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Silver & Objects of Vertu 19 June 2018

1 Colville Road, London W3 8BL +44 (0)20 8992 4442 info@chiswickauctions.co.uk chiswickauctions.co.uk

Silver & Objects of Vertu selected highlights

London 19th June 2018


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SPECIALISTS

SALE CALENDAR

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Post-War & Contemporary Art Urban Ar John Rogers

Amicie de Villenfagne

Head of Department Silver & Objects of Vertu john.rogers@chiswickauctions.co.uk

Specialist Silver & Objects of Vertu amicie@chiswickauctions.co.uk

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Summer Jewels Designer Handbags & Fashion

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Modern & Post-War British Art

Antiquities & Tribal Art

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Interiors & Design Ceramics & Glass

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Islamic & Indian Art featuring the Arts of the Qajar Era (1794-1924) Rugs & Carpets

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Books from the Library of Giancarlo Beltrame, Part III, to include Other Antiquarian Book Properties Autographs & Memorabilia

Lot 362


Silver & Objects of Vertu selected highlights

Tuesday 19th June 2018, 11.00

VIEWING AT CHISWICK full sale Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday

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PHOTOGRAPHERS

Steven McCauley Jordan Salzmann Darrell Russell Monika Olek

Front cover: Lot 410 Back cover: Lot 100 (detail)


Contents Selected highlights only, for the full sale please see online. Objects of Vertu and Boxes

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Flatware

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Continental Silver

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British and Non-European Holloware

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The next Silver & Objects of Vertu Sale will take place on the 30th of October. Entries are invited now.

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1 A George V antique sterling silver and 9 carat gold cigarette case, London 1919 by Asprey Of rectangular form with canted corners in unmarked 9 carat gold. With Asprey patent slide mechanism, the interior with metal retention band. Fully marked. Length – 11.5 cm / 4.5 inches Weight – 188 grams / 6.04 ozt £120-160 10 An Edwardian antique 9 carat gold double sovereign case, Birmingham 1909 by Deakin & Francis Of plain form with sprung section for two full sovereigns, with suspension loop, the interior of lid with inscription ‘To Harold from Alice, July 6, 1910’. With a monogram to lid in gothic script HVF. Fully and part-marked. Length – 6.5 cm / 2.5 inches Weight – 39 grams / 1.25 ozt £200-300

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11 A George V 9 carat gold vesta case / book of matches holder, London 1931 by Cohen & Charles Of rectangular form with canted edges, with basket-weave engine turned decoration throughout. Fully marked. Length – 6.1 cm / 2.45 inches Weight – 25 grams / 0.80 ozt £150-250 12 An early 20th century gold pen knife circa 1900-1930 with Swedish import marks for gold Of simple form with engine turned decoration throughout and two folding steel blades with suspension loop. Marked to the suspension loop. Length – 8.7 cm / 3.75 inches £150-250

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20 Literary interest – A George IV antique sterling silver cigar / cheroot case, London 1829 by John Teare Of oval cylindrical form, the lid with stand-away hinge. Basket-weave engine turned decoration throughout, with an literary inscription to one side “Sublime tobacco! which, from east to west, Cheers the Tar’s labor or the Turkman’s rest; Which on the Moslem’s ottoman divides, His hours, and rivals opium and his brides; Magnificent in Stamboul, but less grand, Though not less loved, in Wapping or the Strand; Divine in hookahs, glorious in a pipe, When tipped with amber, mellow, rich and ripe; Like other charmers, wooing the caress More dazzlingly when daring in full dress; Yet they true lovers more admire, by far, Thy naked beauties – Give me a cigar!”. The end with a circular vacant cartouche one with a remnant of an inscription and date. Fully marked to the flange and part marked to inside of lid. Length – 11.9 cm / 4.3 inches Weight – 104 grams / 3.34 ozt £300-500 The quote is from The Island, Canto II, stanza XIX (1823) by Lord Byron (1788-1824) 21 A Victorian antique sterling silver snuff box, Birmingham 1839 by Edward Smith Of rectangular form with cast foliate scroll rim, the lid with cavetto edge and engine turned decoration surrounding the name Adam George in gothic script framed with cast foliate scrolls. Engine turned decoration throughout, gilt interior. Fully marked to base and lid interior. Length – 7.8 cm / 3.1 inches Weight – 115 grams / 3.7 ozt £150-200 Selected highlights only, for the full sale please see online.

22 A George IV antique sterling silver and agate snuff box, Birmingham 1826 by Joseph Wilmore Of rectangular form with canted corners, the mount with basketweave engine turned decoration and flush hinge, the lid and base of agate panels. Gilt interior, fully marked to the base flange. Length – 7 cm / 2.75 inches £200-300 23 Brewery Interest – A William IV antique sterling silver snuff box, Birmingham 1834 by Joseph Wilmore Of rectangular form, the lid raised by a foliate scroll thumbpiece, basket-weave engine turned decoration throughout with reeded sides, the lid engraved with the crest of a crescent above the initials J.N. Gilt interior, fully marked on lid and base interior. Length – 7 cm / 2.75 inches Weight – 54 grams / 1.74 ozt £100-150 The crest is of the Nimmo family of Castle Eden, Co. Durham A John Nimmo (c.1801 – 1867) began the brewery at the Castle Eden Inn, which became J.Nimmo & Son Ltd. producing Castle Eden Ale.

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30 A rare Victorian antique sterling silver and enamel novelty match case / vesta, Birmingham 1888 by Horton & Allday Of rectangular form, the lid enamelled with a rebus puzzle with a vacant cartouche reading ‘I am <blank>, Who the Devil are you?’. With a striker to the side. Fully and part-marked to base and lid interior. Length – 4.2 cm / 1.7 inches Weight – 27 grams / 0.87 ozt £300-500 32 A rare Victorian antique sterling silver novelty scent bottle, London 1886 by Walter Thornhill Modelled as a paint tube with screw cap and gilt interior. The body enamelled with an imitation paper label reading ‘Walter Thornhill & Co, Vandyke Brown, 144 New Bond StW’, fully marked on base and lid, also stamped with registered design number Rd No 37286. Length – 7.2 cm / 2.9 inches Weight – 34 grams / 1.09 ozt £250-350

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33 An Edwardian antique sterling silver gilt novelty stamp box, London 1905 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Modelled as a Georgian knife box, the lid engraved with garlands of flowers and ribbons with a vacant cartouche. Fully marked to side and part marked to lid. Height – 6 cm / 2.25 inches Weight – 124 grams / 3.99 ozt £120-160 34 A Victorian antique sterling silver and enamel novelty vesta case, Birmingham 1893 by LA & Co (Untraced) Of plain form with an enamelled inset plaque with a rebus puzzle reading ‘A match for you at any time’. The reverse with inscription To E.B from A.C.B 3rd April 1895. Fully and part-marked. Length – 5.2 cm / 2.05 inches Weight – 33 grams / 1.06 ozt £300-500

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A selection from a private collection of gold pencils

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40 A Victorian 18 carat gold triple propelling pencil circa 1880 by Sampson Mordan & Co With ‘presto’ patent, enamelled three colour body with three push button released pencils, with suspension loop. Stamped S.Mordan & Co and 18 carat gold. Length – 8.5 cm / 3.45 inches Weight – 42 grams / 1.35 ozt £300-500 41 A Victorian 9 carat gold triple propelling pencil, circa 1880 by Sampson Mordan & Co With triple slide release, with suspension loop. Stamped S.Mordan &Co 9ct. Length – 7 cm / 2.9 inches Weight – 24 grams / 0.77 ozt £200-300 42 A Victorian unmarked gold and enamel memorial propelling pencil, by Sampson Mordan & Co circa 1880 With opaque enamel decoration of flowers and scrolls in white and blue against a black ground, the urn shaped finial inset with hardstone. Reads; In Memory Of R.R. Maddison. Length closed – 9.7 cm / 3.75 inches Weight – 17 grams / 0.55 ozt £200-300 A pencil with similar enamelling was sold at Woolley & Wallis, 23rd Jan 2014 Lot 1264

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43 A late Victorian unmarked gold novelty propelling pencil, circa 1880 by Sampson Mordan & Co Modelled as an anchor in rope. With engraved decoration and ring attachment. Stamped M. Length closed – 4.6 cm / 1.9 inches Weight – 6 grams / 0.19 ozt £100-150 44 A late Victorian unmarked gold novelty propelling pencil, circa 1880 probably by Sampson Mordan & Co Modelled as an umbrella, with turquoise set mid-section and twist mechanism. Length closed – 5.3 cm / 2 inches Weight – 4 grams / 0.13 ozt £100-150 For a similar example see Woolley & Wallis, 24th October 2017, Lot 269

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45 An early 20th century 12 carat gold propelling pencil by Sampson Mordan & Co circa 1900 The textured body with ring attachment, stamped 12 ct. Together with a 9 carat gold propelling pencil bracelet, circa 1900 by Mordan and a 9 carat gold tooth or nail pick also by Mordan. (3) Weight – 35 grams / 1.13 ozt £150-250 46 Three 9 carat gold propelling pencils, by Samson Mordan & Co Of cylindrical form with engine turned decoration, initialled M.N. With push drop release mechanism, and ring attachment London 1898. Together with a plain example with slide release, marks obscured engraved with a dated signature for 1935. Together with another plain bullet form example with removable pencil section, the case with ring attachment London 1930. (3) Length closed (1898) – 7.9 cm / 3.05 inches Weight – 70 grams / 2.25 ozt £150-250

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47 Three George V 9 carat gold propelling pencils by Sampson Mordan & Co One with reeded and dotted body with suspension loop, initialled, London 1919. Another with push and drop mechanism, the heptagonal body with engine turned decoration London 1929. Another smaller example with engine turned and dotted decoration to the cylindrical body with ring attachment London 1922. (3) Longest (closed) – 7.8 cm / 3 inches Weight – 59 grams / 1.9 ozt £150-250 48 A Victorian 9 carat gold propelling pencil, circa 1880 by Sampson Mordan & Co Of heptagonal form, with top sprung push release. The body with rotating weekly perpetual calendar in opaque blue and red enamel, engine turned decoration otherwise, with suspension loop. Stamped S. Mordan & Co 9 ct. Length – 7.3 cm / 2.9 inches Weight – 26 grams / 0.84 ozt £150-200

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49 Four late 19th / early 20th century 10 carat gold propelling pencils, by Sampson Mordan & Co One of plain bullet form with ring attachment, another with reeded decoration with extending mechanism, another of hexagonal form with bloodstone inset finial, another with textured decoration and a ring attachment. All marked with Mordan’s arrow mark for 10 carat gold. (4) Length closed approx. – 4.6 cm / 1.75 inches Weight – 26 grams / 0.84 ozt £200-300 50 Three Victorian 10 carat gold propelling pencils, by Sampson Mordan & Co circa 1880 Each of a similar hexagonal form with baluster finial. Two with engraved names and dates, one reading ‘Presented to Mr F.E.Thompson by the employees of messrs J.Feline & Co of the St James Brassfoundry, Wolverhampton, June 30th 1881’. Each with hardstone tops, all marked with Mordan’s arrow mark for 10 carat gold. (3) £120-160

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51 Three late Victorian 10 carat gold propelling pencils by Sampson Mordan & Co One a combined dip pen and pencil with textured body. Another with hardstone seal top and the other with ring attachment. All marked with Mordan’s arrow mark for 10 carat gold. (3) Length of pen example (closed) – 8.8 cm / 3.5 inches Weight – 38 grams / 1.22 ozt £150-250 52 A late Victorian 10 carat gold and shagreen pencil, by Sampson Mordan & Co circa 1900 Of cylindrical form with push button release, stamped S. Mordan & Co Patt 18435-89. Together with a gold propelling pencil with engraved decoration with an amethyst inset top, with name C.J. Capponi. Together with a gold tooth / nail pick of hexagonal form with bloodstone inset top. All marked with Mordan’s arrow mark for 10 carat gold. (3) Length of shagreen example (closed) – 8.8 cm / 3.48 inches £150-250

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78 75 A Victorian antique sterling silver mounted Worcester porcelain novelty scent bottle, London 1885 by Sampson Mordan & Co Circular form transfer print decorated as two willow pattern plates. Marked underneath Rd 29260, the lid fully marked. Length – 5.5 cm / 2.25 inches £120-160 A scent bottle of the same form is illustrated in Launert, E., Scent & Scent Bottles, 1974, p.109 76 A Victorian antique sterling silver mounted scent bottle, London 1887 by Sampson Mordan & Co Of circular form covered in snakeskin. The lid fully marked. Length – 6 cm / 2.4 inches £120-160 77 A Victorian antique sterling silver mounted stoneware novelty scent bottle, Chester 1893 by Cornelius Sanders & Frank Shepard In the form of a golf ball, marked underneath with Rd No 217294 with an S & S in an hourglass. The lid fully marked. Height – 5.5 cm / 2.25 inches £150-250

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78 A Victorian antique sterling silver mounted earthenware scent bottle, Birmingham 1886 by Cornelius Sanders & Frank Shepard Of cylindrical form, transfer print decorated with tobacco leaf type decoration, probably Staffordshire. The lid fully marked. Together with another novelty example of circular form in bisque stoneware painted to simulate embroidery, the plain lid Chester 1890 maker’s mark obscured, attributed to Cornelius Sanders & Frank Shepard. (2) Birmingham example length – 7.5 cm / 3 inches £150-250 79 Two Victorian antique sterling silver mounted stoneware novelty scent bottles, one London 1887, the other with worn date letter, both by Sampson Mordan & Co Each formed as speckled eggs, the smaller one for 1887. Each fully marked. (2) Largest – 6.3 cm / 2.5 inches £150-250 80 A Victorian antique sterling silver mounted earthenware scent bottle, London 1884 by Mappin Brothers Of tapering form decorated in Gaudy Welsh design, the lid decorated with engraved ferns and fully marked. Together with another smaller Gaudy Welsh scent bottle of cylindrical form with an unmarked embossed silver lid. (2) Mappin example length – 11.7 cm / 4.6 inches £150-250 *See inside front cover for information regarding fees


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81 A Victorian antique sterling silver scent bottle, Birmingham 1888 by James Swann Of circular form with chased decoration of roses against a matted ground, a fluted lid, all held from a suspension chain and loop. Fully marked and part-marked. Diameter – 3.5 cm / 1.4 inches Weight – 16 grams / 0.51 ozt £100-200 82 A Victorian antique sterling silver mounted scent bottle / flask, Birmingham 1899 by Miller Brothers The icicle shaped body in clear glass flashed with cranberry and cut in an octagonal hobnail pattern. The screw globular lid with chased decoration, fully marked to the neck. Together with another Victorian scent bottle, Birmingham 1895 by ?&S also stamped Sterling. The heart shaped body with panels of cut hobnail pattern and the globular lid with chased decoration and a stand away hinge, stopper present. (2) Icicle shaped example length – 16 cm / 6.25 inches £150-250 83 A late 19th century French 800 standard silver and glass scent bottle, circa 1880 Of tapered cylindrical form, the glass body over laid with lattice work, the globular lid with chased decoration raised by a stand away hinge, all from a suspension chain. The neck with French assay mark. Stopper present. Height – 8 cm / 3.2 inches £120-160 Selected highlights only, for the full sale please see online.

84 A Victorian antique sterling silver scent bottle / flask, London 1884 by Sampson Mordan Of conical form with finely chased decoration of foliage and scrolls against a matted ground. Both elements fully marked. Length – 13.9 cm / 5.5 inches £150-250 85 A late 19th century American antique sterling silver scent flask, stamped sterling, maker’s mark a lion passant and a B Of oval form, all over decorated with flowers and foliage. Height – 13 cm / 5.11 inches Weight – 79 grams / 2.5 ozt £300-500 86 A large Victorian antique sterling silver scent bottle / flask, Birmingham 1890 by A & J Zimmerman Ltd Of conical form with chased decoration of flower heads and foliage, the globular lid similarly embossed. The body and lid both fully marked, each with differing date letter for 1890. Length – 18.5 cm / 7.25 inches £200-300

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100 A Victorian antique sterling silver, guilloche enamel and cut-glass cream jar, London 1899 by Sampson Mordan & Co Of cyclical form, the lid with pierced scroll work and enamelled decoration in translucent red, light blue heightened with gilding all encircled in with deep blue translucent enamel. The body cut in an octagonal hobnail pattern. With gilt interior with glass plug. Fully and part marked. Height – 10.5 cm / 4 inches £250-350

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103 A George V sterling silver and 9 carat gold cigarette case, London 1924 by Charles & Richard Comyns Of rectangular form with engine turned decoration interspaced by unmarked 9 carat gold bands. With a wooden interior. Length – 14 cm / 5.5 inches £200-300 108 A Victorian antique sterling silver mounted scent bottle, Birmingham 1898 by Henry Mathews The trapezoid clear glass body with octagonal hobnail pattern cut base. The mounts of ornate pierced scroll work with a rounded lid with a stand away hinge. Stopper included. Height – 14 cm / 5.5 inches £120-160

109 A George V antique sterling silver and guilloche enamel dressing table set, London 1931 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Comprising a hairbrush, clothes brush, a square topped jar, two circular topped jars of differing sizes and a rectangular mirror with leather backing. Each decorated with translucent green enamel, the jar lids with gilt interiors. (6) Mirror height – 23 cm / 9 inches £220-260

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111 A mid-19th century unmarked silver gilt and guilloche enamel scent bottle / flacon, probably French circa 1840-60 the body of translucent royal blue guilloche enamel with gilt leaf capped scrolling arms with cut paste set mounts, with a suspended baroque pearl (untested) below. The body with paste set flower springs and initials to the other side, all suspended from a box chain interspaced with enamelled beads and baroque pearls (untested). Length of body – 6 cm / 2.25 inches £150-250

112 A late 19th century Viennese enamel and gilt metal novelty salt, Vienna circa 1880 In the form of a monkey atop a unicycle pulling a cart, the interior decorated in sepia monochrome with a scene of an older man embracing a fallen angel boy clutching feathers in his hand and pointing to a cupid, all within a classical setting against a pink ground. The exterior decorated with swans and a cupid amongst scroll work. Length – 11 cm / 4.25 inches £200-300

113 A mid-18th century English gilt metal mounted enamel bonbonnière, South Staffordshire circa 1770 Modelled as an apple. Diameter – 5.5 cm / 2.1 inches £800-1200

119 A cased late Victorian sterling silver-mounted and enamel travelling clock, London 1897, by William Gibson & John Lawrence Langman, for the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company Of plain rectangular form, the dial with dark green enamel on an engine-turned ground, with bracket handle, raised on four bun feet, fitted in a leather case. Height – 8.5 cm / 3.3 inches £500-800

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120 A George V Art Deco sterling silver and guilloche enamel photograph frame, Birmingham 1923 by Henry Matthews Of rectangular form with ebonised wooden backing, front with basket weave engine turned decoration framed with geometric foliate motifs in transparent blue and yellow guilloche enamel reserved in opaque black enamel. Fully marked to the side. Height – 25 cm / 9.8 inches Width – 19.3 cm / 7.6 inches £200-300

124 λ A George VI Art Deco sterling silver gilt and tortoiseshell dressing table / vanity set London 1937 by Asprey Comprising; a hand mirror, two hairbrushes, two clothes brushes and a pin box. Decorated throughout basket weave engine turning. Each fully marked. (6) Mirror Length – 22.9 cm / 9 inches £150-250

125 A large Victorian antique sterling silver mounted cream jar, London 1898 by Charles & George Asprey Of cylindrical form, with ribbed body the plan silver lid engraved with a monogram JG in gothic script, raised by a stand away hinge, the gilt interior with a glass plug with a silver gilt handle. Full marked and part-marked and stamped Asprey Co New Bond Street. Diameter – 7.5 cm / 2.95 inches £120-160

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128 λ A George V antique sterling silver and inlaid tortoiseshell toilet jars fitted in a leather travelling case, London 1923 by Mappin & Webb In a rectangular stitched black leather case, initialled O.P.A.L to the front, the interior fitted with an assortment or silver mounted and inlaid in tortoiseshell toilet jars, brushes, button hook and shoe horn, as well as other leather-bound accoutrements. One oval toilet jar lid Birmingham 1924, the vanity set Birmingham 1924 both by Mappin & Webb. Length – 48 cm / 19 inches Height – 18.5 cm / 7.25 inches £300-400

129 A late Victorian sterling silver-mounted vanity box, London 1900, by William Comyns In the form of a commode with a blue velvet lined drawer, the top decorated with a scene within a foliate scroll border, raised on four leaf-embellished scroll feet. Length – 23.5 cm / 9.5 inches £600-800

131 λ A Victorian antique sterling silver fitted coromandel vanity case, London 1873 by Thomas Whitehouse The rectangular coromandel case with inlaid brass stringing and edges. Opening to reveal to an assortment of silver topped glass toilet jars with mother of pearl handled accessories. The front falling to reveal two drawers with recessed brass handles, each compartment for jewellery/ dressing items, one stamped ‘John Bagshaw & Sons, Manufactures Liverpool’. The inside of lid with tooled leather letters compartment behind bevelled glass removable mirror. The lid inset with an engraved brass plaque of a crest of a Talbot passant above motto ‘Mens Immota Manet’. Length – 35 cm / 13.75 inches Height – 23.5 cm / 9.4 inches £400-600 The crest and motto is for the Shaw-Yates family who took residence in Banwell Castle, Somerset between 1883 and 1905.

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132 Fiddle pattern – A George III Irish antique sterling silver canteen / table service of flatware, Dublin 1804 by J.S (John Shiels?) With place settings for twelve, comprising; twelve table forks, twelve tablespoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve teaspoons, three mustard / egg spoons, a pair of sauce ladles and a pair of basting spoons. The dessert forks Dublin 1804 by Samuel Neville. Each engraved with a crest of a wolf ’s head c issuing form a castle. (67) Length of basting spoons – 33.9 cm / 13.3 inches Weight – 2676 grams / 86.04 ozt £1500-2000 The crest is for the Bury-Barry family

133 Fiddle and Thread pattern – An assembled George IV – Victorian antique sterling silver half canteen / table service of flatware With place settings for six, comprising six table forks, London 1823 by Messers Lias, six table spoons London 1845 by Robert Wallis, twelve dessert forks (six for starters) four London 1854 by Elizabeth Eaton five London 1817 by John Lias, Six dessert spoons London 1827 by Charles Boyton and four teaspoons. Virginal erased apart from six dessert forks crested with a demi lion rampant holding a flag. (28) Weight – 2174 grams / 69.9 ozt £600-800

134 Hanoverian pattern – A Elizabeth II modern sterling silver half canteen / table service of flatware, Sheffield 1972 by Cooper Brothers & sons Ltd In the George II style, with place setting for six, comprising; six table forks, six soup spoons, twelve dessert forks (six for starter), six dessert spoons, six table knives, six dessert or starter knives, six teaspoons, four coffee spoons. The forks having three tines and the knives with scimitar blades and pistol grip handles. All fully marked. (58) Silver weight – 1597 grams / 51.35 ozt table fork Length – 20 cm / 7.9 inches £700-900

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135 Fiddle pattern – A George IV antique sterling silver half-canteen / table service of flatware, London 1829 by William Chawner With place settings for six, comprising; Six table spoons (one matched London 1809 by Peter & Willian Bateman), six table forks, six dessert spoons and six dessert forks. Engraved with a crest of a Talbot statant gorged with a collar. All fully marked. (24) Weight – 1370 grams / 44.05 ozt £400-600

136 Fiddle and Thread pattern – A George IV / William IV / Edwardian antique sterling silver half canteen / table service of flatware, mostly Sheffield 1905 by Martin, Hall & Co Comprising six table forks four London 1834 by William Eaton two London 1856 by George Adams, nine dessert forks Glasgow circa 1825 by Robert Gray & Sons, nine table spoons, ten dessert spoons, twelve teaspoons and two sauce ladles. All double struck and initialled with a Gothic G. (48) Weight – 2999 grams / 96.42 ozt £800-1200

137 Old English pattern - A George IV sterling silver half canteen / table service of flatware Sheffield 1937-9 by Roberts & Belk With place settings for six; comprising six table forks, six table forks, six dessert forks, five dessert spoons, four teaspoons (1934), two sauce ladles. All fully marked, (29) Weight – 1488 grams / 47.44 ozt £450-550

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138 A set of twelve George III antique sterling silver handled table knives, London 1815 by William Eley and William Fearn Each in a reeded pattern and later stainless-steel blades. Marked to the hilt. (12) Length – 25.8 cm / 10 inches £400-600

139 A Victorian and later antique sterling silver handled set of knives, some London 1849 by Francis Higgins King’s Shape Double Threaded pattern. Comprising six table knives London 1919 maker’s mark obscured and eight dessert (starter) knives by Higgins. The dessert knives engraved with dual crests of a dragon’s head erased and a flacon/eagle regardant with a branch in its beak. All with later stainless-steel blades. All fully marked. (14) Table knife length – 25 cm / 9.75 inches £200-350

140 A set of twelve George III antique sterling silver parcel gilt dessert knives. London 1792 by Moses Brent Each in a threaded pattern heightened with gilding, with silver blades. Later initialled to the sides with a monogram and to the other side DGG in gothic script below and Earls coronet. Marked to the blades and hilt. (12) Length – 21.5 cm / 8.5 inches £300-500

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141 A pair of William IV antique sterling silver basting spoons, London 1830 by William Eaton Of Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern, double struck with Union shell heel, virginal erased. Fully marked to reverse. (2) Length – 30.5 cm / 12 inches Weight – 325 grams / 10.45 ozt £300-500

142 A George II Irish antique sterling silver hook end basting / hash spoon, Dublin 1748 by John Laughlin Snr (probably) The terminal engraved with a crest of a Talbot passant. Fully marked to stem. Length – 32 cm / 12.5 inches Weight – 178 grams / 5.72 ozt £250-350

143 A pair of George III Irish antique sterling silver basting spoons, Dublin 1789/90 by John Shiels Of Bright Cut Star Celtic point pattern, each engraved with the crest of a goat’s head erased to dexter. Each fully marked to stem. (2) Length – 29 cm / 11.4 inches £150-250

144 A very rare George III Irish provincial sterling silver basting / stuffing spoon, Limerick circa 1780 by Maurice Fitzgerald Of bright cut plume Celtic point pattern, with single drop heel, initialled J H in flourished cursive script. Marked to the stem with makers marks twice and stamped ‘sterling’. Length – 31.6 cm / 12.5 inches Weight – 99 grams / 3.18 ozt £1000-1500 This spoon previously with Adams’s of Dublin, 14th March 2007 lot 66, a straining spoon of the same pattern by Fitzgerald sold Christies, London 29th of November 2011 Lot 358.

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145 A George IV / William IV antique silver fish slice, Aberdeen circa 1825-40 by William Whitecross Of harsh fiddle pattern, with a scimitar blade with pierced decoration. Initialled NW in cursive script. Marked to the reverse with maker’s mark and A B D in separate punches along with town mark of three towers. Length – 29 cm / 11.4 inches Weight – 128 grams / 4.12 ozt £200-300

147 A William III / Queen Anne antique silver trifid spoon, possibly West Country circa 1690-1703 by JB? With an oval bowl with lace back, the terminal with stamped decoration ad scratch engraved initials I * S over E* M with date 1703. Marked three times only to the stem with makers mark. Length – 21.5 cm / 8.5 inches £500-800

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146 A Victorian antique sterling silver soup ladle and basing spoon, London 1866 by George Adams (Chawner & Co) Of Fiddle and Thread pattern, double struck. Engraved with a coat of arms three fish naiant to sinister, surmounted by a helmet. (2) Basting spoon length – 30.5 cm / 12 inches Weight – 458 grams / 14.73 ozt £200-300

148 A George III antique sterling silver asparagus tongs, London 1798 possibly by William Bennett Of Threaded pattern, engraved with dual crests of wolf salient and a wolf sejant regardant. Marked across the tongs. Length – 24.3 cm / 9.6 inches Weight – 139 grams / 4.47 ozt £120-160 The crest is likely that for Biddulph

149 A George I antique Britannia standard silver marrow scoop, London 1718 by Issac Dalton Of conventional plain form, the heal with initials T.W, the large bowl with contemporary crest of a beehive thereon perched a dove with wings closed, holding in the beak a sprig of olive. Fully marked to stem. Length – 20.25 cm / 8 inches Weight – 55 grams / 1.77 ozt £100-150 The crest is possibly that of the Calrow family of Adlington, Cheshire and Walton Lodge, Preston *See inside front cover for information regarding fees


150 A mixed group of 18th and 19th century French and English silver flatware Comprising six silver gilt fruit knives with filled double threaded handles, four marked for London 1847 by Robert Garrard the blades with makers mark of Francis Higgins, the other two with marks for Paris 1752 by COB. Together with three dessert forks and a sauce ladle in an Unknown pattern in King’s shape, the forks Paris 1751 by COB and the ladle London 1847 by George Adams. All engraved with a cypher of interlocked C’s and a H below an Earl’s coronet. All fully marked. (10) Knife length – 20.5 cm / 8 inches Weighable weight – 269 grams / 8.65 ozt £200-300

151 A Louis XV French silver flatware group, Paris 1751 by COB In French fiddle and thread pattern, compromising six tablespoons and three table forks. All engraved with a cypher of interlocked C’s and a H below an Earl’s coronet. (9) Table fork length – 19 cm / 7.5 inches Weight – 682 grams / 21.93 ozt £200-300

The initials and coronet are attributed to Henry Hyde, 4th Earl of Clarendon and 2nd Earl of Rochester (1672-1753). Although these titles became extinct in 1753, the Baroncy of Hyde and Earldom of Clarendon was revived in 1756/76 respectively for Thomas Villiers married to Charlotte Capel, granddaughter of Henry Hyde. The 1847 extension of this service likely being commissioned by the Hyde-Villiers family as Earl’s of Clarendon (second creation) where the original mid-18th century French service descended through the female line. Thereafter by descent.

152 A George III / IV Irish antique sterling silver matched dessert set, the forks Dublin 1822 by James Scott Of King’s Hourglass pattern, double struck with union shell heel, virginal. The silver handled and blades knives Dublin 1818 by Samuel Beere & James Moore or Simon (Stephen?) Bergin & J Mahoney, retailed by William Law, engraved with a crest of a lion’s gamb, holding a trefoil slipped. All fully marked. (12) Weight – 350 grams / 11.25 ozt £200-300 The crest is for Milford or Phipps (later Hornby) Selected highlights only, for the full sale please see online.

153 A Canadian William IV/ /Victorian set of silver table forks and dessert forks, circa 1830-40 retailed by George Savage & Sons Of Fiddle pattern, comprising nine table forks and six dessert forks, engraved to the front with a gothic L. Marked with pseudo lion passant, duty mark and retailers stamp. (15) Table fork Length – 20.4 cm / 8 inches Weight – 794 grams / 25.52 ozt £250-350 Partnership of George Savage and his eldest son Joseph Savage. The firm retailed silverware made by Robert Hendery.

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154 Three George III antique sterling silver dessert spoons, London 1813 by Paul Storr Of fiddle thread and shell pattern, double struck with diamond heel. Fully marked to the reverse. (3) Length – 17.8 cm / 7 inches Weight – 160 grams / 5.14 ozt £100-200

155 A set of three Edwardian antique sterling silver and enamel tea or coffee spoons, Birmingham 1903 by Liberty & Co designed by Archibald Knox Each with twisted stems and circular bowls, the terminals with opaque enamel sections. Fully marked to the reverse and also stamped Cymric. (3) Length – 10 cm / 4 inches Weight – 30 grams / 0.96 ozt £100-200

156 A fine George IV antique sterling silver gilt christening set, London 1826 by Charles Rawlings Each of a decorative pattern, with acanthus, grapes, shells and beast masks, comprising a spoon, fork and knife. The fork and knife with filled handles. Each engraved with a crest of an eagle’s head erased with three wheatsheaf ’s in the beak charged with a hurt. Each fully marked. (3) Spoon Length – 17.2 cm / 6.75 inches Weighable silver – 80 grams / 2.57 ozt £250-350 A christening set of the same pattern from 1821 is illustrated in ‘Silver Flatware - English, Irish and Scottish 1660-1980’ (1984) by Ian Pickford, page 203

157 A rare set of eight Victorian antique sterling silver-gilt teaspoons and matching sugar tongs, London 1880 by Henry John Lias & James Wakely Of Stag Hunt pattern, virginal, the tongs London 1885. (9) Tongs length – 13 cm / 5.1 inches Weight – 276 grams / 8.87 ozt £350-450

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223 A mid- 20th century Art Deco Hungarian 800 standard silver canteen / table service of flatware, 1937-65 by WW over O Virginal, with place settings for twelve, comprising; twelve table forks, twelve table spoons, twelve table knives with stainless steel blades, twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve teaspoons, twelve coffee spoons, six cake forks, six fish forks, six fish knives, a large serving / basting spoon, large serving fork, a smaller serving fork. (105) Table fork length – 21.6 cm / 8.5 inches Weight (excluding table knives) – 4470 grams / 143.71 ozt £1500-2000

224 A mid-20th century Italian 800 standard silver canteen / table service of flatware, Palermo 1944-68 by Giuseppe Formusa Comprising; twelve table forks, twelve table spoons, twelve table knives, twelve dessert forks, twelve starter / dessert knives, twelve teaspoons, eleven coffee spoons, seven later coffee spoons, a serving spoon, a serving fork and a soup ladle. (93) Weight – 3099 grams / 99.64 ozt £800-1200

225 A Dutch 934 standard silver matched part canteen / table service of flatware, various makers and dates, Amsterdam 1897-1920, with maker’s mark mainly DVC & Zn, WHH and DO2 Comprising: nine dinner forks, nine table spoons, nine dessert forks, nine dessert spoons and twelve coffee spoons, the terminal of the table and dessert forks and spoons engraved with a coat-of-arms and a motto, together with seven table knives, marks illegible and six small 833 standard silver knives, four 1884 the other two 1932, with reeded handles. (Qty) Weight excluding knives – 2401 grams / 77.2 ozt

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238 An Alexander II Imperial Russian 84 zolotnik niello silver and silver gilt snuff box, Moscow, maker’s mark Cyrillic Be. (unidentified) Assay master Andrey Antonovich Kovalsky, of rectangular form, the lid depicting Falconet’s Peter the Great Equestrian Statue in an architectural setting against a gilt matted ground, the reverse with a view of the Old St.Petersburg Stock Exchange and Rostral Columns seen from the river Neva with boats in the foreground all against a matted ground. Gilt interior, marked inside. Length – 6.3 cm / 2.5 inches Weight – 50 grams / 1.61 ozt £200-300

239 An 18th century Dutch silver table snuff box, Province of Holland circa 1750-1800 Of oval form the base decorated with engraved bands of anthemia. The lift off lid surmounted by lion couchant regardant finial. The lid marked with province mark and zig-zag assay scrap. Length – 8.7 cm / 3.5 inches Weight – 87 grams / 2.8 ozt £150-250

245 A pair of late 19th/early 20th century Continental silver beakers, with pseudo marks, probably for Hanau, Germany Modelled as barrels, with gilt interior. Height – 6.8 cm / 2.6 inches Weight – 114 grams / 3.6 ozt £120-160

251 A late 18th/early 19th century Danish silver pepper caster, assay master Frederik Fabritius (1797-1823), Copenhagen or Aalborg, maker’s mark PH or PK Of urn shape, the lid with bayonet fastening and flower head finial, raised on a stepped base, engraved with the initial “G” to the front. Height – 12.5 cm / 4.9 inches Weight – 101 grams / 3.2 ozt £200-300

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255 λ A mid-19th century Belgian 800 standard silver three-piece tea service, 1831-1868, marked with script initials IVM? And with a C and bellows, the milk jug with the script initial mark and with another mark: HD below three balls Comprising a teapot, a sugar bowl and a milk jug, of compressed melon form, engraved with foliate scrolls and flowers, the lids with flower finial, raised on four scroll feet, the teapot with ivory insulators and bayonet lid. (3) Length of teapot – 24 cm / 9.4 inches, length of sugar bowl – 20 cm / 7.8 inches Weight – 1484 grams / 47.7 ozt £500-700

257 λ A 19th century Russian 84 zolotnik silver teapot, St Petersburg 1869, assay master Viktor Vasilyevitch Savinsky, by Karl Jarvelainen Of compressed circular form, the handle with ivory insulators, the hinged lid with mother-of-pearl finial. Length – 20.5 cm / 8 inches Weight – 389 grams / 12.5 ozt £400-600

259 A late 19th century German 800 standard silver second course/ dinner plate, by M H Wlkens & Sohne, Bremen-Hemelingen circa 1885, with retailer’s stamp for Hessenberg &co, Frankfurt-am-Mein Of shaped-circular form with reeded rim, the reverse engraved ‘1885 1st Januar 1910’ to the base. Diameter – 30 cm Weight – 675 grams / 21.7 ozt £200-300

260 A 20th century Italian silver ewer, Florence 1944-68 Of ovoid form, with gadrooned bands, the handle embellished with foliate motifs and terminating in a dolphin’s head. Height – 36 cm / 14.4 inches Weight – 628 grams / 20.1 ozt £500-600

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A private collection of French and Belgian coffee pots 265 A late 18th century French Louis XVI silver bachelor’s coffee pot, Paris 1787, maker’s mark illegible Of baluster form, with wood side handle, fluted spout and hinged lid. Height – 15.5 cm / 6.1 inches Total weight – 287 grams / 9.2 ozt £600-700 Cafetière égoïste en argent d’époque Louis XVI, Paris 1787, poinçon d’orfèvre illisible De forme balustre, avec manche latéral en bois noirci. Hauteur – 15.5 cm Poids total – 287 grammes £600-700

266 A 19th century French 950 standard silver bachelor’s coffee pot, with export mark for 1878-1973, maker’s mark VD with device between Of baluster form, with wood handle, decorated with flutes and a swag below the spout, the hinged cover with bud finial. Height – 12 cm / 4.7 inches Weight – 217 grams / 6.9 ozt £250-350 Cafetière égoïste en argent, France 19eme siècle, poinçon d’orfèvre VD avec diffèrent De forme balustre, avec une anse en bois et une prise en forme de bourgeon. Hauteur – 12 cm Poids total – 217 grammes £250-350

267 A late 18th century French Louis XVI silver bachelor’s coffee pot, Paris 1783-89, maker’s mark FP, probably for Francois Picard Of baluster form with ebonised wood side handle, raised on three plain feet, engraved with a crest engraved “circa 1760” underneath the base. Height – 16.5 cm / 6.5 inches Total weight – 424 grams / 13.6 ozt £600-800 Verseuse égoïste tripode en argent d’époque Louis XVI, Paris 1783-89, poinçon d’orfèvre FP, probablement pour François Picard De forme balustre, avec manche latéral en bois noirci, gravé d’une armoirie, gravée « circa 1760 » sous la base. Hauteur – 16.5 cm Poids total – 424 grammes £600-800

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268 An 18th century Belgian silver coffee pot, Mons circa 1760, maker’s mark of a bearded man Of baluster form, spirally fluted, with ebonised wood handle and scroll thumbpiece, raised on three scroll feet. Height – 23 cm / 9 inches Total weight – 508 grams / 16.3 ozt £2500-3500 Verseuse en argent, Mons vers1760, poinçon d’orfèvre tête d’homme barbu De forme balustre, a cotes torses avec une anse en bois noirci. Hauteur – 23 cm Poids total – 508 grams £2500-3500

269 An 18th century French Louis XV silver coffee pot, Arras, probably 1767, by Bruno Gerlier Of baluster form, with fluted body and lid, with ebonised wood handle and finial, raised on three stylised hoof feet, the lower body later engraved with initials within a cartouche. Height – 24 cm / 9.4 inches Total weight – 800 grams / 25.7 ozt £1200-1600 Another example, by the same maker sold for EUR 1375 lot 803, Christie’s Paris 6 November 2015. Verseuse tripode en argent d’époque Louis XV, Arras, probablement 1767, par Bruno Gerlier De forme balustre, a cotes droites, avec anse et prise en bois noirci. Hauteur – 24 cm Poids total – 800 grammes £1200-1600 Une autre verseuse, par le même orfèvre fut vendue pour 1375 euros, lot 803, Christie’s Paris, 6 novembre 2015

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270 An 18th century French Louis XV silver coffee pot, Aix 1763, by Jean-Joseph Bourgarel Of compressed baluster form, with wood handle, rocaille shell thumbpiece and plain finial, one side engraved with a coat-ofarms. Height – 17.5 cm / 6.8 inches Total weight – 617 grams / 19.8 ozt £2000-3000 Verseuse marabout en argent d’époque Louis XV, Aix 1763, par Jean-Joseph Bourgarel De forme balustre, avec anse en bois et poucier en forme de coquille rocaille, un cote gravé avec des armoiries. Hauteur – 17.5 cm Poids total – 617 grammes £2000-3000

271 An 18th century French Louis XV silver milk jug, Rennes 1764-66, by AntoineClaude Rahier Of baluster form, with scroll handle, the hinged cover with plain thumbpiece and with stylised snail finial. Height – 13,5 cm / 5.3 inches Weight – 262 grams / 8.4 ozt £2000-3000 Another example, by the same maker, sold for EUR 5250, lot 84, Christie’s Paris 13th April 2010. Crémier en argent d’époque Louis XV, Rennes 1764-66, par Antoine-Claude Rahier De forme balustre, avec anse en argent, et prise en escargot, reposant sur une bâte. Hauteur – 13.5 cm Poids – 262 grammes £2000-3000 Un autre crémier, par le même orfèvre fut vendu pour 5250 euros, lot 84, Christie’s Paris, 13 avril 2010.

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272 λ An 18th century French Louis XVI silver coffee pot, Saint Quentin/Valenciennes 1787, by Joseph Daulmery Of compressed baluster form, spirally fluted, with shell junctions and thumbpiece, with ivory handle, the hinged lid with flower bud finial. Height – 21 cm / 8.26 inches Total weight – 702 grams / 22.5 ozt £4000-6000 A similar example was sold for the equivalent of £22 000. Lot 592, Christie’s, 16-17 June 2001, Monaco. Verseuse marabout en argent d’époque Louis XVI, Saint Quentin/Valenciennes 1787, par Joseph Daulmery A cotes torses, avec anse en ivoire et prise en forme de bourgeon sur terrasse feuillagée. Hauteur – 21 cm Poids total – 702 grammes £4000-6000 Une verseuse similaire fut vendue pour l’équivalent de £22 000. Lot 592, Christie’s, 16-17 juin 2001, Monaco.

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274 A 20th century Belgian 800 standard silver four-piece tea service and tray, by Wolfers Frères, Brussels circa 1940 Comprising: a teapot, a hot water jug, a two-handled sugar bowl, a milk jug and a two-handled tray. Of octagonal baluster form, the pots and jugs with carved wood handle, with bud finials, raised on stepped feet. (5) Length of tray – 59.2 cm / 23.3 inches Height of hot water jug – 29 cm / 11.4 inches Total weight – 5296 grams / 170.3 ozt £1500-2000

276 A late 19th century Spanish silver tankard, probably circa 1880, stamped L’Anduiza Bilbao, also stamped with French import mark Of cylindrical form, with bellied lower body, decorated with ornate bands of geometrical, foliate and vine motifs, the larger central band with vacant shields surrounded with foliate scrolls on a matted ground, the hinged lid with foliate finial, the foliate handle terminating in a mask, raised on a rope twist foot with a beaded edge, with gilt interior. Height – 38 cm / 14.9 inches Weight – 3321 grams / 106.7 ozt £3000-4000

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278 A late 19th century German 800 standard silver historismus cup and cover, Bremen circa 1890, by Wilkens & Söhne Of tapering cylindrical form, the body embellished with elongated lobes, raised on a spread-circular foot, the domed and lobed cover with open work oak leaves finial, with gilt interior, engraved “A “ below a coronet below the rim. Height – 53 cm / 20.8 inches Weight – 1186 grams / 38.1 ozt £2000-3000 The crowned initial is for Adolf I Fürst zu Shaumburg-Lippe. The cup was donated as a trophy as described in the note included in this lot.

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279 λ A Victorian antique sterling silver three-piece tea service, London 1854, by William Hewitt, together with a matching silver-plated tea kettle Of pear form, engraved with foliate scrolls and vacant reserves, the teapot and sugar bowl with scroll handle, the teapot with ceramic insulators, domed hinged lid and bud finial, the sugar bowl and cream jug with gilt interior, the kettle with ivory insulators and raised on four scroll feet terminating in a shell. (4) Height of kettle – 45 cm / 17.7 inches Height of teapot – 18 cm / 7 inches Weight of silver – 1175 grams / 37.7 ozt £600-800

280 λ An Edwardian antique sterling silver three-piece bachelor tea set, Sheffield 1906 by James Dixon & Sons Comprising a teapot, milk jug and twin handled sugar bowl, each of oval form with three quarter fluted decoration raised on four ball feet. The teapot with wooden finial and ivory insulators. All fully and part-marked. (3) Teapot length – 20 cm / 8 inches Total weight – 669 grams / 21.5 ozt £200-300

281 An Elizabeth II sterling silver three-piece tea set, London 1966 by Edward Barnard & Sons overstruck by Asprey In the George II style, comprising a bullet tea pot, a sugar bowl and milk jug. The teapot with fibre handle and finial. Each fully marked underneath. (3) Teapot Length – 26.5 cm / 10.5 inches Weight – 994 gram / 31.96 ozt £250-350 32

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282 An Edwardian Scottish antique sterling silver four-piece tea service, Glasgow 1904 by John Alexander Fettes Comprising a teapot, hot water pot, milk jug and twin handled sugar bowl. Each of ovid form with way rim sat upon four scroll feet card cut decoration to knees. The teapot and hot water pot with fibre handle and finials. All fully marked to shoulder. (4) Teapot Length – 28 cm / 11 inches Gross Weight – 1878 grams / 60.38 ozt £500-700

283 An Edwardian antique sterling silver four-piece tea service, London 1910, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons Of octagonal form with angular handles and stepped bases, the teapot with ebonised wood handle, length of teapot 26.5 cm / 10.4 inches, together with a sterling silver hot water jug, Sheffield 1908, by the same maker, of octagonal form, height 25 cm / 9.8 inches. (4) Total weight – 1624 grams / 52.2 ozt £500-700

286 A George III Scottish provincial silver teapot, Aberdeen circa 180020 by George Booth Of oval form with straight spout and wooden handle and finial. Marked underneath only with a G.B and A B D N in separate punches. Length- 27.5 cm / 10.75 inches Weight – 438 grams / 14.08 ozt £1200-1600 Selected highlights only, for the full sale please see online.

287 A George III Scottish antique sterling silver teapot, Edinburgh 1777 by William and John Taylor Of plain drum form, with straight spout and wooden handle. The lid with chain attachment and wooden finial. Fully marked underneath, the lid unmarked. Length – 24 cm / 9.45 ozt Weight – 458 grams / 14.73 ozt £300-500 33


290 An Edwardian antique Britannia standard silver coffee pot, London 1903, by R H Halford & Sons In the George I style. Of tapering cylindrical form, with wood side handle, the domed-hinged cover with bell finial and scroll thumbpiece. Height – 23 cm / 9 inches Weight – 596 grams / 19.1 ozt £250-350

293 A George II antique sterling silver sparrow beak cream jug, London 1737 by Richard Burcombe Baluster form upon stepped circular foot. Fully marked underneath. Height – 8.2 cm / 3.2 inches Weight – 114 grams / 3.67 ozt £200-300 Mark registered Feb 1724 294 A Victorian antique sterling silver cream jug, London 1884 by F B Thomas & Co In the 18th century Paul de Lamerie taste. Of oval lobed form raised in three lion paw feet with Lion mask junctions, the body decorated with flat chased strapwork and lattice work. The everted rim with a bifurcated C scroll handle. Fully marked underneath. Length – 8.8 cm / 3.4 inches Weight – 162 grams / 5.21 ozt £200-300

298 A George V antique sterling silver café au lait set, London 1927, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Of cylindrical form with ebonised wood handles and domed covers. Height – 23 cm / 9 inches Weight – 870 grams / 27.9 ozt £200-300

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300 λ A mid-Victorian antique Irish sterling silver coffee pot, Dublin 1858 by Robert W Smith In the early 18th century revival style, of octagonal form with embossed rococo decoration of birds, C scrolls and rocaille work. The spout with a mask to the front and a bird terminal. The lid raised by an ornate finial, the C scroll handle with ivory insulators. Engraved with a crest of a ram’s head erased with a three-leaf clover in its mouth, initialled ER in flourished cursive script to the other. Fully marked underneath, the lid unmarked. Height – 28 cm / 11 inches Weight – 1152 grams / 37.04 ozt £1500-2000 The crest is possibly for the Ramsbottom family Irish silver produced in the decades after the great potato famine of 1845-52 is uncommon. *See inside front cover for information regarding fees


301 A pair of George III Irish antique sterling silver sauceboats, Dublin circa 1770 by Richard Williams Of oval form with gadrooned rim raised upon three scroll feet with stylised shell junctions, each with C scroll handle with acanthus thumbpieces. Fully marked underneath, date letter obscured. (2) Length – 20 cm / 7.75 inches Weight – 860 grams / 27.65 ozt £600-800

302 A George III Irish antique sterling silver sugar bowl, Dublin 1785 by Joseph Jackson (possibly) Of circular baluster form upon a circular spreading foot, the rim with punch work beading, the body with embossed decoration of swags interspaced with rosettes, the base stylised leaf decoration. Engraved with a crest of a camel kneeling to a cartouche. Fully marked underneath, makers mark partly obscured. Diameter - 14.2 cm / 5.6 inches Height – 10.6 cm / 4.1 inches Weight – 246 grams / 7.91 ozt £250-350 The crest is for Hart

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303 A George III Irish antique sterling silver sugar basket, Dublin 1799 by Joseph Jackson Of shaped oval form with fluted sides upon a single pedestal base and shaped hinged handle. Decorated with bright cut engraved bands to the rim and base. Fully marked underneath and part-marked to handle. Length – 18.3 cm / 7.1 inches Weight – 294 grams / 9.45 ozt £150-250 Previously with Adams of Dublin, September 14th 2005, lot 130

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320 An Elizabeth II suite of two sterling silver salvers, Sheffield 1965 and 1966, by E Viners Of shaped circular form, with gadrooned rim, raised on three scroll feet. (2) Diameter – 32 cm / 12.6 inches and 38 cm / 14.9 inches Weight – 2066 grams / 66.4 ozt £700-900

321 A pair of George II antique sterling silver waiters, London 1753 by John Swift Of circular form in the French manner, the reeded rims with applied acanthus scrolls, the field flat chased with foliate scrolls and flower head interspaced with shells. Each raised on three shaped bracket feet with scroll terminals. Each engraved to the centre with a crest of a dexter fist grasping a rod upon a mount(?). Each fully marked to the reverse, scratch weights ‘pair 20”9’. (2) Diameter – 17.8 cm / 7 inches Weight – 589 grams / 18.94 ozt £1000-1500

322 An Elizabeth II sterling silver salver, Birmingham 1954, by William Suckling Ltd Of shaped circular form with pie crust rim, raised on three scroll feet. Diameter – 39.5 cm / 15.5 inches Weight – 1608 grams / 51.7 ozt £600-800

323 A George VI antique sterling silver salver, Sheffield 1937, by James Dixon & sons Ltd Of circular form with slant gadroon rim, raised on three shellembellished feet. Diameter – 30.5 cm / 12 inches Weight – 863 grams / 27.7 ozt £200-300

324 A William IV antique sterling silver waiter, London 1830 by William Bateman Of circular form with shaped foliate border, raised upon three shell and acanthus bracket feet, the field with flat chased decoration of foliage and scrolls. Engraved to the centre with a crest of a Lion’s head erased wearing a chapeau. Fully marked to the reverse, also stamped 89. Diameter – 21.4 cm / 8.4 inches Weight – 372 grams / 11.96 ozt £200-300

325 A George III antique sterling silver waiter, London 1766, by Richard Rugg Of shaped circular form, with gadrooned rim and shell and foliate border, raised on four claw-and-ball feet, the centre later engraved with a coat-of-arms and a crest of a demi lion rampant holding a covered cup. Fully marked to the reverse and with scratch weight 12”3. Diameter – 20 cm / 7.8 inches Weight – 371 grams / 11.9 ozt £400-600 The arms are those of the Worrell family of London.

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340 A George II antique sterling silver sugar caster, London 1733 by Thomas Bamford Of baluster form with applied girdle to middle section, the removable lid finely pierced with panels nought-cross and scrolls, surmounted by an urn finial. Engraved to the side with a crest of a crowned heart below motto ‘Quae Serata Secura’. Fully marked to base and maker’s mark and lion passant only to lid flange. With scratch weight 28-11-1. Height – 19.8 cm / 7.8 inches Weight – 335 grams / 10.77 ozt £250-350 The crest and motto are those of the Douglas family

344 A George III antique sterling silver sugar or condiment vase, London 1776 by John Robins Formed as a twin handled neoclassical urn upon a square base. The body and lid with panelled sections with matted decoration, the pierced border with embossed swags. The lid surmounted by an urn finial. Engraved with a crest of a helmet to dexter within a embossed garland cartouche. With a removable blue glass liner. Fully marked underneath base and lion passant only to lid flange. Height – 18.5 cm / 7.25 inches Weight – 221 grams / 7.11 ozt £300-500 The crest is possibly that of the Montresor family, latterly of Denne Hill, Kent

349 A Victorian antique sterling silver seven-bar toast rack, London 1856, by John Samuel Hunt Of shaped triangular section with ribbon tied reeded ring handle and rim, raised on four bracket feet. Length – 16 cm / 6.3 inches Weight – 425 grams / 13.6 ozt £150-250

350 A Victorian antique sterling silver open-work swing-handled basket, Sheffield 1844, by Hawkesworth, Eyre & Co Of circular form, decorated with flower heads and fruiting vine, raised on four acanthus leaves feet, with blue glass liner, the central cartouche engraved with initials. Height – 10.5 cm / 4.1 inches Weight of silver – 210 grams / 6.75 ozt £250-350 Selected highlights only, for the full sale please see online.

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361 A George III antique sterling silver jug, Dublin circa 1775, by Edward Boyle Of baluster form, with fluted section below the rim, the girdle embellished with rosettes, with wicker covered handle, the domed hinged cover with acorn finial. All upon a square base. Marked to rim and inside of lid. Height – 33 cm / 12.9 inches Weight – 936 grams / 30 ozt £1500-2500

362 A Victorian antique parcel gilt sterling silver ewer, London 1863 by Smith & Nicholson Of tall conical form with a tapering neck the single cast loop handle decorated with stylised leaves, the body with a cast and applied frieze of lions prancing amongst scrolling vines interspaced with bacchanalian wine cups and a female mask. The hinged lid surmounted by a figure of Aphrodite riding a dolphin. The base with an acanthus border and a serpent encircling. Fully marked to the body and part-marked to the base and lid. Height – 38.5 cm / 15.25 inches Weight – 1121 grams / 36.04 ozt £2500-3500

365 A Victorian antique sterling silver ewer / claret jug, Birmingham 1874, by Frederick Elkington Of tapering form, engraved with classical figures and motifs, and with a presentation inscription to Mr Rich. Hamorth dated 1875, and a crest below the spout, the loop handle with foliage junction. Height – 40 cm / 15.7 inches Weight – 908 grams / 29.2 ozt £1200-1600 38

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370 λ An early Victorian colonial / provincial silver hot water jug, probably Canadian, by Robert Hendry, Montreal circa 1840 Of barrel form with coopered sides, a plain domed lid surmounted by a ball finial. The C scroll handle with ivory insulators. Initialled to the body and lid with CR in cursive script flourished. Marked underneath only with makers mark RH and incuse devices. Height – 14.5 cm / 5.75 inches Weight – 422 grams / 13.57 ozt £400-600

375 A George IV antique sterling silver mug London 1835 by Robert Hennell III Of plain baluster form upon a singular circular foot with gadrooned decoration. The ornate double C scroll handle with acanthus thumbpiece and matted decoration, with acanthus junctions. Fully marked to the rim. Height – 15 cm / 5.8 inches Weight – 542 grams / 17.43 ozt £700-900

379 A late Victorian parcel-gilt sterling silver covered beaker, London 1881, by Henry John Lias & James Wakely Of cylindrical form, engraved with plants and birds in the Japanese manner, the stepped domed lid with lobed finial. Height – 18 cm / 7 inches Weight – 294 grams / 9.4 ozt £800-1200

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390 A suite of two Elizabeth II sterling silver stands, Sheffield 1965 and 1966, by E Viners Of circular form with open work scroll and grape border and with cast fruiting vine rim, raised on a domed-circular foot, the larger with two handles. (2) Length – 27 cm / 10.6 and 38.5 cm / 15.1 inches Weight – 2067 grams / 66.45 ozt £600-800

391 A George IV Irish antique sterling silver soup plate, Dublin 1821, by William Nolan Of shaped-circular form with gadrooned rim, engraved with a coatof-arms with motto and with a crest below the rim, engraved with a presentation inscription to the centre. Diameter – 25 cm / 9.8 inches Weight – 698 grams / 22.4 ozt £300-500 The crest is possibly that of the Earl of Erne, the coat-of-arms remains unidentified.

392 A late Victorian antique sterling silver second course dish, London 1899, by James Garrard Of shaped-circular form with gadrooned rim. Diameter – 36 cm / 14.1 inches Weight – 1659 grams / 53.3 ozt £800-1200

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395 A George III Scottish antique sterling silver cruet set, Edinburgh 1809, no makers mark Comprising three salts and three pepper casters. The salts of hemispherical form raised upon a square form base with reeded rims. The peppers of urn form upon a square form base with a reeded rim, the removable cover surmounted by a flame shaped finial. All marked to the side. (6) Pepper height – 14 cm / 5.5 inches Weight – 414 grams / 13.31 ozt £250-350

396 A Victorian antique sterling silver sauceboat, London 1888 William Henry Skinner After the model by Paul de Lamerie, the body formed as a turbo shell, raised on four scroll feet with stylized leaf junctions terminating in dolphin masks, the knuckled loop handle with eagle head terminals. Fully marked underneath. Length – 20.5 cm / 8 inches Weight – 475 grams / 15.27 ozt £500-700 A pair of sauceboat of this exact model by Lamerie, sold Christies New York, May 9th 2018 Lot 171 from The Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller (realised $100,000 hammer price)

397 A pair of George II antique sterling silver sauceboats, London 1739, by Aymé Videau Of oval form with shaped rims flying scroll handle, raised on stepped spade feet, engraved with a coat-of-arms within a rocaille cartouche. Length – 17 cm / 6.7 inches Weight – 493 grams / 15.8 ozt £600-800

398 An early George III antique sterling silver pair of candlesticks, London 1760 by John Hyatt & Charles Semore With stepped and gadrooned square form bases, the column with spirally fluted junction and gadrooned knops. The capitals partmarked with lion passant and makers mark for John Hyatt (Grimwade 1369), each with removable square shape sconces, both bearing a lion passant and one with the same maker’s mark. Engraved to the central knop with a crest of a lion rampant regardant holding between the paws a fleur-de-lis, remnants of the same crest to the sconces. Hollow cast, each fully marked to the inside base. (2) Height – 25.2 cm / 9.9 inches Weight – 1214 grams / 39.03 ozt £800-1200 The crest is that of Pryse of Gogerddan, Cardiganshire, Wales for John Pugh Pryse (d.1771) who was MP for Cardiganshire in 1761 and for Merionethshire. The I*H mark has previously been tentatively attributed to John Horsley, however the presence of this mark on this pair of candlesticks and its sconce demonstrates that this mark is definitely actually that of John Hyatt as separate from his short-lived partnership with Charles Semore, which given extant examples appears to have disbanded in 1760. This mark would have been in the lost large workers register of 1758-1773 and its presence on the main candlestick as well as the partnership mark can be explained by the modular construction of cast candlesticks within one workshop.

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402 An early 20th century Burmese silver Hsun Ok, offering dish, circa 1910 Of circular section, all over decorated with bands of foliate scrolls, with inner tray, with turret finial terminating in a bird, raised on a spreading base. Height – 69 cm / 27.1 inches Weight – 4066 grams /130.7 ozt £3000-4000 42

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405 A pair of large late Victorian antique sterling silver three-light candelabra, Sheffield 1899 and 1901, the detachable branches of one marked for 1926, the other with date letter invisible, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd With knopped stems and spool capitals, the detachable sconces with shell corners, raised on square bases with shell corners, loaded. (2) Height – 59 cm / 23.2 inches £3000-5000

406 An impressive Victorian antique sterling silver-gilt comport fruit stand set, Sheffield 1870 by Roberts & Belk Comprising a larger stand and smaller example each of the same form. Formed as a shaped circular bowl with flat chased decoration of foliate scrolls against a matted ground, the centre with a similarly flat chased ornament of strap work centred with a quatrefoil. The single circular foot with a panelled stem and plain knop, decorated again with flat chased foliate scrolls against a matted ground. Each fully marked to the rim and with a maker’s mark only to foot rim. (2) Largest height – 22 cm / 8.7 inches Smaller height – 18.5 cm / 7.25 inches Weight – 3832 grams / 123.20 ozt £3000-5000

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407 An unusual pair of George III antique sterling silver candlesticks, London 1764 by Ebenezer Coker With shaped tri-form bases, formed as scrolls and panelled sections. The spiral twisted columns with amorphous knops, each with a removable sconce of shaped circular form. The base and scones engraved with a crest of tree stump gorged with a belt. Both fully marked underneath, the sconces unmarked. (2) Height – 29.5 cm / 11.5 inches Weight – 1814 grams / 58.32 ozt £3000-5000 The crest resists identification, it is similar to that of the Bowman family

408 A pair of George III antique sterling silver meat dishes, London 1768, by John Jacob Of shaped-oval form with gadrooned rim, engraved with armorials below the rim, the base engraved No = 1 40”4 and No = 6 40, also engraved with later initials. Additionally marked with a WC in a circular punch, probably a retailers mark. (2) Length – 37 cm / 14.5 inches Weight – 2232 grams / 71.7 ozt £1500-2000

409 Jewish Interest - A pair of George III antique sterling silver sauce tureens, London 1813 by Craddock and Reid Of lobed rectangular form with gadrooned shell and scroll rims, raised upon four paw feet with shell and acanthus junctions, the twin handles with acanthus centre. The lids with fluted decoration and a central loop handle formed as a shell all on a ground of leaves. The lids later engraved with a crest of a mount therefrom issuant a demi lion rampant supporting a flagstaff, the bodies engraved with a coat of arms with helmet above the motto Think and Thank. Fully marked underneath and part-marked to the lids and finials. (2) £1500-2000 The crest is for Montefiore, the arms are Montefiore impaling another Of the Montefiore family, Sir Moses Montefiore (1784 – 1885) was the most prominent member, while these tureens do not represent him and his marriage to Judith Cohen, examples of his fine silver were sold at Sotheby’s From Earth to Fire, 25th October 2016 Lot 575. Sir Moses Montefiore was an important Italian and British Sephardic Jew, whose efforts in financing and philanthropy are seen as pivotal to the development of Proto-Zionism. 44

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410 A heavy George III antique sterling silver soup tureen, London 1810 by Thomas Robbins Of oval form with ovolo rim raised on four lion paw feet with lion mask junctions, the sides with two acanthus and shell topped scroll handles. The domed lid with gadrooned section surmounted by a central fixed twin scroll handle. Fully marked underneath and part-marked underneath lid. Length – 38 cm / 15 inches Weight – 3659 grams / 117.64 ozt £4000-6000 For a similar tureen by Robbins without the lion mask junctions see Woolley & Wallis, 20th April 2011, lot 1263 (£6000 hammer), an another similar tureen by Robbins sold Christies New York, 21 May 2014 Lot 98 £9500 hammer) Provenance: Purchased from Henry Willis circa 2000

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411 A set of six Elizabeth II modern Britannia standard silver goblets, Sheffield 1977 by Mappin & Webb In the James I style, with bucket shaped bowls with flat chased decoration, the foot rim with an egg and dart border, gilded interiors. All held within a fitted case, original outer box. All fully marked and with Jubilee mark. (6) Height – 16 cm / 6.25 inches Weight – 1433 grams / 46.07 ozt £500-700

412 A set of six Elizabeth II modern Britannia standard silver goblets, Sheffield 1977 by Garrard & Co In the James I style, with bucket shaped bowls with flat chased decoration, the foot rim with an egg and dart border, gilded interiors. All held within a fitted case, original outer box. All fully marked and with Jubilee mark. (6) Height – 16 cm / 6.25 inches Weight – 1509 grams / 48.51 ozt £500-700

413 A George V antique sterling silver fruit / punch bowl, London 1913 by C J Vander (Henry & Arthur Vander) In the style of a Queen Anne Monteith, of hemispherical form upon a singular gadrooned foot, the shaped rim interspaced with cherub masks. The body with light planished decoration. Fully marked to the side. Diameter – 26.5 cm / 10.5 inches Weight – 1168 grams / 37.55 ozt £300-500

414 A George V antique sterling silver mounted historical revival tigerware jug, Chester 1911 by Nathan & Hayes In the Elizabeth I style, with embossed mounts of strapwork encircling lion masks interspaced with fruit sprays against a matted ground. The lid surmounted with a scrolling finial raised by a pierced openwork thumbpiece adjoining a box section hinge. The plain salt glazed stoneware body of plain bulbous from with strap handle. Fully marked to rim and part-marked to lid and base. Height – 26.5 cm / 10.5 inches £400-600 415 A George V antique sterling silver mounted historical revival tigerware jug, Chester 1915 by Nathan & Hayes In the Elizabeth I style, with embossed mounts of strapwork encircling lion masks interspaced with fruit sprays against a matted ground. The lid surmounted with a scrolling finial raised by a pierced openwork thumbpiece adjoining a box section hinge. The plain salt glazed stoneware body of plain bulbous from with strap handle. Fully marked to rim and part-marked to lid and base. Height – 26 cm / 10.5 inches £600-800 46

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416 A pair of George III antique sterling silver goblets, London 1819, by John Edward Terrey Of tapering cylindrical form, applied with a band of flowers to the body and foot, engraved with initials. (2) Height – 13 cm / 5.1 inches Weight – 468 grams / 15 ozt £1000-1500

417 An Elizabeth II sterling silver two-handled tray, Sheffield 1966, by E Viners Of rectangular form with re-entrant corners and bracket handles. Length – 56 cm / 22 inches Weight – 1949 grams / 62.6 ozt £700-900

418 A George IV antique sterling silver pair of wine coasters, Sheffield 1823 by John & Thomas Settle Each of circular form with panelled sides and scrolling rims. The wooden bases with central bosses with initials JM in cursive script. Fully marked to the bases only. (2) Diameter – 15.4 cm / 6 inches £300-500

419 A pair of George III antique sterling silver wine coasters, London 1806 by Robert & Samuel Hennell Of circular form with gadrooned rims and wooden bases, the sided with pierced lattice work decoration with vacant cartouches, the central bosses with a crest of salamander encircled in flames upon a cap of maintenance, all below an Earl’s coronet and motto jamais arriere. Both Fully marked. (2) Diameter – 14.7 cm / 5.75 inches £1500-2500 The crest and motto is that of Alexander Home, 10th Earl of Home (1769-1841) whose efforts in dog breeding are considered to be the progenitor of the modern Labrador.

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420 λ A George II antique sterling silver tea urn, London 1759 by Benjamin Gignac Of ovoid form with two cast handles, the lid with a flame finial topped heighted with gadrooned decoration, all raised upon a circular stand with pierced decoration and a gadrooned edge. The interior concealing an iron heating element, the body with a cast spout with ivory spigot. The stand and lid engraved with a crest of a demi lion rampant holding in the paws a wreath of laurel, with a baron’s coronet above, the main body engraved with a coat of arms below a baron’s coronet. Fully marked to the base edge, inside of body and maker’s mark and lion passant only to lid. Height - 39 cm / 15.25 inches Silver weight – 2086 grams / 67.07 ozt £3000-5000 The arms are those of Bridgeman impaling Simpson For Sir Henry Bridgeman (1725-1800), 5th Baronet of Great Lever (E.,1660) and 1st Baron Bradford (E.,1794) who married Elizabeth Simpson in 1755. He was member of parliament for Wenlock between 1768-1794 and inherited Weston Park form his uncle the 2nd Earl of Bradford in 1762. This example represents one of the earliest English silver tea urns with another example of 1759 sold at Bonhams Knighstbridge 12th June 2013 Lot 360, believed to be used for dispensing hot water into teapot at the tea table, a tea urn is depicted in Johann Zoffany’s ‘John, Fourteenth Lord Willoughby de Broke, and his Family’ 1766 (John Paul Getty Museum).

Henry, Lord Bridgeman (1725-1800) and Elizabeth, Lady Bridgeman (1735-1806), pastel on paper by Daniel Gardner (1750-1805) Courtesy - The Trustees of the Weston Park Foundation, UK / Bridgeman Images

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Antiquities & Tribal Art

AN EGYPTIAN AMETHYST AMULET IN THE FORM OF A SEATED CAT Late Dynastic Period, 25th - 31st Dynasty, Circa 715 - 332 B.C. 2.5cm high. Provenance: Private collection, France, acquired 1978 £6,000 - £8,000

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4.7 Storage Purchased Lots not collected before 6pm on the day after the sale shall QVK]Z[\WZIOMKPIZOM[WN Â&#x160;XMZ4W\XMZLIaWZXIZ\\PMZMWN+)4\L shall be entitled to retain purchased Lots sold until all sums due have been XIQL\W+)4\L1N IVaX]ZKPI[MLTW\ZMUIQV[]VKWTTMK\MLLIa[IN\MZ \PM[ITM[\WZIOMKPIZOM[[PITT\PMZMIN\MZJMÂ&#x160;XMZLIaIVL+)4\L[PITT in accordance with the Law, have the right to sell the purchased Lot to recover payment of storage charges outstanding. Any balance proceeds of sale received after payment of all sums outstanding and due to CA Ltd shall be held for the account of the Buyer.

)Z\Q[\:M[ITM:QOP\[,ZWQ\LM;]Q\M 4W\[UIZSML_Q\P»)::¼UIaJM[]JRMK\\WITM^a Droit de Suite is a royalty payable to a qualifying artist or to the artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s heir each time a work is resold during the artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lifetime and up to I XMZQWL WN   aMIZ[ IN\MZ \PM IZ\Q[\¼[ LMI\P :WaIT\QM[ IZM KITK]TI\ML on a cumulative sliding percentage scale based on the hammer price excluding the buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premium. The royalty does not apply to Lots [MTTQVO JMTW_ \PM [\MZTQVO MY]Q^ITMV\ WN  Ã&#x201A; IVL \PM UI`QU]U ZWaIT\aXIaIJTMWVIVa[QVOTM4W\Q[\PM[\MZTQVOMY]Q^ITMV\WN Ã&#x201A; Royalties for Droit de Suite are as follows:

 ;PQXXQVO Any shipping costs that may arise subsequently to the sale shall be at the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expense. Such costs may include but not limited to postage, import and export permits where required and any other licence necessary for goods to be shipped outside of the European Union. +)4\LLWM[VW\Wâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬MZQV[]ZIVKMNWZ[PQXXQVO0W_M^MZ+)4\LUIa arrange insurance upon the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s request and at the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expense. CA Ltd cannot be held responsible for any damages that may be incurred to goods prior to the fall of the hammer.

Â&#x152;.ZWU\WÃ&#x201A;  Â&#x152;.ZWUÃ&#x201A;\WÃ&#x201A;  Â&#x152;.ZWUÃ&#x201A;\WÃ&#x201A;  Â&#x152;.ZWUÃ&#x201A;\WÃ&#x201A;  Â&#x152;-`KMMLQVOÃ&#x201A;  :MUMLQM[NWZVWVXIaUMV\ 1N \PM*]aMZNIQT[\WUISMN]TTXIaUMV\QVKTMIZMLN]VL[_Q\PQV\PM\QUM required as aforementioned, CA Ltd shall be entitled to exercise any one or more of the following rights or remedies additional to such other rights or remedies available: â&#x20AC;¢ To cancel the sale â&#x20AC;¢ To charge interest at 4% per annum above the base rate of Lloyds Bank Plc. â&#x20AC;¢ To resell the Lot on such terms by auction or otherwise entirely at CA Ltdâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s discretion. The Buyer will be liable for all costs including legal fees incurred in the sale and will remain liable for any shortfall arising upon sale. Â&#x152;<WWâ&#x20AC;«[Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬M\IOIQV[\IVa[]U[_PQKP+)4\LUIaW_M\PM*]aMZ\PM outstanding sums unpaid by the said Buyer Â&#x152; ?PMZM \PM *]aMZ W_M[ []U[ \W +) 4\L QV ZM[XMK\ WN  LQâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬MZMV\ transactions, to discretionarily apply any sum paid by the Buyer for discharge of any owed sums. Â&#x152;<WZMN][MMV\Za\W\PM*]aMZI\IVaN]\]ZMI]K\QWVIVLWZZMRMK\ IVaN]\]ZMJQL[Ja\PM*]aMZIVLWZ[MMSILMXW[Q\NZWU\PM*]aMZ entirely in the discretion of CA Ltd. â&#x20AC;¢ To exercise a lien over the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s property in the possession of CA Ltd as collateral for any outstanding sums owed and to exercise all the rights and remedies of a person holding security over any such property, whether by way of pledge, security interest or in any other way to the extent permitted by Law. â&#x20AC;¢ To commence legal proceedings for the recovery of the total amount due together with interest, legal fees and costs. â&#x20AC;¢ To take such other action as is permissible by Law and in the discretion of CA Ltd.

!4W[[WZ,IUIOM CA Ltd does not accept liability for loss or damage occurring to Lots after \PM[ITM+)4\L_QTT][MZMI[WVIJTMMâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬WZ\[_PMVPIVLTQVOXIKSQVOIVL shipping of Lots purchased, but shall not be responsible for any loss or damages that may occur whilst the said Lot is in any third partyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s care. +]T\]ZIT/WWL[QUXWZ\IVLM`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[ +]T\]ZITOWWL[UIaJM[]JRMK\\WQUXWZ\IVLM`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[=VLMZ EU Regulations related to the trade of cultural goods, export licences may be required for export outside of the European Union if the itemâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s value exceeds the EU threshold. Under UK Law, a licence may also be required for intra-EU trade. Licenses are issued by Arts Council England and it is the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s duty to WJ\IQV\PMU;WUMKW]V\ZQM[ZM[\ZQK\\PMQUXWZ\WN [XMKQÃ&#x2026;KK]T\]ZITOWWL[ For example, the United States prohibits the import of pre-Columbian monumental or architectural sculpture or murals, as well as any cultural OWWL[QVXZW^MVIVKMNZWU[WUMKW]V\ZQM[[]JRMK\\WIZUMLKWVÃ&#x2020;QK\[ The Buyer must verify local legislation prior to the sale in order to be assured that import or export is possible. +1<-;QUXWZ\IVLM`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[ +MZ\IQVMVLIVOMZML[XMKQM[IZMTQ[\MLQV\PM+1<-;+WV^MV\QWV4Q[\ML [XMKQUMV[IVLIVaXIZ\[WZXZWL]K\[\PMZMWN IZM[]JRMK\\WQ[[]IVKMWN IV export permit when leaving the European Union. )XXMVLQ`1[XMKQM[IZMIT[W[]JRMK\\WQ[[]IVKMWN IXZQWZQUXWZ\XMZUQ\ from the country in which the goods are to be imported. Such permits are necessary before applying for export permits and it is the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s duty to initiate the proceedings with the relevant authority. The Buyer must be aware that certain countries prohibit the import of some species or any parts or products derived thereof. For example, the United States prohibit all import of African elephant ivory, and any item containing parts that may merely resemble African elephant ivory must be accompanied by relevant documentation stating it is not the latter. ?WZSML Q\MU[ \PI\ IZM LI\ML JMNWZM ! IZM M`MUX\ NZWU QUXWZ\ restrictions for intra-EU trade and shall not require export licences. Please be aware that all Lots marked with the symbol Æ&#x20AC;IZM[]JRMK\ \W+1<-;ZMO]TI\QWV[ 53


4QUQ\I\QWVWN TQIJQTQ\aZMOIZLQVO+1<-;M`XWZ\TQKMV[M[ Where licences are required for importing or exporting outside of the European Union, it is the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s duty to obtain them. CA Ltd cannot be held responsible if the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s application for an export permit is unsuccessful. Subsequently, in the event of failure thereof, CA Ltd shall not permit cancellation or rescission of the sale. ?IZZIV\QM[ CA Ltd does not provide the Buyer with warranties relating to any Lot, unless required by Law. )]\PMV\QKQ\a_IZZIV\a 1V \PM M^MV\ WN  I 4W\ JMQVO [WTL I[ I]\PMV\QK ]VLMZ \PM KI\ITWO]M description and the Buyer provides evidence in the form of a written report by a recognised expert or test results that the said Lot is not, CA Ltd will refund the purchase price. <PM*]aMZ[PITTOQ^MVW\QKM\W+)4\L_Q\PQV LIa[NZWUSVW_TMLOM or any event giving reasons for suspecting that the item is not authentic, and within one year of the said sale. Any claim thereafter shall not be receivable. For the purposes of the present paragraph, authenticity shall JMLMÃ&#x2026;VMLI[\PM[\I\MWN I4W\\PI\Q[OMV]QVMIVLVW\INWZOMZaWZIKWXa 5. ANTIQUITIES AND TRIBAL ART 1UXWZ\IVLM`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[IVLZMO]TI\QWV[ )ZKPIMWTWOQKITOWWL[W^MZaMIZ[WN IOM]VTM[[KW^MZMLJaM`MUX\QWV WN TQUQ\ML[KQMV\QÃ&#x2026;KQV\MZM[\_QTTZMY]QZMIV-=4QKMVKMNWZM`XWZ\\WI third country, regardless of their value. 1\ Q[ ZMKWUUMVLML \PI\ \PM *]aMZ KWV\IK\ \PM -`XWZ\ 4QKMV[QVO =VQ\ at Arts Council England in order to be assured the good is or not of TQUQ\MLIZKPIMWTWOQKITWZ[KQMV\QÃ&#x2026;KQV\MZM[\ Archaeological goods found on United-Kingdom soil or in UK \MZZQ\WZQIT _I\MZ[ W^MZ  aMIZ[ WN  IOM [PITT ZMY]QZM I =3 4QKMVKM regardless of their value and regardless of the export destination. 7\PMZIZKPIMWTWOQKITWJRMK\[ZMOIZLTM[[WN \PMQZWZQOQV_QTTZMY]QZMIV 1VLQ^QL]IT4QKMVKMWZ7/-4LMXMVLQVOWV\PMQZ^IT]M Both European-Union and UK Licences may be required simultaneously NWZ[WUMQ\MU[1\Q[\PM*]aMZ¼[L]\a\W]VLMZ\ISM\PMVMKM[[IZa[\MX[ CA Ltd cannot be held responsible and the sale cannot be cancelled in the event of failure to obtain the relevant licences. 6. JEWELLERY /MU[\WVM\ZMI\UMV\IVLM[\QUI\M[ Many gemstones on the market have been treated so as to augment their appearance, in a reversible or permanent manner. Treatments under the present section may be but not limited to: â&#x20AC;¢ Heat treatment to enhance sapphires and rubiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; clarity and colour Â&#x152;7QTIVLZM[QV\ZMI\UMV\[NWZMUMZITL[IXXTQMLQVLQâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬MZMV\_Ia[\W enhance clarity of the stone â&#x20AC;¢ Staining Â&#x152;1ZZILQI\QWV â&#x20AC;¢ Coating Estimates provided by CA Ltd are deemed to be based on the fact that the OMU[\WVMUIaPI^MJMMV[]JRMK\\WIVa\aXMWN \ZMI\UMV\QV\PMXI[\+) Ltd shall not be responsible in the absence of mention thereof. ) KMZ\QÃ&#x2026;KI\M UIa JM Q[[]ML Ja I TIJWZI\WZa XZW^QLQVO _Q\P LM\IQTML information on the condition of the gemstone and any treatment applied \PMZM\W<PM*]aMZU][\JMI_IZM\PI\LQâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬MZMV\TIJWZI\WZQM[PI^MLQâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬MZMV\ approaches as to the degree or type of treatment for a particular gemstone. 1N  I KMZ\QÃ&#x2026;KI\M IKKWUXIVQM[ \PM 4W\ \PM *]aMZ U][\ JM I_IZM \PI\ Q\ Q[ merely a statement of the laboratoryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s opinion and in no way can CA Ltd 54

JMPMTLZM[XWV[QJTMNWZIVaUMV\QWV[\PMZMQV;]KPKMZ\QÃ&#x2026;KI\M[IZMLMMUML to be delivered with the Lot for informative purposes only. -[\QUI\ML_MQOP\[ 1N I[\WVM¼[M`IK\_MQOP\IXXMIZ[_Q\PQV\PMJWLaWN \PMLM[KZQX\QWV\PM [\WVMPI[JMMV]VUW]V\MLIVL_MQOPMLJa+)4\L1N \PM_MQOP\WN  a stone is stated to be approximate, the stone has been assessed by CA 4\L_Q\PQVQ\[[M\\QVOIVL\PMLMÃ&#x2026;VML_MQOP\Q[I[\I\MUMV\WN WXQVQWV only. This information is given as a guide and bidders should satisfy themselves with regard to this information as to its accuracy. ;QOVI\]ZM[ â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;)LQIUWVLZQVOJa@â&#x20AC;&#x2122;: When the makerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name appears in the title, in Chiswick Auctionsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; opinion the piece is by that maker. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;) LQIUWVL ZQVO [QOVML @â&#x20AC;&#x2122;: Has a signature that, in Chiswick Auctionsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; opinion, is authentic but may contain gemstones that are not original, or the piece may have been altered. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;) LQIUWVL ZQVO UW]V\ML Ja @â&#x20AC;&#x2122;: Has been created by the RM_MTTMZ QV +PQ[_QKS )]K\QWV[¼ WXQVQWV J]\ ][QVO [\WVM[ WZ LM[QOV[ supplied by the client. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;5ISMZ¼[ UIZS NWZ @â&#x20AC;&#x2122;: Has a makerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mark which in Chiswick Auctionsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; opinion is authentic. Some items may include parts or products derived from endangered [XMKQM[[]KPI[Q^WZaWZKWZIT;]KPQ\MU[UIaJM[]JRMK\\WQUXWZ\WZ M`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[;MM[MK\QWVWV+1<-;ZMO]TI\QWV[NWZUWZMLM\IQT[ 7. CLOCKS AND WATCHES All Lots are sold as seen. Clocks and watches are therefore not deemed to be sold in working condition. Absence of reference thereof in the description does not imply that the Lot is in good condition and _Q\PW]\LMNMK\[WZPI[JMMV[]JRMK\\WZMXIQZWZZM[\WZI\QWV CA Ltd makes no representation or warranty that any clock or watch Q[ QV _WZSQVO WZLMZ )[ KTWKS[ IVL _I\KPM[ WN\MV KWV\IQV Ã&#x2026;VM IVL complex mechanisms, bidders should be aware that a general service, change of battery or further repair work, for which the Buyer is solely responsible, may be necessary. Most clocks and watches are likely to have been repaired in the past, and as a result may include parts that are not original thereto. The United-States restrict the importation of watches such as Rolex, Frank Muller or Corum. Such models can only be imported personally by the Buyer and CA Ltd cannot assist with shipping thereof. Some watches may include leather straps derived from endangered species. Buyers may be required to obtain appropriate permits for QUXWZ\WZM`XWZ\X]ZXW[M[QVIKKWZLIVKM_Q\P+1<-;ZMO]TI\QWV[ CA Ltd acts in compliance with such legislations and shall take necessary steps where required. Subsequently, watches may be deemed sold without their straps. 8. FURNITURE =XPWT[\MZMLN]ZVQ\]ZMIN\MZ! According to The Furniture and Furnishings (Fire Safety) Regulations !  N]ZVQ\]ZM \PI\ _I[ ]XPWT[\MZML IN\MZ \PM [\ WN  2IV]IZa ! Q[ []JRMK\\WZM[\ZQK\QWV[QV\PM=VQ\ML3QVOLWU Exempt upholstered furniture that does not meet such requirements is deemed sold for purely aesthetic purposes.CA Ltd shall not be ZM[XWV[QJTMNWZTI\MZIT\MZI\QWV[\W\PMN]ZVQ\]ZMUISQVOQ\]VÃ&#x2026;\NWZ[ITM 9. FINE ART .QVM)Z\XIQV\QVO[I[QVKT]LMLQV\PMKI\ITWO]MLM[KZQX\QWV »@ ¼" 1V +PQ[_QKS )]K\QWV[¼ WXQVQWV Q\ Q[ IV I]\PMV\QK work by the artist.


»)\\ZQJ]\ML \W @ ¼" 1V +PQ[_QKS )]K\QWV[¼ WXQVQWV Q\ Q[ probably a work by the artist. »+QZKTMWN @¼"1V+PQ[_QKS)]K\QWV[¼WXQVQWVQ\Q[I_WZS Ja IV ]VQLMV\QÅML IZ\Q[\ _WZSQVO QV \PM IZ\Q[\¼[ [\aTM IVL L]ZQVO \PM period of the artist’s life. ».WTTW_MZ WN  @ ¼" 1V +PQ[_QKS )]K\QWV[¼ WXQVQWV Q\ Q[ I _WZSJaIV]VQLMV\QÅMLIZ\Q[\_WZSQVOQV\PMIZ\Q[\¼[[\aTMKWV\MUXWZIZa or near contemporary. »;KPWWTWN @\PKMV\]Za¼"1V+PQ[_QKS)]K\QWV[¼WXQVQWVQ\Q[I_WZS executed in that period and in the style associated with that artist. ».ZMVKP;KPWWT\PKMV\]Za¼"1V+PQ[_QKS)]K\QWV[¼WXQVQWVQ\Q[I_WZS executed in that period and in the style associated with a particular location. »5IVVMZ WN  @¼" 1V +PQ[_QKS )]K\QWV[¼ WXQVQWV Q\ Q[ I _WZS Ja IV ]VQLMV\QÅMLIZ\Q[\_WZSQVOQV\PMIZ\Q[\¼[[\aTMJ]\I\ITI\MZLI\MIT\PW]OP not of recent execution. »;\aTM WN  @¼" 1V +PQ[_QKS )]K\QWV[¼ WXQVQWV Q\ Q[ I _WZS Ja IV ]VQLMV\QÅMLIZ\Q[\_WZSQVOQV\PMIZ\Q[\¼[[\aTMIVLWN ZMKMV\M`MK]\QWV »)N\MZ@"1V+PQ[_QKS)]K\QWV[¼WXQVQWVQ\Q[IKWXaJaIV ]VQLMV\QÅMLIZ\Q[\WN IVIUML_WZSJa\PMIZ\Q[\ Lots sold ‘as seen’ or ‘as found’ are deemed to be sold in their present condition, with their faults and defects. The Bidder must be aware that purchase of such Lots is at there own risk.

CA Ltd offers no guarantee as to suitability for drinking of the wine or spirit. The Buyer must be aware of the risk that the taste of a wine or spirit may be altered due to factors such as age, storage conditions, oxidation, etc.

10. ASIAN ARTS

15. SEVERABILITY

1UXWZ\IVLM`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[ ?PMVLMITQVO_Q\P)[QIV)Z\[IVLUWZM[XMKQÅKITTa_Q\PQ\MU[UILMWN  exotic wood (e.g. all species of rosewood) or elephant ivory, the Buyer must JM I_IZM WN  QUXWZ\ IVL M`XWZ\ ZM[\ZQK\QWV[ QV IKKWZLIVKM _Q\P +1<-; Regulations. As aforementioned in the Section relating to such matters, QUXWZ\ IVL M`XWZ\ XMZUQ\[ WZ ZMM`XWZ\ KMZ\QÅKI\M[ UIa JM ZMY]QZML >MZQÅKI\QWVTM\\MZ[_QTTJMZMY]QZMLNWZZMM`XWZ\WN _WZSMLZPQVWKMZW[Q\MU[

Whenever and to the extent that any provisions of these terms would or might contravene the provision of any relevant legislation, []KP XZW^Q[QWV Q[ \W \ISM M‫ٺ‬MK\ WVTa QV [W NIZ I[ Q\ UIa LW [W without contravening such legislation and the legality, validity and enforceability of any of the remaining provisions are not in any way \WJMI‫ٺ‬MK\MLWZQUXIQZMLI[IZM[]T\

13. COPYRIGHT CA Ltd shall own the copyright on all images, illustrations and written material produced by or for CA Ltd relating to a Lot, including catalogue contents. Such copyright shall remain at all times the property of CA Ltd. Neither the Buyer nor anyone else shall use the abovementioned materials without the prior written consent of CA Ltd. ;WUM 4W\[ UIa JM []JRMK\ \W KWXaZQOP\ XZW\MK\QWV +) 4\L LWM[ VW\ guarantee said Lots are free thereof. 14. DATA PROTECTION The Buyer agrees that personal information transmitted to CA Ltd may be disclosed exclusively for the purposes of business, or as required by Law. CA Ltd shall not use personal information for any other purpose without the Buyer’s prior consent. CA Ltd never sell, lend or trade in personal data provided by any Bidder.

16. AMENDMENTS .QVM+PQVM[M8IQV\QVO[ +]ZZMV\ [KPWTIZ[PQX QV \PM ÅMTL WN  +PQVM[M 8IQV\QVO[ IVL +ITTQOZIXPa LWM[VW\XMZUQ\]VY]ITQÅML[\I\MUMV\[I[\W\PMI]\PWZ[PQXWZLI\MWN  execution. The limited right of rescission contained in the present terms and conditions does not apply to Chinese paintings. 6W\_Q\P[\IVLQVO QN  _Q\PQV   LIa[ WN  \PM [ITM WN  IVa []KP 4W\ \PM original purchaser gives written notice to CA Ltd that the Lot is a forgery and within fourteen days after giving such notice, the original purchaser returns the lot to us in the same condition as at the time of sale and demonstrates to our satisfaction that the lot is a forgery, CA Ltd will rescind the sale and refund the purchase price received. For this purpose, I»NWZOMZa¼Q[LMÅVMLI[I_WZSKZMI\ML_Q\P\PMQV\MV\\WLMKMQ^M 11. BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS *WWS[IVLUIV][KZQX\[[WTLI[QVKWUXTM\MIZMVW\[]JRMK\\WZM\]ZV[ Printed books may be returned for a full refund only if they prove to be defective in text or illustration. This shall not apply to the absence of blanks, half titles or advertisements, to un-named books or to books sold under the heading of ‘binding’ or ‘bindings’.

The current Terms and Conditions may be amended, verbally or in writing, prior to the sale. 17. LAW AND JURISDICTION The rights and obligations of the parties with respect to these Conditions of Sale and the conduct of the auction and any matters related to any of the foregoing shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the Law of England and Wales. .WZ\PMJMVMÅ\WN +)4\LITTJQLLMZ[IVL[MTTMZ[IOZMM\PI\\PM+W]Z\[ WN -VOTIVLIZM\WPI^MM`KT][Q^MR]ZQ[LQK\QWV\W[M\\TMITTLQ[X]\M[IZQ[QVO in connection with all aspects of all matters or transactions to which these Conditions of Sale and Authorship warranty relate or apply. All parties agree that CA Ltd shall retain the right to bring proceedings in any court other than the Courts of England.

12. WINES AND SPIRITS 1VIKKWZLIVKM_Q\PIOZMML[\IVLIZL[QV\PM\ZILMM[\QUI\M[[PITTJM LMMUML\WPI^M\ISMVQV\WIKKW]V\\PMÅTTTM^MT For the purposes of the present Terms and Conditions, the ‘Fill Level’ refers to the space between the base of the cork and the liquid in the bottle. Fill levels may vary with age or depending on the condition of the wine or spirit. Lack of mention thereof in the description is not a representation of IV»IKKMX\IJTM¼ÅTTTM^MTNZWU+)4\L 55


SPECIALISTS

20th CENTURY DESIGN James Nurse, Head of Department james@chiswickauctions.co.uk

JEWELLERY Sarah Duncan, Head of Department sarah@chiswickauctions.co.uk

ANTIQUITIES & TRIBAL ART Alice King, Head of Department alice.king@chiswickauctions.co.uk

Charlotte Peel, Specialist charlotte.peel@chiswickauctions.co.uk

ASIAN ART Lazarus Halstead, Head of Department lazarus@chiswickauctions.co.uk

Clive Moss, Head of Department

Yasuko Kido, Japanese Art Specialist yasuko@chiswickauctions.co.uk

carmen.donia@chiswickauctions.co.uk

CERAMICS & GLASS Dr. Jim Peake, Head of Department jim@chiswickauctions.co.uk CONTEMPORARY & URBAN ART Harry Parkinson, Sales Coordinator harry@chiswickauctions.co.uk DESIGNER HANDBAGS & FASHION Meg Randell, Head of Department meg@chiswickauctions.co.uk EUROPEAN WORKS OF ART & CLOCKS Rachael Osborn-Howard, Head of Department rachael@chiswickauctions.co.uk FINE ART Suzanne Zack, Head of Department suzanne@chiswickaucions.co.uk Jan Leman, Specialist jan@chiswickauctions.co.uk Rohan McCulloch, Specialist rohan@chiswickauctions.co.uk Krassi Kuneva, Head of Sales - Modern & Post-War British Art kkuneva@chiswickauctions.co.uk Melissa Van Vliet, Head of Sales - Old Masters melissa.vanvliet@chiswickauctions.co.uk GUITARS & MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Dr. David MacGregor, Specialist david@chiswickauctions.co.uk ISLAMIC & INDIAN ART Beatrice Campi, Head of Sales beatrice.campi@chiswickaucions.co.uk

PRINTED BOOKS & MANUSCRIPTS

clive.moss@chiswickauctions.co.uk

Dr. Carmen Donia, Specialist Nicholas Worskett, Specialist

nicholas@chiswickauctions.co.uk

Valentina Borghi, Head of Sales - Autographs & Memorabilia valentina.borghi@chiswickauctions.co.uk RUGS & CARPETS Mark Henry Lampé, Head of Department mark.lampe@chiswickauctions.co.uk Chris Vin, Specialist chris@chiswickauctions.co.uk SILVER & OBJECTS OF VERTU John Rogers, Head of Department john.rogers@chiswickauctions.co.uk Amicie de Villenfagne, Specialist amicie@chiswickauctions.co.uk WATCHES Matthew Caddick, Head of Department matt@chiswickauctions.co.uk WINE & SPIRITS Peter Mansell, Head of Department peter.mansell@chiswickauctions.co.uk


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SPECIALISTS

SALE CALENDAR

JUNE

20

WEDNESDAY

Post-War & Contemporary Art Urban Ar John Rogers

Amicie de Villenfagne

Head of Department Silver & Objects of Vertu john.rogers@chiswickauctions.co.uk

Specialist Silver & Objects of Vertu amicie@chiswickauctions.co.uk

26

TUESDAY

Summer Jewels Designer Handbags & Fashion

28

THURSDAY

29

FRIDAY

Modern & Post-War British Art

Antiquities & Tribal Art

JULY

03

TUESDAY

Interiors & Design Ceramics & Glass

10

TUESDAY

20th Century Design BUYER’S PREMIUM The buyer shall pay Chiswick Auctions Ltd a premium on the hammer price of 25% plus VAT on that commission. TELEPHONE BIDDING Please note that requests for telephone bids should be submitted no later than 5pm on the day prior to the sale.

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Islamic & Indian Art featuring the Arts of the Qajar Era (1794-1924) Rugs & Carpets

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Books from the Library of Giancarlo Beltrame, Part III, to include Other Antiquarian Book Properties Autographs & Memorabilia

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Silver & Objects of Vertu 19 June 2018

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London 19th June 2018

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Chiswick Auctions Silver & Objects of Vertu 19 June 2018