Silver Plate – 25th May 2013

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
631 A silver plated and glass centre piece comprised of four trumpet shaped vases with wavy rims, raised on scroll supports, 31.5cm high and a multi-faceted cut glass cut glass and brass inkwell, 8cm high 30 40
632 A late Victorian silver-plated ovoid shaped teapot and stand (burner lacking), the teapot engraved with scrolling initials, the base raised on three scroll supports with shell feet, teapot and stand 28cm high 20 40
633 A George III silver old English pattern mustard spoon, London 1803, by Peter Ann and William Bateman, 9.5 cm long, 0.23 ozt, a silver cake fork, handle lacking and assorted silver-plated items including teapot, gravy boat, sugar bowl and other items 20 30
634 A Middle Eastern silver plate on copper dish, with hand beaten and chased design, silver plate heavily worn, 21 cm diameter together with an Egyptian brass dish with silver and  copper overlaid decoration and hammered design, 18.25 cm diameter 20 30
635 A part canteen of silver plated old English bead pattern cutlery, comprised of five table spoons, six dinner forks, eleven dessert forks, four dessert spoons, three tea spoons, two coffee spoons and a mustard spoon, all engraved with interlocking initials ‘GB’, and a matched soup ladle.  A silver old English bead pattern dessert spoon and fork, possibly originally a christening set, engraved with the initials ‘CGB’, London 1898, 2.29ozt 70 90
636 A 20th century rectangular silver plated two handled tray by Walker & Hall with Chippendale rim, bearing inscription dated 1947, 35cm wide x 51cm long – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 20 30
637 A rectangular silver plated tray by Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co., with applied mask decoration to the corners, 42cm x 33.5cm 30 40
638 An ornate silver plated centre piece in the form of a grape vine on lobed base, with cut glass bowl, 52cm high 80 120
639 A Victorian cylindrical tortoiseshell and silver plate mounted mustard pot with hinged lid and plaque engraved with a coat of arms of a ram’s head within a crown, 6.5 cm high 40 60
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