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Silver with Antiques

Saleroom 2
26 May 2017
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Lisa West, Ed Smith MA, Lesley Smith, Harry Plowman
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Lot No: 1
A James Deakin & Sons silver bud vase with pierced rim, faceted body with engine turned detail, weighted base, 16.5cm tall, Sheffield 1913
Lot No: 2
A Mappin and Webb silver comport pierced border on waisted flared column, stepped circular base, Sheffield 1922, 315g
Lot No: 3
A silver game marker case, Birmingham and a silver purse, Birmingham 1901 with water mark green silk interior, one marker missing (2)
Lot No: 4
A William Aitken small silver tankard with engraved decoration and presentation inscription, Birmingham 1911, 95g
Lot No: 5
A William Hutton and Sons Ltd silver twin handled stem vase, with ribbon and floral swag detail, base loaded, Birmingham 1911, 20cm tall
Lot No: 6
A William Skeen silver sauce boat, embossed floral decoration raised on three hoof feet scroll handle, London 1759, 117g
Lot No: 7
A Joseph Rodgers and Sons silver sauce boat on shell and hoof feet, Sheffield 1905, 114g
Lot No: 8
A Barker & Brothers Edwardian silver tea caddy in the Queen Anne style with fluted decoration, Chester 1909, 130g
Lot No: 9
A Barker Brothers silver cream jug, gadrooned edge on circular base Chester 1908, 85g
Lot No: 10
A Poston Products silver twin handled sugar bowl - Celtic revival style, dragon head handles, Sheffield 1967, 260g
Lot No: 11
A Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard I silver circular tea caddy, embossed borders, floral knop, bearing beehive crest, raised on four footed base, London 1828, 349g
Lot No: 12
A Walker & Hall silver topped perfume atomiser, Sheffield 1931, with silver plated perfume funnel (2)
Lot No: 13
An Asprey and Garrard Limited edition silver posy bowl, made to commemorate 100th year of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, 14/100, London 2000, 465g
Lot No: 14
A George Smith pair of silver tablespoons, London 1777, 113g
Lot No: 15
Five Joseph Rodgers & Sons silver dessert spoons, Sheffield 1902, monogrammed handles, 271g
Lot No: 16
Seven John Round & Son silver forks, Sheffield 1922, monogrammed handles, 464g
Lot No: 17
A Peter, Ann and William Bateman pair of silver tablespoons, London 1805, monogrammed handles, 144g
Lot No: 18
A pair of silver tablespoons by Stephen Adams, London 1783, monogrammed handles, 117g
Lot No: 19
A Josiah Williams silver three piece cruet comprising two salts and a mustard, Exeter 1857, 196g
Lot No: 20
A Canadian silver circular brooch
Lot No: 21
An African sterling bracelet depicting Giraffe, elephant, lion and figures, an embossed snuff box with hunting scene and silver pot
Lot No: 22
Six silver forks, various dates and makers, 315g
Lot No: 23
Three silver tablespoons, London 1793 & 1798, monogrammed handles, 174g
Lot No: 24
Three serving knives, all marked 800, 205g
Lot No: 25
A Henry John Lias and James Wakely set of six silver tea knives and forks, London 1881
Lot No: 26
A George II silver christening tankard with scrolled handle, later acanthus decoration and monogrammed cartouche, later presentation inscription to base, London 1728, 246g
Lot No: 27
A near pair of William Comyns bon-bon dishes with embossed and floral detail, twin cherub handles, 16cm long, London 1892, 154g
Lot No: 28
A pair of Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard I silver salts, melon fluted body, leaf detail border, gilt bowls, raised on three legs, London 1828, 269g
Lot No: 29
A Victorian silver jewellery casket with acanthus leaf detail, surmounted by later lion mask ring handle, two different sets of hallmarks, London 1887 & 1886, 317g, 14cm long
Lot No: 30
A pair of Robert Death silver salts, gilt bowls with embossed bodies raised on shell and hoof feet, London 1847, 204g