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No. of lots: 150

Hammer price: £65.00

A white metal table basket stamped 800 having pierced swag and floral decoration swing handle and clear glass liner (chips to liner)

Hammer price: £155.00

An Edwardian silver tankard of plain baluster form on circular pedestal foot with thumb rest loop handle and monogram to front, Birmingham 1902, maker SU, approx 253.5g

Hammer price: £60.00

An Edwardian silver sugar caster having cage style body with blue glass liner and floral swag decoration and a pierced push on lid, Birmingham 1905, marks worn, and another similar silver sugar caster of baluster form, Birmingham 1922, William Neale & Son, both AF

Hammer price: £290.00

A Georgian silver chalice having flared rim, floral scroll repousse decoration on a reeded column pedestal, London 1835, Joseph Angell I & John Angell I, approx 254g

Hammer price: £155.00

A large six slice toast rack of plain curved form, Sheffield 1922, Harrison Brothers & Howson, approx 322g

Hammer price: £180.00

A Georgian silver Christening tankard bearing inscription dated 1891 and Repousse nursery scene with ornate moulded loop handle and gilt interior, London 1837, Charles Reily & George Storer, approx 162.4g

Hammer price: £85.00

A Victorian silver cream jug of large form having gadrooned decoration to body, reeded loop handle and ribbon band decoration to rim, London 1893, Dobson & Sons,approx 212.8g

Hammer price: £410.00

A Swiss silver lidded canister having trefoil bun feet, gilt interior and repousse floral decoration with two oval panels depicting castle scenes, push on lid with pomegranate finial, bearing mark: I Bossard, two shields and 0.875, approx 263g

Hammer price: £2,000.00

A Georgian silver teapot of drum form having gadrooned decoration and fruitwood handle, bearing family inscription to base referring to Elizabeth Wedgwood, mother of Emma who married Charles Darwin the English naturalist known for the science of Evolution and his son Leonard Darwin dated July 1898, London 1792, Michael Plummer, approx 634g

Hammer price: £450.00

A four piece silver tea set of plain compressed circular and baluster form having banded waist, fruit wood handles and circular pedestal foot, Birmingham 1931,B & W Ltd, approx 1049g

Hammer price: £28.00

A Georgian silver table spoon of fiddle back form bearing monogram to terminal, London 1818, Solomon Royes & John East Dix, approx 67.6g

Hammer price: £70.00

A silver christening mug having bright cut decoration and inscribed Bernard 1922, Sheffield 1919, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, approx 138.4g

Hammer price: £50.00

A silver caddy spoon Sheffield 1952 Pinder Brothers and a small Edwardian silver cream jug of baluster form having trefoil hoof feet and loop handle Birmingham 1907 Henry Moreton approx 78.1g

Hammer price: £60.00

A Georgian silver basting spoon London 1805 William Eley & William Fearn approx 30mm long & 121.7g

Hammer price: £330.00

An Edwardian silver beaker of plain form having weighted base and hammered finish, and bearing monogram with crest to side, London 1909, Lambert & Co, GW approx 275.6g

Hammer price: £80.00

An Edwardian silver sugar bowl of shaped form having quatrefoil hoof feet and swing handle, London 1906, S Blankensee & Sons Ltd, approx 192.8g

Hammer price: £95.00

A silver christening mug bearing monogram to front and date to base with Celtic style handle and band, Birmingham 1933, Addie Brothers Ltd, approx 162g

Hammer price: £145.00

A pair of silver wine goblets having engraved grape vine decoration, Birmingham 1990, Charles S Green & Co Ltd, approx 264.4g

Hammer price: £115.00

An Edwardian Scottish silver quaich of small plain form, Edinburgh 1907, Hamilton & Inches, approx 130g

Hammer price: £70.00

A Victorian silver mustard pot of drum form having engraved decoration, hinged lid and blue glass liner, London 1857, John Evans II, with silver plated spoon, net wght approx 108.8g

Unsold

A silver card case of rectangular form having spring hinge, engine turned stripe decoration and gilt lining, London 1920, Sampson Mordan & Co

Hammer price: £130.00

A 9ct rose gold thimble of traditional form with travel case, Birmingham, possibly 1918, James Fenton, approx 4g

Unsold

WITHDRAWN A George II silver mustard pot of drum form having moulded band decoration with blue glass liner and hinged lid, London 1733, Ayme Videau, approx 152.8g

Hammer price: £60.00

A silver bridge counter having circular saucer with bridge counter to centre, Birmingham 1911, maker mark TJ, approx 75g

Hammer price: £100.00

A silver tankard of plain conical form bearing presentation inscription regarding Southwell Rifle Club 1912 and architectural handle, Sheffield 1911, Walker & Hall, two Georgian silver teaspoons etc, approx 262g

Hammer price: £310.00

A silver three piece matched tea set of circular form having facetted decoration, fruitwood handle and pedestal foot, Birmingham 1932, Henry Clifford Davis, and Sheffield 1932 Viners, approx 842g

Hammer price: £280.00

A Russian silver beaker having niello foliate scrolling decoration, flared rim and gilt interior, bearing Russian marks to base, possibly Moscow 1853, approx 62g

Hammer price: £70.00

A set of six Georgian silver teaspoons of old English form bearing monogram to terminals, London 1815, William Bateman, a Victorian pair of silver sugar nips, London 1900, Josiah Williams & Co, and a Georgian silver tablespoon having bright cut decoration to edge, London 1816, maker WE, approx 151.3g

Hammer price: £85.00

A set of six Georgian silver egg spoons of fiddle back form bearing monogram to terminals, Newcastle 1788, Thomas Watson, approx 95.7g

Hammer price: £24.00

A silver candle stick of plain column form bearing monogram to weighted base, Birmingham 1913, Williams Ltd,

Hammer price: £38.00

A pair of white metal oversized pepperettes stamped Empire sterling of urn form having clear glass linings and weighted bases

Hammer price: £80.00

An Edwardian silver sauce boat of plain form having trefoil paw feet, loop handle and reeded rim, Chester 1906, Jay, Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, two HM silver napkin rings and jam spoon, approx 189g

Hammer price: £80.00

A small silver christening mug of plain form having striped decoration and monogram to front, Sheffield 1935, C W Fletcher & Son Ltd, a silver caddy spoon having moulded decoration to termainal and engraved decoration to bowl, Birmingham 1909, William Davenport, a Georgian silver spoon, and a silver preserve spoon of stylised form, Edinburgh 1979, Sidney Beddall of Ambleside, approx 145.8g

Hammer price: £125.00

Four HM silver trinket dishes having moulded and pierced decoration, approx 151g

Hammer price: £60.00

A silver christening mug having reeded decoration and inscribed Eric 1919, Birmingham 1920, Deakin & Francis, approx 166.3g

Hammer price: £60.00

A pair of Georgian silver tablespoons fiddle back form bearing Griffin crest to terminals, Exeter 1824, William Welch II, approx 136.5g

Hammer price: £70.00

A silver dressing table powder pot of plain circular form with blue enamel guilloche decoration to knop and glass base, London 1927, makers mark worn

Hammer price: £30.00

A silver powder compact having engine turned decoration and monogram to cartouche, Birmingham 1934, Crisford & Norris

Unsold

A silver cigarette box of rectangular form having engine turned wave decoration to lid with crest to cartouche and monogram to front, Birmingham 1927, Deakin & Francis, GW approx 684.5g

Hammer price: £36.00

A small Edwardian silver trophy bowl of traditional form having loop handles and reeded decoration, London 1908, Charles Boyton & Son Ltd, approx 96g

Hammer price: £50.00

Two Edwardian folding fruit knives having HM silver blades and mother of pearl handles, a similar mid 20th century one with HM silver blade and mother of pearl handle, and a Georgian silver dessert knife having moulded handle and plain blade, makers mark IT

Hammer price: £470.00

A Queen Anne Britannia silver lemon strainer having pierced bowl and heart cuts to the handles, London 1706, Joseph Bird, approx 57.4g

Hammer price: £65.00

A Victorian silver trinket dish having embossed and pierced decoration and bun feet, Birmingham 1898, makers mark worn, and a small red glass scent bottle having white metal overlay

Hammer price: £65.00

Ten HM silver thimbles of traditional form, all bearing Birmingham hallmarks including Victorian and Edwardian, on a wooden stand, approx 39.6g

Hammer price: £75.00

A pair of Irish Georgian silver sauce ladles having bright cut decoration to stems with monogrammed cartouche and scallop shell bowls, one being pierced as a caster spoon, Dublin, date mark worn, Michael Keating, approx 74.3g

Hammer price: £50.00

Three silver presentation spoons regarding Penrith miniature rifle club having moulded decoration to stems and terminals, Birminghan 1913/15, Elkington & Co, two HM silver teaspoons bearing crossed rifle decoration to terminals and an HM silver coffee spoon having an architectural style knop, approx 128.5g

Hammer price: £50.00

A Victorian page turner having ivory blade and horn handle with engraved silver collar, Birmingham 1897, maker W.W

Hammer price: £170.00

A Victorian silver pair of Asparagus tongs having pierced foliate decoration to blades and moulded scallop shell and monogram to handle, London 1892, Francis Higgins III, approx 213.8g

Hammer price: £90.00

A small card tray of plain canted oval form having quatrefoil bracket feet and raised rim,London 1911, Ackroyd Rhodes, Manoah Rhodes & Sons Ltd, approx 183g

Hammer price: £65.00

A set of six Georgian silver teaspoons of old English form, London 1835, Charles Shipway, and a pair of Georgian silver sugar nips of fiddle back form, Newcastle 1811-1820, John Robertson II & John Warton, approx 137.6g

Hammer price: £240.00

A Victorian silver beaker of plain form having weighted base, and bearing latin inscription to side, London 1894, Wakely & Wheeler, and another smaller beaker of plain form also bearing inscription to side, same hallmarks, both retailed by Rowell of Oxford, gw approx 314g

Hammer price: £40.00

A pair of silver stem vases of classic trumpet form, with weighted bases and bearing oversized 1977 Silver Jubilee hallmarks, A T Cannon, GW approx 189.4g

Hammer price: £36.00

A silver capstan inkwell of plain form with raised rim and glass liner, Birmingham 1915, A & J Zimmerman Ltd and a glass ashtray having cut star burst to base and silver rim, Birmingham 1940, makers mark worn

Hammer price: £125.00

Four HM silver trinket dishes of various forms having moulded and pierced decoration, approx 121g

Hammer price: £42.00

A white metal menu holder stamped Sterling bearing a dog crest and inscribed Sibemet Merces Industria, and a tall silver pepperette having facetted decoration, push on lid and weighted base, Birmingham 1932, W J Myatt & Co

Hammer price: £105.00

A velvet covered case in the form of a book containing fifteen Georgian silver teaspoons, including plain and bright cut decoration, dates including London 1813, Thomas Wallis & Jonathan Hayne x 5, London 1812, etc, approx 224g

Hammer price: £42.00

A cased set of six silver coffee spoons having coffee bean knops, Sheffield 1930, Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, approx 32g

Hammer price: £175.00

A pair of Georgian Scottish silver salts of plain navette form on pedestal feet, Edinburgh hallmarks but date and maker worn, possibly Francis Howden, and a pair of Georgian silver tablespoons of rat tail form, London hallmark, Andrew Archer, approx 170.9g

Hammer price: £30.00

A small selection of HM silver and white metal including clothes brush, glass pepperettes and flatware including Victorian sugar nips, pickle forks etc, GW approx 181.7g

Hammer price: £100.00

A small silver 4 slice toast rack of plain arched form, Birmingham 1931, Deakin & Francis, a set of six silver egg spoons, Sheffield 1937, Eugene Leclere, a silver egg cup, Birmingham 1925, George Unite and three HM silver salt spoons, approx 155.4g

Hammer price: £145.00

A silver card tray of traditional form bearing pie crust rim, trefoil paw feet and inscription to centre, Sheffield 1937, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, approx 364g and a Georgian silver sauce ladle, London 1807, maker IB (AF)

Hammer price: £80.00

A cased set of six Georgian silver teaspoons of plain form, London 1806, Thomas Oliphant, and a Georgian silver tablespoon bearing monogram to terminal, London 1794, makers mark RC, approx 158.9g

Hammer price: £50.00

A selection of HM silver and white metal cased flatware including coffee spoons, butter knives, teaspoons etc,, approx 138g plus knives

Hammer price: £120.00

A cased silver three piece condiment set of drum form having pierced decoration and blue glass liners, Birmingham 1927, Docker & Bun Ltd, GW approx 141.1g

Hammer price: £80.00

A small Edwardian silver candle holder of plain form having domed hinged lid, Birmingham 1908, Williams Birmingham Ltd, two matched HM silver trinket dishes having pierced oval decoration and gadrooned rims, and a cut glass decanter of small form having a glass stopper and HM silver collar

Hammer price: £120.00

A cased set of four small silver tazzas having pierced and moulded decoration to bowls on weighted pedestals, Birmingham 1913, marks worn, possibly S Blankensee & Son Ltd, approx 267.6g

Hammer price: £85.00

A selection of HM silver including a squat candle stick, mustard and salt, sugar bowl and set of six teaspoons etc, approx 225g plus weighted candlestick

Hammer price: £24.00

A Victorian silver brush and hand mirror having heavily embossed mask, bird and scroll decoration, Chester 1900, James Deakin & Sons

Hammer price: £50.00

A small selection of HM silver including cut glass perfume bottles having silver collars and lids, pepperette, souvenir spoon, trinket box and stationary wallet having silver corner covers (AF)

Hammer price: £65.00

A pair of silver napkin rings of plain form bearing initial 'M', Birmingham 1917, Joseph Gloster Ltd, and a trio of Edwardian silver salts having trefoil paw feet and frilled edges, two having blue glass liners, Birmingham 1906, H J Cooper & Co Ltd

Hammer price: £46.00

A selection of cut glass dressing table and scent bottles having HM silver collars/lids, and a cheese knife having HM silver handle

Hammer price: £32.00

A cased set of six silver egg spoons of plain form, Sheffield 1950, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, approx 79.8g

Hammer price: £20.00

A cased set of silver coffee spoons having coffee bean knops, Sheffield 1914, Mappin & Webb Ltd, approx 45.7g

Hammer price: £200.00

A  RSPB members edition cased silver spoon collection having 12 spoons with gold plated bird cameo plaques to terminals and relative paperwork London 1975 John Pinches approx 328g

Hammer price: £270.00

A cased Limited Edition set of 'The Queen's Beasts spoons' no 947/2500, consisting of ten HM silver spoons bearing oversized Silver Jubilee 1977 hallmarks to bowls and each having terminals modelled as different beasts holding an enamelled armorial shield, approx 482g

Hammer price: £32.00

A Sheffield plate tankard with wooden base, thread detail to body and heart terminal to handle, and a regent plate travel (collapsable) mug by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company in a cylindrical leather case

Hammer price: £160.00

A pair of Edwardian silver candlesticks of Corinthian column form having removable sconces and weighted bases, London 1909, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd,GW approx 1066.2g

Hammer price: £230.00

A silver breakfast teapot of plain squat circular form having hard wood handle, pedestal foot and beaded decoration to rims, Sheffield 1965, Walker & Hall, approx 604.8g

Hammer price: £165.00

A Victorian silver jug of baluster form having engraved decoration with moulded loop handle and rim and quatrefoil bracket feet, London 1841, John Angell II & George Angell, approx 240g

Hammer price: £160.00

An Art Deco silver christening mug of plain conical form having architectural handle, stepped octagonal foot and dated monogram to front, London 1932, Robert Edgar Stone, facsimilie signature to base, 194g

Hammer price: £80.00

A Georgian silver cream jug of helmet form having engraved and bright cut decoration with crest to cartouche, reeded rim and handle, London 1804, makers mark worn. Possibly ABGB, approx 99.6g

Hammer price: £80.00

An Edwardian silver cream jug of plain helmet form having reided loop handle and square platform foot, London 1907, Maurice Freeman, approx 141.2g

Hammer price: £200.00

A silver rose bowl having fluted decoration, wire flower grill and a wooden presentation plinth, Sheffield 1964, Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, approx 475.6g

Hammer price: £50.00

A Georgian silver caster of waisted baluster form having square pedestal foot and pierced push on lid, London 1786, Charles Hougham, approx 80g

Hammer price: £290.00

A Georgian silver teapot of plain squat circular form having ivory handle, scallop shell detail to spout and engraved Griffin crest to side, Birmingham 1823, Edward Thomason, approx 533g

Hammer price: £46.00

Two Indian white metal bud vases having embossed decoration depicting deities, no marks, one rim bearing repair, approx 178g

Hammer price: £450.00

A Victorian silver teapot of plain compressed circular form having melon and leaf knop and pedestal foot, with matching sugar bowl having loop handles and gilt interior, London 1864/65, makers marks FB, approx 1074g

Hammer price: £110.00

A pair of George II silver table spoons of hanovarian form having fan pattern to reverse of bowls and monogram to reverse of terminals, London 1744, John Wilks, approx 122.3g

Unsold

Six Edwardian silver dessert spoons of plain form bearing monogram G to terminals, Chester 1906, Walker & Hall, approx 301g

Hammer price: £720.00

A pair of Victorian silver beakers having weighted bases, hammered decoration and bearing wedding inscription to side, London 1895, George Gilliam, and another similar smaller one of plain form also bearing inscription to side, London 1894, George Gilliam, gw approx 649.3g

Hammer price: £50.00

A silver bowl of plain circular form on a circular foot, London 1919, Charles Boyton & Son Ltd, approx 112.5g

Hammer price: £70.00

A small silver tankard of plain form having pedestal foot, rollover rim and monogrammed date to front, Sheffield 1931, P Ashberry & Sons, and a set of six HM silver teaspoons having terminals bearing Derbyshire Golf Club interest, approx 191g

Hammer price: £55.00

A silver trinket dish of circular form having raised frilled rim, Birmingham 1966, Barker & Ellis, and six HM silver tea spoons of different forms including The Beehive Lodge No 2809, approx 146g

Hammer price: £50.00

A Scottish silver caddy spoon having shaped oval bowl and monogram to terminal, Glasgow 1823, Mitchell & Sons, approx 17.4g

Hammer price: £65.00

A white metal pounce pot of egg form having trefoil scallop and bun feet, repousse floral and scroll decoration and bayonet clasp lid, no marks, tested as silver, approx 34.4g

Hammer price: £160.00

A silver card tray of plain form having monogram to centre, pie crust rim and quadrafoil scroll feet,Sheffield 1912, James Dixon & Son, approx 400g

Hammer price: £95.00

Nine silver thimbles of various patterns, all Chester hallmark dates from 1888 - 1923, all maker Charles Horner, and another similar thimble Chester 1910, makers mark worn S & ?, approx 43.8g

Hammer price: £65.00

An HM silver novelty vesta modelled as a devil bearing horns to head, red glass eyes and press nose, maker mark: CME jewellery Ltd

Unsold

A Georgian silver table spoon in the Old English bead pattern, London 1780, George Smith, approx 65.4g

Hammer price: £75.00

A pair of Georgian silver ladles of plain form bearing sun burst crest to terminals, London 1802, Alice & George Burrows II, approx 103.4g

Hammer price: £80.00

A Victorian silver card case of plain form having hinged flap lid and gilt interior bearing stamp S Mordan & Co, London 1900, Sampson Mordan & Co, and a silver vesta of square form having engine turned stripe decoration and plain cartouche, Birmingham 1912, Constantine & Floyd Ltd, approx 86g

Hammer price: £55.00

A silver sauce boat having trefoil pad feet, loop handle and shaped rim, Birmingham 1948, Adie Brothers, approx 148g

Hammer price: £85.00

A pair of silver candle sticks of squat form on circular weighted bases, Birmingham 1971, Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, GW approx 519g

Hammer price: £55.00

An Edwardian silver trophy bowl of small form having moulded loop handles, London 1903, Charles & George Asprey, approx 141g

Hammer price: £30.00

An Edwardian cut glass vase having silver collar, London 1905, Robert Pringle & Sons, a Victorian cut glass scent bottle of spherical form having silver screw on lid, London 1894, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co and two button hooks having HM silver moulded handles

Hammer price: £55.00

A pair of Edwardian silver trinket dishes of oval form having pierced decoration and scroll rims, Birmingham 1904, Fattorini & Sons Ltd, a pair of silver bud vases having fluted decoration and weighted bases, Chester 1901, Stokes & Ireland Ltd, and an Edwardian leather card case having HM silver cartouche and corner tip (AF)

Unsold

A selection of Georgian, Irish & Victorian silver flatware including dessert spoons and forks, table fork and sugar tongs, London 1816/32/36/42/59, assorted makers including Jonathan Hayne, Chawner,Soloman Hougham, and Dublin 1824 IB,

Hammer price: £46.00

A Victorian silver mustard pot of spherical form having hinged lid, trefoil bun feet, gadrooned and engraved decoration, London 1883, maker FB, with matched HM silver spoon (AF), a pair of Edwardian silver sugar nips of wishbone form, Birmingham 1904, Levi & Salaman and a pair of Victorian silver scissor style sugar nips, London 1892, John Aldwinkle & Thomas Slater, approx 116.9g

Hammer price: £70.00

A matched pair of Georgian silver salts of circular form having trefoil hoof feet and frilled rims, hallmarks worn, one is London 1788, Hester Bateman, approx 139.4g

Hammer price: £60.00

A pair of Edwardian silver table spoons of plain form, Sheffield 1905, James Dixon & Co, approx 156.8g

Hammer price: £120.00

A Victorian silver christening mug having engraved decoration and inscription, Sheffield 1899, Richard Richardson, and another similar tankard of plain form bearing monogram to front, Sheffield 1923, James Deakin & Sons, approx 200g

Hammer price: £90.00

An Edwardian glass preserve pot having cut fern decorative band, silver lid and spoon, London 1907/08, Army & Navy Cooperative Society, and a glass jar of squat form having cut star and dot decoration, glass stopper and silver collar bearing monogram dated 1922, London 1921, Henry Perkins & Sons

Hammer price: £100.00

A pair of Edwardian silver candle sticks having removable sconces, shaped columns to stepped octagonal weighted bases, Sheffield 1902, Hawksworth Eyre & Co Ltd (AF)

Hammer price: £50.00

Nine HM silver and white metal thimbles of traditional forms including a miniature version, approx 40.7g

Hammer price: £80.00

An HM silver vesta case having engraved scroll decoration and monogrammed cartouche, a white metal vesta in the form of a pig, tests as silver, and a white metal snuff box having brightcut decoration to hinged lid, no marks tests as silver, approx 119g

Hammer price: £360.00

A silver teapot of plain circular form having fruit wood handle and knop, engraved decoration to lid and rim and moulded spout, London 1924, Crichton Brothers of Bond Street, approx 775g

Hammer price: £36.00

A small selection of HM silver and white metal including thimbles, small scent bottle having green guilloche enamel lid and manicure tools including a folding button hook having mother of pearl handle

Hammer price: £48.00

A pair of Victorian silver salts in the form of scallop shells on trefoil mythical fish feet, Birmingham 1863, Henry Hyde Aston, with two matched HM silver salt spoons, approx 80g

Hammer price: £90.00

A Victorian silver porringer of plain circular form having decorative pierced handles and name engraved to rim, London 1899, makers mark worn, approx 242.5g

Unsold

A Georgian silver berry spoon having frilled rim to bowl and later chased stem, London 1749, makers mark worn, and a Georgian silver table spoon of plain Old English form, London 1781, Hester Bateman, approx 116.6g

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