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Fri 15th Nov 2019 - 4pm
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Jewellery & Watches, Silver & Gold
Specialist Sale including antique and modern jewellery, watches, silver, gold, vertu, coins and bank notes.
Lot 48A group of Victorian and later silver items, including a three piece cruet set, cigarette case, 8.5 by 8.5 by 3cm, pair of dwarf candlesticks, a/f damaged, 7cm high, four silver backed hair brushes and hand mirror, miniature cup, 5.5cm, small vase, 8.5cm, napkin ring, tea strainer and bowl, shoe horn, boot hook, and several spoons. (24).
Lot 50A group of five silver items, comprising a Victorian milk jug with repousse decoration and C shaped handle, raised upon three scroll feet, London 1856, 10.5 by 8 by 11cm, a circular form inkwell, William Neale, Chester 1905, 9.2 by 8cm, a spill vase with rubbed hallmarks, both with weighted bases, a Victorian silver handled ivory page turner, possibly 'EB' London 1893, 34cm, a small circular photograph frame, 6.5cm, W I Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1984, and a silver lidded cut glass rectangular dressing table pot, J C Plimpton & Co, Chester 1904, , 9.5 by 4.5 by 3cm, total weighable silver 4.2toz. (5).
Lot 51A group of nine silver items, comprising a pair of octagonal form pepper pots, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1909, 10.8cm, another pair of pepper pots with gadrooned bases on square plinths, George Unite, Birmingham 1900, 7.5cm, a lidded salt with associated spoon and blue glass liner, Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1903, a pair of twin handled kylix form salt with half reeded bases, Maurice Freeman, London 1893, and a smaller pair of similar salts, William Briggs & Co. Birmingham 1901, overall 12.3toz. (9).
Lot 53A pair of silver George V twin handled oval form planished bowls, with presentation inscription to 'Colonel N.G.B. Goodfellow 1923' each with pierced decorated rims and raised upon four feet, both 20.5 by 11 by 6.3cm high, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths company, London, 1922, 14.7toz..
Lot 54A George V silver muffin dish, of circular domed form, with black plastic finial, removable tray, and shaped rim with gadrooned decoration, base stamped for retailer Reid & Sons, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson), Sheffield 1930, 19.0toz, 19 by 13cm high..
Lot 55A group of Victorian and Edwardian silver flatware, mostly small spoons, including a set of six coffee spoons, eight salt spoons, two souvenir spoons with terminals enamelled with Norwich crest, a teaspoon with terminal enamelled with the crest of the Royal Norfolk and Suffolk Yacht Club, two George III fiddle pattern dessert forks, a Victorian silver and mother of pearl folding fruit knife, John Yeomans Cowlishaw, Sheffield 1863, 9cm/15.5cm, together with five table forks, 24.5cm, and six dessert forks, 21cm, with steel blades and silver plated handles, C. J. Vander Ltd, Sheffield, total weighable silver 11.3toz. (40).
Lot 56A group of four Victorian and later silver sugar sifters, comprising one by Royal Irish Silver Co, Dublin 1970, 16.5cm, one by J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1973, 15cm, one by S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Chester 1928, 14cm, and one by C.W possibly Charles Westwood, Birmingham 1891, 9.5cm, combined total 15.3toz. (4).
Lot 58A pair of silver vesta cases bearing 128th Bombay Pioneers presentation inscription 'Capt. N.G.B. Goodfellow', each 5.5 by 2.5 by 5cm, 4.4toz overall, together with a silver plated desk stand, with two ink wells, engraved with an erroneous regimental presentation inscription '28th [sic] Bombay Pioneers 1878-1898'. (3).
Lot 59A William IV / early Victorian silver set of four salt cellars, of circular pierced floral swag design with further swags and C scrolls, each on three feet, the spoons with bowls formed as flowers and the terminals as leaves joined by naturalistic stems, each 8cm long, blue glass liners, total silver weight 9.17toz, each 6.5 by 5.5cm high. (4)
Provenance: Purchased Phillips, New Bond Street, Lot 176 for £160, Sale 19581, 19th October 1973..
Lot 61A group of eleven silver items, comprising an Asprey sauce boat, 14.5 by 7.6 by 7cm high, Birmingham 1908, pepper pot, three salts, two with blue glass liners and two associated condiment spoons, a napkin ring, and two Victorian sugar bowls and a milk jug, total combined weight 14.7toz. (11).
Lot 63A group of Victorian and later silver items, comprising an Edwardian silver jewellery and ring box, initial ‘P’ engraved to lid, raised on short legs, a/f damaged, 9 by 8 by 3cm, an Edwardian silver cigarette box, 8.5 by 8 by 3.5cm, a candle snuffer with flame shaped final, (loose) turned wooden handle, A J Poole, Birmingham 1996, 8 by 28cm, a menu holder mounted on carved walnut base, marks rubbed, five napkin rings of various designs, a footed bowl, and four small pierced and embossed trays, 10.8toz total combined weighable silver. (14).
Lot 64Two silver cruet sets, comprising a three piece George VI silver cruet set, with lidded mustard, 10 by 7 by 5cm high, pepper, 6 by 10cm high, and cauldron salt, 7.5 by 3.8cm high, each with three paw feet and gadrooned rims, Walker & Hall, London 1938, 12.98toz total, in original fitted case, with an associated but matching spoon, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1938, and a Edwardian silver cruet set, comprising lidded mustard, two salts with glass liners, and two peppers, J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd, various dates circa 1935, 11.42toz total, together with two silver spoons and two EPNS spoons. (13).
Lot 68A group of silver items, comprising a sugar sifter David Hollander & Son, Birmingham 1971, a silver card tray with scroll effect decorative rim, presentation inscription, 16.5cm diameter, three thimbles, two salts, two pepper pots, four cut glass dressing table bottles and jars with silver tops or collars, a small twin handled cup, and a paper clip, 16toz overall of weighable silver. (16).
Lot 70A pair of Elizabeth II silver candlesticks, each with flared single knop tops and conical bases, Barry M Witmond, London 2004, each 10 by 20cm high, 18.3toz overall, together with a mid 20th century twin handled silver bon bon dish, Henry Williamson Ltd., Birmingham 1945, 5.2toz, 14.5 by 9.5 by 13cm high. (3).
Lot 78A group of three silver items, comprising an Arts and Crafts style goblet, John Edward Wilmot, Birmingham 1906, 9.7 by 10.9cm, a sauce boat, Barker Brothers Silver Ltd., Birmingham 1955, 17.3 by 10.2 by 8cm, and an hexagonal small tray with pierced decoration, Barker Brothers, Chester 1911, 20cm, combined total 16.6toz. (3).
Lot 79A group of Victorian and Edwardian silver cutlery, Old English pattern, comprising five desert spoons and six desert forks, terminals engraved 'H', each 17.5cm long, three desert spoons and three desert forks, terminals engraved 'N', each 17.5cm long, and a single desert fork with terminal engraved 'P', 17.5cm long, various makers and dates, combined weight 28.4toz. (18).
Lot 80A group of Georgian and Victorian silver table forks, comprising a set of five fiddle pattern, terminals engraved GMJ, WE, London 1827, each 20cm, a set of three Old English pattern, back of terminals engraved with an armorial crest of a bird, HH, London 1839, each 20cm, a pair of similar pattern and terminal engraving, James Ede & Alexander Hewat, London 1809, each 20cm, and two further single forks, combined weight 25.4toz. (12).
Lot 81A group of Georgian and later desert spoons, mostly Hanoverian and Old English pattern, some with terminals engraved, including an early George III spoon, back of terminal engraved 'B over W*E', London 1767, 15.5cm, a George III spoon, Hester Bateman, London 1785, 16.5cm, a George III spoon, London 1770, Elizabeth Tookey, 17cm, a set of six six fiddle pattern, William Robert Smily, London 1843, 17.5cm, and a set of five, terminal engraved with an armorial crest of a rearing horse pierced by an arrow, RC possibly Richard Crossley, London 1784, 16.5cm, combined total 27.8toz. (24).
Lot 84A collection of Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian teaspoons, including a set of nine Old English pattern, terminals engraved 'S', Brewis & Co (Thomas Kanzow Bowley), London 1893, two sets of four King's pattern, HH or GA, London 1848 and 1859, further sets of teaspoons, salt spoons, a tea caddy spoon, butter spreader, and a condiment spoon, 26.0toz total. (42).
Lot 85A George V three piece silver tea set, comprising of squat form teapot with ebonised handle and finial, 22.5 by 12.3 by 10cm high, together with a matching milk jug, 12.5 by 8 by 6.5cm high, and twin handled sugar bowl, 13.5 by 9 by 7cm high, 24toz overall, Harrison Brothers & Howson, London 1916. (3).
Lot 86Judaica: a composite set of six Edward VII silver kiddush cups, each engraved with a wreath, Jacob Fenigstein, Birmingham, one dated 1908, five dated 1909, each 4 by 9cm, 6.0toz combined, together with a matching circular tray engraved with the Star of David centred by an eight petalled flower and encircled by a band of leaves, Jacob Fenigstein, London 1909, 20.3cm, 6.7toz. (7).
Lot 87Judaica: a 19th century pre-revolutionary Russian silver egg, with filigree decoration throughout, lid of egg lifts to reveal a seated rabbi, with cabouchons of carnelian other stones, raised upon three claw feet, with Russian hallmarks 1873, maker’s mark ИА, possibly Moscow, 10.5 cm high, 2.5toz..
Lot 88Judaica: A pre-revolutionary 19th century Russian silver hexagonal box, the pierced lid decorated with a crown flanked by four prowling lions, its sides with an applied Star of David to one side and an applied lion to the other side, with four malachite cabochons to other sides, raised upon six feet, bearing Russian maker’s mark ИА, dated 1873, possibly Moscow, 3.95toz, 10 by 6.5 by 8.5cm high..
Lot 89A Victorian silver three piece tea service, decorated after Indian Mughal style and embossed with nine signs of the Zodiac, each within a scrolled panel, comprising a teapot of compressed ovoid form with hinged cover and lobed knop, plain hollow handle with ivory insulators, further chased with leaf borders, 17 by 10.5 by 7.5cm high, a sugar bowl, 9 by 5.5cm high, and a milk jug, 6.5 by 7.5cm high, George Fox, London 1875, combined weight 16.94toz. (3).
Lot 91A late Victorian silver four piece tea service for the Indian market, repousse decorated in Mughal style with unengraved circular reserves against a dense foliate ground interspersed with exotic birds and flowers, bordered by bands of flowers, comprising teapot, 23 by 13 by 16.5cm high, coffee pot, 21 by 12.5 by 22.5cm high, twin handled sugar bowl, 17 by 11.5 by 12.5cm high, and milk jug, 12 by 7.5 by 13cm high, ivory insulators to teapot and coffee pot, Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1899, combined weight 72.9toz. (4).