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WOO L LE Y & WA L LI S SA L I S B U R Y SA L E R O O M S

Fine Silver & Vertu

Tuesday 25th & Wednesday 26th April 2017


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Specialist Departments Please dial +44 (0)1722 followed by the number listed below

20TH CENTURY DESIGN Michael Jeffery Zoe Smith

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ARMS & ARMOUR, MEDALS & COINS AND MILITARIA Ned Cowell Gemma Bush

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ASIAN ART John Axford MRICS ASFAV Alex Aguilar Doméracki Freya Yuan Marta Olszewska

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ENGLISH & EUROPEAN CERAMICS & GLASS Clare Durham

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JEWELLERY Jonathan Edwards FGAA Marielle Whiting FGA

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PAINTINGS Victor Fauvelle Jo Butler

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SILVER Rupert Slingsby Lucy Chalmers

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TRIBAL ART & ANTIQUITIES Will Hobbs Gemma Bush

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VALUATIONS FOR INSURANCE & PROBATE Paul Viney ASFAV Clive Stewart-Lockhart FRICS FRSA

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MARKETING Tamzin Corbett

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ACCOUNTS Janice Clift (Office Manager)

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GENERAL OFFICE Sharon Ringwood Pauline Jones Nicola Young

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SALEROOM MANAGER David Jordan

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS Paul Viney ASFAV Chairman John Axford MRICS ASFAV Deputy Chairman Clive Stewart-Lockhart Managing Director

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COMPANY SECRETARY James Macarthur CA ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS Janice Clift Clare Durham Jonathan Edwards FGAA Will Hobbs Michael Jeffery Mark Richards Rupert Slingsby

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FINE SILVER & OBJECTS OF VERTU INCLUDING THE

ARTHUR HOLDER COLLECTION (PART III)

DAY ONE: Tuesday 25th April 2017 – not before 12.00pm, following the Private Collection of Snuff Boxes & Bonbonnières

DAY TWO: Wednesday 26th April 2017 at 10.00am VIEWING TIMES Friday 21st April Saturday 22nd April Monday 24th April Tuesday 25th April Wednesday 26th April

10.00am – 4.00pm 10.00am – 1.00pm 10.00am – 4.00pm 8.30am – 9.45am (day two until 4.00pm) 8.30am – 9.45am

ENQUIRIES

Rupert Slingsby 01722 424501 rs@woolleyandwallis.co.uk

Lucy Chalmers 01722 424594 lc@woolleyandwallis.co.uk

BUYER’S PREMIUM Each lot is subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 26.4% TELEPHONE BIDDING Please note that requests for telephone bids cannot be accepted after 5pm on Monday 24th April. ILLUSTRATIONS

LIVE BIDDING

Front cover: Lot 1322 detail Back cover: Lot 1057 www.the-saleroom.com Catalogue £12.00 (£15.00 by post)

Please register by 5pm on Monday 24th April.

Silver weights are in Troy ounces

Please note there is a 3% +VAT surcharge for using this service.

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DAY ONE: TUESDAY 25TH APRIL 2017, NOT BEFORE 12.00PM THE ARTHUR HOLDER COLLECTION, PART III

THIS SALE WILL START AFTER THE PRIVATE COLLECTION OF SNUFF BOXES & BONBONNIÈRES, SEE SEPARATE CATALOGUE

251. A collection of ten silver stamp cases, various dates and makers, of rectangular and envelope form, some with enamelled lettering and foliate scroll decoration, approx. weight 2.1oz. (10) £200-300

252. A small collection of five silver stamp cases, comprising: an Edwardian double one, by the Ahronsberg Brothers, Birmingham 1904, flat rectangular form, slide-action cover, plus one of envelope form, one of flat rectangular form, one with engine-turned decoration, and a modern one embossed ‘STAMPS’, approx. weight 2.5oz. (5) £150-250

253. An Edwardian silver double stamp box, maker’s mark JJ, Birmingham 1906, rectangular sloping form, with two panels, on a gadrooned rectangular base, length 6.3cm, plus another of trough form, Birmingham 1904, on four ball feet, approx. weight 2.9oz. (2) £100-150

254. An Edwardian silver triple stamp box, by the Deakin and Francis, Birmingham 1901, trough form, hinged cover with three glazed panels, on four ball feet, length 8.8cm, plus another of similar form, Chester 1900, on four scroll feet, approx. weight 2.6oz. (2) £150-200

255. A collection of four American silver stamp roll dispensers, circular form, hinged covers, two with engine-turned decoration and two initialled, approx. weight 5.8oz. (4) £150-200

256. A late-Victorian silver triple stamp box, by the Deakin Brothers, Birmingham 1898, trough form, hinged cover with three glazed panels, on four ball feet, length 8.8cm, plus another of similar form, unmarked, embossed foliate decoration, on scroll feet, approx. weight 3.7oz. (2) £150-200

257. A small collection of five silver stamp cases, comprising: a Victorian one by Saunders and Shepherd, Birmingham 1897, rectangular form, engraved decoration, plus two of envelope form, one of flat rectangular form, and a modern one embossed ‘STAMPS’, approx. weight 2.2oz. (5) £150-250

258. A collection of postage related items, comprising: ten various letter scales, including one by Christofle, a silver stamp moistener, a modern enamel stamp dispenser, a silver case, and an enamelled stamp brooch. (qty) £100-150

259. A collection of silver stamp boxes, comprising: an Edwardian one by Matthew Jessop, London 1902, rectangular form, slide-off base, with a glass stamp moistener roller, plus a triple stamp box, Chester 1900, an American triple stamp box, engine-turned decoration and a German double stamp box, embossed figural scenes, approx. weight 6.8oz. (4) £100-150

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260. A small collection of five silver stamp cases, comprising: an Edwardian one by L. Emmanuel, Birmingham 1901, rectangular form, embossed foliate scroll decoration, plus two of envelope form, one of flat rectangular form, and a modern one embossed ‘STAMPS’, approx. weight 2.3oz. (5) £150-250

261. An Edwardian silver triple stamp box, by William Walter, Birmingham 1901, trough form, the hinged cover with three panels and a gadroon border, on four ball feet, length 8.8cm, plus a single stamp box of similar form, Birmingham 1901, approx. weight 2.3oz. (2) £120-180

262. A late-Victorian silver double stamp box, maker’s mark worn, Chester 1900, rectangular sloping form, with two panels, on a gadrooned rectangular base, length 6.3cm, plus another of trough form, Birmingham 1906, on four ball feet, approx. weight 3.5oz. (2) £100-150

263. An Edwardian silver double stamp box / glass stamp moistener, by James Deakin and Sons, Chester 1902, rectangular trough form, with two hinged compartments with stamps set under glass and a central glass roller, on four scroll feet, length 8.8cm, approx. weight 1.7oz. £100-150

264. A small collection of three antique silver stamp cases, comprising: a Victorian one, probably by Robert Hennell, London 1869, rectangular form, the spring-action front with a portrait of Queen Victoria, plus one enamelled with a red cross, Birmingham 1904, and a double case of letter form, one enamelled 1/2D, and 1D, Birmingham 1903, approx. weight 0.9oz. (3) £150-250

265. An American silver stamp dispenser, oblong form, plain hinged cover, the front with three dispensing slots, gilded interior, length 14.7cm, plus another American silver stamp dispenser, oblong form, the hinged cover inscribed ‘Edna from Namau’, the front with two slots, approx. weight 10.5oz. (2) £200-300

266. An Edwardian silver triple stamp box, by H. Matthews, Birmingham 1905, rectangular sloping form, with three panels, on a gadrooned rectangular base, length 8.8cm, plus another of trough form, Birmingham 1901, on four ball feet, approx. weight 3.8oz. (2) £150-200

267. A set of American silver letter scales, by Tiffany and Co, cylindrical balance form, with a ring attachment and a letter clip attachment, length 9cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £100-150

268. An American silver triple stamp box, by Galt and Brothers, rectangular form, the interior with three sections, the hinged cover with a scroll border, length 9.2cm, plus another American silver triple stamp box, of rectangular form, beaded borders, length 9.2cm, approx. weight 7.1oz. (2) £150-200 3


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269. A set of Edwardian silver postage scales, by Levi and Salaman, Birmingham 1907, rectangular form, on a shaped raised rectangular base, height 8cm. £100-150

270. A set of electroplated letter scales and four section stamp box, by W.M.F, rectangular form, the hinged cover with stylised decoration, the letter scales with a circular disc, height 14cm. £100-150

271. A set of Edwardian silver postage scales, by Levi and Salaman, Birmingham 1902, semi-circular form, on a shaped raised rectangular base, the dial with ‘Inland Letter Post’, height 8.8cm. £100-150

272. A novelty silver pin cushion, maker’s mark worn, Birmingham 1910, modelled as a lantern, the hinged cover with a carrying handle and cushion, the front with a mirror, on a circular foot, height 7cm. £200-300

273. An Edwardian silver pin cushion, scissor stand and tape measure, by Arthur Pennington, Birmingham 1908, shaped heart form, on a raised circular base with a pull-out tape measure, height 17.8cm. £150-200

274. An Edwardian novelty silver pen wipe, by Levi and Salaman, Birmingham 1904, modelled as a standing pig, length 5cm. £120-180

275. A George III silver pocket corkscrew, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham circa 1800, tapering handle, plain tapering sheath, length 7.9cm. £250-350

276. A George III silver pocket corkscrew, by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham circa 1800, turned stained green ivory handle, tapering sheath, length 8.2cm. £300-400

277. A George III silver pocket corkscrew, by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham circa 1800, reeded tapering handle, and reeded tapering sheath, length 9cm. £250-350

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278. A 17th century silver squeeze-action spice / snuff box, maker’s mark PR crowned, circa 1680-90, oval form, the hinged cover engraved with buildings, the sides with chevron decoration, and base with engraved foliate scroll decoration, length 4cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £400-600

279. A 17th century silver squeeze-action spice / snuff box, maker’s mark PR crowned, circa 1680-90, oval form, the hinged cover engraved with a tent pitched outside a town, to the left a cloud and face, and inscribed ‘SI VOUS CHANGEZ IE CHNCERAI’, the sides with chevron decoration, and base with engraved foliate scroll decoration, with a chain and finger ring attachment, length 4cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £500-700

280. A 17th century silver squeeze-action spice / snuff box, maker’s mark TT crowned, circa 1680-90, oval form, the hinged cover engraved with a cupid, with a building behind, and engraved ‘MOVVOIR FAIT VNIR’, the sides with chevron decoration, and base with engraved foliate scroll decoration, length 3cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £500-700

281. A 17th century silver squeeze-action spice / snuff box, maker’s mark of AD conjoined, circa 1680, oval form, the hinged cover engraved with two cupids, with a windmill behind, the sides and base with engraved foliate scroll decoration, length 4.4cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £600-800

282. A 17th century silver squeeze-action spice / snuff box, maker’s mark DS crowned, circa 1680-90, oval form, the hinged cover with worn engraved decoration, the sides with chevron decoration, and base with engraved foliate scroll decoration, length 5.2cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £300-500

283. A George III silver snuff box, by Thropp and Taylor, Birmingham 1811, oblong form, the cover engraved with a hunting scenes within a landscape setting, flush hinged cover, gilded interior, length 6.3cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £250-300

284. A George III silver snuff box, maker’s mark only “GC”, probably Scottish, possibly by George Christie, Edinburgh circa 1790, oval form, engraved decoration, with a hinged side cover, the top inscribed ‘Taddy’, gilded interior, length 9.5cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £500-700

285. A 19th century Austro-Hungarian silver engraved snuff box, maker’s mark RP, Vienna 1840-49, rectangular form, the hinged cover engraved with a scene of the Schonbrunn, Wien, the sides and base with engraved decoration, length 8cm, approx. weight 3oz. £100-150

286. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ snuff box, Newstead Abbey, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1837, rectangular form, the hinged cover with a raised view of the Abbey, silver-gilt interior, foliate, engine-turned sides and base, the base with a vacant cartouche, length 6.2cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. £500-700

Provenance: purchased in these rooms, Silver, 19 October 2005, lot 686.

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287. A George II Scottish ivory snuff mull, circa 1740, waisted oval form, shaped hinge, plain oval cartouche, brass mounts, height 6cm. £300-400 Provenance: bought in these rooms, Snuff Mulls and Silver, 19 October 2006, lot 1637.

288. A George I Scottish silver-mounted dark hardwood snuff mull, circa 1724, waisted oval form, shaped hinge, plain mounts, with a worn inscription ‘Patrick ‘...orimer his Mill take....and .....1724’, height 6.8cm. £300-500

289. A George II Scottish ivory snuff mull, circa 1740, waisted oval form, shaped hinge, plain oval cartouche, some damage, height 6cm. £150-200 Provenance: bought in these rooms, Snuff Mulls and Silver, 19 October 2006, lot 1632.

Provenance: bought in these rooms, Snuff Mulls and Silver, 19 October 2006, lot 1631.

290. A 19th century silver mounted double hoof snuff box, unmarked probably Scottish, the mounts with a flush hinged cover and engraved cartouche, the hoof with a horseshoe base, with a snuff spoon on a chain, length 7.5cm. £150-250

292. A 19th century Scottish silvermounted snuff mull, unmarked, conventional form, the hinged cover with a circular cartouche, length 9cm. £150-200

Provenance: purchased in these rooms, Silver Sale, 26 October 2013.

291. An 18th century Scottish silver mounted tortoiseshell snuff mull, unmarked, circa 1740, upright waisted oval form, the hinged cover inlaid with foliate scroll decoration and with an oval cartouche, crested, height 4.5cm. £400-600 The crest and motto are those of Stanhope.

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293. An 18th century Scottish silver mounted ivory and hardwood snuff mull, unmarked, circa 1740, upright waisted form, decorated with alternating strips, the body with a later silver band, the hinged cover set with an oval silver plaque engraved with two shaking hands and initialled ‘G.F’. height 5.3cm. £600-800

294. A George II Scottish silver-mounted ivory and dark hard wood snuff mull, circa 1740, circular waisted form, with alternate staves of ivory and dark hardwood, the hinged cover with a later circular cartouche, inscribed ‘CM 1774’, base scratch engraved ‘B Y’, height 5.5cm. £1,500-2,000

Provenance: purchased in these rooms, Silver and Vertu, 30 October 2012, lot 978.

Provenance: purchased Fine Silver, Bonhams New Bond Street, 25 November 2009, lot 26.

cover 295. A George III silver-mounted cowrie shell snuff box, unmarked, circa 1800, the mount with a flush hinged cover, bright-cut border, and engraved with a crest, length 5.7cm. £200-300

cover 296. A George III silver-mounted cowrie shell snuff box, unmarked, circa 1790-1800, the mount with a flush hinged cover, engraved decoration, also inscribed ‘JM’ and ‘J.Hunter’, length 8cm. £200-300

The crest is that of Fortescue, Holland, Wolverstone, Lovet and other families.

297. An early Victorian silver ‘Castle-top’ miniature chamber stick, by Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1843, rectangular form, the centre embossed with a view of Newstead Abbey, the sides with other scenes within foliate scroll decoration, with a snuffer, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.8oz. £200-300

298. A George III Scottish silver snuff box, unmarked, circa 1780, upright oblong form, chased foliate scroll decoration, flush hinged cover, initialled, height 5cm, approx. weight 1.7oz. £200-300

299. A George III old Sheffield plated kitchen nutmeg grater, unmarked, circa 1800-1810, shaped rectangular form, semi-circular grater, hinged base, plus a brass kitchen nutmeg grater of similar form, foliate mounts. (2) £100-150

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300. A William and Mary / William III silver nutmeg grater, maker’s mark of T.C, London circa 1690-1700, tubular form, engraved foliate decoration, the pull-off cover opens to reveal a grater, scratch initialled ‘M.W’, length 6.25cm, approx. weight 1oz. £500-700 Provenance: purchased in these rooms, Silver and Vertu, 19th October 2005, lot 665.

300 301. A George II silver nutmeg grater, by John Harvey, London circa 1750, tear drop form, the hinged cover initialled ‘RS’, and base scratch initialled ‘R.S’, length 4cm, approx. weight 1oz. £800-1,200 Provenance: purchased in these rooms, A Private Collection of Silver Nutmeg Graters, Part I, 20 April 2005, lot 57.

301 302. A George III silver nutmeg grater, unmarked, circa 1800, plain egg form, screw-off cover with a monogram, pull-out grater, length 3.6cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £250-300

302 303. A George III silver nutmeg grater, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1811, oval tubular form, hinged side and cover, engraved trellis decoration, the front with a crest, length 6cm, approx. weight 1oz. £300-500

303 304. A William and Mary / William III silver nutmeg grater, maker’s mark JN conjoined, London circa 1690-1700, tubular form, pierced and engraved foliate decoration, the pull-off cover opens to reveal a grater, scratch initialled ‘M.T’, length 5.5cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £400-600

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305. A George III silver nutmeg grater, by Samuel Meriton, London circa 1790, barrel form, reeded decoration, the cover unscrews to reveal the pull-out grater, initialled, height 3.6cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £300-400

305 306. A William and Mary / William III silver nutmeg grater, maker’s mark JN conjoined, London circa 1690-1700, tubular form, pierced and engraved foliate decoration, the pull-off cover opens to reveal a grater, length 7.1cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £500-700

306 307. A William and Mary silver nutmeg grater, by Thomas Kedder, London circa 1690, plain tear drop form, hinged cover and base, length 4.3cm, approx. weight 1oz. £800-1,200 Provenance: purchased in these rooms, A Private Collection of Silver Nutmeg Graters, Part I, 20 April 2005, lot 40.

307 308. A George III silver nutmeg grater, by Samuel Meriton, London 1790, plain egg form, screw-off cover with a monogram, lacking grater, length 3.8cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £100-150

308 309. A William and Mary / William III silver nutmeg grater, maker’s mark I.A, for John Albright, London circa 1690-1700, tubular form, engraved foliate decoration, the pull-off cover opens to reveal a grater, length 7.4cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £500-700

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310. A William and Mary / William III silver nutmeg grater, unmarked, London circa 1690-1700, tubular form, engraved foliate decoration, the pull-off cover opens to reveal a grater, scratch initialled ‘I.P’, the grater with a later monogram, length 7.5cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £500-700

310 311. A William and Mary / William III silver nutmeg grater, unmarked, London circa 1690-1700, tear drop form, the hinged cover and base engraved with foliate decoration, length 3.8cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £800-1,200

311 312. A William and Mary / William III silver nutmeg grater, apparently unmarked, London circa 16901700, tubular form, pierced and engraved foliate decoration, the pull-off cover opens to reveal a grater, length 7.5cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £500-700

312 313. A William and Mary / William III silver nutmeg grater, maker’s mark of G.F, London circa 1690-1700, tear drop form, the hinged cover engraved with a tulip, and initialled ‘D.W’, plain base, length 4.7cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £800-1,200 Provenance: purchased in these rooms, A Private Collection of Silver Nutmeg Graters, Part II, 19 October 2005, lot 54.

313 314. A George II silver nutmeg grater, by George Barker, London circa 1735, tubular form, engraved foliate decoration, the pull-off cover opens to reveal a later steel grater, scratch initialled ‘M.T’, length 7.5cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £500-700 Provenance: purchased in these rooms, A Private Collection of Silver Nutmeg Graters, Part II, 19 October 2005, lot 47.

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315. A George III silver kitchen nutmeg grater, by J. Reily, London 1817, cylindrical form with a reeded handle, flush hinged base, length 7.5cm. £300-400

315 316. An Italian 18 carat gold pocket watch, Musy, Padre E Figli, Turin, No 321974, white enamel dial, the outer half hunter case with enamelled numbers in black, the reverse enamelled with an armorial, in a fitted case, the cover applied with a crown, diameter 5.2cm. £300-500

316 317. A 17th century silver squeeze-action spice / snuff box, probably Scandinavian, circa 1689, oval form, the hinged cover with a relief of a battle scene, the sides with foliate scroll decoration, the base inscribed ‘The Gift of J. Jergenson to S.W, Augost 29, 1689, in Gottend’, length 5.5cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £800-1,200

317 318. A Victorian silver engraved snuff box, Kenilworth Castle, by Rawlings and Summers, London 1853, rectangular form, engraved foliate decoration, gilded interior, the base with a view of the castle ruins, with sheep, cattle and people in the foreground, in a fitted case, length 8.5cm, approx. weight 3.3oz. £700-900

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319. A Victorian silver horn vinaigrette / whistle, by S. Mordan and Co, with a registration lozenge for 1870, hinged cover opening to reveal a pierced foliate grille, with a chain and whistle end, length 5cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £100-150

319 320. A George IV silver-gilt vinaigrette, by Charles Reily, London 1823, rectangular form, engine-turned decoration, the grille pierced with flowers and foliate decoration, length 3.3cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £100-150

320 321. A Victorian silver vinaigrette, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1857, rectangular book form, engine-turned decoration, the cover opens to reveal a pierced and engraved grille, reeded spine, the cover with an initialled cartouche, length 3.9cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £200-300

321 322. A William IV silver vinaigrette, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1836, rectangular form, embossed foliate scroll cushion sides, engine-turned cover and base, the cover initialled, the interior with a pierced silver-gilt foliate grille, length 4.5cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £150-200

322 323. A Victorian silver-gilt horn vinaigrette / scent bottle, unmarked, circa 1870-80, the hinged cover applied with a monogram and opening to reveal a pierced foliate grille, engraved foliate scroll decoration and with initials, with a chain and screw-off scent bottle cover, length 10.5cm, approx. weight 2.4oz. £100-150

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324. A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1845, rectangular form, the hinged cover engraved with a sailing scene, with mountains behind, engraved foliate scroll decoration, the interior with a pierced foliate grille, length 3.8cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £500-700

324 325. A George III engraved silver vinaigrette, by Thropp and Taylor, Birmingham 1812, rectangular form, the hinged cover engraved with two hoses pulling a carriage, the interior with a pierced silver-gilt grille with a shell motif, length 3cm, approx weight 0.5oz. £300-500

325 326. A Victorian engraved silver ‘castletop’ vinaigrette, unidentified cathedral, by John Tongue, Birmingham 1842, shaped rectangular form, the hinged cover with an engraved scene of the cathedral, with three towers, only two of which have turrets, the sides and base with foliate scroll decoration, the interior with a silvergilt pierced and engraved foliate scroll grille, length 4cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £800-1,200 Provenance: purchased in these rooms, The Petzell Collection, 28 October 2008, lot 246.

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327. A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1846, shaped rectangular form, the hinged cover with a lake scene, with spire and buildings in the foreground and hills behind, the sides and base with engine-turned decoration, the base with a vacant cartouche, the interior with a pierced and engraved silver-gilt grille, length 3.2cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £300-400 327 328. A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette, Rousseau Island, Geneva, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1846, shaped rectangular form, the hinged cover with an engraved scene of the statue and Island, with the city behind, the interior with a silver-gilt pierced and engraved foliate scroll grille, the base with engine-turned decoration, the base with a inscribed cartouche, ‘From J.F to M.G, 24 July 1866’, length 4.5cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £500-700 328

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329. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ vinaigrette, Kenilworth Castle, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1837, rectangular form, the hinged cover with a raised view of the Castle, the interior with a silver-gilt pierced and engraved foliate scroll grille, foliate scroll borders, the sides and base with reeded and engine-turned tartan decoration, the base with a vacant cartouche, length 3.8cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £700-900 329 330. A William IV silver ‘castle-top’ vinaigrette, Newstead Abbey, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1835, rectangular form, the hinged cover with a raised view of the Abbey, the interior with a silver-gilt pierced and engraved foliate scroll grille, foliate scroll borders, the sides with chased foliate scroll decoration, the base with engine-turned decoration, the base with an initialled cartouche, ‘J.H from S.E.S’, length 4.5cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £700-900 330 331. A William IV silver ‘castle-top’ vinaigrette, possibly an interpretation of Abbotsford House, by Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1835, rectangular form, the hinged cover with a raised view of the House, the interior with a silver-gilt pierced and engraved foliate scroll grille, foliate scroll borders, the sides and base with engine-turned decoration, the base with a vacant cartouche, length 4.3cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £600-800 331

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334. A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1845, shaped rectangular form, the hinged cover with a lake scene, with boats, houses and hills behind, the sides and base with engraved foliate scroll decoration, the base with an initialled cartouche, the interior with a pierced and engraved silver-gilt grille, pin lacking, length 4cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £500-700 334 335. A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette, Elgin Cathedral, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1843, rounded shaped rectangular form, the hinged cover with an engraved scene of the ruins of the Cathedral, the interior with a silver-gilt pierced and engraved foliate scroll grille, the sides and base with engine-turned decoration, the base with a vacant cartouche, length 5.3cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £800-1,200 335 336. A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette, William Shakespeare’s House, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1849, rounded shaped rectangular form, the hinged cover with an engraved scene of the house, the interior with a pierced and engraved foliate scroll grille, the sides and base with engraved foliate scroll and engine-turned decoration, the base with a vacant cartouche, length 5.2cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £600-800 Provenance: purchased at Christie’s, South Kensington, Objects of Vertu and Miniatures, 18 March, 2003, lot 159.

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337. A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette, by Frederick Marson, Birmingham 1846, rounded rectangular form, the hinged cover with a lake scene, with buildings in the fore ground and boats and hills behind, the base with engine-turned decoration, and with an initialled cartouche, length 4.5cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £500-700 337 338. A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette, Warwick Castle, by William and Edward Turnpenny, Birmingham 1844, shaped rectangular form, the hinged cover with a lake scene, of the castle from the river, within a foliate scroll border, the sides and base with engraved foliate scroll decoration, the base with an initialled cartouche, the interior with a pierced and engraved silver-gilt grille, length 4.8cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £500-700

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339. A George IV silver ‘castle-top’ vinaigrette, possibly a different view of Warwick Castle, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1834, rectangular form, the hinged cover with a raised view of the castle, the interior with a silver-gilt pierced and engraved foliate scroll grille, reeded sides, engine-turned base, length 3.6cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £600-800

339 340. A Victorian silver-gilt ‘castle-top’ vinaigrette, York Minster, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1845, shaped rectangular form, the hinged cover with a raised view of the Minster, the interior with a silver-gilt pierced and engraved foliate scroll grille, the sides and base with engraved foliate scroll decoration, length 3.8cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £800-1,200

340 341. A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1845, shaped rectangular form, the hinged cover with a lake scene, with boats to the left, a castle to the right and hills behind, the sides and base with engraved foliate scroll decoration, the base with an initialled cartouche, the interior with a pierced and engraved silver-gilt grille, length 3.5cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £400-600

341 342. A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette, by Yapp and Woodward, Birmingham 1847, shaped rounded rectangular form, the hinged cover with a lake scene, with buildings to the left and right, and boats and hills behind, the sides and base with engine-turned decoration, the base with a vacant cartouche, the interior with a pierced and engraved silver-gilt grille, length 4.5cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £400-600

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343. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ vinaigrette, Scott Memorial, by William and Edward Turnpenny, Birmingham 1845, oval form, the hinged cover with a raised scene of the Memorial, reeded sides and base with engraved tartan scroll decoration, the base with a vacant cartouche, the interior with a pierced and engraved silvergilt grille, length 5cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £600-800

343 344. A George III silver engraved vinaigrette, by Thropp and Taylor, Birmingham 1812, rectangular form, the hinged cover engraved with a scene of a sheep being sheared, the interior with a pierced silvergilt grille with a shell motif and scroll work, plain sides, the base with an engraved border, length 3.8cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £500-700 Illustrated in Delib, E., Silver Boxes, Ferndale Editions, 1979, page 79.

344 345. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ vinaigrette, Martyrs’ Memorial, Oxford, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1842, rectangular form, the hinged cover with a raised view of the Memorial, the interior with a silver-gilt pierced and engraved foliate scroll grille, foliate scroll borders, the sides and base with engine-turned decoration, the base with a vacant cartouche, length 4.8cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £800-1,200

345 346. A William IV silver vinaigrette, by Gervase Wheeler, Birmingham 1835, rectangular book form, engine-turned decoration, the cover opens to reveal a pierced and engraved grille, length 3.2cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £150-200

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347. A matched set of eight 18th century silver ‘picture-front’ Hanoverian pattern teaspoons, various makers, London circa 1750-60, the terminals with a classical female, the reverse of the bowl with flowers, approx. weight 3.7oz. (8) £200-300

348. A set of six George III silver ‘pictureback’ Hanoverian pattern teaspoons, maker’s mark of TE over GS, unidentified, London circa 1765, the reverse of the bowl with an urn of flowers, the reverse of the terminals with scratch initial ‘MS’, approx. weight 1.4oz. (6) £200-300

349. A matched set of six George III silver ‘picture-back’ Hanoverian pattern teaspoons, by two makers, London circa 1765, the reverse of the bowls with a squirrel within a wreath of oak foliage, plain terminals, approx. weight 2oz. (6) £200-300

350. A set of six George III silver ‘picturefront’ teaspoons, maker’s mark T.D, London circa 1765, the terminals with a male mask with a beard and moustache within rococo decoration, approx. weight 3.2oz. (6) £200-300

351. A set of four George III silver ‘picture-back’ Hanoverian pattern teaspoons, by Thomas Dealtry, London circa 1765, the reverse of the bowls with a squirrel within a wreath of oak foliage, the reverse of the terminals initialled ‘S’, approx. weight 1.6oz. (4) £150-200

352. A set of six George III silver old English pattern ‘picture-back’ teaspoons, by William Eley, London circa 1780, the reverse of the terminal initialled ‘B’, the reverse of the bowl with a heart and oak leaf border and ‘BRITISH’, approx. weight 3.2oz. (6) £200-300

353. A set of five George III silver ‘picture-back’ Hanoverian pattern teaspoons, by Thomas Wallis, London 1784, the reverse of the bowl with a galleon in full sail, the terminals with scratch initial ‘A’, approx. weight 2.2oz. (5) £250-300

354. A set of five George III silver Hanoverian pattern ‘picture-back’ teaspoons, by William Turner, London circa 1760, the reverse of the bowls with a dove with a branch in its beak, approx. weight 2oz. (5) £150-200

355. A set of six George III silver old English pattern ‘picture-back’ teaspoons, by George Smith, London circa 1770, the reverse of the bowls with a standing bird with a branch in its beak, approx. weight 2.7oz. (6) £200-300

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reverse 356. A set of six mid 18th century silver ‘picture-front’ Hanoverian pattern teaspoons, possibly by Thomas Jeaves, London circa 1750-60, the terminals with cupid firing an arrow, the reverse of the bowl with scroll decoration, approx. weight 3.3oz. (6) £200-300

357. A late 17th century provincial silver trefid spoon, marked twice with a tulip mark and once with a conjoined anchor / V, unascribed circa 1680, the reverse of the oval bowl with a raised decoration, later foliate decoration, length 20.5cm, plus William III silver Trefid spoon, marks worn, London 1698, approx. total weight 3.4oz. (2) £200-300 For an image of the marks see: Constable, D., Silver Spoons of Britain, 1200-1710, Constables Publishing, 2016, page 989 mark 5, and page 1003, mark 143.

358. A 19th century Russian silver fish slice, by Pavel Savikov, assay master I. Avdeyev, Moscow 1860, the blade with pierced and engraved trellis decoration, tapering faceted handle, initialled, length 32.3cm. £150-200

359. A George IV silver Gibson medicine spoon, by John James Keith, London 1827, the bowl with a hinged cover, tapering handle, length 13.9cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £300-400

360. A pair of George III silver serving / fish tongs, by R. Urquhart, London 1800, tapering reeded handle, the blade with fork times and with a sprung hinged cover, engraved decoration, length 29cm. £100-150

361. A George III silver serving slice, London 1796, by John Tatum senior and John Tatum Junior, over struck with maker’s mark of George Smith, oval blade with a hinged spring loaded cover and pierced with lozenge decoration, reeded borders, engraved with a crest, tapering thread handle, length 29.6cm. £150-200

362. A collection of four silver fish slices, comprising: a George IV King’s pattern fish slice, by James Scott, Dublin 1822, the terminal with a crest, plus a George III Irish fish slice, by George Nagle, Dublin 1807, the blade engraved and pierced with a fish, plus a Newcastle fish slice, by Thomas Watson, Newcastle 1814, the blade pierced and engraved with a fish, and another fish slice, the blade with a pierced foliate motif, London 1820, approx. weight 18oz. (4) £300-400

363. An unusual Victorian silver-gilt serving fork /fish slice, by Holland, Aldewinckle and Slater, London 1900, foliate pistol grip handle, pierced blade with five fork tines, in a fitted case, length 26.3cm. £100-150

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364. A William IV silver ‘Castle-top’ swing-handled basket, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1836, circular form, the centre embossed with a view of Westminster Abbey, within foliate scroll and trellis decoration on a matted background, the foliate swing-handle with a crest, diameter 16.1cm, approx. weight 4.9oz. £400-600

365. A fine George III old Sheffield plated tea pot and stand, unmarked circa 1790, rectangular form, canted corners, engraved decoration, scroll handle, tapering faceted spout, flush hinged cover with a stained green ivory finial, the stand on four bracket feet, length handle to spout 26cm. (2) £600-800 Provenance: Ex Gordon Crosskey Collection, illustrated in Crosskey, G., Old Sheffield Plate, Treffry Publishing, 2011, page 267, figure 285a.

366. An early Victorian silver ‘Castle-top’ swing-handled basket, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1838, circular form, gilded bowl, the centre embossed with a view of Windsor Castle, the sides with scenes of Warwick Castle, Abbotsford House, Newstead Abbey, and another view of Windsor Castle, foliate swing-handle, diameter 12cm, approx. weight 2.8oz. £300-400

367. A pair of George III silver dish wedges, by Henry Chawner, London 1794, rectangular form, zig-zag border, the bases inscribed, ‘ For the second best pen of South Down Shearling Ewes shewn at Swafham, in July 1804’, length 11cm, approx. weight 4.9oz. (2) £800-1,200

368. A pair of early 19th century old Sheffield plated maces, unmarked, baluster form, chased foliate decoration, with gilded mythical dolphin crown finials, detachable wooden baluster handles, length 97cm, plus a smaller mace with a similar finial, length 85cm, in a fitted wooden case. (3) £600-800 Provenance: purchased in these rooms,19 October, 2005, lot 775.

369. A George II silver snuffer’s tray, by William Gould, London probably 1749, shaped rectangular form, moulded shell border, scroll handle, on four shell pad feet, length 19.3cm, approx. weight 9.7oz. £300-400

370. A George III silver swing-handled sugar basket, maker’s mark partially worn, London 1778, oval vase form, pierced with horizontal slats, and with engraved decoration, on a raised oval foot, with a blue glass liner, and engraved with a crest, height 11cm, approx. weight 5.8oz. £200-300

371. A George III silver three bottle oil bottle stand, unmarked, circa 1790, oval form, scroll handle, wire-work frame, on four feet, with three cut glass sauce bottle, and a set of three silver sauce labels, London 1825, oval foliate and shell form, pierced ‘LEMON’, ‘KETCHUP’ and ‘ANCHOVY’, length 25cm. £300-400

372. A George III silver swing-handled sugar basket, by Charles Chesterman, London 1781, vase form, pierced and engraved with vertical slats, and foliate scroll decoration, beaded borders and swing-handle, on a raised circular foot, engraved with a crest, with a blue glass liner, height 13cm, approx. weight 5.4oz. £200-300

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373. A pair of George III silver scissor snuffers, by Abstainando King, London 1804, pierced handles, Greek key borders, initialled, on four bun feet, length 16.8cm, approx. weight 2.9oz. £150-200

374. A George III silver mustard pot, by Charles Chesterman, London 1798, oval form, engraved decoration, domed cover with an urn finial, scroll handle, with a blue glass liner, length 10.8cm, (liner stuck). £150-200

375. A pair of George III silver handled scissor snuffers, by William Bennett, London 1805, pierced handles, steel cutting box, on four bun feet, engraved with a crest, length 18.1cm. £100-150 The crest and motto are those of Brisbane, baronets of Ayrshire.

376. A George II Irish silver brandy pan, by Thomas Sutton, Dublin 1737, tapering circular form, wooden baluster side handle, length 20.5cm, approx. weight 4.2oz. £400-600

377. A Victorian silver mustard pot, by Thomas, Henry and Frederick Francis, London 1853, circular form, pierced foliate scroll decoration, domed hinged cover with a fluted finial, scroll handle, on four pierced bracket feet, height 8cm, approx. weight 3.4oz. £150-200

378. A George III silver brandy pan, marks worn, London 1807, tapering circular form, gadroon border, wooden baluster handle, gilded bowl, length 23cm, approx. weight 8.3oz. £300-400

379. A George III silver lemon strainer, by William Abdy, London 1783, circular form, beaded border and side handle, the bowl with pierced decoration, with a clip, length 15.8cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £200-300

380. A George III silver swing-handled sugar basket, by Burrage Davenport, London 1771, vase form, pierced wirework body with leaves, with horizontal and vertical slates, rope-work swing-handle and borders, with a blue glass liner, height 8.2cm, approx. weight 2.8oz. £150-200

381. A George III silver two-handled lemon strainer, maker’s mark of I.W over T.B, unidentified, London circa 1770, circular form, double scroll side handles, the centre with pierced decoration, length 20cm, approx. weight 3oz. £250-300

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382. A George IV silver raised relief snuff box, tavern scene, by Christopher Bucker, London 1821, rectangular form, the hinged cover with a tavern scene with gentlemen drinking and smoking, the sides and base with engine-turned decoration, the interior gilded, length 8.2cm, approx. weight 4.8oz. £500-800

383. A George IV silver raised relief Pedlar snuff box, by John Linnit, London 1825, rectangular form, the hinged cover with a scene of a standing pedlar with a tray of his goods, silver-gilt interior, plain sides and base, engraved with two crests, length 10cm, approx. weight 6.3oz. £1,500-2,000 Provenance: purchased in these rooms, 20 April 2004, lot 1368. The two crests are those of Hervey-Bathurst, Baronets of Clarendon Park, Wiltshire.

384. A George IV engraved silver snuff box, by Reily and Storer, Birmingham 1834, rectangular form, the hinged cover engraved with three town houses, foliate scroll border, gilded interior, length 8.3cm, approx. weight 3.4oz. £200-300

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386. A late-Victorian silver card case / aide memoire, by H. Matthews, Birmingham 1900, rectangular form, one side with a gentleman playing to two seated ladies, in a rococo setting, the reverse with a landscape scene with possibly St. Paul’s in the background, length 10.3cm, approx. weight 3.9oz. £150-200

387. An Edwardian silver castle-top card case, Windsor Castle, by Crisford and Norris, Birmingham 1903, rectangular form, the front with a raised scene of the Castle, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with an initialled cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2oz.265 £200-300

388. An Edwardian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Chester Bridge, by Nathan and Hayes, Birmingham 1903, shaped rectangular form, the front engraved with a view of the bridge, in a later fitted case, length 8cm, approx. weight 1.6oz. £300-400

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389. Napoleon interest, a 19th century Chinese Export card case, rectangular form, one side carved with a relief depiction of Napoleon’s house on St. Helena, the other with Napoleon’s Tomb within borders of carved trees and foliage, length 9.5cm. £300-500 Provenance: purchased at Bonhams, New Bond Street, Wellington, Waterloo and the Napoleonic Wars, 1 April 2015, lot 164.

391. A 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, rectangular form, with foliate decoration, the pull-off cover initialled, in a fitted case, length 8cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. £150-200

390. A William IV silver ‘castle-top’ aide memoire, Melrose Abbey and Abbotsford, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1834, rectangular form, the front and back with a raised scene of the Abbey and House, on a matted background, within a foliate scroll border, the interior with ivory leaves, and with a pencil, length 8.3cm. £400-600

392. A 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, rectangular form, with foliate decoration, pull-off cover, the front with a small vacant shield cartouche, in a fitted case, length 8cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £150-200

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393. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, by Nathaniel Mill, Birmingham 1846, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of an unidentified the church or cathedral, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a cartouche, inscribed ‘Adele Ferris, 1850’, length 8.8cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. £1,000-1,500 Provenance: purchased in these Rooms, Silver, 29 April 2014, lot 914. Although this church has not been firmly identified, there are similarities with St. Botolph’s church in Boston, Lincolnshire. Another suggestion is that there are resemblances with The New Church in Delft. 394. A 19th century American silver card case, The Capitol, Washington, unmarked, circa 1860, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with an embossed scene of the Capitol, foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and inscribed ‘VICTORINE’, length 9cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. £400-600 395. A 19th century American silver card case, Holy Trinity Church, Wall St. New York, unmarked, circa 1860, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with an embossed scene of the Church, embossed and engraved foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with houses, length 8.7cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. £400-600 396. A 19th century American silver card case, an unidentified Gatehouse, maker’s mark possibly L and W for Leonard and Wilson, Philadelphia, circa 1860, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with an embossed scene of the gatehouse, foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration, length 9cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. £600-800

397. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ aide memoire, Newstead Abbey and Kenilworth Castle, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1844, rectangular form, the front and back with a raised scene of the Abbey and Castle, on a matted background, within a foliate scroll border, the interior with ivory leaves, length 8cm. £300-500 398. A Victorian silver castle-top card case, Kensington Palace, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1846, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Palace, a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with an initialled cartouche, length 8.7cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. £1,000-1,500 399. A 19th century American silver card case, an unidentified church and castle, unmarked, circa 1860, rectangular form, the front with an embossed scene of the church, foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a castle on a hill, length 9cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. £400-600 400. A 19th century American silver card case, Washington’s Tomb and Holy Trinity Church, Wall St. New York, unmarked, circa 1860, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with an embossed scene of the Tomb, with trees around, the reverse with a scene of the Church, embossed and engraved foliate scroll decoration, with an oval cartouche, length 8.7cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. £400-600 401. A 19th century American silver card case, unmarked, circa 1860, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with an embossed scene of an unidentified building, foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a vacant cartouche, length 9cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. £400-600

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402. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Pompeii, by Wheeler and Cronin, Birmingham 1845, rectangular form, the front with a view of classical ruins, scroll borders, engraved foliate and engineturned decoration, the reverse lake scenes and similar decoration, length 10cm, approx. weight 2oz. £300-400 403. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, The Esplanade, Scarborough, by Aston and Son, Birmingham 1859, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with an engraved scene of the Esplanade, engraved foliate decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a vacant cartouche, length 10.2cm, approx. weight 1.8oz. £1,500-2,500 404. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Calton Hill, Edinburgh, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1851, rectangular form, the front with a view of the hill, scroll borders, engine- turned decoration, the reverse with similar engine-turned decoration, and with an initialled cartouche, length 9.8cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £700-900 405. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Haddon Hall, Derbyshire, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1847, rectangular form, the front with a view of Hall, scroll borders, engraved foliate decoration on an engineturned background, the reverse with similar decoration, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £800-1,200 406. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Brighton Pavilion, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1851, rectangular form, the front with a view of the pavilion, engraved decoration, the reverse with similar decoration, and with a vacant cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.6oz. £700-900 407. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Abbotsford House and The Scott Memorial, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1845, rectangular form, the front with a view of the House, the reverse with the Memorial, engraved foliate scroll decoration, length 10.3cm, approx. weight 2.3oz. £400-600 408. A Victorian Scottish silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, with four Scottish buildings, by J, Naesmyth and Co, Edinburgh 1851, rectangular form, the front with a view of Edinburgh Castle, St. Giles Cathedral, Scott Memorial, and Holyroodhouse, engraved foliate scroll and engine- turned decoration, the reverse with a vacant cartouche, erased, length 9.6cm, approx. weight 2.6oz. £600-800 409. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Royal Exchange, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1844, rectangular form, the front with a view of the Exchange, scroll borders, engraved foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration, and with an inscribed cartouche, ‘Mrs William Rayner’, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.3oz. £700-900

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410. A Victorian silver castle-top card case, St. Paul’s Cathedral, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1844, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Cathedral, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a vacant cartouche, length 10.2cm, approx. weight 2.4oz. £1,000-1,500 411. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Lincoln Cathedral and Windsor Castle, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1844, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Cathedral, the reverse with a scene of Windsor Castle, a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.7oz. £1,000-1,500 412. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Windsor castle and Kenilworth Castle, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1843, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front and back with a raised scenes of the Castles, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with an initialled cartouche, cased, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.3oz. £600-800 Provenance: purchased at Phillips, New Bond Street, 13 May 1998, lot 252. 413. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Osborne House, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1853, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the House, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a vacant cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £1,000-1,500 414. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Crystal Palace, by Edward Turnpenny, Birmingham 1852, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Palace, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with an initialled cartouche, length 10.2cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £1,000-1,500 415. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, King’s College Cambridge, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1853, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the College, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a vacant cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.3oz. £1,500-2,000 416. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, The Scott Memorial, by Thomas Done, Birmingham 1853, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Memorial, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a cartouche, inscribed ‘Daisy’, length 9.8cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £500-700 417. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Westminster Abbey, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1849, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Abbey, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a vacant cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £1,000-1,500

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418. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Henry IX statue, Pont Neuf, Paris, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1847, rectangular form, the front with a view of the statue and bridge, scroll borders, engine-turned decoration, the reverse with similar decoration, and with an initialled cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £800-1,200 419. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, St. Columb’s Cathedral, Londonderry from the river Foyle, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1848, rectangular form, the front with a view of city, scroll borders, engine-turned decoration, the reverse with similar decoration, and with a cartouche, inscribed ‘Presented to Miss Blackburn by a few Attercliffe Friends’, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £800-1,200 420. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Chatsworth, by Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1846, rectangular form, the front with a view of the house, scroll borders, engine- turned decoration, the reverse with a scene possibly the Burns Monument, Alloway, initialled cartouche, length 8.6cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £800-1,200 421. A William IV silver engraved ‘castle-top’ aide memoire, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham date letter worn, rectangular form, the front engraved with a coastal scene of a house to the left and a ship in sail to the right, foliate scroll border, the reverse with tartan decoration and a vacant cartouche, the interior with ivory leaves, length 8cm. £300-400 422. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Buckingham Palace, by Alfred Taylor, Birmingham 1854, rectangular form, the front with view of the Palace, within a scroll border and engine-turned decoration, the reverse with similar decoration, and with an inscribed cartouche ‘J. Lawrence’, length 8.6cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £800-1,200 423. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Walmer Castle, Kent, by Thomas Dones, Birmingham 1852, rectangular form, the front with a view of the castle, within foliate scroll decoration, inscribed ‘WALMER CASTLE’, the reverse with similar decoration and with a crested and initialled cartouche, length 9.8cm, approx. weight 1.8oz. £700-900 The crest is that of Lister of Yorkshire. 424. A William IV silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1836, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with an engraved scene of a river and a church in a foliate setting, engraved foliate scroll borders, the reverse with similar decoration and with a crested cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £300-400 The crest is that of Chamond, Hales, Parry, Steers and other families. 425. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Pompeii, by Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1846, rectangular form, the front with a view of classical ruins, scroll borders, engraved foliate and engineturned decoration, the reverse with a vacant cartouche, length 9.8cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £500-700 Provenance: purchased in these rooms, Silver, Early Spoons and Collector’s Items, 25 April 2006, lot 660.

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426. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Kenilworth Castle, by John Tongue, Birmingham 1839, rectangular form, the front with a raised scene of the Castle, on a matted background, within engraved foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a crested cartouche, the base inscribed ‘Mrs S. Stapylton’, length 9.4cm, approx. weight 2.4oz. £600-800 427. A William IV silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Newstead Abbey and Lord Byron, by Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1836, rectangular form, the front with a raised scene of the Abbey, the reverse with a medallion of Lord Byron, and George Gordon Byron, Lord Byron, pierced and chased foliate scroll decoration, length 9.3cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £1,000-1,500 428. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Windsor Castle and Abbotsford, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1841, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Castle from the Castle Hill entrance, the reverse with a view of Abbotsford, a matted background, within foliate decoration, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.7oz. £800-1,200 429. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Windsor castle and Kenilworth Castle, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1837, rectangular form, the front and back with a raised scene of the Castles, on a matted background, within engraved tartan decoration, length 9.2cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £600-800 430. A Victorian silver filigree ‘castle-top’ card case, Newstead Abbey and Abbotsford, unmarked, Birmingham made, rectangular form, the front with a raised scene of the Abbey, the reverse with a scene of the House, foliate border, filigree decoration, the cover initialled, length 9.4cm, approx. weight 1.9oz. £800-1,200 431. A Victorian silver card case, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1846, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of a woman holding a cornucopia, embossed foliate scroll decoration on a matted background, the reverse with similar decoration and with a crested cartouche, length 10.2cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £300-400 432. An Edwardian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, possibly Philae on the Nile, by Robert Pringle and Son, Birmingham 1903, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised classical scene with palm trees, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with an initialled cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 1.9oz. £200-300 433. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Jenny Lind, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1848, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of Jenny Lind in Bellini’s La Sonnambula on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with an initialled cartouche, length 10.5cm, approx. weight 2.4oz. £800-1,200 Provenance: purchased from Steppes Hill Farm Antiques, February 1996. Johanna Maria Lind (1820-1887, better known as Jenny Lind, was a Swedish opera singer, often known as the “Swedish Nightingale”. Lind gave her first performance in London on 4 May 1847 when she appeared in an Italian version of Meyerbeer’s Robert le Diable, where Queen Victoria was present. She retired early in 1849.

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434. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Bar Gate, Southampton, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1843, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with an engraved scene of Bar Gate, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with an erased cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £1,000-1,500 Provenance: Christie’s Interiors, South Kensington, 30 June 2015, lot 264. 435. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Warwick Castle, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1843, rectangular form, the front with a view of the Castle, scroll borders, engine-turned tartan decoration, the reverse with similar decoration, and with an initialled cartouche, length 9.8cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £400-600 Provenance: purchased from Christie’s, South Kensington, Objects of Vertu, 12 May 1998, lot 210. 436. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Windsor Castle by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1850, rectangular form, the front with a view of the castle from the River Thames, scroll borders, engineturned decoration, the reverse with similar decoration, and with an initialled cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2oz. £700-900 437. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, London Bridge, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1848, rectangular form, the front with a view of London Bridge with St. Paul’s Cathedral in the background, and boats in the foreground, scroll borders, engine-turned decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a vacant cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £600-800 438. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Scott Memorial, by Yapp and Woodward, Birmingham 1846, rectangular form, the front with a view of the Memorial, scroll borders, engraved foliate and engineturned decoration, the reverse with an initialled cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.3oz. £400-600 439. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Burns Monument, Alloway, by Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1843, rectangular form, the front with a view of monument, scroll borders, engraved foliate and engine- turned decoration, the reverse with a vacant cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £500-700 440. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, St. Paul’s Cathedral, by Foxall and Co, Birmingham 1850, rectangular form, the front with a view of the Cathedral, engraved foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration, length 10.2cm, approx. weight 2.5oz. £600-800 441. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ card case, Harbour Scene, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1850, rectangular form, the front with a view of a port, with a castle to the left and moored ships, scroll borders, engraved foliate and engine- turned decoration, the reverse with flowers and similar decoration, length 9.8cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £400-600

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442. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, St. Paul’s Cathedral, by Wheeler and Cronin, Birmingham 1843, rectangular form, the front with a raised scene of the Cathedral, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with an initialled cartouche, length 9.9cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £600-800 Provenance: purchased at Phillips, New Bond Street, 13 May 1998, lot 276. 443. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Crystal Palace, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1853, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Palace, on a matted background, within chased foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with an initialled cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £1,000-1,500 444. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Burns Monument, Alloway, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1850, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the monument, on a matted background, within engine-turned decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a cartouche, inscribed ‘Presented to John Sewell Mus’ Bac. as a token of esteem by a few admirers of his musical talent AD 1851’, length 9.8cm, approx. weight 1.9oz. £700-900 445. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, The Houses of Parliament, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1849, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Houses of Parliament from Westminster Bridge, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with an initialled cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.3oz. £800-1,200 Provenance: Christie’s South Kensington, Interiors, 12 march 2013, lot 98. 446. A rare Victorian Irish silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Dun Laoghaire harbour, by John Schriber, Dublin 1863, rectangular form, the front with a view of the harbour entrance with the harbour wall and lighthouse, with a ship to the left and the port and hills behind, chased foliate scroll decoration on a matted background, the reverse with similar decoration, and with a cartouche, engraved with a crest and inscribed ‘From Schriber and Sons 1864’, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £3,000-4,000 The cartouche is engraved with a viscount’s coronet ensigning the crest of Menteith of Scotland and Hodge(s) and Hodgekins of England, but is absent form official Irish records. 447. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Warwick Castle, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1850, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Castle, within chased foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a vacant cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 1.9oz. £800-1,200 448. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Warwick Castle and Kenilworth Castle, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1839, rectangular form, the front and back with a raised scene of the Castles, engraved tartan decoration the reverse with a scene of Windsor Castle, a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, length 9.4cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £600-800 449. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Balmoral, by Alfred Taylor, Birmingham 1861, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the House, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with an inscribed cartouche, ‘F.Wright, 1893’, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.6oz. £1,000-1,500

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450. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, The Houses of Parliament, by George Unite, Birmingham 1857, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of The Houses of Parliament, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a vacant cartouche, length 10.2cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £1,000-1,500 451. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, The Tower of London, by David Pettifer, Birmingham 1848, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Tower, from the River Thames, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a vacant cartouche, length 10.2cm, approx. weight 2oz. £1,500-2,000 452. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Melrose Abbey, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1845, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Abbey, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with an initialled cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.3oz. £1,500-2,500 453. A Victorian silver castle-top card case, York Minster, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1843, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Minster, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with similar decoration and with a cartouche engraved with a crest, length 10.2cm, approx. weight 2.5oz. The crest is that of Seymour. £1,000-1,500 454. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Queen’s College Cork, by Frederick Marston, Birmingham 1856, rectangular form, the front with a view of the College, chased foliate scroll decoration on a matted background, the reverse with similar decoration, and with a vacant cartouche, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £2,000-3,000 Queen’s College was founded in Cork in 1845. It is now known as University College Cork (UCC). The scene depicted shows the north wing of the Main Quadrangle. The famous architects, Thomas Deane & Benjamin Woodward, designed the Tudor Gothic style Main Quadrangle with the south side of the square being enclosed by a wall instead of buildings. The north wing houses a unique collection of Ogham Stones, thought to be burial stones or boundary markers. 455. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Windsor Castle and Kenilworth Castle, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1837, rectangular form, the front and back with a raised scene of the Castles, on a matted background, within foliate scroll decoration, length 9.7cm, approx. weight 2.4oz. £600-800 456. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey, by Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1836, rectangular form, the front and back with a raised scene of the House and Abbey, on a matted backgrounds, within pierced and chased foliate scroll decoration, chased sides, length 9.7cm, approx. weight 2.6oz. £600-800 457. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Torquay and a coastal scene Torbay, by Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1840, rectangular form, the front with a raised coastal scene of the Torbay with sailing ships and fishermen, the reverse with a raised scene of the sea front in Torquay, also stamped ‘TORQUAY’, pierced and chased foliate scroll decoration, the hinged cover and sides inscribed ‘Alice Elizabeth Eden 1857’, the side inscribed ‘Grand National Archery Meeting, Cheltenham 1857’ and ‘Extra Prize, presented by Furber and Sons, length 10.7cm, approx. weight 2.7oz. £1,000-1,500 Provenance: purchased Christie’s, South Kensington, The James Walker Collection, 30 July 2006, lot 440.

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OTHER PROPERTIES 458. A rare Victorian silver castle-top card case, St. Michael’s Mount, by George Bower and Son, Birmingham 1846, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with a raised scene of the Mount with the Royal yacht The Victoria and Albert, to the right, and other yachts of the Royal party surrounded by various small boats, within foliate scroll decoration on a matted background, the reverse with similar decoration and with a vacant cartouche, length 10.3cm, approx. weight 2.3oz. £4,000-6,000 Queen Victoria and Prince Albert visited St. Michael’s Mount on the 6 September 1846.

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460. A collection of eight 19th century painted and lacquered card cases, comprising: one decorated with a peacock, plus four with painted flowers, two with inlaid mother-of-pearl decoration, and one other. (8) £200-300

461. A collection of four Victorian silver card cases, rectangular form, comprising: one with engine-turned decoration, by Hilliard and Thomason, Birmingham 1875, with a chain and finger ring, plus a similar one by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1838, a smaller card case, Birmingham 1845, and one with engraved decoration, by George Unite, Birmingham 1881, approx. weight 8oz. (4) £200-300

462. A collection of eight 19th century tortoiseshell, ivory and mother-of-pearl card cases, comprising: one inlaid with mother-of-pearl flowers, one with geometric decoration, one inlaid with silver birds, three with lozenge decoration, one with fluted decoration and one other. (8) £200-300

463. A collection of eight 19th century tortoiseshell, ivory and mother-of-pearl card cases, comprising: one engraved with flowers and with wriggle work decoration, four with lozenge decoration, plus three others. (8) £200-300

464. A collection of four silver card cases, one by Deakin and Francis, Birmingham 1910, engraved and engine-turned decoration, the leather interior with a pencil, and stamp holders, plus one with engraved foliate decoration, Birmingham 1899, one with an aide memoire, and one with textured decoration. (4) £200-300

465. A collection of eight 19th century tortoiseshell, ivory and mother-of-pearl card cases, comprising: one inlaid with abalone flowers, three with lozenge decoration, one inlaid with bands of abalone shell and three others. (8) £200-300

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466. A collection of eight 19th century tortoiseshell, ivory and mother-of-pearl card cases, comprising: one inlaid with a silver owl, and with engraved decoration, one inlaid with flowers, three with lozenge decoration, and three others. (8) £200-300

467. A small collection of six silver filigree card cases, unmarked, comprising: a silver-gilt one of book form, plus others with foliate decoration, two with hinged covers. (7) £300-400

468. A mixed lot of card cases, various materials, including one with porcupine quill decoration, two Indian cases, a steel case, a silver-mounted leather purse, two straw-work cases, two leather card cases, a bead work case, a French gilt metal and mother-of-pearl case with a pencil, and other items. (qty) £200-300

469. A collection of nine 19th century ivory card cases, rectangular form, comprising three of concertina purse form, with pencils, one applied with a silver and enamel butterfly, five with stud-work inlay and one with a bird and basket of flowers. (9) £200-300

470. A small collection of seven silver card cases, various dates and makers, comprising: one of envelope form, engraved decoration, by Allday and Lovekin, Birmingham 1915, plus six various, approx. weight 8oz. (7) £200-300

471. A collection of seven 19th century wooden card cases, comprising: a Mauchline ware one with a scene of Twisel Bridge and Castle, one of book form, one with Tunbridge ware inlay, and four others. (7) £150-250

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472. A collection of seven 19th century card cases, comprising: a mother-of-pearl and abalone shell example, inlaid with a bird and foliate decoration, another mother-of-pearl one with applied silver decoration, concertina purse form, with a pencil, plus five tortoiseshell examples, one decorated with a Gothic arch. (7) £200-300

473. A collection of four 19th century card cases, comprising: two tortoiseshell cases with painted scenes under glass, one with Melrose Abbey and the other with a classical castle scene, plus a lacquered card case with a scene of Shakespeare’s House, and one painted with a priest and church scene. (4) £200-300

474. A collection of three 19th century card cases, comprising: one with a scene of Brighton Pavilion, the reverse with a scene of Brighton Chain Pier, plus a tartanware example, the front painted with a loch scene, the sides and reverse with Campbell tartan, plus another case with Clan Stuart tartan. (3) £200-300

475. A late 19th century silver and enamel card case / aide memoire, rectangular form, with black and white foliate scroll enamel decoration, the interior with an aide memoire, length 8cm, plus a 19th century ivory card case / aide memoire, the cover with five raised reliefs under glass, the interior with a pen. (2) £150-200

476. A late 19th century Japanese shibayama card case, rectangular form, applied with a squirrel and various hard stone foliate decoration, plus a shibyayama plaque and a late 19th century carved Chinese Export card case, with figural decoration, inscribed. (3) £300-400

477. A late-Victorian silver card case / aide memoire, maker’s mark worn, Birmingham 1892, rectangular form, with fluted and foliate decoration, inscribed ‘Nellie’, the interior with an ivory pad and pencil, in a fitted case, plus a Victorian silver card case the front embossed with cherubs and birds, by S. Mordan and Co, London 1892, and an engraved silver card case, Birmingham 1893, approx. weight 8oz. (3) £200-300

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478. A late-Victorian silver card case / aide memoire, maker’s mark worn, Birmingham 1890, rectangular form, engraved with foliate and scroll decoration, the interior with an ivory pad and pencil, initialled, in a fitted case, plus an Edwardian silver card case, of envelope form, engraved foliate scroll decoration, and an Edwardian silver card case / aide memoire, engraved decoration, Birmingham 1902, approx. weight 8.5oz. (3) £200-300

479. An Edwardian silver card case, by William Neale, Chester 1901, rectangular form, the front embossed with two winged cherubs, in a later case, length 10.2cm, plus another silver card case with similar decoration, by The Boots Pure Drug Company, Birmingham 1905, approx. total weight 4.3oz. (2) £150-200

480. A Victorian engraved silver ‘castle-top’ card case, Scott Memorial, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1844, rectangular form, the front with an engraved scene of the memorial, within engraved tartan decoration, plus a Victorian electroplated ‘castle-top’ card case, Scott Memorial, approx. weighable 2.1oz. (2) £300-500

481. A Victorian engraved silver card case, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1849, rectangular form, engraved geometric decoration, with a central cartouche engraved with a crest, in a fitted case, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £150-200

482. A collection of four silver card cases, rectangular form, engraved foliate and scroll decoration, comprising: a Victorian case, by Frederick Marson, Birmingham 1896, an Edwardian one, by William Hayes, Birmingham 1906, two others by the same maker, Birmingham 1902 and 1904, one cover a.f, approx. weight 8.4oz. (4) £200-300

483. A Chinese silver card case, by Wang Hing, rectangular form, one side with figural scenes, the other with bamboo decoration, length 8.3cm, plus an Indian card case of rectangular form, embossed with figures, length 8.2cm, approx. weight 3.3oz. (2) £150-200

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484. A Victorian silver ‘castle-top’ card case, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1838, rectangular form, the front with a raised scene of Windsor Castle, the reverse with a scene of Warwick castle, within engineturned decoration, length 9.2cm, approx. weight 2oz. £300-500

485. A Victorian silver engraved card case, by Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1842, engraved with a lady archer, probably a depiction of the young Queen Victoria, surrounded by her entourage, with Windsor Castle in the background, within engraved foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with an urn of flowers, initialled, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £150-200

486. A 19th century American silver card case, Washington’s Tomb and Holy Trinity Church, Wall St. New York, unmarked, circa 1860, rectangular form, scroll borders, the front with an embossed scene of the Tomb, with trees around, the reverse with a scene of the Church, embossed and engraved foliate scroll decoration, with an oval cartouche, initialled, length 8.7cm, approx. weight 1.6oz. £200-300

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487. An Edwardian silver and enamel card case / aide memoire, with import marks for London 1902, importer’s mark of Henry Greaves, rectangular form, enamelled with blue corn flowers on a white background, the fitted green leather interior with an ivory aide memoire, a pencil and compartments for cards and stamps, length 10.6cm. £150-200

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490. A Victorian electroplated ‘castletop’ card case, unmarked, rectangular form, the front with a view of Windsor Castle, within foliate scroll decoration, the reverse with foliate scroll decoration with a vacant cartouche, length 10cm. £200-300

491. A Victorian silver engraved ‘castletop’ card case, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1846, rectangular form, engraved with a lake scene, with buildings and a bridge, with a rowing boat and sailing boat on the lake, with mountains behind, with bands of engine-turned decoration, the reverse with an initialled cartouche, length 8.5cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. £300-400

492. A late 19th century Chinese silver card case, by Wang Hing, rectangular form, the front with bamboo decoration and a vacant cartouche, the reverse with bamboo and birds, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.7oz. £300-400

A PRIVATE COLLECTION OF CARD CASES

493. A 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, probably Indian, rectangular form, hinged cover, foliate scroll decoration, with linear borders, length 9.1cm, plus another 19th century silver filigree card case, also probably Indian, rectangular form, hinged cover, with a hinged clasp, length 7.6cm, approx. weight 2.6oz. (2) £150-200

494. A late 19th century Chinese silver filigree card case, unmarked, circa 1890, rectangular form, pull-off cover, one side decorated with dragons, the reverse decorated with flowers, foliate scroll borders, with a presentation plaque inscribed ‘May Joy your every Birthday Crown’ and ‘Presented by Mr & Mrs M.K. A 23-1-92’, in a fitted case, length 9.6cm, approx. total weight 3oz. (2) £150-200

495. A 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, rectangular form, hinged cover, foliate scroll decoration, the front and back with a shield cartouche, initialled, length 8.5cm, plus another 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, rectangular form, hinged cover, foliate scroll decoration, length 8.9cm, approx. weight 2.5oz. (2) £150-200

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496. A19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, probably Maltese, rectangular form, hinged cover, hinge a.f, foliate scroll decoration, the front with a large Maltese cross, the reverse with a shield cartouche, initialled, length 10cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £120-150

497. A 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, possibly Chinese, heavy rectangular form, hinged cover with a push button clasp, foliate scroll decoration, with a chain and finger ring, length 10.2cm, approx. weight 3.7oz. £150-200

498. An early 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, Birmingham made, possibly by Nathaniel Mills, circa 1820, rectangular form, hinged cover, foliate scroll decoration, the front and back with a shield cartouche engraved with an armorial, length 9.4cm, approx. weight 2.3oz. £150-200 For a similar example see: Crisp Jones, K., The Silversmiths of Birmingham and their Marks 1750-1980, page 52, fig. 40.

499. A Portuguese silver and enamel filigree aide memoire, of book form, the spine with enamelled decoration, the front with foliate scroll decoration, with a pad and pencil, plus late 19th century Italian silver filigree aide memoire, Genoa, rectangular form, foliate scroll decoration, the front with a cartouche, length 9cm, approx. weight 20oz. (2) £150-200

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500. A 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, probably Maltese, rectangular form, hinged cover, foliate scroll decoration, the front with a small Maltese cross, the reverse with an oval cartouche, initialled, length 9.1cm, approx. weight 1.8oz. £100-150

501. A 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, rectangular form, hinged cover, foliate scroll decoration, the front and back with a shield cartouche, initialled, length 8.7cm, plus another 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, possibly Chinese, rectangular form, hinged cover, foliate scroll decoration, length 7.6cm, approx. weight 2.9oz. (2) £150-200


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502. An early 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, circa 1820, rectangular form, hinged cover, foliate scroll decoration with clusters of beads the cover and base with a vacant heart-shaped shield cartouche, length 9cm, approx. weight 2oz. £150-200

503. An early 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, Birmingham made, possibly by Samuel Pemberton circa 1820, rectangular form, hinged cover, foliate scroll decoration with ball motifs, the front and back with a vacant shield cartouche, in a fitted case, length 9.6cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £200-250

504. An early 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, Birmingham made, possibly by Samuel Pemberton circa 1820, rectangular form, hinged cover, foliate scroll decoration, the front and back with a vacant shield cartouche, length 9.6cm, approx. weight 1.9oz. £150-200

OTHER PROPERTIES

505. A 19th century silver filigree card case, unmarked, possibly Chinese, rectangular form, hinged cover, wavy-edge border, foliate scroll decoration, the front with a shield cartouche, initialled, length 10cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £100-150

506. A William IV silver card case, by Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1835, rectangular form, with simulated filigree foliate scroll decoration, the front and back with a vacant rectangular cartouche, length 8.9cm, approx. weight 2.3oz. £200-250

507. A Japanese Royal presentation silver cigarette case, retailed by Miyamolo Shoko, Tokyo, rectangular form, the front engraved with the royal emblem, in a fitted case, length 8.5cm, approx. weight 3oz. £200-300 Provenance: This cigarette case was presented to Mr. Harry Clifford Greenfiled, MBE, Stationmaster of Waterloo Station in 1937, while Prince Chichibu was here for the coronation of George VI. Greenfield’s MBE was awarded for services in connection with overseas visitors.

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508. A small collection of boxes, comprising: a vinaigrette, Birmingham 1820, another silver vinaigrette, lacking grille, Birmingham 1832, a silver box, a filigree cigarette case and a blue enamel box, plus other items various materials, including a Japanese cigarette case, an agate box, six other boxes and a scent bottle. (qty) £200-300

509. A small collection of six 18th century enamel boxes comprising: one of rectangular form, gilt metal mounts, the cover with a portrait of a lady, plus one with a scene of a gentleman playing the flute with a seated lady, plus one of circular form with a classical scene and thee oval patch boxes, one with a recumbent sheep. (6) £300-500

510. A mixed lot, comprising: a nine carat gold thimble, Birmingham 1953, two unmarked gold thimbles, plus silver items, a commemorative thimble embossed with Crystal palace and ‘Exhibition of all Nations, 1851’, plus four thimble cases, each containing a thimble, two pin wheels/holders, a double sovereign case, a French snuff box, an oriental figure, a metalware fish, and a brass mounted mother-of-pearl scissor holder, approx. weighable 4oz, approx. weighable of gold 15g. (qty) £300-400

511. A collection of forty-five silver, metalware and electroplated thimbles, comprising: one by Charles Horner, Chester 1904, set with a red stone heart motif, one with turquoise, plus others of various designs, one in a fitted case, approx. weighable 5oz. (45) £300-400

512. A small collection of sewing items, comprising: a Victorian unmarked gold gem set thimble, a 19th century gold-mounted ivory thimble / needle case, a 19th century gold and mother-of pearl sewing set, some damage, and some pieces missing, in a fitted wooden case, a Mauchline ware thimble case with a scene of the Queen’s Hotel Hastings, a silver and enamel thimble and a 19th century ivory scent bottle case with a glass scent bottle. (6) £350-400

513. A collection of five tortoiseshell boxes, various designs, one mounted with a cameo, and one with inlaid mother-of-pearl decoration, plus a mother-of-pearl box and a cigarette case. (7) £200-300

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514. A Victorian silver lancet case, no apparent maker’s mark, Birmingham 1855, tapering oblong form, embossed foliate scroll decoration, the hinged cover opens to reveal four lancets, initialled, length 6.4cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £150-200

515. An 18th century silver part campaign set, unmarked, comprising: two tapering knife/fork handles, one with a cover, a screw-in steel two pronged fork and two knife blades, a metal rasp and a corkscrew, in a fitted cylindrical filigree covered case, with a pulloff cover, length 9.9cm. £300-400

516. A Victorian silver lancet case, by Francis Clarke, Birmingham 1839, tapering oblong form, chased foliate scroll decoration, with a cartouche inscribed: ‘To Dr. Lawson from R. K. Brown’, the hinged cover opens to reveal four lancets, initialled, length 6.6cm, approx. weight 1oz. £150-200

517. A pair of late-Victorian silver menu card holders, by S. Clifford, London 1894, easel form, mounted with three classical figures, height 10cm, approx. weight 3oz. (2) £150-200

518. A Victorian silver lancet case, possibly by William Ripsher, London 1839, tapering oblong form, fluted decoration, the hinged cover opens to reveal six lancets, the cover inscribed ‘Mr. W. Kendall’, initialled, length 6.4cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £150-200

519. A pair of late-Victorian novelty silver menu card holders, by S. Jacobs, London 1900, modelled as mastif dog heads chained to a ring, D-back supports, length 5cm, approx. weight 2oz. (2) £150-200

520. A 19th century colonial silver presentation trowel, by J. Martins, Demerara, the blade with engraved decoration, and with the Royal arms and inscribed ‘Public Works Department British Guiana to commemorate laying foundations of Victoria Courts of Justice, June 1881, Presented to her Excellency Lady Turner Irving’, the reverse of the socket with a mask motif, length 18cm, approx. weight 3.8oz. £200-300

521. A 19th century French 18 carat gold sewing set, circa 1850, comprising: a needle case, a pair of scissors, a thimble, a bodkin and a slideaction toothpick, in a fitted velvet lined wooden case, approx. weighable 13g. £300-400

522. A late-Victorian novelty watch cane handle, by John Harris, London 1884, tapering circular form, the mounted watch with a painted face of a castle, hands a.f, plus a gilt metal cane handle, foliate decoration, inscribed ‘Presented to William J. Smith as a token of esteem from his fellow employees, New York, December 31st 1892’. (2) £200-300

Lady Turner was the wife of Sir Henry Turner Irving, GCMG (1833-1923) , who was the Governor of British Guiana from 1882-87.

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A SMALL PRIVATE COLLECTION OF HAT PINS

523. A collection of ten hat pins, comprising: a silver one modelled as a bicycle, Birmingham 1896, plus six various by Charles Horner, plus 9 carat gold one, and two others. (10) £200-300

524. A collection of ten hat pins, comprising: a silver one modelled as a teddy bear, by Charles Horner, Chester 1909, seven further ones by Charles Horner, plus one modelled as an owl, by Arthur Smith, Birmingham 1908, and one with silver and blue enamel. (10) £200-300

525. A collection of ten silver hat pins, comprising: a silver and hard stone one, marked sterling silver, the centre with a yellow cabochon, plus one modelled as a bee, plus six silver examples by Charles Horner, and two others. (10) £200-300

526. A collection of costume hat pins, various materials, including glass, stone and plastic. (58) £100-150

527. A collection of ten hat pins, comprising: a 9 carat gold example by Charles Horner, a silver and enamel bird hat pin by Charles Horner, Chester 1912, plus five further silver examples by Horner, and a 9 carat gold hat pin and a gilt metal and enamel on and another. (10) £200-300

528. A collection of ten Charles Horner silver hat pins, comprising: a clown’s hat, Chester 1909, a grenade, and six other examples, plus one modelled as a sword, by Sydney and Co, Birmingham 1909, and one with silver and blue enamel decoration. (10) £200-300

530. A small collection of three novelty silver shoe pin cushions, comprising: a larger single one, by H. Matthews, Birmingham 1902, foliate decoration, pierced laces, plus a pair of smaller shoes, by Levi and Salaman, Birmingham 1904. (3) £200-300

531. A collection of five novelty silver chick pin cushions, various dates and makers including S. Mordan and Co, Chester 1905, various designs and sizes, plus one mounted on the cover of a glass toilet jar. (5) £300-400

OTHER PROPERTIES

529. A collection of ten hat pins, comprising: a silver one modelled as a Welsh hat, by Charles Horner, Chester 1909, five further ones by Charles Horner, plus one modelled as a golf club, by Arthur Smith, Birmingham 1908, two others and a gold tie pin. (10) £200-300

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532. An Edwardian novelty silver bulldog pin cushion, by Allday and Lovekin, Birmingham 1906, modelled in a standing position, later cushion, height 5cm. £200-300

533. A novelty silver pin cushion, by S. Blanckensee and Sons Limited, Chester 1910, modelled as the ship ‘Royal George’, length 12.8cm. £400-600

534. An Edwardian novelty silver frog pin cushion, by Saunders and Shepherd, Birmingham 1907, modelled in a seated position, length 4.7cm. £200-300

535. A small collection of three novelty silver pin cushions, comprising: two modelled as swimming swans, by Levi and Salaman, Birmingham 1899, and one modelled as a standing elephant, by Adie and Lovekin, Birmingham 1905. (3) £200-300

536. An Edwardian novelty silver porcupine pin cushion, maker’s mark worn, Birmingham 1905, modelled in a standing position, length 4.3cm. £150-200

537. A small collection of four silver Edwardian novelty pig pin cushions, various dates and makers, including Saunders and Shepherd, Birmingham 1905, two lacking cushions. (4) £200-300

538. Boer War interest, a Victorian silver photograph frame, by James Deakin and Sons, Chester 1900, shaped upright rectangular form, embossed with regimental figures, canons, arms, and landscape scenes, velvet easel back, height 22.3cm. £200-300

539. A silver pin cushion, by Saunders and Shepherd, Birmingham 1921, modelled as a lady, the top half of her body in silver, the dress with silk and with silver thread, and with a train, height 7.5cm. £150-200

540. An Edwardian Art Nouveau silver photograph frame, by Horton and Allday, Birmingham 1902, shaped upright rectangular form, embossed with a peacock and foliate decoration, velvet easel back, retailed by Edwards and Sons, height 20cm. £150-200

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541. A graduated matched pair of Edwardian Art Nouveau silver and enamel photograph frames, one by Mappin and Webb, Sheffield 1905, the other by Charles Green and Co, Birmingham 1905, shaped rectangular form, foliate decoration, on a textured background, green/blue enamel decoration, wooden backs, one lacking strut support, heights 24.8cm and 15.8cm. (2) £800-1,000

542. A small collection of four silver religious items, comprising: a travelling chalice, by John Figg, London 1881, circular bowl, engraved with a cross, knopped stem, height 10cm, a circular wafer box, London 1890, a large rectangular wafer box, by Howard Brown, London 1946, and a silver-mounted baptism shell, London 1905, approx. weighable 15oz. (4) £200-300

543. An Edwardian silver dressing table mirror, by Drew and Sons, London 1901, upright rectangular form, stylised border, with an applied monogram, wooden easel back, height 33.6cm. £200-300

544. A silver-gilt inkwell, by Sebastian Garrard, London 1911, modelled as a spice box, shell form, chased decoration, the hinged cover opens to reveal an inkwell with a glass liner and a compartment, on four snail feet, length 14.5cm, approx. weight 19.5oz. £300-400

545. The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, a pair of silver dishes, by Carrington and Co, London 1929, octagonal form, moulded border, the handles with a crowned leopard’s head, on four bun feet, the underside inscribed, ‘Goldsmiths Hall, First Dinner for Ladies, 20 November 1929, length 12.3cm, approx. weight 6.5oz. (2) £300-400

546. The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, a silver cigarette box, by Sebastian Garrard, London 1926, square form, the cover with the arms of the Company, the side inscribed ‘ The Gift of the Goldsmiths Company AD 1327-1927’, wood lined base, length 9.4cm. £250-300

547. A George II silver sauce boat, maker’s mark worn, London 1745, oval form, wavy-edge border, leaf capped scroll handle, on three hoof feet, length 16.5cm, approx. weight 7.5oz. £150-200

548. A set of four Victorian silver salt cellars, by E. Hutton, London 1887, oval form, loop scroll handles, on raised oval bases, reeded borders, in a fitted case, length handle to handle 13.5cm, approx. weight 10.5oz. (4) £150-200

549. A George III silver cream / small sauce boat, by Hester Bateman, London 1779, oval form, wavy-edge border, leaf capped scroll handle, on three shell capped hoof feet, length 15.3cm, approx. weight 4oz. £200-300

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550. A George III silver cream jug, by David and Robert Hennell, London 1898, oval form, engraved decoration, scroll handle, gilded interior, height 10.5cm, approx. weight 4.7oz. £150-200

551. A pair of Victorian silver candlesticks, by James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield 1892, Corinthian column form, beaded borders, on raised square bases, with foliate scroll decoration, height 16.6cm. (2) £250-300

552. A George III silver cream jug, by Henry Chawner, London 1794, oval form, scroll handle, gilded bowl, engraved foliate decoration, reeded borders, with a cartouche, initialled, height 11.7cm, approx. weight 5.7oz. £200-300 The crest is that of Delius, originally of Cassel and Munster. Provenance: purchased in these rooms, 27th July, 2006, lot 256.

553. A George II silver bun caster, by George Greenhill Jones, London 1734, baluster form, central girdle, the domed cover pierced with foliate scroll work, on a raised circular foot, height 11cm, approx. weight 3.4oz. £150-200

554. Three George II silver bun casters, one by John Gamon, date letter worn, one 1738, and one 1735, baluster form, central girdle, the domed cover pierced with foliate scroll work, on raised circular foot, heights 10.5cm, 10cm and 9.5cm, approx. weight 6.8oz. (3) £300-400

555. A George II silver bun caster, maker’s mark partially worn, ?G, London 1725, baluster form, central girdle, the domed cover pierced with foliate scroll work, on a raised circular foot, height 11cm, approx. weight 3.5oz. £200-300

556. An Edwardian silver Egyptian revival toast rack, by Horace Woodward and Co, London 1902, shaped rectangular form, the central handle with a Pharaoh head motif, on four Pharaoh head bracket feet, length 13.8cm, approx. weight 7.3oz. £100-150

557. A Victorian silver mustard pot, by The Barnards, London 1843, circular form, pierced and engraved foliate scroll decoration, scroll handle, the hinged cover with foliate decoration, and a pierced thumb-piece, height 7.1cm, approx. weight 5.3oz. £200-300

558. A pair of silver sauce boats, by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1924, oval form, wavy-edge border, leaf capped scroll handles, on three shell capped hoof feet, length 19.5cm, approx. weight 17oz. (2) £150-250

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559. A silver inkstand, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1915, rectangular form, wavy-edge border, with two pen wells, and with two silver-mounted glass inkwells with hinged covers, on four scroll feet, length 26.5cm, approx. weight 22oz. £250-300

560. A George III silver wine funnel, by Thomas Wallis, London 1806, circular form, reeded border, with a side clip and engraved with a crest, length 13.5cm, approx. weight 3.5oz. £200-300

561. A George III silver waiter, by Hester Bateman, London 1790, circular form, beaded border, the centre with a crest, on three beaded bracket feet, diameter 18.8cm, approx. weight 9.9oz. £300-400

562. A modern silver brandy pan, by Brian Savage, London 1986, circular form, wooden baluster handle, length 18cm, plus a trencher salt cellar, by the same maker, London 1990, rectangular form, canted corners, gilded bowl, length 7.2cm, plus a silver salt spoon, approx. weight 6.2oz. (3) £100-150

The waiter is engraved with the episcopal shield of the Most Revd. Charles Manners-Sutton, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1805-1828.

563. A pair of silver candlesticks, by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1912, shaped oval tapering form, reeded borders, height 24cm. (2) £300-400

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564. A Victorian silver mirror, by William Comyns, London 1887, shaped rectangular form, heart shaped aperture, with standing warriors and masks, pierced foliate scroll decoration, erased cartouche, wooden back with a pierced easel support, height 33cm. £300-400


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565. A William IV silver tea pot, by Charles Fox, London 1834, compressed circular form, part fluted decoration, fluted hinged cover with a fluted finial, scroll handle, engraved with a crest, length handle to spout 17.8cm, approx. weight 17.7oz. £220-250

566. A matched pair of late-Victorian and Edwardian silver twohandled sauce tureens and covers, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1897/98, and Maurice Freeman, London 1902, circular form, scroll handles, part-fluted decoration, the domed covers with part-fluted decoration and reeded loop handles, on raised square bases, length handle to handle 18.6cm, approx. weight 32.2oz. (2) £400-600

567. A late-Victorian silver bowl, by the Fenton Brothers, Sheffield 1898, circular form, embossed foliate scroll decoration, foliate scroll border, on a raised circular foot, diameter 25.3cm, approx. weight 27oz. £250-300

568. A pair of George III silver goblets, by John Schofield, London 1780, urn shaped bowls, part fluted decoration, gilded interiors, on raised circular bases, beaded borders, engraved with a monogram within a swag cartouche, height 16cm, approx. weight 16oz. (2) £700-900

569. A silver entree dish and cover, by Elkington and Co, Birmingham 1920, rectangular form, gadroon border, the pull-off cover with gadroon handles, length 26.5cm, approx. weight 41oz. £300-400

570. A Victorian silver teapot and coffee pot, by D and C Houle, London 1863, circular form, engraved trellis decoration, scroll handle with ivory insulators, engraved with a crest, the hinged covers with a ball finial, on a circular foot, height of coffee pot 22cm, approx. weight 35oz. (2) £300-500 The crest is that of Stanley.

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571. A set of four George III silver salt cellars, by Wakelin and Taylor, London 1779, oval form, gilded bowls, beaded borders, on raised oval bases terminating in a rectangular foot, engraved with a crest, slight variance in height 5.8cm and 5.6cm, length 9.2cm, approx. weight 12.8oz. (4) £400-450

572. A George III silver salver, by Smith and Hayter, London 1802, circular form, moulded border, the centre with engraved decoration, engraved with an armorial, on three bracket feet, diameter 25.4cm, approx. weight 18.3oz. £150-200

The crest is that of Dewhurst, Evans, Millar, Stockton and other families.

This salver recently passed at the Antique Plate Committee at Goldsmiths Hall. Case number 9160.

574. A pair of George IV silver salt cellars, by William Bateman, London 1828, heavy cauldron form, with garlands of flowers and foliate scroll borders, gilded bowls, on three lion mask paw feet, initialled, diameter 9.5cm, approx. weight 15oz. (2) £300-400

575. A pair of George III silver salt cellars, by Crispin Fuller, London 1796, oval form, pierced and engraved decoration, on four bracket feet, with blue glass liners, length 8.3cm, approx. weight 2.5oz. (2) £100-150

576. A pair of George II silver salt cellars, by Edward Wood, London 1742, plain cauldron form, rope-work border, on three hoof feet, engraved with an armorial, diameter 7cm, approx. weight 6.6oz. (2) £100-150

577. A George II silver waiter, by William Peaston, London 1751, circular form, foliate scroll border, the centre with a crest, on three hoof feet, diameter 18cm, approx. weight 8.5oz. £150-200

578. Two similar early 18th century silver salt cellars, marks worn, circular cushion form, on raised circular foot, one engraved with a crest, diameter 7cm, approx. weight 3.2oz. (2) £100-150

579. A William IV silver salver, probably by J. Whitehouse, London 1835, circular form, shell and scroll border, the centre with chased foliate scroll decoration, and engraved with a crest, on three shell bracket feet, diameter 24.6cm, approx. weight 17.5oz. £150-200

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The arms are those of Townsend of Honington Hall, Warwickshire.

573. A set of four George III silver salt cellars, by William Abdy, London 1801, oval form, scroll handles, gadroon borders, gilded bowls, on raised oval bases, engraved with a crest, length 14cm, approx. weight 14.5oz. (4) £250-300

The arms are those of Frewen of Northiam, Sussex.

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580. A matched four-piece silver tea set, by Synyer & Beddoes, Birmingham 1936, the hot water pot by H. Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1932, panelled circular bellied form, scroll handles, on a raised circular foot, height of hot water pot 21.5cm, approx. weight 45oz. (4) £400-600

581. An Art Deco silver hot water pot and a three-piece electroplated tea set, by the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1937, the tea set by Gladwin Limited, tapering circular form, scroll handle, the hinged cover with a silver finial, on a circular foot, the tea set of shaped rectangular form, scroll handle, height of hot water pot 16.3cm, approx. weight 14oz, (4) £150-200

582. A pair of George II silver waiters, by Francis Pages, London 1735, circular form, moulded borders, the centres with a large crest, on three hoof feet, diameter 16.5cm, approx. weight 15.5oz. £300-400

583. A pair of Victorian silver standing salt cellars, by Henry Curry, London 1870, in the 16th century manner, circular form, with engraved decoration with masks, winged mythical beast supports, on spread circular bases with chased decoration, on three mythical beast feet, gilded bowls, height 10cm, approx. weight 18oz. (2) £700-900

The crest is that of Price.

584. A silver teapot and sugar bowl, by The Barker Brothers Ltd., Birmingham 1928, oblong bellied form, scroll handles, length handle to handle 28.3cm, approx. weight 26.3oz. (2) £200-300

585. A George III silver eight bottle cruet frame, by Emes and Barnard, London 1818, rectangular form, fluted decoration, central wire-work frame, with a foliate carrying handle, on four lion mask scroll bracket feet, with two silver-mounted glass cruet bottles and six glass cruet bottles, length 25.3cm, approx. weight 27oz. 59 £400-600


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586. A Chinese silver dressing table box, by Wang Hing, circular form, the side and cover embossed with dragons, on a matted background, the underside inscribed ‘To Dinah, Feb 27 1946, from George’, diameter 9.2cm, approx weight 4.7oz. £150-200

587. A Chinese silver bowl, by Tuck Chang and Co, Shanghai, lobed oval form, embossed with flowers on a matted background, double lined, on four scroll legs, length 17.8cm, approx. weight 20oz. £300-400

588. A Chinese silver salver, by Tackhing, Hong Kong circa 1920, circular form, moulded border with matted decoration, on four bun feet, diameter 27.8cm, approx. weight 17oz. £200-300

589. A Chinese silver salver, by Hung Chong, Canton and Shanghai, circa 1900, circular form, the centre engraved with two dragons, the border chased with dragons on a matted background, on three bamboo bracket feet, diameter 33.4cm, approx. weight 36oz. £900-1,100

590. A Chinese silver teapot, by Hung Chong, Canton and Shanghai, circa 1900, circular form, embossed with a dragon, simulated bamboo spout and hinged handle, the pull-off cover with a fluted finial, height 16cm, approx. weight 14oz. £400-600

591. A Chinese silver globe trophy, modelled as a globe, mounted with an eagle with spread wings, on a two coloured wooden base, height 26.3cm, approx. weight 8.2oz. £2,000-2,500

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592. A late 19th century Indian silver mug, unmarked, circa 1890, circular bellied form, heavily embossed with figures and chased foliate decoration, scroll handle, the interior removable liner engraved ‘Olivia Letitia Hornby, Jan 29th 1890’, and also with a later inscription, height 10.2cm, approx. weight 12.5oz. £300-400

593. A late-19th century Indian silver mug, unmarked, circa 1880. baluster form, chased foliate scroll decoration on a matted background, scroll handle, on a circular foot, the front with a shield cartouche, with a monogram, height 11cm, approx. weight 6.2oz. £150-200

594. An 18th century Portuguese silver barber’s bowl, maker’s mark A.I, Lisbon, shaped lobed oblong form, foliate and scroll border, inner engraved foliate scroll border, length 41.5cm, approx. weight 32.5oz. £800-1,200

595. A late 18th / early 19th century Portuguese silver teapot, maker’s mark DM, Lisbon circa 1800, circular form, embossed with masks, swags and foliate scroll decoration on a matted background above part fluted decoration, leaf capped scroll spout, carved wooden handle, on three mask capped scroll feet, engraved with a crest, length handle to spout 29cm, approx. weight 27.7oz. £500-700

596. A six-piece Austro-Hungarian silver tea and coffee set, Vienna, circa 1910-20, comprising: a two-handled tray, a teapot, a coffee pot, a water jug, a cream jug and a sugar bowl, plain tapering circular vase form, ivory scroll handles, with applied leaves, stylised borders, on raised circular bases, length handle to handle 66cm, approx. weight 152oz. (6) £1,500-2,000

597. A four-piece German silver tea and coffee set with a tray, by W. Lohr, circa 1920, oval form, part-fluted decoration, scroll handles, ivory insulators, the tray of oval form, fluted border, length of tray 42cm, approx. weight 64.5oz. (5) £600-800

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598. A pair of late 18th / early 19th century Italian silver twohandled salt cellars, by Carlo Balbino, Turin circa 1800, oval form, the gilded bowls with a divider, scroll handle, on raised lozenge shaped bases, length 14.8cm, approx. weight 8.2oz. (2) £200-300

599. A pair of 19th century Russian silver dishes, by Nicols and Plinke, Moscow 1868, assay master Viktor Savinkov, rounded rectangular form, moulded border, the centres with an initial, on a rounded rectangular foot, length 13cm, approx. weight 7.7oz. (2) £300-400

600. A Turkish silver-gilt box and cover, Abdulhamid ii period, circa 1900, oval form, embossed foliate decoration, drop ring handles, the loose fitting cover with four ball finials, so the cover can be used as a separate bowl, length 22.5cm, approx. weight 12.5oz. (2) £200-300

601. A pair of Turkish silver Zarfs, Abdulhmid ii period, circa 1876-1909, tapering circular form, chased with heads, and animals within foliate decoration, on raised square bases, height 6cm, approx. weight 2.4oz. (2) £150-200

602. A Sicilian silver plate, probably 18th century, plain circular form, with a simple bead and foliate border, the underside with traces of gilding, diameter 24.5cm, approx. weight 11.8oz. £300-400

603. A pair of South American silver shoes, unmarked, chased foliate decoration on a matted back ground, with silver buckles and leather soles, the interiors velvet lined and with pierced decoration, length 26cm. (2) £300-400

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604. An early 19th century Spanish silver-gilt beaker, by Celestino Espinosa, Madrid 1827, tapering circular form, on a raised circular foot, engraved with crowned initials, height 8.1cm, approx. weight 4.7oz. £200-300

605. An 18th century French silver beaker, maker’s mark E.C over P, Paris possibly 1748, tapering circular form, chased foliate border on a raised fluted circular foot, height 9.5cm, approx. weight 4.2oz. £80-120

606. An 18th century French provincial silver beaker, by Martin Lumiere, Orleans 1766/8, tapering circular form, engraved foliate decoration, the underside of the base with traces of scratch initials, height 6.3cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £200-300

607. An 18th century French provincial silver beaker, by Jean-Baptiste-Claude Bechuat, Troyes, 1766/7, tapering circular form, engraved foliate decoration, the body punch initialled ‘J.U.B.J’ height 5.8cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £200-300

608. A 19th century Australian silver two-handled cup, by A. L. Brunkhorst, Adelaide circa 1890, tapering circular form, scroll handles, on a raised circular foot, height 9.5cm, approx. weight 5.5oz. £300-400

609. A pair of early 19th century Chinese Export silver pepper pots, with pseudo marks and maker’s mark P, circa 1840, campana form, part-fluted decoration, screw-off covers, on raised circular bases, height 8.8cm, approx. weight 5.9oz. (2) £200-300

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610. An early 19th century Continental silver coffee pot, marked 12 and maker’s mark DR, probably German, panelled circular form, baluster side handle, the pull-off cover with a beaded border and flower finial, height 21cm, approx. weight 18.8oz. £300-500

611. A late 19th century Continental silver and ivory figure of the Madonna and Child, probably Italian, modelled as the Madonna holding the Child, seated on a throne with winged beast supports with ivory faces, on a semicircular base, height 22.8cm. £600-800

612. A 19th century American silver ewer / claret jug, by Gorham, possibly 1887, slender tapering form, with alternated plain and decorated swirl decoration, the hinged cover with a foliate thumb-piece, the scroll handle mounted with Bacchus holding a drinking cup, the base with a monogram, height 31.5cm, approx. weight 28oz. £400-600

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613. A late 18th century French silver mounted scent bottle set, marked with a discharge mark, probably Paris 1781-1789, comprising: a set of four bottles, of faceted circular form, pull-out stoppers with chains, plus two smaller bottles, a scent funnel, a small plated beaker and a mixing dish, in a fitted silk lined square Vernis Martin box, the cover and sides with figures in landscape scenes, length of box 20.5cm. £200-300 Provenance: From the Collection of Lady Ottoline Morrell and then by descent to the present owner.

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614. A pair of continental silver candlesticks, unidentified marks, possibly late 18th century, knopped tapering stems, octagonal capitals, on raised shaped bases, height 21cm, approx. weight 27oz. (2) £800-1,200


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615. A late-19th / early twentieth century Dutch silver basket, maker’s mark A.B, oval form, pierced scroll decoration, with engraved garlands of flowers, drop ring handles, foliate scroll border, on four shell and scroll feet, length 31cm, approx. weight 24.9oz. £300-500

616. A late 17th century Dutch silver brandy bowl, maker’s mark possibly GTB in a monogram, for Gerardus ter Beeck, Groningen circa1692, lobed oval form, scroll handles with mythical beast mounts, on a raised oval foot, inscribed ‘FK. GI’, ‘1692’, length handle to handle 20.8cm, plus another similar Dutch silver brandy bowl, some damage and section missing, approx. total weight 12oz. (2) £1,000-1,500

617. A 19th century Dutch silver gallery tray, pseudo marks for the Hague and for Martinus Van Stapele, square form, pierced gallery with engraved swag decoration, beaded borders, with a lower band of beaded decoration, on our pierced bracket feet, length 29.5cm, approx. weight 45oz. £600-800

618. An 18th century Dutch silver mustard pot, by Jentje Biltius, Sneek 1707-1730, baluster form, scroll handle, domed hinged cover with a shell thumbpiece and foliate decoration, on a raised circular foot, with embossed decoration, punch bead border, height 11cm, approx. weight 3.6oz. £700-900

619. A 19th century Dutch silver biscuits box, with psuedo marks for Jan Buysen, Amsterdam 1788, rectangular form, beaded borders, the interior wood liner and with a later inscription, length 14.7cm. £150-200

620. A late-17th century German two handled silver bowl, probably by Friederich Friederichs, Hamburg circa 1680, circular lobed and swirl fluted form, alternate panels of embossed foliate decoration, scroll side handles, on three ball feet, the border inscribed in Dutch ‘DE BEVRACHTERS VON HET SCHIP DE DOLFIJN VEREHREN AN CAPITEIN ELIAS ANDREASEN DVTH SILVER GESCHIER HAMBORGH ADY 2O INVY, ANNO 1676’, which loosely translates as ‘THE SHIPPERS VON SHIP DOLPHIN VEREHREN AN Captain ELIAS Andreasen DVTH SILVER GESCHIER HAMBORGH ADY 2O Invy, ANNO 1676’, length handle to handle 29.5cm, approx. weight 12.5oz. 65 £600-800


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621. A 17th century Dutch silver ‘Hoof-end’ spoon, maker’s mark worn, Groningen, possibly 1659, the reverse of the oval bowl with scratch initials, the plain rat-tail with a test scrape, twisted stem with a hoof finial, length 15.4cm, plus another Dutch silver ‘Hoof-end’ spoon, possibly 19th century, the reverse of the bowl with two armorials, approx. weight 2.1oz. (2) £600-800

622. A 17th century Dutch silver ‘Hoof-end’ spoon, by Reynier Van Hasselt, Delft 1668, the reverse of the oval bowl with a test scrape, slight tapering faceted handle with a test scrape and initials ‘T.G.A.B’, the hoof finial with an engraved horseshoe, length 16.7cm, plus another Dutch silver hoof-end spoon, the bowl with worn marks for Amsterdam, re-soldered twisted stem with a hoof finial, length 18.3cm, approx. weight 2.7oz. (2) £600-800

623. A 17th century Dutch silver spoon, maker’s mark possibly a scallop, Delft 1672, fig-shaped bowl, tapering faceted and twisted stem with standing mythical beast finial, holding a shield, scratch initialled ‘M.M’, length 18.5cm, plus another 17th century spoon, of similar form, the Hague, possibly 1666, the shield terminal scratch initialled ‘DD’ over ‘CI’, length 17.8cm, approx. weight 2.6oz. (2) £600-800

624. A 17th century Dutch silver ‘Hoof-end’ spoon, possibly Groningen 1648, maker’s mark worn, faceted stem, the hoof finial with scratch initials, ‘G.I’, length 16.5cm, plus a seventeenth century spoon, unmarked, fig-shaped bowl, faceted tapering and twisted stem with a knop finial, scratch initialled ‘G.R’, length 16cm, approx. weight 1.9oz. (2) £600-800

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625. A large 19th century Continental silver soup ladle, unmarked, the stem stamped ‘2’, the reverse of the terminal stamped ‘E’ and ‘A’, length 36.4cm, approx. weight 11oz. £150-200

626. A late 18th century continental silver basting spoon, maker’s mark CH or GH over C, also marked with a K and a 13, probably German, shaped terminal, the reverse of the oval bowl with a shell motif, length 34.2cm, approx. weight 4.9oz. £100-150

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627. An 18th century Dutch silver spoon, unmarked, circa 1734, the reverse of the fig-shaped bowl with engraved decoration, tapering stem with a figural finial, the front with engraved decoration, the stem prick-dot inscribed ‘Jacob Keyser Ao. 1734, 22 Novembr’, length 21cm, approx. weight 1.7oz. £200-300

628. Nocq, H., Le Poincon de Paris, H. Floury, Paris, 1928, five volumes, paper back, in hardback pull-out sleeves. (5) £200-300

629. Thuile, J., L’Orfevrerie Du Languedoc, Generalites de Montpelier at de Toulouse, Theo and Florence Schmied, 1966, three Volumes, plus Thuile, J., L’Orfevrerie Du Languedoc, DU XIIme Au XVIIIme Siecle, Causse et Castelnau,1966, two volumes. (5) £200-300

630. A collection of eight reference books on French Silver, including: Les Orfevres de Bordeaux, de Basses Bretagne, de Douai, de La Genrealite D’Aix-en-Provence, HauteBretagne, de Normandie, de Lyon et de Trevoux, and Pailloux, E., Orfevres et Poinçons Poitou, Angoumois, Aunis at Saintone, 1962. (8) £200-300

631. A collection of ten reference books on French Silver, including: Helft, J., Le Poinçon Des Provinces Francaises, Chez F. De Nobele, 1985, plus volumes on: Les Orfevres de Bourgogne, de Troyes, du Dauphine, de L’Auvergne, Lyon 1798-1940, de Nantes, d’Anjou et du bas Maine, d’Avignon, and Poinçons de Maîtres. (10) £200-300

632. A collection of fifteen reference books on French Silver, including: Mazenot, R., Le Tastevin, Dictionnaire des Poinçons, 1838-1875, two volumes, Les Orfevres de Lorraine et de Sedan, Orfevrerie de Montpellier et du Languedoc, Beuque, Poinçons Officiels, two volumes, plus eight other volumes. (15) £200-300

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633. A collection of silver reference books, comprising: Eighteenth Century Gold Boxes of Paris, Kenneth Snowmann, Eric Clements Silver and Design 1950-2000, 500 years of Irish Silver, Rosenberg, trade catalogues for Mappin and Webb and Elkington, plus Cinco Siglos de Plateria Sevillana, Birmingham Silversmiths, and other volumes. (qty) £150-200

634. Crosby Forbes, H. A., Chinese Export Silver 1785 to 1885, signed and numbered 499 by the author, hard bound with sleeve cover, Museum of American China Trade, 1975. £200-300

635. A collection of silver reference books on silversmiths, including: Paul Storr, Paul de Lamerie, The Parker and Wakelin partnership, House of Barnard, Garrard, Gerald Benney, and Matthew Boutlon, plus The Albert Collection, The Lion Collection and The Benson Collection. (11) £150-250

636. A collection of silver reference books, including: An Illustrated Guide to York Hallmarks, 500 years of Irish Silver, a Celebration of Limerick Silver, Aberdeen Silver, A Directory of Newcastle Goldsmiths, Chester Gold and Silver Marks, Gold Boxes, Military and Naval Silver Old Sheffield Plate and other volumes. (17) £200-300

637. Phillips, P., Paul De Lamerie, His life and Work, Batsford Ltd, 1935, edition of 250, the inside page inscribed ‘31st March 1966, Election Day, From the Koopman Family to The Vander Family’. £300-400

638. A collection of silver reference books on foreign silver, including: Marcas de Contrastes e Ourives Portugueses, The History of and Further Researches in Cape Silver, The makers of Indian Colonial Silver, Indian Silver 18581947, Cape Silver, The Goldsmiths of Malta, the Silver of Malta, Tiffany Silver, and Silversmiths to the Nation. (10) £200-300

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639. A collection of books relating to London Livery companies, including: The Vintner’s Catalogue of Plate, The Mercer’s Company Plate, The Halls of The Livery Companies of The City of London, Goldsmiths Company Members of the Court and Livery since 1688, Grocers’ Hall and the Principal Objects of Interest Therein, plus three other volumes relating to the Goldsmiths Company, and four bound volumes of the Society of Silver Collectors. (11) £100-150

640. Hawkins, J.B., Nineteenth Century Australian Silver, hard bound, two volumes, with dust wrappers, Antique Collector’s Club, 1990, plus Australian Silver 18001900, by the same author, (3) £80-120

641. A small collection of six silver reference books, comprising: Jackson, C., An Illustrated History of English Plate, Batsford, 1911, Volume 1 and 2, half leather bound, plus Catalogue of Plate Belonging to The Duke of Portland, Alfred Jones, 1935, The London Goldsmiths, 1200-1800, Ambrose Heal, Paul Storr by N. Penzer and Old English Gold Plate, by E. Alfred Jones, 1907. (6) £200-300

642. The Wine Circle Journal, 1952-2013, bound in twelve dark blue volumes, plus A collection of Bottle Ticket, Gerald Sanders and The book of the Wine Label. (14) £100-200

643. A late 18th / early 19th century French hand coloured engraving of Boulton and Fothergill’s factory in Soho, Birmingham, glazed and framed, the bottom titled ‘Vue des Magazins & Appartenants a la Manufacture de Boulton & Fothergill situee a Soho pres de Birmingham en Angleterre’, length 50.5cm. £200-300

644. A set of brass silver scales, by W and T Avery, with a foot pedal lifting mechanism, with two circular dishes, with the following Troy weights: 200, 100, 50, 40, 30, 20, 10, 5, 3, 2, 1, 1/2 (x2) and 10 penny weights, height 107cm. £200-300

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DAY T WO: WEDNESDAY 26TH APRIL 2017 AT 10.00AM A PRIVATE COLLECTION OF CADDY SPOONS

645. By Liberty and Co, a silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1936, also stamped 3181, pear shaped bowl with chased intertwined basket-weave decoration, the handle also with intertwined decoration, length 8.5cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £250-300

646. By Liberty and Co, a silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1930, also stamped 3181, plain pear shaped bowl, the handle also with engraved feather-edge decoration, length 8.7cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £250-300

647. By Liberty and Co, a silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1936, also stamped 3181, pear shaped bowl with chased intertwined basket-weave decoration, the handle with a lozenge motif and feather-edge border, length 9.3cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £250-300

648. By Bernard Instone, an Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1927, circular spot-hammered bowl, the handle with Shakespeare’s crest in a shield, length 7.3cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £250-300

649. By Liberty and Co, an Edwardian Art Nouveau silver and enamel caddy spoon, Birmingham 1909, shaped circular bowl, the handle with stylised and green / blue enamel decoration, length 7.8cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £300-400

650. By Davis Limited, an Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1916, large oblong spot-hammered bowl, the handle with pierced leaf decoration, length 9.3cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £100-150

651. By A.E. Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1919, circular spot-hammered bowl, short sealtop handle with a foliate terminal, length 6.3cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £150-200

652. By A.E. Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1922, heart shaped spot-hammered bowl, short handle with a wavy-edge terminal, length 6cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £150-200

653. By A.E. Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1929, fig-shaped spot-hammered bowl, short twisted handle with a bun finial, length 7cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £100-150

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654. By Bernard Instone, an Arts and Crafts commemorative silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1950, rounded rectangular bowl inscribed ‘ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL’ the handle with a depiction of the Cathedral, length 8.1cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £200-300

655. By H.G. Murphy, an Arts and Crafts silver Tree of Life caddy spoon, London 1929, also marked with the Falcon Mark, spot-hammered fig-shaped bowl, the handle pierced with the tree of life, with a rope-work border, length 10cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £300-400

656. By Bernard Instone, an Arts and Crafts commemorative silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1928, shaped oval bowl, inscribed ‘CLOVELLY’, the handle modelled as a standing man and donkey, length 6.4cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £250-300

657. By Greenwood and Watts, an Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, London 1929, fig-shaped spot-hammered bowl, with an intertwined scroll strap-work handle, length 7.3cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £100-150

658. By Omar Ramsden, an Arts and Crafts silver and enamel caddy spoon, London 1927, spot-hammered fig-shaped bowl, the handle with intertwined wire-work decoration and mounted with a red enamel cartouche, length 8.5cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £1,000-1,500

659. By The Artificers Guild, an Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, London 1935, fig-shaped bowl, with a cast stylised foliate handle, length 8.1cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. £200-300

660. By Charles Horner, an Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, London 1927, circular spot-hammered bowl, shaped handle, length 6.8cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £100-150

661. By A.E. Jones, an Arts and Crafts caddy spoon, Birmingham 1916, sideways oval bowl, the handle cast with a fox and grapevines, after Aesops Fables, length 7.2cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £250-300

662. By George Hart for The Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, London 1912, circular spot-hammered bowl, short plain handle, length 6.6cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £100-150

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663. By A.E. Jones, an Arts and Crafts commemorative silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1930, rounded rectangular spot-hammered, the handle pierced and cast with the arms of Oxford University, length 8cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £100-150

664. Designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co, an Edwardian commemorative silver Cymric spoon, Birmingham 1902, also stamped ‘CYMRIC’, circular bowl chased ‘AD 1902 EDVII’, the tapering handle with a ball motif, length 10.8cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £300-400

665. By Bernard Instone, an Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1928, circular spot-hammered bowl, the tapering handle pierced with apples on a tree, length 8.4cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £300-400

666. By Wilson and Sharp Limited, an Edwardian Scottish commemorative silver caddy spoon, Edinburgh 1906, elongated fig-shaped bowl, with an image of St. Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh, and inscribed ‘St.Giles’, the handle modelled as St. Giles with a wounded deer, length 13.2cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £150-200

667. By Liberty and Co., a modern silver and enamel caddy spoon, Edinburgh 1987, circular bowl, the handle with intertwined Art Nouveau sinews and green blue enamel decoration, length 7.3cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £200-250

668. By The Sandheim Brothers, an Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, London 1916, circular bowl, spot-hammered decoration, tapering handle with pierced wire-work decoration and with six hanging rings, length 10.3cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £100-150

669. By A.E. Jones, two modern copies of Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoons, Birmingham 1988, shaped heart-shaped bowls, the handles with pierced decoration, lengths 8.2cm and 7.3cm, approx. weight 2oz. (2) £150-250

670. The Worshipful Company of Grocers, a silver caddy spoon, by J. Mappin, London 1894, fig-shaped bowl, the handle with a camel finial, length 10.8cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £100-150

671. By The Keswick School of Industrial Arts, an Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, Chester 1925, elongated fig-shaped bowl, spot-hammered decoration, intertwined wire-work handle, length 8cm, plus a Keswick Staybrite caddy spoon, spot hammered decoration, simple border, approx. weighable 0.4oz. (2) £200-300

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672. An Irish Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, by D. Moulan, Dublin 1924, shaped circular bowl, spot hammered decoration, tapering handle with an intertwined Celtic motif, length 10.5cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £100-150

673. By R.E. Stone, a silver caddy spoon, London 1953, oval bowl, the tapering handle with a stylised rose, length 9.7cm, approx. weight 1oz. £100-150

674. By William Robb, Ballater, a Scottish provincial commemorative silver caddy spoon, with Edinburgh marks for 1910, the heart shaped bowl embossed with a scene of Balmoral, the thistle handle with a shield and crown, length 8.8cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £200-300

675. A modern Britannia standard silver commemorative caddy spoon, by Mike Softley, London 2005, tapering oval form, the handle chased with a riverboat and buoy, and ‘12-9-63 JDN 129-03’, length 7cm, approx. weight 1oz. £100-150

676. By Thomas O’Connor, a modern Irish Commemorative silver caddy spoon, Dublin 1973, rounded square bowl, the handle modelled as the Gleninsheen Collar, celebrating Ireland’s entry into the European community, length 7.8cm, plus another Irish silver caddy spoon, by W. Egan and Sons, of Cork, with marks for Dublin 1966, also marked with the Jubilee mark of 1916-1966, fluted bowl, the handle with engraved decoration, length 7cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. (2) £150-200

677. By Timothy Burtwell, a commemorative silver Norie Trinity House Pilot’s Cap caddy spoon, London 2005, the interior inscribed ‘12 09 63 JDN 12 09 02’, length 4.7cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £100-150

679. A late-19th century Russian silvergilt and enamel caddy spoon, assay master Anatoly Artsybashev, Moscow circa 1880-90, maker’s mark of GK, shovel shaped bowl, the reverse of the bowl and handle with vari-coloured enamel decoration, length 12.5cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £150-250

680. By Tiffany and Co, an American silver caddy spoon, E. Moore period, heart shaped bowl, initialled flower handle, length 8.5cm, plus an American silver caddy spoon, by Gorham and Co, fluted bowl and foliate handle, approx. weight 1oz. (2) £150-200

The initials J.D.N are for John Duncan Norie, who as well as being a leading collector of caddy spoons was also a London Trinity House Pilot.

678. By Tiffany and Co, two American silver caddy spoons, one with an elongated shell bowl, plain tapering handle, length 7.9cm, plus one with a gilded shell shaped bowl, and pierced foliate handle, length 6.4cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. (2) £150-200

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681. A small collection of seven commemorative silver caddy spoons, one by W. Haseler, Birmingham 1937, with a blue enamelled badge of George VI and Queen Elizabeth, one by Garrard and Co, London 1968, with Prince of Wales Feathers, plus three further caddy spoons, with Prince of Wales Feathers and two others, approx. weight 4.6oz. (7) £300-500

682. A small collection of four silver caddy spoons, comprising: one modelled as a tea pot, by F.E.K, London 1949, with a fluted bowl, length 8.3cm, plus a modern eagle’s wing spoon, Sheffield 1988, and one of oval frying pan form, Levi and Salaman, Birmingham 1910, and one of shovel form, Sheffield 1926, approx. weight 2.4oz. (4) £150-200

683. A collection of five Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoons, comprising: one by William Henry Warmington, London 1953, plain spot-hammered form, initialled, one by The Pairpoint Brothers, London 1926, one by W. Haseler, Birmingham 1937, one by A.J. Bailey, Birmingham 1936, and an unmarked caddy spoon with a pearl cartouche, approx. weight 1.8oz. (5) £200-300

684. A small collection of five Scottish and Celtic inspired silver caddy spoons, comprising: one from Iona, retailed by J.Collie, Oban, the tapering handle chased with a long boat, plus one by Shetland silver, circa 1970, circular bowl, with a circular Celtic handle, one by the Isle of Mull Silver Co (Philip D A Campbell), Edinburgh 1987, and two similar caddy spoons, with spot-hammered bowls and tapering Celtic handles, one by Sydney and Co, Chester 1956, the other by W Johnson & Sons, Birmingham 1936, approx. weight 2.2oz. (5) £250-300

685. A George III silver-gilt Old English pattern caddy spoon, by George Smith, London 1798, later engraved decoration, plus a Victorian silver-gilt caddy spoon, by Lias and Wakely, London 1883, and a George III silver-gilt caddy spoon of shovel form, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1805, bifurcated handle, approx. weight 1.5oz. (3) £150-250

686. A collection of four modern silver caddy spoons, comprising: one by Amanda Birkett, London 1999, circular bowl, the tapering handle pierced with a tree and roots, length 6.2cm, plus one by J. Hadfield, Sheffield 1985, oval bowl spot hammered decoration, one with maker’s mark of E.E.D.N, London 1983, with a circular lapis lazuli terminal, plus a Channel Islands caddy spoon, maker’s mark ‘l’ or ‘T’, approx. weight 2.5oz. (3) £250-300


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687. By Georg Jensen, two Danish silver caddy spoons, Cactus and Viking patterns, the Viking pattern Copenhagen 1928, one terminal dated ‘1935’, length 9.7cm and 9.5cm, approx. weight 1.8oz. (2) £100-150

688. By R.E. Stone, three Art Deco silver commemorative Coronation caddy spoons, London 1935 and 1936, one signed R.E. Stone, one stamped ‘ASPREY’, shaped circular spot-hammered bowls, the terminals with three variations of crowns, one applied ‘EVIII’, length 7.4cm, approx. weight 2.5oz. (3) £300-400

689. A collection of three Danish silver caddy spoons, comprising: two by Evald Nielson, Copenhagen 1926 and 1923, spot-hammered bowls, stylised foliate handles, plus another caddy spoon with pierced foliate decoration, by W.S and S, approx. weight 1.9oz. (3) £100-150

690. By Georg Jensen, three Danish silver caddy spoons, Acorn, Acanthus, and No.77 patterns, the Acorn pattern with import marks for London 1925, importer’s mark of George Stockwell, length 11cm, 10.6cm and 10.3cm, approx. weight 2.3oz. (3) £150-200

691. By Georg Jensen, two Danish silver caddy spoons, Blossom and unknown ornamental patterns, the Blossom pattern Copenhagen 1926, also stamped with design number ‘84’, length 10cm and 11cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. (2) £100-150

692. A Japanese silver caddy spoon, modelled as a standing Geisha lady, holding a parasol, length 13.8cm, plus another smaller Japanese silver spoon, of similar form, the handle also with a musical instrument, approx. weight 1.3oz. (2) £200-300

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693. A collection of six silver caddy spoons, comprising: a Victorian Albert pattern, by William Eaton, London 1840, two Kings Hourglass pattern, London 1817 and 1818, plus a Fiddle pattern one, a Fiddle and Thread pattern one, London 1832, and a Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern spoon, by George Adams, London 1855, approx. weight 5.2oz. (6) £200-300

694. A small collection of ten silver caddy spoons, comprising: a modern one by A.E. Jones, Birmingham 1961, leaf form, one of shovel form, by William Hutton and Sons, Sheffield 1922, a silver-gilt one by Hilliard and Thomason, Birmingham 1854, shovel bowl with a turned ivory handle, one with a shell bowl, London 1887, and six various others, approx. weight 4.5oz. (10) £300-400

695. A collection of ten silver caddy spoons, comprising: one with a foliate shovel bowl, and turned bone handle, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1816, one with a shaped bowl and foliate decoration, by Hilliard and Thomason, 1878, plus one with an ivory handle, by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1816, plus seven various examples, approx. weight 3.6oz. (10) £300-400

696. A collection of five American silver caddy spoons, comprising: one by Shreve, Crump and Low, large circular bowl, pierced and engraved foliate scroll handle, length 11.2cm, plus a silvergilt spoon, with a shaped circular bowl, plus one with a lion handle and shield shaped bowl, and two others, approx. weight 4.3oz. (5) £150-200

697. A small collection of ten silver caddy spoons, comprising: one with a fluted bowl and finial modelled as the bust of Shakespeare, by Birmingham 1903, possibly by Walter Pearsell, plus one with a pierced thistle handle, Edinburgh 1961, plus one with Humpty Dumpty and one with Little Miss Muffet, one with Celtic decoration and five others, approx. weight 5oz. (10) £250-350

698. A collection of ten silver caddy spoons, comprising: one with an engraved shovel bowl, by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1811, one with a leaf shaped bowl, by William Pugh, Birmingham 1810, plus four with fluted bowls, one with a rounded ‘fishtale’ handle, London 1812, and three others, approx. weight 3.5oz. (10) £300-400


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699. A mixed lot of ten silver caddy spoons, comprising: a late-Victorian one with a heart shaped bowl and agate handle, London 1893, one with an Apostle finial, London 1881, one with a Celtic cross, Chester 1935, one with a shovel bowl and pierced handle, plus six other caddy spoons and a silver and shell spoon, the handle initialled, approx, weighable 3.9oz. (10) £300-400

700. A collection of ten antique silver caddy spoons, comprising: a George IV one by John Bettridge, Birmingham 1820, bell shaped bowl, engraved decoration, plus one of shovel form, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1820, one with a fluted oval bowl by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1817, and seven further spoons of various designs, approx. weight 3.3oz. (10) £300-400

701. A collection of ten silver caddy spoons, comprising: one with a Trefid terminal, by Mappin and Webb, London 1912, one with an oval bowl, and pierced handle, plus a one of heart form, with a pierced bowl and handle, Birmingham 1891, plus seven various, approx. weight 4.5oz. (10) £250-350

702. A collection of ten silver caddy spoons, comprising: one of oval saucepan form, by William Pugh, Birmingham 1816, two with shovel bowls, one with an ivory handle, plus one with a figural terminal, London 1883, and six other examples, approx. weight 3.9oz. (10) £300-400

703. A collection of eight silver caddy spoons, comprising: a cast shell and scroll example, by I Freeman and Son, London 1944, a jockey cap, London 1982, a Victorian shell and scroll spoon, by Martin, Hall and Co, Sheffield 1900, one with the enamel arms of Aberystwyth, one with an enamelled badge of the Lodge of Israel Ladies Evening, one with a male bust finial, and two others, approx. weight 4.4oz. (8) £150-250

704. A collection of ten silver caddy spoons, comprising: one with a Lincoln Imp finial, by Thomas Holden, Birmingham 1924, one of heavy gauge with a pierced bowl and handle, Sheffield 1944, one with a pierced fluted bowl, plus two further ones with fluted bowls and five other spoons, approx. weight 5oz. (10) £250-350

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OTHER PROPERTIES

705. A George III silver-mounted shell caddy spoon, unmarked, possibly by Matthew Linwood, Birmingham circa 1810, Fiddle and Thread shaped handle, shell bowl, with an initial, length 7.2cm. £100-150

706. A George III silver Coburg pattern teaspoon, by Paul Storr, London 1818, the terminal with a crest, length 14.3cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £150-200

708. A George III provincial silver meat skewer, by Alexander Kelty, Newcastle circa 1805, tapering form, shell and ring handle, length 31cm, approx. weight 2.4oz. £150-200

709. A set of ten mid 18th century cast silver-gilt naturalistic teaspoons, maker’ mark possibly RS, leaf bowls and pierced twig and leaf handles, length 11.6cm, approx. weight 4.7oz. (10) £200-300

710. A George II silver meat skewer, by Thomas Whipham, London 1755, tapering rectangular form, with a pierced rope-work terminal, initialled, length 32cm, approx. weight 3.5oz. £150-200

711. A reproduction of a Charles I Britannia standard silver two-pronged fork, by Walter Wilson, London 1929, notched terminal, engraved with two crests, length 17.4cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £60-80

712. A George IV silver Fiddle, and Thread pattern marrow scoop, by Paul Storr, London 1820, the reverse of the bowl with a crest, length 22.8cm, approx. weight 1.6oz. £350-400

The original fork was made in 1632, and is the earliest English hallmarked fork. It is engraved with the arms of Manners and Broughton, made for John Manners, later 8th Earl of Rutland. The original fork was acquired by the nation and is in the Victorian and Albert Museum.

The crest is that of Fennel, Forrester, Loudon and De La Plaunch.

713. A pair of 18th century silver serving/asparagus tongs, marks worn, maker’s mark probably HI, circa 1780, central hinged pivot, the arms with Featheredge decoration, length 23.4cm, approx. weight 5.7oz. £150-200

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The crest is that of Henderson.

707. A rare George III silver picture back mote spoon, ‘I LOVE LIBERTY’, maker’s mark only, possibly W?, circa 1765-1770, the reverse of the bowl with a free bird standing on an open bird cage with ‘I LOVE LIBERTY’ above, length 13.8cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £350-400


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714. A George III provincial silver Old English pattern soup ladle, by Richard Richardson IV, Chester 1777, circular bowl, the terminal with initials ‘D’ over ‘G.K’, length 30cm, approx. weight 4.9oz. £300-400 The mark on this piece is the Richard Richardson IV mark 1B. Provenance: purchased from J.H. BourdonSmith Limited, 2 November 1994.

715. A George III large silver Old English pattern basting spoon, by Hester Bateman, London 1777, the terminal with a crest and initials, length 38.5cm, approx. weight 5.2oz. £500-700

716. A Victorian silver regimental soup ladle, The Royal Marines, by George Adams, London 1852, Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern the terminal with the raised badge of the Royal Marines, length 33.5cm, approx. weight 9.9oz. £200-250

717. A matched of eleven George III silver Old English pattern table forks, comprising seven by John Lias, London 1812, plus two London 1785, one London 1812 and one 1814, the reverse of the terminal with an initial, approx weight 21.3oz. (11) £200-300

718. A matched set of six George III silver Old English pattern tablespoons, five by Thomas Doxsey, London 1768, one by Ebenezer Coker, date letter worn, the terminals with a crest, approx. weight 13.8oz. (6) £150-200

719. A set of six George IV silver Old English pattern table forks, by William Bateman, London 1829, the reverse of the terminals with an initial ‘B’, approx. weight 13.9oz. (6) £150-200

720. A set of twelve silver teaspoons, by Martin, Hall and Co, Sheffield 1916, retailed by Asprey, the terminals with Apostle finials, in a fitted case, approx. weight 6oz. (12) £80-120

721. A set of six George III Kings Hourglass pattern tablespoons, by Paul Storr, London 1812, the terminals with a crest, length 22.2cm, approx. weight 18.5oz. (6) £400-600

The crest is that of Anstee, Appleby, Monckton, Ward and other families.

The crest is that of Murray.

722. A set of twenty-three Victorian silver-gilt teaspoons, by Francis Higgins, London 1878, tapering handles with chased foliate decoration, engraved with a crest, in a fitted velvet lined case, approx. weight 17.3oz. (23) £200-300

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723. A matched set of six Victorian and Edwardian silver Hanoverian pattern table and dessert forks, by Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1908, one dessert fork London 1887 by Francis Higgins, one by William Hutton and Sons, Sheffield 1908, three-pronged tines, approx. weight 24oz. (12) £200-300

724. A set of nine Queen Anne silver Hanoverian pattern dessert forks, by David Willaume, London 1713, three-pronged tines, the reverse of the terminals with a crest, approx. weight 16oz. (9) £800-1,200

725. A matched set of eight George I silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoons, by James Wilks, London 1726, the oval bowl with a plain rat-tail, the reverse of the terminal with a cipher, two sizes, lengths 20.5cm and 19.4cm, approx. weight 18oz. (8) £400-600

726. A matched set of six William IV silver die-struck dessert spoons, The Mansion House, five by William Chawner, London 1832, one by Mary Chawner, London 1836, the terminals with the raised depiction of the Mansion House, approx. weight 12.3oz. (6) £200-250

727. A set of twelve silver-handled Old English pattern table and dessert knives, by A. Haviland-Nye, Sheffield 1971, (12) £200-300

728. A set of twelve George III silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoons, by James Tookey, London 1760, the reverse of the terminals with a crest, approx. weight 27oz. (12) £400-600

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729. A late-Victorian/Edwardian silver Princess pattern part canteen, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1900/1901, comprising: twenty seven tablespoons, twenty four table forks, sixteen dessert forks, seventeen dessert spoons, eleven teaspoons, two sauce ladles and four egg spoons, approx weight 229oz. (qty) £2,000-3,000

730. A matched silver Old English Shell pattern part canteen for twelve, the majority by C. J Vander, London various dates, comprising: twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks, four tablespoons, eleven dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, (four with turned up terminals), twelve table knives and twelve dessert knives, plus eight fish knives and eight fish forks, hollow handles, approx. weighable 106oz. (qty) £1,000-1,500

731. A William IV silver Queen’s pattern canteen for six, by William Chawner, London 1831, the terminals initialled, comprising: six table forks, six tablespoons, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, six teaspoons, a basting spoon and a sauce ladle, and a basting spoon, approx. weight 80oz. (32) £600-800

732. A George IV / William IV / Victorian matched silver King’s pattern canteen, various dates and makers including Charles Boyton, London 1868, George Adams, and Hayne and Cater, London 1865, the terminals with a crest, comprising: twenty-four table forks, eight tablespoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons and ten teaspoons, approx. weight 164oz. (qty) £1,200-1,800

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733. A Victorian silver Carrington Shield Variant pattern basting spoon, by Smith and Nicolson, London 1863, the terminal with a crest, length 31.8cm, approx. weight 6.3oz. £200-300 The crest is that of Waley.

734. A George III silver Old English Feather-edge pattern with shoulders basting spoon, by Thomas Evans, London 1768, the terminal with a crest and initials, length 29cm, approx. weight 3.3oz. £150-200

735. A George IV silver King’s Honeysuckle pattern basting spoon, by Henry Holland, London 1824, the terminal with a crest, length 30cm, approx. weight 5.8oz. £120-150

The crest is that of Angus, Edwards, Fairfax, Northwick and Wilde.

736. An early-Victorian silver single struck Kings Husk pattern basting spoon, by William Bateman and Daniel Ball, London 1842, the terminal with initials, length 30.5cm, approx. weight 5.3oz. £100-150

737. A Victorian silver single-struck Albert pattern basting spoon, by J. Whiting, London 1868, the terminal with a crest, length 30.5cm, approx. weight 5.8oz. £100-150 The crest is that of Cusack-Smith.

738. A Victorian silver Queen’s pattern basting spoon, by Hayne and Cater, London 1854, the reverse of the bowl with an oyster shell heel, the terminal with a crest, length 30.2cm, approx. weight 6oz. £150-200 The crest is that of Baker, Blackwell, and Mellish.

739. A George III provincial silver Old English pattern basting spoon, by Thomas Law, Sheffield 1796, the terminal with initials, length 30.8cm, approx. weight 3.8oz. £150-200

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740. An early-Victorian silver Unknown pattern basting spoon, by William Eaton, London 1840, shaped terminal, thread borders, the terminal with a crest, length 31.4cm, approx. weight 6oz. £150-200

741. An Edwardian silver Albert pattern basting spoon, by Carrington and Co, London 1909, the terminal with a crest, length 30.5cm, approx. weight 6.5oz. £100-150


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742. A Victorian provincial silver Floral Beads and Drop Terminal basting spoon, by James and Josiah Williams, Exeter 1854, plain terminal, length 32.8cm, approx. weight 7.3oz. £100-150

743. A George III silver Old English pattern basting spoon, by Hester Bateman, London 1785, the terminal with initials, length 29cm, approx. weight 3.2oz. £150-200

744. A Victorian silver Albert pattern basting spoon, by George Adams, London 1873, plain terminal, length 20.3cm, approx. weight 6.4oz. £80-120

745. A Victorian silver Victoria pattern basting spoon, by Hayne and Cater, London 1852, plain terminal, length 30cm, approx. weight 6oz. £150-200

746. A pair of George III silver Fiddle, Thread and Drop pattern basting spoons, by Eley and Fearn, London 1798, the terminals with a crest, length 30.3cm, approx. weight 9.6oz. (2) £200-300

747. A George III silver Old English pattern straining spoon, by Walter Tweedie, London 1776, the terminal initialled, length 29cm, approx. weight 3.5oz. £150-200

748. A George III silver telescopic toasting fork, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1810, with a three section system, ebonised handle, with a ring terminal, with initials, extended length 73.5cm. £200-300

749. A George III silver punch ladle, by Hester Bateman, London 1783, oval lobed form, turned ivory baluster handle, length 36cm. £200-300

750. A George III silver toasting fork, by George King, London 1819, three pronged with a tapering mount, with a long turned wooden baluster handle, unmarked ring terminal, length 75.8cm. £200-300

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751. A collection of silver Kings pattern flatware, various dates and makers, comprising: six table forks, six dessert spoons, London 1851, six teaspoons, a set of ten Scottish teaspoons, a single dessert spoon, five fish knives, five fish forks, five dessert knives, and five silverhandled tea knives, in a fitted wooden case, approx. weighable 45oz. (qty) £500-700

752. A Victorian silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern canteen for twelve, Messrs Lias, London 1875, the terminals with a crest, comprising: eighteen table forks, twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve tablespoons, a soup ladle, a basting spoon, a pair of sauce ladles, and a butter knife, plus a set of twelve Onslow pattern teaspoons, same date and maker, and a matched sugar spoon, by Mary Chawner, London 1838, in a fitted wooden case, approx. weight 168oz. (qty) £1,500-2,000

753. A matched George III, Victorian and Edwardian silver Old English pattern canteen for twelve, the majority by Charles Boyton, and Charles Boyton and Sons, London 1903 and 1904, the terminals with a crest, comprising: twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, (two by George Adams, London 1876), eleven tablespoons, (three by Richard Crossley, London 1788), ten teaspoons, (various makers), a soup ladle, a basting spoon, and a pair of sauce ladles, in a fitted wooden case, approx. weight 120oz. (qty) £800-1,200

754. A part canteen of Victorian silver Fiddle, Thread and Husk pattern flatware, by George Adams, London 1843, the terminals with two crests, comprising: twelve table forks, nine dessert forks, ten tablespoons, ten dessert spoons and a soup ladle, approx. weight 116oz. (qty) £800-1,200

The crest is that of Kingdon.

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755. A late-Victorian silver Fiddle and Thread canteen for twenty-four, by Gibson and Langman, London 1898, the terminals crested, comprising: twenty-four tablespoons, twentyfour table forks, twenty-four dessert forks, (one by J. Hunt, London 1863), twenty-four teaspoons, twenty-eight dessert spoons, (one by J. Hunt, London 1863), four sauce ladles, a pair of basting spoons and two butter knives, plus sixteen fruit forks, eleven fruit knives (1897), four fruit knives (Sheffield 1924), thirty-three dessert knives, (by the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1902 and other makers), twenty four various table knives, Victorian and later, various makers, plus a pair of electroplated salad servers and an electroplated Old English pattern soup ladle, in a fitted wooden case with pull-out trays, approx. weighable 237oz. (qty) £3,000-4,000

756. A silver Trefid pattern canteen for twelve, by Thomas Bradbury and Sons, London 1938, three pronged forks, the bowls with ribbed rat-tails, comprising: twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve soup spoons, twelve fish knives, twelve fish forks, six table spoons, twelve grapefruit spoons, two butter knives, twelve teaspoons, twelve coffee spoons, six egg spoons, a pair of fish servers, a soup ladle, a pair of sauce ladles, a pair of asparagus tongs, a pair of sugar tongs, a pair of salt spoons, twelve fruit knives with mother-of-pearl handles, by the Harrison Brothers, Sheffield 1937, with twelve ivory and ivorine handled table and dessert knives and a four-piece carving set, in a fitted three drawer wooden cabinet with two hinged flaps, approx. weight 220oz. £2,000-3,000

The crest is that of Hardy and Gathorne, family of the Earls of Cranbrook.

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757. A small collection of Scottish provincial and Colonial silver flatware, comprising: a pair of Old English pattern tablespoons, marked GP three times, two dessert spoons by James Erskine, Aberdeen, a tablespoon marked IN three times, a dessert fork marked GN three times, and a toddy ladle marked CG twice and HNS in separate punches, approx. weight 9.8oz. (7) £200-300

758. A collection of George III silver Old English pattern flatware, various dates and makers, some by Thomas Wallis, over-struck with maker’s mark of William Adby, London 1801, the terminals with a crest, comprising: twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks, a salad fork, a basting spoon, a sauce ladle, plus a tapering meat skewer, London 1766, and a set of twelve pistol grip handled knives, by Dru Drury II, London circa 1770, foliate mounts, steel blades, approx. weighable 55oz. (qty) £800-1,200

759. A collection of early 19th century French silver Fiddle and Thread pattern flatware, various makers, the majority Paris 18191838, some 1803-1809 and some past 1838, some terminals initialled, comprising: nineteen tablespoons and twelve table forks, approx. weight 86oz. (qty) £400-600

760. A set of six George III Irish silver buttons, maker’s mark possibly DK for Darby Kehoe, Dublin circa 1780, plain circular form, plus a similar set of five, possibly by Benjamin Tait, circa 1785, diameters 1.6cm and 2cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. (11) £200-300

761. A George III Irish provincial silver Celtic Point pattern sauce ladle, by Carden Terry and Jane Williams, Cork circa 1810, oval bowl, plain terminal, length 18cm, approx. weight 1.8oz. £100-150

762. A set of twelve George III Irish silver Fiddle pattern dessert forks, by James Scott, Dublin 1819, also with marks for John Twycross, probably acting as a retailer, both sides of the terminal with a crest, approx. weight 12.7oz. (12) £200-300

763. A set of six George III Irish silver Celtic Point and Thread pattern tablespoons, by Samuel Neville, Dublin 1799, the terminals with a crest, approx. weight 13.4oz. (6) £150-200

764. A set of twelve William IV Irish silver Fiddle pattern table forks, by Philip Weeks, Dublin 1833, the reverse of the terminal with a crest and initials, approx. weight 28.5oz. (12) £250-300

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765. A rare George III Irish provincial silver sugar bowl, by Phillip Walsh, Limerick circa 1780, circular form, with ribbed and beaded decoration, engraved with a crest, on three shell capped hoof feet, diameter 13.2cm, approx. weight 5.1oz. £2,000-3,000

766. A rare George III Irish provincial silver bowl, by William Fitzgerald, Limerick circa 1800, tapering circular form, on a raised circular pedestal base, reeded borders, diameter 17.8cm, height 11cm, approx. weight 9.7oz. £3,000-4,000

The crest is that of the Irish families Stewart, Villiers and Darcus.

767. An Irish provincial later silver-mounted 18th century glass bowl and cover, the mount by Egan of Cork, marked in three punches Egan, the three masted ship and Cork, the bowl of ribbed circular form, pull-off cover, the silver foot of raised circular form, height 24cm. £400-600

768. An early 19th century Irish provincial silver sugar bowl, by Isaac Solomon, Cork circa 1820, circular bellied form, embossed with foliate scroll decoration, foliate borders, with two cartouches with a crest and initials, on a raised circular foot, diameter 15cm, approx. weight 10.2oz. £400-600 The crest is that recorded in Dublin in 1816 for Lowther and Villeneufue.

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769. A George III Irish silver two-handled cup, by Matthew West, Dublin circa 1770, baluster form, leaf capped scroll handles, embossed with swags, birds and foliate decoration, engraved with a crest, on a raised circular foot, height 15.5cm, approx. weight 13oz. £200-300

770. A Victorian Irish silver teapot, by Edward Power, Dublin 1838, lobed circular form, embossed foliate decoration on a matted background, fluted hinged cover, scroll handle, on four foliate bracket feet, length handle to spout 27.5cm, approx. weight 19.4oz. £250-300

771. A pair of George III Irish silver waiters, by Joseph Jackson, Dublin circa 1770, circular form, gadroon borders, the centre with later chased foliate foliate scroll decoration and with a central crest, on three hoof feet, one foot a.f, diameter 17.5cm, approx. weight 17.5oz. (2) £300-500 The crest is that of Fitzgerald, family of the Dukes of Leinster, Earls of Kildare.

772. A late 18th century silver seven-bar toast rack, marked Sterling, probably Irish provincial, circa 1790-1800, shaped rectangular base, wire-work bars, central carrying handle, engraved with a crest, on four flute bracket feet, length 18.5cm, approx. weight 7.9oz. £300-400

773. A set of six George III Scottish silver Celtic Point pattern tablespoons, possibly by John Sinclair, Edinburgh 1802, plain terminals, approx. weight 12.8oz. (6) £200-300

774. A set of six George III Scottish provincial silver Old English pattern table forks, by David Izat, Aberdeen circa 1790, the terminals with initials, length 16.8cm, approx. weight 11oz. (6) £350-400

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775. A late-Victorian Scottish silver coffee pot, by Hamilton and Inches, Edinburgh 1898, plain baluster form, scroll handle, domed cover with an urn finial, beaded borders, on a circular foot, height 27.2cm, approx. weight 30.9oz. £250-300

776. A Victorian Scottish silver Cellini pattern ewer, by George Edward and Son, Glasgow 1887, tapering circular form, caryatid scroll handle, with ivory insulators, hinged cover, the front with a vacant oval cartouche, on a raised circular foot, height 33.5cm, approx. weight 27.2oz £700-900 The crest is that of Gibbs and of Blake.

777. A mid 18th century Scottish silver kettle on stand, assay master Hugh Gordon, Edinburgh 1752, maker’s mark E.O script probably for Ebenezer Oliphant, circular form, embossed foliate scroll decoration on a matted background, hinged central handle with mask mounts, figural supports with wicker binding, engraved with two armorials, the stand of circular form, with a cast foliate scroll and mask apron, on three dog mask capped scroll legs, terminating in pad feet, with a burner, height 39cm, approx. weight 73oz. £2,000-3,000

778. A George II Scottish provincial silver waiter / coffee pot stand, by George Cooper, Aberdeen circa 1740, shaped circular form, moulded border, the centre with chased decoration, and with a later crest and motto, on three hoof feet, diameter 15.7cm, approx. weight 5.9oz. £1,000-1,500 The later crest and motto are those of Chinnery.

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779. A Victorian Scottish silver King’s shape with a rococo terminal basting spoon, by W.C. Taylor, Glasgow 1861, the terminal with an initial, length 29.7cm, approx. weight 4oz. £100-150

780. A set of six early-19th century Scottish provincial silver Fiddle-pattern dessert spoons, by James Begg, Aberdeen, c.1840, the terminal initialled, approx. weight 6.2oz. (6) £200-300

781. A Victorian Scottish silver single struck King’s shape basting spoon, by J. Murray, Glasgow 1868, the terminal with a monogram, length 29.5cm, approx. weight 4oz. £80-120

782. A pair of early 19th century Scottish provincial silver wine labels, by Robert Keay, Perth circa 1820, cartouche form, engraved foliate scroll decoration, incised ‘SHERRY’ and ‘PORT’, length 5.2cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. (2) £200-300

783. A pair of Victorian silver wine labels, by Messrs. Lias, London 1846, vine leaf form, pierced ‘BARSAC’ and ‘FRONTIGNAC’, length 9.3cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. (2) £100-150

784. A George III Scottish silver wine label, by George Fenwick, Edinburgh circa 1810, plain oval form, incised and blackened ‘MOUNTAIN’, length 5cm, plus a George IV Scottish silver wine label, by George McHattie, Edinburgh circa 1820, rounded rectangular form, incised ‘GINGER’, approx. weight 0.7oz. (2) £150-200

785. A pair of George III Irish silver wine labels, by John Teare, Dublin 1818, shaped form, with two Bacchanalian putti with a ewer and goblet and with bunches of grapes, pierced ‘BARSAC and ‘MADEIRA’, length 5.5cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. (2) £200-300

786. A Victorian silver and enamel wine label, by Rawlings and Summers, London 1850, concentric circular form, with blue and red enamel decoration, titled ‘PORT’, plus a smaller Victorian silver wine label of similar form, by William Summers, London 1886, titled ‘CURACAO’, length 4.2cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. (2) £150-200

787. A pair of George III silver wine labels, by Hester Bateman, London circa 1780, crescent, goblet and festoon form, brightcut borders, the goblet with a crest, incised and blackened ‘LISBON’ and ‘MOUNTAIN’, length 4.6cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. (2) £300-500

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788. A pair of George III silver-gilt wine labels, by Paul Storr, London 1817, shaped form, with Bacchanalian putti with a ewer and goblet and trailing grape vines, pierced ‘HOCK’ and ‘SAUTERNE’, length 5.5cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. (2) £600-800

789. A George IV silver wine label, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1826, goblet form, bright-cut border, incised ‘BUCELLAS’, length 4.3cm, plus a George III silver wine label of similar form, by Phipps and Robinson, London circa 1790, incised ‘SHERRY’, approx. weight 0.4oz. (2) £200-300

790. A pair of George III silver-gilt wine labels, by Digby Scott and Benjamin Smith, London 1804, shaped cartouche form, with a central mask and scroll and vine decoration, incised ‘VIN DU RHIN’ and ‘SHERRY’, length 5.7cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. (2) £250-300

791. A George IV provincial silver wine label, by Isaac Parkin, Exeter 1825, broad rectangular form, incised ‘RUM’, length 3.8cm, plus another George IV provincial silver wine label, by George Ferris, Exeter 1825, broad rectangular form, reeded border, incised ‘HOLLANDS’, approx. weight 0.5oz. (2) £200-300

792. Two similar George III Irish silver wine labels, one by Hamy, Dublin, no date letter, the other by John Townsend, Dublin circa 1810, shell form, incised ‘SHERRY’ and ‘MADEIRA’, lengths 5cm and 5.3cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. (2) £200-300

793. A matched pair of George IV silver regimental wine labels, one by John Reily, London 1825, the other by Mary and Charles Reily, London 1826, shaped rectangular form, foliate borders, engraved with the regimental badge of the 99th Lanarkshire Regiment of Foot, pierced ‘BARSAC’ and ‘MADEIRA’, length 6cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. (2) £150-200

794. A pair of George III silver wine labels, by Hester Bateman, London circa 1780, plain crescent form, with wire-work neck rings, incised ‘WHITE’ and ‘PORT’, width 3cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. (2) £200-300

795. A George II provincial silver wine label, by Isaac Cookson, Newcastle circa 1745, escutcheon form, chased vine decoration, incised ‘HOCK’, plus another George II provincial silver wine label, by James Lamb, Newcastle circa 1755, escutcheon form, chased vine decoration, pierced ‘MADEIRA’, approx. weight 0.8oz. (2) £200-300

796. A George III silver wine label, by Robert Garrard, London 1817, oval form, with a lion head finial, vine decoration, wire-work neck ring, pierced ‘CYPRUS’, length 5.1cm, plus a George IV silver-gilt wine label of similar form, by William Sumner, marks lost in piercing, circa 1825, pierced ‘PALE SHERRY’, approx. weight 1.3oz. (2) £100-150

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797. The Worshipful Company of Ironmongers, a pair of Victorian electroplated neck ring wine labels, unmarked, reeded border, engraved twice with the crest of the Ironmongers Company, pierced ‘DRY PORT’ and ‘FRUITY PORT’, diameter at base 8.6cm. (2) £100-150

798. A matched pair of George IV provincial silver wine label, by Owen Fielding, Exeter 1823 and 1826, broad rectangular form, canted corners, incised and blackened ‘SAUTERNE’ and ‘VIDONIA’, length 4.6cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. (2) £250-300

799. A pair of Victorian silver neck ring wine labels, no apparent maker’s mark, London 1842, circular form, engraved foliate decoration, with a crest, incised and blackened ‘SHERRY’ and ‘MADEIRA’, diameter 7.6cm, approx. weight 1.9oz. (2) £150-200

800. A pair of George III silver wine labels, by William Turton, London circa 1790, scroll form, pierced zig-zag border, brightcut decoration, incised ‘MADEIRA’ and ‘SHERRY’, length 6.2cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. (2) £200-300

801. A pair modern silver wine labels, by Wendy Marshall, London 2001, tear drop form, scroll ring handle, engraved ‘SHERRY’ and ‘MADEIRA’, length 11cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. (2) £150-200

802. A George IV Regimental silver wine label, by William Burwash, London 1826, shaped scroll form, with shell mounts and engraved with the badge of the 50th Regiment, pierced ‘MADEIRA’, length 8.5cm, plus a similar wine label, re-titled ‘BRANDY’, marks possibly lost in re-titling, approx. weight 2.3oz. (2) £100-150

803. A matched pair of George II silver wine labels, by Sandilands Drinkwater, London 1745, plain crescent form, incised ‘CLARET’ and ‘MADEIRA’, length 4.7 and 4.8cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. (2) £150-200

804. A matched pair of George III provincial silver wine labels, one by Richard Richardson, Chester circa 1780, the other unmarked, oblong form, wire-work neck rings, incised and blackened ‘EBULUM’ and ‘FRONTINIAC’, length 5.3cm, approx. weight 1oz. (2) £200-300

805. A George III provincial silver wine label, by Young Greaves and Hoyland, Sheffield 1786, bright-cut star form, incised ‘PORT’, plus another similar, by Susanna Barker, London circa 1790, incised ‘SHERRY’, length 4.2cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. (2) £200-300

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806. A George IV silver wine label, by William Bateman, London 1826, rectangular form, canted corners, reeded borders, incised and blackened ‘BRONTE’, plus a William IV silver label, by Reily and Storer, London 1830, incised ‘MARCELLAS’, approx. weight 0.6oz. (2) £200-300

807. A George III silver wine label, by Thomas and James Phipps, London 1817, rectangular form, canted corners, reeded borders, incised and blackened ‘CAPE’, plus a George III silver wine label, unmarked, similar form, incised ‘MURON’, approx. weight 0.5oz. (2) £200-300

808. An early Victorian silver wine label, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1839, rectangular form, canted corners, reeded borders, incised ‘SCHEEDAM GENEVA’, plus a Victorian silver wine label, H. Thornhill, similar form, incised ‘KÜMEL’, approx. weight 0.5oz. (2) £200-300

809. A William IV III silver wine label, by J and A Savory, London 1837, rectangular form, canted corners, incised ‘SERCIAL’, plus a George IV silver wine label, by Charles Rawlings, London 1821,similar form, reeded borders, incised ‘SIRCEAL’, approx. weight 0.6oz. (2) £200-300

810. A pair of William IV silver wine labels, by Reily and Storer, London 1831, shaped rectangular form, fluted and foliate border, pierced ‘SHERRY’ and ‘PORT’, length 6cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. (2) £100-150

811. A George III silver wine label, by James Hyde, Londo1798, rectangular form, canted corners, reeded borders, incised ‘CONIAC’, plus a George IV silver wine label, by Thomas Troby, London 1828, similar form, incised ‘CORDIAL’, approx. weight 0.4oz. (2) £200-300

813. A George IV silver wine label, by John Reily, London 1823 rectangular form, canted corners, reeded borders, incised ‘MEDES’, plus a George III silver wine label, by Phipps and Robinson, London 1810, similar form, engraved with a crest, incised ‘NATIVE’, approx. weight 0.5oz. (2) £200-300

814. A George III silver wine label, by J.A, London 1814, rectangular form, canted corners, reeded borders, incised ‘ZANTE’, plus a George III silver wine label, by Edward Witham, London 1819, incised ‘BUAL’, approx. weight 0.6oz. (2) £200-300

Sercial is the driest of the madeira wines.

812. A George III silver wine label, by Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1812, rectangular form, canted corners, reeded borders, incised ‘ARBAFLOR’, plus a George III silver wine label, by Thomas Hyde, London circa 1805, similar form, incised ‘ARRACK’, approx. weight 0.6oz. (2) £200-300

The crest is that of Ogle.

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815. A George III provincial silver wine label, by Richard Richardson, Chester circa 1775, rectangular form, feather-edge border, incised ‘CLARET’, length 5.3cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £150-200

816. A Victorian provincial silver wine label, by James and Josiah Williams of Bristol, Exeter 1868, goblet and festoon form, bright-cut decoration, incised ‘CLARET’, length 4.8cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £100-150

817. A George III Scottish silver wine label, by R. Morton, Edinburgh 1817, broad rectangular form, incised ‘CLARET No. 1’ below a running fox, length 5.5cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £150-200

818. A George III silver wine label, by Thomas and James Phipps, London 1818, shaped form, with a Bacchus mask and pierced trailing grapevines, engraved with a crest and pierced ‘CLARET’, length 6cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £100-150

819. A silver-gilt and enamel wine label, by Robert Pringle and Sons, London 1929, rectangular form, canted corners, enamelled in black ‘ABSINTHE’, length 4.3cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £100-150

820. A George III cast silver wine label, by Thomas and James Phipps, London 1818, shaped oval form, pierced vine decoration, the centre pierced ‘M’, length 6.3cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £100-150

822. A George III provincial silver wine label, by Joseph Duke, Chester circa 1800, crescent form, the ends with a scroll motif, reeded border, incised ‘R : PORT’, length 7.3cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £200-300

823. A modern silver wine labels, by Leslie Durbin, London 1953, shaped form, with a crown finial, and mounted with two standing lions, incised ‘PLYMOUTH’, rhodium plated, length 6.2cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. (2) £100-150

The crest is that of Shepherd of Surrey and Devon.

821. A modern silver wine labels, by Leslie Durbin, London 1953, shaped form, with a crown finial, and mounted with two standing lions, incised ‘KELDER’, length 6.2cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. (2) £100-150

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824. A Victorian silver-gilt sauce label, by William Summers, London 1864, scallop shell form, incised ‘FRENCH VINEGAR’, length 2.5cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £200-300

825. A Victorian Scottish silver wine label, by Hamilton and Inches, Edinburgh 1887, crescent form, engraved ‘RARE FANK OLD’, length 5.2cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £100-150

826. A George III silver sauce label, by Story and Elliott, London 1813, scallop shell form, pierced ‘HERVEY’, length 3.3cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £200-300

827. A George III silver armorial wine label, by John Osbourne, circa 1795, rectangular form, canted corners, mounted with a crest of two birds, incised ‘CLARET’, length 3.1cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £150-200

828. A George III silver wine label, by John Whittingham, London circa 1790, modelled as a crown, bright-cut borders, incised ‘SHERRY’, length 5.1cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £300-400

829. A George III silver wine label, by Thomas Hobbs. London 1803, rounded rectangular form, pierced and bright-cut decoration, with a vacant oval pediment, pierced ‘SHRUB’, length 4.9cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £100-150

831. A Victorian provincial silver wine label, by Barber and North, York circa 1845, broad rectangular form, shell and gadroon border, pieced ‘PAXARETE’, length 5.9cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £150-200

832. A George IV silver Armorial wine label, Harrison, maker’s mark lost in the piercing, London 1825, rectangular form, reeded and grape decoration, pierced ‘SHERRY’, length 6cm, approx. weight 0.8oz £200-300

The crest is that of Onslow, family of the Earls of Onslow.

830. A George IV silver wine label, by Robert Garrard, London 1829 shaped form with a cast fox amongst vine leaves, pierced ‘SILERY’ length 6.8cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £300-500

The crest is that of Harrison, of London and North Riding.

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833. A pair of George III silver wine labels, by William Elliott, London 1818, broad rectangular form, gadroon and shell borders, engraved with a crest, pierced ‘HERMITAGE’ and ‘CLARET’, length 5.5cm, approx. weight 1.6oz. (2) £150-200

834. A pair of large William IV silver ‘cutout letter’ wine labels, by George Horton Birmingham 1830, modelled as the letters ‘R’ and ‘M’, with foliate motifs length 4.8cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. (2) £100-150

835. A pair George II silver wine labels, by Sandilands Drinkwater, London 1745, plain escutcheon form, incised ‘PORT’ and ‘MADEIRA’, also initialled, length 5.2cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. (2) £150-200

836. A George III silver wine label, by Elizabeth Morley, London 1809, rectangular form, canted corners, reeded borders, incised ‘LACRIMA’, plus a George III silver wine label, by Susanna Barker, London 1792, similar form, incised ‘CHICHES’, approx. weight 0.5oz. (2) £200-300

837. A pair of William IV silver ‘cut-out letter’ wine labels, by Reily and Storer, London 1831, modelled as the letters ‘G’ and ‘P’, approx. weight 1.1oz. (2) £100-150

838. A George IV silver wine label, by George King, London 1821, rectangular form, canted corners, reeded borders, incised and blackened ‘PONTAC’, plus a George III silver label, of similar form, incised and blackened ‘RHENISH’, approx. weight 0.5oz. (2) £200-300

839. Two similar George III provincial silver wine labels, one by John Twemlow, Chester circa 1820, the other possibly by James France, Manchester circa 1784, slender arched rectangular form, bright-cut borders, pierced pediment, incised ‘W.WINE’ and ‘HOLLANDS’, lengths 5cm and 4.7cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. (2) £200-300

840. A William IV silver wine label, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1831 rectangular form, canted corners, reeded borders, incised ‘GRAVE’, plus a George III silver wine label, by Elizabeth Morley, London circa 1810, similar form, incised ‘CURT. WINE’, approx. weight 0.6oz. (2) £150-200

841. A pair of George III provincial silver wine labels, by Robert Kippax, Sheffield 1796, broad arched rectangular form, with canted corners, engraved with a crest, and incised ‘MADEIRA’ and ‘PORT’, length 4.5cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. (2) £100-150

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842. A matched set of three Irish provincial silver wine labels, by John Toleken, Cork circa 1800, one marked Sterling only, shaped crescent form, engraved decoration, incised ‘BARSAC’, ‘ORANGE BRANDY’, and ‘NOYAU’, length 4.8cm, approx. weight 1oz. (3) £300-500

843. A pair of George III Irish silver wine labels, by John Egar, Dublin circa 1810, retailed by Law, arched rectangular form, incised and blackened ‘TENERIFFE’ and ‘BUCCELLAS’, length 4.9cm, plus a single similar wine label, incised ‘PORT’, approx. weight 0.8oz. (3) £150-250

844. A small collection of three George III Irish silver wine labels, oval pierced form, comprising: one by John Stoyte, Dublin circa 1790, with a pierced pediment, incised ‘W.WINE’, length 6.3cm, plus one by William Law, circa 1790, incised ‘SHERRY’, and one by George Nangle, Dublin circa 1795, incised ‘SHERRY’, approx. weight 0.8oz. (3) £250-300

845. A small collection of three George III Irish silver wine labels, comprising: a provincial label, by Kean Mahony, Cork circa 1790, incised ‘SHERRY’, one by Phileas Garde, Dublin circa 1810, rectangular form, bright-cut borders, incised ‘POTIEN’, plus one by George Nangle, Dublin circa 1800, incised ‘W.WINE’, approx. weight 0.6oz. (3) £200-300

846. A collection of three early 19th century Irish silver wine labels, shaped oval form, shell, scroll and reed borders, comprising: one by James Fray, Dublin circa 1820, engraved with a crest and pierced ‘TENERIFFE’, plus one pierced ‘MADEIRA’, retailed by West, and one incised ‘SHERRY’, by John Teare, approx. weight 1.3oz. (3) £100-150

847. A matched set of three George III Scottish silver wine labels, by Patrick Robertson, Edinburgh 1789, one with maker’s mark only, rectangular form, incised ‘SHERRY’, ‘MADEIRA’ and ‘PORT’, length 5.8cm, approx. weight 1oz. £150-250

The crest is that of Dolland.

848. A matched set of three George III provincial silver wine labels, two by Richard Morton, Sheffield 1791, and one by Luke Proctor and Co, Sheffield 1790, crescent form with draped decoration, incised ‘W.WINE’, ‘PORT’ and ‘WHISKY’, length 5.2cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. (3) £150-200

849. A collection of three early 19th century Scottish silver wine labels, comprising: one by Robert Gray and Sons, Edinburgh 1809, incised ‘SHRUB’, another by Robert Gray incised ‘GIN’, and one by Alexander Henderson, Edinburgh circa 1815, incised ‘PORT’, approx. weight 0.5oz. (3) £150-250

850. A set of three George III silver wine labels, by Hester Bateman, London circa 1786, crescent, goblet and festoon form, punch bead and bright-cut borders, incised ‘CLARET’, ‘BURGUNDY’ and ‘MADEIRA’, length 4.7cm. approx. weight 0.9oz. (3) £400-600

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851. A collection of fourteen ivory wine labels, comprising: a pair of cartouche form, titled ‘OLD-TOM’ and ‘BROWN BRANDY’, a set of three titled ‘SAUTERNE’, ‘VIDONIA’ and ‘HOCK’, plus a pair ‘PAXARETE’ and ‘VIDONIA’, and six others. (14) £150-250

852. A collection of five 19th century silver wine labels, various vine leaf form, comprising: a pair by George Unite, pierced ‘GINGER CORDIAL’ and ‘CHERRY BRANDY’, plus ‘MARASQUINO’, ‘SCHIEDAN’, and ‘SHERRY’, approx. weight 1.8oz. (5) £200-300

853. A collection of nine ivory neck ring wine labels, incised and blackened, ‘BRONTI’, ‘GINGER’, ‘GIN’ x2, ‘PORT’, ‘SHERRY’, ‘BRANDY’ x2, ‘RUM’ x2. (10) £300-500

854. A collection of four 19th century silver wine labels, vine leaf form, comprising: on by Reily and Storer, London 1849, pierced ‘MARASCHINO’, one pierced ‘BUCELLAS’, one pierced ‘CLARET and one ‘LISBON’, approx. weight 2.8oz. (4) £150-250

855. A collection of eight ivory wine labels, comprising: one of disc form, the from incised and blackened ‘PORT NO.9’, the reverse incised and blackened ‘SOMERSET HOUSE LODGE’, one incised ‘BRANDY 1841’, four of disc form, titled ‘HOCK’, ‘CHAMPAGNE’, ‘PORT’ and ‘SHERRY’, one ‘BRANDY’, and an ivory tap handle with stud work ‘PINE APPLE RUM’. (8) £150-200

856. A collection of five 19th century silver wine labels, comprising one of oak leaf form, by Rawlings and Summers, London 1855, pierced ‘MADEIRA’, the reverse with a regimental badge, plus others of vine leaf form, pierced ‘PORT’, ‘MADEIRA’ x2 and ‘HOCK’, approx. weight 1.8oz. (5) £150-200

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857. A collection of eight old Sheffield plated wine labels, various designs, including a crescent label incised ‘BARBADOES SPIRIT’, a pair with urns, ‘GIN’ and ‘RUM’, plus a pair ‘W*PORT’ and ‘CURRANT’, one ‘P.MINT’, one ‘CALCAVELLA’ and one ‘PORT’. (8) £150-200

858. A collection of eight mother-of-pearl wine labels, crescent form, wavy-edge borders, incised and some blackened ‘MOUNTAIN’, ‘PORT’ x2, ‘SHERRY’, ‘W.PORT’, ‘RUM’, ‘BRANDY’ and ‘GIN’. (8) £150-250

859. A collection of five antique silver ‘cut-out letter’ wine labels, various dates and makers, one with engraved decoration, modelled as the letter ‘C’, Edinburgh circa 1850, plus others of plain form, modelled as ‘W’ x2, ‘L’, and ‘H’, approx. weight 1.9oz. (5) £100-150

860. A set of six George III silver wine labels, by John Reily, London 1825, shaped broad rectangular form, foliate borders, pierced ‘W.C SHRUB’, ‘W. NOYEAU’, ‘RATIFIA’, ‘CAPILLAIRE’, ‘M.PUNCH’, and ‘R. VINEGAR’, length 5cm, approx. weight 3.3oz. (6) £500-700 Capillaire is a mixture of sugar, water and egg white heated and then flavoured with almond or orange flower water, used to sweeten drinks and punches.

861. A collection of five antique silver wine labels, various dates and makers, broad rectangular form, reeded borders, one incised and blackened ‘VIDONIA’, the others incised ‘MARSELLA’, ‘RUM’, ‘HOLLANDS, and ‘SHERRY’, approx. weight 1.4oz. (5) £100-150

862. A collection of four pierced silver wine labels, comprising: a William IV one by John Figg, London 1836, incised ‘SHERRY’, one by Rawlings and Summers, London 1860, incised ‘PORT’, and another by the same maker incised ‘BRANDY’, and a silver-gilt one by J. Parkes and Co, London circa 1920, incised ‘GIN’, length 6.8cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. (4) 99 £200-300


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863. An early 19th century silver armorial wine label, maker’s mark IR, probably for John Robertson, Newcastle circa 1820, modelled as an arm holding an arrow, issuing from a crown, incised ‘MADEIRA’, length 4.2cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £300-400

864. A George III provincial silver armorial wine label, by Ann Robertson, Newcastle circa 1810, crescent form, mounted with a pierced bird, incised ‘SHRUB’, length 4cm, approx. weight 2oz. £100-150 The crest is that of Clarke, of Co. Durham.

865. A George III Scottish silver armorial wine label, over-struck with maker’s mark of W and P Cunningham, Edinburgh 1816, oblong form, modelled as an arm holding a cross, with the motto ‘DEUS PROVIDEBIT’ and with initials, incised and blackened ‘MADEIRA’, length 4.8cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £300-500 The crest and motto of Thomson of Edinburgh.

866. A George III Irish silver wine label, by William Law, Dublin circa 1815, modelled with two Bacchanalian putti, with a ewer and goblet and bunches of grapes, incised ‘PRIGNIACK’, length 5.7cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £200-300

867. A George III silver wine label, by Thomas Hyde, London circa 1785, narrow rectangular form, beaded border, incised ‘MILK-PUNCH’, length 5.2cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £200-300

868. A Victorian silver wine label, by William Comyns, London 1898, collar form, shell and scroll borders, pierced ‘IRISH WHISKY’, length 6.5cm, approx. weight 1oz. £100-150

869. A George III Irish silver wine label, by Benjamin Tait, Dublin circa 1785, pierced oval form, bright-cut decoration, incised ‘MADEIRA’, length 6.2cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £200-300

870. A George IV Irish silver wine label, by Laurence Nowlan, Dublin 1825, rectangular form, with a raised and pierced pediment, with a crest, incised ‘ST. PERAY’, length 5cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £150-200

871. A George III Scottish silver wine label, by Robert Frazer, Edinburgh circa 1810, plain scroll form with a raised pediment engraved with a crest and motto ‘UNITE’, a monogrammed, incised ‘PORT’, length 6.2cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £100-150

The crests is that of McEntire, McKay and King of Dublin.

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872. An early-Victorian silver wine label, by Reily and Storer, London 1845, narrow rectangular pierced arched form, incised ‘CONSTANTIA’, length 4.3cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £100-150

873. A George IV Scottish silver wine label, by George McHattie, Edinburgh 1824, broad rectangular form, incised ‘BOUNCE’, length 5cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £200-300

874. A George III provincial silver wine label, by Parsons and Goss, Exeter circa 1805, narrow rectangular form, incised ‘BARSAC’, length 4.1cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £150-200

875. A George III Scottish silver wine label, by W and P Cunningham, Edinburgh circa 1800, rectangular form, feather-edge border, pierced ‘CLARET’, length 6.1cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £100-150

876. A George III provincial silver wine label, by Hampston and Prince, York circa 1784, rectangular form, bright-cut border, incised and blackened ‘CORATCH’, length 3.3cm, approx. weight 0.1oz. £150-200

877. A George III provincial silver wine label, by Cattle and Barber, York circa 1810, arched rectangular form, with a shield and scroll pediment, initialled, incised ‘SHERRY’, length 5.3cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £150-200

878. A George III Irish provincial silver wine label, by Carden Terry, Cork circa 1790, goblet and festoon form, bright-cut borders, incised ‘CLARET’, length 4.5cm. approx. weight 0.3oz. £200-300

879. A George III silver wine label, by Thomas Morley, London 1793, bright-cut star form, incised and blackened ‘MOUNTAIN’, length 4cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £200-300

880. A George III silver wine label, by Hester Bateman, London circa 1780, crescent form, goblet and festoon form, bright-cut borders, incised ‘CLARET’, length 4.6cm. approx. weight 0.3oz. £150-250

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881. A set of six George III cast silver-gilt wine labels, by Digby Scott and Benjamin Smith, London 1806, openwork wreath form, with trailing grapevines and drapes, pierced ‘CLARET’, ‘HOCK’, ‘CHAMPAGNE’, ‘MADEIRA’ ‘BURGUNDY’ and ‘PORT’, length 8.8cm, approx. weight 3oz. (6) £1,500-2,000

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A PRIVATE COLLECTION OF NOVELTY PENCILS 882. A Victorian novelty telescopic silver pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, with a design lozenge for 1875, modelled as a dumb bell, with a ring attachment, length closed 4.7cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £300-400

882 883. A Victorian novelty silver telescopic pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, modelled as a mug, tapering circular form, scroll handle, with a ring attachment, length closed 2.7cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £200-250

883 884. A rare Victorian silver and porcelain novelty pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, modelled as a walnut, with a part opened shell to reveal the interior nut, with a ring attachment, length 3cm. £500-700

884 885. A Victorian silver novelty pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, modelled as an anchor / cross / heart, engraved decoration, with a ring attachment, length 4.3cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £180-220

884 886. A Victorian gold novelty telescopic pencil, unmarked, modelled as an umbrella, twist-action mechanism, with a pearl handle and ring attachment, length closed 5.2cm, approx. weight 4g. £150-200

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887. A Victorian novelty ivory telescopic pencil, retailed by W. Thornhill and Co, with a registration lozenge for 1881, probably made by Mordan and Co, modelled as a girl wearing a bonnet, in the Kate Greenaway manner, with a ring attachment, length closed 4.3cm. £300-400

887 888. A Victorian novelty silver pencil, retailed by Clarke and Co, New Bond Street, modelled as a hound’s head, lacking body, length closed 4.3cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £100-150

888 889. A Victorian novelty telescopic pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, with a design lozenge for 1856, the body formed by a nutmeg, with a ring attachment, length 3.3cm. £180-220

889 890. A Victorian silver novelty pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, modelled as a champagne bottle, faded enamel label, ‘Zoedone, non-alcoholic aerated iron beverage, brain and nerve tonic, sole manufacturer The Zoedone Co. Wrexham’, with a ring attachment, length 4.5cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £150-200

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891. A Victorian novelty pencil, by S, Mordan and Co modelled as a church warden’s pipe, porcupine quill body, ivory bowl, with a ring attachment, length 6cm. £150-200

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892. A Victorian novelty silver pencil, unmarked, probably by S. Mordan and Co, modelled as a gin bottle with an enamelled label ‘Genuine Hollands, GENEVA, J.D.K. &Z, Rotterdam’, with a ring attachment, length closed 3.8cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £250-300

892 893. A Victorian novelty silver-gilt slideaction pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, modelled as a crucifix, engine-turned decoration, with a ring attachment, length 4.2cm. £80-120

893 894. A Victorian silver novelty pencil, manufactured by S. Mordan and Co, with a William Thornhill registration mark for 1873, modelled as plumb bob, with a six section telescopic pencil, with a ring attachment, length extended 11cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £250-300

894 895. A Victorian gold and enamel pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, cylindrical form, with red and blue enamel decoration, with a ring attachment, length closed 4.7cm. £300-400

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896. A Victorian twelve inch ivory slide-action folding ruler pencil and pen knife, by S. Mordan and Co, engraved to twelve inches, total length 30.3cm. £250-300

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897. A silver novelty pencil, by Miller Brothers, circa 1900, modelled as a golf bag, with a pull-out two stage pencil, length with a ring attachment, length 6.8cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £200-250

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898. A Victorian silver novelty pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, modelled as a church wardens pipe, ivory bowl, cylindrical stem, with a ring attachment, length 5cm. £100-150

898 899. A Victorian silver and enamel novelty pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, modelled as a croquet mallet, with a band of blue and green enamel, with a ring attachment, and with traces of gilding, length 5.4cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £150-200

899 900. A Victorian silver novelty pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, formed from a converted 18th century Dutch silver sealing wax case, with a ring and chain attachment, length 10.3cm. £180-220

900 901. A Victorian 18ct carat gold and enamel telescopic pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, cylindrical form, the body enamelled with the Queen of Spades playing card, with a ring attachment, length closed 5.8cm. £400-600

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902. A Victorian silver whistle pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, the cylindrical extending pencil mounted with a whistle terminal, with a loop and ring attachment, length 6.8cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £180-220

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903. A Victorian silver novelty pencil, by S. Mordan, marked 6 July 1840, modelled as a pistol, foliate scroll decoration, with a ring attachment, length 4cm, approx. weight 0.1oz. £150-200

904. A Victorian novelty silver telescopic pencil, unmarked, probably by S. Mordan and Co, modelled as standing Ally Soper, with a ring attachment, length closed 5.3cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £400-600 Alexander “Ally” Sloper is the fictional character of the comic strip Ally Sloper. He is one of the earliest comic strip characters and he is regarded as the first recurring character in comics. Red-nosed and blustery, an archetypal lazy schemer often found “sloping” through alleys to avoid his landlord and other creditors, he was created for the British magazine Judy by writer and fledgling artist Charles H. Ross, and inked and later fully illustrated by his French wife Émilie de Tessier. The strips, which used text narrative beneath unbordered panels, premiered in the 14 August 1867 issue of Judy, a humourmagazine rival of the famous Punch.

905. A Victorian ivory slide-action ruler pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, engraved to three inches, total length 8.3cm. £50-70 905 906. A Victorian gold whistle pencil, unmarked, the cylindrical extending pencil with engraved decoration and mounted with a whistle terminal, with a loop and ring attachment, length 8cm, approx. weight 12g. £200-250

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907. A Victorian 10ct gold pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, retailed by Leuchars and Son, modelled as a salmon, the tail pulls out to reveal a pull-out extending pencil, with a ring attachment, in a fitted case, length 5.7cm, approx. weight 10g. £700-900

907 908. A Victorian silver gold pencil, unmarked, by S. Mordan and Co, modelled as a salmon, the tail pulls out to reveal a pull-out extending pencil, with a ring attachment, length 5.7cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £300-400

908 909. A late-Victorian silver owl whistle mounted on an earlier pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, the owl London 1896, cylindrical fluted form, slide-action movement, the owl with glass eyes, length 12.6cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £200-300

909 910. A late-Victorian novelty silver pencil, by S, Mordan and Co, London 1892, modelled as a nail, the matrix initialled, twist-action mechanism, length 10cm. £150-200

910 911. A Victorian silver novelty pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, modelled as a miniature deer hoof, together with a similar dip pen, lengths 8.8cm and 15.4cm. (2) £150-200

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912. A rare pair of Victorian silver-mounted carved ebony novelty pencils, by S. Mordan and Co, also marked with a registration lozenge for 1873, the terminals carved with caricatures of Afro-Caribbean heads, glass eyes, plain mounts, length 11.3cm and 11.7cm. (2) £1,200-1,500

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913. A rare Victorian silver-mounted carved ebony novelty pencil, by S. Mordan and Co, also marked with a registration lozenge for 1873, the terminal carved with caricatures of Moorish head, with a moustache, glass eyes, plain mounts, length 12cm. £250-300 913 914. A Victorian silver-gilt novelty pencil, unmarked, probably by S. Mordan and Co, modelled as a daisy head button hole, silver-gilt cylindrical stem, length 4.5cm. £200-250 915. A Victorian gold, silver-gilt and enamel novelty pencil, unmarked, probably by S. Mordan and Co, enamelled with a carnation head button hole, silver-gilt cylindrical stem, length 5cm. £300-400

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916. Two Victorian novelty silver telescopic pencils, comprising; one modelled as a dome headed nail, retailed by Houghton and Gunn, by with a Thornhill registration lozenge for 1875, not working, with a ring attachment, length 7.8cm, plus a dome headed screw, possibly by S. Mordan and Co, with a ring attachment, length 6cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. (2) £150-200

915

917. A Victorian silver novelty pencil, unmarked, of cricket bat form, engraved foliate decoration, with a ring attachment, length 5.7cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £100-150

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918. A collection of three Victorian novelty telescopic egg pencils, comprising: a porcelain cuckoo egg, by S. Mordan and Co, with a ring attachment, a smaller wren egg, by the same maker, mechanism a.f, and a painted wooden egg, with a ring attachment. (3) £300-400 919. A Victorian novelty ivory desk seal, circa 1880, modelled as Ally Sloper, in a standing position on a plinth with an engraved steel matrix, with a crest, height 5.2cm, plus a modern metal ware vesta case, modelled as the head of Ally Soper, hinged cover. (2) £400-600 Alexander “Ally” Sloper is the fictional character of the comic strip Ally Sloper. He is one of the earliest comic strip characters and he is regarded as the first recurring character in comics. Red-nosed and blustery, an archetypal lazy schemer often found “sloping” through alleys to avoid his landlord and other creditors, he was created for the British magazine Judy by writer and fledgling artist Charles H. Ross, and inked and later fully illustrated by his French wife Émilie de Tessier. The strips, which used text narrative beneath unbordered panels, premiered in the 14 August 1867 issue of Judy, a humour-magazine rival of the famous Punch.

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OTHER PROPERTIES

920. After a design by Christopher Dresser, and electroplated oil and vinegar stand by Elkington and Co, 1918, double circular form, central T shaped handle, with two glass oil and vinegar bottles with scroll handles, height 17.5cm. £400-500

921. A silver salver, by William Hutton and Sons, Sheffield 1916, circular form, moulded border, on three gnarl feet, length 30.2cm, approx. weight 30oz. £200-300

922. By R.E. Stone, an Art Deco silver mustard pot and salt pot, London 1946, tapering circular form, the mustard with a fluted handle, with a clear glass liner and spoon, height of mustard 6.5cm, approx. weight 6oz. (3) £100-150

923. An Edwardian Arts and Crafts silver quaich in the manner of The Guild of Handicraft, by Nathan and Hayes, Chester 1906, after a design by Charles Ashbee, circular form, elongated bifurcated wire-work handle, spot-hammered decoration, the centre set with a coin, length 19cm, approx. weight 5oz. £300-400

924. By David Mellor, a modern electroplated Pride pattern canteen for six, marked David Mellor, Sheffield England, comprising: six table forks, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, six table knives, six dessert knives, with white and off white xylonite handles, six soup spoons, six teaspoons and four tablespoons. (46) £200-300

925. Designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty, a set of six silver and enamel buttons, unmarked, circular form, with green/blue enamelled decoration, in a fitted Liberty case diameter 1.5cm. £300-400

926. By Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr, an Arts and Crafts silver sifting spoon London 1913, the circular bowl with pierced decoration, tapering handle with a textured finial, length 15.3cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. £200-300

927. By Ramsden and Carr, an Edwardian silver pepper pot, London 1906, baluster form, embossed foliate and banner decoration, on a circular foot, height 7.7cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £200-300

928. By Omar Ramsden and Alywn Carr, a silver hand mirror, London 1910, probably converted from a hair brush, the oval back with foliate decoration, with entwined sinews and a ball motif, length 29cm. £350-400

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929. A three-piece Edwardian Arts and Crafts silver bachelor’s tea set, by Nathan and Hayes, Chester 1909, circular form, ivory scroll handle and finial, spot-hammered decoration, on three tapering bracket feet, length handle to spout 17.5cm, approx. weight 14.4oz. (3) £250-300

930. By Omar Ramsden, an Arts and Crafts silver dish, London 1928, also engraved ‘OMAR RAMSDEN ME FECIT’, elongated oval navette form, spot-hammered decoration, the ends with pierced flower finials, on four pierced scroll feet, length 32.1cm, approx. weight 10.5oz. £1,500-2,000

931. A three-piece silver bachelor’s / picnic coffee set, by Heath and Middleton, London 1892, tapering circular form, the coffee pot with a wicker-bound scroll handle, the hinged cover with a coffee bean finial, height 10cm, approx. weight 7.4oz. (3) £150-200

932. A late-Victorian silver Aesthetic Movement vase, maker’s mark over-stamped with that of Wakely and Wheeler, London 1900, circular tapering and baluster form, spot-hammered decoration, embossed with birds, flowers and trees, on a circular foot, with traces of gilding, height 20.5cm, approx. weight 13.9oz. £550-650

933. By Hugh Wallis, an Arts and Crafts silver bowl, Chester 1917, circular form, rope-work border, spot-hammered, fluted and foliate decoration, on a foot made up of twelve bun feet, diameter 13.5cm, approx. weight 10.8oz. £300-400

934. By Stuart Devlin, a suite of three modern graduated silver and silver-gilt dishes, London 1978, circular form, pierced silver-gilt handles, length 16.5cm, heights 9cm, 4.3cm and 3cm, approx. weight 61oz. (3) £1,000-1,500

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935. A Victorian silver ewer, by Charles Boyton, London 1886, baluster form, scroll handle, engraved with foliate and fern decoration, raised hinged cover with an urn finial, on a raised circular foot, height 31cm, approx. weight 18.2oz. £600-800

936. An electroplated beer/ water jug, by Charles Stuart Harris and Sons, in the George II manner, baluster form, scroll handle, on a raised circular foot, height 18.5cm. £100-150

937. A Victorian silver ewer, by Charles Boyton, London 1885, baluster form, scroll handle, engraved with foliate and fern decoration, raised hinged cover with an urn finial, on a raised circular foot, height 29cm, approx. weight 17.8oz. £600-800

938. A George II silver salver, by Lewis Pantin, London 1734, circular form, moulded border, on three gnarl feet, diameter 28cm, approx. weight 29oz. £700-900

939. A George III silver sugar caster, by Daniell and Mince, London 1767, baluster form, the pierced pull-off cover with a flame finial, rope-work border, on a circular foot, height 18.3cm, approx. weight 6.8oz. £300-400

940. A silver salver, by Jay, Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London 1935, circular form, moulded border, on four scroll feet, diameter 25.3cm, approx. weight 20.5oz. £150-200

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941. A George III silver plate, by Frederick Kandler, London 1766, circular form, gadroon border, engraved with two crests below a coronet, the underside with a scratch weight ‘17=3’, diameter 24.5cm, approx. weight 16.4oz. £400-600 The crest are probably those of De Grey and Robinson ensigned by an earl’s coronet for George Frederick Samuel Robinson, Earl de Grey of Wrest and Earl of Ripon.

942. A George III provincial silver two-handled cup, by Langlands & Robertson, Newcastle, circa 1780, circular form with a central girdle, initialled, scroll handles, on a raised circular foot, height 13.5cm, approx. weight 10.6oz. £300-400

943. A silver waiter, by the Barker Brothers, Chester 1922, circular form, moulded border, on three hoof feet, diameter 20.8cm, approx. weight 11.4oz. £100-150

944. A George III provincial silver-mounted coconut cup, by John Mitchison, Newcastle circa 1785, the plain bowl with a mount with a wavy-edge border and applied with a cartouche, on a raised circular foot with a beaded border, height 13.5cm. £250-300

945. A George II silver salver, by James Morison, London 1758, circular form, scroll and shell border, the centre with an armorial, the reverse with a later presentation inscription, on three gnarl feet, diameter 29.8cm, approx. weight 24.9oz. £300-400

946. A two-handled silver tazza, by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1913, hexagonal form, scroll handles, on a raised hexagonal base, height 19cm, approx. weight 22.5oz. £200-300

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947. A George I silver tankard, by Thomas Tearle, London 1726, tapering circular form with a lower girdle, scroll handle, the domed cover with a scroll thumb-piece, on a circular foot, height 15.5cm, approx. weight 18oz. £1,000-1,500

948. A Victorian silver mug, by John Figg, London 1859, tapering circular form, bifurcated double snake scroll handle, Greek key upper and lower border, engraved with a crest and motto, height 12cm, approx. weight 13.6oz. £200-300

949. A pair of George III silver-mounted coconut cups, by Phipps and Robinson, London 1799, the circular bowls with plain mounts, the bodies with carved decoration, and carved initials ‘A.V’, on raised circular bases, old splits, height 18cm. (2) £600-800

950. Two similar early 18th century candlesticks, one London 1705, maker’s mark lost in decoration, one London 1717, maker’s mark C?, circular form, knopped stems, later chased foliate decoration, spoolshaped capitals, on raised circular bases, later engraved with a crowned B, height 16.8cm, approx. weight 19.8oz. (2) £600-800 The coronet of a marquess above the initial ‘B’, possibly an abbreviation for Bath, Berkhamstead, Beverley, Blandford, Brackley or Bristol.

951. A silver salver, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd, London 1911, square form with canted corners and raised border, with a presentation inscription, on four pad feet, diameter 30.5cm, approx. weight 36.7oz. £320-360

952. An Edwardian silver two-handled rose bowl, by William Comyns, London 1908, circular form, beaded scroll handles, central girdle above cut card decoration, on a circular foot, with a grille, length handle to handle 41cm, approx. weight 71oz. £700-900

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A PRIVATE COLLECTION OF INKWELLS

953. A small collection of three inkwells and inkstands, comprising: a William IV silver-mounted hard stone inkstand, by George Reid, London 1832, engine-turned decoration, foliate scroll border, lacking one cover, plus a silvermounted inkwell, by Nathan and Hayes, Chester 1910, and an old Sheffield plated inkstand, of square form, beaded borders, central inkwell with a hinged cover, the front with two pull-out drawers, height 12cm. (3) £200-300

954. A silver and enamel inkwell, by F. Adams, Birmingham 1910, capstan form, the hinged cover applied with enamel decoration, diameter of base 7cm, plus a silver inkwell, by Williams Limited, Birmingham 1909, shaped capstan form, the cover initialled, length of base 7.5cm. (2) £100-150

955. A Victorian silver-mounted glass travelling inkwell and vesta box, by Tween and Purnell, London 1866, the vesta striker pad by Wright and Davies, rectangular form, the hinged covers with Greek key borders and applied with green and white enamel monograms, length 4.8cm. (2) £150-200

956. A late-Victorian silver-mounted glass inkwell, by William Comyns, London 1897, circular domed form, with foliate scroll and pierced trellis decoration, the hinged cover inscribed, on a wooden base of circular form, inlaid decoration, on three bun feet, diameter of inkwell 10cm. £80-120

957. A Victorian silver-gilt mounted black leather travelling inkwell and dip pen, by Charles and George Asprey, London 1888, square form, the hinged cover with engineturned decoration and engraved with a crowned cipher, with a matching silver-gilt and ivory dip pen, length of inkwell 6cm. (2) £150-200

958. A moss agate inkstand, rectangular form, mounted with a metalware inkwell, with a hinged moss agate cover with a ball finial, the base mounted with a pen rest and two hard stone fish, the base on two ball feet and two glass feet, length 9.5cm. £150-200

959. A Victorian silver-mounted shell inkstand, by Thomas Johnson, London 1883, the three central shells with plain mounts, on a shell base, applied with a monogram, on an oval plated base, length 21cm. £150-200

960. A late-Victorian silver-mounted green hard stone inkwell, by Barrett and Sons, London 1899, square form, the hinged cover with a monogram, the front with a pen support, the interior with a clear glass liner, height 8.5cm. £100-150

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The coronet and Cypher are those for David Ogilvie, Earl of Airlie.

961. An early-Victorian silver inkstand, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1844, rectangular form, pierced leaf decoration, lacking inkwells, inscribed ‘Presented by the Inhabitants of Stonesby to the Rev W. L Fomke, as a testimonial of respect’, on four leaf feet, length 14.2cm, approx. weight 4.2oz. £100-150


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962. An early Victorian silver-mounted green glass inkwell, by G. Riddle, London 1838, tapering ten sided form, the spout with a plain mount, hinged crown shaped cover, height 6cm. £200-300

963. An early Victorian silver-gilt mounted blue glass inkwell, by G. Riddle, London 1838, tapering ten sided form, the spout with a hinged cover, hinged crown shaped cover, engraved with a duke’s coronet, height 8.1cm. £300-500

964. An early Victorian gilt metal mounted green glass inkwell, possibly by G. Riddle, tapering eight sided form, the spout with a pull-off cover, pierced foliate mounts, height 7cm. £150-200

965. A William IV gilt-metal mounted double shell inkstand, unmarked circa 1830-35, with two central shells each mounted with a glass inkwell with hinged covers, and with a central taper holder and a pen rest, ring handle, on a raised circular base, height 16cm. £150-200

966. A five-piece travelling silver desk set, by Alfred Clark, London 1911, plain rectangular form, applied with a stag crest, comprising: a pen stand with hinged pen holders, the slide-off cover reveals a pull-out ivory thermometer with two dials for Fahrenheit and Reumur, the two inkwells with slide-action locks, with two boxes, one with a hinged front, approx. weighable 22oz. (5) £800-1,200

967. An Edwardian novelty silver anvil inkwell, by George Unite, Birmingham 1906, the anvil with a hinged cover, which opens to reveal a clear glass liner, on a tapering rectangular foot, height 6.8cm, approx. weight 3.3oz. £200-300

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open 968. A Victorian silver patent travelling inkwell, by Wright and Davies, London 1876, rounded rectangular form, the push action mechanism reveals a pop up inkwell with a hinged cover, the interior with a clear glass ink bottle, length 8cm, approx. weight 7.9oz. £300-400

969. A late-Victorian novelty silver nib inkstand, by Heath and Middleton, London 1896, the front with a crowned initial, with a pen rest, later glass liner, height 13.8cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £200-300 The Gothic initial P, ensigned with the coronet of a German marquis.

This inkwell is based on the Ransome’s patent inkwell distributed by Thomas de la Rue. This won a prize medal at the 1851 Great Exhibition.

970. A German novelty silver double nib inkstand, by Wilhelm Binder, also marked with an Austrian import mark pre-1922, the inkwells mounted on a rectangular base, with a pen rest, on four ball feet, length 15cm, approx. weight 4.1oz. £250-300

971. A William IV silver-mounted shell inkstand, by Thomas Dicks, London 1832, the central shell mounted with an inkwell, with a later glass liner, and with a central taper holder and with a pen rest, ring handle, on a raised circular base, height 13cm. £200-300

972. A George III silver inkstand, by Joseph Anghell, London 1819, rectangular form, gadroon and foliate shell border, with an old Sheffield plated mounted glass inkwell and sander, the holders unmarked, on four foliate paw feet, length 20.2cm, approx. weight 18oz. £200-300

973. A William IV silver inkstand, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1836, rectangular form, pierced leaf decoration, with a silver-mounted cutglass inkwell and sander, later applied shield cartouche and handle, on four leaf feet, length 20cm, approx. weight 10oz. £300-400

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974. An early-Victorian naturalistic silver inkstand, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1839, of branch and lotus leaf form, with a scroll handle, central glass inkwell with a pull-off cover, the front with a letter rack/pen rest, length 16cm, approx. weight 2.7oz. £300-400

975. A George III small silver filigree inkstand, unmarked, possibly by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham circa 17901800, rectangular form, with a silver-mounted glass inkwell and sander, scroll decoration, on four bracket feet, length 8cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £300-400

976. A Victorian silver inkstand, by Charles Fox, London 1840, tapering shaped circular form, pierced decoration, the hinged cover with foliate and scroll decoration, scroll border, with two pen holders and a blue glass liner, diameter of base 11.5cm. £150-200

977. An early-Victorian silver inkstand, by Gervase Wheeler, Birmingham 1841, rectangular form, pierced border, with a central taper stick, and a silver-mounted blue glass inkwell and sander, on four bun feet, the underside inscribed, length 13.4cm, approx. weight 3.7oz. £300-400

978. A silver salver, by The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1912, circular form, gadroon and foliate shell border, on four gnarl feet, diameter 39.8cm, approx. weight 48oz. £500-700

979. An Edwardian two-handled silver tray, maker’s mark worn, Birmingham 1909, oval form, foliate scroll and shell border, length handle to handle 60cm, approx. weight 56oz. £500-700

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980. A George II silver sugar caster, by Samuel Wood, London 1758, baluster form, later engraved decoration, beaded borders, the pierced pull-off cover with a flame finial, on a circular foot, height 20cm, approx. weight 9.7oz. £200-300

981. A George III silver-mounted coconut cup, unmarked circa 1780, circular form, the mounts with a later presentation inscription, on three shell capped hoof feet, mounted with three oval cartouches, one engraved with a galleon, height 9.8cm. £200-300

982. A late-Victorian silver goblet, by H. Atkins, Sheffield 1891, urn shaped bowl, engraved foliate decoration, on a knopped stem, on a raised circular foot, with beaded borders, gilded interior, height 15.1cm, approx. weight 3.4oz. £80-120

983. A George III silver coffee jug/hot water jug, possibly by William Tuite, London 1771, baluster form, gadrooned borders, fluted finial, engraved with a crest, scroll wickerbound handle, on a raised circular foot, height 29cm, approx. weight 20.7oz. £700-900

984. A George III silver cream jug, by Thomas Daniel, London 1786, tapering hexagonal helmet form, scroll handle, beaded borders, engraved decoration, on a raised shaped hexagonal foot, height 16.8cm, approx. weight 4.7oz. £200-300

985. A late-Victorian silver coffee pot, by Alfred How, London 1898, tapering octagonal form, domed cover with a knop finial, scroll handle, faceted spout, height 23.5cm, approx. weight 19.5oz. £200-300

The arms are those of Bradford, Foster, Hornby impaling Evans, Hoare, Hughes and Morris.

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986. A George III silver salver, by John Carter, London 1771, circular form, gadroon, shell and scroll border, the centre with an armorial shield, on three claw and ball feet, diameter 20.3cm, approx. weight 13.4oz. £300-400

987. A matched set of six George III silver wine coasters, four by Lewis Pantin III, London 1799, two by William Abdy, London 1801, circular form, engraved decoration, turned wooden bases, engraved with a crest, diameter 13.1cm. (6) £2,000-3,000

988. A pair of George III provincial silver candlesticks, by J. Hoyland and Co, Sheffield 1773/74, fluted Corinthian column form, beaded borders, on raised square bases with medallions and ribbon tied garlands, height 31.5cm. (2) £700-900

989. A George III silver waiter, by John Mewburn, London 1796, circular form, gadroon border, the centre engraved with an armorial, on three hoof feet, diameter 23cm, approx. weight 15.4cm. £150-200

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990. An Edwardian silver photograph frame, by Horton and Allday, Birmingham 1902, shaped rectangular form, embossed foliate decoration, central cartouche, velvet easel back, height 22.8cm. £200-300

991. A late-Victorian silver cigarette box, by Walter Raymond, London 1896, rectangular form, the hinged cover embossed with a scene of a seated child and monkey, the child eating an apple, within a foliate scroll border, wood lined interior, length 12cm. £250-300

992. A graduated set of three Art Nouveau silver photograph frames, by A and J Zimmerman, Birmingham 1903 and 1907, comprising: a pair and a smaller single frame, rectangular form, stylised Art Nouveau decoration on a textured background, the pair with velvet backs, one strut missing, the smaller frame with a wooden back, no easel support, heights 20.2cm and 18.8cm. (3) £500-700

993. A matched set of eight mid-18th century silver wine labels, four by John Robinson II, three by James Jenkins, and one unmarked, circa 1750, cartouche form, rope-work rings, incised ‘MOUNTAIN’, ‘BURGUNDY’, ‘MADEIRA’ ‘PORT’, ‘CLARET’, ‘BUCELLAS’ ‘SHERRY’ and ‘HOCK’, approx. weight 5oz. (8) £400-600

994. A set of three George III silver sauce labels, by Margaret Binley, circa 1780, scroll form mounted with a crested pediment, feather-edge borders, incised ‘ELDER VINEGAR’, ‘TARRAGON’ and ‘CAYON PEPPER’, length 2.7cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. (3) £300-500

995. A George IV cast silver wine label, by Edward Farrell, London 1828, shaped form, with bacchanalian revellers, scroll borders, pierced ‘PORT’, length 8cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £300-400

996. An Edwardian silver-mounted and tortoiseshell card case, by Grey and Co, London 1903, also with a French import mark, rectangular form, plain mounts and plain tortoiseshell panels, domed cover, height 8.5cm. £150-200

997. An early 19th century silver miniature chamber stick, maker’s mark only W.B, possibly Colonial, oval form, ring handle, with a crest and initials, detachable drip pan, circular snuffer holder, no snuffer, inscribed ‘Franciska Fletcher’, length 12.8cm, approx. weight 2.6oz. £150-200

998. A metalware mounted coconut box, unmarked, the mounts with fluted and beaded decoration, the nut carved with a figure and foliate decoration, with a bone ring, length 10.2cm. £300-400

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999. A pair of late 19th century Continental silver erotic figures, probably German circa 1880, modelled as a standing gentleman and lady in Rococo dress, hinged arms, the gentleman with drop down trousers, the lady with a hinged skirt, the gentleman holding some flowers, the lady with a mystery object in her hand, on square cushion bases on four ball feet, height 11.8cm, approx. weight 10oz. (2) £400-600

1000. An Edwardian silver Art Nouveau photograph frame, by James Deakin and Sons, Birmingham 1906, shaped upright rectangular form, embossed with a seated tethered Jack Russell dog watching three chicks around a water bowl, with stylised foliate decoration, wooden easel back, height 27.4cm. £600-800

1001. A large Edwardian silver wager cup, by Neresheimer of Hanau, with import marks for Chester 1904, importer’s mark of Bethold Muller, modelled as a standing lady in medieval dress, her raised arms holding a fluted drinking cup, tapering dress, height 35cm, approx. weight 21.9oz. £1,000-1,500

1002. A large Edwardian silver photograph frame, by William Neale, Birmingham 1908, shaped rectangular form, decorated with two kingfishers and Art Nouveau foliate and scroll decoration, easel back, height 31cm. £600-800

1003. A French novelty silver table cigar lighter, retailed by Cartier, Paris, modelled as a street gas lamp, on a spread circular base inscribed, ‘Belgische Maatschappij voor gas en electriciteitsbedrijf in West -Vlaanderen’, translates as ‘Belgian Society for gas and electricity company in West -Vlaanderen’, height 25cm. £300-400

1004. An Edwardian silver photograph frame, by S. Blanckensee and Sons Limited, Birmingham 1905, also marked with a registration number, shaped upright rectangular form, embossed with a standing Viking in a long boat pulled by two swans and with a cherub at the helm, wooden easel back, height 23cm. £500-700

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1005. A silver mounted tortoise shell powder flask, unmarked, probably second half of 18th century, with a screw-action pouring spout, with a ring attachment and on four cast feet, length 11.3cm. £400-600

1006. A Dutch silver timepiece, 1899, modelled as a long case clock, foliate scroll decoration, enamel face, on four scroll feet, height 20.8cm. £150-200

1007. A 19th century French silver musical snuff box, Paris 1819-39, rectangular form, reeded decoration, hinged cover, length 9cm. £600-800

1008. A George III silver snuff box, by John Douglas, London 1804, rectangular form, engraved trellis and foliate decoration, plain thumb-piece, gilded interior, length 6cm, approx. weight 1.6oz. £200-300

1009. A 9 carat gold cigarette, by S. J. Rose and Son, London 1946, rectangular form, engine-turned decoration, initialled, the interior inscribed, length 11.5cm, approx. weight 152g. £1,000-1,500

1010. An early 18th century silver and mother-of-pearl snuff box, maker’s mark of E.K, circa 1720-40, oval form, the hinged cover with a carved mother-of-peal plaque of a lady dancing and a gentleman playing a musical instrument, plain sides, the underside of the base with a cipher, the interior with a painted ivory panel of a lady sitting in front of a dressing table mirror, length 7.8cm. £300-400

1011. An 18th century gold-mounted agate dish, circa 1750-60, cartouche form, plain mount, length 7.5cm. £200-300

1012. A late 17th / early 18th century silver-mounted rock crystal scent bottle, unmarked, circa 1700, compressed baluster form, the hinged cover with engraved decoration and a green hard stone finial, (possibly later), on a rectangular foot with canted corners and inscribed ‘S*Holnill’, length 7.8cm. £150-200

1013. A George IV silver-gilt mounted rock crystal snuff box, by Charles Rawlings, London 1821, cartouche form, the hinged cover with a foliate border, length 6.7cm. £200-300

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1014. A large Victorian silver table snuff box, by Alfred Taylor, Birmingham 1866, shaped rectangular form, engraved foliate scroll decoration, scroll borders, the hinged cover erased and with a later crest, scroll thumb-piece, gilded interior, length 11.8cm, approx. weight 9.5oz. £500-800

1015. A silver mounted Royal Worcester cigarette box, by Sanders and Mackenzie, Birmingham 1927, the panel signed H Stinton, rectangular form, the hinged cover inset with a panel of three Highland cows in a landscape setting, cedar lined, length 16.1cm. £400-600

1016. A late-Victorian silver sandwich box, by Janes Dixon and Sons, Sheffield 1911, rectangular form, hinged cover and front, gilded interior, with a hinged ring handle, length 16.5cm, approx. weight 13oz. £150-200

1017. A late 17th century silver toilet box, unmarked, circa 1680, circular form, the pull-off cover with an embossed relief of Ajax committing suicide, with his shield on the ground and a bunch of flowers growing from it, the sides with chased foliate decoration, on a matted background, diameter 8.8cm, approx. weight 7.5oz. £800-1,200

1018. A continental silver singing bird box, probably German, circa 1920, rectangular form, chased figural and foliate scroll decoration, with a sliding bird mechanism which opens the hinged cover to reveal a feathered bird, length 9.8cm. £800-1,200

1019. A late-Victorian silver-mounted tortoiseshell tea caddy, by Saunders and Shepherd, Chester 1894, tapering sarcophagus form, the hinged cover with applied pierced silver mounts, drop ring handles, on four bun feet, the interior with a pull-off tortoiseshell cover, length 13cm. £800-1,200

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1020. A 19th century Austro-Hungarian silver and niello work snuff box, maker’s mark C.R, rectangular form, the hinged cover with scene of a deer being chased by a huntsman and dog, within foliate scroll decoration, the sides and base with similar decoration, length 10cm, approx. weight 3oz. £200-300 Provenance: From the collection of Mrs Igor Vinogradoff, and then by descent to the present owner.

1023. A 19th century Russian silver and niello work cheroot case, Moscow 1865, assay master Viktor Savinkov, rectangular envelope form, sprung hinged cover, with a locking mechanism, chequer board decoration with a vacant shield cartouche, the base with a view of the Kremlin, length 10.4cm, approx. weight 4.6oz. £300-400 Provenance: From the collection of Mrs Igor Vinogradoff, and then by descent to the present owner.

1026. A late 19th century continental silver-gilt box, with import marks for Sheffield 1900, importer’s mark of Samuel Landeck, shaped oval form, embossed with cherubs and a Billy goat, and foliate scroll decoration, hinged cover, length 14.5cm, approx. weight 11.2oz. £200-300

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1021. A 19th century Russian silver and niello work snuff box, Moscow 1829, assay master Nikolay Dubrovin, rectangular form, the cover, base and sides with foliate scroll niello decoration, gilded interior, length 9cm, approx. weight 3.5oz. £300-400 Provenance: From the collection of Mrs Igor Vinogradoff, and then by descent to the present owner. Purchased Christie’s 2 Feb 1960, lot 149 (part).

1024. A 19th century French silver and niello work snuff box, maker’s mark of L.B in a lozenge, oval form, the cover, tapering sides and base with geometric decoration, gilded interior, length 7.8cm, approx. weight 2.3oz. £200-300 Provenance: From the collection of Mrs Igor Vinogradoff, and then by descent to the present owner. Purchased Christie’s 2 Feb 1960, lot 149 (part).

1027. A Russian silver and niello work cigarette case, maker Gustav Klingert, assay master A.A, Moscow 1889, with a scene of the Eiffel Tower, plus a Russian silver match box cover with textured decoration, approx. weight 5.3oz. (2) £250-300

1022. A 19th century Russian silver and niello work snuff box, Moscow 1884, rectangular form, the cover with two horses and riders, the base with a port scenes, the sides with trellis decoration, length 8cm, approx. weight 2.4oz. £150-200 Provenance: From the collection of Mrs Igor Vinogradoff, and then by descent to the present owner. Purchased Christie’s 2 Feb 1960, lot 149 (part).

1025. A 19th century Russian silver and niello work cheroot case, by Khlebnikov, assay master Viktor Savinkov, Moscow circa 1870, rounded rectangular form, the cover with a troika scene, the base and sides with foliate scroll decoration, engraved with crowned initials, length 10cm, approx. weight 3.3oz. £200-300

1028. A 19th century Austro-Hungarian silver-gilt snuff box, maker’s mark SES, 1840, rectangular form, plain sides and engineturned base, the hinged cover with a cast relief panel of a mounted horseman wielding a sword, with foliate scroll decoration, engine-turned border, length 8.2cm, approx. weight 3.5oz. £300-400


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1029. A George III silver-gilt snuff box, maker’s mark worn, London 1819, rectangular form, engine-turned sides and base, the hinged cover with a cast relief panel of hunters shooting game, within a woodland setting, length 9.8cm, approx. weight 7oz. £800-1,200

1030. An 18th century gilt-metal mounted agate snuff box, unmarked, circa 1750, cartouche form, the hinged cover and sides with carved decoration, the mounts with fluted decoration, length 8.4cm. £500-700

1031. A George IV silver snuff box, by John Jones, London 1824, rectangular form, engine-turned sides and base, the hinged cover with a cast relief panel of a hunting scene, within an engraved border, gilded interior, length 8.3cm, approx. weight 3.3oz. £600-800

1032. A late 18th / early 19th century gold and silver inlaid tortoiseshell snuff box, circa 1800, circular form, the pull-off cover inlaid with two coloured gold and silver flowers within a stylised Greek key border, the underside of the base with a flower, diameter 8cm. £300-400

1033. A George III silver-gilt snuff box, by Thomas Edwards, London 1819, rectangular form, engine-turned sides and base, the hinged cover with a cast relief panel of a dead game in a woodland setting, length 9.5cm, approx. weight 9oz. £1,000-1,500

1034. An early 18th century gold-mounted blonde tortoiseshell snuff box, unmarked circa 1720-30, oval form, the cover with inlaid stud work of a bird perching on fruit within foliate decoration, the base with an insect, length 7.2cm. £800-1,200

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1035. A rare Victorian silver engraved ‘castle-top’ vinaigrette, with an unidentified building, by George Unite, Birmingham 1845, rectangular form, the hinged cover engraved with a scene of the building surrounded by foliate decoration, the interior with a pierced and engraved foliate scroll grille, the base with engraved foliate scroll decoration and an initialled cartouche, length 4cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £1,500-2,000 For a similar example see, Delib,E., 1979 edition, page 103. where he attributes it to a scene possibly of Windsor barracks. 1035 1036. A William IV silver ‘Castle-top’ vinaigrette, Newstead Abbey, by Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1835, rectangular form, the hinged cover with a raised scene of the Abbey, the interior with a pierced foliate scroll grille, engine-turned sides and base, with a vacant cartouche, length 4.5cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £500-700

1036 1037. A Victorian engraved silver ‘castle-top’ vinaigrette, Lichfield Cathedral, by Hilliard and Thomason, Birmingham 1886, rectangular form, the hinged cover engraved with a scene of the Cathedral, the silver-gilt interior with a pierced and engraved foliate scroll grille, length 5.5cm, approx. weight 1.8oz. £600-800

1037 1038. A late 18th century silver-mounted cowrie shell snuff box, unmarked, circa 1780-1790, oval form, the hinged cover with a crest and monogram within foliate mantling, length 8.8cm. £200-300 The crest is that for Hanning, Harman, Hunt, Hutton and other families. Purchased in 1958 from Cameo Corner, for £5.

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1039. A rare Victorian novelty silver sovereign case, by Louis Dee, London 1883, also inscribed Lewis 20. St. James’s Street, circular form, modelled as a caricature Japanese male head with a textured hair border, with a ring attachment, the interior silver-gilt and with a sprung sovereign holder, length 4.2cm, approx. weight 1.7oz. £1,000-1,500

1039 1040. An Edwardian silver Barker’s Pathfinder patent butt marker, by Albert Barker, London 1906, rectangular form, the hinged cover opens to reveal a fan of eight numbered pegs, the cover initialled, length 5cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £600-800

1040 1041. A late 18th century French silvermounted mother-of-pearl snuff box, barrel form, with mother-of-pearl staves and silver reeded bands, with two hinged covers and two compartments, height 6cm. £300-400

1041 1042. A George III provincial silvermounted cowrie shell snuff box, by Hampston, Prince and Cattles, York circa 1800, shaped oval form, flush hinged cover with engraved decoration and with a monogram, length 7.2cm. £300-400 Purchased from Cameo Corner, for £7, probably in the late 1950s.

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1043. A silver apple corer and slicer, by Asprey and Co, Birmingham 1924, circular form, scroll handles, with six segments, length 13.8cm, approx. weight 3.5oz. £150-200

1044. A novelty silver table bell, by Saunders and Shepherd, London 1924, modelled as a standing lady in a dress, the clangers modelled as her two legs, engraved decoration, height 8.2cm, approx. weight 1.7oz. £150-200

1045. A pair of Edwardian silver egg toppers, by Thomas Whitehouse, no date letter, London circa 1905, scissor form, ring handles, length 10.5cm, approx. weight 2oz. £150-200

1046. An Edwardian silver model of a donkey, with import marks for London 1904, importer’s mark of William Geiger, modelled in a standing position with a saddle, plus a miniature silver pheasant, import marks for Chester 1903, approx. weight 2.6oz. (2) £150-200

1047. A Victorian novelty silver cruet set, maker’s mark of C.F, Sheffield 1878, modelled as three conjoined acorns, with an oak leaf and acorn handle, pull-out pepper pot, and with a hinged mustard pot and salt cellar with a glass liner, with a mustard spoon, length 12.5cm, approx. weight 4.8oz. £200-250

1048. A Victorian novelty silver vesta case, maker’s mark ? and Co, Birmingham 1884, also marked C & M Patent, in the form of a lady’s leg with a heeled boot and ball, with a stocking and shin pad, hinged cover, length 5.5oz, approx. weight 0.5oz. £400-600

1049. An Edwardian silver table bell, by William Comyns, London 1903, circular domed form, pierced with clover leaf decoration, on a circular wooden base, diameter 10.2cm. £150-200

1050. A late-Victorian silver clock, by John Batson, London 1893, plain rectangular form, hinged handle, enamelled dial, on four bun feet, height 7.2cm. £200-300

1051. A modern silver model of a Rough Collie dog, by A. E. Jones, Birmingham 1974, modelled in a standing position, height 6.8cm, approx. weight 13.7cm. £200-300

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1052. A matched set of four Victorian novelty silver hoof pepper pots, by E. H. Stockwell, London 1877 and 1882, modelled as a horse’s hoof and lower leg, the underside with horseshoes, pull-off covers, height 7cm, approx. weight 9.5oz. (4) £600-800

1053. A Victorian novelty silver-gilt owl mustard pot and spoon, by Charles and George Fox, London 1844, the spoon 1854, modelled in a standing position, textured feathers, the hinged cover with red and black glass eyes, the terminal of the spoon modelled as a mouse, height 9cm, approx. weight 6.2oz. £2,000-2,500

1054. A three-piece modern silver novelty owl condiment set, by Richard Comyns, London 1968, modelled as standing owls, textured feathers, glass eyes, the mustard pot with a hinged cover and a spoon with a mouse finial, height of mustard pot 7cm, approx. weight 7.5oz. £400-600

1055. A pair of Edwardian silver cockerel pepper pots, by George Gilliam, London 1902, modelled in fighting positions, length 10.5cm, approx. weight 8.8oz. (2) £600-800

1056. A large and unusual late-Victorian presentation silver posy holder, by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1897, foliate baluster form, with a spread shaped square top with embossed foliate scroll decoration, with a hinged side and pin, the base of the handle with a presentation plaque, inscribed ‘ Presented to Mrs Bosoille, by the members of the Bridlington Musical Society on the occasion of their Fifth Festival, the 21st April 1898’, length 24cm, approx. weight 12.2oz. £1,500-2,000

1057. A modern silver model of a crocodile, by Garrard and Co, London 1978, length 20cm, approx. weight 20.5oz. £600-800 See back cover illustration.

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A PRIVATE COLLECTION OF WINE & SAUCE LABELS (PART I) CONTINUED

1058. A small collection of three Art Deco silver and enamel wine labels, comprising: one by Turner and Simpson, Birmingham 1933, with green, white, black and red enamelled decoration, titled ‘PORT’, plus another by the same maker, Birmingham 1938, with blue, white and black decoration, titled ‘ITALIAN ‘ and one by Asprey and Co, Birmingham 1937, enamelled in red ‘BRANDY’, approx. weight 1.6oz. (3) £150-200

1059. A small collection of four Art Deco silver and enamel wine labels, comprising: a pair by Turner and Simpson, Birmingham 1933, engine-turned with black and yellow decoration, titled ‘PORT’ and ‘BRANDY, length 4.7cm, plus another pair by the same maker, Birmingham 1935 and 1937, with black and white decoration, titled ‘SHERRY’ and ‘BRANDY’, length 4cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. (4) £150-200

1060. A Victorian matched set of three silver fouled anchor wine labels, unmarked, the fouled anchors incised ‘ORANGE’, ‘NOYEAU’ and ‘PORTER’, length 5.5cm, approx. weight 1.8oz. (3) £600-800

1061. A small collection of five silver pierced ‘architectural’ wine labels, comprising a pair by Rawlings and Summers, London 1844, pierced ‘MADEIRA’ and ‘CLARET’, another by the same maker, incised ‘SHERRY’, plus two similar incised ‘MADEIRA’ and ‘RUM’, approx. weight 2.5oz. (5) £200-300

1062. A set of three Victorian silver wine labels, by William Summers, London 1875, plain broad rectangular form, with wire-work neck rings, incised ‘MADEIRA’ x2, and ‘PORT’, length 5.5cm, approx. weight 1.8oz. (3) £150-250

1063. A matched set of three George III silver wine labels, two by Susanna Barker, London circa 1790, one possibly by John Reily, London circa 1800, broad rectangular form, reeded borders, with wire-work neck rings, pierced ‘PORT’, ‘SHERRY’ and ‘CLARET’, length 4.5cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. (3) £120-180

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1064. A pair of William IV silver-gilt wine labels, by Rawlings and Summers, London 1831, lion’s pelt form, the crescent shaped centre applied ‘HOCK’ and ‘MADEIRA’ on a matted background, length 8.4cm, approx. weight 4.1oz. (2) £600-800

1065. A pair of George IV parcel-gilt win labels, by Francis Powell, London 1821, with two Bacchanalian putti with a bottle, ewer and goblet with trailing grapevines, incised ‘RHENISH’ and ‘MOSELLE’, length 6cm, approx. weight 1.7oz. (2) £200-300

1066. A pair of Victorian silver wine labels, by William Summers, London 1875, scallop shell form, pierced ‘MANZANILLA’ and ‘AMONTILLADO’, length 5.1cm, approx. weight 2.7oz. (2) £600-800

1067. A pair of Victorian silver sauce labels, by John Samuel Hunt, London 1839, shell form, pierced ‘CHILLI’ and ‘LEMON’, length 3.7cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. (2) £300-500

Manzanilla is a Fino sherry.

1068. A matched set of five silver armorial wine labels, two by Robert Barker, London 1794, three by Charles Rawlings, London 1826, circular disc form, reeded border, incised ‘CLARET’, ‘PORT’ (x2), ‘SHERRY’ (x2), diameter 3.2cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. (5) £200-300 The crest is that of Cowan, Fairweather, King, Parker and other families.

1069. A late-Victorian silver wine label, by Wakely and Wheeler, London 1898, modelled as a standing elephant, incised ‘MARSALA’, length 7.5cm, approx. weight 1oz. £200-300

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1070. A matched set of five mother-of-pearl wine labels, oval form, engraved decoration, incised and blackened ‘SHRUB’, ‘LISBON’, ‘MADEIRA’ x2 and ‘RHENISH’, one with a wire-work neck ring. (5) £100-150

1071. A collection of five antique silver wine labels, various dates and makers, broad rectangular form, reeded borders, one incised and blackened ‘SHERRY’, the others incised ‘BUCELLA’, ‘RUM’, ‘BRANDY’ x2, and ‘SHERRY’, approx. weight 1.4oz. (5) £100-150

1072. A collection of eight mother-of-pearl wine labels, various designs, including one with a running fox and foliate pediment, incised and blackened ‘WHISKY’, one ‘CYDER’, a pair of shield form, ‘CHAMPAGNE’ and ‘CHAMBERTIN’, plus four others: ‘BRANDY’, ‘HOLLANDS’, ‘SHERRY’, and ‘CLARET’. (8) £150-250

1073. A collection of five Newcastle silver wine labels, broad rectangular form, reeded borders, comprising: one by Messrs. Reid, Newcastle circa 1827, incised and blackened ‘MALMSEY’, plus four others incised ‘LISBON’, ‘SHERRY’, ‘TENERIFFE’, and ‘CLARET’, approx. total weight 1.7oz. (5) £250-300

1074. A collection of five Sheffield silver wine labels, crescent form, reeded borders, bright-cut and beaded borders, comprising: one by Robert Kippax, Sheffield 1794, incised ‘HOCK’, and four others incised ‘PORT’, ‘BRANDY’, and ‘RUM’, x2, approx. total weight 1.1oz. (5) £200-300

1075. A collection of five antique silver ‘cut-out letter’ wine labels, various dates and makers, one with chased foliate decoration, modelled as the letter ‘P’, London 1828, plus others with engraved decoration modelled as ‘W’, ‘B’, ‘H’, and ‘R’, approx. weight 1.8oz. (5) £100-150

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1076. A collection of five antique silver wine labels, various dates and makers, broad rectangular form, reeded borders, incised ‘LISBON’, ‘BUCELLASE’, ‘PORT’ and two pierced ‘SHERRY’, and ‘PORT’, approx. weight 1.6oz. (5) £200-300

1077. A set of ten Victorian silver wine labels, by William Summers, London 1871, oval form, gadroon border, incised ‘LIQUER BRANDY’ x2 ‘PAXARETTA’ x2, ‘PUNCH’, ‘ORANGE BRANDY’, ‘ORANGE BITTERS’, ‘CURCOA’, ‘MARASCHINO’ and ‘LACHRYME CHRISTI’, approx. weight 2.9oz. (10) £400-600

1078. A small collection of six silver and enamel wine labels, by Turner and Simpson, Birmingham various dates, with engine-turned decoration, titled in various colours on a white ground ‘VERMOUTH’, ‘BRANDY’, ‘PORT’, ‘GIN’, ‘WHISKEY’ and ‘PORT’, approx. weight 3.2oz. (6) £150-250

1079. A collection of six ivory sauce labels, rounded rectangular form, incised and blackened ‘QUORNDON’, ‘PRATTS’, ‘HARVEY’, ‘CAYENNE’, ‘WORCESTER’, and ‘VINEGAR’. (6) £100-150

1080. A collection of six antique silver ‘cut-out letter’ wine labels, various dates and makers, foliate decoration, modelled as the letters ‘M’, ‘X’, ‘B’, ‘W’ and ‘L’ x2, approx. weight 1.9oz. (6) £120-180

1081. A set of six Victorian provincial silver sauce labels, possibly William Briggs, Sheffield 18547, rectangular form, canted corners, reeded borders, incised ‘ANCHOVIE’, ‘CHALOT’, ‘HARVEY’, ‘LEMON’, ‘READING’ and ‘CHILLIE’, length 2.6cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. (6) £300-400

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1082. A matched set of three George III small silver wine labels, two by Elizabeth Morley, London 1805 and 1806, one by Thomas Wallis, London 1808, broad rectangular form, reeded borders, incised ‘CALEDONIA’, ‘HIGHLANDS’, and ‘WHISKY’, approx. weight 0.4oz. (3) £150-200

1083. A collection of five Newcastle silver wine labels, broad rectangular form, reeded borders, comprising: one by John Brown, Newcastle circa 1825, incised and blackened ‘HOCK’, plus four others incised ‘PORT’, ‘SHERRY’ x2, and ‘RUM’, approx. total weight 1.5oz. (5) £250-300

1084. A George III silver wine label, by Peter and William Bateman, London 1809, rectangular form, canted corners, reeded borders, incised and blackened ‘ORANGE’, plus a label incised ‘RAISIN’ and one incised ‘CURRANT’, approx. weight 0.8oz. (3) £150-200

1085. A collection of four antique silver wine labels, shaped rectangular form, feather-edge border, comprising: one by Margaret Binley, London circa 1770, incised and blackened ‘MOUNTAIN’, a Victorian one London 1885, incised ‘IRISH’, plus ‘OLD HOCK’ and ‘MADEIRA’, approx. weight 1.5oz. (4) £200-300

1086. A set of three George III provincial silver wine labels, by Joseph Walley, Liverpool circa 1780, narrow rectangular form, incised ‘XEREZ’, ‘MADEIRA’, and ‘CLARET’, length 4.7cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. (3) £250-300

1087. A collection of four antique silver wine labels, various dates and makers, shaped narrow rectangular form, one incised and blackened ‘MOUNTAIN’, unmarked, one by Margaret Binley, incised ‘VIDONIA’, plus two unmarked labels ‘CHAMPAIGN’ and ‘CLARET’, approx. weight 1oz. (4) £100-150

1088. A collection of four Scottish silver wine labels, one by George McHattie, Edinburgh 1827, one by George Mckay, one by George Fenwick, and one by MK conjoined, incised ‘WHITE WINE’, ‘MARSALA’, ‘MADEIRA’ and ‘SHERRY’, approx. weight 1.4oz. £200-300

1089. A pair of Irish graduated silver neck ring wine labels, by T Weir & Sons, Dublin 1912 circular form, incised ‘BURGUNDY’ and ‘BRANDY’, diameter 8cm and 6.7cm, plus a William IV Irish silver neck ring wine label, maker’s mark of J.J, Dublin 1831, incised ‘SHERRY’, approx. weight 2.1oz. (3) £150-200

1090. A collection of four antique silver wine labels, various dates and makers, broad rectangular form, one incised and blackened ‘FRONTINIAC’, by John Reily, London 1808, one by Margaret Binley, incised ‘CERES’, plus one ‘CREMO DIVINO’ and ‘PORT’, approx. weight 1.7oz. (4) £200-300

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1091. A small collection of three silver wine labels, comprising: a Victorian Scottish label, by Hamilton Crichton and Co, Edinburgh circa 1880, shield form, applied pierced thistle pediment, incised ‘SCOTCH WHISKY’, length 7.5cm, plus one of thistle form, by Lawrence Emanuel, Birmingham 1912, engraved ‘WHISKEY’, and one pierced ‘IRISH’, Sheffield 1912, approx. weight 1.8oz. (3) £100-150

1092. A small collection of four antique silver ‘openwork’ wine labels, comprising: one by Hester Bateman, London circa 1775, incised ‘LISBON’, length 6.2cm, plus a William IV pair by Reily and Storer, London 1836, incised ‘CLARET’ and ‘LISBON’, and one incised ‘MOUNTAIN’, by William Turton, London circa 1775, approx. weight 2oz. (4) £250-300

1093. A matched set of three 19th Century silver wine labels, by Rawlings and Summers, London 1837 and 1847, vine leaf form, pierced ‘CLARET’, ‘SHERRY’ and ‘PORT’, length 6.7cm, approx. weight 3.1oz. (3) £150-200

1094. A pair of George III provincial silver wine labels, by Hampston and Prince, York circa 1785, rectangular form, with a pierced scroll pediment, feather-edge border, incised ‘ W.WINE’ and ‘SHERRY’, length 5.2cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. (2) £250-300

1095. A pair of George III provincial silver neck ring wine labels, by George Lowe, Chester circa 1805, plain form, incised ‘SHERRY’ and ‘MADEIRA’, diameter 5.5cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. (2) £200-300

1096. A George IV provincial silver wine label, by George Ferris, Exeter 1825, rounded rectangular form, reeded border, incised ‘BUCELLAS’, length 4.2cm, plus a William IV provincial silver wine label, by Joseph Hicks, Exeter 1830, rounded rectangular form, reeded border, incised ‘ANGOSTURA’, approx. weight 0.5oz. (2) £200-300

1097. A matched set of three early Victorian cast silver wine labels, by Benjamin Smith, London 1838 and 1839, pierced ‘SHERRY’, ‘MADEIRA’ and ‘HOCK’, length 7cm, approx. weight 3oz. (3) £300-500

1098. A George IV silver wine label, by John Reily, London 1822, narrow rectangular form, incised ‘MALMSEY’, plus a George III silver wine label, by Susanna Barker, London 1793, incised ‘PAXARETTE’, and one ‘CALCAVELLA’, approx. weight 0.6oz. (3) £200-300

1099. A Collection of four 19th century silver-gilt wine labels, vine-leaf form, including: one by William Ker Reid, London 1828, pierced ‘CLARET’, length 7.6cm, one by Reily and Storer, London 1835, pierced ‘MADEIRA’, a Scottish one pierced ‘LIQUEUR’, and one re-titled ‘SHERRY’, approx. weight 3.7oz. (4) £200-300

The crest is that of Gordon.

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1100. A mid 18th century cast silver wine label, unmarked, modelled as a bacchanalian putto holding a goblet and with a scroll banner, pierced ‘RED PORT’, length 5.1cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £100-150

1101. A George II silver wine label, by Sandilands Drinkwater, London 1745, with two Bacchanalian putti with a goblet, bottle and ewer, and pierced vine decoration, incised ‘MADEIRA’, length 6cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £150-250

1102. A Victorian silver wine label, by John Samuel Hunt, London 1849, shaped scroll cartouche form, pierced ‘W’, length 5.5cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £100-150

1103. A George IV silver wine collar, mark H?, London 1822, circular form, reeded borders, incised ‘CLARET’, the interior inscribed ‘Albion House, Aldersgate Street, 12’, diameter 8.9cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £100-150

1104. A Victorian silver-gilt wine label, by Robert Garrard, London 1846, shaped cartouche form, incised ‘CURACOA’, length 4.2cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £100-150

1105. A Victorian Irish silver wine label, by John Smith, Dublin 1875, plain broad rectangular form, with wirework neck ring, incised ‘CLARET’, length 5.5cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £100-150

1106. A George II silver wine label, by Sandilands Drinkwater, London 1745, plain escutcheon form, pierced ‘ALE’, length 5.2cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £100-150

1107. A George II silver wine label, by Sandilands Drinkwater, London 1745, plain escutcheon form, incised ‘SACK’, length 5.4cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £100-150

1108. A George II silver wine label, by Sandilands Drinkwater, London 1745, plain escutcheon form, incised ‘RODEGO’, length 5cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £100-150

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1111. A George III silver wine label, by Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London 1800, scroll form, with engraved and pierced Prince of Wales feathers, incised ‘FALERNUM’, length 5cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £150-200

1109. A George III Scottish silver wine label, by Patrick Cunningham and Sons, Edinburgh circa 1810, rectangular form, beaded border, incised and blackened ‘MALMSEY MADEIRA’, length 4.5cm, approx. weight 0.2oz. £150-200

1110. A George III silver-gilt wine label, by John Reily, London 1814, cartouche form, pierced with trailing grapevines, with a crested circular cartouche, pierced ‘PORT’, length 6cm, approx. weight 1oz. £100-150

1112. A George IV silver-gilt wine label, by Philip Rundell, London 1820, cartouche form, foliate and scroll decoration, embossed ‘CLARET’ on a matted background, length 7.5cm, approx. weight 1.9oz £300-400

1113. A large Victorian Scottish silver ‘cut-out letter’ wine label, by J and W Mitchell, Glasgow 1847, modelled as the letter ‘S’, length 5.8cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £100-150

1114. A George III silver-gilt wine label, by Paul Storr, London 1817, shaped cartouche form, with a central shell motif and gadroon border, incised ‘PORT’, length 6.2cm, approx. weight 1oz. £300-400

1115. A George III silver-gilt wine label, by William Sharp, London 1819, rectangular form, heavy foliate and shell border, applied ‘HOLLANDS’, the reverse with a crest, length 5.8cm, approx. weight 2oz. £150-200

1116. A George III Irish silver wine label, by John Teare, Dublin circa 1815, shaped rounded rectangular form, foliate and scroll decoration, incised ‘VIN DE GRAVE’, below a monogram, length 5.3cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £100-150

1117. A George III silver-gilt wine label, by George Pearson, London 1817, broad rectangular form, trailing grapevine border, pierced ‘MADEIRA’, also engraved with a crest, length 6.7cm, approx. weight 1oz. £100-150

The crest is that of Cook, Digby, Eden, Wallace and other families.

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1118. A modern silver-gilt wine label, by John Henry Odell, London 1975, modelled as a standing horse, on a textured rectangular base, pierced ‘PORT’, length 6.8cm, approx. weight 1oz. £150-200

1119. A George III silver wine label, by William Elliott, London 1813, scallop shell form, pierced ‘PORT’, length 5.2cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £200-300

1120. A modern silver-gilt wine label, by John Henry Odell, London 1975, modelled as a standing Labrador dog, on a textured rectangular base, pierced ‘SHERRY’, length 7.8cm, approx. weight 1oz. £150-200

1121. A Victorian silver fouled anchor wine label, by William Stocker, London 1882, the fouled anchor incised ‘SHERRY’, with a simulated rope-work neck ring, total length 12.5cm, approx. weight 1oz. £300-400

1122. A George IV silver-gilt wine label, by Paul Storr, London 1828, shaped cartouche form, foliate and scroll border, pierced ‘MOSELLE’, length 8cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. £500-700

1123. A Victorian novelty silver ‘cut-out letter’ wine label, by Yapp and Woodward, Birmingham 1853, modelled as the letter P, with foliate decoration, and supported by Mr. Punch and Toby the dog, length 4.4cm, approx. weight 0.45oz. £200-300

1124. A George IV Scottish silver wine label, by George McHattie, Edinburgh circa 1820, rounded rectangular form, gadroon border, incised ‘MOUNTAIN DEW’’, approx. weight 0.2oz. £100-150

1125. A similar pair of George III silver wine label, by Phipps and Robinson, London 1793, bright-cut star form, incised ‘SHERRY’ and ‘PORT’ length 4.5cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. (2) £200-300

1126. A George III provincial silver wine label, by George Lowe, Chester 1812, broad rectangular form, incised ‘CURRANT’, length 5cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £100-150

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1127. A George III silver-gilt wine label, by Paul Storr, London possibly 1810, lion’s pelt form, the crescent shaped centre embossed ‘PORT’ on a matted background, length 8.9cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £1,000-1,500

1128. A modern silver wine label, by Michael W Druitt, London 1973, modelled as a standing Imperial Lion, on a textured rectangular base, pierced ‘CLARET’, length 7.8cm, approx. weight 1oz. £200-300

1129. A George III silver sauce label, by Paul Storr, London 1818, cartouche form, shell and scroll border, embossed ‘HARVEY’ on a textured background, length 3.8cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £300-400

1130. A George III silver wine label, by Digby Scott and Benjamin Smith, London 1806, scallop shell form, incised ‘CHATEAU MARGAUX’, length 5.2cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £300-500

1131. A George III silver sauce label, by Story and Elliott, London 1812, scallop shell form, incised ‘CAMP’, length 3.2cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £200-300

1132. A George III silver-gilt wine label, by Benjamin Smith, London 1807, scallop shell form, pierced ‘MADEIRA’, length 5.2cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £300-500

1133. A George III silver wine label, by Paul Storr, London 1818, shaped cartouche form, foliate borders, the centre embossed ‘PORT’ on a matted background, length 8.3cm, approx. weight 1.7oz. £400-600

1134. A George III silver armorial wine label, unmarked, circa 1790, modelled as a walking horse, engraved decoration, pierced ‘CLARET’, length 6.2cm, approx. weight 0.4oz. £250-300

1135. An early 19th century Irish silver wine label, by E. Crofton, Dublin circa 1825, banner form, bright-cut borders, with a raised and pierced pediment engraved with a crest, incised ‘PORT’, length 5.7cm, approx. weight 0.3oz. £150-200 The crest is recorded for the Irish Families Chambers, Fownes, Palliser and Pakenham.

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1136. A George III silver wine label, by Benjamin Smith, London 1807, four leaf clover form, pierced ‘HERMITAGE’, length 5.5cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. £600-800

1137. A Victorian armorial silver wine label, by William Eley, London 1840, modelled as a billy goat’s head, scroll borders, pierced ‘MADEIRA’, length 6.8cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £300-400

1138. A George III silver-gilt wine label, by Benjamin and James Smith, London 1808, four leaf clover form, pierced ‘CLARET’, length 5.5cm, approx. weight 1.8oz. £600-800

1139. A Victorian silver armorial wine label, by Elkington and Co, Birmingham 1853, modelled as an eagle with spread wings, the breast with a cross, pierced ‘PORT’, height 6.5cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £300-400 Provenance: sold in these rooms, 30 October 2012, The Sandeman Collection, lot 695.

1140. A George III silver wine label, by Benjamin Smith, London 1807, four leaf clover form, incised ‘MADEIRA’, length 5.4cm, approx. weight 1.6oz. £600-800 Provenance: The Lank Collection, Bonhams Knightsbridge, 5 & 6 October , 2010, lot 177.

1141. A silver armorial wine label, maker’s mark worn, London 1929, modelled as a seated fox, scroll borders, pierced ‘MADEIRA’, length 5.8cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £200-300


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1142. A George III silver wine label, unmarked circa 1790-1800, sun form, the front a face and shoe with a spur, incised ‘WHITE WINE’, length 4.5cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £300-400

1143. A George III silver-gilt armorial wine label, by Rawlings and Summers, London 1835, circular form, oak leaf border, engraved with a crest and incised ‘BRANDY’, diameter 5.3cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £300-500 Provenance: The Albert Collection. The crest is that of Chambers, Cornish, or Cotton. illustrated in Butler, R., The Albert Collection, Broadway Publishing, 2004, page 290, entry 692.

1144. A George III silver wine label, by Charles Fox, London 1818, shaped form, with a hanging goat’s pelt within a trailing vine border, pierced ‘PORT’, length 7cm, approx. weight 2.8oz. £300-400

1145. A George IV silver armorial wine label, by Reily and Storer, London 1829, modelled as the letter ‘S’ within a circular frame mounted with the crest of a bird and crown, length 5cm, approx. weight 0.7oz. £250-300 The crest is that of Humphrey of Rishangles, Suffolk.

1146. A George III silver-gilt wine label, by Story and Elliott, London 1811, scallop shell form, incised ‘PORT’, length 5.2cm, approx. weight 1.6oz. £300-500

1147. A George IV silver-gilt wine label, by Emes and Barnard, London 1828, scallop shell form, incised ‘MADEIRA’, length 5.1cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £300-500

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BATTERSEA ENAMEL LABELS

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The Battersea factory at York House was founded in 1753 by the partnership of Janssen, Delamain and Brooks, aiming to make use of a process to transfer engraved designs onto enamel. Wine labels were amongst the range of luxury goods produced before the closure of the factory in 1755 or 1756. Amongst the lots at Jannsen’s bankruptcy sale in 1756 were ‘Bottle tickets with Chains for all sorts of Liquor, and of different subjects...’. There appears to be seventeen different designs and around forty different recorded titles. 1148. A rare mid 18th century Battersea enamel wine label, circa 1755, escutcheon form, with a three cupids draped over a barrel with a leopard’s pelt, titled ‘PORT’, length 6.8cm. £1,500-2,000 1149. A rare mid 18th century Battersea enamel wine label, circa 1755, escutcheon form, with cupid with a bow wrestling a satyr, in front of a framed landscape, titled ‘CHAMPAGNE’, length 6.7cm. £1,500-2,000 For a similar label see: Salter, J., Wine Labels, 1730-2003, Antique Collector’s Club in association with the Wine Label Circle, 2004, page 297, fig. 1006. 1150. A rare mid 18th century Battersea enamel wine label, circa 1755, escutcheon form, with two cupids in front of rows of tents, holding a banner, titled ‘CLARET’, some damage, length 6.6cm. £800-1,200 For a similar label see Salter, J., Wine Labels, 1730-2003, Antique Collector’s Club in association with the Wine Label Circle, 2004, page 295, fig. 997. Provenance: Sotheby’s, London 6 November 1997, lot 317, part. 1151. A rare mid 18th century Battersea enamel wine label, circa 1755, escutcheon form, with two cupids standing by a barrel, titled ‘LISBON’, length 6.8cm £1,500-2,000 1152. A rare mid 18th century Battersea enamel wine label, circa 1755, escutcheon form, with a black boy holding a spear and embracing a leopard, below the title ‘CAPE’, length 7.1cm. £2,000-3,000 Illustrated in Salter, J., Wine Labels, 1730-2003, Antique Collector’s Club in association with the Wine Label Circle, 2004, page 297, fig. 1005. Provenance: The Bernard Watney Collection. 1153. A rare mid 18th century Battersea enamel wine label, circa 1755, escutcheon form, with two cupids in front of a leopard, with a spear to the left, below the title ‘PALME’, length 7cm. £1,500-2,000 Illustrated in Salter, J., Wine Labels, 1730-2003, Antique Collector’s Club in association with the Wine Label Circle, 2004, page 295, fig. 996. 1154. A rare mid 18th century Battersea enamel wine label, circa 1755, escutcheon form with a monochrome scene of two embracing cherubs below the title ‘CLARET’, length 7.1cm. £1,000-1,500 For a similar label see: Salter, J., Wine Labels, 1730-2003, Antique Collector’s Club in association with the Wine Label Circle, 2004, page 296, fig. 1001. 1155. A rare mid 18th century Battersea enamel wine label, circa 1755, escutcheon form, with a monochrome scene of Venus and cupid at her feet opening the veil, titled ‘BURGUNDY’, length 7cm. £1,500-2,000 For a similar example see: in Salter, J., Wine Labels, 1730-2003, Antique Collector’s Club in association with the Wine Label Circle, 2004, page 294, fig. 990. 1156. A rare mid 18th century Battersea enamel wine label, circa 1755, escutcheon form with a monochrome scene of two embracing cherubs by a row of barrels, one titled ‘HOCK’, length 7cm. £800-1,200 For a similar label see: Salter, J., Wine Labels, 1730-2003, Antique Collector’s Club in association with the Wine Label Circle, 2004, page 295, fig. 998.

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1157. A Charles I silver slip-top spoon, by Daniel Cary, London 1636, fig-shaped bowl, faceted tapering stem, the terminal with scratch initials, length 17.2cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. £1,000-1,500 Sold in these Rooms, 26 January 2005, lot 240.

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1158. A Charles I silver Apostle spoon, possibly St. Peter, maker’s mark A.B, and with three towers, unascribed circa 1630, fig-shaped bowl, faceted stem with a gilded Apostle finial, lacking a nimbus and with part of a large ornamental key, the reverse of the bowl later prick-dot initialled ‘1662’ ‘F.F over ‘I.D’, length 19.4cm, approx. weight 2oz. £1,000-1,500 For Mark see: Jacksons, Ian Pickford edition, The Antique Collector’s Club, 1989, page 522.

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1159. A pair of James II silver Fancy-back Trefid spoons, by Lawrence Coles, London 1685, the oval bowls with a ribbed rat-tail, and foliate scroll decoration, the terminals also with scroll decoration, the reverse of the terminal prick-dot initialled ‘H’ over ‘IL’, length 18.3cm, approx. weight 3oz. (2) £500-700

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1160. A Queen Anne silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoon, by Pierre Platel, London 1709 or 1711, the reverse of the oval bowl with a long rat-tail, the reverse of the terminal with a cipher and later crest, length 20.2cm, approx. weight 2.7oz. £400-600 The crest is that of Berry.


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A PRIVATE COLLECTION OF EARLY SPOONS, FLATWARE & RELATED LITERATURE

1161. A Collection of Early English Spoons of the 15th, 16th & 17th Century formed by The Rev. Thos. Staniforth, The property of E.W. Stanyforth Esq. Kirk Hammerton Hall, York 1898, published by the Critchton Bros., green hard back. £300-500

1162. How, Commander G., in collaboration with How, J., English and Scottish Silver Spoons, Mediaeval to Late Stuart, privately printed, 1952, three volumes, hard back with dust wrappers. (3) £300-400

Provenance: Ex Noble Collection.

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1163. A George II Scottish silver Hanoverian pattern basting spoon, by James Glen, Glasgow circa 1743-52, the reverse of the bowl with a plain heel, the reverse of the terminal initialled ‘C.A’, length 37.2cm, approx. weight 6.6oz. £1,500-2,000

1164. A rare George I large silver marrow spoon, by Thomas Mann, London 1723, basting spoon size, with a plain moulded rattail, scratch initialled ‘WD’, length 37.2cm, approx. weight 4.1oz. £1,500-2,000

Provenance: Mary Cooke Antiques.

Provenance: Purchased in these rooms, 31st October, 2007, lot 445.

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1165. A Charles II East Anglian silver Trefid spoon, unascribed maker, Norwich circa 1683, the oval bowl with a raised rat-tail, the reverse of the terminal ‘F’ over ‘TM’ ‘1683’, length 19.4cm, approx. weight 1.9oz. £700-900 Provenance: The Griffin Collection, Part III, Phillips, New Bond Street, 7 July 2000, lot 408. H.D Ellis Collection, Lieutenant-Colonel J Bennett-Stanford, Pythouse, Tisbury, Wiltshire, Sotheby’s, London, November 1314, 1935, lot 7. Hammer price £26.00 bought by Mrs How. This spoon is illustrated in Hartop, C., East Anglian Silver 1550-1750, John Adamson 2004, page 78, ref 53. The finial is illustrated in Constable, D., Silver Spoons of Britain, Constable’s Publishing 2016, Volume II, page 576, fig.7.21. Exhibited Norwich Cathedral Treasury, 2 September-17 October 2004.

1166. A late-17th century Provincial silver Trefid spoon, by Eli Bilton, Newcastle circa 1690, the oval bowl with a ribbed rat-tail, the reverse of the terminal scratch initialled ‘M*L’, length 19.8cm, approx. weight 1.6oz. £600-800 Provenance: The Griffin Collection, Part I, Phillips, New Bond Street, 24 April 1997, lot 31.

1167. A late 17th century West Country Shaded Roundels Trefid spoon, by William Lewis of Wincanton, circa 1693, the reverse of the terminal prick dot initialled ‘W.B’ over ‘G.P’ ‘Apr 2’, ‘1693’, length 18.5cm, approx. weight 1.6oz. £1,500-2,000 Provenance: Mary Cook Antiques. The terminal is illustrated in Constable, D., Silver Spoons of Britain, Constable’s Publishing 2016, Volume II, page 614, fig. 7.142.

1168. A Charles II East Anglian silver Trefid spoon, by Arthur Haselwood, Norwich circa 1675, the oval bowl with a rudimentary rat-tail, the terminal prick-dot initialled ‘M.R’, length 18.4cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. £800-1,200 Provenance: Walter Wilson. The terminal is illustrated in Constable, D., Silver Spoons of Britain, Constable’s Publishing 2016, Volume II, page 565, fig. 7.16.

1169. A Charles II West Country silver Lace-back Trefid spoon, by Ellen Dare, Taunton circa 1683, the reverse of the oval bowl with a ribbed rat-tail and scroll decoration, the terminal also with scroll decoration, the reverse of the terminal prick dot initialled ‘IS’ over ‘TB’ ‘1683’, length 19cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. £800-1,200 Provenance: Bought by David Patterson from J.H. Bourdon-Smith in June 1980. The Patterson Collection, Christie’s South Kensington,10 November 1998, lot 56.

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1170. A Charles I provincial silver Apostle spoon, maker’s mark D.C three times, possibly for David Clayden, circa 1630, the reverse of the bowl with scratch initials ‘S’ over ‘EM’ ‘1652’, faceted slight tapering stem with a gilded Apostle finial, lacking emblem, length 18.9cm, approx. weight 1.9oz. £1,200-1,800 Provenance: The Winfield Collection, Bonhams and Brooks, Knightsbridge, 6 March 2001, lot 98. Bought by Mr Winfield from Banfill and Chilman Ltd., Bridle Lane, Brewer Street, London for £17.10, on 10 February 1950.

1171. A mid-17th century provincial silver Apostle spoon, by James Birkby, Hull circa 1650, the reverse of the bowl with scratch initials ‘A.M’, faceted slight tapering stem with a gilded Apostle finial, lacking emblem, length 18.3cm, approx. weight 2oz. £2,000-3,000 Provenance: How of Edinburgh.

1172. A Charles II West Country silver-gilt Apostle spoon, St. Philip, by Robert Wade II, Taunton circa 1630, faceted slight tapering stem, the nimbus prick-dot initialled ‘1610’, length 19.1cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £1,500-2,000 Provenance: J.H. Bourdon-Smith Ltd. The finial is illustrated in Constable, D., Silver Spoons of Britain, Constable’s Publishing 2016, Volume I, page 203, fig. 2.66.

1173. A Charles II West Country silver-gilt Apostle spoon, St. James the Less, by Robert Wade II, Taunton circa 1635, the reverse of the bowl prick-dot initialled ‘165(3)2’, faceted slight tapering stem, the nimbus prick-dot initialled ‘A.H’, length 19.1cm, approx. weight 1.8oz. £1,800-2,200 Provenance: The Collection of Sir Clive Edwards Bt, Woolley and Wallis, 2 May 1996, lot 23. The finial is illustrated in Constable, D., Silver Spoons of Britain, Constable’s Publishing 2016, Volume I, page 191 fig. 2.33.

1174. A Charles I West Sussex silver-gilt Seal-top spoon, by Daniel Seymour, Chichester circa 1630, slight tapering faceted stem, the terminal prick-dot initialled ‘R.G over ‘I.G’, and with traces of a date, length 18.2cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. £1,000-1,500 Provenance: The How Sale, Woolley and Wallis, 30 October 2007, lot 178. The Biggs Sale, Christie’s king Street, 20th September 1978, lot 26, hammer price £340.

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1175. A mid 16th century unascribed provincial silver seal-top spoon, possibly East Anglian, circa 1550, fig-shaped bowl, slight tapering faceted stem, cushion seal-top finial with traces of gilding, length 15.8cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £1,500-2,000 Provenance: Phillips, New Bond Street, 21 November 2000, lot 233. The finial is illustrated in Constable, D., Silver Spoons of Britain, Constable’s Publishing 2016, Volume I, page 430, fig.5.5.

1176. A Commonwealth silver Puritan spoon, by William Gough, Marlborough circa 1657, plain tapering terminal, length 17.3cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £800-1,200 Provenance: Daniel Bexfield.

1177. A Charles I West Country silver Seal-top spoon, by George Batter, Salisbury circa 1629, the slight tapering faceted stem with a large cushion seal-top finial, prick dot initialled ‘E.G’ over ‘A.B’, ‘1629’, length 18.2cm, approx. weight 1.8oz. £1,000-1,500 Provenance: Phillips, New Bond Street, 21 November 2000, The finial is illustrated in Constable, D., Silver Spoons of Britain, Constable’s Publishing 2016, Volume I, page 431, fig.5.13.

1178. A George I silver marrow spoon, by Charles Jackson, London 1722, the reverse of the oval bowl with a plain rat-tail, the underside with a crest, length 32.3cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £300-400 The crest is that of Melveton.

1179. A Queen Anne silver marrow fork, by Lawrence Jones, London 1705, the fork with three tines, the reverse of the stem with a scratch weight and engraved with a crest, length 20.3cm, approx. weight 1.9oz. £300-400 Provenance: The crest is that of Fitz-Alan ensigned by a coronet for the Earls of Arundel. Sold in these rooms 28 July 2004, lot 570. The Cook Collection of Early Silver Spoons, Woolley and Wallis, 24 October 2003, lot 1049. Sold to Mr Cook by Payne’s of Oxford.

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1180. An Edward VI silver Baluster Knop spoon, by Nicholas Batholomew, London 1550, fig-shaped bowl, faceted tapering stem, baluster knop finial with traces of gilding, length 15.6cm, approx. weight 1oz. £5,000-7,000 Provenance: The Choice Series of Rare Medieval and London Spoons formerly in the Collection of the late H.D.Ellis, Esq, Sotheby’s London, 30 May 1935, lot 1, hammer £205.

1181. A rare mid-15th century silver Diamond-point spoon, ‘Arabian’ leopard’s head mark to bowl, circa 1450, fig-shaped bowl, tapering faceted stem with a diamond-point finial, length 15.3cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £10,000-15,000 Illustrated in How, G., in collaboration with How J., English and Scottish Silver Spoons, Volume one, Chapter I, Section IV, pages 100-101, plate 12.

1182. A Henry VIII provincial silver Wrythen Knop spoon, the bowl with a device, unascribed circa 1530, fig-shaped bowl, tapering faceted stem, the wrythen knop finial with traces of gilding, length 16cm, approx. weight 0.9oz. £4,000-6,000 For the mark see Jacksons, Ian Pickford Edition, The Antique Collector’s Club, 1989, page 526.

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1183. An Elizabeth I silver Maidenhead spoon, probably by Patrick Brewe, London 1584, fig-shaped bowl, faceted tapering stem with a maidenhead finial, with traces of gilding, length 16.4cm, approx. weight 1oz. £1,500-2,000

1184. A Charles II provincial silver Maidenhead spoon, maker’s mark in bowl and reverse of stem , NP (or R) conjoined, unascribed circa 1630, fig-shaped bowl, faceted tapering stem with a maidenhead finial, with traces of gilding, length 15.6cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £1,000-1,500 For the mark see Jacksons, Ian Pickford Edition, The Antique Collector’s Club, 1989, page 518.

1185. A Henry VIII silver Maidenhead spoon, by William Simpson, London 1525, the reverse of the fig-shaped bowl with a later initial, faceted tapering stem with a maidenhead finial, with traces of gilding, length 15.8cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £4,000-6,000

1186. A 15th century silver Diamond-point spoon, unmarked, circa 1450, fig-shaped bowl, tapering faceted stem with a diamond-point finial, length 16.1cm, approx. weight 0.8oz. £3,000-5,000

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1187. A rare matched pair of Charles II Irish silver Trefid spoons, by Abel Ram, Dublin 1663, one with maker’s mark only, tapering oval bowls, slight tapering flat stems with trefid finials the reverse of the terminals scratch initialled ‘I.G’, lengths 19.8cm and 19.6cm, approx. weight 3.8oz. (2) £7,000-10,000 For the mark see Jacksons, Ian Pickford Edition, The Antique Collector’s Club, 1989, page 625. For another known example of a Trefid spoon by this maker, see Delamer, I., and O’Brien, C., 500 Years of Irish Silver, National Museum of Ireland, 2005, page 140, entry 24A.21.

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1188. A William and Mary provincial silver ‘Lace-back’ Treifd spoon, by Thomas Hebden, Hull circa 1690, the reverse of the oval bowl with a raised rat-tail and scroll decoration, the terminal with scroll decoration, the reverse of the terminal ‘AWA’ conjoined, length 17.4cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £1,500-2,000 For the mark see Jacksons, Ian Pickford Edition, The Antique Collector’s Club, 1989, page 473.

1189. A Charles II provincial silver Trefid spoon, by Thomas Hutchinson, Great Yarmouth circa 1675, the reverse of the oval bowl with a small plain rat-tail, the reverse of the with prick-dot initials ‘H’ over ‘M.I’, terminal with scroll decoration, the reverse of the terminal ‘AWA’ conjoined, length 18.4cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. £1,500-2,000 For the mark see Jacksons, Ian Pickford Edition, The Antique Collector’s Club, 1989, page 344. Provenance: The Ellis Collection, Sotheby and Co, London 13 November 1935, lot 73. Christopher Hartop refers to this spoon in his book on East Anglian Silver 1550-1750, page 98.

1190. A Charles II silver Trefid spoon, by John Smith, London 1672, the oval bowl with a raised rat-tail, the reverse of the terminal scratch initialled ‘MS’, length 18.3cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £200-300

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1191. A Charles I silver Apostle spoon, possibly St. John, by Robert Jygges, London 1629, fig-shaped bowl, faceted tapering stem, the finial with traces of gilding, length 18.2cm, approx. weight 1.8oz. £2,000-3,000

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1192. A Charles I West country silver Apostle spoon, St. Paul, by Thomas Barter, Exeter circa 1649, fig-shaped bowl, slightly tapering faceted stem, gilded apostle finial, the nimbus with a dove, the reverse of the bowl with prick-dot initials ‘M.T over ‘W.H’, ‘1649’, length 18.2cm, approx. weight 1.6oz. £1,000-1,500 Provenance: Purchased from Tessiers, 26 New Bond Street, London, probably in the 1950s.

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1193. A James I silver Apostle spoon, St. Thomas, by John Feake, London 1622, fig-shaped bowl, slightly tapering faceted stem, gilded apostle finial, pierced nimbus, length 18.4cm, approx. weight 2.1oz. £3,000-4,000 Provenance: Purchased from Tessiers, 26 New Bond Street, London, probably in the 1950s.

1194. A James I silver Apostle spoon, St. Simon Zelotes, by Daniel Cary, London 1622, fig-shaped bowl, slightly tapering faceted stem, gilded apostle finial, the nimbus with a dove, the reverse of the bowl with prick-dot initials ‘R.H’, length 18.1cm, approx. weight 1.9oz. £3,000-4,000 Provenance: Purchased from Tessiers, 26 New Bond Street, London, probably in the 1950s.

1195. A James I silver Apostle spoon, probably St. Matthew, by James Cluatt, London 1617, fig-shaped bowl, slightly tapering faceted stem, gilded apostle finial, the nimbus with a dove, the reverse of the bowl with prick-dot initials ‘B.G’ over ‘L.W’, ‘1635’, length 18.2cm, approx. weight 1.7oz. £2,500-3,000 Provenance: Purchased from Tessiers, 26 New Bond Street, London, probably in the 1950s.

1196. A James I silver Apostle spoon, St. John, by Edward Hole, London 1623, fig-shaped bowl, slightly tapering faceted stem, gilded apostle finial, the nimbus with a dove, the reverse of the bowl with prick-dot initials ‘A’ over ‘R.?’, length 18.9cm, approx. weight 1.7oz. £1,000-1,500 Provenance: Purchased from Tessiers, 26 New Bond Street, London, probably in the 1950s.

1197. A Charles I silver-gilt Apostle spoon, St. James the Greater, by Daniel Cary, London 1638, fig-shaped bowl, slightly tapering faceted stem, apostle finial, the nimbus with a dove, length 18.9cm, approx. weight 1.7oz. £3,000-4,000 Provenance: Purchased from Tessiers, 26 New Bond Street, London, probably in the 1950s.

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1198. A pair of Charles I silver Apostle spoons, St. Jude and St. Matthias, by Daniel Cary, London 1635 fig-shaped bowls, slightly tapering faceted stems, gilded apostle finials, the nimbus with a dove, the reverse of the bowl with scratch initialled ‘NS’, and with signs of earlier prick-dot initials, length 18.4cm, approx. weight 3.9oz. (2) £7,000-9,000 Provenance: Purchased from Tessiers, 26 New Bond Street, London, probably in the 1950s.

1199. A pair of Charles I silver Apostle spoons, probably St. Matthew and St. Paul, by Edward Hole, London 1635, fig-shaped bowls, slightly tapering faceted stems, gilded apostle finials, the nimbus with a dove, the reverse of the bowl with prick-dot initials, ‘B’ over ‘EG’, length 18.8cm, approx. weight 4.1oz. (2) £7,000-9,000 Provenance: Purchased from Tessiers, 26 New Bond Street, London, probably in the 1950s.

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1200. A Charles I silver Slip-top spoon, probably by Thomas Hodges of Castle Cary, Somerset, London 1639, faceted stem, the terminal scratch initialled ‘O’ over ‘IM’, length 16.5cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. £800-1,200

1201. A Commonwealth provincial silver Slip-top spoon, by Robert Williamson, York 1653, the reverse of the faceted stem scratch initialled ‘I.W’, length 17.5cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £1,000-1,500

1202. A Charles I silver Slip-top spoon, probably by Thomas Hodges of Castle Cary, Somerset, London 1639, faceted stem, the terminal scratch initialled ‘P’ over ‘PE’, length 15.8cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £800-1,200

1203. A Charles I silver Slip-top spoon, by Richard Crosse, London 1632, faceted stem, the terminal scratch initialled ‘B’ over ‘TM’, length 16.4cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £800-1,200

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1204. A Commonwealth silver Seal-top spoon, by Stephen Venables, London 1649. tapering faceted stem, length 15.8cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £400-600

1205. A Charles I provincial silver Seal-top spoon, by Anthony Dobson, Lewes circa 1620-30, the reverse of the bowl scratch initialled ‘M’, the seal-top with traces of gilding and prick -dot initialled possibly ‘PMT’, length 15.5cm, approx. weight 1oz. £800-1,200

1206. A Queen Anne silver-gilt Trefid spoon, by Thomas Burridge, London probably 1708, the reverse of the bowl with a plain rat-tail, the reverse of the terminal with an armorial and initials, length 20.2cm, approx. weight 2oz. £500-700

1207. A William III silver Trefid spoon, by William Scarlett, London 1697, the reverse of the bowl with a beaded raised rat-tail, the terminal with prick dot initials ‘M’, length 19cm, approx. weight 1.5oz. £300-400

1208. A Charles II silver Trefid spoon, by Lawrence Coles, London 1684, the reverse of the bowl with a raised rat-tail, the terminal with prick dot initials ‘D.B’ over ‘R.B’, ‘1683’, length 18.6cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. £300-400

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1209. A William III West Country silver Lace-back Trefid spoon, by Richard Sweet III, Honiton circa 1698, the reverse of the bowl with foliate scroll decoration, the terminal also with foliate scroll decoration, the reverse of the terminal prick-dot initialled ‘V.F over W.H 1698’, length 19.4cm, approx. weight 1.4oz. £600-800

1210. A late-17th century provincial silver lace-back Trefid spoon, maker’s mark twice WR crowned, probably for William Ramsay, Newcastle circa 1685-90, the reverse of the bowl with scroll decoration, the reverse of the terminal scratch initialled ‘T’ over ‘H*A’, length 20.3cm, approx. weight 2oz. £600-800

1211. A William III / Queen Anne silver Dog-nose fork, by Thomas Allen, London circa 1700-1705, three-pronged tines, the reverse of the terminal with a crest, the terminal with a cipher, length 17.8cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £600-800

1212. A William III silver Dog-nose spoon, by Lawrence Jones, London 1699, the reverse of the oval bowl with a plain rat-tail, length 19.8cm, approx. weight 2.2oz. £600-800

1213. A Charles II provincial silver Trefid spoon, by Thomas Mangy, York 1680, the reverse of the oval bowl with a ribbed rat-tail, the reverse of the terminal scratch initialled ‘A.F’, length 19.6cm, approx. weight 1.8oz. £600-800

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1214. A Charles I silver spoon with a figural terminal, maker’s mark worn, possibly RC for Richard Crosse, London 1632, the fig shaped bowl with a later crest, faceted stem with a figural finial possibly depicting St. Catherine, standing with flowing hair, and with a broken wheel at her feet and a later sword applied to the front, length 17.2cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £1,000-1,500 The crest is that of Lucy.

1215. A Charles I Sussex Seal-top spoon, marked three times with maker’s mark of William Dobson, and another mark, Lewes circa 1634, fig-shaped bowl, faceted slight tapering stem with a Seal-top finial, scratch initialled ‘E.H’ over ‘1634’ over ‘ES’, length 16.3cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £800-1,200 For mark see: Kent, T., Sussex Silver and its Makers, J.H. Bourdon-Smith Limited, 2002, page 26, fig.43.

1216. A William and Mary provincial silver child’s spoon, by Peter Pemberton, Chester 1692-3, the oval bowl with a raised rat-tail, plain terminal, length 14cm, approx. weight 0.6oz. £1,000-1,500 The Pemberton mark on this piece is mark type 2. Provenance: purchased from J.H. Bourdon-Smith Limited, 2006.

1217. A 17th century provincial silver Apostle spoon, marked three times with a five petal mark, unacribed circa 1650, gilded bowl, faceted slight tapering stem with a gilded Apostle finial, lacking emblem, length 16.8cm, approx. weight 1.2oz. £800-1,200

1218. A Charles I Sussex silver child’ s spoon, with a child’s head and neck finial, maker’s mark WD to bowl, for William Dobson, Lewes, circa 1630, fig-shaped bowl, slight tapering faceted stem with a child’s head terminal, length 12.3cm, approx. weight 0.5oz. £800-1,200

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1219. A small collection of four silver toothpick holders, comprising: a Chinese one of umbrella form, by Wang Hing, on a circular base, a German one of umbrella form, on a circular foot, with six unmarked sword toothpicks, an Austrian one, of trough form, engraved with a monogram, plus a Russian one of tapering circular form, niello decoration, approx. weight 3oz. (4) £120-150

1220. A small collection of three toothpick holders, comprising: a Mexican metalware one modelled as a donkey carrying two baskets, plus a standing stag, and an electroplated recumbent stag. (3) £80-100

1221. Two similar 19th century continental tin glaze toothpick holders, possibly Faenza, modelled as standing porcupines, on raised square bases, length 8cm. (2) £120-180

1222. A small collection of three ceramic toothpick holders, comprising: a continental tin glaze one modelled as a porcupine, pierced back, on a raised rectangular base, length 11cm, plus a porcupine with gild highlights on a rectangular base with canted corners, and one other with gilt mounts, on a shaped oval base (3) £150-200

1223. A small collection of three brass toothpick holders, comprising: a novelty one modelled as a standing bird in clothes and holding a parasol, plus one modelled as a porcupine and one modelled as a wild boar. (3) £100-150

1224. A late-Victorian brass toothpick box, rectangular form, the hinged cover inscribed ‘Toothpicks’, on four scroll feet, length 12.6cm, plus a brass carriage modelled as the devil. (2) £80-120

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1225. A Victorian novelty electroplated toothpick holder, by Elkington and Co, 1873, modelled as a large porcupine, on an oval naturalistic base, length 12.6cm. £200-300

1226. A 19th century Austro-Hungarian novelty silver hedgehog toothpick holder, Vienna 1837 or 1857, modelled in a standing position, mounted of a rectangular base, beaded borders, on four paw feet, length 7.8cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £250-300

1227. A Victorian novelty bronze toothpick holder, by Elkington and Co, 1874, modelled as a porcupine, on an oval naturalistic base, length 10.8cm. £200-300

1228. A 19th century Staffordshire toothpick holder, modelled as a recumbent greyhound, on a shaped base with gilt mounts, length 12.8cm £100-150

1229. A Victorian novelty electroplated toothpick holder, by Elkington and Co, 1872, modelled as a porcupine, on an oval naturalistic base, length 8cm. £150-200

1230. A 19th century French porcelain toothpick holder, modelled as a tulip, the inside of the flower pierced with holes for toothpicks, green stem on a raised circular base, height 11cm. £100-150

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1231. A late-19th century AustroHungarian silver novelty toothpick holder, maker’s mark CD, Vienna circa 1880, modelled as a standing maiden carrying two gourds as water containers, pierced for toothpicks, on a raised engine-turned circular foot, height 12.5cm. £200-300

1232. A 19th century bronze toothpick stand, thistle form, the flower head with pierced holes, knopped stem with leaf mounts, on a square base on four bun feet, height 11cm. £100-150

1233. A 19th century Portuguese silver toothpick holder, maker’s mark MN, Oporto 1836-43, modelled as a standing gentleman, holding an umbrella in one hand and a top hat in the other, on a raised circular base pierced for toothpicks, height 16cm, approx. weight 5.2oz. £400-600

1234. An electroplated novelty toothpick holder, unmarked, probably late 19th Century, modelled as a standing circus acrobat balancing a pierced ring on his head, on a raised textured circular base, height 16.3cm. £100-150

1235. A 19th century Austro-Hungarian silver toothpick holder, maker’s mark A.B, Vienna 1858, modelled as a standing man holding a bouquet of flowers next to a large lobed urn for toothpicks, on a shaped rectangular foot, height 7.8cm, approx. weight 1.1oz. £100-150

1236. A French electroplated novelty toothpick holder, by Christofle, Paris, probably early 20th Century, modelled as a standing mythical beast holding a pierce ring, on a raised circular base with stylised decoration, height 16cm. £100-150

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1237. A 19th century Portuguese silver toothpick holder, maker’s mark ABR, Oporto 1861-70, modelled as a standing peasant boy holding a scythe and sheaves of corn, on a raised rectangular base, canted corners, pierced for toothpicks, on four paw feet, height 15.3cm, approx. weight 6oz. £500-700

1238. A late-Victorian silver toothpick holder, with import marks for London 1895, importer’s mark of Edwin Bryant, modelled as a standing man with a basket on his back, with a staff and a dog at his feet, on a raised circular foot, height 9cm, approx. weight 2.8oz. £180-220

1239. A silver novelty toothpick holder, bearing spurious Russian marks for Kostroma, modelled as a standing bandaged hare with toothache, supported by two crutches and with a basket on his back, on a raised and pierced square base, height 10.3cm. £200-250

1240. A 19th century Portuguese silver toothpick holder, marked with a French import mark, modelled as a standing figure of cupid resting on a bow, on a knopped stem, pierced for toothpicks, on a raised square base on four paw feet, height 16.5cm, approx. weight 5.8oz. £400-450

1241. A 19th century Portuguese silvergilt toothpick holder, maker’s mark of IC, Oporto, circa 1870, modelled as a peasant boy holding a flute and wearing a hat, standing in front of a tree stump, pierced with holes for toothpicks, on a raised rectangular base, canted corners, foliate decoration, on four paw feet, height 16.5cm, approx. weight 5.9oz. £400-600

1242. A late 19th century German silver toothpick stand, maker’s mark G.S, modelled as a terrestrial globe, on a knopped stem, on a raised pierced circular foot, on three bracket feet, height 14cm, approx. weight 2oz. £200-300 Provenance: Cohen Collection, Bonhams, 10 December 2002.

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1243. A 19th century Austro-Hungarian novelty silver elephant toothpick holder, maker’s mark JJ, circa 1870, modelled in a standing position, mounted with a Howdah, pierced for toothpicks, on a raised shaped rectangular base, on four bracket feet, height 13cm, approx./ weight 6.5oz. £300-400

1244. A Victorian novelty silver-gilt bird cage toothpick holder, by E. H. Stockwell, London 1873, also with a registration lozenge, hexagonal form, wire-work frame, central carrying handle, on six ball feet, height 11cm, approx. weight 4oz. £600-800

1245. An Early 19th century French novelty silver porcupine toothpick stand, Paris 1809-1819, modelled in a standing position, on an oval base, on a raised circular foot, with a stylised border, height 16.5cm, approx. weight 6.2oz. £750-800

1246. A 19th century Portuguese silver toothpick holder, maker’s mark of IPC script, Oporto, circa 1843-53, modelled as a crowned standing Neptune holding a trident, on a raised octagonal pedestal mounted with a gilded shell, pierced for toothpicks, on a square base on four paw feet, height 21.5cm, approx. weight 10.2oz. £600-800

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1247. A pair of continental novelty silver toothpick holders, apparently unmarked, each modelled as a porcupine, supported on an oval base with fluted legs, ribbon tied flower and foliage swags, length 8.5cm, approx. weight 6.5oz. (2) £500-700

1248. A George III novelty silver toothpick holder, maker’s mark lost in decoration, London 1819, modelled as a pig, the back pierced, mounted on a rounded rectangular base, foliate border, on four wheels, length 8.3cm, approx. weight 4.8oz. £1,000-1,500

Provenance: Christie’s, King Street, Works of Art from the Collection of S.A.R. La Principessa Reale Maria Gabriella Di Savoia, 27 June 2007, lot 287.

For a similar example see Bonhams, Knightsbridge, 20-21 September 2016, lot 165.

1249. A 16th century gilt bronze toothpick stand, probably German, circa 1580, modelled as a recumbent bull, the back pierced with holes, on a later wooden stand, height on plinth 12.2cm, length 9.8cm. £1,200-1,500

1250. A George III novelty silver toothpick holder, by James Aldridge, London 1809, modelled as a porcupine, the back pierced, mounted on a rounded rectangular base with a pierced gallery, beaded borders, on four ball feet, length 8.3cm, approx. weight 3.4oz. £700-900

For a similar example see The Victorian and Albert Museum, Museum number M.496-1956.

For a similar example by the same maker see Bonhams, Knightsbridge, 5 June 2007, lot 158.

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1251. An Edwardian novelty silver hedgehog toothpick holder, by J. Batson and Sons, London 1902, modelled in a standing position, length 7cm. £300-350

1252. A 19th century Italian novelty silver hedgehog toothpick holder, possibly Florence, modelled in a standing position, with its head dipped, on a raised rectangular base, with foliate and trellis decoration, on four ball feet, length 7.5cm, approx. weight 2.5oz. £250-300

1253. A 19th century Continental novelty silver toothpick holder, unmarked, oval form, mounted with a pig, the back pierced, foliate border, on four paw feet, length 10.2cm, approx. weight 4.9oz. £400-600

1254. A 19th century Austro-Hungarian novelty silver hedgehog toothpick holder, the base marked 750, modelled in a standing position, mounted of a rectangular base, beaded borders, on four scroll feet, length 7.5cm, approx. weight 1.3oz. £250-300

OTHER PROPERTIES

1255. An Edwardian silver inkstand, by Mappin and Webb, London 1905, rectangular form, with two pen wells and with two silver-mounted glass inkwells, on four bun feet, length 31.5cm, approx. weight 26oz. £400-600

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1256. A Victorian silver two-handled tray, by Hunt and Roskell, London 1871, oval form, gadroon border, the centre inscribed ‘Presented to John Francis Gathorne-Hardy, on his Marriage by the Officers of the Grenadier Guards Dec 1898’, length handle to handle 77cm, approx. weight 150oz. £1,200-1,500


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1257. A George IV silver salver, by Robert Garrard, London 1829, shaped rectangular form, moulded and reeded border, the centre engraved with an armorial, on four bracket feet, the underside inscribed ‘E.B Sept 1st 1829’, length 62.3cm, approx. weight 134oz. £2,500-3,000 The arms are those of Cust, of Stamford, Lincolnshire, Baron Brownlow of Belton?

1258. A pair of early Victorian silver meat platters with an old Sheffield plated meat dish cover, by the Barnards, London 1845, the cover and handle unmarked, oval form, foliate, scroll and shell border, engraved with the Hornby crest, the meat dish cover of oval form, with a similar border, the handle modelled as the Hornby crest, length of platters 50.5cm, length of cover 40.5cm, approx. weight 145oz. (3) £2,000-3,000 William Henry Hornby had a distinguished career in both politics and commerce, with his mill in Blackburn employing around 1400 employees. He was Chariman of the Conservative party and Member of Parliament for Blackburn from 1857-1865. During an election riot in 1835, Hornby was thrown over the parapet of old Salford bridge by an infuriated mob, and in 1841 during a similar riot he recalled “... It was then hardly safe for me to walk through the streets; my house was in danger and at last it was attacked, about 8 o’clock in the evening and every window was smashed. Fortunately I got back there before the front door was opened, and having a brace of pistols, I discharged one, and every man of that gallant crew ran away”. His sons, Edward Hornby and William, were also MPs for Blackburn, and his third son, Albert, was the England cricket captain who lost the Test match which gave rise to the Ashes, at home against the Australians in 1882.

1259. A George III old Sheffield plated two-handled meat dish and cover, by Matthew Boulton, circa 1810, oval form, shell and gadroon border, fluted scroll handles with ivory grips, on four ivory bun feet, the domed pull-off cover with a fluted and shell border, central foliate carrying handle, with a water compartment, applied with a crest, length of base 56cm. (2) £700-900 The crest is that of Knight of Congrebury, Somerset with another in pretence.

1260. A set of eight Victorian silver salt cellars, by the Barnards, six London 1844, two London 1845, tapering circular form, pierced foliate scroll decoration, scroll borders, on four shell capped scroll feet, engraved with the Hornby crest, with six blue glass liners, approx. weight 23oz. (8) £600-800

1261. A George III silver two-handle tray, by William Bennett, London 1800, oval form, gadroon border and handles, the centre with an armorial, length handle to handle 69cm, approx. weight 125oz. £1,500-2,000

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1262. A George II silver ‘sparrow-beak’ cream jug, by Thomas Rush, London 1734, baluster form, scroll handle, on a circular foot, height 9.2cm, approx. weight 2.5oz. £200-300

1263. A George I silver tumbler cup, by Edward Yorke, London 1714, plain circular form, gilded bowl, engraved with a crest within foliate scroll mantling, diameter 7cm, height 4.8cm, approx. weight 2.8oz. £800-1,200

1264. A four-piece late-Victorian silver tea and coffee set, by Johnson, Walker & Tolhurst Ltd, London 1896/97, circular form, central girdle above cut-card decoration, scroll handles, domed hinged covers, on a circular foot, height of coffee pot 21cm, approx. weight 67.5oz. (4) £700-900

1265. A matched set of four silver candlesticks, by Thomas Bradbury and Sons, London and Sheffield 1937, in the early 18th century manner, knopped stems, spool shaped capitals, on raised square bases with canted corners, removable drip pans, height 17.5cm. (4) £700-900

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1266. A George III silver tankard, by Godbehere and Wigan, London 1787, baluster form, central girdle, scroll handle with a scroll terminal, the domed hinged cover with a pierced thumb-piece, on a raised circular foot, the front with initials, height 21.5cm, approx. weight 28.6oz. £1,000-1,500

1267. A Queen Anne silver bowl, by Edmund Pearce, London 1710, plain circular form, on a raised circular base, the underside crudely engraved ‘186’, diameter 14.2cm, approx. weight 10.5oz. £2,000-3,000

1268. A George III silver tankard, by John King, London 1791, baluster form, central girdle, scroll handle with a heart-shaped terminal, the domed hinged cover with a pierced thumb-piece, on a raised circular foot with a reeded border, the front with initials, height 20.5cm, approx. weight 30.9oz. £1,000-1,500

1269. A pair of 18th century silver mugs, maker’s mark only, H.G, circa 1770-80, tapering circular baluster form, leaf capped scroll handles, on raised circular bases, the fronts initialled, height 9.5cm, approx. weight 14.5oz. (2) £600-800

Provenance: Christie’s, King Street, Fine Silver, 10th July 1991, lot 78.

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1270. A George III provincial silver two-handled porringer, by George Walker, Chester 1775, circular form, part-fluted decoration, reeded scroll handles, ropework girdle, scroll cartouche, height 11cm, approx. weight 6.6oz. £300-500

1271. A rare George II provincial silver ‘sparrow-beak’ cream jug, by Richard Richardson I, Chester 1729, plain baluster form, scroll handle, with traces of an armorial, on a spread circular foot, height 7.8cm, approx. weight 2.6oz. £1,500-2,000 The mark on this piece is the Richard Richardson I mark Type 7. Provenance: from the Lowe Collection. A similar jug of 1731 is Illustrated in Ridgeway, M., Chester Silver 1727-1837, Phillimore and Co. Ltd, 1985, and this jug is referred to on page 138, under the heading Jugs, No.2, Private Collection.

1272. A large George III silver tumbler cup, maker’s mark possibly that of Francis Crump, London 1763, circular form, engraved with a large crest, height 7.3cm, approx. weight 7.5oz. £400-600 The crest is that of Adams, Brown, Corbyn, Dixon, Egerton, Ford, and other families.

1274. A pair of Queen Anne silver salt cellars, by Matthew West, London 1706, circular cushion form, on a circular foot, engraved with a crest, diameter 6.8cm, approx. weight 3.3oz. (2) £300-400 The crest is that of Addison, Kestell, Orr, Parsons and other families.

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1273. A Queen Anne silver tazza / footed waiter, by Nathaniel Lock, London 1707, circular form, rope-work border, the centre engraved with an armorial within foliate mantling, on a raised circular foot, diameter 21cm, approx. weight 9.4oz. £800-1,200

1275. A pair of George III silver salt cellars, by Burwash and Sibley, London 1810, circular form, gadroon border, on circular pedestal bases, diameter 9.2cm, approx. weight 12.3oz. (2) £300-400


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1276. A William III silver two-handled porringer, by William Denney, London 1701, circular form, fluted decoration, scroll handles, with an oval cartouche with scroll mantling, initialled, ‘B’ over ‘LC’, the reverse with a later presentation inscription, on a circular fluted foot, the underside scratch initialled ‘LB’, height 14cm, approx. weight 19.5oz. £350-400

1277. A George I silver mug, by Richard Bayley, London 1723, baluster form, scroll handle, engraved with a cipher within foliate mantling, on a circular foot, height 11.5cm, approx. weight 11oz. £800-1,200

1278. A George II silver waiter, by John Tuite, London 1730, circular form, moulded border, the centre with a widow’s lozenge within foliate mantling, on three hoof feet, diameter 14.8cm, approx. weight 7.5oz. £150-200 The arms are those of Crow of Brastead, and of Cockeine.

1279. A George I silver mug, maker’s mark worn, London 1718, tapering circular form, scroll handle, initialled, on a circular foot, height 9.5cm, approx. weight 7oz. £300-400

1280. A rare George I provincial silver teapot, by John Carnaby, Newcastle 1721, octagonal baluster form, scroll handle, octagonal domed cover with a knop finial, tapering faceted spout, length handle to spout 20cm, approx. weight 12oz. £2,000-3,000

1281. A George I silver mug, by Richard Bayley, London 1724, baluster form, scroll handle, engraved with crest within foliate mantling, on a circular foot, height 10.4cm, approx. weight 9.6oz. £700-900

Provenance: purchased from Lyon and Turnbull, Silver and Jewellery, 10 July 2013, lot 919.

The arms are those of Hatton, Comyn, Field, Baron or Hill.

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1282. An Edwardian Art Nouveau silver bowl, by the Barker Brothers, Chester 1909, circular form, with three bifurcated sinuous scroll handles, spothammered decoration, on a raised circular foot, diameter of bowl 21.5cm, approx. weight 50.6oz. £800-1,200

1283. An Edwardian silver oil and vinegar stand, by Catchpole and Williams Limited, London 1903, oval form, part-fluted decoration, ribbon and reed borders, wirework frames, on four paw feet, with two silver-mounted glass oil and vinegar bottles, one by Sebastian Garrard, the other by Charles Stuart Harris, length 30.2cm, approx. weight 31.8oz. £300-400

1284. An 18th century silver tea urn, apparently unmarked, circa 1760-70, baluster form, embossed trailing grapevine and fluted decoration, oval beaded side handles, pull-off cover, on three pierced scroll feet, engraved with an armorial, the tap with a wooden handle, height 54cm, approx. weight 70oz. £600-800

1285. A pair of early-Victorian silver wine coasters, by Howard and Hawksworth, Sheffield 1838, circular form, pierced and embossed trailing vine and grape decoration, turned wooden bases with crested silver buttons, diameter 14.3cm. (2) £600-800

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1286 1286. A matched set of set of four George II / III cast silver candlesticks, one pair by Parker and Wakelin, London 1764, one London 1758, by Edward Wakelin, also with maker’s mark of Parker and Wakelin, and one with maker’s mark only, Corinthian column form, pierced capitals, removable drip pans, fluted columns, on raised square bases with gadroon borders and sun rays and clouds, numbered 1-4, and each with a scratch weight, height 30.5cm, approx. weight 73oz. (4) £4,000-6,000 Provenance: Christie’s South Kensington, The Bonsack Collection and the Property of a Gentleman, 14 February 1996, lot 58.

1287. A late-Victorian silver two-handled cup and cover, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1898, in the early 18th century manner, circular form, central girdle above cut-card decoration with masks, leaf capped scroll handles, the pulloff cover with cut-card decoration and a knop finial, on a circular foot, later metal liner, height 34cm, approx. weight 70oz. £800-1,200 1287

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1288. A George II silver coffee pot, by William Shaw & William Priest, London 1749, tapering circular form, scroll handle and a scroll spout, domed hinged cover with a knop finial, on a raised circular foot, height 24.5cm, approx. weight 24.7oz. £800-1,200

1289. A George II silver coffee pot, by John Swift, marks lost in decoration, tapering circular form, later chased foliate scroll decoration, scroll handle domed cover with a knop finial, with two cartouches, one initialled, height 20.5cm, approx. weight 19.9oz. £700-900

1290. A George III silver coffee pot, by Edward Fernell, London 1780, baluster form, scroll handle, scroll and leaf capped spout, domed hinged cover with an urn finial, beaded borders, on a raised circular foot, height 31cm, approx. weight 30oz. £800-1,200

1291. A George II silver small coffee pot, maker’s mark possibly JP, London 1746, tapering circular form, scroll handle, scroll spout, raised cover with a knop finial, height 19cm, approx. weight 14oz. £600-800

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1292. A pair of George III silver candlesticks, by Smith, Tate and Co, Sheffield 1814, the drip pans 1815, tapering circular form, part-fluted decoration, campana capitals with foliate decoration, on raised circular base with a foliate and shell border, engraved with a crest, height 31.7cm. (2) £800-1,200 The crest is that of Sharp, of Durham, Lancashire, within a buckled strap inscribed with the motto of the French Order of St. Louis, for military valour.

1294. An Edwardian silver three-handled bowl, by The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1904, circular form, punch bead border, on three mythical dolphin feet, the tails forming scroll handles, diameter 25.8cm, approx. weight 50.5oz. £600-800

1293. A five-piece silver tea and coffee set, by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1915, tapering circular form, rosewood scroll handles with cut-card decoration, central girdles, on circular bases, with a pair of electroplated sugar tongs, height of coffee pot 27cm, approx. weight 86oz. (6) £700-900

1295. A George III silver four-light candelabrum, by Matthew Boulton, Birmingham 1809, the inside of the capitals with maker’s mark TM, fluted knopped stem, with a central capital and three fluted scroll arms each supporting a capital, on a raised circular base with a gadroon borders, height 34.5cm, approx. weight of branch 80oz. £1,000-1,500

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1296. A George III silver salver, by Ebenezer Coker, London 1762, circular form, shell and gadroon border, the centre engraved with an armorial within foliate mantling, on four claw and ball feet, diameter 41.2cm, approx. weight 60oz. £1,000-1,500

1297. A George III silver entrée dish and cover, by William Frisbee, London 1805, shaped rectangular form, reeded border, the pull-off cover engraved with two armorials and with a handle modelled as bishop’s mitre, length 25.5cm, approx. weight 44.5oz. £800-1,200

The arms are those of Stavely of Yorkshire impaled by another.

1298. A George III silver salver, by Robert Rew or Richard Rugg, London 1762, circular form, shell and scroll border, the centre engraved with an armorial and motto within foliate mantling, on three paw feet, diameter 30.8cm, approx. weight 31.5oz. (2) £700-900 The arms are those of Vernon of Hanbury, Worcestershire, impaling Whalley.

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1299. A George III silver six-section cheese warming dish, by Thomas Robinson, London 1809, rectangular form, gadroon borders, the hinged cover with fluted decoration, and fluted urn and ball finial, turned wooden baluster handle with a chain, and with a hinged water compartment, the interior fitted with six rectangular dishes, engraved with a crest, length 23.2cm, approx. weight 58oz. £1,000-1,500 The crest is that of Bromwich, Carrington, How, Marden, Perkins and other families.


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1300. An Early Victorian silver bowl, by Paul Storr, London 1838, circular lobed form, chased foliate decoration, scroll, shell and foliate border, gilded bowl, on three acorn leaf scroll feet, diameter 21.5cm, approx. weight 17oz. £1,000-1,500

1301. A set of four William IV silver dinner plates, by Paul Storr, London 1834, circular form, gadroon borders, the underside stamped ‘STORR and MORTIMER 290’, diameter 28.4cm, approx. weight 98oz. (4) £3,000-4,000

1302. A George III silver salver, by Paul Storr, London 1814, circular form, gadroon and shell border, the centre engraved with an armorial, on three foliate bracket feet, diameter 20.5cm, approx. weight 14.9oz. £1,500-2,000

1303. A pair of George IV silver baskets, by Robert Hennell, London 1827, tapering circular form, pierced wirework body, foliate border, on three foliate shell bracket feet, the underside initialled ‘E.A’ over ‘FS’, diameter 25.2cm, approx. weight 46oz. (2) £1,000-1,500

Provenance: Fine Silver, Bonhams, New Bond Street, 22 November 2006, lot 152. The arms are those of Parker impaling Popham of Linton.

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1304. A George II silver coffee pot, by John Swift, London 1733, tapering circular form, scroll handle, faceted spout, the slightly domed cover with a baluster finial, the side engraved with a cipher, the underside of the base scratch initialled ‘M*B’ over ‘R*M’, height 12.3cm, approx. weight 24oz. £1,500-2,000 Provenance: Christie’s, King Street, Fine Silver, 7th March 1990, lot 161.

1305. A George II silver coffee pot, by Charles Frederick Kandler, London 1728, ribbed and fluted baluster form, engraved with masks, strap work and trellis decoration and with a lion’s head, leaf capped scroll handle, the spout with scroll motifs, the domed cover with an acorn finial, on a circular foot, engraved with a widow’s lozenge, height 25cm, approx. weight 35.2oz. £2,000-3,000 Provenance: Sotheby’s, New Bond Street, Fine Silver, 24th October 1985, lot 392. The widow’s arms are those Strode, originally of Parham, Dorset impaling Belton.

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1306. A George II silver cup and cover, by William Tuite, London 1758, circular form, leaf capped scroll handles, the domed pull-off cover with a gadroon border and foliate finial, central girdle, on a raised circular foot, engraved with an armorial, height 34cm, approx. weight 67.5oz. £1,000-1,500

1307. A Victorian silver kettle on stand, by Hayne and Cater, London 1844, octagonal baluster form, engraved foliate scroll decoration, central hinged handle with ivory insulators, the stand of shaped square form, engraved decoration, scroll borders, the burner of tapering circular form, on four scroll legs terminating in oval bases, height approx. weight 89oz. £1,200-1,500

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1308. A set of four George III silver wine coasters, by Robert Hennell, London 1784, shallow circular form, engraved foliate decoration, beaded borders, turned wooden bases, diameter 12cm. (4) £600-800

1309. A three-piece Victorian silver tea set, by Robert Harper, London 1858, baluster form, heavy foliate scroll decoration, scroll handles, the teapot with a foliate finial, on four bracket feet, length handle to spout 26cm, approx. weight 45oz. (3) £500-700

1310. A pair of George II cast silver candlesticks, by Charles Sprage, London 1736, knopped stems, spool-shaped capitals, on shaped square bases, engraved with a crest, height 16.5cm, approx. weight 25oz. (2) £1,500-2,000

1311. A silver rose bowl, by Hammond, Creake & Co., Sheffield 1925, octagonal form, on a raised octagonal foot, gadroon border, with a presentation inscription, height 14.5cm, approx. weight 24.3oz. £200-300

1312. A George III silver teapot, by Paul Storr, London 1792/93, plain oval tapering form, scroll handle, tapering straight spout, flush-hinged slightly domed cover with a knop finial, length handle to spout 28.2cm, approx. weight 15.8oz.

1313. A George III silver teapot, by William Vincent, London 1786, shaped oval form, bright-cut decoration, scroll handle, flush-hinged domed cover with a knop finial, with two vacant cartouches, length handle to spout 27.5cm, approx. weight 14oz. £250-300

Paul Storr registered this mark on the 12 January 1793. £700-900

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1314. A George IV silver eight bottle cruet frame, by William Elliott, London 1820/1, rectangular form, reeded wire-work frame, central foliate scroll carrying handle, gadroon and foliate shell borders, one four foliate bracket paw feet, with four silver-mounted cut glass condiment bottles, and four cut glass condiment bottles, plus a mustard spoon, height 22.5cm, approx. weight 20oz. £300-400

1315. A pair of George III silver two-handled sugar vases and covers, by William Tuite, London 1759, baluster form, foliate and fluted decoration, scroll side handles, domed covers with a gadroon border and large bird finial, engraved with an armorial and a crest, on raised circular bases, height 21cm, approx. weight 26oz. (2) £700-900

1316. A George III silver six-egg cruet frame, by John Terrey, London 1818, two later egg cups by Thomas Ross, London 1823, shaped rectangular wire-work form, with gadroon borders, central scroll handle, with six egg-cups, of circular form with gilt interior on raised circular foot, length 20.5cm, approx. weight 23.8oz. £650-850

1317. A late-Victorian presentation silver punch bowl, by The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1899, circular form, part-fluted decoration, with a presentation inscription, on a circular foot, on an ebonised stand, diameter 35.5cm, approx. weight 58oz. (2) £1,000-1,500

1318. A George IV silver two-handled souffle dish, by John Wrangham and William Moulson, London 1824, circular form, drop-ring handles, on four bun feet, engraved with an armorial and with an electroplated liner, diameter 17.5cm, approx. weight 15.5oz. £400-600 The arms are those of Ellis quatering Hervy, Felton, Howard and Warrenne, for Lt Col. the Hon Augustus Frederick Ellis, (1800-1851), MP, who was created Baron Seaford of Seaford in 1826.

1319. A four-piece Victorian silver tea set, by The Barnards, London 1853, baluster form, embossed foliate scroll decoration, leaf capped scroll handles with ivory insulators, domed covers with foliate finials, on four scroll feet, height of coffee pot 25.5cm, approx. weight 79.5oz. (4) £1,000-1,500

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1320. A George III silver tea urn, by Andrew Fogelburg, London 1774, urn form, with two foliate scroll handles issuing from rams’ heads, beaded borders, the spout modelled as the head of a snake, with the snake’s body twisting around the urn, pull-off cover with a cone finial, on a raised detachable circular base on a square foot with a Greek key border, on four bun feet, with an ivory tap, with an erased cartouche with foliate mantling, height approx. weight 122oz. £4,000-6,000

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1321. A large George II silver beer jug, by John Swift, London 1736, baluster form, central girdle, leaf capped scroll handle, domed hinged cover with a removable pin, pierced thumb-piece and knop finial, on a raised circular foot, the front engraved with an armorial with a mask and foliate mantling, on a raised circular base, with traces of gilding, height 32.5cm, approx. weight 59oz. ÂŁ6,000-8,000

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1322. A fine Victorian presentation silver centrepiece, by John Samuel Hunt, overstamping another maker, London 1851, modelled as a lady falconer seated on a horse, holding her falcon in her left hand about to let it fly and holding the falcon’s hood in her right hand, beside her a standing cadger looks on carrying his padded wooden cadge frame mounted with three falcons, at the horse’s feet lies a dead heron, on a raised rocky base, mounted on a lack wooden base, the front and back applied with the Dutch Royalm Coat of Arms, and applied ‘LOO CHALLENGE CUP 1851’, the other end applied ‘CHALLENGE CUP GIVEN BY HM THE KING OF THE NETEHRLANDS TO BE WON TWO YEARS IN SUCCESSION BY THE SAME PERSON WON IN 1851 AND 1852, BY MR STIRLING CRAWFURD’S DARKIE’, height of figures 52.5cm, total height 71cm, approx. weight 176oz. £15,000-25,000 Provenance: William Stuart Sterling Crawfurd and then by descent to the present owner. William Stuart Stirling Crawfurd (1819-1887) was passionate about racing. His great step niece The Baroness of Kilbridge Helen Constance Stuart Stevenson, wrote in her book titled ‘Helen Is My Name’: ‘Uncle Crawfurd, having such good race horses, was one of the young men asked by King William of the Netherlands to bring his horses to race privately at Loo racecourse at Dorn in Holland. King William was much interested in the breeding and racing of horses and had his own club. It was called the hawking club and in spite of my extensive inquiries here and in Holland the origin of the name is a mystery. All racing trophies bore some representation to the art of hawking.’

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A PRIVATE COLLECTION OF SNUFF BOXES & BONBONNIÈRES Tuesday 25th April 2017

ENQUIRIES Rupert Slingsby | Tel: +44 (0)1722 424501 | rs@woolleyandwallis.co.uk Lucy Chalmers | Tel: +44 (0)1722 424594 | lc@woolleyandwallis.co.uk


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FINE JEWELLERY

Thursday 27th April 2017

A George III gem-set gold rivière necklace. Estimate: £25,000 - £35,000

ENQUIRIES Jonathan Edwards | Tel: +44 (0)1722 424504 | je@woolleyandwallis.co.uk Marielle Whiting | Tel: +44 (0)1722 424595 | mw@woolleyandwallis.co.uk


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Auction Information OPENING HOURS Monday to Friday 9am – 5.30pm and 10am to 1pm on Saturdays. VIEWING All our auctions are on view at least two days prior to the sale and details will be found in the relevant catalogues. BIDDING IN THE ROOM To bid at auction you will need a paddle number. This can be obtained from the office either during the view or on the day of the sale. We now provide permanent paddle numbers which can be used for any future sale, once registered. REGISTERING WITH US All first time buyers need to register with us. Once registration is complete you will be provided with a permanent paddle number which can be used in all future sales. To register, you will need to provide two forms of identification: 1. a passport or photographic driving licence 2. a utility bill or document showing your name and address You can register in person or by contacting the office on 01722 424500 or emailing enquiries@woolleyandwallis.co.uk You will be asked to show your documents, or fax or email copies. PLEASE NOTE: Registering with the-saleroom.com or through our website does not automatically register you with us. COMMISSION BIDDING If you are unable to attend the sale you can leave a commission bid. This will be executed on your behalf by the auctioneer who will purchase the lot as cheaply as possible bearing in mind any reserve price and other bids.

LIVE ONLINE BIDDING Live online bidding is now available for most of our auctions via the-saleroom.com, enabling you to take part in the bidding from anywhere in the world, live as it happens. To bid online you need to register at www.the-saleroom.com, subject to approval. There is a 3% + VAT charge for this service. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Woolley and Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd, you: 1. authorise Woolley and Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via thesaleroom.com, and 2. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Woolley and Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Woolley and Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd are entitled to permit the shipping of the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale. CONDITION REPORTS The relevant department will be pleased to give condition reports on any lot, where practical. All weights and measures given in the catalogue should be regarded as approximate. The colours printed in the catalogue are not necessarily true. SALE RESULTS These will be posted on our website shortly after the sale. PACKING AND SHIPPING Woolley & Wallis do not offer a packing and despatch service but the following are carriers in our area. Alban Shipping

01582 493 099 info@albanshipping.co.uk www.albanshipping.co.uk

Mailboxes

01264 360 333 info@mbeandover.co.uk www.mbe.co.uk/andover

Pack & Send

0845 465 0564 sales@packsend.co.uk www.packsend.co.uk

TELEPHONE BIDDING It is usually possible to bid on the telephone by prior arrangement with the office. BUYER’S PREMIUM Each lot is subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 26.4% inclusive of VAT on the first £500,000 of the hammer price and 14.4% inclusive of VAT thereafter.

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PAYMENT AND CLEARANCE Payment is due immediately after the auction in pounds sterling. If you are a first time buyer we will need your name, address and bank details and will require funds to be cleared before purchases can be released.

CITES REGULATIONS Please note that lots marked  may be subject to CITES Regulations when exported.

The following methods of payment may be made:

ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHT / DROIT DE SUITE Lots marked with a ‡ symbol are potentially subject to a levy.

Bankers draft, cashiers cheque, personal cheque, travellers cheques, debit and credit cards and cash up to a sterling equivalent of 15,000. We are no longer able to accept card payments of over £1,000 where the card-holder is not present. Wire transfers should be sent to: Lloyds Bank plc, Blue Boar Row, Salisbury SP1 1DB. Account no. 00957707 Sort code 30-97-41 IBAN no. GB20LOYD30974100957707 BIC code LOYDGB21063 Credit cards: Visa or Mastercard for which there is a 2% surcharge + VAT

The CITES Regulations may be found at www.defra.gov.uk/ahvla-en/imports-exports/cites/

Droit de Suite is a royalty payable to a qualifying artist or the artist’s heirs each time a work is resold during the artist’s lifetime and up to a period of 70 years after the artist’s death. Royalties are calculated on a sliding percentage scale based on the hammer price excluding the buyer’s premium. The royalty does not apply to lots selling below the sterling equivalent of 1,000 and the maximum royalty payable on any single lot is the sterling equivalent of 12,500.

Debit cards: Delta, Switch, Connect

Droit de Suite, which is not subject to VAT, will be added to the buyer’s purchase price and then passed on to the relevant collecting agency.

Where practical, payment can be made and purchases collected during the auction.

Please enquire for the accepted exchange rate on the day of the sale.

Please note that furniture and clock lots will normally remain in our salerooms for three working days following each sale, after which they will be removed to our store and arrangements for collection must be made in advance with the office.

Royalties for Droit de Suite are as follows:

Storage charges will be levied on all lots in the furniture and works of art and clock sales not collected within 30 calendar days of the sale. This will include a handling fee of £20 (+ VAT) per consignment and a storage charge of £2 (+ VAT) per lot per day. No goods will be allowed to be collected until these charges have been paid. LOT SYMBOLS VAT Lots marked with an dagger (†) are subject to VAT on the hammer price. Lots marked with an omega () have been temporarily imported from outside the EU and are subject to VAT at 5% on the hammer price and the buyer’s premium. In online catalogues, the Sales Tax % column indicates the rate of VAT on hammer price.

4% Up to 50,000 3% 50,000.01 - 200,000 1% 200,000.01 - 350,000 0.5% 350,000.01 - 500,000 0.25% In excess of 500,000 Up to a maximum levy of 12,500 FIREARMS Lots marked Ƒ in the catalogue are subject to the UK firearms/shotgun licencing regime, and may only be viewed and/or purchased by individuals with appropriate licences. Such lots are offered on an auctioneer’s permit, and must be collected prior to the expiry thereof. For further information, please contact Ned Cowell.


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SOCIETY OF FINE ART AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS and the ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CHARTERED SURVEYORS CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION FOR BUYERS 1. Introduction. The following informative notes are intended to assist Buyers, particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All sales are conducted on our printed Conditions of Sale which are readily available for inspection and normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything you do not fully understand. 2. Agency. As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly if you buy your primary contract is with the seller. 3. Estimates. Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price and certainly will not be below it. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive. 4. The purchase price. The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 26.4% inclusive of VAT on the first £500,000 and 14.4% thereafter inclusive of VAT at the appropriate rate. 5. VAT. (*) indicates that VAT at the current standard rate is payable by the purchaser on the hammer price as well as being an element in the buyer’s premium. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme or because VAT is due at 20% on importation into the UK. The double symbol (**) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union and the present position is that these lots are liable to a reduced rate of VAT (5%) on the gross lot price (i.e. both the hammer price and the buyer’s premium). Lots which appear without either of the above symbols indicate that no VAT is payable on the hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and it should be noted that the VAT included within the Premium is not recoverable as input tax. 6. We are, primarily, agents for the seller. We are dependent on information provided by the seller and whilst we may inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them we are normally unable to carry out a detailed or any examination of lots in order to ascertain their condition in the way in which it would be wise for a buyer to do. Intending buyers have ample opportunity for inspection of goods and, therefore, accept responsibility for inspecting and investigating lots in which they may be interested. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale. Neither the seller nor we, as the auctioneers, accept any responsibility for their condition. In particular, mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. However, in so far as we have examined the goods and make a representation about their condition, we shall be liable for any defect which that examination ought to have revealed to the auctioneer but which would not have been revealed to the buyer had the buyer examined the goods. Additionally, in specified circumstances lots misdescribed because they are ‘deliberate forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 3 week time limit. (The expression ‘deliberate forgery’ is defined in our Conditions of Sale). 7. Electrical goods. These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first. 8. Export of goods. Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required for the goods to leave the U.K. and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing the goods in question into the destination country because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Charges may be applicable for export licences. Ask us if you need help. The denial of any permit or licence shall not justify cancellation or rescission of the sale contract or any delay in payment. 9. Bidding. Bidders will be required to register before the sale commences and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. Some form of identification will be required if you are unknown to us. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone bidding. 10. Commission bidding. Commission bids may be left with the auctioneers indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyers’ premium. They will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first bid received. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by telephone or fax. 11. Methods of Payment. As a general rule any cheques tendered will need to be cleared before removal of the goods is permitted. Please discuss with our Office in advance of the sale if other methods of payment are envisaged (except cash).

12. Collection and storage. Please note what the Conditions of Sale state about collection and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and collected promptly. Any delay may involve the buyer in paying storage charges.

TERMS OF CONSIGNMENT FOR SELLERS 1. Interpretation. In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to the Seller and if the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent we assume that the Seller has authorised the consignment and that the consignor has the Seller’s authority to contract. Similarly the words ‘we’, ‘us’, etc. refer to the Auctioneers. 2. Commission is charged to sellers at the following rates: 15% + VAT on each lot sold for up to £999, 10% + VAT on each lot realising £1,000 and above. 3. Removal costs. Items for sale must be consigned to the sale room by any stated deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process but any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges is solely your responsibility. 4. Loss and damage waiver. We are not regulated by the FSA for the provision of insurance to clients. However, we for our own protection assume liability for property consigned to us at lower pre-sale estimate. To justify accepting liability, we make a charge of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT or, if unsold, our mid estimate of the hammer price. If the owner of goods consigned instructs us in writing not to take such action, they then remain at owner’s risk unless and until the property in them passes to the Buyer or they are collected by or on behalf of the owner, and clause 4 is inapplicable. 5. Illustrations. The cost of any illustrations is borne by you. If we consider that the lot should be illustrated your permission will usually be asked first. The copyright in respect of such illustrations shall be the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the text of the catalogue. 6. Minimum bids and our discretion. Goods may be offered subject to a reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 7. 7. We may sell lots below the reserve provided we account to you for the same sale proceeds as you would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. If you specifically give us ‘discretion’ we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the formal reserve. . Reserves. (a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject to an unreasonably high reserve (in which case goods carry the storage and insurance charges stipulated in these Terms of Consignment). (b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our consent. (c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally. 8. Electrical items. These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where such items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of testing by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an electrician (unless antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on your being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. 9. Soft furnishings. The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will not be offered and must be removed at your expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. The rights of disposal referred to in clause 8 and 9 are subject to the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977, Schedule 1, a copy of which is available for inspection on request. 10. Descriptions. Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the accuracy of descriptions under modern consumer legislation and in some circumstances responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have approved the catalogue description of your lots unless informed to the contrary. Where we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a deliberate forgery under Condition 15 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds. The liability to reimburse the sale proceeds shall not arise where you are acting reasonably and honestly and are unaware of the forgery but we are or ought to have been aware of it.


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11. Unsold and withdrawn items. If an item is unsold it may with your consent be re-offered at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you must collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. Otherwise, storage charges may be incurred. We reserve the right to charge for storage in these circumstances at a reasonable daily rate. 12. Withdrawn and bought in items. These are liable to incur a charge of up to 10% plus VAT of the reserve or low estimate on being bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued. 13. Conditions of Sale. You agree that all goods will be sold on our Conditions of Sale. In particular you undertake that you have the right to sell the goods either as owner or agent for the owner. You undertake to compensate us and any buyer or third party for all losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of this undertaking. 14. Authority to deduct commission and expenses and retain premium and interest. (a) You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses incurred for your account from the hammer price and consent to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the buyer in accordance with our Conditions of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. (b) You authorise us in our discretion to negotiate a sale by private treaty not later than the close of business on the day of the sale in the case of lots unsold at auction, in which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these terms apply. 15. Warehousing. We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom without sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make minimum warehousing charge of £2 per lot per day. Unsold lots are subject to the same charges if you do not remove them within a reasonable time of notification. If not removed within three weeks we reserve the right to sell them and defray charges from any net proceeds of sale or at your expense to consign them to the local authority for disposal. 16. Settlement. Subject to our normal trading conditions, payment will be made by BACS or cheque four weeks after the sale unless the buyer has not paid for the goods. In this case no settlement will then be made but we will take your instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale. You authorise any sums owed by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale proceeds. You must note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in Condition 10 above. You should therefore bear this potential liability in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale until the expiry of 28 days from the date of sale.

CONDITIONS OF SALE Woolley & Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) ‘auctioneer’ means Woolley & Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) ‘deliberate forgery’ means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) ‘hammer price’ means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) ‘terms of consignment’ means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Woolley & Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) ‘total amount due’ means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) ‘sale proceeds’ means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising. (g) ‘‘You’, ‘Your’, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (d) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. 3. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The Buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 22% on the first £500,000 and 12% thereafter + VAT at the appropriate rate. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant lots. (Please refer to ‘Information for Buyers’ for a brief explanation of the VAT position). 6. PAYMENT (a) Immediately a lot is sold you will: (i) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (ii) pay to us the total amount due in pounds sterling (b) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (a) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. (b) You shall at your own risk and expense COLLECT any lots that you have purchased and paid for from our premises not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment (IF LATER) after which you shall be responsible for any COLLECTION, storage and insurance charges. (c) No purchase MAY be COLLECTED AND WE SHALL NOT RELEASE ANY LOT TO YOU OR YOUR AGENT until it has been paid for. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (a) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (i) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (ii) to rescind the sale of that lot and/or any other lots sold by us to you; (iii) to resell the lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (iv) to remove, store and insure the lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (v) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (vi) to retain that or any other lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (vii) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (viii) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (b) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions 9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.


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10. COMMISSION BIDS Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition, we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the lot. 14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (a) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 ‘information to buyers’. (b) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale.

PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, ENGRAVINGS AND PRINTS In accordance with long standing practice in Fine Art Sale Rooms certain terms used in descriptions in the Catalogue have the meanings ascribed to them in the glossary below. Glossary Any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, age, provenance and condition is a statement of opinion and is not to be taken as a statement of fact. The Company reserves the right, in forming their opinion, to consult and rely upon any expect or authority considered by them to be reliable. (a) Edward Lear: In our opinion a work by the artist. (When the artist’s forename(s) is not known, a series of asterisks, followed by the surname of the artist, whether preceded by an initial or not, indicates that in our opinion the work is by the artist named. (b) Attributed to Edward Lear: In our opinion probably a work by the artist but less certainly as to authorship is expressed than in the preceding category. (c) Studio of Edward Lear: In our opinion a work by an unknown hand in the studio of the artist which may be or may not have been executed under the artist’s direction. (d) Circle of Edward Lear: In our opinion a work by an as yet unidentified but distinct hand, closely associated with the named artist but not necessarily his pupil. (e) Style of ...; Follower of Edward Lear: In our opinion a work by a painter working in the artist’s style, contemporary or nearly contemporary, but not necessarily his pupil. (f) Manner of Edward Lear: In our opinion a work in the style of the artist and of a later date. (g) After Edward Lear: In our opinion a copy of a known work of the artist. (h) The term signed and/or dated and/or inscribed means that in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription are from the hand of the artist. (i) The term bears a signature and/or date and/or inscription means that in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription have been added by another hand. (j) Dimensions are given height before width. (k) Pictures are framed unless otherwise stated.

BOOK AUCTIONS If, on collation, any named item in this catalogue proves defective in text or illustration, the lot may be returned within 14 days of the sale with the defects stated in writing. This proviso shall not apply to defects stated in the catalogue or announced at the time of sale; nor to the absence of blanks, half titles, tissue guards or advertisements, damage in respect of bindings, stains, spotting, marginal tears or other defects not affecting completeness of text or illustration; nor to drawings, autographs, letters or manuscripts, signed photographs, music, atlases, maps or periodicals; nor to books not identified by title; nor to books sold not subject to return.

GENERAL 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17. (a) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (b) Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing in the catalogue. 20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect.

ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHT / DROIT DE SUITE

21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.

Lots marked with a ‡ symbol are potentially subject to the levy.

Droit de Suite is a royalty payable to a qualifying artist or the artist’s heirs each time a work is resold during the artist’s lifetime and up to a period of 70 years after the artist’s death. Royalties are calculated on a sliding percentage scale based on the hammer price excluding the buyer’s premium. The royalty does not apply to lots selling below the sterling equivalent of 1,000 and the maximum royalty payable on any single lot is the sterling equivalent of 12,500. Droit de Suite, which is not subject to VAT, will be added to the buyer’s purchase price and then passed on to the relevant collecting agency by the auctioneer. Please enquire for the accepted exchange rate on the day of the sale. Royalties for Droit de Suite are as follows: 4% Up to 50,000 3% 50,000.01 - 200,000 1% 200,000.01 - 350,000 0.5% 350,000.01 - 500,000 0.25% In excess of 500,000 Up to a maximum levy of 12,500


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Valuations PROBATE VALUATIONS We offer a speedy and professional service for executors and trustees and provide bound valuations for probate and duplicate copies when required. Since security is often a consideration, we can usually arrange for a house to be cleared and sent for auction, our Valuations Department ensures that executors are informed of which sales are involved and the results thereof.

Valuations are a core part of our business and are usually carried out by a senior specialist or directors. Accuracy, speed and above all confidentiality are paramount. INSURANCE VALUATIONS Written valuations for insurance can vary from a single item to a large estate. Before starting we discuss the various options available so that the valuation is specifically tailored to individual client’s needs.

We also carry out valuations for Family Division, Capital Gains Tax, and Private Treaty Sales.

For valuations of an entire house contents an itemised bound valuation is produced and can be accompanied by photographs when required. In addition to providing an inventory, written valuations can prevent painful arguments with a loss adjuster in the event of a claim.

Contact Amanda Lawrence 01722 424509 FREE AUCTION VALUATIONS Free verbal valuations of items for sale are available at our Castle Street salerooms. Please telephone the relevant specialist or call our office on 01722 424500.

Woolley & Wallis valuations are accepted by all leading insurance companies.

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Auction Calendar PAINTINGS 7th June 2017 – Modern British & 20th Century Art Victor Fauvelle +44 (0) 1722 424503 • vf@woolleyandwallis.co.uk Jo Butler +44 (0) 1722 424592 • jb@woolleyandwallis.co.uk ARMS & ARMOUR, MEDALS & COINS AND MILITARIA 28th March 2017 22nd November 2017 Ned Cowell +44 (0) 1722 341469 • nc@woolleyandwallis.co.uk 20TH CENTURY DESIGN 29th March 2017 – Clarice Cliff, Art Deco & Design 21st June 2017 – Arts & Crafts 22nd June 2017 – A Private Collection of Burmantofts Pottery Michael Jeffery +44 (0) 1722 424505 • mj@woolleyandwallis.co.uk FURNITURE, WORKS OF ART & CLOCKS 12th April 2017 5th July 2017 Mark Richards +44 (0) 1722 411854 • mr@woolleyandwallis.co.uk SILVER 25th & 26th April 2017 – Fine Silver & Vertu Including A Private Collection of Snuff Boxes and Bonbonnières 18th & 19th July 2017 – Silver & Vertu Rupert Slingsby +44 (0) 1722 424501 • rs@woolleyandwallis.co.uk Lucy Chalmers +44 (0) 1722 424594 • lc@woolleyandwallis.co.uk JEWELLERY 27th April 2017 – Fine Jewellery 20th July 2017 – Jewellery & Watches Jonathan Edwards +44 (0) 1722 424504 • je@woolleyandwallis.co.uk Marielle Whiting +44 (0) 1722 424595 • mw@woolleyandwallis.co.uk ASIAN ART 16th May 2017 John Axford +44 (0) 1722 424506 • jea@woolleyandwallis.co.uk ENGLISH & EUROPEAN CERAMICS & GLASS 23rd May 2017 Clare Durham +44 (0) 1722 424507 • cd@woolleyandwallis.co.uk TRIBAL ART & ANTIQUITIES 20th September 2017 Will Hobbs +44 (0) 1722 339752 • wh@woolleyandwallis.co.uk


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Fine Silver & Vertu | Tuesday 25th & Wednesday 26th April 2017