Hammer highlights from the Antique and Vintage Silver and Silver Plate 1 auction, which ended Sunday 30th January:

Lot 3

A Victorian silver claret jug having hinged lid, moulded decorative scroll handle and engraved foliate decoration to body and pedestal foot, London 1886, Charles Boyton, approx 574.5g couple of small dents to sides

Sold: £450

Lot 16

A small Edwardian silver study of a Boxer dog having pepperette/ vinaigrette holes to head, London 1902, approx 31g

Sold: £230

Lot 21

A Queen Anne Irish Britannia silver Tazza/paten of traditional circular form having reeded rim and engraved crest to centre, Dublin 1706, Thomas Bolton, approx 393.7g

Sold: £3,000

Lot 29

A Victorian silver hipflask of petite form having snake skin cover and bayonet lid, London 1897, Sampson Mordan & Co, approx 230g

Sold: £220

Lot 41

A Chinese silver Dragon bowl having Dragon Repousse decoration coiled round the bowl with pedestal foot, bearing Chinese marks, possibly Luen Wo Shanghai, with glass liner, approx 262g

Sold: £330

Lot 66

A 1930’s Chinese silver matchbox cover having Golf Club medal presentation inscription and a similar Chinese silver pin dish presented by Hung Jao Golf Club Shanghai 1938, bearing Chinese coin to centre, approx 94g, a white metal fork, Dannish souvenir spoon, Mitsubishi/Hiroshima silver teaspoon, white metal Flemish style sugar shovel and napkin ring

Sold: £310

Lot 85

A 20th Century oak tantalus having three cut glass square decanters with silver collars, Birmingham 1994, Mappin & Webb, Tantalus, Birmingham 1995, Hampton Utilities

Sold: £280