
A COLLECTION OF APPROXIMATELY FIFTY FIVE SILVER TEASPOONS, salt spoons, mustard spoons, two forks etc. of varying date and makers.
Sold for £360
Not Illustrated
575
A COLLECTION OF SEVENTEEN SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, two styles with engraved monogram, some variation in date circa 1915.
Sold for £70
Not Illustrated
576
A WILLIAM IV SILVER CYLINDRICAL SHAKER, Exeter 1835, another similar and a pair of silver pepper pots of baluster form, London 1900 (4).
Sold for £210
Not Illustrated

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