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Fri 14th Aug 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 3A pair of silver plated on copper twin branch candelabra, 20th century, with removable branches for single pillar use or four branch use, knopped column with gadrooned decoration, on circular foot fitted with baize, removable drip trays, foot 13.5cm, 39cm across branches, 44cm high. (2).
Lot 7A Minerva Majex stop watch, in chromed case, key wind with two push buttons, a/f only partially working, case 5.5cm, a Pobjoy Mint bronze cast medallion, calendar year for 1976, 8.2cm, cased, and a small lozenge shaped enamel badge, painted with a military commander wearing a red fez, red uniform with five medals, and blue sash, two pin fixing to back, 2.2cm high. (3).
Lot 12A group of silver items, comprising a silver Albert chain, 40cm long, an Edwardian crucifix, 2.5 by 4.5cm, two niello brooches, largest 4.5 by 5.2cm, together with a three white metal Albert chains, pale stone white metal pendant, a silver mounted claw, and some costume jewellery, 1.8toz of weighable silver overall. (1 bag).
Lot 13A 1930s silver mounted perpetual calendar with ebonised wooden frame, 15.2 by 4.5 by 9.8cm high overall, together a silver Christening set pap spoon and pusher, each handle engraved 'A', Viner's, Sheffield 1937, in presentation case, a silver oval pill box, stamped 925 with London import mark, 3.7 by 3 by 1.2cm high, and a silver bangle, Birmingham 1962, 2.38toz weighable silver. (4).
Lot 14A collection of silver and silver plated collectables, including a small silver shield trophy on oak mount 'R.A.S.C.1/4 mile championship 1933', J W Tiptaft & Son Ltd. Birmingham 1932, 8.8 by 11cm high, a silver rimmed molded glass salt, G E Walton & Co Ltd. Birmingham, 1902, opera glasses, a plated cigarette case and various plated flatware. (1 bag).
Lot 15A set of six George V silver cocktail sticks, by Amnora, England, the terminals in the form of cockerels, Regd mark 733995, maker A.S, Birmingham 1935, each 8.3cm long, combined weight, 0.50toz, in fitted blue box labelled 'Amnora (Regd) England', and 'Regd. No. 733995', box 10.5 by 10.5 by 2cm, together with four small Edwardian silver salt spoons, each 5.5cm, 0.36toz combined weight. (9).
Lot 19A collection of silver items, including three bangles of different sizes, largest 6cm oval internal smallest 5cm, a charm bracelet two charms, 17cm long overall, together with a white metal cigarette case its exterior decorated with an old £10 pound note design, with necklaces rings and pendants, and a teaspoon, Joseph Gloster Ltd. Birmingham 1921, 3.6toz. (1 bag).
Lot 20Five pieces of various silver cruet wares, a pair of twin handled salts with gadrooned bases, together with a set of three comprising a single handled salt with tripod base, all with blue glass liner, and two tall condiments also with tripod bases, William Davenport Birmingham 1913, overall 4.6toz, together with a quantity of plated flatware. (1 bag).
Lot 21An Elizabeth II silver miniature tea and coffee service, comprising a teapot with lid, 5.3 by 2.2 by 3cm high, a coffee pot with lid, 5 by 2.1 by 4.3cm high, milk jug, 2.5 by 1 by 1.7cm high, twin handled sugar bowl, 3.5 by 1 by 1.8cm high, and a twin handled tray, 14.8 by 4 by 1.2cm high, all with gadrooned base decoration, David Hollander & Son, London 1977, 2.1toz overall. (5).
Lot 22A collection of silver and silver plated wares, comprising a George V, silver tazza with bright cut decoration to its circular top, raised upon a round weighted base, rubbed maker's marks, Birmingham 1911, 16.3cm diameter, 9cm high, a ERII silver dwarf candlestick with weighted base, W I Broadway & Co. Birmingham 1961, 7.6cm diameter, 9cm high, a George VI, silver topped glass dressing table bottle, Asprey, Birimingham 1937, 4 by 4 by 12.5cm high, an ERII square form ashtray, Barker Brothers Silver Ltd. Birmingham 1955, 7.8 by 7.8 by 0.5cm high, weighable silver 1.6toz, three silver plated wares, a wine coaster, 12.5cm diameter, 5cm high, a shell form dish, 15 by 12.5 by 4cm high, and a small inkwell and stand, 15.5 by 9 by 5cm high, and a hard case for serving flatware. (1 bag).
Lot 24A group of silver and collectables, including a cased set of six spoons and matching tongs with heraldic cast terminals, the tongs with claw feet, a filigree figure of a crane, on oval onyx base, an envelope containing gold leaf, a small silver model of a carriage, a silver candle snuffer, a case heart shaped frame with loop, and several trinket or pill boxes. (11, 1 bag).
Lot 26A small group of silver items, comprising a dwarf candlestick, 7 by 7.5cm high, a heart shaped easel photo frame, 7cm, small sugar nips with birds claw ends, a Georgian teaspoon, a napkin ring, and a thimble, combined weight 3.2toz, together with a set of EPNS sugar tongs, an EPNS fiddle and thread pattern spoon, a metal collapsible stirrup cup, and a silver plated beaker with bead border, 6.5 by 7.5cm high. (10).
Lot 27Two small circular silver photograph frames, one with pressed flowers and handwritten note verso 'Given to dad by Queen Mary when in King George V Hospital 1915', 7cm diameter, together with a clover leaf decorated frame, 12cm diameter, together with two snuff boxes, one lacquer of rectangular form, 6.3 by 3.2 by 2.1cm, the other circular in ebonised wood, 5.8 by 3cm. (4).
Lot 32A group of George V silver items, comprising a mustard pot, 6.5 including (handle) by 5.3 by 6cm high with spoon and blue liner, a pepper pot with blue glass liner, 3.8cm diameter, 7cm high, John Rose, Birmingham, 1922, together with six teaspoons, Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield, 1914, and a pair of sugar tongs, Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield, 1905, 5.1toz overall. (1 bag).
Lot 33A group of silver items, comprising a single George V candlestick with octagonal base 7.2 by 7.2 by 20.2cm high, a Victorian toast rack of heart shape form, raised upon ball feet, 10 by 6 by 9.5cm high, London 1869, a George IV silver teaspoon with bright cut handle, William Eley & William Fearn London 1823, four William IV teaspoons of the same pattern,Thomas Streetin, London 1831, and a George V salt, with blue glass liner, T H Hazlewood & Co. Birmingham 1921, 5.4toz weighable silver. (1 bag).
Lot 35A group of silver table wares, comprising a mustard, salt and pepperette, complete with mustard spoon and blue glass liners, Birmingham 1924, 1925 and 1926, William Suckling Ltd, 3.54toz, a Victorian mustard pot with gadroon decoration 1.7toz and pepper mill, 4.58toz, both London, 1898 and 1899,Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co (William Gibson & John Lawrence Langman), and an Art Deco mustard pot, of flared form with integral fixed green glass liner, Birmingham 1931, S J Levi & Co, 3toz. (6).
Lot 36A group of silver items comprising two photograph frames, one of Victorian rococo style, the other rectangular with anthemion decoration to the corners, a letter opener with Celtic decorative finial, a Hong Kong silver Armada dish set with a Hong Kong Dollar, a mother of pearl silver bladed fruit knife, a retractable manicure tool, a thimble and a silver topped glass jar, total weight excluding frames 4.72toz, and an 800 silver small circular pin tray, 0.58toz. (9).
Lot 37A George III silver pap boat, possibly by Peter and William Bateman, of oval form with flared and brightcut engraved rim, gilded interior, worn, London 1805, makers marks discernable but very feint, 1.31toz, together with a George III caddy spoon, with lobed bowl, London 1810, Thomas James, monogram engraved, 0.39toz..
Lot 38A late Victorian silver wine bottle cooler of cylindrical form, decorated with cherubs within rococo panels, below a flared rim, and bearing the Agnew crest and motto, 'Consilio Non Impetu', London 1897, William Comyns & Sons, 6.44toz, together with a pair of mahogany and silver wine coasters, Sheffield 2003, Carr's of Sheffield Ltd, 6.08toz..
Lot 39An early 19th century French silver cup with single lions head form handle and single stem circular base, 14.5cm wide including handle, 11.3cm diameter (excluding handle), 12.3cm high overall, and a small salver 16.3cm diameter, 1.5cm high, both stamped for 950 silver 10.5toz overall. (2).
Lot 41A collection of silver items, comprising a Victorian silver wine coaster with oak base, Carrington & Co. London 1899, 14.8cm diameter, 4.5cm high, an Elizabeth II, square form pin dish, Travis, Wilson & Co Ltd. Sheffield 1960, 10.5 by 10.5 by 0.7cm high, a continental 900 grade silver silver circular dish, 14cm diameter, 2cm high, overall 4.9toz weighable silver. (3).
Lot 42Three silver capstan inkwells, comprising a large inkwell, its lid engraved with a 'P', also with a glass liner, rubbed British hall marks, 20cm diameter, 8.5cm high, a George V inkwell, Birmingham, 1912, 15.3cm diameter, 5.5cm high, a/f, and a Elizabeth II inkwell, Birmingham, 1995, 13cm diameter, 6cm high, all with filled bases. (3).
Lot 43An Elizabeth II silver cigarette box, with blank cartouche to lid and cedar wood lining to its interior, Harman Brothers, Birmingham, 1969, 11.3 by 8.6 by 4cm high, together with two George V cigarette cases, one with a blank cartouche and engraved clover design, G M & S Ltd. Birmingham, 1914, 8 by 6 by 1cm, the other with an 'S D H' monogram to its lid, G. Loveridge & Co. Birmingham, 1911, 9 by 8 by 1cm, together with an Edward VII vesta case bearing the same initials, Colen Hewer Cheshire, Chester 1907, and a George VI cigarette case with parcel gilt interior, William Suckling Ltd., Birmingham 1946, 11.5 by 8.8 by 0.8cm, overall 11.9toz weighable silver. (5).
Lot 46A group of four silver items, comprising a capstan inkwell, with hinged top, London 1917, makers marks rubbed, with weighted wooden base, 5.24toz, a cube snooker or billiards chalk holder, Birmingham 2001, M Kamin & Co Ltd, still containing chalk, 1.21toz and a pair of christening goblets, Chester 1922, Charles Perry & Co, 2.17toz, together with a white metal figure of a donkey, marked indistinctly to the belly. (5).
Lot 47A pair of Edwardian silver sauce boats, the handles with cast jaguar heads, and scroll rim, raised on a curved rectangular base, Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1938, a/f damaged and restored, 10.11toz, together with a silver condiment set, comprising salt, mustard pot, pepperette and two spoons, Mappin and Webb Ltd, Birmingham 1972, boxed, 3.89toz. (7).