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Fri 21st May 2021 - 4pm
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Jewellery & Watches, Silver & Gold
Specialist Quarterly Sale including antique and modern jewellery, watches, silver, gold, objects of vertu, coins and bank notes.
Lot 2A late 19th century silver plated military campaign spirit stove, ivorine handle to outer sauce pot, containing within a burner, lyre pierced stand and pot with screw lid, all unmarked, outer pot 9.3 by 14.6 by 8cm, together with a 20th century campaign tankard, containing within a tot holder with screw lid, hinged wrap around handles, 11.4 by 7cm. (2).
Lot 4A collection of silver plated wares and collectables, including a Sheffield Plate candlestick, 16 by 12 by 30cm high, an urn form sugar sifter 7 by 18cm high, a pair of reproduction Georgian goblets by Cavalier, an Intelligence Corps cap badge, 7.8 by 14cm high, with original boxes, a small collection of post 1946 coins. (1 box).
Lot 6A collection of Victorian and later silver plated items including a square plated salver with inset wooden bread board, 27 by 27cm, a ladle, stem marked 'RM R.Linkowski', 31cm, a tankard engraved 'Bugatti Owners Club, Welsh Rally 1953, J.W.E. Banks', 12.5 by 13cm, a 'King's Shilling' tankard with glass base containing a 1947 shilling, a rose bowl, a bottle stopper, a small chamber stick, a twin handled cup engraved 'The Witham Cup', and a mount cast in the shape of an owl's head. (1 box).
Lot 8A mixed collection of metal, and glass and ceramics, including an Edwardian silver backed hand mirror, Daniel Manufacturing Company, Birmingham 1931, 16 by 29cm, a Hukin and Heath chocolate pot, 15.3cm high, and matching jug, 6.2 by 5cm high, a Victorian kettle on spirit stand, 35cm high, a whisky decanter label, a pair of novelty salt and pepper pots, a set of six modern Chinese white metal dessert forks and spoons with cloisonne handles, various ceramics, glass and collectables including a Royal Doulton Falstaff decanter, model number D3685, 9.5cm high. (16).
Lot 11A collection of silver plated items including a rectangular cigarette box, engraved presentation inscription to top, a set of six butter knives with faux amber handles, cased, an arch form plated toast rack by Walker and Hall, a bottle stopper with grape and vine detailing, a sugar sifter with glass body, various pieces of cutlery, a napkin ring, a small rectangular photo, a hand mirror and a fruit basket with pierced rim, together with a pair of early to mid 20th century Indian painted wood and brass carving set. (20).
Lot 13A collection of Silver and silver plated cased flatware, comprising a George V cased set of six silver teaspoons, with crossed gold club terminals, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1933, each 11cm long, together with silver plated six teaspoons and a pair of sugar tongs, with pierced decorated terminals, a cased associated group of nine apostle spoons and sugar tongs, and a cased mixed pattern EPNS, including a set of six cake forks, six dessert forks and pickle fork, 2.5toz overall. (1 bag).
Lot 14A group of three silver picture frames, comprising a frame with engine turned decoration, Mappin and Webb, Birmingham 1947, 24.5 by 17.5cm, a slightly smaller frame, with beaded borders and palmettes to the corners, Carr's of Sheffield Ltd, Sheffield 1998, 20 by 15cm, and a frame with Art Nouveau slightly waisted form with stylised tendril decoration, W J Myatt & Co, Birmingham 1929, 12 by 16cm. (3).
Lot 15A group of thee silver items, comprising a silver egg cup with gilt interior, S J Rose & Son, Birmingham 1973, 0.87toz, 4.5 by 6.5cm high, a sealing wax or match box holder, Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1923, with weighted base, 2.63toz, 6.5 by 4cm high, and an Edwardian silver backed clothes brush, Synyer & Beddoes (Harry Synyer & Charles Joseph Beddoes), Birmingham 1910, 2.72toz, 17 by 4 by 4cm high. (3).
Lot 20A George VI silver cigarette box, of rectangular form, with engine turned decoration to the top, monogram engraved 'L.S.P.', and dedication engraving to the front 'Miss L. S. Pearce, Marks and Spencer, 1924-1946', cedar wood lined, Mappin and Webb, London 1946, 18.5 by 9 by 4.8cm high..
Lot 24A collection of seven George V silver napkin rings, comprising a pair of napkin rings with reeded bands, one engraved Jean, the other H, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1922, a plain pair engraved with the initial D, Birmingham 1919, a further narrow pair with convex bodies and a single napkin ring with pierced scroll and wheel detailing, engraved Desmond, William Suckling Ltd, Birmingham 1927, 4.12toz gross..
Lot 25A collection of Eastern white metal cruet sets and spoons, including one set comprising salt cellar, pepperette, mustard pots and two spoons, all chased and embossed with palm leaves to cylindrical bodies, Arabic markings, 4.7 by 2.7cm and smaller, together with a second cruet set comprising salt cellar, pair of pepperettes, spoon and palm leaf form tray, engraved detailing to bodies, lion holding a tulwar sword stamped to bases, tray 13 by 5.5 by 7.5cm, together with two white metal souvenir spoons, one with pony terminal, a long handle spoon shaped as bamboo, 19cm, and a salt spoon, stamped 84 to back, 6.66toz gross excluding glass liners..
Lot 26A George V silver dwarf candlestick, reeded sconce, knopped stem and foot, Chester 1923, 12.3 by 7.2cm, filled, 4.8toz, together with various silver plated items including a teapot by Walk and Hall, a chamber stick with snuffer, two bowls, two button hooks, a bottle coaster and various spoons. (q).
Lot 27Two silver cigarette cases, one Edward VII, the body engraved with scrolling foliage, central circular cartouche engraved JW, Smith and Bartlam, Birmingham 1918, 8 by 8.5cm, the second George VI, wheel engraved rectangular body, rectangular cartouche engraved with initials, John Rose, Birmingham 1944, 11.5 by 9cm, together with a silver box, the lid and sides chased and embossed with scrolling foliage, the top engraved 'Veronica', Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1893, 5.5 by 4.5 by 3.3cm, 8.79toz gross. (3).
Lot 28A group of three silver items, comprising a trumpet shaped vase with wave rim and spiral fluted decoration to the base, Birmingham 1912, makers mark rubbed and indistinct, 5.04toz including weighted base, 15.5cm high, and a pair of christening cups, with scrolled auricula handles, both dedication engraved, Crisford & Norris Ltd, Birmingham 1912, 2.52toz, 7cm high. (3).
Lot 29Two contemporary silver pill boxes with decorative lids, comprising an oval box with hand painted enamel lid depicting a leaping salmon and title below, signature J. A., Hansford & Ainsworth, Hansworth Enamels, London 1993, 22 by 48 by12mm high, and a rectangular box with printed hunting scene to cover, stamped 925 to the base, 38 by 30.5 by 15mm, total combined gross weight, 1.25toz. (2).
Lot 30A group of Victorian and later silver, comprising a pair of Victorian octagonal urn form condiments, William Neale & Son, Sheffield 1897, 4 by 11cm high, A George V milk jug with S scroll handle, circular, weighted base, Adie Brothers Ltd. Birmingham 1921, 11.5 by 6.5 by 12cm high, a swan form salt with silver top, stamped 925 to its wings and with rubbed marks to its neck, 7 by 4 by 6.5cm high, a condiment spoon, stamped '925' 5.5cm long, and a pair of ERII candlesticks Birmingham 1970, 6.8 by 10.5cm high, and a novelty sombrero, stamped '925, 7 by 2cm high, 3.8toz of weighable silver. (1 bag).
Lot 31A collection of Edwardian and later silver, comprising five Edwardian apostle spoons, 10cm long, a tea strainer, 10.5cm long, and pair of sugar tongs, 9cm long all with twisted handles and shell form bowls, William Devenport, Birmingham 1901, a square form Chippendale style pin tray, Deakin & Francis Ltd. Birmingham 1970, 9 by 9 by 0.7cm high, with associated case, a pair of urn form condiments with square bases, Stokes & Ireland Ltd. Chester 1911, 3.7 by 9.5cm long, and a silver backed hair brush, with engine turned decoration, Adie Brothers Ltd. Birmingham 1933, 24cm long, 5.3toz weighable silver. (1 bag).
Lot 32A collection of George III and later silver flatware, three teaspoons, with terminals engraved 'I E' Richard Evans, London 1791, six teaspoons, 13cm long, six fiddle pattern teaspoons with monograms to terminals, Solomon Hougham, London 1809, 13cm long, and a pair of Victorian sugar tongs, Charles Boyton (II), London 1877, 14.5cm long, overall 4.4toz overall. (1 bag).
Lot 33An 18th century Continental silver wine strainer, decorated in Rococo taste with a putti to the thumb grip, the border with scrolls and pierced fretwork, the bowl with traces of gilt, 13.5 by 9.3cm, bowl 8 by 2cm, 1.89toz, in a fitted burgundy velvet and pink silk lined presentation case..
Lot 36Two silver photograph frames and silver plated wares, comprising a George V oval silver photograph frame, Birmingham 1915, 20 by 24.5cm high, together with silver plated wares, comprising a silver plated mounted claret jug, 13 by 9.5 by 28cm high, a twin handled tray, 46 by 17 by 8cm high, and a Victorian horn handled bread knife with silver mounts, Harrison Brothers & Howson, with rubbed hallmarks, 36cm long. (5).
Lot 38Eight pieces of George III and later silver flatware, comprising three old English pattern dessert spoons: two George III spoons, one with an 'R' engraved to its terminal, William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, London possibly 1811, 16.5cm long, the other with a rubbed monogram to its terminal, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1807, 17cm long, and a George IV spoon decorated with a wolf's head to its terminal, John, Henry & Charles Lias London 1823, 17cm long; a George III teaspoon with bright cut decorative border to its handle and 'ABD' engraved to its terminal, Thomas Northcote, London 1787, 11cm long, a pair of George IV fiddle back pattern teaspoons with R engraved to each terminal, William Troby, London 1822, both approximately 13cm long, a pair of George III sugar tongs, possibly Charles Hougham, London, no date mark, 13cm long, and a damaged pair of sugar tongs, with pierced and bright cut decoration, engraved 'E.T', only Lion passant mark present, 13.5cm long, overall 6.1toz. (1 bag).
Lot 40A collection of silver items including a cigarette box, cedar lining, plain rectangular body, Sanders and MacKenzie, Birmingham 1966, 15 by 9 by 3cm, 10.58toz, together with a George III Irish silver ladle, barley twist stem, James Keating, Dublin 1814, 14.5 by 4.7cm, a Victorian sugar sifter, flower form bowl and engraved terminal, Deakin and Francis Ltd, Birmingham 1899, 14.5cm, various other spoons, a matching pepperette and mustard pot of conventional forms, Horton Allday, Birmingham 1919, a vesta case, a small oval photograph frame, a mother of pearl handled fruit knife with silver blade, a white metal Scottish pin and a pair of white metal pepperettes, 8.45toz excluding cigarette case, white metal items, glass liners and photo frame. (q).
Lot 41A collection of three silver cigarette cases and two silver vesta cases, one a scrolling foliate engraved example, circular cartouche to front engraved WJS, Joseph Gloster, Birmingham 1907, 7.5cm, a plain bodied convex form cigarette case, inscribed F.S. to front, W.J. Myatt and Co, Birmingham 1916, 9cm, a slightly smaller similar example, engraved Billy to one corner, indistinct maker's mark, Birmingham 1945, and two silver vesta cases, one plain, the other foliate engraved, 8.6toz gross. (5).
Lot 42A pair of George IV silver serving spoons, fiddle pattern, likely Andrew Wilke, Edinburgh 1816, 22.5cm, together with a single Old English pattern serving spoon with engraved handle, oval cartouche at terminal inscribed T G M, Thomas Wallis, London 1810, and a pair of silver plated sugar nips, engraved detailing and vacant cartouche, 6toz excluding nips. (4).
Lot 43A collection of silver dressing table accoutrements, including a silver photograph frame, stepped conventional form with wooden back, Henry Mattews, Chester 1914, 18.5 by 13cm, together with a hand mirror, elaborately chased and embossed with scrolling foliage, engraved cartouche, indistinct maker's mark, Chester 1829, a similar silver backed hair brush, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1902, a pair of cut glass dressing table pin dishes with silver covers, Boots Pure Drug Company, Birmingham 1910 and two silver backed clothes brushes, one engraved WL, 27toz excluding glass bases and photograph frame..
Lot 45A group of Victorian and later silver topped dressing table jars, various designs and makers, one pear shaped bottle wheel engraved with foliate swags, indistinct maker's mark, London 1859, a compressed globular puff pot, J.P. and Co Ltd, Birmingham 1924, and a small silver circular photo frame, 4.8toz excluding all glass and photo frame. (11).
Lot 47A group of George III and later silver, comprising a George III fiddle back pattern sauce ladle, with horse's head to terminal, Sarah & John William Blake, London 1817, 17cm long, a pair of 19th century grape scissors, 12cm long, with rubbed lion passant mark, a pair of possibly Georgian sugar nips, with 'MC' monogram, makers mark 'WW', possibly William Webb, London, 15cm long, a George V silver cigarette box, bearing inscription 'Capt. N. Shaw 15.3.22. On Termination of Adjutancy from D. B. Dawson (?)', cedar lined interior, rubbed maker's marks, possibly William Base & Sons, Birmingham 1921, 8.5 by 9 by 3.5cm high, 4.2toz weighable silver. (4).
Lot 48A group of silver items, comprising a William Bateman I pair of sugar nips, with brightcut decoration, London 1826, 106.6mm long, 0.48toz, a teaspoon, three rings, one set with a tiger's eye, a silver chain, and a woven and twisted bracelet, total weight 1.08toz, excluding sugar nips, together with a Thai white metal cigarette box with burr wood interior, with central medallion of a praying buddha to the top, and dedication engraved to the base, 'To Mr T. W. B. Waugh, With Warmest Wishes for a Happy Retirement From Thai Oil Company Limited', 16.4 by 11.4 by 4.3cm high, and a white metal memorial ring, of belt form dedicated to Frederick Hill, October 1st, 1884, size X, 0.3toz. (9).