25th February 2012 – Silverware

Lot No Description Low Est High Est Hammer Price
367 A Victorian silver ceremonial staff tip finial, each side formed with various coats of arms, with central City of London shield. Engraved to shaft ”Lord Mayor & Sheriffs Committee 1875, T.H.Fry Esq. Deputy”. approx 13cm in length 200 300
368 A Victorian silver gilt wand of office ceremonial staff tip finial, each side formed as the Arm of the City of London, the circlet of the arms detailed ”Guildhall 1868”, to staff engraved ”Lord Mayor & Sheriffs Committee 1868 T.H.Fry Esq. Deputy Chairman” Approx 15cm in height 400 500
401 A silver Georgian shell shaped caddy spoon, London 1817 50 70
402 A large silver matchbox holder with hammered top and oval inscription panel, together with a sterling silver napkin ring 30 40
403 An Elkington and Co. silver chalice cup, Birmingham 1898, with inscription; ‘Ebor Cup, won by L. Sergt Wildman, Skipton 1899, 16.5cm high, approx. 7ozt 70 90
404 A pair of silver trumpet shaped vases with flared and pierced rims, marks rubbed, with weighted bases, 19cm high 60 80
405 A 20th century (possibly American) silver coloured metal milk jug and sugar bowl, stamped ‘SIL’ – Untested 80 120
406 A part set of Victorian old English pattern silver cutlery comprised of a mustard spoon, five table forks, four dessert forks, four tablespoons, a dessert spoon and a basting spoon, London 1850 and 1845, maker’s mark SH DC, combined weight approx. 30 ozt 300 400
407 A 19th century oval silver backed folding vanity mirror fitted with a plain and a magnifying bevelled edge mirrors decorated on both back and front with repousse work, stamped S.E. Vernier 1891 40 60
408 An Edwardian silver and glass inkstand, London 1902 and 1904, the boat shaped stand with pierced and chased decoration. 220mm long, approx. 3.5 ozt excluding well 50 60
409 A 20th century small silver two handled trophy cup, Sheffield 1911 by James Deakin & Sons, inscribed ‘Teddington Reach Regatta 1913’ 82mm diameter. and two silver mustard pots, gross weight approx. 3.5 ozt 40 60
410 A small Arts & Crafts silver sugar bowl, Birmingham 1935, maker’s mark WN Ltd, with hammered finish on pedestal foot, 70mm diameter, approx. 2.5 ozt 40 50
411 A small two handled silver trophy cup, Chester 1911, with scroll handles, approx. 1.5 ozt, on turned ebonised base 20 30
412 A silver Edwardian toilet box by H. Matthews with chased and perforated hinged cover, Birmingham 1909 20 30
413 A pair of Edwardian silver octagonal section matching vases by Walker & Hall, of trumpet form with pierced lattice work top, Sheffield 1907, 165mm tall, with weighted bases 50 70
414 A Victorian silver Georgian style miniature pepperette with scroll handle, Chester 1898 by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders. 30mm tall, and a 20th century silver napkin ring, marked Chester 1925, approx. 1 ozt 20 30
415 A small American silver coloured metal sauce boat with an oval stand, both parts stamped ‘Sterling’, approx 2ozt gross, together with a silver vase shaped pepper pot with pierced domed cover with finial, stamped ‘Sterling’, approx. 1.5 ozt 40 50
416 A circular silver 20th century snuff box, with squeeze release lid, London 1919 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, approx 3 ozt 40 60
417 A pair of silver plated fighting toads mounted on onyx base, a miniature silver plate with frog on the rim, London 1989 and a miniature silver frog, combined gross weight approx. 1.5 ozt 50 70
418 A pair of silver Concorde decanter labels inscribed ‘Gin’ and ‘Whiskey’, Birmingham 1986, and another silver ‘Sherry’ decanter label (3 items) 30 40
419 A large silver mounted hip flask, London 1900, retailed by Thornhill and Co., New Bond Street, with silver lid, collar and base 30 40
420 A silver twin cigar holder with engine turned decoration, Birmingham 1989, approx. 3ozt 50 80
421 A silver milk jug, Birmingham 1919, two silver coffee spoons, gross weight appox. 3.5 ozt and two other items 20 40
422 A silver topped cut glass scent bottle and two other items 20 30
423 A large silver cigarette case, with engine turned decoration, Birmingham 1934, approx. 6oz 80 100
424 A novelty silver owl bookmark by Samson Morden and Co., London 1894, 9cm long 40 60
425 A large 20th century octagonal silver pedestal bowl with pierced rim, Sheffield 1915 by Walker and Hall, with silver wedding inscription dated 1918, approximately 34ozt 450 550
426 A 20th century rectangular cut glass box with silver lid, Birmingham 1920, a pair of silver sugar tongs, London 1850, a Victorian silver kings pattern caddy spoon and a Victorian silver sifter spoon, Sheffield 1884, gross weight of silver approx. 4.5ozt 40 60
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