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Fri 20th Nov 2020 - 4pm
Jewellery & Watches, Silver & Gold
Specialist Quarterly Sale including antique and modern jewellery, watches, silver, gold, objects of vertu, coins and bank notes.
Lot 49A set of six Edwardian silver teaspoons with sugar tongs, in the Albany pattern, The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1902, tongs 11 by 4.7 by 1.3cm, in a fitted cased, and a set of five silver coffee bean spoons, Marson & Jones, Birmingham 1925, with another similarly sized coffee spoon, cased, and a set of ten teaspoons with twist handles, Wingfield, Rowbotham & Co, Birmingham 1911, a/f mostly broken, cased, all 5.9toz, together with a set of six silver handled fruit knives and forks with filled pistol butt handles, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1921, cased, and a Victorian button hook and shoe horn with silver filled handles, both, Levi & Salaman and William Harrison Walter, Birmingham 1900, cased, all filled silver 12.45toz. (5 cases).
Lot 50A group of three silver items, comprising a capstan inkwell, Stuart Clifford & Co., London 1912, 14.6 by 7cm high, a ERII cigarette box with machine turned decoration and blank cartouche, Harman Brothers, Birmingham 1957, 16.5 by 11.7 by 3.5cm high, and a small early 20th century silver cased clock, 11.8 by 3.2 by 10.5cm high, all a/f poor condition. (3).
Lot 52A pair of early George III silver cauldron salts, with parcel gilt interiors, both with engraved monogram possibly 'RA' and clear glass liners, tripod bases with shell mounts and pad feet, 6.7 by 4cm high, a/f, David Mowden, London 1868, with a George III salt spoon, 8cm long rubbed maker's mark, London 1801, and a George V salt spoon, 7.2cm long, Thomas William Lack, London 1936, overall 3.7toz overall. (1 bag).
Lot 55A collection of silver items and coins, including two dressing table items, a scent bottle with white metal collar, 7.5cm high, a George V silver lidded oval pot, Birmingham 1919, 10.5cm long, a Victorian silver napkin ring, William Oliver, Birmingham 1899, and a group of silver proof coins, including a 1951 Festival of Britain crown, a ERII Silver Jubilee, a 1981 Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer proof coin, and a white metal cameo ring and two small white metal and enamel pill boxes, 3cm by 17cm high. (1 box).
Lot 57A William IV silver toddy ladle and two others, all with twisted whale bone handles, comprising a William IV Scottish ladle, 20cm long, Peter Aitken I, Glasgow 1838, another possibly Scottish ladle with rubbed hallmarks, 18cm long, and a white metal ladle, monogram engraved possibly 'FEC' to its bowl, 38.5cm long. (3).
Lot 59Two 19th century silver table spoons, comprising a George III Scottish silver table spoon, engraved with a 'D' to one side of its finial and monogram to its underside, Alexander Zeigler, Edinburgh 1797, 23cm long, old English pattern rat tail table spoon, with 'M A' and 'E B' to the back of its finial, London, possibly 1807, 20cm long, overall 3.7toz. (2).
Lot 60A group of George V silver dressing table items, comprising a cased part set silver and glass backed dressing table set, with three brushes and a hand mirror, William Hair Haseler Birmingham 1928, together with a continental 800 grade silver topped glass scent bottle, 6 by 15.5cm high, three silver topped dressing table pots of different sizes, the largest Sydney & Co. Birmingham 1916, and a smaller pair, William Devenport, Birmingham 1923, 3.8 by 3.5cm high, a silver topped scent bottle two silver topped glass scent bottles, without stoppers, William Hutton & Sons Ltd. Sheffield possibly 1911, 4 by 5.8cm high, and a pair of spill vases with flared rims and stepped square bases, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1915, 4.4 by 4.4 by 12cm high, overall weighable silver 0.5toz. (1 case and 1 bag).
Lot 64Two Georgian silver table spoons, comprising a George II silver table spoon, Old English pattern, terminal engraved 'BIA', and with shell relief to bowl, Richard Gosling, London 1751, 20cm, and George III silver table spoon, Old English pattern, terminal engraved with armorial crest, John Lambe, London probably 1778 but marks rubbed, 21cm, 3.96toz combined weight. (2).
Lot 65A ERII silver Masonic medallion from the Eyre Chapter No. 2742 inscribed 'Presented to Ex. Comp. C.F.E Pipe by members of the Chapter in recognition of the efficient manner he discharged his duties M.E.L. 1970-1971' G. Weedon & Sons , London 1950, together with another masonic medallion 'W.M. 1990-91 Redbridge Lodge No. 7145' with enamel bridge over stream country scene. (2).
Lot 71A pair of late 19th century Dutch silver beetroot spoons, with flat bowls, twisted stems and beaded terminals, Fa. JM van Kempon Zoon, Hague 1889, 2.3toz, and a rectangular Victorian silver photograph frame without glass, William Comyns & Sons, London 1897, 7.5 by 11.8, overall size 13.7 by 16.5cm. (3).
Lot 72A group of George V and later silver wares, comprising a George V bon bon dish of dodecagon form with pierced decoration and outswept tripod base, Synyer & Beddoes, Chester 1924, 13 by 4.3cm high, another bon bon dish of circular form with pierced decoration and a flat base, Joseph Gloster Ltd., Birmingham 1911, 12 by 3.5cm high, a ERII small spill vase with square pedestal base, Viner's Ltd., Sheffield 1956, 3.5 by 3.5 by 7cm high, a candlestick, Francis Howard Ltd., Birmingham 1972, 6.7 by 15.5cm high and a pair of late Victorian silver rimmed cut glass salts, Sanders & Aquilar, London 1900, 5 by 2.8cm high, 5.70toz total weighable silver. (1 bag).
Lot 73Four Victorian and later silver items, comprising a Victorian card case of oblong form with blank cartouche, does not fully shut, George Unite & Sons, Birmingham 1877, 9 by 5.5 by 1cm, a vesta case with monogram possibly lid bent, 'RHA', rubbed maker's marks, Birmingham 1893, 4.5 by 1 by 5.8cm, an Edward VII small hip flask, Sydney & Co. Birmingham 1903, 5.5 by 1.1 by 7.8cm, and a vesta case, 5.2 by 0.3 by 6.2cm overall, marked '925 Sterling' overall 6.2toz. (1 bag).
Lot 74A group of Victorian and later silver ware, comprising a George VI cased set of teaspoons with Corinthian capital style finials, Josiah Williams & Co. London 1939, each 8.3cm long, a cased pair of silver and mother and pearl knife rests, John Biggin, Sheffield 1921, 6.8 by 2.8 by 2.8cm high, a Victorian pickle fork with twisted ivory handle, William Hutton & Sons Ltd. London 1899, 22cm long, an Edwardian silver oval form ashtray with weighted base, Samuel Jacob, London 1905, 11.5 by 8 by 2.2cm high, a George V silver topped and handled ink blotter, William Devenport Birmingham 1923, 8.8 by 2.5 by 2.8cm high and a set of Victorian six filled silver handled butter knives, London, 1856. (1 bag).
Lot 76Thirteen pieces of George III and later silver flatware, comprising twelve old English pattern teaspoons: five various George III teaspoons, largest Solomon Hougham, London 1811, 12.7cm long, smallest Peter & William Bateman, London 1805, 11.8cm long, a Victorian teaspoon,Charles Boyton (I), London 1840, 13.5cm long, a set of six Victorian teaspoons, with indistinct monogram to each finial, Charles Boyton (II) London 1893, 13cm long, and a small butter knife, 'H' engraved upon its finial, J & R Griffin (Joseph & Richard Griffin), Birmingham 1906, 10cm long, 5.9toz overall. (1 bag).
Lot 81A George III silver baby's rattle, with whistle end, monogram engraved 'AMJ 1831', two bells to the octagonal body, chased decoration throughout, coral teether haft, IT possibly John Thropp, Birmingham 1818, 13cm, together with two other 19th century silver baby's rattles, one with nine bells but missing coral, George Unite, Birmingham 1891, 9cm, the other missing all bells and coral, IH, 7.5cm, 2.825toz total gross weight. (3).
Lot 82A suite of similar George III silver spoons, all Old English pattern with bright cut decoration, comprising a pair of table spoons, terminals engraved 'IA', Stephen Adams II, London 1788 and 1789, 21.8cm, a set of six teaspoons, terminals engraved 'IA', Stephen Adams II, London 1789, 12cm, a pair of sugar tongs, top engraved 'IA', BW, London 1790, 13cm, and a pair of salt spoons, terminals engraved 'C', marks rubbed but possibly Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1800, 9.5cm, 7.97toz total combined weight. (11).
Lot 83A group of silver items, including a quaiche, Elkington and Co, Birmingham 1911, 3.27toz, 14 by 9.5 by 4cm high, a silver and mother of pearl rattle with two bells, Crisford & Norris Ltd, Birmingham 1926, 1.49toz, 12cm long, two cut glass dressing table jars, and matching scent bottle with faux tortoishell and silver mounts 7.5cm diameter by 8cm high and a cut glass scent bottle with silver collar, 5.8cm diameter by 8.5cm high. (6).
Lot 84A Victorian silver scent bottle, of cylindrical form, the whole decorated with rococo scrolls and flowers with daisy to the silver lid, Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham 1901, 1.87toz, 5.4cm diameter by 8.5cm high, together with two silver topped perfume atomisers the tallest 12.7cm high, a blue flash glass scent bottle with silver collar, 3 by 2 by 6.5cm high, a Victorian cut cranberry glass scent bottle of octagonal form with silver lid, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1898, 2.5 by 2.5 by 4.8cm high, a further cut glass scent bottle with silver collar, a pressed glass scent bottle and two silver topped dressing table jars. (9).
Lot 89An Edwardian silver cruet set of gadroon bellied cauldron form, with fluted rims and silver gilt interiors, William Aitken, Birmingham 1905, 5.74toz, salts 6.8 by 5.2 by 4.2cm high, mustard pot 9.1 by 5.3 by 6cm high, pepperette 5.3 by 4.4 by 8.7cm high, together with three further silver mustard pots comprising a circular capstan mustard pot, Henry Perkins & Sons, London 1923, with blue glass liner, 2.36toz, 6.3cm diameter by 6.2cm high, two of caldron form raised on pad feet, 4.03 toz, one with liner, a pair of salt spoons, William Aitken, Birmingham 1904, 0.4toz, and two further condiment spoons 0.3toz. (11).
Lot 90A group of cruet sets, comprising a set of Art Deco design with stepped conical tops, comprising salt, pepper mustard pot with liner and a circular stand, Bishton's Ltd, Birmingham 1945, a set of curvilinear design, Walker and Hall, Birmingham 1927, comprising salt, pepper and mustard, with blue glass liner, a pair of acorn salt and pepper shakers, Jones & Crompton, Birmingham 1923 and a further salt celler, with scalloped rim Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1902, together with four salt spoons, total silver weight 11.28toz. (13).
Lot 92A collection of Victorian and later silver cruet wares, comprising a Victorian single handled circular form mustard pot with shell mount and engraved 'D' initial to its lid and pierced decoration to its body and blue glass liner, George Frederick Pinnell, London 1841, 10 by 7.5 by 6cm high, together with a pair of cauldron salts, each with tripod bases with shell mounts, Birmingham 1893, 6 by 2.7cm high, together with two associated two ERII condiment spoons, Ray Hall, Birmingham 1991, one 8cm long the other 7.5cm long, overall 6.9toz. (1 bag).
Lot 93A collection of George III and later silver cruets, comprising a pair of late Victorian cauldron salts with three shell mounted feet and blue glass liners, William Hutton & Sons Ltd. Sheffield, rubbed date mark, 6.3 by 3cm, an Edward VII mustard pot of octagonal form with shell mount to single handle and pierced decoration to main body, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1902, 8 by 3.8 by 4.7cm high overall, a pair of salt and pepper cellars of urn form, Henry Williamson Ltd. Birmingham 1902, 8.4cm high, a George V salt cellar of urn form, William Neale & Son, Birmingham 1928, 7.3cm high, a George VI egg cup, rubbed maker's marks, possibly W I Broadway & Co. Birmingham 1947, 5.5cm high, a George III condiment spoon, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1802, 9.5cm long, a pair of salt spoons, J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd. Birmingham 1941, each 6.4cm long and a salt spoon with beaded decoration, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1915, 7cm long, 7toz overall in weighable silver. (1 bag).
Lot 94A group of Georgian and later silver flatwares comprising a pair of sugar tongs, Josiah Williams & Co (James & Josiah Williams), Exeter 1857, 15 by 5.5 by 1.7cm high, a mustard spoon, Samuel Meriton II, London 1786, a pair of large teaspoons, monogram engraved, Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1820, a caddy spoon the bowl formed as a shell, S J Rose & Son, Birmingham 1982, a Garrards and Co teaspoon with Prince of Wales feathers to the back of the bowl, Sheffield 1981, a teaspoon terminal engraved with polo-sticks and ball inside a horseshoe, Francis Howard Ltd, Sheffield 1995, and five further teaspoons, 6.87toz, together with an 835 Continental silver teaspoon 0.41toz, and three bread knives with pistol grip handles, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1921, filled, and a pickle fork , Harrison Brothers, Sheffield 1975, also filled, both 3.77toz gross. (17).
Lot 95Five George IV and Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons, comprising three George IV spoons, Jonathan Hayne, London 1826, one 17.7cm longand a pair with a monograms to their finials, Jonathan Hayne, London 1829, each 17.5cm long, and a pair of Victorian spoons, with 'MW' monograms to their finials, Josiah Williams & Co. London 1886, 18cm long, 6.7toz overall. (1 bag).
Lot 96A group of Victorian and later decorative silver comprising four bonbon dishes, of swirl gadrooned design with gilt interiors, Vale Brothers & Sermon, Birmingham 1891, a caddy spoon with floral detail to the bowl, George Unite, Birmingham 1871 and a berry spoon with traces of gilt to the decorated bowl, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1937, total silver weight 5.49toz. (6).