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THE AUTUMN SALE - Beatles Autographs, Leica Cameras, Pokémon TCG Base Set 2 Booster Packs, Rare personal photographs of Sean Connery, Sammy Davis Jnr., Tom Jones with his Dresser, Art, Oriental Art and ceramics, Silver, Jewellery, Furniture and more besides. IMAGES BEING ADDED
Filtering Category: Silver & Silver Plate
Lot 321Silver three piece cruet of baluster form, comprising a mustard pot with hinged cover, on three pad feet, salt cellar and pepper pot, by Garrard & Co. Ltd. Sheffield 1967, salt spoon, Edwardian cream jug, by J H Heath, Birmingham 1908, 338.8 grs and a plated jug by Mappin & Webb Ltd. (6).
Lot 329Victorian silver drum shaped mustard pot with pierced decoration, scroll handle hinged cover with monogram and blue glass liner, by Thomas Smily, London 1861, H 7cm, pierced cylindrical pepper pot
with blue glass liner, by Henry Hobson & Sons, Birmingham 1897, 140grs, and an Edwardian glass toddy jug on a star cut base with a silver mounted hinge cover, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1904,
H 11.4cm (3).
Lot 339Pair of George III silver bright-cut sugar tongs, by John Robertson, Newcastle, 5 Georgian bright-cut teaspoons, caddy spoon, London 1837, pair of salt spoons, London 1838, Victorian butter knife,
London 1883, later butter knife, 6 seal top coffee spoons, 11 other
spoons, pair of continental serving spoons by M Hammer (830), 6
silver handled tea knives and a Victorian carving knife, 449grs of
Lot 344Set of four George III silver Old English pattern teaspoons, initialled “A.S.”, by Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1797, bright-cut spoon, probably by Richard Ferris, Exeter, card cased initialled “R J G ” with cards for Major R J Gresty, by Jay, Richard Attenborough Co, Chester 1915, coronet place card holder, by J.W.B, Birmingham 1905, three napkin rings, pair of Norwegian enamel and gilt circular salts with spoons, napkin ring stamped 830S, six bean handled coffee spoons, cased, six Japanese fancy spoons, cased, six plated Art Deco knives, cased and a salt spoon, 311grs (a lot).
Lot 345Military interest – set of four Victorian silver King’s pattern tablespoons and a pair of table forks, each engraved with the 1st Battalion The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiments (16th Foot) crest, by George W Adams, London 1870, cased, 590grs [Following army reorganisation in 1958, Mess silver was sold to officers. With literature].
Lot 347Three piece silver dressing table set with embossed scrolling floral, bird and mask decoration comprising mirror, hair and clothes brush, by Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1994, Victorian tortoiseshell card case, fan, H 10.2cm, agate seal with floral motif, pair of ivory glove stretches, pair of miniature ivory elephants and a 1921 florin (10).
Lot 349Pair of Edwardian shaped oval sweetmeat dishes with floral and scroll embossed and pierced decoration, by William Hutton & Sons, Birmingham 1906 & 1909, W 13.4cm, two circular sweetmeat dishes, set of six silver bladed tea knives, by GGR Sutherland & Roden (George Guirren Rhoden), Sheffield 1918, cased, and a pair of silver claw end sugar tongs, 141grs of weighable silver (12).
Lot 350William IV silver shaped serpentine rectangular inkstand with a scallop and foliate rim, central circular box with associated taperstick cover with snuffer flanked by two glass wells, with engraved crest, on four scallop feet, by Robinson, Edkins & Aston, Birmingham 1837, retailed by S Smith & Son, 35 King St, Covent Garden, (London), W 29cm, 705grs of silver.
Lot 358A George V silver sauce boat with wavy rim, scroll handle on three shell capped feet, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1913 an Edwardian silver twin handle dish on a pedestal base, by the same maker, Chester 1905, together with a plated wine funnel, weighable silver 301.3 grams.
Lot 359A William IV Irish silver mustard spoon, bearing crest, Dublin 1832, a George III silver salt spoon, - unmarked except for makers mark PC, A pair of late George III silver sugar nips, with bright cut decoration, no date letter mark, Newcastle, an Edwardian silver presentation spoon, with pierced and engraved decoration, initialled, London 1901, a set of six red bean end coffee spoons, Sheffield 1905 and a set of twelve silver tea spoons, circa 1905/06, 251.6 grams.
Lot 365An Edwardian silver salt, pierced with art nouveau tendrils, green tinted glass liner on four feet, makers mark restruck, Birmingham 1902, 26 grams, together with an 800 standard german silver oval dish, with pieced rim in the art nouveau manner and an Elkington silver plated pedestal dish with pierced borders on a circular foot (3).