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Antique, Vintage and Modern Silver and Silver Plate

Sunday, 16th September

Lot No:  100 (Silver)

A George IV sterling silver vinaigrette, John Thropp, Birmingham 1824, engraved, and monogrammed 'EP', gilded to the interior, the grille holding a sponge, 3 x 2 x 1cm, 10g (0.32 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  101 (Silver)

Three sterling silver and cut glass items, including a powder jar with a sterling silver lid, Henry Perkins & Sons, Birmingham 1927, 9.5 x 10 x 10cm, an Edwardian bowl with a sterling silver flared rim, George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1903, 8.5 x 11.5 x 11.5cm, and an Edwardian sterling silver rimmed bowl, William Aitken, Birmingham 1903, 8 x  read more 

Lot No:  102 (Silver)

A part canteen of Queens pattern sterling silver flatware, Harrison Fisher & Co, Sheffield 1914, to seat twelve, monogrammed 'LS', consisting twelve main forks, nine starter forks, twelve dessert spoons, eight larger spoons, with a silver tea spoon by a different maker, together with nine silver plated fish forks and six silver plated fish knives, contained  read more 

Lot No:  103 (Silver)

A pair of sterling silver bud vases, Walker & Hall, Sheffield, circa 1920's (marks rubbed), having pierced rims and tapering stems, filled, 15.5 x 7 x 7cm, together with a pair of late Victorian sterling silver bud vases, Marples & Co, Birmingham 1901, filled, 10.5 x 5 x 5cm, 410g (13.18 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  104 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver box, William Comyns & Sons, London 1901, having a repoussage and pierced Classical scene to the lid, inscribed to the underside 'Fiona Raymonde 14th April 1956', 3 x 7 x 5.5cm, together with a sterling silver dressing table set, E S Barnsley & Co (Edward Souter Barnsley), Birmingham 1914, engraved with Adams style decoration  read more 

Lot No:  105 (Silver)

A set of four mid 20th century American Gorham sterling silver liqueur goblets, in original presentation box, 77g (2.48 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  106 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver mounted cut glass biscuit barrel, Hukin and Heath, London 1897, of hexagonal form, the silver mounts quite plain, 13 x 15.5 x 15.5cm.

Lot No:  107 (Silver)

An hourglass decanter with a sterling silver collar, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1919 (crack to the glass and wrong stopper), 27 x 9.5 x 9.5cm, together with an Edwardian wall mounting sterling silver spill vase, T H Hazlewood & Co, Birmingham 1910, 14.5 x 5 x 4cm, the vase weighs 50g (1.6 t oz).

Lot No:  108 (Silver)

An ornate late 19th century German sterling silver centrepiece, bearing import marks, John George Smith, London 1899, with Hanau pseudo hallmarks, in the form of two cornucopia centred by a Cherub playing a lute, raised on scroll feet, 19.5 x 27 x 7cm, 575g (18.4 t oz).

Lot No:  109 (Silver)

A pair late 19th / early 20th century American sterling silver vases, Barbour Silver Co, Hartford Conneticut, of conical form, with gilt interior, decorated with bright cut engraved scrolling acanthus leaves to the sides and the base, 15 x 6 x 6cm, 140g (4.51t oz) gross.

Lot No:  110 (Silver)

A sterling silver mounted Art Deco glass jug, A R Mowbray & Co Ltd, London 1931, the silver mounts with wavy bands otherwise quite plain, having a long scroll handle and spreading base (loaded). 22 cm high.

Lot No:  111 (Silver)

A cased set of four late Victorian sterling silver salts and matching spoons, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1900, of oval form with twin handles, 7 x 11.5 x 5.5cm, 235g (7.55 t oz) gross, the box marked Garrard & Co Ltd.

Lot No:  112 (Silver)

A Continental white metal coffee pot, engine turned, having floral finial, scrolling handle, spout and base, engraved 'From Aldershot Rep Corp 17.9.49' (dented), 22 x 18 x 12cm, 420g (13.5 t oz) gross, together with a sterling silver photograph frame, W J Myatt & Co, Birmingham 1920, 18.5 x 11.5cm, another sterling silver photograph frame, Carr's of  read more 

Lot No:  113 (Silver)

A cased pair of sterling silver preserve spoons, Lee & Wigfull (Henry Wigfull), Sheffield 1901, 12cm long, together with a pair of sterling silver ice cream spoons, Viner's Ltd (Emile Viner), Sheffield 1933, 14cm long, and a sterling silver jam spoon with butter knife, Francis Howard Ltd, Edinburgh 1961, having pierced thistle design to the handles,  read more 

Lot No:  114 (Silver)

A good George V sterling silver and enamel patch box, Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1924, the hinged cover decorated with an enamelled landscape depicting a cottage alongside a country lane, bearing a mirror to the interior, 4 cm diameter, 30g (0.96 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  115 (Silver)

A cased pair of sterling silver napkin rings, Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1964, having engine turned decoration, together with a cased silver napkin ring, Birmingham 1915 (maker's mark indistinct), having pierced detail, and two matching sterling silver napkin rings in two cases, Harman Brothers, Birmingham 1988, 115g (3.69 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  116 (Silver)

A French 800 standard silver and polychrome enamel egg, bearing an image of a lady in 18th century dress within a landscape, 5 cm long, 20g (0.64 t oz).

Lot No:  117 (Silver)

A pair of George IV sterling silver ladles, Thomas Austin, London 1820, fiddle pattern, monogrammed 'AW', 17cm long, together with a similar Edwardian example, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1905, fiddle pattern, monogrammed 'Y', 17cm long, 195g (6.26 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  118 (Silver)

A Modernist sterling silver goblet, Peter Charles Maxwell Alwyn, London 1983, the plain body supported by a man with three arms and legs, with a textured finish, 17.5 cm high, 220 g (7.7 t oz).

Lot No:  119 (Silver)

A sterling silver handled grapefruit knife, Harrison Brothers, Sheffield 1970, having a curved and serrated stainless steel blade, together with two Victorian sterling silver sugar sifters by William Devenport, Birmingham 1895 and 1897, another sterling silver sugar sifter, Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield 1928, and a sterling silver cheese knife,  read more 

Lot No:  120 (Silver)

A George V sterling silver miniature jug in the form of Mr Punch, import sponsor mark HF, Chester 1911, 9.5 cm high. 80 g (2.57 t oz).

Lot No:  121 (Silver)

A sterling silver butter dish and knife, the dish Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1917, the two handles decorated with wreaths, the edge with pierced detail, 4 x 12.5 x 10.5cm, the knife by a different maker, together with a pair of cased Peruvian sterling silver condiment dishes, marked 'Sterling 925 Camosso Made In Peru', 10.5 x 5cm, the silver 125g  read more 

Lot No:  122 (Silver)

A Late Victorian sterling silver tobacco box, A & J Zimmerman Ltd (Arthur & John Zimmerman), Birmingham 1896, quite plain with gilt interior, 7 cm in diameter, 90 g (2.89 t oz).

Lot No:  123 (Silver)

A pair of American sterling silver wine coasters, Gorham, 20th century, embossed with scrolling designs, with turned satinwood bases, 4.5 x 18 x 18cm, 555g (17.84 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  124 (Silver)

A Pair of George III sterling silver grape scissors, Robert Gainsford, Sheffield circa 1810. With steel blades. The silver handles decorated with grape laden vines and bound reeded decoration. 17.5 cm long.

Lot No:  125 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver cigarette box, maker's mark rubbed, Birmingham 1905, having a vacant cartouche, and a planished finish, 6 x 18 x 9.5cm.

Lot No:  126 (Silver)

A Scottish George V horn and silver mounted napkin ring, William Dunningham & Co, Edinburgh 1929, 3 x 4.5 x 4.5cm.

Lot No:  127 (Silver)

A collection of sterling silver items including a late Victorian cylindrical perfume bottle, G E Walton & Co Ltd (George Edwin Walton), Birmingham 1901, 7cm high, a perfume bottle with a silver gilt and guilloche enamel lid (maker's mark rubbed), London 1934, with Jubilee mark, 9.5 x 6 x 3.5cm, a late Victorian green glass perfume bottle with a silver  read more 

Lot No:  128 (Silver)

A cased pair of cast sterling silver grape scissors, Israel Freeman & Son Ltd. Sheffield 1959, cast with foxes running amongst grape laden vines, the blades with a serrated cutting edge, 16 cm long, 120 g (3.85 t oz).

Lot No:  129 (Silver)

A pair of George III sterling silver Neoclassical salts, William Abdy I, London 1790, of Navette shape, with blue glass liners, bright cut engraved and pierced sides, raised on four supports, 5.5 x 9 x 5.5cm, the silver 75g (2.41 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  130 (Silver)

An American sterling silver whisky tot by Towle, in the form of a large thimble and engraved 'Just a thimbleful', with stippled decoration, the base engraved 'Towle. Sterling. 82', 5.5 cm high, 25 g (0.8 t oz), Towle were founded in 1690 in Massachusetts.

Lot No:  131 (Silver)

A sterling silver sauce boat, Lowe & Son, Chester 1939, stamped 'Lowe Chester' to the base, 10.5 x 14 x 8.5cm, 185g (5.94 t oz).

Lot No:  132 (Silver)

An Australian sterling silver paper opener in the form of a boomerang, stamped 'Prouds, Sterling Silver', initialed 'D K', 13 cm wide, 25 g (0.8 t oz).

Lot No:  133 (Silver)

A George V sterling silver caddy spoon, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1926, in the Georgian style, with shell shaped bowl and bright cut engraved, 6.5 cm long, 15g (0.48 t oz).

Lot No:  134 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver bachelors teapot and sugar bowl, together with a similar creamer, the tea pot and sugar bowl James Deakin & Sons (John & William F Deakin), Sheffield 1896, the creamer, Mappin & Webb 1900, all with half gadrooned decoration, 605g (19.45 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  135 (Silver)

A silver coloured metal cast figure of a prospector, possibly Dutch, late 19th century, apparently unmarked, 8 cm high, 114.5 g (3.68 t oz).

Lot No:  136 (Silver)

A sterling silver epergne, Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham 1912, of two tiers, having pierced sides and base, 33.5 x 22 x 22cm, 730g (23.47 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  137 (Silver)

A late Victorian matching sterling silver hand mirror and hair brush, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1901, having repoussage decoration depicting putti, and scrolling detail, the mirror 26 x 10.5cm, together with a sterling silver backed comb, W I Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1975, and a silver plated and cut glass hat pin jar.

Lot No:  138 (Silver)

A set of Six Victorian sterling silver beakers, Horace Woodward & Co, Birmingham 1871, having bright cut engraved floral swags and gilt interior, 9 x 6 x 6cm, 500g (16.07 t oz) gross, contained in a later presentation case,

Lot No:  139 (Silver)

A cased set of six sterling silver teaspoons, Clifford Brothers, Sheffield 1946, 11cm long, 75g (2.41 t oz) gross, together with a cased set of six sterling silver dessert forks, J Sherwood & Sons, 1933, bearing import marks, 15.5cm long.

Lot No:  140 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver twin handled cup and cover, Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1906, the finial formed of acanthus leaves, with further acanthus leaf and gadrooned detail below to the lid and the body, the handles of scrolling form, 23 x 29 x 16cm, 1310g (42.11 t oz).

Lot No:  141 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

An Indo-Persian cast metal vase with inscription 'Presented To Maj D V Pilley, By RHQ/AAT QG Signals 1981, 23.5 x 11.5cm.

Lot No:  142 (Silver)

A late Victorian green glass decanter with a sterling silver collar, Hukin & Heath (John Thomas Heath & John Hartshorne Middleton), Birmingham 1899, the collar with triple spout, the bottle of hourglass type form, with lobed stopper and body, 27 x 13 x 13cm.

Lot No:  143 (Silver)

A novelty silver plated watering can, with detachable spout, 20.5 x 27 x 13cm.

Lot No:  144 (Silver)

A cased pair of sterling silver pickle forks, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1948, 18.5cm long, 75g (2.41 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  145 (Silver)

A sterling silver wine coaster, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1925, of simple form with girdle design, twin handles, and a turned wood base, 560g (18 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  146 (Silver)

A pair of Australian Art Deco sterling silver scent bottles, marked 'STERLING 935 AS', with a mark depicting a bird, 11 x 6 x 4.5cm, containing glass liners with stoppers, 570g (18.32 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  147 (Silver)

A cased set of six sterling silver demitasse spoons, W H Haseler Ltd, Birmingham 1923, 9cm long, 40g (1.28 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  148 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver jug, Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London 1904, of simple form, stamped 'Wilson & Sharp, Edinburgh' to the underside, 20 x 13.5 x 8cm, 385g (12.37 t oz).

Lot No:  149 (Silver)

An unusual contemporary novelty silver plated decanter and glasses, the decanter in the form of an exotic bird, having orange glass eyes and a glass body, with eight shot glasses, contained within a bird cage, 45 x 28 x 28cm.

Lot No:  150 (Silver)

A cased sterling silver Yard-O-Led propelling pencil, Johnson, Matthey & Co, London 1959, engine turned, engraved 'A.R.A', 12.5cm long, together with a Royal Academy of Music medal, engraved 'Kathleen Baker, Sight Singing & Reading 1917', in a John Pinches box, and a contemporary sterling silver bookmark, Harrison Brothers & Howson Ltd, Birmingham 1996,  read more 

Lot No:  151 (Silver)

'The Cube', three piece silver plated tea set, by Cube Teapots Ltd Leicester, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl, etched with foliate swag detail, the tea pot 11 x 10 x 10cm.

Lot No:  152 (Silver)

A pair of silver plated candlesticks, early Georgian in style, on octagonal bases, 12 x 9 x 9cm, together with a similar candelabrum with four branches, 25 x 27 x 27cm.

Lot No:  153 (Silver)

A Continental sterling silver framed mantel clock, having a quartz movement, the dial having Roman numerals and marked Valenti, 16 x 19 x 7cm, together with another sterling silver clock, this example by Carr's of Sheffield Ltd, Sheffield 1995, having Roman Numerals, marked Carr's, decorated with bows and swags to the frame, 9 x 6 x 1.5cm.

Lot No:  154 (Silver)

An early Victorian sterling silver inkstand, Charles Thomas Fox & George Fox, London 1856, having two inkwells and a taperstick, the taperstick in the form of a putto, the three central boxes having pierced floral designs, and containing clear glass liners, the base of the inkstand engraved with birds and flowers, 13 x 29 x 17.5cm, the silver 770g  read more 

Lot No:  155 (Silver)

A pair of silver plated decanter labels, 'Cherry Brandy' and 'Curacao', with cast vine detail, one on a chain, 5 x 4.5 x 1cm.

Lot No:  156 (Silver)

A pair of large contemporary cast silver plated candelabra, ornately decorated in the Rococo style, to fit five candles, with four scrolling branches, 49 x 39 x 39cm.

Lot No:  157 (Silver)

A contemporary novelty green glass owl claret jug, having silver plated mounts, amber glass eyes, and gilded to the interior of the lid, with a clear glass handle, 27 x 11 x 14cm.

Lot No:  158 (Silver)

A three piece silver plated tea set, together with a Cavalier Plate silver plated tray with a pie crust edge, and a pair of fiddle pattern silver plated sugar tongs.

Lot No:  159 (Silver)

A contemporary Russian style silver plated vodka set, consisting a cooler and six shot glasses, having cast bear mounts, the glasses engraved with a bear (one glass missing the silver plated mount), the cooler 15 x 20 x 20cm) (6)

Lot No:  160 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver brandy warmer, Hukin & Heath (John Thomas Heath & John Hartshorne Middleton), Birmingham 1904, comprising stand raised on three supports, jug with ebony handle, and spirit burner, all with matching hallmarks, 9.5 x 12 x 7cm, 100g (3.21 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  161 (Silver)

A set of ten silver plated hip flasks, individually numbered from 1-10, each 9 x 6.5 x 2.5cm, contained in a fitted mahogany box lined with blue velour, 12.5 x 35.5 x 11.5cm.

Lot No:  162 (Silver)

A Victorian silver plated tea pot, engraved with scrolling acanthus leaves, 13 x 25.5 x 15cm, together with another silver plated tea pot on scrolling feet, 18 x 22 x 13cm.

Lot No:  163 (Silver)

A pair of sterling silver mustard pots, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1937, with blue glass liners (one matching, one slightly smaller), gadrooned border, and each raised on three lion mask and paw supports, 5.5 x 11 x 7.5cm, the silver 325g (10.44 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  164 (Silver)

A contemporary silver plated polar bear cocktail shaker, 27 x 11 x 12cm.

Lot No:  165 (Silver)

A pair of late Victorian sterling silver sauce boats, Martin, Hall & Co (Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall), Sheffield 1895 and 1896, the scrolling handles set with an acanthus leaf, the sauce boats raised on three supports, 13 x 19 x 10cm, 570g (18.32 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  166 (Silver)

An oval silver plated tray, the twin handles decorated with vines, having a pierced gallery and acanthus leaf detail, 4.5 x 55 x 30.5cm.

Lot No:  167 (Silver)

A pair of sterling silver salts, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1937, with blue glass liners, gadrooned border, and each raised on three lion mask and paw supports, 4.5 x 7.5 x 7.5cm, the silver 210g (6.75 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  168 (Silver)

A sterling silver hot water jug, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1924, with ebony finial and handle, half gadrooned, with engraved inscription 'E.G.J.H & M.F.H. June 12th 1902-1927 From Mother', bearing retailer's mark 'Rowell Oxford' to the underside of the foot, 24 x 16 x 10cm, 510g (16.39 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  169 (Silver)

A sterling silver pot pourri dish, Hardy Brothers, Birmingham 1911, having a pierced lid, and raised on three Art Nouveau inspired supports, 9 x 8 x 8cm, 75g (2.41 t oz).

Lot No:  170 (Silver)

A cased contemporary sterling silver dice shaker and two dice, Harrison Brothers & Howson Ltd, Sheffield 2003, the shaker 3.5 x 3.5 x 3.5cm, the dice and shaker 35g (1.12 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  171 (Silver)

A large silver plated caviar set, having two ornate handles, holding four glasses, the four lids adorned with sturgeon, 14 x 53cm.

Lot No:  172 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver heart shaped box, Oetzmann & Co, Birmingham 1900, the lid and sides embossed with scrolling leaves in the typical manner, 3 x 5 x 5cm, 30g (0.96 t oz).

Lot No:  173 (Silver)

A Victorian sterling silver mustard, F B Thomas & Co (Francis Boone Thomas), London 1874, having shell thumb piece, the lid engraved with a depiction of a bird, the pot with beaded borders, and blue glass liner, 7 x 10 x 7cm, together with a Victorian sterling silver mustard spoon from the same date by Chawner & Co (George William Adams), the silver  read more 

Lot No:  174 (Silver)

A Hukin & Heath silver plated bachelor's coffee pot, with half gadrooned detail, together with a similar silver plated cream jug and sugar bowl, and a pair of silver plated sugar tongs

Lot No:  175 (Silver)

A sterling silver inkstand, Mappin & Webb, London 1917, having two matching cut glass inkwells, the stand of plain form with two recesses for pens, and raised on ball feet, 13 x 31.5 x 24cm, the stand weighs 770g (24.75 t oz).

Lot No:  176 (Silver)

A large contemporary sterling silver mounted crystal decanter, W I Broadway & Co, Birmingham 2005, 32 x 14 x 14cm.

Lot No:  177 (Silver)

A sterling silver cigarette box, A E Poston & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1935, bearing jubilee mark, engine turned, (weighted), 6 x 18 x 9cm, 580g (18.64 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  178 (Silver)

A silver plated double wine coaster in the form of a cart, adorned with cherubs, 14 x 18 x 55cm.

Lot No:  179 (Silver)

A sterling silver cross on a step down base, H F & Co Ltd, London 1957, 15 x 6 x 6cm, 150g (4.82 t oz).

Lot No:  180 (Silver)

A pair of horn cornucopia, with silver plated mount and stand, 32 x 48 x 14cm.

Lot No:  181 (Silver)

A pair of early 20th century Chinese silver hair brushes, bearing retailer mark for Wang Hing of Hong Kong circa 1854 - 1930, decorated with embossed dragons to the back, 25cm long, together with a late Victorian sterling silver hand mirror, Harry Hayes, Birmingham 1899, ornately decorated with embossed detail, and a similar late Victorian sterling  read more 

Lot No:  182 (Silver)

A sterling silver paperweight, Gerald Benney, London 1964, of cuboid form with textured finish to two sides, 1.5 x 10 x 1.5cm, 250g (8.03 t oz).

Lot No:  183 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver bowl, Levesley Brothers (Thomas Levesley), London 1899, gilded to the interior, 8.5 x 10.5 x 10.5cm, together with two Armada dishes, Theo Fennell, London 1997, 8.5cm diameter, and Royal Irish Silver Co, Sheffield 1973, 10cm in diameter, 260g (8.35 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  184 (Silver)

A sterling silver goblet, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1967, bright cut engraved to the exterior with a scrolling floral design, gilded to the interior, 18 x 8.5 x 8.5cm, 270g (8.68 t oz).

Lot No:  185 (Silver)

A three piece sterling silver cruet set, William Suckling Ltd, Birmingham 1938, having a silver plated spoon and a single blue glass liner, together with an Indian sterling silver cup, a contemporary sterling silver pill box mounted with a bee, Ari D Norman, London 1996, and a silver plated dish, the silver 160g (5.14 t oz) gross.


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