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Fine Art & Antiques

Monday 27th March 2017, 1:00 pm

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Jewellery - Brooches 1 - 21
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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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Silver & Silverplate
206 A collection of four early Georgian silver baluster-shape casters, by Meschach Godwin, London 1724; possibly by Edward Gibbons, London 1726, another by Edward Gibbons, London 1728 and by I G with pellet, London 1733, each with a moulded girdle, the later with engraved monogram, 9-9.5cm. (4) Provenance: George, 8th Marquess of Tweeddale and thence by descent. £500-800 £460
207 A George III silver mustard, by indistinct maker's mark, London 1795, straight sided and lightly fluted with bright cut banding, hinged lid with chair-back thumb-piece, blue glass liner, damaged, engraved crest, 9cm and another mustard, indistinctly marked, straight sided oval form, domed lid with heart-shape thumb piece, lacking liner, 8cm. (2) £150-200  
208 A set of six George IV silver coasters, by Robert Hennell II, London 1828, each of shallow circular form with moulded outlines, engraved with the Tweeddale crest, turned wooden bases, diameter 13cm. £1000-1500 £1600
209 A George III oval silver cruet, by Robert Hennell, London 1780, fitted with six (of eight) cut-glass condiments, each of polygonal section with silver mounts, the frame with swags, engine turned banding and beading, loop handle raised on four ball and claw feet, 30cm. £200-300 £380
210 A George III oval silver cruet frame, makers marks rubbed, London probably 1809, oval design with a flat base over mahogany, gadrooned outlines, scrolled feet, 23cm, with matched cut-glass bottles, some with silver and white metal mounts. £200-300 £200
211 A George III oval silver basket, probably by William Plummer, rope-twist swing handle and border, grape and vine decoration to the wire work, oval foot with gadrooned edge, engraved crest, 32cm. £700-1000 £630
212 A George III style circular silver waiter, by Daniel & John Wellby, London 1899, moulded and scrolled pie-crust edge, engraved crest, raised on three scrolled feet, 10oz, diameter 19cm. £100-150 £110
213 m.v.s{ tf1ansiansicpg1252deff0{fonttbl{f0fnilfcharset0 Arial;}} viewkind4uc1pardlang2057fs20 A George I style silver coffee pot0 , by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1897, straight-sided tapering form, ogee domed lid, ebony finial and side-mounted handle, swan-neck spout, 16oz gross, height 24cm. par } £120-180 £180
214 A George II style silver pear-shaped coffee pot, by J.B. Chatterley & Co., Birmingham 1989, drawn pear-shape form, ogee domed lid and cast finial, composition scrolled handle, and swan-neck spout, 32oz gross, height 29cm. £300-400 £340
215 A pair of George II style electroplated table candlesticks, probably by Roberts & Slater, Sheffield, urn sconces, shouldered columns of tripod section with maskheads, scrolls and foliage, stepped bases, with serpentine outlines, 33cm. £100-150  
216 A George IV silver teapot, by William Hewitt, London 1825, of compressed circular and pedestal form, embossed and repousse floral decoration, domed lid, with a rosebud finial, 26oz, 15.5cm. £400-600 £580
217 A George IV silver teapot, by Barnards, London 1826, compressed and lobed form with cast fruit finial, engraved foliate and scrolled decoration, raised on four scrolled feet, engraved presentation inscription to the underside, 11oz, 11cm. £100-150 £180
218 A William IV silver entree dish, by Robinson Edkins & Aston, Birmingham 1835, shaped oval form, cast scrolled and leaf outlines, and a cast bayonet fitting handle, engraved crest, 65oz, width 35cm. £500-800 £750
219 A William IV circular silver salver, by E.J. & W. Barnard, London 1831, scrolled pie-crust edge, with cast decoration of the flowers, the centre with chased decoration, cast feet, 15oz, diameter 26cm. £150-200 £220
220 A William IV circular dish, by Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield 1834, embossed and chased decoration with scrolls and foliage, engraved crest to the centre, damaged, 8oz, diameter 24cm. £150-200 £150
221 A Regency style silver tea pot, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1917, of swollen oblong form, with a gadrooned collar ebony finial and composition handle, raised on four hoof feet, height 14cm; and a similar hot water jug, by S.W. Smith & Co., Birmingham 1915, gadrooned collar, ebony finial and composition handle, 24cm; 44oz gross, (2). £400-600 £480
222 A Regency style oval silver mustard, by Nathan & Hayes, Chester, probably 1928, slightly swollen form with a hinged domed lid, and reeded handle, engraved decoration, with a blue glass liner, 9cm. £80-120 £70
223 A William IV silver gilt vinaigrette, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1833, rectangular form with chased and repousse foliate outlines, and engine-turning, engraved and inscription, pierced and engraved grille, width 3.6cm, in a Morocco case. £100-150 £380
224 A Victorian silver snuff box, by George Unite, Birmingham 1878, shaped rectangular form, bright-cut decoration, lozenge cartouche, with presentation inscription, width 5.1cm. £100-150 £140
225 A Regency silver and parcel gilt presentation snuff box, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1819, sarcophagus shape, with repousse foliate banding, gilt plaque engraved, ''To Mr George Easton, from the Proprietors of the Rothsay Castle Steamboat as a mark of their esteem, January 1820'', width 8cm. The Rothsay Castle was a paddle steamer built in 1816 for service on the River Clyde, Scotland, and was later transferred to Liverpool where she was used for day trips along the coast of North Wales. £100-150 £270
226 A George IV silver gilt vinaigrette, by Ledsam & Vale, Birmingham 1826, cushioned rectangular form engine-turned decoration, engraved monogram, pierced and engraved grille, width 3.3cm. £100-150 £100
227 A William IV silver vinaigrette, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1833, cushioned rectangular form, with repousse foliate outlines, engraved field and presentation inscription, pierced and engraved grille, width 4.4cm. £100-150 £250
228 An Edwardian silver visiting card case, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1902, serpentine outlines, light-cut engraved decoration, 10cm. £60-100 £110
229 A silver gilt and enamelled compact, the blue guilloche enamel compact having a hinged cover painted in enamels depicting a mallard in flight, gilded interior with London (import) mark and 925,diameter 65mm, £300-500  
230 An Edwardian silver belt buckle, by Henry Matthew, Birmingham/Chester 1901, cast decoration of seraphim, scrolled outlines, 7cm, attached to a belt. £50-80 £40
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Viewing Category Lots
 
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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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