Silver – 14th July 2012

Lot No Description Low Estimate High Estimate
127 A part set of silver teaspoons and sugar nips, a set of butter knives, a silver plated tea pot and a set of mother of pearl snail forks. Silver teaspoons and sugar nips in cabinet 20 30
202 A cut glass decanter with silver collar, two cut glass scent bottles with silver collars and a cut glass dressing table bottle with silver collar – some stoppers lacking (4 items) 30 40
337 Two silver thimbles, hopsack needles and case etc and other items 40 60
348 A late Victorian silver belt buckle, London 1900, by William Hutton and Sons 60 80
356 Four folding silver and mother of pearl fruit knives, Sheffield 1900, Sheffield 1877, Sheffield 1938 and one other 19th century example 50 60
360 Seven silver thimbles, a small silver circular photograph frame, silver jewellery, jet beads and assorted costume jewellery etc housed in a wooden cutlery tray 40 60
367 An Edwardian ornate silver easel backed photograph frame, Birmingham 1903 and a miniature silver mounted ”The Royal Bijou Birthday Book”, Birmingham 1905 60 80
368 A silver three piece tea set, Birmingham 1916, the teapot with ebonized knop and handle, 17.29ozt, 537.7g gross 180 220
369 An Australian presentation dish by Whitehall silver and plate Co. with inscription; ’16/u Doubles Finalist Australian Grass Court Championships 1997′, 15cm diameter, marks to rim 4.12ozt, 128.1g and three items of silver cutlery, 2.28ozt, 71g gross 60 80
370 A small quantity of Edwardian and later silver items including a pepperette, a feeding spoon and other silver items, gross weight 1.75ozt and a napkin ring 30 40
371 An Edwardian silver matchbox holder on bun feet embossed with Reynold’s angels, Birmingham 1901 and a silver mustard pot 2.5ozt, 63.7g gross and a pair of early 19th century oval silver plated salts with blue glass liners (4 items) 30 40
372 A set of six novelty Edwardian silver menu holders, in the form of artist’s palettes, each mounted with a miniature circular print of a famous masterpiece, Birmingham 1904, maker’s mark ‘H.E.’, 4.44ozt, 138.1g gross, housed in a fitted case 80 120
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