Silver – 21st April 2012

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
397 A George III silver pair cased open faced verge pocket watch, the fusee movement inscribed Thos. Ollive, Cranbrook no.4872, the white enamel dial painted with Roman numerals, London 1799, maker’s mark I.T 150 200
437 A 20th century silver coloured metal teapot with ebonised handle bearing hallmarks, possibly American, approximately 15ozt gross 150 180
438 A late 19th century Dutch silver rectangular tobacco tin with machine turned decoration and hinged lid, approximately 4.54ozt (141.1g) 60 80
439 A silver cushion top rectangular cigarette box, Birmingham 1949 by Mappin and Webb with wooden lining, 127mm x 85mm 30 40
440 A pair of silver salts in the form of pedestal bowls on a square base, Birmingham 1921, liners lacking, a silver napkin ring, Sheffield 1919, a miniature silver dish London 1970, a silver topped glass jar, gross silver weight approximately 8ozt and an Indian silver boat shaped bowl with chased decoration, approximately 5ozt (6 items) 120 160
441 An ornate cut glass and silver mounted Victorian inkwell, London 1891, by Charles Boyton, the silver stand heavily embossed with floral decoration, 18.5cm diameter, the stand approximately 5.67ozt (176.4g) 150 250
442 A matched pair of small silver dishes, London 1972, maker’s mark R&K, set with a Churchill Crown and a USA One Dollar coin, 117mm diameter, approximately 6.47ozt (201.3g) 60 80
443 A small silver coloured metal model of a sudan chair carried by two Oriental figures, approximately 1ozt (31g) with marks to the base 20 30
444 A silver backed hair brush and hand mirror, Birmingham 1914 and 1915 and another silver backed brush, Birmingham 1919 (3 items) 30 40
445 A silver cream jug, London 1971, with scroll handle and circular foot and another silver cream jug Birmingham 1972, gross weight approximately 6.69ozt (208g) 60 80
446 A mother of pearl and silver fruit knife and three others, silver spoons and a propelling pencil 100 150
447 A Victorian rectangular silver card case by Alfred Taylor, Birmingham 1859, with shaped sides, hinged lid, engine turned decoration and chased detail, 10cm long, approximately 2.02 ozt (62.8g) 120 180
448 A matched pair of small heart-shaped easel backed silver picture frames, London 1990, 85mm high 30 40
449 A small late 19th century rectangular Dutch silver lidded box, with machine engraved decoration and hinged lid approximately 0.85ozt (26.5g), 20 40
450 A ladies silver purse, Birmingham 1915, of plain rectangular form with green leather interior, suspended from a chain, 2.285 (66.1g) 25 35
451 A silver circular trinket box, Birmingham 1912, raised on three legs with green velvet interior and hinged lid, 8cm diameter 50 60
452 A 20th century miniature coach horn, Birmingham 1933 with jubilee mark, maker’s mark EB, approximately 1.46 ozt (45.4g), 30.5cm long 150 200
453 A George II silver marrow spoon by Philip Roker II, London 1743, engraved with the crest of a crowned lion, approximately 1.61 ozt (50.1g) 50 80
456 A 20th century circular silver salver, Sheffield 1924, with moulded rim raised on four scroll feet, bearing an engraving; ‘From the Officers 8th Gurkha Rifles 8.10.24’, 40.5cm diameter, approximately 52 ozt (1625g) 600 700
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