Silver – 11th August 2012 Sale

Lot No. Description Low Estimate High Estimate
345 A pair of silver pierced and   chased oval bon bon dishes, London 1966, 5.47ozt, 170.2g 50 60
346 A pair of silver grape shears,   Sheffield 1911 by Walker and Hall, cast with stylised snakes head and   acanthus leaf handles, 3.69ozt, 114.9g 50 60
347 An Edwardian silver cased cut   glass jar, Chester 1902, with pierced and embossed decoration, 7cm high 50 60
348 Three silver rat-tailed pattern   table spoons, originally from the Camden family who lived at Bayham Abbey,   each engraved with a coronet and the initial ‘B’, London 1920, 7.45ozt,   231.8g 60 80
349 A set of six silver handled   dinner knives, London 1892, by Francis Higgins, originally from the Camden   family who lived at Bayham Abbey, each engraved with the Camden family motto,   in latin which translates as ‘The judgement of our peers or the law of the   land’, and other silver plated cutlery from the same source 80 100
350 A Victorian silver decanter   label ‘Whiskey’, Birmingham 1879, a silver topped cut glass jar, Birmingham   1913, a pair of Sheffield plated coasters with turned oak bases and a muffin   dish (5 items) 40 50
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