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Jewellery - Brooches 1 - 21
Jewellery- Earrings 22 - 36
Jewellery - Rings 37 - 84
Jewellery - Bracelets 85 - 98
 
Jewellery - Necklaces 99 - 125
Jewellery - Accessories 126 - 130
Watches and Wristwatches 131 - 167
Gold & other Coinage 170 - 185
Silver & Silverplate 190 - 260


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Description Estimate Hammer
Price
Silver & Silverplate
231 A silver and ivory letter knife/magnifier, by Crisford & Norris, Birmingham 1917, circular lens, 20cm. This lot is subject to CITES regulations if exporting outside of the EU. £60-100 £70
232 A set of twelve Victorian electroplated teaspoons, by Allen & Darwin, Sheffield, with matching sugar tongs, and a strainer, bright cut style decoration, cased. £70-100  
233 A set of twelve late Victorian silver teaspoons with matching sugar tongs, by Thomas Bradbury & Son, Sheffield 1900, bright-cut engraved decoration, and with engraved monograms, cased. £100-150 £210
234 A pair of cut glass and silver mounted knife rests, by William Vale & Sons., Chester 1926, the glass divisions of polygonal section, width 8cm, cased. £30-50 £42
235 An Edwardian silver and fruitwood toasting fork, by Thomas Bradbury & Son, Sheffield 1908, pierced and engraved blade, slender turned handle, 50cm. £70-100 £110
236 A Victorian black cloth travelling case, by J.T. Needs, 128 Piccadilly, fitted with eleven silver mounted bottles, jars and containers, London 1849, each item engraved with the Wollaston crest within scroll work cartouche, box width 31cm. Provenance: Wollaston of Shenton, Leicestershire; by descent. £200-300 £340
237 A Victorian electroplated revolving cruet, by Elkington & Co., the open frame supporting seven glass condiments, circular base with an open work scrolled and foliate stand, 38cm. £120-180 £230
238 A Victorian square-shape silver desk stand, by Charles and George Fox, London 1860, framing a square-shape cut glass inkwell, fretted and engraved scrolled surround, and scrolled feet, width 15cm; with a later silver pen, (2). £100-150 £210
239 A Victorian silver baluster shaped caster, by Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1899, embossed and ribbon moulded decoration, 5oz, 22cm. £80-120 £65
240 A Victorian silver dessert basket, by Martin Hall & Co., London 1874, bowl of lobed oval form, cast and chased foliate decoration, with lobed embossed panels and engraved arms, 36oz, length 32cm. £500-800 £500
241 A Victorian silver four-piece teaset, by Henry Wilkinson, London 1877, each piece of vase shape, with brightcut engraved foliate and scrolled decoration, cast egg and dart, and beaded mouldings, the teapot 25cm, and coffee pot 29cm, with ivory insulators to the handles, 62oz gross, (4). This lot is subject to CITES regulations if exporting outside of the EU. £700-1000 £1400
242 A Victorian silver pear-shaped coffee pot, by E.J.E.W. Barnard, London 1838, lightly lobed form, ogee lid with fruit finial, scrolled handle with ivory insulators, swan neck spout, raised on scrolled feet, No.856, 28oz, 29cm. This lot is subject to CITES regulations if exporting outside of the EU. £300-500 £400
243 An Edwardian silver navette-shape dessert basket, by R. F. Mosley & Co., Sheffield 1910, pierced scroll foliate decoration, swing handle, raised on four ball feet, 12oz, width 31cm. £100-150 £150
244 A set of six Edwardian silver beaker frames, by Marples & Co., Birmingham 1906, designed with scrolls and foliage, seahorse head handles, with cylindrical beaker 6cm, cased. £80-120 £220
245 A pair of heavy cut glass spirit decanters, with silver collars, by Barker Ellis, Birmingham 1986, each of shouldered rectangular form, with a square-shaped stopper, height 25cm. £150-200 £220
246 A pair of silver table candlesticks, by Hawkswood Eyre & Co., Sheffield 1918, composite form with swags and fluted shafts, square bases, with leafy banding, bearing presentation inscriptions, 24cm. £250-350  
247 A silver comport centre-piece, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1920, the comport with a pierced shallow bowl, reeded and lobed edge, hexagonal tapering column issuing three branches supporting sweet meat baskets, plain circular base, 39oz in total, height 34cm. £400-600 £650
248 An Edwardian silver comport, indistinct maker's mark, Birmingham 1906, pierced lozenge shaped bowl, with cast scrolled outlines, baluster column, pierced and scrolled base, 26oz, width 38cm. £250-350 £280
249 An Edwardian silver comport, by Martin Hall & Co., Birmingham 1904, pierced and fluted bowl with a cast pierced and scrolled rim, fluted and flared foot, 12oz, diameter 27cm. £150-200 £150
250 A large circular silver salver, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1920, moulded pie-crust edge, with a moulded and foliate rim, raised on three cast feet, 42oz, diameter 37cm. £400-600 £480
251 A circular silver salver, by Garrard & Co. Limited, London 1997, shaped pie-crust edge, with a cast guilloche band, raised on three cast and scrolled feet, 14oz, diameter 91cm, in original box. £150-250 £160
252 A rectangular silver photograph frame, maker's mark C.&A., Birmingham 1918, oval aperture with engine turning, 24.5cm x 18cm. £100-150 £130
253 An Art Deco four-piece silver teaset, by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1946, of tapering oblong form with canted corners, the teapot with composition handle and finial, height 16cm; the hot water jug similarly, with a composition handle and finial, height 23cm, 49oz gross, (4). £500-800 £580
254 Dunhill - A 'Giant' table cigarette lighter, silver-plated barley engine turned design, flip top, Patent No 390107, Reg'd Design No. 737418, 10.5cm high. £100-200 £110
255 A Scottish Arts and Crafts silver comport, by John A. Fettes, Glasgow 1904, hammered finish, shallow circular bowl, tripod supports with a domed base, registration number 429216, 16oz, height 16cm. £200-300 £550
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Viewing Category Lots
 
Viewing Category Lots
View All Sections 1 - 260
Jewellery - Brooches 1 - 21
Jewellery- Earrings 22 - 36
Jewellery - Rings 37 - 84
Jewellery - Bracelets 85 - 98
 
Jewellery - Necklaces 99 - 125
Jewellery - Accessories 126 - 130
Watches and Wristwatches 131 - 167
Gold & other Coinage 170 - 185
Silver & Silverplate 190 - 260

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