Antiques and Collectables with Traditional Sports and Pastimes at 10.30 am
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Took place on Friday 30th of September 2016
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A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL WHITE METAL BOX, the cover embossed with cherub decoration, various hallmarks to the base, 6.5cm diameter, together with a SELECTION OF SILVER ITEMS comprising; a silver bladed folding fruit knife, a silver seal, a silver handled button hook and a silver mounted leather cigar holder
A SILVER TRIPLE PHOTOGRAPH FRAME, hinged to fold into a portable pocket or handbag item, 6cm x 5cm closed, together with FIVE VARIOUS SILVER AND SILVER MOUNTED REQUISITES
A GEORGE V SILVER PURSE having chased decoration and chain handle, Birmingham 1917, 6.5cm high, together with a small silver TAZZA with pierced rim, and TWO SILVER LIDS
HARRISON BROTHERS & HOWSON (George Howson) AN ART DECO INSPIRED FOUR-PIECE SILVER TEA SET, comprising teapot, hot water jug, milk jug and two-handled sugar bowl, Sheffield 1946, total weight including non-silver handles 1743g.
A LATE 19TH CENTURY GEORGIAN DESIGN SILVER CREAM JUG, having crimped rim, raised handle, on square foot, Birmingham 1899, together with a Georgian design silver GRAVY BOAT, Sheffield 1932, combined weight 177g.
AN ASPREY SILVER PLATED THREE-PIECE TEA SET of Georgian fluted design, comprising teapot (inscribed and dated 1910), sugar bowl and milk jug
AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER POSY VASE of trumpet form on a circular platform base, Birmingham 1916, 10cm high, together with FOUR VARIOUS NAPKIN RINGS, a small TROPHY CUP, a variety of COFFEE SPOONS and a PAIR OF SUGAR NIPS, combined weight 215g.
A FOREIGN SILVER COLOURED METAL PRESENTATION BASTING SPOON, the handle cast with scrolls and stylised flora, un-engraved, 204g
HAMILTON & INCHES A FIVE-PIECE SILVER TEA SET of rectilinear and canted form with applied guilloche bright cut wire rim and fibre handle, comprising; tray 1650g, teapot 759g, hot water 667g, sugar 268g and milk 191g, (3,535g total)
A MIXED LOT comprising; a pair of EPNS coasters, a cigar cutter, a pair of nut crackers and two pairs of silver sugar tongs
WALKER & HALL A THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SET, having applied wire rim with bright cut floral banding below, tapered plain belly, on circular wire foot, pattern no.2010, 1040g
A & J ZIMMERMANN A PAIR OF LOADED SILVER TRUMPET SHAPE VASES, each having cut shaped rim, plain spun belly and loaded base, Birmingham 1903, 14cm high
COOPER BROS. A PART SET CANTEEN OF RATTAIL PATTERN SILVER FLATWARE, comprising; 2 x table spoons, 16 x table knives, 8 x soup, 8 x dessert spoons, 8 x table forks, 8 x teaspoons, Sheffield 1952, 2366g., in period oak finished canteen box
TWO PAIRS OF SILVER NAPKIN RINGS, one bright cut with scroll decoration and monogrammed, the other un-engraved with engine turned banding, each in period presentation box, London 1902 and Birmingham 1948, 72g. total
A PAIR OF SCOTTISH QUEENS PATTERN SILVER SUGAR TONGS, Glasgow 1855, and TWO OTHER PAIRS, one white metal Foreign, the other EPNS
A MIXED COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising capstan inkwell, scallop butter dish, two cigarette cases, bonbonniere and miscellaneous smalls including mother-of-pearl electro plated fruit knives and forks
A SELECTION OF SILVER ITEMS, comprising a waiter (engraved) with gadroon rim, rose bowl and grill, a pair of silver rimmed glass salts, two luggage bottles, two thimbles, Baby brooch, cross, bangle, trophy cup engraved etc., weighable silver 304g.
WILLIAMS (BIRMINGHAM) LTD. A THREE-PIECE SILVER TEA SET, each having cut shaped rim, plain belly and raised on four duck pad feet. Birmingham 1906, 420g
WALKER & HALL A SILVER DRINKS TRAY having heavy cast scallop and fancy scroll border, un-engraved centre, Sheffield 1937, 37cm diameter, 1483g
EDWARD VINER A RECTANGULAR SILVER SALVER, having applied moulded wire rim and re-entrant corners, plain un-engraved centre, raised on four scroll feet, Sheffield 1961, 34 x 34cm, 1463g
F*** B*** A GEORGE V RECTANGULAR SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, the exterior front and back all over engraved with scrolls and gilded interior, 14 x 8cm, Birmingham 1919, 197g
WEST & SON A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER FOUR-SLICE WIRE TOAST RACKS, each having a central shaped handle and raised on four ball feet, Sheffield 1901, 136g
EDWARD VINER LTD. A CHIPPENDALE STYLE SILVER SAUCE BOAT, having cut shaped rim, plain up-scrolled handle and body, raised on three pad feet, Sheffield 1932, 185g
A MISCELLANEOUS SELECTION OF PRINCIPALLY EPNS ITEMS comprising; a chamber stick, a cheese scoop, a pair of bonbonnieres on stands, circular tray, oval tray, lemon slice servers, a pair of knife rests and a silver mirror and brush
SOLOMON HOUGHAM A SET OF SIX GEORGE III SILVER TEASPOONS having bright cut handles, monogramed S over WM, London 1799, 85g.
EMMANUEL LEVY A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER TABLE SPOONS, fiddle pattern, monogrammed H, Exeter 1817, combined 129g.
ADIE & LOVEKIN LTD A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER HANDLED BUTTON HOOK, Birmingham 1892 and three others
THREE PAIRS OF ASIAN SILVER NAPKIN RINGS with decorative designs
A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER PLATED COLUMN DESIGN CANDLESTICKS, Corinthian capitals with removable beaded sconces, on fluted stems and stepped square bases, 26cm high
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER MOUNTED WAISTED GLASS DECANTER Chester 1904 including stopper 24cm high, together with a small silver BONBON BASKET, Birmingham 1913
ADIE BROTHERS LTD A SILVER AND BLUE GUILLOCHE ENAMEL PART DRESSING TABLE SET comprising; hand mirror, cut glass powder bowl, brush and shoe horn, Birmingham 1928
S BLANCKENSEE & SONS LTD A GEORGE V SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SET comprising; tea pot, milk jug and sugar bowl, Birmingham 1917 together with a Birmingham silver HOT WATER POT of Georgian waisted design, combined weight of the four pieces including non silver handles and knops 1122g
G LOVERIDGE & CO A LATE VICTORIAN PIERCED AND ENGRAVED NURSES BUCKLE, Birmingham 1900 together with a small SILVER CAPTAIN INKWELL, a SILVER TABLE BOX, velvet lined and a SILVER THIMBLE (4)
E S BARNSLEY & CO A GEORGE V SILVER DOUBLE CONDIMENT SET in presentation case comprising; a pair of pepper pots, mustard pots and salts with blue glass liners and spoons, Birmingham 1919, weighable silver 218g
MICHAEL KEATING A LATE 18TH CENTURY IRISH SILVER SUGAR SIFTING LADLE, having gilded bowl with bright cut handle, Dublin 1795, in a purpose made velvet and silk lined case, together with TWO OTHER SIFTING LADLES, combined silver weight 100g.
WILLIAM ELEY & WILLIAM FEARN A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SERVERS, comprising fork and spoon, engraved crowned lion crest, holding aloft in one paw a fleur de lys, London 1800, (loaded silver handles)
THOMAS & WILLIAM CHAWNER A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER BASTING SPOONS, crested with a horse head upon a cap, the stretched marks worn, clearly London circa 1769, 30cm long, 225g.
WILLIAM & SAMUEL KNIGHT A FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER CADDY SPOON, with winged unicorn crest, London 1812, together with FIVE OTHER SILVER CADDY SPOONS (6), total weight 102g.
HARRISON BROTHERS & HOWSON A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER BREAD FORK, Sheffield 1892, with mother-of-pearl handle, together with a GEORGIAN SILVER SAUCE LADLE, a pair of cast silver GRAPE SCISSORS of fruiting vine design, a PAIR OF SUGAR TONGS, PICKLE FORK etc., weighable silver 215g.
WILLIAM KNIGHT II A GEORGE III SILVER FISH SLICE, fiddle pattern crested with a bird bearing a leaf sprig in its beak, London 1817, together with an 18th century silver BASTING SPOON, combined weight 243g.
A GEORGE III SILVER COMBINATION SPOON AND MARROW SCOOP, London 1763, together with a Thomas Wilkes Barker double ended MARROW SCOOP, bears crest of a bird holding a leaf sprig in its beak, London 1815
A QUANTITY OF HALLMARKED SILVER, STERLING AND WHITE METAL CONDIMENT SPOONS, COFFEE SPOONS, BUTTER KNIVES, etc. combined weight 324g.
J. BLOND & SON A SET OF SIX LATE VICTORIAN SILVER TEASPOONS, having acanthus scroll bright cut decoration, monogrammed R, Glasgow 1894, 89g.
A QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER AND WHITE METAL FLATWARE, comprising approximately 23 pieces including crested table forks, desert spoons, teaspoons, etc. combined weight 512g.
WILLIAM ELEY & WILLIAM FEARN A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SUGAR NIPS, London 1816, together with a collection of various SILVER SUGAR NIPS, overall weight 155g.
A QUANTITY OF MIXED SILVER HALLMARKED KINGS PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising three table spoons, two table forks, and four dessert spoons, each piece crested with a stags head and raised arm in armour, overall weight 720g.
AN 18TH CENTURY DUTCH WHITE METAL SPOON, having chased floral design to handle, engraved to the back of the bowl, NTS MID 1750, within a wreath, 16.5cm long
AN 18TH CENTURY SQUARE SILVER CARD TRAY, having raised rim on applied bracket feet, engraved armorial to sole, hallmarks considered to be William Paradise, London 1725, 138g.
CHARLES STUART HARRIS A GEORGIAN DESIGN SILVER PEPPER POT, with flame finial and fluted body, on raised circular foot, London 1894, 14cm high, 81g., together with a PAIR OF SILVER DWARF CANDLESTICKS (loaded), a silver SOVEREIGN HOLDER, a white metal NAPKIN RING, and an empty presentation case
DANIEL & JOHN WELBY A NEO CLASSICAL SILVER TROPHY CUP, having embossed swags to the body above acanthus leaf tongues with entwined snake handles, raised on circular platform base, complete with cover, London 1905, 20cm high, 397g.