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Fri 14th Feb 2020 - 4pm
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Jewellery & Watches, Silver & Gold
Specialist Sale including antique and modern jewellery, watches, silver, gold, vertu, coins and bank notes.
Filtering Category: Silver - antique & modern
Lot 3A 19th century white metal and horn handled sword, likely an Indonesian parang or pedang, with silver scabbard elaborately repousse decorated and engraved with diamond patterns panels alternating with panels of scrolling foliage, stylised leaf borders, a line of text to the top rim, the pommel and handle carved from a single piece of horn, finely carved with scrolling foliage and covered by three cylindrical pieces of silver to form the handle, blade unmarked, the white metal unmarked but some testing as silver, blade 62cm, scabbard 6 by 3 by 63.5cm, 80.5cm long overall..
Lot 11A collection of silver, white metal and plated items, including a Georg Jensen mustard pot and salt on ball feet, marked sterling, 410, a Danish silver twin handled urn, 6.5cm, a Georg Jensen oval pedestal dish on foliate base, marked sterling, 42B, 12.5 by 9.3 by 5.3cm, a Villads Nielsen sterling silver sugar bowl and milk jug, an Indian white metal cruet, of engraved globular form, Niello decorated napkin rings, further Danish silver, a twin handled trophy, engraved 'Banzai Cup 1933, Dr. J. C. Woller', Chinese marks to base, 14.5cm, and a pair of plated candlesticks of plain form, stamped B&W. (2 bags).
Lot 15A collection of Danish and English silver flatware, including a 19th century Danish 830 grade silver caddy spoon with apostle handle, 11.6cm long, three early 20th century table forks Christian F. Heise,, 1930, a a small Sifting spoon, with planished handle, Christian F. Heise, 1928, 5.9 toz overall, a George V, Birmingham 1935 teaspoon, 0.5toz, together with five pieces of continental white metal flatware with rubbed or no marks, 2.4toz. (1 bag).
Lot 16A group of Danish silver and white metal spoons, all with threaded pattern handles, comprising an early 19th century serving spoon, 27cm long, possibly Frederik Fabritius, 3.2toz an two late 19th century table spoons dating 1865 and 1876, both Simon Groth, two dessert forks, a teaspoon Christian F. Heise dating from 1908 to 1918, 6.3toz, an 830 silver pickle fork 1969, together with two white metal table spoons. (1 bag).
Lot 17Nine pieces of Danish silver flatware, all with shell terminals, comprising five table forks, a ladle and a teaspoon Christian F. Heise, dating from 1911 to 1923, a 1941 table spoon engraved with 'Andrew' to the reverse of the terminal, and a 1934 silver handled butter knife, with maker's mark for Carl. M. Cohr, both Johannes Siggaard, overall weight 8.5toz, together with three white metal table spoons, also with shell terminals, rubbed markings possible 'RT' or 'KT' 3.7toz overall, and a Danish plated fork. (1 bag).
Lot 19A collection of forty seven Danish silver teaspoons, includiing an early 20th century cased set of eighteen 830 silver with Art Nouveau floral style terminals, Evald Nielsen Copenhagen, 'No 3' pattern teaspoons, 5.6toz overall weight, six teaspoons with foliate terminals and engraved 'M' to the reverse of each finial, Christian F. Heise Copenhagen 1909, three teaspoons with floral terminals with threaded handles with individual hearts, 1912-13 Christian F. Heise Copenhaged, overall weight of teaspoons including cased set 4.2toz, together with twelve white metal teaspoons. (1 bag).
Lot 20A group of Danish silver flatware, comprising two pieces of Sterling silver, a caddy spoon with looped fruit handle, Christian F. Heise, 1923, a cake fork with coffee bean motifs to its terminal, A. Michelson Copenhagen, 1.6toz a group of eleven pieces of hallmarked Danish silver, including an early 20th century, sifting spoon with bright cut decoration, Christian Naebo, two dessert spoons with rubbed engraved initials to terminals, a serving spoon and a fork with initials 'H.M' to terminals, dating from 1908 to 1929, Christian F. Heise, 9.3toz, together with five white metal serving spoons and three dessert spoons with various makers marks, 10.7toz and a Geoge V silver handled pickle fork and three pieces of plated wares. (1 bag).
Lot 21A part set of forty four pieces of Georg Jensen 'Continental Antik' pattern, Danish silver flatware, with thirty six pieces of Sterling silver, comprising thirteen table forks, two dessert forks, six soup spoons, six dessert spoons, a tea caddy spoon, three cake forks, a pickel fork, a serving spoon, a pair of serving spoons and a ladle with Sterling silver handles, weighable silver 44.5toz, together with nine 830 grade 1920s and later silver forks 11.5toz overall weight. (1 bag).
Lot 27Three silver pill boxes and other silver items, comprising an amethyst inset lidded silver circular pill box, Birmingham 1938, 4.2 by 1.1.8cm high, 0.6toz overall, a turtle shell inlaid lidded silver circular box, Birmingham 1922, 4.2 by 2cm high, 0.5toz overall, a yellow coloured hardstone inlaid rectangular silver box, London import marks, 3.2 by 2.3 by 1.8cm high, 0.2toz overall, a white metal hair pin, 19cm long, and two silver dressing table mirrors. (6).
Lot 29A group of eight silver and decorative items, comprising a small white metal topped agate flask, 4.2 by 0.8 by 5.2cm, an Indonesian gilt metal and mother of pearl bracelet with handpainted panels, 19.5cm long, a silver dwarf candlestick, 5.5 by 5.5cm high, and four silver lidded dressing table pots. (7).
Lot 31A group of silver items, comprising a George V silver cigarette case, with engraved floral decoration to its exterior and parcel gilt to its interior, 8.5 by 7.2 by 1.8cm, Joseph Gloster Ltd. Birmingham 1921, a Victorian cigarette case, profusely engraved decoration along with initials 'C A C P', 7.6 by 7 by 1cm, rubbed maker's marks, London 1897, three small circular silver photograph frames, each 10cm diameter, T H Hazlewood & Co. Birmingham, 1904, A Victorian silver backed hand mirror, comb and brush, three silver thimbles, together with a white metal repousse decorated cigarette case, and two other white metal thimbles, weighable silver 5.5toz. (1 bag).
Lot 33A group of silver, comprising a silver bowl raised upon a circular foot, 12 by 8.5cm high, Pinder Brothers, Sheffield, rubbed date mark, cigarette case with parcel gilt interior, Samuel M. Levi, Birmingham, 1917, and a pair of silver spill vases, with petal form rims, pierced decoration, blue glass liners and weighted bases, 7.8 by 18cm high, overall weighable silver 6toz. (4).
Lot 34A group of silver items, including a pair of silver spill vases with shaped rims, pierced foliate decoration, one with blue glass insert the other without, Chester 1901, 6 by 17.3cm high, two other smaller spill vases, all with weighted bases, two 19th century silver vesta cases with rubbed hallmarks, a cased set of silver handled butter knives, Francis Howard Ltd., Sheffield 1977, a set of four napkin rings, Claydon, Robin & Co, Chester 1923, 7.7toz weighable silver. (1 bag).
Lot 35A group of Georgian silver flatware, comprising two George IV sauce ladles William Chawner II, London 1829, 18cm long, a pair of George III teaspoons, Sarah & John William Blake, London 1820, another pair of George III teaspoons, John & Henry Lias, London 1819, a George III single teaspoon, William Seaman, London 1819, 6.6toz. (7).
Lot 36A group of silver items, including a George V silver Masonic bon bon dish with pierced decoration, with weighted base, Birmingham 1929, 9.2 by 8.7 by 7.5cm high, a silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1919, a set of three silver napkin rings, Chester 1894, 8toz of weighable silver. (1 bag).
Lot 37A group of silver, comprising an inkwell, with ceramic liner, 10.8 by 4.5cm high, A J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1925, a pepper pot, 7cm high, unclear maker's marks, Birmingham 1896, two George III ladles London 1794, Solomon Hougham, Richard Crossley, London 1800, two wine labels 'Sherry' Richards & Knight, London 1978, 'Madeira', J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd. Birmingham 1967, a small circular photograph frame, a/f, Bishton's Ltd, Birmingham 1982, 8.5 cm diameter, seven 19th century teaspoons, a dwarf candlestick with weighted base, 6.9 by 7cm high, spill vase both with weighted base, 5 by 12.4cm high, six silver handled butter knives, a silver handled magnifying glass, 14cm long, silver handled glove stretchers, 20.5cm long, and a letter opener, 15cm long, 8toz of weighable silver, a/f. (29).
Lot 38A group of silver items including a pair of Mexican silver mounted pepperettes of octagonal form, marked Mexico 925 to bases, together with a pair of Georgian silver sugar tongs, two pairs of Victorian sugar tongs, two later pepperettes, Chester 1915 Barker Bros, a pair of Mexican white metal spoons and two cut glass silver topped jars, 5.76toz total weighable silver..
Lot 41A collection of Victorian and later silver, comprising an Edwardian cased Christening set, with engraved monogrammed egg cup, spoon and napkin ring, Sibray, Hall & Co Ltd (Charles Clement Pilling) London 1907, an Edwardian condiment set with damaged case, Deakin & Francis Ltd. Birmingham 1906, an inkwell, Asprey & Co Ltd. Birmingham 1905, a Victorian teaspoon, a napkin ring, a small bon bon dish with pierced decoration, 9.8 by 6.2 by 2.5cm, 8toz overall in weighable silver, together with some plated items. (1 bag).
Lot 43A group of 20th century Malaysian Police presentation silver and silver plated items, comprising a silver cigarette case with inscription 'Presented to Mr. C. H. Sansom, C.M.G. (President 1932-37) On the eve of his retirement from Malaya 21.3.39',Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1926, 16.7 by 9 by 5.5cm high, a circular trinket box with Federated Malay States Police insignia, Horton & Allday, Birmingham 1929, 5.2 by 2cm high, an FMS Police Sports trinket box raised upon three legs, a/f, 9 by 4cm high, and an oval silver plated tray with inscription 'ARP Malta Presented to C.H. Sansom C.M. G.C.B.E. Air Raid Precautions Officer Malta 1939-1942 by the officers of A.R.P. as a token of affection and esteem 1942' with signatures of fellow officers, 44cm oval. (4).
Lot 45A group of silver items, comprising a George V inkwell a/f, 12.5cm diameter, 5.5cm high, Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1929, a dressing table bottle with silver top, collar and scoop, rubbed maker's marks, Birmingham 1918, a cigarette case, salt with blue glass liner, silver match box case, a silver teaspoon, and, two white metal pin trays with pierced decoration, weighable silver 9.6toz. (1 bag).
Lot 46A group of silver items, a George V, silver trophy goblet, inscribed 'The Charles Boivin Challenge Cup', 8 by 18cm high, Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1929, a silver cigarette case with parcel gilt interior, Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham, 1933, a George III dessert spoon, London 1797, silver teaspoon, tongs, and three silver backed dressing table wares, 9toz of weighable silver. (8).
Lot 51Four cased sets of six George V and later silver teaspoons, comprising a George V set of six teaspoons Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1925, three George VI sets of teaspoons, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd. Sheffield 1937, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1943, and the Fenton Brothers (Glasgow) Ltd. Sheffield 1945, together with a pair of Elizabeth II napkin rings, Poston Products Ltd. Sheffield 1965, and an enamelled Port Erin souvenir spoon, Birmingham, 1931, 10.8toz overall. (1 bag).