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Took place on Friday 27th of August 2010
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SEYMOUR & LINDSLEY A PAIR OF LARGE MID 19TH CENTURY AMERICAN SILVER COLOURED METAL TEASPOONS each having a fiddle style handle inscribed E.P. Williamson and the back stamped Pure Coin, 50g.
MATTHEW JOHN JESSOP AN EDWARDIAN SILVER MATCH BOX SLIDE having pressed decorated top, raised on four ball feet, Birmingham, 1901, together with a modern silver engine turned NAPKIN RING
MARTIN HALL & CO A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER FRUITED TABLE SPOONS, each having pressed, possibly later, gilded bowl, bead handle, and bright cut floral engraving, Sheffield, 1898, together with a PAIR OF GEORGIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, later fruited, London, 1830, 230g
MARTIN HALL & CO A SET OF TWELVE VICTORIAN SILVER TEASPOONS, together with a pair of matching TONGS, each having cast decorated handle, Sheffield, 1880, 300g
CHARLES GREEN & CO A SILVER CHRISTENING MUG having rolled rim, barrel shape belly and angular handle, inscription earlier, Sheffield, possibly 1937, 94g
ARTHUR PRICE & CO. A SET OF SIX SILVER COFFEE SPOONS each with geometric handle, Birmingham 1945, and ANOTHER SET by Turner & Simpson, gilded with bean terminals and coloured enamelled backs, Birmingham 1957, both boxed
POSSIBLY ADIE BROS. A SILVER TROPHY CUP having hexagonal facetted base on an ebonised plinth inscribed, marks obscured circa 1930, 168g.
WEST & SON A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STYLE IRISH SILVER SALTS each applied cast gadroon rim, crucible shaped boxy, raised on three lion paw feet with mask terminals and blue glass liners, Dublin 1928, 152g., and TWO NON MATCHING SPOONS
CHARLES WEALE A SILVER TROPHY CUP/PORRINGER having squat baluster body with rolled rim twin cast scroll handles and moulded style pedestal foot, inscribed, Birmingham 1929, 150g.
A DUTCH SILVER COLOURED METAL SPOON having pressed decorated bowl with a dancing couple and cockerel shaped terminal, marks indistinct
BARNSLEY & CO. A MATCHING SILVER MUSTARD AND PEPPER each having waisted and channelled belly, raised on four scroll feet, Birmingham 1905, 115g.
A MISCELLANY OF SILVER AND PLATED ITEMS comprising pressed decorated sherry and whisky labels, silver engine turned cigarette case, Georgian silver teaspoon, silver backed hair brush, pair of feather edged mustard spoons and pickle fork and salts bottle, all mixed dates, hallmarked and four plated napkin rings
POSSIBLY CHARLES BOYNTON A PAIR OF SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS, London 1790, and TWO OTHER GEORGIAN SPOONS, marks obscured, 200g.
ADOLPH SCOTT & ALEXANDER SCOTT A COMPOSITE SILVER THREE-PIECE TEA SET of circular low pedestal form with moulded foot, teapot with fibre handle, sugar and milk with cast handles, Sheffield 1939 and Birmingham 1937, 640g.
DEAKIN & FRANCIS A PAIR OF SILVER COASTERS each having rolled rim and pierced sides with turned timber centres, Birmingham 1971, 10cm diameter
GEORGE HART AN ELEVATED SILVER BOWL having applied rim, spot hammered decoration and turned foot, London possibly 1972, 257g. 6cm x 14cm diameter
A GEORGIAN STYLE SILVER MILK JUG, a silver presentation PLATTER Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee in presentation box with certificate of authenticity, and the remains of a PAIR OF SUGAR TONGS, mixed assays, 465g.
A GEORGIAN STYLE SILVER SWEETMEAT BASKET having reeded tapered swing handle and oval wire work frame on a fancy octahedral inverted pedestal foot, London 1898, 174g.
WILLIAM SUCKLEY LTD. A SILVER THREE-PIECE CONDIMENT comprising oval mustard and salt, and cylindrical pepperette with fretted and engraved decoration, Birmingham 1927
A MIXED LOT OF SILVER ITEMS to include a glass oil carafe, photograph frame and four coffee spoons
A SILVER POWDER COMPACT, square with engine turned exterior and mirror, fitted interior, marks partly obscured probably Birmingham 1947
W.S. HUTTON A SILVER PIERCED AND PRESSED BONBONNIERE with foliate decoration, London 1900, a suite of five Cooper Bros. COFFEE SPOONS, and a silver ELEVATED DISH with gadroon wavy rim, marks obscured
POSSIBLY NATHAN & HAYES A RECTANGULAR SILVER CIGARETTE BOX having hinged engine turned decorated top and timber lined interior, raised on ogee bracket feet, Birmingham 1947, 6cm x 17cm
POSSIBLY JACOBS & OGUS LTD. A SILVER CIGARETTE BOX of cylindrical form with plain knopped pull-up lid, gilded internal divide and engine turned decorated body, on a moulded base, Patent No. 325841, Birmingham 1933
A SET OF THREE FOREIGN SILVER COLOURED METAL TABLESPOONS, each having foliate fiddle shape handle with twist wire stem, monogrammed A.M. 19.6.98, stamped .800
A PAIR OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY SILVER SUGAR TONGS having scallop shell pads, cast and scroll decorated arms, two silver NAPKIN RINGS, a fiddle thread and shell pattern Georgian DESSERT FORK, and another SILVER TEASPOON, various dates
A CAST PEWTER/WHITE METAL PEPPERETTE FASHIONED AS AN OWL, having screw fit head with inset glass eyes, perforated plumage on a winged and feathered style base, 6cm high
A GEORGE IV IRISH THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SET of generous capacity, each repousse worked with multiple floral decoration, raised on four paw feet, Dublin, 1823/24, 1350g
TREVITT & SONS A SET OF SIX SILVER GILT AND ENAMELLED COFFEE SPOONS having polychrome floral engraved decoration, Birmingham, 1957, cased
BROADWAY & CO A SIX PIECE SILVER DRESSING TABLE SET having pressed decorated scroll bird and foliate decoration, Birmingham, 1979
THOMAS WALLIS & JONATHAN HAYNE A GEORGIAN SILVER CADDY SPOON of Old English and thread pattern, London 1810
TWO SILVER BREAD FORKS, one with mother-of-pearl handle by J. Dixon, Sheffield, 1903, another ivory handled, Sheffield, 1906, and ANOTHER EPNS, each with bright cut decorated tines
HENRY WILKINSON LTD TWO PAIRS OF SILVER SUGAR TONGS, one bright cut floral decorated, Sheffield, 1902, and the other pair earlier touch marks only
VINERS OF SHEFFIELD A SET OF EPNS FLATWARE AND CUTLERY comprising 6 place settings, table knife, dessert knives and forks, fish, soup spoons, dessert spoons, cake forks, butter knives, etc, 72 pieces
A SILVER PEDESTAL NUT BOWL having rolled rim and pressed fluted belly, on moulded base
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER VESTA CASE with engraved decoration, Birmingham, 1902, together with a modern silver coloured metal PILL BOX, and an oval silver PILL BOX with onyx butterfly inlaid top, mixed assay
CHRISTIAN KER REID A GEORGE III SILVER QUART MUG, Newcastle assay, having caulked rim, slightly tapering cylindrical body, with three reeded ringed bands and plain swept sheet handle, probably period crested and later inscribed on base Byron Stanley Bramwell 16th November, 1913 in script (there is a further makers touch mark on the base and handle, fully marked on the rim, Newcastle 1802) 660g
WILLIAM EATON A WILLIAM IV SILVER LADLE, fiddle pattern with later engraved bird crest terminal, London 1834, 197g
JOSIAH WILLIAMS & CO (Jackson & Fullerton) A SILVER CHRISTENING SPOON AND FORK having trifid style terminal, monogrammed, in period presentation box, London, 1913, 61cm high
MAPPIN & WEBB A SET OF SIX SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, each having stepped seal type terminal, Sheffield, 1915, in Mappin & Webb presentation case, 60g
ELKINGTON & CO, AND OTHERS AN EPBM HOT MILK POT with knopped lid and plain tapered body, together with two EPNS ONE PINT MUGS, and a rectangular ENTREE DISH with strainer insert
POSSIBLY THOMAS MERITON A GEORGE III SILVER MILK JUG of oval form having applied reeded rim, horizontal repousse banded body, raised on four ball feet, London, 1812, 139g
THOMAS WATSON A GEORGE III, NEWCASTLE ASSAY, OBLONG SILVER TEAPOT having hinged lid with rectangular knop, 20th century fibre handle, horizontal repousse banded body, raised on four ball feet, Newcastle, 1815, 573g
A DUTY DODGER, T.W.? MAKERS MARK ONLY A PAIR OF GEORGE II OR EARLY GEORGE III SILVER SALTS, each having heavy cast and applied gadroon rim crucible shape belly with maker's touch mark and later monogram, raised on three stepped duck pad feet, total104g
JOHN WALTON A GEORGE III NEWCASTLE ASSAY, FIDDLE PATTERN FISH SLICE having fretted blade with fish motif and later double mono-scroll handle, Newcastle, 1818, and a similar SERVING FORK, John Walton, Newcastle and London marks, possibly 1823, 271g
WILLIAM MARSHALL A SET OF THREE VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER KINGS PATTERN SALT SPOONS, later monogrammed, Edinburgh, 1859, 40g
WILLIAM MARSHALL A SET OF TEN VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER KINGS PATTERN TABLE SPOONS, later monogrammed, Edinburgh, 1860 and 1853, 740g
WILLIAM MARSHALL A SET OF TWELVE VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER KINGS PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, 6 x Edinburgh, 1868, and 6 x Edinburgh, 1953, 480g
WILLIAM MARSHALL A SET OF TEN VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER KINGS PATTERN TABLE FORKS, 3 x Edinburgh, 1860, 4 x 1853, and 3 x Glasgow, 1890, 690g
WILLIAM MARSHALL & OTHERS A SET OF NINE VICTORIAN SILVER KINGS PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, 2 x William Marshall, Edinburgh, 1859, 4 x George Angel, London, 1849, 3 x United Cutlers, Sheffield, 1993, 390g