Silver – 10th November 2012

Lot Number Description Low Estimate High Estimate
254 A pair of silver collared moulded glass perfume bottles 40 60
401 A Continental silver coloured metal ‘Rolex’ souvenir teaspoon, boxed 10 15
410 A set of silver handled pistol grip butter knives and other silver and silver plated cutlery 30 50
413 A Continental silver chatalaine suspended with two seals 40 50
416 A Victorian silver propelling pencil, pen, fitted with folding penknife blade of hexagonal form, with chased scrolling design, Chester 1892, maker’s mark F.C.B. 100 150
418 A ‘Yard O Led’ silver propelling pencil with engine turned decoration, a silver cased pen knife, Sheffield 1920 and a silver teaspoon (3 items) 30 40
425 A Victorian silver christening spoon and fork set, Sheffield 1892, 1.66 ozt, 51.6g, boxed 20 30
427 A Victorian silver rectangular box with hinged lid, Birmingham 1897, a silver topped heart-shaped glass box and a small silver topped jar, 2.44 ozt, 76g gross (3 items) 50 70
428 A collection of small silver novelty items comprised of a Victorian silver mounted horn beaker, a silver handled button hook, a miniature silver backed hand mirror, two silver thimbles, a napkin ring and a pin dish, weighable silver 1.795 ozt, 55.9g gross (7 items) 80 120
431 A George III silver cream jug, London 1800, engraved with intertwined initials ‘JAV’, 4.545 ozt, 141.4g 50 60
432 A pair of small silver quatrefoil shaped pierced pedestal bon-bon dishes, London 1911, with loaded bases 50 60
433 A George III silver old English pattern table spoon, Exeter 1794 by Richard Ferris, another silver George III silver old English pattern table spoon, London 1801 by Peter Ann and William Bateman and a pair of George IV silver fiddle pattern table spoons, London 1821, maker’s mark ‘R.P’, 7.65 ozt, 238g gross 80 120
434 A set of six late Victorian silver teaspoons with matching sugar nips and sifter spoon, Sheffield 1899, 2.385 ozt, 74.1g, boxed 40 60
435 A late Victorian silver vesta case, Birmingham 1899, with chased scrolling decoration, 0.9 ozt, 28g 20 30
436 An oval silver framed photograph frame, Chester 1904, with easel back and a silver hand-held mirror Birmingham 1909 40 60
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