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Fri 14th Feb 2020 - 4pm
Thu 13th Feb - 10am to 5pm
Fri 14th Feb - 10am to 4pm
Fri 14th Feb - 10am to 4pm
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 53A group of four Georgian silver tablespoons, three with engraved 'AN' monogram to handles, comprising a William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner table spoon, London 1811, a pair of spoons, Sarah Purver, London 1817, and another, London 1811, total 8.04toz, largest 22cm long. (4).
Lot 61A group of silver items, including a Victorian twin handled Christening cup with gadrooned decoration, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1893, 12.5 by 8.2 by 8cm high, a twin handled sugar bowl, Edward Barnard & Sons, London 1901, 11.5 by 7.6 by 5.1cm high, a set of six apostle spoons, Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1915, a cased spoon and fork cased Christening set, Georgian teaspoon and a salt spoon with bone handle a/f, 13.3toz weighable silver. (25).
Lot 64A group of silver items, including an Edwardian twin handled cup, possibly C & Co, Birmingham 1904, 14 wide including handles, 10.5cm by 11cm high, a Victorian pill box with parcel gilt interior, 'EMM' initial to lid, William Neale, Chester 1889, 4.2 by 2.2cm high, six Georgian teaspoons, a silver backed dressing table items, napkin rings silver thimbles and three white metal thimbles, an EPNS spill vase and six Elkington plate napkin rings, 16.4 toz of weighable silver some pieces a/f. (1 bag).
Lot 68A collection of twenty three Victorian silver spoons, comprising six dessert spoons, Henry Holland, London 1860, and ten teaspoons Henry Holland, London 1876, six teaspoons William Bateman & Daniel Ball, London, 1842, and another teaspoon George Aldwinckle, London, overall 17.9toz.
Lot 74An Edward VII silver three piece tea set, of squat bodied form with scalloped rims, relief decorated with continuous scroll effect to lower bodies, each raised on four hoof feet, Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson), Sheffield 1903, also stamped to bases 'GA' and 'Rd 411215', comprising teapot, a/f loose handle, 25 by 12 by 14cm high, a twin handled sucrier, 15 by 10 by 10cm, and milk jug, 11 by 7 by 10cm high, 26.2toz total. (3).
Lot 80A Victorian three piece silver tea set, comprising a teapot with fruit finial, 23.5 by 13.5 by 14cm high overall, a silver milk jug with shell from spout and parcel gilt interior, 12 by 8 by 13cm high overall, Goldsmiths Alliance Ltd (Samuel Smily), London 1878, and a twin handled sugar bowl with gilt interior, 18 by 12.5 by 11.9cm high overall, all with silver shaped handles and bright cut decoration, with engraved initial to cartouches, Goldsmiths Alliance Ltd (Samuel Smily), London 1878, 44.7toz. (3).
Lot 81A George V silver spirit kettle on stand, of London shape with ebonised finial and handle, the stand with row of ventilation holes and raised on four reeded legs terminating in lion's paw feet, a/f missing spirit burner, Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson), London 1912, 45.9toz total, 25 by 12.5 by 32.5cm high overall..
Lot 83An Edward VII novelty silver pepperette, in the form of a chauffeur in standing pose, wearing a double breasted jacket, peaked cap and goggles, engraved details, the head lifting off for filling, the cap pierced with seventeen holes, Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings, Chester 1906, weighted base, 1.83toz gross, 2.5 by 9cm high..