Search Previous Results
Go To Lot
LIVE ONLINE SALE ONLY: PUBLIC / IN PERSON VIEWING, PAYMENTS, OR COLLECTIONS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED.
IN HOUSE & EXTERNAL PACKING & SHIPPING AVAILABLE FOR ALL LOTS. CONTACT US FOR A QUOTE. FREE STORAGE OF ALL ITEMS UNTIL LOCKDOWN 2.0 ENDS AND COLLECTIONS CAN BE PERMITTED.
Lot 111An Edwardian silver evening purse, complete with finger loop and chain, Samuel M Levi, Birmingham 1909, together with a silver bangle, a silver torque bangle set with a black stone carved as a face, and a silver pocket knife with key ring loop and chain, total weight 7.1toz. (5).
Lot 112A 19th century Continental white metal jewellery box, with shaped outline, the hinged cover cast in relief with a classical semi-nude lady with three cherubs, in a foliate border and flower clasped outer corners, all against a scrolling foliate ground, lined internally with burgundy velvet, raised on four ball feet, stamped '518' to base, 21.5 by 17 by 6.5cm high..
Lot 115A collection Victorian and later silver cruet sets and flatware, comprising a Victorian cruet set, with two hexafoil form salts raised upon three ball feet, Hayes Brothers, Birmingham, 1893 4.4 by 2.5cm high and two salt spoons with ball finials, twisted handles and ball and quatrefoil form bowls, 6cm long, George V cruet set, with cylindrical salt and pepper cellars, 5.5cm high, two single handled mustard pots with blue glass liners, 4.5cm high overall, two oval form salts with blue glass liners, two salt spoons, Barker Brothers Silver Ltd. Birmingham 1929, 7cm long, with associated condiment spoons, James Swann & Son, Birmingham 1923, 6.2cm long, Thomas Turner & Co. Sheffield 1933, 6cm long, a 19th century silver wine toddy spoon, with turned whale bone handle with white metal mounts, and an old English pattern George V serving spoon, with 'WAJ' monogram to its finial, 24cm long, overall 8.7toz weighable silver. (1 bag).
Lot 116Seven George III and later silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons, comprising four George III spoons, finials with 'Faithful and Brave mottoed crest', possibly Thomas Hayter, London 1814, 18.5cm long, together with three William IV spoons, finials engraved with initials 'C E', David Phillips, London 1836, 8.8toz. (1 bag).
Lot 119Five pieces of Victorian silver flatware, comprising three sauce ladles, one old English pattern, Martin, Hall & Co., London 1882, 15.5cm, one Kings pattern, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1975, 18.8cm, the smallest a George VI old English pattern ladle, HT, Sheffield 1936, 12.5cm, a cake slice, fiddle pattern with reeded decoration and an 'SS' monogram to its finial, 19cm, and a Victorian dessert spoon with bearded face to bowl and rubbed scroll decoration to its finial, 14.5cm, 8.8toz combined weight. (1 bag).
Lot 120Four silver fiddle pattern table forks, comprising a pair of Victorian forks with the initial 'A' engraved to each finial, 20cm long, John Stone, Exeter 1862, together with another Victorian fork, 20cm long, Joseph & Albert Savory, London 1853, and a fork lion crest to finial, 20.5cm long, John Round & Son Ltd. Sheffield 1907. (4).
Lot 121A group of five George V and later silver wares, comprising a George V sauce boat with 'S' shaped handle, S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd., Chester 1935, 15 by 8.6 by 8.5cm high, a ERII Britannia silver cup with rounded base, George Tarratt Ltd., London 1977, 6.5 by 5cm high, and three napkin rings, one with a blank cartouche, E J Trevitt & Sons, Chester 1930, 4.2 by 2.2cm high, two others engraved with initial 'B', one with a plain design, Docker & Burn Ltd., Birmingham 1926, 4.5 by 3cm high, the other reeded design, marked 'Sterling Silver' and '925', 4.3 by 3.2cm high, 8.6toz combined weight. (1 bag).
Lot 125A collection of four Danish silver spoons, comprising a Georg Jensen Sterling silver commemorative spoon, called Roeskeen, designed by Henning Koppel to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the Danish sugar factories, 1872 - 1972, 13.5cm long, with original box, a Carl M. Cohr serving spoon with raised ivy leaf and berry to the handle, assay master's mark Johannes Siggard 1934, 23cm long, a cucumber spoon by Christian F. Heise and a heart shaped Cohr silver spoon, total silver weight 8.07toz. (4).
Lot 126A pair of Victorian early Art Nouveau silver salts, Sibray, Hall & Co (Frederick Sibray & Job Frank Hall), London 1888, together with a pair of later salts with frilled edges, William Aitken, Birmingham 1902, another similar salt, makers marks rubbed, possibly B H Joseph & Co (Barnet Henry Joseph), Birmingham 1904, a small cream jug, Josiah Williams & Co (George Maudsley Jackson & David Landsborough Fullerton) London 1914, and a further salt with blue glass liner, total silver weight, 5.19toz. (7).
Lot 127A Danish silver saucepan of circular form with swirl design to the body, silver gilt interior and ebony handle, makers mark for Fredericia Solvvare Fabrik, assay masters mark Jens Sigsgaard, 13 by 22 by 5.3cm high, and a double lipped sauce boat with planished surface, raised on a quatrefoil leafed pedestal to a circular base, and fruitwood handle to the side, presentation engraved, makers mark indistinct, assay master Jens Sigsgaard, 11.5 by 13.5 by 7cm high, combined weight 8.06toz, together with a pair of Cohr Danish silver plated sauce boats of simple design with scroll ebony handles and raised on circular pedestal base, marked to the base FDG with torch mark and 'Alp Danmark Atla', with number 31789, 21 by 9.5 by 11cm high. (4).
Lot 128Two 18th century silver mote spoons, one with scroll piercings and engraved crest to oval bowl, tapering handle with mitre terminal, in the style of William Petley, 13cm, the other silver gilt with circular piercings and rat tail to oval bowl, tapering handle, 14cm, 0.485toz combined weight. (2).
Lot 132A set of Edward VII silver fish eaters, comprising twelve forks, 18.5cm, and twelve knives, 21cm, all with ivory handles, all forks Sheffield 1905, all knives Sheffield 1903, collars unmarked, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, 33.1toz total gross weight, in a fitted blue velvet and satin lined oak case with lift out tray, and inset brass shield, 35.5 by 25.5 by 6cm..
Lot 134A late 18th or early 19th century silver coloured metal etui, of tapered rectangular form, chased overall in the Rococo taste with C-scrolls, flowers and garlands, apparently unmarked, the hinged cover enclosing an arrangement of accoutrements, comprising a folding ruler marked with inches, a retractable pen, a spoon, a sovereign weight and a folding knife, 3.5toz, 5 by 2 by 10cm long..
Lot 135A silver double handled sugar bowl of Art Deco form with gadrooned belly, Britton, Gould & Co, Birmingham 1932, a small silver sauce jug, S J Rose & Son, Birmingham 1970 and an egg cup and stand with beaded rim, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1925, total silver weight 12.3toz, together with a silver plated tankard. (4).
Lot 136A group of Edwardian animal novelty pin cushions, comprising a pig, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1906, 1.6toz, 6.5 by 2.5 by 4cm high, a chick hatching from an egg, Sampson Mordan & Co Ltd, Chester 1905, 1.4toz, 5 by 3 by 4,5cm high and a miniature African Elephant, possibly later, maker A. W., marked 925, 0.2toz, 2.5 by 1.7 by 2.2cm high. (3).
Lot 137A group of three silver jugs comprising a jug of squat rectangular form with shaped scroll handle, Fordham & Faulkner (William Charles Fordham & Albert Buckley Faulkner), Sheffield 1907, 5.31toz, 14 by 8 by 8cm high, a circular jug with pierced rim and scroll handle, Docker & Burn Ltd, Birmingham 1926, 3.13toz, 12 by 8 by 7cm high and an Art Deco octagonal jug with pedestal base, Charles Wilkes, Birmingham 1926, 4.1toz, 9.4 by 6.5 by 10.8cm high. (3).
Lot 138A group of five silver and white metal pill boxes, including an Art Deco silver cylindrical box, the domed lid of polished jade with outer frame, red stone cabochon to front, probably ruby, 3.5mm, the sides inset with two bands of white guilloche enamel, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1912, 26.0g, 3.6 by 2.1cm, together with two Indonesian silver figures, modelled as a fisherman and woman with basket and pail, one labelled to base Rp 25000 Hubron Hadi Silver Works Yogyakarta, each 6.5cm high. (7).
Lot 139Eight George III and later silver fiddle back pattern dessert forks, comprising a pair of George III forks, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1816, 17.2cm long, a pair of George IV forks with crested finial backs, William Collins London 1833, 17cm long, a pair of Victorian forks with lion crests to the finial backs,John & Henry Lias, London 1847, 16.6cm long and two other Victorian dessert forks with 'FMN' monogram, one Robert Wallis London, London 1847, the other Chawner & Co. London 1840, both 17.2cm long, 11.7toz overall. (1 bag).
Lot 140Six George IV and later silver fiddle pattern forks, comprising three George IV dessert forks, with a monogram 'EH' engraved to the back of their finials, Benjamin Davis London 1827, 17cm long, three Victorian forks, a dessert fork, John Stone, Exeter 1840, 17cm long, two Victorian table forks, with monogram possibly 'WMG' to back of finials, Charles Boyton, London 1838, 20.5cm long, overall 9.8toz. (1 bag).
Lot 141Five Georgian silver fiddle pattern table spoons, comprising a pair of George III spoons, each with monogrammed finials, possibly 'HFB', John Lias, London 1807, 22cm long, another George III spoon, Solomon Hougham, London 1811, 22cm long, and a pair of George IV spoons, Thomas Dicks, London 1824, 23cm long, 11.8toz. (1 bag).
Lot 142An 18th century Continental silver wine strainer, with crowned C mark possibly for Strasbourg 1744, and bee makers mark, possibly for Johann Ludwig Imlin, decorated with Bacchanalian figures, and vines, with goat mask to the base, instruments below the handle and cupid with his bow to the handle, all within rococo scrolls and curls, on a textured ground, the whole with traces of silver gilt, particularly to the bowl, later English import marks, William Moering, London 1900, 12.7 by 8.1cm, bowl 3.6cm diameter, 1.2cm deep, 1.53toz..
Lot 143A group of William IV and later flatware, comprising a spoon,John, Henry & Charles Lias, London 1832, a salt spoon with silver gilt bowl, Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1837, a set of seven Victorian teaspoons, Samuel Whitford, London 1878 and a spoon with bowling ball finial T & Co, Birmingham 1933, total weight 18.5toz.
Lot 144Five George IV and later silver table spoons, comprising a set of three old English fiddle pattern table spoons, with single intial engraved to each finial possibly 'J', John Harris IV, London 1828, and two old English pattern table spoons, William Chawner II, London 1830, all approximately 22cm long, 11.5toz. (1 bag).
Lot 147Eleven George III silver dessert spoons, comprising four spoons, Duncan Urquhart & Naphtali Hart, London 1808, 16.5cm long, four Thomas Wilkes Barker, 1809, two by Thomas Wallis (II) & Jonathan Hayne, London 1817, all with batwing motifs to their finials, and a William IV spoon, William Eaton, London 1833, 11.6toz. (1 bag).
Lot 148Two pieces of George III silver, comprising a twin handled sugar bowl of oval form, with reeded handles and top rim, also bearing monogram possibly 'JMJ', Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1801, 16.7 by 9 by 10cm high, together with a milk jug, with reeded decoration, bearing monogram possibly 'JMR', Thomas Dicks, London 1805, 13 by 7.5 by 10.8cm high, 11toz. (2).
Lot 150Five George V and later silver mounted photograph frames, comprising a George V oval frame, Charles Edwin Turner, Birmingham 1914, 13.3 by 18.5cm, three George V square form frames, one with circular aperture, a/f, possibly Green & Cadbury Ltd. Birmingham 1911, 14.5 by 15cm, the other without backing or glass, Charles Perry & Co Birmingham 1916, 11 by 16.4cm, a small frame with reeded and cross ribbon borders, F H Adams Ltd. Birmingham 1916, 8.5 by 11.3cm, and a ERII rectangular frame with blank cartouche, D R & S, London 1990, 13.2 by 18.5cm, all a/f. (5).
Lot 151Twelve George III and later old English pattern silver dessert forks, five George III Hanoverian pattern forks with engraved initial 'D' to finial, 16.5cm long, Thomas Wallis II, London 1804, another fork without maker's mark, London 1805, three assorted George III forks, two by William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1807, 1821, another by William Sumner I, London 1805, and three George V dessert forks, William Hutton & Sons Ltd. London 1912, 14.8toz overall. (1 bag).
Lot 153An early Victorian silver card case, with shaped outline, engraved C scroll and foliate decoration with shell corners, both sides engraved with a central cartouche against a guilloche ground, initialled to one side, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1848, 2.18toz, 10.1 by 7.1 by 0.9cm..
Lot 155A 19th century Dutch silver cruet set, of boat shaped pedestal form, with open wirework bodies, large loop handles, oval platform bases with bead borders, blue glass liners, likely original, comprising twin handled lidded mustard, 13.8 by 5.5 by 13.5cm high, lidded pepperette, it's pierced hinged lid with clasp, 8.4 by 5.8 by 13.3cm high, and a pair of twin handled salts, each 13.6 by 5.9 by 9.5cm high, combined silver weight, 16.75toz. (4).
Lot 156A late 19th/early 20th century Dutch silver teapot and milk jug, the teapot with foliate clasped scroll handle, ivory insulators, floral finial, gadrooned rim and part beaded body, raised on four bun feet, with replacement pin connecting lid to pot, C. J.Begeer, Utrecht, 24 by 11 by 13.5cm high, the matching milk jug 15 by 8 by 10cm, 26.0toz combined gross weight. (2).