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Antique, Vintage and Modern Silver and Silver Plate

Sunday, 16th September

Lot No:  1 (Silver)

A Stuart Devlin sterling silver limited edition Christmas box, London 1977, bearing Jubilee mark, 'I Saw Three Ships', the box with a flower to the top, and engine turned detail to the exterior, gilded to the interior, the base with guiolloche enamel, limited edition 126/500, 7.5 x 4 x 4cm, 180g (5.78 t oz), with original card and box.

Lot No:  2 (Silver)

A Stuart Devlin sterling silver limited edition Christmas box, London 1979, 'While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Night', the box with a bow to the top, and engine turned detail to the exterior, gilded to the interior, the base with guiolloche enamel, limited edition 126/500, 7.5 x 4 x 4cm, 175g (5.62 t oz), with original card and box.

Lot No:  3 (Silver)

A Stuart Devlin sterling silver limited edition Christmas box, London 1975, 'The Holly And The Ivy', the box with a bow to the top, and gilded textured detail to the exterior, gilded to the interior, limited edition 126/500, 7 x 4 x 4cm, 160g (5.14 t oz), with original card and box.

Lot No:  4 (Silver)

A Stuart Devlin sterling silver limited edition Christmas box, London 1973, 'Christmas Is Coming', the box with a bow and star to the top, engine turned and gilded to the exterior, gilded to the interior, limited edition 126/500, 7.5 x 4.5 x 4.5cm, 190g (6.1 t oz), with original card and box.

Lot No:  5 (Silver)

A Stuart Devlin sterling silver limited edition Christmas box, London 1978, 'Ding Dong Merrily On High', the box with a bow to the top, and textured detail to the exterior, gilded to the interior, limited edition 126/500, 7.5 x 4.5 x 4.5cm, 160g (5.14 t oz), with original box and card.

Lot No:  6 (Silver)

A Stuart Devlin sterling silver limited edition Christmas box, London 1971, 'Good King Wenceslas', the box with a bow to the side, and gilded textured detail to the exterior, gilded to the interior, limited edition 126/500, 6.5 x 4 x 4cm, 200g (6.43 t oz), with original card and box.

Lot No:  7 (Silver)

A Stuart Devlin sterling silver limited edition Christmas box, London 1976, 'Kings Of Orient', the box with enamelled holly to the top, and textured gilt detail to the exterior, gilded to the interior, limited edition 126/500, 7.5 x 4.5 x 4.5cm, 180g (5.78 t oz), with original card and box.

Lot No:  8 (Silver)

A Stuart Devlin sterling silver limited edition Christmas box, London 1980, 'Away In A Manger', the box with a bow to the top, and textured gilt detail to the exterior, gilded to the interior, the model with enamelled detail, limited edition 126/500, 7.5 x 4.5 x 4.5cm, 150g (4.82 t oz).

Lot No:  9 (Silver)

A Stuart Devlin sterling silver limited edition Christmas box, London 1974, 'Hark The Herald Angels Sing', the box with holly to the side, and textured gilt detail to the exterior, gilded to the interior, limited edition 126/500, 6.5 x 4.5 x 4.5cm, 190g (6.1 t oz), with original card.

Lot No:  10 (Silver)

A Stuart Devlin sterling silver limited edition Christmas box, London 1972, 'God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman', the box with holly to the top, and textured gilt detail to the exterior, gilded to the interior, limited edition 126/500, 7 x 4.5 x 4.5cm, 190g (6.1 t oz), with original card.

Lot No:  11 (Silver)

A George II sterling silver mug, George Bulman, Newcastle 1737, with a scroll handle terminating in a heart motif (handle dented and soldered, foot dented), 10 x 11 x 8cm, 170g (5.46 t oz).

Lot No:  12 (Silver)

A sterling silver gilt cigarette case with a crest, likely to be Jordanian, Harman Brothers, Birmingham 1976, with engine turned decoration, 10 x 11.5cm, 175g (5.62 t oz).

Lot No:  13 (Silver)

An Italian 800 standard solid silver candelabrum, mid 20th century, with four scrolling branches decorated with acanthus leaves, and five sconces, the base also decorated with acanthus leaves, 40.5 x 34 x 34cm, 1750g (56.26 t oz).

Lot No:  14 (Silver)

A Victorian sterling silver toast rack, Edward & John Barnard, London 1862, raised on scrolling supports, 270g (8.68 t oz).

Lot No:  15 (Silver)

A sterling silver vase of Chelsea Football Club interest, Lee & Wigfull (Henry Wigfull), Sheffield, 1924, engraved 'Presented by Stamford Bridge Stadium Ltd'. Condition: H: 26 cm W: 13 cm D: 13 cm, 325g (10.44 t oz).

Lot No:  16 (Silver)

A pair of Edwardian Neoclassical Revival Adam style silver candlesticks, Lee & Wigfull (Henry Wigfull), Sheffield 1906, bearing typical acanthus leaf decoration, and a gadrooned border to the base (filled), 24 x 11 x 11cm, 1500g (48.22 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  17 (Silver)

An Italian four piece 800 standard tea and coffee set, circa 1950's, having a twisted design to the rims and handles, Teapot H: 15 cm W: 21 cm D: 11 cm , Coffee pot H: 19 cm W: 16 cm D: 9 cm , Milk jug H: 10 cm W: 11 cm D: 7 cm , Sucrier H: 11 cm W: 13 cm D: 8 cm, 1120g (36 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  18 (Silver)

A pair of large Elkington & Co silver plated champagne coolers with liners, having cast scrolling acanthus leaf adorned handles, 17 x 40 x 36cm.

Lot No:  19 (Silver)

A sterling silver mug, Bravingtons Ltd, London 1936, engraved 'A G R 31.5.64.', given to A.G Reader from his colleagues at Healey & Baker Surveyors, Valuers and Auctioneers, on his half century', together with a signed letter from his colleagues given at the same time as the mug, and another letter, in a box from Holmes of Burlington Arcade, the mug  read more 

Lot No:  20 (Silver)

A Danish silver beaker, bearing assay master's mark for Christian F Heise, 1917, 826 standard, bearing Dansk Aebedje trade association mark, with engraved inscriptions, and band of repoussage navette detail, 12 x 9.5 x 9.5cm, together with a Scandinavian sterling silver dish, bearing enamelled detail to the centre depicting a viking with a longboat  read more 

Lot No:  21 (Silver)

A large collection of silver and silver plated tea strainers and similar items, mainly Scandinavian, including a hallmarked Danish example (most of the collection is silver plated), 1130g (36.33 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  22 (Silver)

An early 20th century silver plated inkstand, bearing engraved inscription 'Presented to Rev. F.J.P. Jellicoe, From Garrison Church Choir Feb 1913 Mauritius', having two glass inkwells, decorated with shells, having scrolling foliate motifs, 13 x 31 x 24cm.

Lot No:  23 (Silver)

A collection of silver items, including a late Victorian Walker & Hall sterling silver bonbon dish, Birmingham 1898, a late Victorian imported Continental sterling silver tea strainer, Samuel Boyce (or Boaz) Landeck, Sheffield 1901, a white metal sucrier (hallmarks rubbed), two Victorian glass perfume bottles, an Italian 800 standard wine taster, an  read more 

Lot No:  24 (Silver)

A collection of cased silver items and similar, including a late 19th century French ormolu letter opener with seal, a sterling silver cruet set, Docker & Burn Ltd, Birmingham 1923, silver plated and mother of pearl knives and spoons, and an 800 standard Continental silver and coral knife and spoon, the cruet set 70g (2.25 t oz).

Lot No:  25 (Silver)

A collection of silver and silver plated items including a sterling silver inkstand, Maxfield & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1911, monogrammed, with two silver inkwells (one missing a lid) H: 7 cm W: 19.5 cm D: 12 cm, a sterling silver cigarette case, Fenton Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1922, engraved with 'DD 1-3-23', H: 8.5 cm W: 9.5 cm D: 1.5 cm), a silver plated  read more 

Lot No:  26 (Silver)

An early 20th century Estonian 875 standard silver cigarette case, Edward Radus (Tallinn), with rose gold monograms and mount, set with a red tourmaline cabouchon, gilded to the interior, Condition: good. H: 11 cm W: 7.5 cm D: 2 cm, 165g (5.3 t oz).

Lot No:  27 (Silver)

A pair of circa 1900 American sterling silver comports, having pierced decoration, raised on a circular footed base (both bent out of shape), 6.5 x 23.5 x 23.5cm, 535g (17.2 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  28 (Silver)

A sterling silver bowl, Britton, Gould & Co, Birmingham 1938, of oval form, with a pierced border and raised on four supports, 7 x 18.5 x 12cm, together with a sterling silver sugar shaker, S Glass, Birmingham 1906, 19 x 8 x 8cm, and an Art Deco silver plated bowl, 3. 5 x 20 x 11cm, the silver 355g (11.41 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  29 (Silver)

A five piece Art Deco sterling silver cruet set, maker's mark N.S, Birmingham 1937, including a sugar shaker, 17.5 x 6.5 x 6.5cm, two salt shakers and two pepper shakers, 13 x 3.5 x 3.5cm (one missing the tip), 530g (17.03 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  30 (Silver)

A turn of the last century Chinese mallacca wood walking stick with a silver cap, the cap decorated with repoussage figures within a landscape, 90cm long.

Lot No:  31 (Silver)

A mid Victorian silver plated three piece tea set.by Elkington & Co, 1863, of lobed form, with floral motifs and scrolling handles, the tea pot 24.5 x 23.5 x 15cm.

Lot No:  32 (Silver)

A George III Sterling Silver Hot water Jug, Charles Wright. London 1771. Of baluster form. The lip with herringbone decoration. The stepped domed cover gadroon border and bud finial. Insulated long scroll handle and on tuck in foot. Engraved with a contemporary coat of Arms. Marked on base (legible). 27.5 cm high. 674.5 g (21.6 t oz). Shows a scratch  read more 

Lot No:  33 (Silver)

A Matched Pair of Sterling Silver Table Candlesticks. Both Sheffield. One 1824. Creswick & Co (Thomas, James & Nathaniel Creswick). Marks rubbed. The second Charles Favell also for Creswick & Co. 1856, marks clear. Each on a shaped square base with shells at the angles. Rising to a knopped stem with spool shaped sconce. Detachable nozzles. 23 cm high.  read more 

Lot No:  34 (Silver)

A sterling silver sauce boat, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1930, having a scrolling handle and gadrooned border, raised on three supports, 11.5 x 21 x 11.5cm, 320g (10.28 t oz).

Lot No:  35 (Silver)

A sterling silver tea pot, Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1934, having a fruitwood handle and finial, 14 x 24 x 14cm, together with a similar jug and sugar bowl, both Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1934, 640g (20.57 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  36 (Silver)

A 1920's silver plated tray, Scott & Randle (Alexander Scott & George Randall) of Sheffield and Birmingham, the border decorated with masks, scrolls and acanthus leaves, with pierced detail, the centre of the tray engraved, raised on three ball feet, 31cm diameter.

Lot No:  37 (Silver)

A pair of Victorian Adam Revival sterling silver candlesticks, William Hutton & Sons, London 1897, the sconces in the form of classical urns adorned with swags, the rest of the body decorated with rams heads, bows, urns and acanthus leaves, filled, 31 x 12.5 x 12.5cm, 2,323g (74.68 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  38 (Silver)

A sterling silver folding matchbox holder, Birmingham 1928, maker's mark indistinct, engine turned, 9 x 5.5cm, together with a boxed set of four sterling silver Bridge pens, 11cm long, 95g (3.05 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  39 (Silver)

A George III Neoclassical sterling silver teapot and stand, John Denzilow, London 1804, having ivory finial and handle (one pin missing), the body engraved with a Greek key pattern, previously owned by the Rev George Cardeli, Lis Hampshire, 17 x 29 x 11cm, 765g (24.59 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  40 (Silver)

Two pairs of sterling silver brushes, William Adams Ltd, Birmingham 1902, and A P, Birmingham 1919, (H: 5 cm W: 14 cm D: 7 cm H: 7 cm W: 17 cm D: 5 cm), together with a sterling silver hand mirror, hallmarks rubbed, Chester, (H: 27 cm W: 14 cm D: 1 cm), and a late Victorian sterling silver hand bag, Grey & Co (Sidney Thomas Oldridge), London (H: 14  read more 

Lot No:  41 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver bowl. marks rubbed but probably Birmingham circa 1908. Chased with flowers and husk drapes. On spreading base conforming in design. 14 cm high. 20 cm diameter. 455 g (14.6 t oz).

Lot No:  42 (Silver)

A George III sterling silver soup ladle, Thomas Wallis II, London 1784 (prior to May), Old English Pattern, 33cm long, 135g (4.34 t oz).

Lot No:  43 (Silver)

Two cased sets of sterling silver coffee spoons, Arthur Price & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1931, with coffee beans to the handles, 10cm long, the other Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1939, with coloured coffee beans to the handles, 9.5cm long, 65g (2.08 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  44 (Silver)

A Victorian sterling silver salver, Charles Boyton (II), London 1893, having beaded and gadrooned border, raised on three ball and claw supports, engraved with the crest of the Chilcott family of Gwendrock House, Truro, Cornwall, 17cm diameter, 205g (6.59 t oz).

Lot No:  45 (Silver)

Two cased sets of sterling silver teaspoons, the first by Arthur Price & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1936, consisting of six teaspoons and the matching tongs, the other by a maker with the mark JM, Sheffield 1925, 155g (4.98 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  46 (Silver)

A boxed set of late Victorian sterling silver salts and spoons, Florence Warden, Chester, 1898, the salts of horse shoe design, 20g (0.64 t oz) gross, together with a silver plated sugar sifter, sugar tongs and a souvenir spoon.

Lot No:  47 (Silver)

A cased pair of sterling silver salts, Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1907, having two sterling silver cruet spoons by different makers, together with a cased pair of sterling silver butter knives, C W Fletcher & Son Ltd (Charles William Fletcher), Sheffield 1938, 90g (2.89 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  48 (Silver)

A sterling silver teapot, William Neale & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1926, having fruitwood finial and handle, with a chamfered body, 18 x 17 x 9cm, 330g (10.6 t oz).

Lot No:  49 (Silver)

A cased set of six late Victorian sterling silver teaspoons, William Devenport, Birmingham 1898, having gilt bowls, together with a cased Victorian sterling silver apostle spoon, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1894, 17cm long, 80g (2.57 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  50 (Silver)

A collection of four silver items, including a sterling silver figure of an owl, Country Artists, Birmingham 1996 (filled) (H: 8 cm W: 3 cm D: 3 cm), a sterling silver photograph frame, Carr's, Sheffield 2001 (H: 15 cm W: 11.5 cm D: 2 cm), a sterling silver cherub letter clip, Asprey & Co, Birmingham 1994 (H: 6 cm W: 3.5 cm D: 2.5 cm) and a Continental  read more 

Lot No:  51 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver twin handled sugar bowl, (maker's mark rubbed) London 1909, raised on four paw supports, 8 x 14 x 10.5cm, 150g (4.82 t oz).

Lot No:  52 (Silver)

A late 18th / early 19th century silver mounted coconut bowl (marks completely rubbed), bearing an oval plaque engraved with a snake intertwined with a cross, raised on shell and hoof supports, previously owned by the Rev George Cardew, Lis, Hampshire, 10 x 11 x 11cm.

Lot No:  53 (Silver)

An Art Deco sterling silver bowl, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1930, of octagonal form, with twin pierced handles, and a blue glass liner, 7.5 x 15 x 10cm, the silver 150g (4.82 t oz).

Lot No:  54 (Silver)

A large contemporary sterling silver mounted crystal decanter, W I Broadway & Co, Birmingham 2003, 32 x 14 x 14cm.

Lot No:  55 (Silver)

A contemporary sterling silver sugar scuttle, Reid & Sons Ltd. Birmingham 1971, of typical form, the body quite plain, the base and handles with Celtic border, 12 cm high.13 cm long, 160 g (5.1 t oz).

Lot No:  56 (Silver)

A collection of silver and silver plated items, including a dressing table jar with a sterling silver lid, William Aitken, Birmingham 1919, a perfume bottle with a silver collar, Henry Perkins & Sons, London 1921, a pair of Old Sheffield Plate wine coasters, a Walker & Hall Art Deco silver plated dish and other items.

Lot No:  57 (Silver)

A cased sterling silver Christening set, Adie Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1948, comprising an egg cup, spoon, and napkin ring, together with a cased sterling silver teaspoon, H Hunt, Sheffield 1939, bearing a rose gold horse with rider, the interior of the case with inscription 'Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross', 75g (2.41 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  58 (Silver)

An early 20th century German 800 standard silver bowl, Wilhelm Binder, decorated with olive leaves, having twin handles, and monogrammed. H: 5.5 cm W: 32 cm D: 21 cm, 245g (7.87 t oz).

Lot No:  59 (Silver)

A sterling silver sugar caster, James Woods & Sons, Birmingham 1925, 18cm high, together with a sterling silver and crystal sugar caster, Hukin & Heath Ltd, Birmingham 1927, 17cm high, the silver 160g (5.14 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  60 (Silver)

An Austrian 800 standard solid silver oval dish, marked 'V.N', engraved with a monogram, H: 22 cm W: 28 cm, 300g (9.64 t oz).

Lot No:  61 (Silver)

A cased set of four late Victorian Art Nouveau sterling silver buttons, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1900, 2.5cm diameter, 10g (0.32 t oz) gross, together with an imported crocodile leather and sterling silver mounted purse, maker's mark L.K, possibly Ludwig Krumm, Birmingham, 1903, with a silver 'W' (part missing), 10 x 7.5cm.

Lot No:  62 (Silver)

A cased pair of Edwardian sterling silver salts, Fattorini & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1905, of oval form, having scrolling twin handles, decorated with flowers and masks, with pierced detail and gilded interiors, 7.5 x 12 x 5.5cm, 170g (5.46 t oz) gross, the box with matching retailer mark to the salts.

Lot No:  63 (Silver)

A collection of various Continental silver items, including a pair of Austrian 800 standard solid silver serving tongs, an Austrian 800 standard octagonal dish, an Austrian silver lid, an Italian 800 standard silver shell form caddy spoon, a pair of German 935 standard silver salts with clear glass liners, and an Art Nouveau silver plated napkin ring,  read more 

Lot No:  64 (Silver)

A cased Danish sterling silver fork and spoon, A Michelsen of Copenhagen, having enamelled flowers to the handle and gilded bowls, stamped to the back 'Jul 56', 16cm long, 95g (3.05 t oz) gross, the box marked 'A.F. Rasmussens Sonner'.

Lot No:  65 (Silver)

A collection of silver plated items including an oak and silver plated oval tray with twin handles (H: 10.5 cm W: 58 m D: 36 cm). Two silver plated wine coasters (H: 8.5 cm W: 19 cm D: 14 cm & H: 5 cm W: 19 cm D: 19 cm). Two silver plated chamber sticks (H: 10 cm W: 11 cm D: 11 cm & H: 5 cm W: 9 cm D: 7 cm), an oak and silver plated box with lid (H:  read more 

Lot No:  66 (Silver)

An Edwardian silver cased desk timepiece, William Comyns, London 1905, the 50 mm white enamel dial with Roman numerals, the movement with platform lever escapement, the case quite plain with scroll handle and bun feet. 9 cm high. 6 cm wide.

Lot No:  67 (Silver)

A large Edwardian sterling silver framed dressing table mirror, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1904, having a bevelled plate, the frame decorated with irises, monogrammed 'PM' to the cartouche, with mustard velour backing and easel stand, 61 x 40cm.

Lot No:  68 (Silver)

A cased pair of sterling silver table spoons, Josiah Williams & Co (George Maudsley Jackson & David Landsborough Fullerton), London 1911, having gilded bowls, 18.5cm, 80g (2.57 t oz) gross, retailed at Harrods, the box bearing Harrods mark.

Lot No:  69 (Silver)

A sterling silver part dressing table set, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1938, comprising three jars, a hand mirror, a clothes brush and a compact, all with applied gold 'PM' monogram, with engine turned decoration, the compact engraved 'Patricia from Robert 7.9.38', parcel gilt to the exterior, and gilt to the interior, the glass jars cut  read more 

Lot No:  70 (Silver)

A cased Danish gilded sterling silver fork and spoon, Sorenco Denmark, each having enamelled heart detail to the handles, dated 1969 to the verso, 16.5cm long, 90g (2.89 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  71 (Silver)

A planished silver plated serving tray, having horns as handles (one horn missing the cap), 7 x 59 x 34cm.

Lot No:  72 (Silver)

A Victorian sterling silver and cut glass gentleman's travelling inkwell, Thomas Johnson I, London 1869, of rounded oblong form, the silver mounts engraved with a family crest amongst bright cut diaper-work, with a screw thumb piece, 7.5 cm long.

Lot No:  73 (Silver)

A large Old Sheffield silver plated candlestick, with gadrooned decoration, 44 x 19 x 19cm.

Lot No:  74 (Silver)

A cased sterling silver butter dish and matching knife, William Devenport, Birmingham 1904, of shell form, having frosted glass liner (two chips), on three ball feet, 3 x 11.5 x 13cm, 60g (1.92 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  75 (Silver)

A silver plated Neoclassical style coffee pot,with engraved detail, 20 x 29 x 11cm, together with a silver plated tea and coffee pot (handle on coffee pot damaged), 15 x 27 x 12cm and 21 x 24.5 x 10cm.

Lot No:  76 (Silver)

A fine late Victorian sterling silver mounted claret jug, Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1891, the bulbous glass body with frosted glass linear decoration, and a crossover handle, 29 cm high.

Lot No:  77 (Silver)

A sterling silver Christening set, William Adams Ltd, Birmingham 1963, consisting of an egg cup, a spoon and a napkin ring, in fitted box, 50g (1.6t oz) gross.

Lot No:  78 (Silver)

A cased set of six sterling silver gilt and enamelled coffee spoons, Turner & Simpson Ltd, Birmingham 1955, the enamel a duck egg blue colour, 7.5cm long, 25g (0.8 t oz) gross, in a Harrods box.

Lot No:  79 (Silver)

A boxed Art Deco sterling silver vanity set, Samuel M Levi, Birmingham 1931, consisting of two brushes, a comb and a circular mirror with stand (stand not attached), the brushes with intricate engine turned detail, the box 8 x 16 x 17cm.

Lot No:  80 (Silver)

An Art Deco two handled sterling silver bowl, William Hutton, Birmingham 1926, on a tuck in stepped base, the body with continuous two line girdle, otherwise quite plain, twin angular handles, 9 x 19cm, 256g (8.5 t oz).

Lot No:  81 (Silver)

A cased set of six Oman sterling silver bangle design napkin rings, stamped 'OMAN 925', 2.5 x 5.5 x 5.5cm, 188g (6.05t oz) gross.

Lot No:  82 (Silver)

A cased set of six silver plated and enamelled coffee spoons, having bakelite coffee beans to the handle, with shell design to the bowls and different coloured enamels, marked ENGLAND, 9.5cm long, in a Walker & Hall box.

Lot No:  83 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver bonbon dish, Mappin Brothers, Sheffield 1895, of lobed 'boat' design, having pierced and chased sides, 5 x 18.5 x 9cm, 112g (3.6 t oz).

Lot No:  84 (Silver)

A rare George IV sterling silver spice tower, Benjamin Smith, London, 1833. In the form of an obelisk with "brick" finish. The upper part detaching to reveal a silver gilt scoop. Fully marked throughout. Loaded.11 cm high.

Lot No:  85 (Silver)

A pair of cased sterling silver Neoclassical style pepperettes, RR, Birmingham 1901, of urn design, 7.5 x 3.5 x 3.5cm, 57g (1.85 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  86 (Silver)

An unusual Victorian decanter in the form of a hip flask. Frederic Purnell. London 1888. 18.5 x 10 x 4.5cm.

Lot No:  87 (Silver)

An ornate pair of late Victorian sterling silver table candlesticks, William Comyns, London 1900, profusely chased with a shepherd and his sheep amongst scrolling foliage on a stippled ground, 17 cm high. (loaded)

Lot No:  88 (Silver)

A cased set of six sterling silver gilt and enamelled cocktail sticks, having rooster finials, stamped 'STERLING SILVER', 8.5cm long, 10g (0.32 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  89 (Silver)

A Chelmsford College of Further Education two-branch silver candelabrum with textured finish, London, 1978. H: 14 x 15 x 12cm, 240 g (7.71 t oz).

Lot No:  90 (Silver)

A late 19th / early 20th century Chinese hallmarked silver bowl, bearing the mark of Zee Wo of 370 Honan Road, Shanghai, who was active circa 1870 until circa 1930, decorated with a vine detail to the outside of the rim, engraved with Chinese characters believed to read 'Donated by Mr. Shide Xia' and mentioning 'Roger Chastel', the inscription is believed  read more 

Lot No:  91 (Silver)

A Danish sterling silver vase, Christian F Heise, in Art Deco style, the slender inverted baluster body quite plain, raised on stepped base and with twin scroll handles, the base stamped Heise 925 Sterling No. 278, 22.5 cm high, 740 g (23.7 t oz).

Lot No:  92 (Silver)

A late Victorian novelty silver toast-rack, of wire-work construction, spelling the word 'toast', Birmingham 1894 (maker's mark rubbed) 10.5 x 11 x 5cm. Weight: 155 g (4.98 t oz).

Lot No:  93 (Silver)

A cased set of four Victorian sterling silver salts, Charles Boyton (II), Birmingham 1886, of oval form, half gadrooned, with traces of gilding to the interiors, 4 x 8 x 4.5cm, 100g (3.21 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  94 (Silver)

An Art Deco sterling silver mug, Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1936, the body and foot decorated with concentric bands, having an angular handle, 13.5 cm high, 200 g (6.4 t oz).

Lot No:  95 (Silver)

A Victorian sterling silver combination, cigarette / vesta case of rectangular form with gilt interior, William Summers, London 1881, 9.4 x 6 cm, 130 g (4.17 t oz).

Lot No:  96 (Silver)

A sterling silver tazza of Indian interest, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1919, having a pierced gallery, engraved to the base 'Presented to H. E. Holmes Esq by the Staff of the Bank of Madras, Coimbatore.', 10 x 14.5 x 14.5cm, filled, 225g (7.23 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  97 (Silver)

A Victorian sterling silver vinaigrette, George Unite, Birmingham 1876, having an undulating edge, engraved with floral designs, and the name 'Marie', gilded to the interior, with a pierced and engraved grille, containing a sponge, 3.5 x 2.5 x 1cm, 15g (0.48 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  98 (Silver)

A cased set of four 99.9% standard pure silver commemorative crown coins, commemorating the 60th anniversary of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, featuring interpretations of the four major coinage portraits of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, all dated 2013, with certificate, in original box, 45g (1.44 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  99 (Silver)

A cased set of four 99.9% standard pure silver commemorative crown coins, commemorating the 60th anniversary of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, featuring interpretations of the four major coinage portraits of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, all dated 2013, with certificate, in original box, 45g (1.44 t oz) gross.

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