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Day One: Collectors' Items, Works of Art, Oriental Items, Wines & Spirits, Clocks, Barometer, Silver & Silver Plate, Jewellery, (continued)

Lot Description Illustration
A 19th century mahogany cased bracket clock The white painted dial signed Pritchard, Birmingham, with Roman numerals and four pillar bell striking fusee movement, the bracket with carved bust. The clock 45 cm high.
Sold for £320
A Persian white metal vase, hallmarked for Isfahan and 81% purity mark Of spherical form, decorated with engraved figural vignettes within embossed scrolling vines interspersed with exotic birds. 22 cm high.
Sold for £950
An early 20th century unmarked Indian silver tray With a pierced border centrally decorated with buildings amongst a mountainous landscape and centred with an inscribed presentation cartouche. 39.5 cm wide.
Sold for £300
A Victorian silver coursing trophy vase, hallmarked London 1890, maker's mark of Frederick Sibray & Job Frank Hall Embossed with acanthus leaves and engraved Hamerton Coursing 1891. 24.5 cm high.
Sold for £140
A Victorian silver pepperette - WITHDRAWN
Not Illustrated
A George V silver card case, hallmarked Birmingham 1911, maker's mark of Robert Chandler, retailed by Saqui & Lawrence, Piccadilly Circus Extensively worked with foliate scrolls enclosing a cartouche engraved EAN and dated 26.6.17. 9 cm long.
Sold for £90
A George V silver table snuff, hallmarked London 1911, maker's mark of Fanny Benjamin, retailed by Asprey, London Of rectangular form with all over engine turning. 11 cm wide.
A silver and enamelled cigarette case, hallmarked London 1958, maker's mark of H.D.S, retailed by Benzie Cowes With all over engine turning, the cover enamelled Latifa R.Y.S., R.O.R.C. and four pennants spelling MLLX, the interior inscribed Colin From Mike. 12 cm wide.
Sold for £55
A George V silver three piece tea set, the teapot hallmarked Sheffield 1918, maker's mark of Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, the cream jug and sucrier hallmarked for Sheffield 1915, maker's mark of Roberts & Belk Each piece with gadrooned band and rim with anthemion corners, standing on ball feet. The teapot 14 cm high. (3)
Sold for £300
A William IV silver seven bar toast rack, hallmarked London 1835, maker's mark of Charles Thomas Fox The pierced and foliate cast handle above twin arched divisions, standing on pierced acanthus cast scroll feet. 15 cm high.
Sold for £360
A William IV silver sauce jug, hallmarked London 1835, maker's mark of Edward, Edward Junior, John & W. Barnard The lobed body with foliate cast shoulders, shaped rim and acanthus cast handle, standing on scroll feet. 13.5 cm high.
Sold for £100
A pair of Edwardian silver chocolate pots, hallmarked Birmingham 1901, maker's mark of Thomas Hayes Each of typical form with turned wood handle, both crested. 18 cm high. (2)
Sold for £120
A George III silver pedestal sauce boat, hallmarked London 1795, maker's mark of Peter & Ann Bateman With reeded rim, loop handle and spreading foot. 15.5 cm high overall.
Sold for £140
A George III silver coffee pot, hallmarked London 1762, maker's mark indistinct The later embossed baluster body with acanthus cast spout and boxwood handle, the hinged cover with pineapple finial, standing on a spreading foot, engraved Moor's head crest. 27 cm high.
Sold for £500
A Victorian silver taperstick, hallmarked Birmingham 1892, maker's mark of George Wish Of typical form with cast decoration. 8.5 cm high.
A silver soup ladle, hallmarked Sheffield 1940, maker's mark of William Hutton & Sons Ltd 32.5 cm long.
Sold for £50
An Edwardian silver Stilton scoop, hallmarked London 1905, maker's mark of William Hutton & Sons Ltd Together with a Victorian silver crumb scoop, hallmarked Sheffield 1899, maker's mark of George Howson. The former 20.5 cms long; the latter 33 cm long. (2)
Sold for £70
A matched silver condiment set, retailed by Collingwood of Conduit Street Limited, London Comprising: a pair of George III pepper pots, hallmarked London 1768, maker's mark of John Delmester & Johns Manns, a pair of George III salt cellars, hallmarked London 1761, maker's mark of David Hennell, a George III mustard, hallmarked London 1810, maker's mark of John Bridge, a George III mustard, hallmarked London 1801, maker's mark of AK and two pairs of George III salt/mustard spoons, in fitted case for Collingwood of Conduit Street Limited.
Sold for £180
A George V silver sugar basket, hallmarked Chester 1912, maker's mark indistinct The pierced and chased bowl with blue glass liner and swing handle, standing on a pedestal foot. 20 cm high overall.
A pair of George V silver mounted enamel decorated cut glass perfume bottles, hallmarked Birmingham 1926 and 1927, maker's mark of Adie Brothers Ltd 15.5 cm high. (2)
Sold for £150
A silver novelty desk stand, hallmarked London 1923, maker's mark of Albert Clarke Modelled as a vintage car, possibly a 1902 Baby Peugeot, the boot a stamp box, the hinged seat revealing an inkwell. 13 cm long.
Sold for £2,500
A Victorian pierced silver and dish and cover, hallmarked Birmingham 1856, maker's mark of William Gough The domed cover with lion finial, the body with lion mask ring handles, standing on lions paw feet with milk glass liner. 13.5 cm high.
Sold for £340
Two Art Nouveau style silver photograph frames, one hallmarked London 1987, maker's mark of RBB, the other hallmarked London 1989, maker's mark of SS The largest 25.5 cm high. (2)
A matched George IV silver three piece tea set, the teapot hallmarked London 1822, maker's mark of EF, the sugar bowl and cream jug hallmarked London 1824, maker's mark of WE Each piece with floral scrolling embossed decoration and engraved with a crest. The teapot 27 cms wide.
Sold for £480
A George IV silver coffee pot, hallmarked London 1820, maker's mark of IET The front decorated with a cipher, the underside with a presentation inscription from HRH The Duke of Kent. 21.5 cm high.
Sold for £300
A pair of George III silver entree dishes and covers, hallmarked London 1792, maker's mark of Peter Podie Each of octagonal section with reeded edge and handles, crested. 38 cm wide overall. (2)
A George III silver mug, hallmarked London 1770, makers mark indistinct Of waisted form with an acanthus capped scrolling handle, standing on a spreading domed foot, the front with engraved monogram. 11.25 cm high.
Sold for £220
An Edward VII enamel decorated silver mantel clock, hallmarked Birmingham 1903, maker's mark of The Douglas Clock Company Of balloon form, fronted with an enamel floral panel. 16 cm high.
Sold for £270
A pair of silver candlesticks, hallmarked London 1900, maker's mark of Thomas Bradbury & Sons Of neo-classical design, loaded. 31 cm high. (2)
Sold for £650
A 925 Sterling silver pepperette, maker's mark of TC & SM Limited Formed as a French bulldog, modelled seated. 6.5 cm high.
A George III pear shaped silver coffee pot, hallmarked London 1778, maker's mark of John Schofield With embossed acanthus floral decoration, the hinged lid mounted with a Chinese figural finial. 19.5 cm high.
A pair of George III Irish silver decanter labels, hallmarked Dublin 1807, makers mark indistinct Of canted rectangular form, inscribed Whiskey and Rum; together with a pair of George V silver decanter labels, hallmarked London 1924, maker's mark of J.H.T, of canted rectangular form, pierced Port and Vintage Port. (4)
Sold for £170
A pair of George III silver decanter labels, hallmarked Sheffield 1794, maker's mark of M. Fenton & Co. Of canted crescent form, inscribed Port and Claret; together with another en suite, but unmarked, inscribed Madeira. (3)
Sold for £190
An Irish Trout Fly Fishing Competition Committee National Angling Championship Challenge silver cup, hallmarked Dublin 1939, maker's mark of West & Son Won by Corrib 1938, variously inscribe and with facsimile signature for George E. Wilson. 10.5 cm high.
Sold for £130
A Louis Lejeune Ltd chromed car mascot Modelled as a dachshund, stamped mark to base. 10 cm long.
Sold for £50
A 19th century silver ladle, assay and date marks indistinct, maker's mark of John & Henry & Charles Lias Kings pattern. 35.5 cm long.
Sold for £100
A matched suite of George III silver flatware Comprising: eight tablespoons, hallmarked London 1816, maker's mark of William Eley & William Fearn; eight table forks, hallmarked London 1815 and 1816, maker's mark of William Eley & William Fearn and London 1836, maker's mark of Mary Chawner; eight spoons, hallmarked London 1815 and 1816, maker's mark of William Eley & William Fearn; and eight forks, hallmarked London 1816, maker's mark of William Eley & William Fearn and London 1825, maker's mark of John & Henry & Charles Lias, Kings pattern.
Sold for £600
A 19th century Dutch silver Lodderein box Of typical form, the cover and base inset with silver Dutch Virgin coin. 5 cm high.
A pair of large white metal shoe buckles, probably Continental Both stamped. 9.5 cm wide. (2)
A novelty white metal pepper In the form of a bird; together with a white metal novelty salt in the form of a chick; a white metal shell salt; and a white metal mounted boar's tooth knife rest. The former 4.5 cm high. (4)
Sold for £110
A French silver mounted glass caviar dish, bowl and caviar spoon by Cartier, Paris, the bowl rim with 925 purity mark, maker's mark, Mercure Export mark, stamped Argent, Made in France, Cartier Paris and numbered 313192 The dish ring and spoon similarly marked, in fitted case. The bowl 18.5 cm diameter.
Sold for £600
A Dutch silver model of a shoe With pierced and embossed decoration. 12 cm long.
Sold for £70
An early 20th century Continental 800 silver mounted carved wooden box and cover The removable lid mounted with three nuts, the chip carved main body above three walnut form feet. 15 cm diameter.
A Swedish silver circular box and cover, hallmarked 1804, maker's mark of PZ The cover inset with a 1788 Brazilian 320 Reis coin. 7.5 cm diameter.
Sold for £55
A pair of 19th century Chinese silver nail guards Typically pierced and decorated; together with three further Chinese silver nail guards, similar but smaller; a Chinese silver bi disc; two Chinese silver pendants; and a Chinese silver ring. The former 9.5 cm long. (9)
Sold for £260
A Chinese Export white metal card case, probably by Wang Hing Worked with a chrysanthemum and a vacant cartouche opposing four calligraphic roundels amongst bamboo sprays. 9.5 cm long.
A Meiji-Taisho period Japanese unmarked silver picture frame Worked with an eagle worrying two smaller birds amongst blossom sprays. 24.5 cm high.
Sold for £180
A cased Chinese enamel decorated silver dressing table set Comprising: hand mirror, a brush, comb, and a lidded pot, each decorated with floral enamel work and set with cabochons. The case 39 cm wide.
A 19th century Chinese silver trophy cup The main body embossed with various warring figures amongst pagodas and bearing a vacant cartouche, the stem formed from two entwined dragons over the cloud filled stepped base, the underside marked with maker's mark of LC. 21.5 cm high.
An early 20th century Chinese silver pepperette formed as Buddha Typically modelled seated; together with another Chinese silver pepperette of architectural form. The former 5.25 cm high. (2)
Sold for £80

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