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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.
Filtering Category: Silver - antique & modern
Lot 17A set of six George VI silver teaspoons and matching sugar tongs, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1944, in original fitted case, 90g, spoon length 10.2cm, sugar tongs 9.66cm, together with a Georg Jensen silver pendant, depicting St Christopher, on a box link chain, Georg Jensen Ltd, London 1972, 21.3g, pendant diameter 26mm, chain 60cm. (2).
Lot 19An Edwardian silver cased pocket watch, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds dial, case marked The Lancashire Watch Co Ltd (Thomas Peter Hewitt), Chester 1904, dial diameter 42.5mm, case 72.8 by 50.6 by 20.2mm high, 4.05toz and a group of silver items comprising a sovereign holder, with foliate engraved decoration, and engine turning internally, monogram engraved, with curb link chain, a chunky curb link charm bracelet with single £1 charm and heart padlock clasp, three brooches including one set with a harp amongst shamrocks and a T bar, 4.28toz, together with a white metal watch chain, with twisted T bar, tassel and silver medallion fob 0.62toz. (8).
Lot 23A group of Concorde collectables, comprising two silver luggage labels of elliptical form with boxes, British Airways Birmingham 1998, each 11.5 by 4cm, 1.5toz overall, with four plastic tags, a boarding pass and cabin luggage labels, certificate, brochure, and leather case. (1 bag).
Lot 25A collection of English, American and Danish silver spoons, including a George III silver table spoon, John Lias, London 1812, 21.5cm, three American silver souvenir teaspoons, for Greenville, So Carolina, Manchester Silver Co, and another for New York, Topazio, a Canadian silver teaspoon for 'The Falls' Niagara, BMCo, an English silver spoon, with jade handle, bowl engraved 'Auckland N. Z.', mark rubbed probably James Swann & Son, Birmingham 1924, 12.2cm, and a Danish silver pickle fork, 10.5cm, combined gross weight, 7.12toz. (15).
Lot 26A collection of silver items, comprising three Georgian silver decanter labels, two engraved 'Madeira', one 'Whiskey', and a modern silver 'Marsala' label, an 835 silver beaker, flared rim and lightly planished finish, 5.7 by 7cm, a wine taster set with a coin, an 800 Tezler pill case, 3.6cm, 800 silver miniature box on four legs, gilt interior, egg cup, and napkin ring, 12.9toz total combined weight. (17).
Lot 27A collection of Victorian and later silver wares, comprising thirteen silver salt and condiment spoons, including a set of three George VI spoons, each 8.5cm long, a pair of Victorian apostle salt spoons with twisted handles and round bowls, 7.8cm long, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1879, a pair of sugar tongs with bird claw ends, 8cm long, Viner's Ltd. Sheffield 1935, an Asprey & Co Ltd. Birmingham 1938, two George V Masonic condiments, a pepper cellar inscribed 'Wolseley Lodge J.S. Higgins W.M. 1933-34', 3.5 by 5cm high, and a salt cellar, inscribed 'Wolseley Lodge J.S. Higgins W.M. 1934-35', 3.5 by 5.2cm high, both with blue glass liners, 4.3toz overall. (1 bag).
Lot 29Three cased sets of George IV and Victorian silver flatware, comprising a George IV cased associated set of Queens pattern christening flatware, with silver blade and filled handle butter knife, 15.5cm long and a spoon with filled handle, 15.1cm long, John Thropp, Birmingham 1827, and white metal pickle fork, together with a cased set of six old English pattern teaspoons each monogram engraved, (possibly 'J'), 10.1cm long, with sugar tongs 9.5cm long, William Hutton & Sons, London 1886, and a cased set of six Hanoverian teapsoons, each with bright cut decoration and an engraved initial 'J', 10.5cm long, with rubbed maker's marks, London 1887, overall 4.2toz of weighable silver. (1 bag).
Lot 34A group of seven circular silver napkin rings comprising a set of three Charles Horner Ltd, Chester 1916 and 1917 and a set of four, Crisford & Norris Ltd, Birmingham 1913, each 4.5cm diameter by 1.9cm high, together with a Victorian caddy spoon, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1898, a teaspoon with twisted handle and Kangaroo finial, a silver salt spoon, total silver weight 2.95toz, and a Continental 835 silver shovel spoon with fluted bowl and rose handle, 0.35toz, together with a set of six plated dessert knives and forks, cased, a set of six coffee bean spoons, boxed, a pair of plated sugar tongs with chicken foot nips and five assorted spoons. (19).
Lot 37A group of George III silver spoons, all Old English pattern, comprising a sauce ladle, with engraved terminal, WE possibly for William Eaton, London 1807, 17cm, another George III sauce ladle, John Lias, London 1790, 16.5cm, a pair of salt spoons, with oval gilt bowls, terminals engraved 'R', Solomon Hougham, London 1812, 10cm, and a pair of salt spoons, with circular gilt bowls, terminals engraved 'B', Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan, London 1790, 10cm, 4.22toz total combined weight. (6).
Lot 38A Victorian silver butter dish, with five lobed bowl, shaped outline with repousse Rococo style decoration, including a frosted glass liner with central star engraved decoration, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1895, 16.5cm, 5.37toz, together with a silver bladed butter knife, with foliate engraved blade, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1877, 17cm. (2).
Lot 40A Victorian silver vinaigrette, of shaped rectangular form, with wave engine turned decoration to the lid, and base, central rococo scroll cartouche with further scroll decoration to the sides and pierced and engraved grille, Edward Smith, Birmingham 1855, 0.6toz, 3.5 by 2.5 by 1cm high..
Lot 41A group of three vesta cases, comprising a Victorian silver example of curved rectangular form, John Gammage, Birmingham 1902, 1.42toz, 5 by 5cm, monogram engraved, a Colmans Mustard commemorative example for the English Cup Final at Wembley Park, between Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United in 1923, 5 by 3.5cm and a novelty vesta case with intrinsic miniature dice and baize, 5.5 b 3.5cm. (3).
Lot 42A group of silver items comprising a Dutch silver marriage box, with Continental marks, 0.43toz, 3.9 by 3 by 3.9cm high, a silver and guilloche enamel powder compact or pill box, with internal mirrored lid, 3.8 diameter by 1.4cm high, Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1927, a smaller oval pillbox, marked 925, 2.5 by 2.3 by 1cm high, and a circular silver snuff box with hinged lid, Crisford & Norris Ltd, Birmingham 1915, 4cm diameter by 1cm high, all 1.05toz, together with a tortoiseshell cased magnifying loop, 3.6cm diameter by 1.4cm high, a miniature photograph frame, with photograph of Edward VII, 6 by 4.4cm and two small agate and gemstone set seals, each 3.4cm long, all with white metal mounts, apparently unmarked. (8).
Lot 44Five Victorian and later silver items, comprising an Edward VII Albert chain, 33cm long, with attached shield form fob, E. Whitehouse & Son, Birmingham 1902, 2.5 by 3.5cm, a Victorian silver cased pocket watch by 'A. Myers London', Roman numeral dial but missing its glass a/f, a ERII silver charm bracelet with nine white metal charms, possibly by Joshua Horton & Son, Birmingham 1976, 17cm long overall, a curb chain bracelet, stamped '925', 21.5cm long, and a ring with bent band, a/f, 'D B', Birmingham 1978, 3toz overall weighable silver. (1 bag).
Lot 45A group of George III, comprising a teaspoon, Thomas Wallis II, London 1798, 13.5cm long, a tea caddy spoon with bright cut decoration, with 'EMJ' monogram, London 1793, 8cm long, a leaf form caddy spoon, John Lias, London, 1796, 7.5cm long, an early 20th century mustard pot with blue glass liner, rubbed military inscription and hallmarks, 9.8 by 4.5 by 7cm high, and three Edward VII and later silver spoons: an ornate teaspoon with twisted handle and profuse engraved decorations, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1901; one with a dog portrait to its finial, J A Restall & Co, Birmingham 1932, 9.1cm long, and another teaspoon, James Dixon & Sons Ltd. Sheffield 1920, 11.8cm long, 5toz of weighable silver. (1 bag).
Lot 46A group of silver and silver plated items, including an Art Nouveau silver backed hand mirror, a cased set of teaspoons and sugar nips, a cased set of coffee spoons, a silver handled boot hook, shoe horn and handles of a glove stretcher, cased sets of modern cutlery, and a cultured pearl necklace. (1 bag).
Lot 47A group of Danish silver teaspoons, early 20th century, comprising a set of nine fiddle and thread pattern, engraved terminals 'CM', maker LAB, Copenhagen 1931, assayer's mark for Christian F. Heise, each 14cm, a set of six fiddle and bead pattern, Copenhagen 1936, assayer's mark for Jens Sigsgaard, each 12cm, and two further, total combined weight 8.02toz (17).
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).