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Mallams 1788

Jewellery & Silver Wednesday 29 March 2017 OXFORD


Chinese & Japanese Art Wednesday 26th & Thursday 27th April 2017

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Mallams 1788


Mallams 1788

Jewellery & Silver Wednesday 29 March 2017 at 11am Oxford Viewing Saturday 25 March 9am – 1pm Monday 27 and Tuesday 28 March 9am – 5pm And the morning of the sale

Auction Mallams Auctioneers Bocardo House 24a St. Michael’s Street Oxford OX1 2EB Condition Reports oxford2@mallams.co.uk

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Enquiries Jewellery & Watches Louise Dennis FGA DGA louise.dennis@mallams.co.uk Silver Benjamin Fitzmaurice oxford@mallams.co.uk Alicia Rogers alicia.rogers@mallams.co.uk

Front cover – Lot 128 Back cover – Lot 516


Mallams 1788

Order of Sale

Jewellery & Silver Wednesday 29 March 2017 at 11am Oxford

Jewellery

1 - 324

Watches

325 - 367

Silver

400 - 631

Condition Reports and Images: oxford2@mallams.co.uk Important notice: Buyer’s premium 24% inclusive of VAT on each lot Lots purchased via saleroom.com will incur an additional charge of 3% plus VAT Credit card fees where applicable are 2.28% inclusive of VAT Please note that condition reports are not printed in the catalogue or on our website. However, we are happy to provide them when requested, subject to our terms and conditions of sale. The absence of any reference to condition in any description does not imply the lot is without fault.


JEWELLERY & WATCHES Lots 1 - 367


1. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a 19th century shell cameo brooch, carved to depict a classical male portrait profile, a later shell cameo pendant, a 9ct gold and gem set hand brooch, a green paste set brooch, and a 9ct gold ropetwist-link chain, first brooch length 2.3cm (5) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

11. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a Victorian half pearl and gem set dress ring, with scroll decorated hoop, 15ct gold mounted, a gem set panel brooch, stamped ‘9ct’, two seed pearl set bar brooches, and a Schweppes bottle charm, (pearls untested for origin), ring size O (5) also illustrated on page 17 £150-250 (plus 24% BP*)

2. A 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL PIQUÉ WORK BRACELET, comprising a line of circular tortoiseshell panels, each inlaid with a gold star motif and framed by a beaded border, length approximately 17cm £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

12. A SCARAB RING, the yellow precious metal mount stamped ‘SH 22ct’, ring size O £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

3. A 19TH CENTURY QUARTZ PENDANT/BROOCH, of lozenge-shaped form, the oval and circular mixed-cut quartz in pink foiled closed-back settings, to a cannetille mount of scrolls, beads and shells, below a ropetwist loop, (pin fitting replaced), suspended from a later fancy-link chain stamped ‘9ct’, together with a further pendant, modelled as a buckle, highlighted with garnets and seed pearls, (later fitting, pearls untested for origin), first pendant length 4.1cm (2) also illustrated on page 11 £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 4. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN GARNET SET DROPS, each oval panel applied with ropetwist wirework decoration and centred with an oval cabochon garnet in closed-back setting, surmounted by a ribbon bow and suspending a graduated fringe below, later adapted with brooch and pendant fittings, length 5.4cm (2) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 5. A LAVA CAMEO BRACELET AND A CAMEO PENDANT, the bracelet set with six vari-coloured oval lava cameos, each depicting a classical portrait profile, together with a conch shell cameo pendant, carved to depict a bacchante, bracelet length 18cm (2) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 6. A VICTORIAN SHELL CAMEO PENDANT, the oval shell cameo carved to depict the profile of Demetre, the Greek goddess of Agriculture, with a crown of wheatsheaves in her hair, to a bead and ropetwist wirework decorated mount, stamped ‘9ct’, length 5.3cm £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 7. A 19TH CENTURY SUITE OF CORAL JEWELLERY, comprising a pendant designed as a flowerhead cluster of carved coral corallium rubrum petals, surmounted by textured foliage and further carved coral flowerheads, together with ear pendants of conforming design, in fitted case, pendant length 5.2cm £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 8. A COLLECTION OF BROOCHES, comprising a diamond and gem set crescent brooch (three stones deficient), a diamond and gem set lizard brooch/pendant (pin fitting deficient), a banded agate and black enamel panel brooch, with glazed verso (fitting deficient), an oval shell cameo brooch, two bar brooches, four further brooches, and a mother of pearl cross pendant, first brooch length 5.6cm (11) £400-500 (plus 24% BP*) 9. A 19TH CENTURY SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, the oval cameo carved to depict a mother and child seated on a lion skin, in gold mount with relief decorated star border, the reverse marked ‘C18’, with later clasp fitting, together with a further shell cameo brooch, length 5.3cm (2) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

13. A LATE VICTORIAN SERPENT RING, of coiled design, the interior inscribed ‘Dec 22 1896’ and stamped ‘18’, ring size approximately Q £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 14.TWO ANTIQUE GILT METAL BRACELETS, each of wide mesh-link design, the bead decorated clasps with steel inlay panels, lengths 16.5cm and 18cm (2) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 15. A SEED PEARL MULTI-STRAND NECKLACE, with a rectangular half pearl set panel clasp (pearls untested for origin), and a coral corallium rubrum single strand bead necklace, lengths 39cm and 54cm respectively (2) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 16. AN ALBERT CHAIN, of open curb-link design, with T-bar suspension and swivel clasp, stamped ‘9 .375’, length 31cm £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 17.TWO ALBERT CHAINS, of matched curb-link design, one with T-bar suspension, both with swivel clasps, stamped ‘9 .375’, lengths 19cm and 21.5cm (2) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 18. A SET OF EIGHT YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL BANGLES, of continuous flat section profile, each stamped ‘9ct’, inner diameter approximately 6.2cm (8) £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 19. A COLLECTION OF YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL BANGLES, comprising two pairs of bangles, the first pair with bead and lozenge decoration, the second pair with faceted lozenge decoration, inner diameter approximately 6.2cm (4) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 20. A GEM SET BANGLE, of hinged bifurcated form, centred with a navette-shaped panel of circular-cut red garnet-topped doublets, spaced by lasque-cut diamonds, 9ct gold mounted, inner diameter 5.6cm £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 21. A 9CT GOLD VESTA CASE, of circular hinged form, hallmarked for Birmingham 1907, monogrammed, length 5.5cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 22.TWO GEM SET DRESS RINGS, comprising a diamond four stone crossover ring, highlighted with single-cut diamonds, stamped ‘18ct & plat’, and a gem set and seed pearl cluster ring, 18ct gold mounted, first ring size S½ (2) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

10. A VICTORIAN GEM SET SERPENT BRACELET, the graduated articulated bracelet modelled as a serpent, his head enclosed by a scrolled tail and centred with a cabochon garnet in closed foilbacked setting, with cabochon green stone eyes, his mouth suspending a garnet set heart-shaped drop, with glazed verso, length 18cm £300-500 (plus 24% BP*)

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23. A 9CT GOLD FANCY-LINK CHAIN, of plaited design, hallmarked for London 1978, signed ‘S&S’ possibly for Sannit & Stein, length 39cm £120-180 (plus 24% BP*) 24. A GATE-LINK BRACELET, with padlock clasp stamped ‘9ct’, length 16.5cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 25. A BELCHER-LINK LONG CHAIN, composed of faceted links, the swivel clasp stamped ‘9c’, length 140cm £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 26. A FANCY-LINK BRACELET, comprising a line of openwork circular panel links, stamped ‘9ct’, length 20.5cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 27. AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL REVIVAL GOLD PANEL BROOCH, the circular concave panel depicting cupid seated on a swing and clutching a golden arrow, framed by alternate flowerheads and beaded clusters, with ropetwist wirework borders, the glazed verso containing hairwork, diameter 3.4cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

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28. A PAIR OF REVERSE CARVED INTAGLIO BROOCHES, circa 1870, each navette-shaped polychrome panel depicting a bird of paradise perched upon a branch, framed by a row of half pearls, within a bead and ropetwist wirework border, heightened with blue and red enamel, one brooch with later fitting and safety chain, (pearls untested for origin), length 3.6cm £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 29. A LATE VICTORIAN DIAMOND SET GYPSY RING, the old-cut diamond in star setting, to a scroll carved 18ct gold mount, hallmarked for Birmingham 1900, ring size M½ £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 30. A 9CT GOLD CURB-LINK BRACELET, with padlock clasp, suspending two half sovereign pendants, length approximately 17cm £350-450 (plus 24% BP*) 31. A FRENCH FANCY-LINK BRACELET, of articulated panel design with engraved decoration, the clasp with French eagle’s head mark, lozenge-shaped maker’s mark and further indistinct mark, length 17cm £500-700 (plus 24% BP*) 32. AN OPAL AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the oval cabochon opal collet set between two old-cut diamonds, to an 18ct gold mount of brushed finish, with closed-back setting, signed ‘C&P’ for Cox & Power, ring size M £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

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33. A RUBY AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, alternately set with round brilliant-cut diamonds and pairs of square mixed-cut rubies, 18ct gold mounted, ring size M £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 34. A NATURAL BLISTER PEARL, RUBY AND DIAMOND RING, the baroque blister pearl framed by a shaped border of cushion and circular mixed-cut rubies and rose and lasque-cut diamonds, between fluted shoulders, yellow precious metal mounted, ring size P Accompanied by a report issued by The Gem & Pearl Laboratory, London stating that the blister pearl is part drilled, of natural saltwater origin, with a worked area on its base, measuring 14.4 x 8.7 x 7.6mm, report no. 13806, dated 17 February 2017 £1000-1500 (plus 24% BP*) 35. A CULTURED PEARL DOUBLE STRAND NECKLACE, with an oval mixed-cut garnet and half pearl cluster clasp, yellow precious metal mounted, and a cultured pearl single strand necklace, first necklace length 38cm (2) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 36. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY VARI GEM-SET PENDANT, the scrolled openwork cartouche highlighted with an oval cabochon opal, framed by circular-cut garnets and half pearls, suspending an opal drop below, stamped ‘9ct’, (pearls untested for origin), length 5.1cm £150-250 (plus 24% BP*) 37. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GEM SET PENDANT, the openwork quatrefoil-shaped panel centred with a circular mixed-cut aquamarine, framed by seed pearl set foliage and scrolls, (pearls untested for origin), length 3.4cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 38. A LATE VICTORIAN GOLD KNOT BROOCH, modelled as a ropetwist knot, the reverse stamped ‘15ct’, in fitted case signed J. Durdan, 21 Fenchurch St, E.C., the cover inscribed ‘A. & O.Z. April 23, 1892’, length 3.3cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 39.TWO GEM SET DRESS RINGS, the first set with a quatrefoilshaped cluster of cabochon opals, 18ct gold mounted, the second of ropetwist knot design, centred with a single-cut diamond, yellow precious metal mounted, ring sizes M½ and M respectively (2) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 40. AN EMERALD DRESS RING, of abstract textured design, highlighted with a trio of rectangular step-cut emeralds in horizontal alignment, the 18ct gold mount hallmarked for London 1973, maker’s mark ‘GH’, ring size P (leading edge) £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 41. A PAIR OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND EARSTUDS, each pierced foliate panel highlighted with trios of circular-cut emeralds and brilliant-cut diamonds, on post and butterfly fittings, 18ct gold mounted, length 1.1cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 42. AN OPAL AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH, the central old-cut diamond millegrain collet set between oval cabochon opals, two colour precious metal mounted (later fitting), diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, length 5.4cm £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 43. A VARI GEM-SET PANEL BROOCH, the linear pierced bar spaced by millegrain collet set cabochon opals, half pearls, cushionshaped rubies and circular-cut green stones, two colour precious metal mounted (pearls untested for origin), length 5.9cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

44. AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH, centred with a rectangular step-cut emerald and single-cut diamond cluster, between bifurcated shoulders, on a tapered bar of old-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.30ct, length 8.3cm £800-1200 (plus 24% BP*) 45. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, of crossover design, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in collet setting, 18ct white gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size L½ £400-600 (plus 24% BP*) 46. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the cushion-shaped old-cut diamond claw set to a bifurcated mount, with scroll engraved shoulders, stamped ‘18’, diamond weight approximately 0.75ct, ring size P £550-650 (plus 24% BP*) 47. AN OPAL AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the oval cabochon opal claw set between two cushion-shaped diamonds, with rose-cut diamond points between, yellow precious metal mounted, ring size Q £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 48. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the circular mixed-cut sapphire claw set within a border of old-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.35ct, ring size J½ £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 49. A RUSSIAN AQUAMARINE SINGLE STONE RING, the cushion-shaped mixed-cut aquamarine in claw setting, between bulbous shoulders of textured finish, the shank with 56 standard gold mark, Cyrillic maker’s mark and indistinct city mark, possibly for Kiev, ring size approximately N - O £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 50. A VICTORIAN DIAMOND SET PENDANT/BROOCH, the openwork lozenge-shaped panel centred with a cluster of cushionshaped old-cut diamonds, framed by further old, rose and lasque-cut diamond borders, below a detachable diamond set bale, in fitted case, accompanied by a similarly set brooch of geometric design, possibly associated, total weight of cushion-shaped diamonds approximately 2.90ct, pendant/brooch length 5.6cm (2) £1500-2000 (plus 24% BP*) 51. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a graduated single strand pearl necklace, with rose-cut diamond set octagonal panel clasp (pearls untested for natural/cultured origin), a cabochon opal bar brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, an opal doublet stick pin, and two further stick pins, first necklace length 37.5cm (5) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 52. A GEM SET PENDANT NECKLACE, the openwork panel drop highlighted with graduated circular-cut blue stones, below a similarly set scrolled surmount, on a fine curb-link chain stamped ‘9c’, pendant length 4.3cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 53. AN AQUAMARINE AND HALF PEARL BAR BROOCH, the circular-cut aquamarine framed by a cluster of graduated seed pearls, above an openwork panel and bifurcated bar, stamped ‘15c’, length 4.9cm £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 54. A VARI GEM-SET INSECT BROOCH, the body and wings highlighted with oval cabochon opals, circular-cut rubies and old-cut diamonds, obliquely positioned on a knife edge bar (later fitting), length 4.5cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

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55. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the old-cut diamond claw set between lasque-cut diamond set shoulders, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘plat’, principal diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, ring size L £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 56. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamond in eight-claw setting, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct pt’, diamond weight approximately 0.90ct, ring size K £400-600 (plus 24% BP*) 57. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the old-cut diamond in eight-claw setting, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘PL’, diamond weight approximately 0.55ct, ring size N £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 58. A COLLECTION OF REGIMENTAL BROOCHES, comprising a two colour precious metal and enamel bar brooch for The Cambridgeshire Regiment, a similar example for the 6th Battalion City of London Regiment, stamped ‘15ct’, and a further example for The Royal Army Service Corps, together with a bar brooch, first brooch width 4.6cm (4) £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 59. A PAIR OF OPAL AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS, each oval cabochon opal suspended from a linear drop, with single round brilliant-cut diamond surmount, on post and butterfly fittings, length 2.3cm £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 60.THREE VARI GEM-SET BAR BROOCHES, the first of openwork navette-shaped design, the second and third of single stone design, each yellow precious metal mounted, first brooch length 4.9cm (3) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 61. A DIAMOND SET BAR BROOCH, the stylised scrolled bar highlighted with two obliquely set round brilliantcut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘15ct’, length 4.8cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 62. A VARI GEM-SET BRACELET, of fancy-link design, spaced with alternate cabochon opals and circular-cut red stones, yellow precious metal mounted, the clasp with applied panel stamped ‘9ct’, length 17cm £150-250 (plus 24% BP*)

63. A PAIR OF LATE 18TH CENTURY IBERIAN GEM SET GIRANDOLE EAR PENDANTS, each pierced foliate panel highlighted with lasque-cut diamonds and mixed-cut pink quartz in foiled closedback settings, suspending three pear-shaped similarly set drops below, on hinged wire fittings, gold and silver mounted, length 6.2cm The use of foiled pink quartz in these ear pendants was probably intended to replicate fancy-coloured topaz from Brazilian mines, which were a popular feature of Spanish and Portuguese jewellery of the period, sourced through imperial trading routes. £300-500 (plus 24% BP*)

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64. AN EDWARDIAN TOURMALINE AND HALF PEARL PENDANT NECKLACE, the openwork foliate cartouche centred with a square step-cut pink tourmaline, framed by graduated half pearls, suspending a smaller similarly cut pink tourmaline drop, with hinged bale and additional brooch fitting, on a fancy baton-link chain, both stamped ‘15’, pendant length 4.5cm, chain length 50cm £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 65. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY AQUAMARINE AND RUBY PENDANT NECKLACE, the central cushion-shaped aquamarine framed by an openwork quatrefoil panel, highlighted with graduated circular-cut rubies, suspending a pear-shaped drop, below an aquamarine and pearl surmount, on a fine fancy-link chain, the clasp stamped ‘15ct’ (pearls untested for origin), pendant length 4.5cm £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 66. AN AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND PENDANT, the rectangular mixed-cut aquamarine in four claw setting, surmounted by a millegrain set single-cut diamond, suspended from a 9ct white gold fine curb-link chain, pendant length 2.4cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 67. AN AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE, the old-cut diamond millegrain collet set above a knife-edged bar, suspending a cushion-shaped aquamarine drop, on a fine trace-link chain with clasp stamped ‘9k’, diamond weight approximately 0.15ct, pendant length 3.5cm £300-500 (plus 24% BP*)

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68. A FANCY-LINK ALBERT CHAIN, with swivel clasps, T-bar and glazed locket suspensions, stamped ‘9ct’, length 37.5cm £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 69. AN ALBERT CHAIN, composed of belcher-links, with T-bar suspension, the swivel clasp stamped ‘15ct’, length 38cm £250-350 (plus 24% BP*)

78. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENAMEL AND HALF PEARL MEMORIAL RING, the rotating cushion-shaped panel with a plaited hairwork and half pearl cluster to one side, and black enamel panel with inscription ‘Barrett March Esq, OB 14 Sep 1817, AE: 72’ to the other, between half pearl set shoulders and a fluted shank (pearls untested for origin), panel length 1.5cm £300-400 (plus 24% BP*)

70. A CORNELIAN SET PANEL BRACELET, the rectangular faceted cornelian panels spaced by tonneau-shaped panels, pierced and engraved with peacocks and flowerheads, to clasp stamped ‘585’, together with a two colour precious metal cuff bangle, of foliate design, stamped ‘925 750’, and a silver hinged bangle, first bracelet length 18cm (3) £300-500 (plus 24% BP*)

79. A PORTUGUESE GALLEON BROOCH, of filigree design, with ropetwist wirework decoration and Portuguese gold marks for 800 standard, length 3.4cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

71.TWO 19TH CENTURY FOB SEALS, each with a cornelian seal and gilt metal mount profusely decorated with flowerheads, foliage and shells, on a black fabric suspension with similar buckle and fittings, the swivel clasp stamped ‘15c’, largest fob seal length 3.2cm (3) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

81. AN 18CT GOLD FANCY-LINK ALBERT CHAIN, composed of alternate fetter and ropetwist links, with swivel and bolt ring clasps, length 44cm £800-900 (plus 24% BP*)

72. AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL REVIVAL AIGRETTE, circa 1860, the circular panel of bombé form, depicting a cluster of graduated flowerheads framed by ropetwist wirework borders, with hinged double pin fitting, unmarked, panel diameter 2.2cm Similar archaeological revival ‘Millefiori’ jewels of the period were produced by Castellani, incorporating flowers, birds and putti in profusely decorated circular panels. £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 73. A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY AND LATER FOB SEALS AND WATCH KEYS, variously set with hardstone and paste fob seals and inlays, to include a rotating fob inscribed with days of the week, a gilt metal mounted bird cage, and various crested and mottoed examples, together with an orange paste swivel fob, a dress stud and further loose seals and gemstones, contained in tooled leather case signed G. Alfieri, Roma £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 74. A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY AND LATER FOB SEALS, comprising gold and gilt metal examples, variously set with hardstone seals, to include chalcedony, bloodstone and cornelian, and a swivel watch key, with chequerboard decoration, 1.8cm to 4.8cm in length (15) £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 75. A 19TH CENTURY SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, the oval shell cameo carved to depict a pastoral figural scene in the 18th century style, to plain polished mount, indistinctly stamped, length 6cm Pastoral scenes were a popular theme of cameos carved during this period, after 18th century paintings by artists including Jean-Antoine Watteau and Jean-Honoré Fragonard £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 76. AN OVAL SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, carved to depict a seated lady playing the lyre, with a child and dog at her feet, in landscape setting, the 18ct gold mount of textured finish, with Birmingham hallmarks and maker’s mark ‘JR’, length 5.3cm £250-350 (plus 24% BP*)

80.TWO AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN ONE DUCAT COINS (2) £120-150 (plus 24% BP*)

82. AN ALBERT CHAIN, composed of fetter and belcher links, stamped ‘9 .375’, length 39cm £300-350 (plus 24% BP*) 83. A CORNELIAN PANEL BRACELET, comprising a line of five tonneau-shaped cornelian cabochons, spaced by pierced reeded panels, yellow precious metal mounted, length 18cm £150-250 (plus 24% BP*) 84. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER HARDSTONE FOB SEALS, variously set with bloodstone, cornelian and onyx seal fobs, longest length 3.6cm (9) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 85. AN ALBERT CHAIN, composed of graduated curb links, with Tbar suspension and swivel clasps, stamped ‘9 .375’, length 43cm £350-450 (plus 24% BP*) 86. A CHARM BRACELET, the 9ct gold open curb-link bracelet with padlock clasp, suspending a collection of gold and yellow metal charms, to include a half sovereign pendant, a tankard and a whisky bottle, length approximately 18cm £900-1100 (plus 24% BP*) 87. A CHARM BRACELET, the fancy panel-link bracelet stamped ‘9ct’ and signed ‘S&P’, suspending a collection of charms, to include a forge and a gem set pendant, length approximately 17cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 88. A SINGLE STRAND GRADUATED PEARL NECKLACE, with a paste set barrel-shaped clasp, (pearls untested for natural/cultured origin), length 50cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 89. AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN GEM SET PANEL BRACELET, composed of scroll pierced rectangular gilt panels, each centred with an oval cabochon garnet in foiled closed back setting, framed by smaller circular-cut garnets and cabochon turquoises, the clasp with Austro-Hungarian silver mark, (later extended), length 17.5cm £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

77.TWO VICTORIAN HARDSTONE FOB SEALS, the first with foliate decoration, inset with turquoise cabochons and a faceted citrine seal inscribed ‘Mary’, the second modelled as a monkey holding a pearl, inset with a bloodstone seal inscribed ‘Emeline’, each with fabric suspension, lengths 2.3cm and 2.2cm respectively (2) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

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90. FOUR WEDDING BANDS, comprising a 22ct gold example, a white precious metal example, stamped ‘plat’, and two yellow precious metal wedding bands, each inscribed to interior (4) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 91.TWO HINGED BANGLES, each of oval form, the first with floral and foliate engraved decoration, 9ct gold and wax filled, the second of pierced and textured design, 9ct gold mounted, first bangle inner diameter 6cm (2) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 92. A 9CT GOLD CHAIN AND BRACELET SUITE, of two colour entwined ropetwist and box-link design, lengths 59cm and 17.5cm (2) £120-150 (plus 24% BP*) 93.THREE 9CT GOLD BROOCHES, each of foliate design, largest length 5.9cm (3) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 94. A 19TH CENTURY SHELL CAMEO BROOCH/PENDANT, the oval cameo carved to depict Hope, her hand over her heart, with a star above and anchor to the ground, framed by a gold mount of three entwined bands, in fitted case, length 6.6cm The anchor is the traditional Christian symbol of hope. In this depiction of Hope as an angel, the anchor is not upright but has fallen, which suggests that Hope is praying for someone whose soul has departed, an act of mourning. £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

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95. A PAIR OF NATURAL PEARL AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS, each pear-shaped natural pearl drop surmounted by a single and lasque-cut diamond set cap, below a flowerhead cluster of old-cut diamonds, on later post and butterfly fittings, length 2.65cm Accompanied by a report issued by The Gem & Pearl Laboratory, London stating that the pearls are natural, of saltwater origin, measuring 7.5 - 8.5mm x 11 - 12mm and 7.7 - 8.7mm x 11 - 12mm, report no. 13807, dated 17 February 2017 £2000-3000 (plus 24% BP*) 96. A PAIR OF DIAMOND SINGLE STONE EARSTUDS, each millegrain collet set with an old brilliantcut diamond, white precious metal mounted, with threaded post fittings, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 97. A VICTORIAN SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, the oval shell cameo carved to depict the profiles of Eos, the Greek goddess of Dawn and Nyx, the goddess of Night, with an eagle to the foreground, in ropetwist decorated mount, length 5.2cm £70-90 (plus 24% BP*) 98. A FANCY-LINK BRACELET, with reeded spacer-links, stamped ‘15’, length 18cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 99. AN OPAL, EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval cabochon opal claw set within a border of alternate single-cut diamonds and circular-cut emeralds, together with a turquoise coloured cabochon single stone ring, and a 22ct gold wedding band, first ring size O (3) £300-400 (plus 24% BP*)

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100. AN AMETHYST SET BROOCH BY CROPP & FARR, designed as a foliate spray highlighted with oval mixed-cut amethysts, 9ct gold mounted, hallmarked for London 1993, length 4.5cm £80-100 (plus 24% BP*) 101. A TURQUOISE AND BAROQUE PEARL FRINGE NECKLACE, the trace-link chain suspending a line of graduated drops, each terminating with a wirework cage enclosing a baroque pearl, surmounted by a quatrefoil panel and turquoise cabochon, (pearls untested for origin), cased, length 42cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 102. AN ART DECO AMETHYST, DIAMOND AND CHALCEDONY PANEL BROOCH, the stepped chalcedony panel applied with a line of square and rectangular step-cut amethysts, framed by two rows of graduated old and single-cut diamonds, to a two colour precious metal mount with French eagle’s head and dog marks for gold and platinum, in fitted Garrard & Co Ltd case (one diamond deficient, some damage), length 3.7cm £600-800 (plus 24% BP*) 103. A TURQUOISE AND SEED PEARL PENDANT BY MURRLE BENNETT & CO, of sinuous openwork form, highlighted with cabochon turquoise and graduated seed pearls, signed and stamped ‘9ct’, together with two further similarly set pendants, (pearls untested for origin), first pendant length 4cm (3) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 104.THREE GEM SET SINGLE STONE RINGS, the first claw set with an oval mixed-cut aquamarine, the second claw set with an oval mixed-cut amethyst, the third similarly set with a rectangular mixed-cut citrine, each in 9ct gold mount, ring sizes P½, O and P respectively (3) £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 105. A TURQUOISE AND SEED PEARL PENDANT NECKLACE, the loosely scrolled openwork panel set with oval cabochon turquoise and channels of graduated seed pearls, suspending a single turquoise drop, on a ropetwist-link chain with clasp stamped ‘9c’ (pearls untested for origin), length 40.5cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 106. AN EDWARDIAN AMETHYST AND SEED PEARL PENDANT/BROOCH, the openwork cartouche centred with an oval mixed-cut amethyst, surmounted by a trio of seed pearl flowerheads and framed by further graduated seed pearls, suspending a pear-shaped amethyst drop, stamped ‘15ct’, on later fancy-link chain stamped ‘585’ (pearls untested for origin), pendant length 4.9cm £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 107. AN EDWARDIAN PERIDOT AND HALF PEARL PENDANT, the openwork panel of stylised fleur-de-lys design, highlighted with a circular-cut peridot below radiating lines of graduated half pearls, suspending two bead-link swags and a half pearl set drop, on a fine trace-link chain, stamped ‘9ct’ with maker’s monogram, (pearls untested for origin), pendant length 5.5cm £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 108. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the graduated old-cut diamonds in millegrained collet settings, above a scroll pierced gallery, to shank stamped ‘18ct & Pt’, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size P½ £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 109. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the old brilliant-cut diamonds in millegrain square settings, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct plat’, ring size P £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

110. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the central cushionshaped old-cut diamond framed by two pear-shaped old-cut diamonds, with lasque-cut diamond points between, to scroll engraved shoulders, ring size L½ £600-800 (plus 24% BP*) 111. A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the circular cluster of cushion-shaped old-cut diamonds in claw setting, to a tapered mount stamped ‘18’, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size O £800-1200 (plus 24% BP*) 112. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a seed pearl cloverleaf pendant, stamped ‘15ct’, suspended from a fine trace-link chain stamped ‘9c’, an amethyst pendant necklace, the hexagonal-cut amethyst suspending a trio of oval amethyst drops, (central drop detached), on a trace-link chain stamped ‘830’, a silver mounted scent bottle, a novelty compass charm, a scarab pendant, and other items (pearls untested for origin), first pendant length 2.7cm £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 113. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a turquoise and half pearl set heart-shaped locket pendant, with glazed verso, on a trace-link chain, a turquoise flowerhead cluster ring, with foliate engraved hoop, and a cabochon set initial ‘R’ pin, pendant length 2.4cm (3) £150-250 (plus 24% BP*) 114.TWO GEM SET PENDANTS, the first centred with an oval mixed-cut amethyst within a seed pearl border, suspended from a fine trace-link chain, the second with a peridot and seed pearl drop, to an openwork scrolled panel, stamped ‘9c’ (pearls untested for origin), lengths 3cm and 3.3cm respectively (2) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 115. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising an amethyst and half pearl cluster brooch, with later fitting, a pair of amethyst ear pendants, a further cluster brooch, and a shell cameo brooch, (pearls untested for origin), first brooch length 3.2cm (4) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 116. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising an amethyst and rock crystal three stone brooch, with flowerhead highlights, an amethyst two stone crossover ring, a green paste bead necklace with figural pendant drop, a pair of cameo ear pendants, and three further items, brooch length 3.8cm (7) £70-90 (plus 24% BP*) 117. AN AMETHYST AND DIAMOND BROOCH, of openwork fan-shaped design, with a cluster of oval and circular mixedcut amethysts in claw settings, spaced by old brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.40ct, length 3.4cm £600-800 (plus 24% BP*) 118. A CITRINE LINE BRACELET, the oval mixed-cut citrines in articulated four-claw settings, yellow metal mounted, length 17.5cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 119. AN AMETHYST SET BRACELET, comprising a line of oval mixed-cut amethysts in collet settings, spaced by pairs of reeded baton links, stamped ‘15ct’, length 19.5cm £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 120. A WHITE PRECIOUS METAL CHAIN, of flattened snakelink design, stamped ‘750’, length 49.5cm £70-90 (plus 24% BP*) 121. A BLUE ZIRCON AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, with scrolled shoulders, stamped ‘18ct’, and a cabochon opal single stone ring, first ring size N (2) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

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122. A DIAMOND PANEL BROOCH, centred with a trio of old-cut diamonds, to an oval lattice work panel highlighted with individual rose-cut diamonds in quatrefoil settings, within a C-scroll border framed by diamond set ribbon bows, numbered 3222, later rhodium plated, bearing possible Fabergé mark to mount and further indistinct marks to mount, clasp and pin, (one diamond deficient), total weight of principal diamonds approximately 2.60ct, length 3.7cm £4000-6000 (plus 24% BP*) 123. A DIAMOND TWO STONE CROSSOVER RING, obliquely claw set with old-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, ring size N £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 124. A FINE FANCY-LINK CHAIN, composed of alternate baton and trace-links, to a scroll engraved clasp, stamped ‘9c’, length 42cm £80-100 (plus 24% BP*) 125. FOUR GEM SET DRESS RINGS, comprising two vari gem-set tiered cluster rings, each stamped ‘14k’, a circular citrine single stone ring, and a smaller citrine single stone ring, of paler hue, ring sizes K and M (4) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 126. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the elongated oval panel inset with graduated old-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight 0.30ct, ring size P½ £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 127.THREE BROOCHES, comprising a gem set spider bar brooch, stamped ‘9’, a pierced and carved decorated green hardstone panel brooch, with enamel border, and a white paste crescent brooch, first brooch length 7.5cm (3) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

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128. A RUSSIAN DIAMOND PANEL BROOCH/PENDANT, the openwork panel centred with a flowerhead cluster of cushionshaped old-cut diamonds, framed by scrolled foliage of graduated similarly cut diamonds and lasque-cut diamond accents, suspending a pear-shaped old-cut diamond drop below, gold and silver mounted, with Russian marks for 1896 - 1908 and further indistinct maker’s mark to pin, total diamond weight approximately 4ct, length 5.5cm £2000-3000 (plus 24% BP*) 129.TWO GEM SET CLUSTER RINGS, the first with a flowerhead cluster of navette and circular-cut amethysts, 9ct gold mounted, the second with a tiered cluster of circular-cut sapphires and cultured pearls, stamped ‘14k’, (two stones deficient), ring sizes K and N respectively (2) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

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130. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL NECKLACE AND BRACELET SUITE, of fancy curblink design, with pierced panel spacers, each stamped ‘750’, the necklace with 18ct gold hallmarked fitting, lengths 54cm and 20.5cm £800-1000 (plus 24% BP*) 131. A RUBY AND DIAMOND SET BAR BROOCH, designed as an elongated cluster of navette-shaped rubies and single-cut diamonds, to a similarly set bar, two colour precious metal mounted, length 4.1cm £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

132. A 19TH CENTURY DIAMOND STAR BROOCH, the principal cushion-shaped diamond of light greenish-yellow hue (untested for natural colour), within a border of rose and single-cut diamonds, framed by six rays of graduated old and rose-cut diamonds, with a threaded aperture to one tip, the pin with indistinct mark, possibly Russian, (two diamonds deficient, some stones later replaced), weight of principal diamond approximately 2.10ct, length 4.5cm £2000-3000 (plus 24% BP*)

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133. A VICTORIAN ENAMEL AND HALF PEARL MEMORIAL PENDANT, of circular form, highlighted with alternate bands of blue enamel and half pearls, framed by an engraved foliate border, the glazed verso containing hairwork, (pearls untested for origin), length 2.5cm £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 134. A COLLECTION OF PENDANTS, comprising two glazed locket pendants, a small circular compact pendant, stamped ‘14k’, with interior mirror, inscribed, a 9ct gold St Christopher pendant, an astrological pendant, stamped ‘750’, and four further examples (9) £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 135. A 9CT GOLD FANCY-LINK COLLAR NECKLACE, composed of repeating cross-shaped links, together with a fine plaitedlink chain, with bead spacers and engraved clasp, lengths 41.5cm and 38cm respectively (2) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 136. A 9CT GOLD COLLAR NECKLACE, of fancy bead-link design, length 41cm £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 137. A MATCHED SUITE OF DIAMOND SET JEWELLERY, comprising a necklace, bangle, ring and earstuds, each of flowerhead cluster design, set throughout with graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds, the necklace panel with 18ct gold London import marks and maker’s mark ‘CI’, on a fancy two colour precious metal bead-link back chain, bearing French eagle’s head mark to clasp, the bangle with adjustable clasp, unmarked, the earstuds and ring also with 18ct gold import marks, the earstuds on threaded post fittings, total diamond weight approximately 5ct, necklace length 42.5cm, ring size M (4) £3000-4000 (plus 24% BP*) 138. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval mixed-cut sapphire claw set within a brilliant-cut diamond set border, between reeded shoulders, the mount stamped ‘375’, (sapphire untested for natural/synthetic origin), ring size O½ £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 139.TWO DIAMOND SET FIVE STONE RINGS, the first alternately set with graduated old-cut diamonds and cushion-shaped sapphires, the second similarly set with old-cut diamonds, each yellow precious metal mounted and stamped ‘18ct’, ring size approximately U (2) £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 140. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, set with a trio of cushion-shaped sapphires, spaced by two old-cut diamonds and smaller diamond points, yellow precious metal mounted, accompanied by an unassociated Liberty box, total diamond weight approximately 0.55ct, ring size Q £400-600 (plus 24% BP*) 141. A RUBY AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, set with a trio of circular mixed-cut rubies, spaced by old-cut diamonds, to a scroll pierced 18ct gold mount, ring size P £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 142. A PAIR OF GEM SET CUFFLINKS, each panel modelled as a horseshoe, highlighted with trios of scissor-cut sapphires (untested for natural/synthetic origin), on wire fittings, yellow precious metal mounted, panel length 1.5cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

143. A 9CT GOLD FANCY-LINK LONG CHAIN, comprising a line of entwined ropetwist and belcher links, hallmarked for London 1974, with maker’s mark ‘A.R.P’, length 115cm £700-800 (plus 24% BP*) 144. A GEM SET BROOCH, the circular panel applied with a ballerina, her skirt highlighted with alternate synthetic rubies and synthetic sapphires, her hands clasping a cultured pearl, diameter 3cm £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 145.TWO SLAVE BANGLES, the first of panelled design, with foliate engraved decoration, 9ct gold mounted, the second of pierced design, stamped ‘9ct’, inner diameter approximately 7cm (2) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 146. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, to shank stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size N½ £400-600 (plus 24% BP*) 147. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, 18ct two colour gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.80ct, ring size N £1000-1500 (plus 24% BP*) 148. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated old brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, two colour precious metal mounted, numbered, total diamond weight approximately 1.90ct, ring size K £2200-2500 (plus 24% BP*) 149. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, to shank stamped ‘18 fine plat’, inscribed, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, ring size O £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 150. A FIRE OPAL AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval mixed-cut fire opal claw set within a border of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, ring size L £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 151. A DIAMOND TWO STONE CROSSOVER RING, the old brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, 18ct gold mounted, maker’s mark ‘A.M.B’, total diamond weight approximately 0.90ct, ring size M £400-600 (plus 24% BP*) 152. A RUBY SET BROOCH/PENDANT, designed as a cluster of cascading textured foliage, centred with a spiral of circular mixed-cut rubies, the 18ct gold mount with Birmingham import marks for 1966 and maker’s mark ‘RHB’, length 3.7cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 153. A NOVELTY DOG BROOCH, modelled as a dachshund, with single-cut diamond set collar and circular-cut red stone eye, 18ct gold mounted, hallmarked for London 1961, with maker’s mark ‘BR Ld’, length 4.2cm £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 154. A PAIR OF CUFFLINKS, of oval panel design with baton-link fittings, the reverse stamped ‘18c’, panel length 1.75cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

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155. A PAIR OF 18CT GOLD CUFFLINKS, each oval panel with chequered engine-turned decoration, with chain-link fittings, panel length 1.9cm £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 156. A 9CT GOLD FANCY-LINK BRACELET, of flattened ropetwist design, length 18.5cm £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 157. A PAIR OF 9CT GOLD CUFFLINKS, each shaped rectangular panel with engine-turned decoration, on chain-link fittings, panel length 1.7cm £50-70 (plus 24% BP*) 158. A COLLECTION OF CUFFLINKS, comprising a pair of 9ct gold oval panel cufflinks, with engine-turned decoration and chain-link fittings, a pair of silver oval panel cufflinks, of similar design, monogrammed, a pair of octagonal panel cufflinks, with blue enamel borders, a pair of Oriental panel cufflinks, and a pair of floral engraved cufflinks, first cufflinks panel length 2cm (5) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 159. A DIAMOND SET BANGLE, of hinged bifurcated form, centrally set with a cluster of graduated old-cut diamonds, between knife-edged shoulders highlighted with pairs of similarly cut diamonds, yellow precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.90ct, inner diameter 5.5cm £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 160. A DIAMOND SET BANGLE, of hinged oval form, the knife-edged mount spaced with seven graduated old-cut diamonds in millegrain collet settings, two colour precious metal mounted (break to mount), cased, total diamond weight approximately 1.40ct, inner diameter 5.8cm £500-700 (plus 24% BP*)

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161. A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH, the cushion-shaped mixed-cut sapphire measuring approximately 11mm x 10.2mm x 5.8mm, claw set within a tiered double row border of graduated old-cut diamonds, highlighted with larger similarly-cut diamonds to the cardinal points, above a pierced gallery, gold and silver mounted, total diamond weight approximately 3.20ct, length 3.1cm £5000-7000 (plus 24% BP*) 162. A VICTORIAN GENTLEMAN’S DRESS SET, comprising a pair of cufflinks and three studs, each engraved panel centred with a shield bordered by blue enamel, the cufflinks with chain-link fittings, gilt metal mounted, in fitted case, largest panel length 1.55cm £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 163. A COLLECTION OF DRESS STUDS AND BUTTONS, to include a trio of banded agate buttons, a coral corallium rubrum dress stud and two similar buttons, a pair of Victorian 18ct gold engraved dress studs, two engraved masonic dress studs, and further examples (20) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 164.THREE PAIRS OF CUFFLINKS, comprising a pair of 15ct gold oval panel cufflinks, monogrammed, a pair of white metal and blue enamel cufflinks, initialled, and a pair of baton cufflinks, with gem set terminals, first cufflinks panel length 1.75cm (3) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 165. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamond in four claw setting, to a crossover platinum mount, diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size K½ £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 166. A FRENCH PASTE PENDANT NECKLACE, the openwork cartouche-shaped pendant suspended from a foliate scroll necklace with central flowerhead cluster panel, set throughout with graduated white pastes in foiled closed-back settings, with boar’s head silver marks, together with a single strand graduated cultured pearl necklace, a silver and enamel shield brooch, and assorted costume items, necklace length 37cm £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

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167. A DIAMOND SET BROOCH/PENDANT, the openwork lozenge-shaped panel framed by graduated old-cut diamonds, in fitted case, total diamond weight approximately 1.10ct, length 2.9cm £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 168. A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER EARSTUDS, each pierced oval panel centred with an oval cabochon sapphire, within a double row border of millegrain set old-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, with later post and butterfly fittings, length 1.2cm £400-600 (plus 24% BP*) 169. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH, the pierced bar millegrain set with a rectangular step-cut sapphire, between channels of similarly set graduated single-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct plat’, length 5.6cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 170. A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND CULTURED PEARL BAR BROOCH, designed as two tapered lines of rectangular step-cut sapphires and square mixed-cut diamonds, each terminating with a single cultured pearl and diamond set collar, to a scroll engraved gallery, two colour precious metal mounted (possibly adapted), length 6.6cm £800-1000 (plus 24% BP*) 171. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND SET BAR BROOCH, the pierced shaped bar centred with a circular-cut sapphire, framed by single and rose-cut diamonds, with later fitting, together with a pearl set bar brooch, stamped ‘18ctw’, (pearl untested for origin), first brooch length 5.7cm (2) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 172. A GEORGIAN DIAMOND AND ENAMEL MEMORIAL RING, the oval panel applied with an old and rose-cut diamond set monogram to a blue enamel ground, bordered by further old-cut diamonds, above an engraved gallery and similarly decorated shoulders, later re-sized (four diamonds deficient), ring size N £800-1200 (plus 24% BP*) 173. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval mixed-cut sapphire claw set within a border of old-cut diamonds, between single-cut diamond set shoulders, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct plat’, total diamond weight approximately 1.20ct, ring size M½ £600-800 (plus 24% BP*) 174. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the cushionshaped mixed-cut sapphire claw set between triangular shoulders, pavé set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘14k’, with worn signature, ring size H £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 175. AN ART DECO STYLE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the rectangular step-cut sapphire with canted corners, claw set to a tiered stepped panel centred with graduated baguette-cut diamonds, framed by single-cut diamonds, above a pierced gallery, the white precious metal mount with later sizing beads, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size approximately N £1500-2000 (plus 24% BP*) 176. AN ART DECO SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING, the rectangular step-cut sapphire claw set between baguette-cut diamonds, highlighted by old-cut diamond set shoulders, white precious metal mounted, ring size M £1200-1500 (plus 24% BP*) 177. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include an antique diamond set panel ring, with pierced border, a 9ct gold and gem set brooch, a white paste set star brooch, a green paste and seed pearl set panel ring, a gilt filigree bracelet with turquoise-coloured panels, a pair of freshwater baroque pearl ear pendants, and further items, first ring size H £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

178. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH, the cushion-shaped mixed-cut sapphire of lilac/light purple hue, millegrain collet set to a bifurcated bar mount, centred with trios of rose-cut diamonds, between old-cut diamond terminals, length 6.1cm £400-600 (plus 24% BP*) 179. A DIAMOND SET PANEL BROOCH, of pierced design, modelled as a star and horn enclosed by a wreath, set with graduated single and rose-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, width 3cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 180. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the old brilliant-cut diamond in millegrain collet setting, to shank stamped ‘18ct plat’, diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, ring size L½ £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 181. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the old brilliant-cut diamond in collet setting, to a panelled shank set throughout with singlecut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, principal diamond weight approximately 0.45ct, ring size G £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 182. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the old brilliant-cut diamond in collet setting, white precious metal mounted, diamond weight approximately 0.60ct, ring size L½ £350-450 (plus 24% BP*) 183. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the cushion-shaped mixed-cut sapphire claw set within a border of nine old-cut diamonds, yellow precious metal mounted, with later shank, total diamond weight approximately 0.45ct, ring size O £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 184. A DIAMOND FULL HOOP RING, set throughout with round brilliant-cut diamonds, the 18ct white gold mount with scroll engraved decoration, ring size L (leading edge) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 185. A SAPPHIRE FIVE STONE RING, the graduated cushionshaped mixed-cut sapphires spaced by rose-cut diamonds points, to a scroll pierced gallery, 18ct gold mounted, (one diamond deficient), ring size Q £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 186. A DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, the scroll engraved mount inset with a line of seven round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct white gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.90ct, ring size O (leading edge) £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 187. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval mixed-cut sapphire claw set within a border of round brilliant-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.60ct, ring size K £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 188. A SYNTHETIC SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PANEL BROOCH, centred with an oval mixed-cut synthetic sapphire and round brilliant-cut diamond cluster, to an openwork navette-shaped panel highlighted with further diamonds to the cardinal points, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, length 5.5cm £750-950 (plus 24% BP*) 189. A DIAMOND FLORAL SPRAY BROOCH, modelled as a flowerhead cluster framed by a foliate spray with ribbon tie, set throughout with graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds, the white precious metal mount stamped ‘18ct’, length 4.9cm £600-800 (plus 24% BP*)

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190. A DIAMOND LINE BRACELET, of articulated design, with graduated old-cut diamonds in millegrain square settings, on a brick-link bracelet, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 3ct, length approximately 17.5cm £1500-2000 (plus 24% BP*) 191. A PEARL SET COLLAR NECKLACE, the fine-link necklace composed of chevron pierced panels, spaced by two pearls, on a trace-link back chain with later clasp, white precious metal mounted, (pearls untested for origin), length 35.5cm £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

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192. A DIAMOND SET PANEL BRACELET, centred with articulated panels of pierced design, millegrain set with graduated brilliant and single-cut diamonds, on an expanding baton-link bracelet, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 0.60ct, length 16.5cm £800-1000 (plus 24% BP*)

193. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamond in raised six-claw setting, to an 18ct white gold mount with knife-edge shoulders, hallmarked for Birmingham 1994 and numbered ‘SM AW2GF’, maker’s mark ‘MJJ’, diamond weight 4.64ct, ring size P½ Accompanied by a report issued by AnchorCert stating that the diamond weighing 4.64ct is VS2 clarity and M colour, with very good symmetry, good cut and good polish, report no. 20032383, dated 15 March 2017. Diamond girdle laser inscribed ‘ACG 20032383’. Also accompanied by a valuation for insurance document issued by SafeGuard, dated 15 February 2016, SafeMark AW2GF. £20000-30000 (plus 24% BP*) 194.THREE DIAMOND SET RINGS, comprising a diamond five stone ring, set with graduated single and old-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, a diamond panel ring, highlighted with single-cut diamonds, stamped ‘18ct & pt’, and a diamond three stone ring, millegrain set with single and brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, ring sizes P½, O and M½ respectively(3) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 195.THREE DIAMOND SET PENDANTS, comprising a diamond single stone pendant, the round brilliant-cut diamond in four claw setting, on an 18ct white gold fine curb-link chain, a similar pendant, the oval old-cut diamond in collet setting, on an 18ct white gold chain, and an emerald and diamond three stone pendant, stamped ‘14k’, on a fine fancy-link chain, first pendant diamond weight approximately 0.20ct (3) £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 196. A RUBY AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, horizontally set with navette-shaped rubies and brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, ring size N £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 197. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include five bar brooches, three pairs of earhoops, an oval shell cameo brooch, stamped ‘9ct’, a pair of 9ct gold and shell cameo earstuds, assorted further earstuds, a cross pendant, and a charm bracelet, cameo brooch length 4.1cm £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

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198. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising an 18ct gold pendant watch, with manual wind movement, on a curb-link chain, an engraved heart-shaped locket pendant, on a fancy-link chain, stamped ‘750’, a further heart-shaped pendant, on a flattened curb-link chain stamped ‘14k’, and a 9ct gold fine boxlink chain, pendant watch length 3.4cm (4) £400-600 (plus 24% BP*) 199. FOUR BANGLES, the first a slave bangle, with interior presentation inscription dated 1918, stamped ‘9 .375’, together with two cabochon set bangles, of hinged oval form, and a further bangle of hinged form, designed as a belt buckle, first bangle inner diameter 7.7cm (4) £150-250 (plus 24% BP*) 200. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a 9ct gold signet ring, a curb-link bracelet with charm suspension (fittings deficient), a ropetwist-link chain, a silver-gilt bangle, a pair of coral corallium rubrum earstuds, and a pair of cluster earstuds (6) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 201.TWO EMERALD DRESS RINGS, the first a rectangular panel ring, highlighted with green enamel and lasque-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, the second a five stone ring, spaced by diamond points, first ring size K (2) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 202. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the old-cut diamond in collet setting, to shank stamped ‘18ct P’, ring size H £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 203. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the old-cut diamond in hexagonal setting, above a pierced gallery, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18kt’, ring size L½ £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 204. A DIAMOND SET BAR BROOCH, the uniform bar applied with a pierced circular cluster bordered with old-cut diamonds, stamped ‘9ct’ (one diamond deficient), length 5.2cm £300-400 (plus 24% BP*)

205. A RUSSIAN ART NOUVEAU DIAMOND SET BAR BROOCH, centred with a trio of millegrain set old-cut diamonds, to an openwork panel and tapered bar of sinuous foliate design, highlighted with further old and rose-cut diamonds, with 56 standard gold mark and further indistinct marks to pin, length 8.4cm £400-600 (plus 24% BP*)

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206. AN ANTIQUE GATE-LINK BRACELET, composed of wide six-bar links, stamped ‘15’, length 18cm £500-600 (plus 24% BP*) 207. A COLLECTION OF ENAMEL, JET AND AGATE JEWELLERY, comprising an elongated oval brooch, the central panel depicting a spray of edelweiss flowerheads, to a black enamel Greek key border, a banded black agate panel brooch, of scalloped outline, an oval carved jet panel brooch, an oval carved jet pendant, with later bead additions, on black faceted bead necklace, a carved jet cross brooch, and further simulated jet items, first brooch length 7.8cm (13) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 208. A FACETED ONYX AND ROCK CRYSTAL BEAD NECKLACE, with clasp stamped ‘9ct’, a faceted jet serpent bracelet, and assorted black paste and plastic beaded jewellery, contained in rectangular case, first necklace length 72cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 209. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the circular mixed-cut sapphire claw set within a border of round brilliantcut diamonds, to a textured hoop, stamped ‘18ct’, together with a diamond set gypsy ring, a further gypsy ring, a 9ct gold engraved wedding band, and a micromosaic panel brooch, first ring size R (leading edge) (5) £350-450 (plus 24% BP*) 210. A DANISH BROOCH AND EARCLIPS SUITE BY JØRGEN FRANDSEN, of pierced leaf design, the brooch signed ‘JF’ and stamped ‘585’, the earclips unsigned, with maker’s cases, brooch length 6.9cm (2) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 211. A DIAMOND DOUBLE CLUSTER RING, of crossover design, set with two flowerhead clusters of old-cut diamonds, the shank stamped ‘18’, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, ring size L £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 212. A DIAMOND PANEL RING, the openwork oval panel highlighted with graduated old and single-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, indistinctly marked, ring size M £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 213. A DIAMOND SET PANEL RING, the rosette-shaped panel of pierced design, millegrain set with rose and lasque-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, ring size M £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 214. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated old brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘plat’, total diamond weight approximately 2.70ct, ring size N £2000-3000 (plus 24% BP*) 215. A DIAMOND FULL HOOP ETERNITY RING, set throughout with round brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 3ct, ring size P £1500-2000 (plus 24% BP*) 216. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE JEWELLERY, comprising a Victorian locket pendant, on a jet baton and bead-link chain, a black beaded fringe collar necklace, with ribbon fitting, and a necklace and bracelet suite, composed of faceted flowerhead panels (later fittings), pendant length 5cm (4) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 217. A COLLECTION OF BROOCHES AND STICK PINS, to include an old-cut diamond and turquoise set stick pin, two banded agate stick pins, an oval shell cameo stick pin, a Victorian memorial brooch (later fittings), an oval chalcedony panel brooch, and further items (17) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

218. A FANCY-LINK LONG CHAIN, of paper-link design, the bead spacers alternately decorated with ropetwist wirework and beaded clusters, stamped ‘9ct’, with swivel clasp, length 136cm £150-250 (plus 24% BP*) 219. A 9CT GOLD BANGLE, of hinged oval form, decorated with foliate scrolls to a textured ground, inner diameter 6.3cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 220. A COLLECTION OF CHARMS, comprising various 9ct gold and yellow metal examples, to include a lantern, with coral corallium rubrum drop, a locomotive and a motor car (16) £350-450 (plus 24% BP*) 221. A COLLECTION OF CHARMS, comprising various 9ct gold, yellow and white metal examples, to include a 9ct gold and enamel sentry box, a model of the Tower of Pisa, stamped ‘750’, and a teapot (25) £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 222. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a turquoise and half pearl set graduated curb-link bracelet, suspending assorted charms and pendants, to include an Edwardian sapphire and seed pearl pendant, a hardstone set drum seal, and a gold 5 Francs coin (half pearls untested for origin), together with a garnet cluster ring (one stone deficient), a Masonic charm, and a cased Maundy money set, bracelet length approximately 17cm (4) £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 223. A SAPPHIRE SET BANGLE AND A CHAIN, the bangle of hinged oval form, pierced and engraved with flowerheads and foliage, highlighted with graduated circular-cut sapphires, 9ct gold mounted, the chain of paper-link design, with clasp stamped ‘9ct’, bangle inner diameter 5.6cm (2) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 224. A COLLECTION OF RINGS, comprising a 9ct gold and cultured pearl dress ring, a synthetic ruby dress ring, an engraved signet ring, an onyx signet ring, monogrammed, an oval shell cameo ring, and two further rings (7) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 225. A CHARM BRACELET, the fancy-link bracelet stamped ‘9 .375’, suspending assorted 9ct gold and yellow metal charms, to include a harp and a magnifying glass, length 16.5cm £120-180 (plus 24% BP*) 226. A COLLECTION OF GEM SET JEWELLERY, comprising a moonstone and ruby set line bracelet (one stone deficient), a cultured pearl and gem set flower brooch, 9ct gold mounted, a ruby and diamond set dress ring, and an amethyst set dress ring, bracelet length 17.5cm (4) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 227.THREE DIAMOND SET RINGS, comprising a single stone ring, the round brilliant-cut diamond in illusion setting, 18ct white gold mounted, a flowerhead cluster ring, set with single-cut diamonds, stamped ‘18ct plat’, and a further cluster set ring, 18ct gold mounted, (two diamonds deficient), first ring size K½ (3) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 228. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a 22ct gold wedding band, an 18ct white gold wedding band, a 9ct gold cased lady’s bracelet watch (hallmarks rubbed), and a shell cameo brooch (4) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

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229. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a multi-strand freshwater pearl necklace, with clasp stamped ‘14k’, a freshwater pearl collar necklace, a pair of 9ct gold earhoops, a silver torque collar necklace, a gentleman’s Roamer wristwatch, and further jewellery, to include assorted costume items £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

241. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a cabochon set floral spray brooch, 9ct gold mounted, a fancy-link bracelet with padlock clasp, stamped ‘9ct’, a 9ct gold box-link chain, and a gilt metal chain, brooch length 4.5cm (4) £150-250 (plus 24% BP*)

230. A COLLECTION OF RINGS, to include a heat treated amber dress ring, with Soviet gold mark for 583 standard, four gem set white metal dress rings, two further white metal rings, and a pair of earstuds, first ring size Q (7) £70-90 (plus 24% BP*)

242. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a hollow curb-link bracelet, with padlock clasp stamped ‘15ct’, a similar bracelet, with clasp stamped ‘9k’, a fancy baton-link bracelet, a 9ct gold cross pendant on belcher-link chain, a 9ct gold bell charm, and two padlock clasps (7) £250-350 (plus 24% BP*)

231. A COLLECTION OF GEM SET DRESS RINGS, comprising a sapphire and diamond stylised cluster ring, stamped ‘18k 750’, a diamond set dress ring, stamped ‘14k’, a blue cabochon set dress ring, of foliate design, also stamped ‘14k’, an opal cluster ring, stamped ‘10k’, and an opal doublet dress ring, first ring size S (5) £300-500 (plus 24% BP*)

243. A COLLECTION OF BROOCHES, comprising an oval shell cameo brooch, a plaited hairwork memorial panel brooch, with monogram, two bar brooches, an enamel butterfly brooch, a further butterfly brooch, a silver ballerina brooch, three hardstone brooches, and three further examples, first brooch length 4.9cm (13) £150-250 (plus 24% BP*)

232. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN LORGNETTES, engraved throughout with flowerheads and foliate scrolls, accompanied by a later curb-link chain, length 8.5cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

244. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a gilt metal Albert chain with T-bar and pendant suspensions, a Victorian silver open face pocket watch, a Victorian foliate engraved locket, a metal mounted bone propelling pencil, and further items £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

233. A VICTORIAN MEMORIAL BROOCH, containing a plaited hairwork panel, with foliate scroll borders, together with an onyx and seed pearl panel brooch, an Art Nouveau style panel brooch, and a silver shield fob, inscribed, first brooch length 4.7cm (4) £30-50 (plus 24% BP*) 234. A DIAMOND SET RING AND A WEDDING BAND, the first with a pierced channel of three round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, the second of twisted design, 18ct yellow and white gold mounted, ring sizes M½ and N½ respectively (2) £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 235. AN AMETHYST BROOCH, the circular mixed-cut amethyst claw set to a scroll engraved circular panel, 9ct gold mounted, together with a pendant on chain, brooch diameter 3.4cm (2) £70-90 (plus 24% BP*) 236. A COLLECTION OF BROOCHES, comprising a diamond and gem set bar brooch, 9ct gold mounted, a turquoise and seed pearl set panel brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, a coral corallium rubrum and seed pearl spray brooch, a 15ct gold panel brooch, an enamel butterfly, and two further examples (pearls untested for origin) (7) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 237. A DIAMOND SET CROSS PENDANT, highlighted with single-cut diamonds, 9ct white gold mounted, on a fine fancy-link chain stamped ‘10kt’, together with a white stone half hoop ring, also 9ct white gold mounted, and a white stone set bangle, mounted in silver, pendant length 3.7cm (3) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

245. A COLLECTION OF RINGS, comprising an illusion set diamond single stone ring, 9ct gold mounted, a diamond set wide band ring, also 9ct gold mounted, a 9ct gold serpent ring, and four 9ct gold engraved wedding bands, first ring size L (7) £150-250 (plus 24% BP*) 246.TWO HARDSTONE SIGNET RINGS, the first inset with an oval bloodstone panel, the second inset with an octagonal cornelian panel, both 18ct gold mounted, together with an 18ct gold keeper ring, first ring size I (3) £150-250 (plus 24% BP*) 247. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, to include a horseshoe and riding crop bar brooch, a further horseshoe brooch, a horse’s head brooch, a cultured pearl wreath brooch, three bangles, a bead necklace, a collection of unmounted conch shell cameos, two Victorian silver panel brooches, and further items, first brooch length 5.3cm £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 248. A RUBY AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH, the oval mixedcut ruby claw set within a border of lasque-cut diamonds, to a uniform bar, length 5.2cm £120-180 (plus 24% BP*) 249.TWO RINGS, the first a 22ct gold wedding band, the second a 9ct gold signet ring, initialled, ring sizes L½ and M respectively (2) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

238. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising four gem set rings, a single strand graduated pearl necklace (pearls untested for origin), a shell cameo panel, a silver wine label, assorted brooches, and further items £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

250. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a diamond crossover ring, the principal old-cut diamond framed by lasque-cut diamond shoulders, (three diamonds deficient), a single strand cultured pearl necklace, a 9ct gold Mizpah ring, a baroque pearl dress ring (pearls untested for origin), and further items, first ring size M (10) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

239. A 9CT GOLD BOOK MARK BY ASPREY & CO LTD, with sprung rectangular marker and engine-turned decoration, signed and hallmarked for London 1934, in fitted maker’s case, length 6.9cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

251. A SYNTHETIC RUBY SINGLE STONE RING, the circular mixed-cut synthetic ruby in millegrain collet setting, stamped ‘18ct’, ring size N £70-90 (plus 24% BP*)

240. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a diamond and gem set buckle ring, stamped ‘18ct P’, (five stones deficient), two sections of fine fancy-link chain, four further sections of chain, each with pin fitting, two swivel clasps, and assorted loose cultured pearls, ring size approximately J £70-90 (plus 24% BP*)

252. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a black enamel and half pearl memorial ring, an oval agate panel brooch, a 9ct gold hinged bangle, with foliate scroll engraved decoration, a smaller white metal hinged bangle, a silver sovereign case, two thimbles, and a cross, ring size R (8) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

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253. A GEORGIAN GILT METAL TIARA, depicting a frieze of classical motifs, incorporating flowerheads, foliage, lyres and swags, on ribbon fitting, length 17cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 254. A SHELL CAMEO BRACELET, comprising six oval shell cameos, each carved to depict a classical female portrait profile, within ropetwist borders, gilt metal mounted, length 20cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 255. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a curb-link bracelet, stamped ‘9 .375’, a cabochon rose quartz single stone ring, a white paste pendant necklace, a panel bracelet with padlock clasp, and further items, first bracelet length 20cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 256. A COLLECTION OF BAR BROOCHES, the first with pheasant terminal, highlighted by polychrome enamel, stamped ‘9ct’, the second with a seed pearl set foliate panel, stamped ‘9ct’, together with a 9ct gold cross bar brooch, and three further examples (pearls untested for origin), first brooch length 5.1cm (6) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 257. A HALF PEARL AND GEM SET BROOCH/PENDANT, designed as a star enclosed by a hexafoil, centred with a cabochon opal framed by graduated seed pearls and circular-cut red stones, stamped ‘9ct’ (pearls untested for origin), together with an oval shell cameo brooch, a micromosaic and goldstone panel brooch, 15ct gold mounted, a mother of pearl panel brooch, and a paste brooch, first pendant/brooch length 3.9cm (5) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

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267. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a 9ct gold cased lady’s wristwatch, monogrammed, with expanding baton-link bracelet, a silver-gilt oval hinged bangle, with foliate scroll engraved decoration, four further bangles, a silver-gilt medallion, a fancy-link bracelet, and other items, watch case length 2.7cm £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 268. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a fancy gatelink bracelet, with reeded decoration, stamped ‘15c’, a further gate-link bracelet, with engraved padlock clasp stamped ‘9ct’, an oval locket pendant, profusely engraved with flowerheads and foliage, suspended from a ropetwist-link chain, and a silver ingot pendant, first bracelet length 17.5cm (4) £400-600 (plus 24% BP*)

Lot 257A 257A. AN ANTIQUE COIN BROOCH BY CASTELLANI, mounted circa 1865, the gold wire frame with maker’s signature to reverse, diameter 2.1cm For a similar brooch by Castellani see Understanding Jewellery by David Bennett and Daniela Mascetti, Antique Collectors’ Club Ltd, Suffolk, 2010, page 171 £400-600 (plus 24% BP*) 258. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising an amethyst brooch and earclips suite, of scrolled panel form with flowerhead highlights, a floral panel bracelet, a pair of flowerhead brooches, a ribbon brooch, and three further items (9) £70-90 (plus 24% BP*) 259. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, two colour precious metal mounted, together with a 22ct gold wedding band, first ring size L½ (2) £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 260. A HALF SOVEREIGN PENDANT ON CHAIN, the Victoria half sovereign dated 1899, in pierced and textured mount, suspended from a 9ct gold fine fancy-link chain, together with a 9ct gold and gem set pendant on chain, first pendant length 3.9cm (2) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 261. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a 22ct gold wedding band, a 9ct gold and bloodstone signet ring, a 9ct gold monogrammed signet ring, an engraved locket pendant, on belcher-link chain stamped ‘9ct’, two open face fob watches, a green paste cluster brooch, and further items £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 262.TWO BAR BROOCHES, each with a seed pearl and gem set pierced panel, stamped ‘9ct’, cased (pearls untested for origin), lengths 4.4cm and 4.9cm (2) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 263. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL CHAIN, of fancy-link design, with swivel clasp, and a single strand graduated cultured pearl necklace, chain length 40.5cm (2) £600-800 (plus 24% BP*) 264. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising an oval white paste locket pendant on chain, a plaited hairwork memorial panel brooch, monogrammed, with later fitting, a gilt metal fancy curb-link chain, with later fittings, a garnet bead necklace, a charm bracelet, and further items, locket length 5.9cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 265. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising two single strand coral corallium rubrum branch necklaces, a coral corallium rubrum bead brooch, a silver celtic style brooch, an agate bracelet, a citrine single stone dress ring, a lady’s bracelet watch, and further items £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 266. FOUR 9CT GOLD RINGS, comprising a diamond set signet ring, a white stone ring, an engraved wedding band, and a further wedding band, first ring size U (4) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

269. A LATE VICTORIAN PANEL BROOCH, decorated with foliage and scrolls, 9ct gold mounted, hallmarked for Birmingham 1895 (later fittings), together with a pierced and engraved Maltese cross pendant, and a pair of ear pendants, brooch length 4.3cm (3) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 270. A HARDSTONE FOB SEAL, with rotating cornelian and bloodstone panels, the 18ct gold mount with chain-link surmount, length 3.3cm £80-100 (plus 24% BP*) 271. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising two diamond set rings, a 22ct gold slim wedding band, three further dress rings, an agate panel brooch, a portrait panel brooch, and a bracelet (9) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 272. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising various silver and white metal items, to include a silver bead-link necklace by Links of London, a gilt herringbone-link collar necklace, a silver textured panel bracelet, and a silver baton-link chain, together with assorted coinage and further items £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 273.TWO 18CT GOLD WEDDING BANDS, the first a lady’s white gold band, with scroll engraved sides, the second a yellow gold court section band, ring sizes M½ and R (2) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 274. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising an 18ct gold signet ring, monogrammed, a further signet ring, three fine fancy-link chains, a 9ct gold cross pendant, inscribed, a 9ct gold wedding band, two hinged bangles, assorted brooches and further items £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 275.TWO BEAD NECKLACES, the first a graduated single strand coral corallium rubrum bead necklace, the second a mother of pearl bead necklace, suspending a pierced circular pendant with star motif, first necklace length 41.5cm (2) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*) 276. A SMALL COLLECTION OF RINGS, comprising a diamond five stone ring, stamped ‘18ct’, a cultured pearl cluster ring, stamped ‘9ct’, and a 22ct gold wedding band, first ring size L (3) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 277. AN EDWARD VII HALF SOVEREIGN, dated 1909 £80-100 (plus 24% BP*) 278. A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN, dated 1911 £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 279.TWO GEORGE V SOVEREIGNS, dated 1911 and 1913 (2) £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 280.THREE HALF SOVEREIGNS, comprising a Victoria half sovereign, dated 1896, and two Edward VII half sovereigns, dated 1907 and 1910 (3) £250-350 (plus 24% BP*)

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281.TWO SOVEREIGN PENDANTS ON CHAINS, the first a Victoria sovereign, dated 1887, loose mounted in scrolled pendant frame stamped ‘9ct’, the second an Edward VII sovereign, dated 1903, loose mounted in a 9ct gold ropetwist pendant frame, each on a 9ct gold fancy-link chain, first pendant length 3.3cm (2) £350-550 (plus 24% BP*) 282.TWO HALF SOVEREIGNS, comprising a Victoria half sovereign, dated 1887, and a George V half sovereign, dated 1911 (2) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 283. AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN FOUR DUCATS GOLD COIN, and two one ducat gold coins (3) £400-500 (plus 24% BP*) 284. FOUR HALF SOVEREIGNS, comprising three Victoria half sovereigns, dated 1897, 1898 and 1900, an Edward VII half sovereign, dated 1908, and eight assorted further coins (12) £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 285.TWO SOVEREIGNS, comprising a Victoria sovereign, dated 1869, and an Edward VII sovereign, dated 1909 (2) £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 286. AN ELIZABETH II PROOF SOVEREIGN, dated 1981, cased £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 287.THREE CUT STEEL AIGRETTES, depicting star and crescent motifs, each with hinged double pin fitting, largest panel length 3.9cm (3) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

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288. A GOLD KRUGERRAND PENDANT, the 1oz krugerrand dated 1974, in 9ct gold engraved mount with scrolled surmount, length 5.1cm £800-900 (plus 24% BP*) 289. FIVE SOVEREIGNS, comprising a George IV sovereign, dated 1825, two Victoria sovereigns, dated 1853 and 1879, a George V example, dated 1927, and an Edward VII example, dated 1904 (5) £700-900 (plus 24% BP*) 290.TWO VICTORIA SOVEREIGN PENDANTS, dated 1887 and 1888, each with scrolled pendant mount, length 3.2cm (2) £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 291. A CHARM BRACELET, the 9ct gold curb-link bracelet with padlock clasp, suspending a collection of charms, to include a George V half sovereign pendant, an abacus, stamped ‘14k’, and a tankard, length approximately 18cm £800-1000 (plus 24% BP*) 292.THREE CABOCHON SET DRESS RINGS, comprising two oval opal cabochon rings, each with collet setting, and an oval jade cabochon ring, with claw setting, stamped ‘14k’, ring sizes O and M (3) £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 293.THREE FANCY-LINK CHAINS, the first composed of alternate baton and trace links, suspending a tassel pendant, the second of similar design, both yellow precious metal mounted, the third composed of alternate baton and ropetwist links, 9ct gold mounted, together with a locket pendant, of engraved design, first chain length 136cm (4) £150-250 (plus 24% BP*) 294. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL PENDANT ON CHAIN, the circular pendant with Oriental character motifs and scroll pierced border, indistinctly marked, suspended from a box-link chain stamped ‘18k’, pendant diameter 4.35cm (2) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 295.THREE BRACELETS, comprising two bracelets of curb-link design, each with 9ct gold padlock clasp, and a 9ct gold bracelet of ropetwist design (3) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 296. FOUR CHAINS, comprising three 9ct gold chains, of belcherlink, curb-link and fancy-link design, and a further fine curb-link chain, stamped ‘585’ (4) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 297. A COLLECTION OF RINGS, comprising a garnet and diamond oval cluster ring, 18ct gold mounted, a sapphire and white stone oval cluster ring, 9ct gold mounted, a white stone dress ring, a puzzle ring, two wedding bands, and a further band, first ring size N (7) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 298. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a fancy-link bracelet, with Austrian gold mark and coin suspension, an Albert chain, with swivel clasps and T-bar, stamped ‘9c’, a long chain, a bloodstone seal fob, a coral corallium rubrum branch necklace, and a nephrite pendant on chain, first bracelet length 19.5cm (6) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 299. A COLLECTION OF BANGLES, each with continuous engraved and textured decoration, stamped ‘14k’, inner diameter aproximately 7cm (8) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

301. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER BROOCHES, to include a plaited hairwork memorial brooch, a tortoiseshell piqué work crescent brooch, a blue and white paste rectangular panel brooch, stamped ‘935’, two garnet set brooches, and further examples (15) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 302.TWO ABSTRACT PENDANTS, the first of circular openwork form with part frosted finish, applied with a series of textured circular panels, on a paper-link chain, the second a silver rectangular panel, on a snake-link chain, first pendant length 6.5cm (2) £50-70 (plus 24% BP*) 303. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, to include a fan-shaped brooch, highlighted with graduated hexagonal step-cut amethysts, a green and white paste panel bracelet, with foliate decorated sides, stamped ‘835’, a similarly set lizard brooch, a white paste buckle, a similarly set cross pendant, and further items, first brooch length 6.4cm £150-250 (plus 24% BP*) 304. A COLLECTION OF BUCKLES, BROOCHES AND STICK PINS, of varied design, to include mother of pearl, plastic and paste set examples £60-80 (plus 24% BP*) 305. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE JEWELLERY, comprising a Georgian panel brooch, painted to depict cherubs on ivory, within a double row white paste border spaced by engraved foliage, glazed verso (later fittings), a Victorian panel brooch, centred with an ivory cameo carved to depict the Doves of Pliny, to a scroll decorated mount, glazed verso, a lava cameo bracelet, and two micromosaic panel bracelets, first brooch length 5.2cm (5) £400-600 (plus 24% BP*) 306. A RUSSIAN ENAMEL EGG PENDANT, decorated with polychrome cloisonné enamel foliage and scrolls, the loop with 84 standard silver mark and indistinct maker’s mark, length 3.6cm £70-90 (plus 24% BP*) 307. A NORWEGIAN ‘DRAGESTIL’ BROOCH BY J. TOSTRUP, of circular openwork form, depicting a stylised mythical dragon of scrolled design, signed and stamped ‘830S’, together with an Art Nouveau style panel brooch, stamped ‘900’, and a gem set panel brooch, first brooch length 3.1cm (3) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*) 308. A COLLECTION OF BROOCHES, comprising a stylised flowerhead brooch, by N. E. From, signed and stamped ‘Sterling Denmark’, with later clasp fitting, a Victorian silver boss brooch, a hardstone and gem set panel brooch, a filigree flowerhead brooch, and two further examples, first brooch length 4.4cm (6) £70-90 (plus 24% BP*) 309. A NORWEGIAN ENAMEL BROOCH BY ANDRESEN & SCHEINPFLUG, the crescent-shaped panel heightened with white enamel, signed and stamped ‘925S’, together with a cabochon amethyst set panel brooch by St Justin, first brooch length 4.1cm (2) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*) 310. A ‘KNEELING FAWN’ SILVER PANEL BROOCH BY GEORG JENSEN, numbered 256, signed and stamped ‘Sterling Denmark’, with import marks for London 1959, width 4.5cm £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

300. AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN GEM SET PENDANT, the pierced and engraved scrolled panel highlighted with blister pearls and step-cut beryls in closed foil-backed settings, (two pearls deficient, pearls untested for origin), together with a gilt metal curb-link Albert chain, and two paste and simulated pearl pendants, first pendant length 5.8cm (4) £150-250 (plus 24% BP*)

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311. A GEM SET COLLAR NECKLACE AND BRACELET SUITE, mounted in silver, necklace length approximately 40cm (2) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*) 312. A CARVED HARDSTONE PENDANT NECKLACE, the pierced and carved decorated hardstone panel suspended from a single strand vari-coloured bead necklace, with metal spacers, together with an amethyst bead necklace, and a bangle, first necklace length 60cm (3) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 313. A COLLECTION OF NECKLACES, comprising a coral corallium rubrum single strand branch necklace, a rose quartz single strand bead necklace, and assorted further examples £60-80 (plus 24% BP*) 314. A COLLECTION OF COSTUME JEWELLERY, to include assorted bead necklaces, chains and brooches, contained in case £40-60 (plus 24% BP*) 315. A CORAL BEAD NECKLACE, comprising a single strand of coral corallium rubrum beads (clasp deficient), length 32.5cm £150-250 (plus 24% BP*) 316. A COLLECTION OF ITEMS BY ILIAS LALAOUNIS, comprising a white metal box, of cylindrical reeded form, the detachable cover inset with a reproduction coin of a classical amphora and fruiting vines, signed and stamped ‘H43 GREECE 925’, together with two brass and white metal boxes, of similar design, a circular brass and white metal paperweight, two shallow circular dishes, and a collection of ten greetings cards, variously inset with classical reproduction coins and plaques, first box diameter 14cm (16) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 317. AN AVENTURINE QUARTZ BEAD NECKLACE, comprising a single strand of graduated beads, length 50cm £50-70 (plus 24% BP*) 318. A COLLECTION OF GARNET AND CULTURED PEARL SET JEWELLERY, comprising a garnet cluster ring and earstuds suite, yellow precious metal mounted, a similarly set pendant on chain, a garnet and cultured pearl cluster ring, a pair of similarly set earstuds, a garnet bead necklace, and a cultured pearl double strand necklace (7) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 319. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a 22ct gold slim wedding band, an 18ct gold similar example, a diamond three stone ring, three white stone dress rings, and a garnet pendant necklace (7) £150-250 (plus 24% BP*) 320. A FANCY-LINK BRACELET, of geometric panel design, stamped ‘9ct’, accompanied by a spare bracelet link, a slim wedding band and further loose watch/chain links, bracelet length 17.5cm £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 321. A CROSS PENDANT, engraved with foliate scrolls and stamped ‘9ct’, suspended from a trace-link chain, together with a 9ct gold paper-link chain, pendant length 3.8cm (2) £50-70 (plus 24% BP*) 322. A COLLECTION OF ASSORTED COSTUME JEWELLERY, to include necklaces, brooches and earrings, and a gentleman’s gilt metal wristwatch by Rotary £40-60 (plus 24% BP*) 323. A COLLECTION OF COSTUME JEWELLERY, to include assorted bangles, necklaces, earrings, brooches and further items £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

324.TWO WATCHES, the first a lady’s fob watch, with blue guilloche enamel case back, on a trace-link chain, the second a lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, first watch length 3.9cm (2) £50-70 (plus 24% BP*) 325. A LADY’S ‘CONSTELLATION’ WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular signed dial with bead markers and outer minute scale, to bi-colour case and tapered bracelet, with Roman numerals to bezel, (some damage to dial), case length 2.6cm £60-80 (plus 24% BP*) 326.TWO WATCHES, the first an open face fob watch, with Roman numerals and three colour foliate decorated dial, to profusely engraved case stamped ‘k18’, the second a lady’s mechanical wristwatch by Marvin, with later unassociated strap, first watch case diameter 3.8cm (2) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 327. A LADY’S BRACELET WATCH, the circular signed dial with alternate Arabic numerals and arrowhead markers, to a jewelled manual movement, dial and movement signed Universal, in a 9ct white gold Dennison case, the tapered mesh-link bracelet with clasp stamped ‘14k’, case length 2.1cm £150-180 (plus 24% BP*) 328. A COLLECTION OF WATCHES, comprising a 9ct gold half hunter pocket watch, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial (glass deficient), an open face fob watch, with reeded case, monogrammed to reverse, a lady’s Cyma bracelet watch, with expanding baton-link bracelet, and two open face pocket watches, first watch case diameter 4.8cm (5) £400-600 (plus 24% BP*) 329. A COLLECTION OF WATCHES, to include a gentleman’s ‘De Ville’ quartz wristwatch by Omega, cased, a 9ct gold cased lady’s wristwatch, the dial signed Avia, (winder deficient), a gentleman’s gilt metal wristwatch by Laco, a white metal open face fob watch, and nine further watches (13) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 330.TWO LADY’S WRISTWATCHES, the first with a square silvered dial, signed Frax, to a yellow precious metal tapered and articulated bracelet, the case stamped ‘585 14k’, the second with 9ct gold case and gilt metal expanding bracelet, first watch case length 2.1cm (2) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 331. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH BY OMEGA, the circular signed silvered dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers, to a signed manual wind movement, the case numbered 7115527, on a tapered textured bracelet, in maker’s box, dial diameter 1.65cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 332.THREE WATCHES, the first a gun metal open face fob watch, with keyless wind movement, suspended from a white metal belcher-link chain, the second a lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, the movement and dial signed Audax, on a leather strap, the third a gentleman’s wristwatch by Rotary, first watch case diameter 2.85cm (3) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*) 333. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD WRISTWATCH, the circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and outer minute scale, to jewelled manual movement signed Rolex Prima, the foliate engraved case with import marks for 1929, sponsor’s mark rubbed, on later unassociated fabric strap, case length 2.4cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

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334. A LADY’S STAINLESS STEEL ‘OYSTER PERPETUAL DATEJUST’ WRISTWATCH BY ROLEX, the circular white dial with silvered Roman numerals and magnified date display, to a Jubilee-link bracelet, dial, crown and bracelet signed, with maker’s box and papers, guarantee card with model ref. 179174, serial no. M112945, purchase date 25 July 2009, case length 3.2cm £800-1200 (plus 24% BP*)

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335. A LADY’S DIAMOND SET WRISTWATCH, the circular dial with Arabic numerals and outer minute scale, framed by a rose-cut diamond bezel, with jewelled movement signed Rolex, in gold case with indistinct London import marks, the expanding baton-link bracelet stamped ‘9ct’ (winder deficient), dial diameter 2.45cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

342. A GENTLEMAN’S ‘OYSTER PRECISION’ WRISTWATCH BY ROLEX, circa 1967, the circular signed silvered dial with arrowhead markers and centre seconds hand, to stainless steel case and Oyster-link bracelet, case numbered 1489456 and 6426, case length 4.1cm £700-900 (plus 24% BP*)

336. A WATCH HEAD BY ROLEX, the tonneau-shaped silvered dial with Arabic numerals and blued steel hands, to signed jewelled manual movement and signed 9ct gold case with foliate engraved borders, together with a lady’s wristwatch, the case stamped ‘18k 0,750’, two further watch heads, a silver cased wristwatch, and a cabochon set wristwatch, first watch case length 2.5cm (6) £150-250 (plus 24% BP*)

343. A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY ROTARY, the circular signed silvered dial with alternate Arabic numerals and tapered baton markers, with subsidiary seconds dial and manual wind movement, on a later unassociated 9ct gold brick-link bracelet, with maker’s mark ‘SJ’, dial diameter 2.8cm £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

337. AN OPEN FACE FOB WATCH BY J. G. GRAVES, SHEFFIELD, the signed enamel dial with Arabic numerals and gilt decoration, to keyless wind movement and profusely engraved case with vacant cartouche, stamped ‘18k’ and numbered 245678, together with a lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch by Omega, with jewelled manual movement and unassociated strap, and a further 9ct gold cased lady’s wristwatch, with expanding gilt metal bracelet, first watch case diameter 2.45cm (3) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 338. A GENTLEMAN’S MOONPHASE WRISTWATCH BY TIFFANY & CO, the circular copper-coloured dial with gilt Arabic numerals to the quarters, bead markers, outer calendar, day and month display and moonphase with subsidiary seconds dial, to an unsigned jewelled manual movement, the case with Swiss gold mark, stamped ‘18k 0,750’ and numbered 122040, on later unassociated leather strap, case length 4.1cm £1200-1500 (plus 24% BP*) 339. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH BY AVIA, the circular signed silvered dial with baton markers, to a manual wind movement and tapered textured bracelet, the case with maker’s mark ‘DS & S’, in signed box, dial diameter 1.7cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 340. A LADY’S 18T GOLD ‘SEAMASTER’ QUARTZ WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular gilt dial with baton markers and date display, to case with Swiss gold mark and 18ct gold convention mark, numbered 5960055 7960850, on a tapered bracelet of part-reeded design, dial, movement, case and bracelet signed, case length 2.9cm £1200-1500 (plus 24% BP*) 341. A 9CT GOLD ‘OYSTER’ WRISTWATCH BY ROLEX, the circular dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute scale, subsidiary seconds dial and blued steel hands, to jewelled manual movement, case with import marks for Glasgow 1936, numbered 37632 208, the dial, case, movement and winder signed, on an unassociated 9ct gold adjustable baton-link bracelet with maker’s mark ‘B&S’, case length 3.4cm, dial diameter 2.4cm £800-1200 (plus 24% BP*)

344. A GENTLEMAN’S ‘OYSTER SPEEDKING PRECISION’ WRISTWATCH BY ROLEX, circa 1945, the circular signed dial with alternate Arabic numerals and baton markers, luminous hands and centre seconds hand, to stainless steel case with signed winder, numbered 385400, on an unassociated leather strap, case length 3.5cm £100-200 (plus 24% BP*) 345. A GENTLEMAN’S 9CT GOLD WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular signed white dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to signed manual movement numbered 5456752, the case signed Dennison, on an unassociated leather strap, (winder deficient), case diameter 3.1cm £60-80 (plus 24% BP*) 346. A 9CT GOLD WATCH HEAD BY ROLEX, the circular signed dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and worn retailer’s mark, to a jewelled manual movement signed Rolex Prima, the 9ct gold case signed ‘W&D’, with London import marks for 1923, monogrammed, winder unsigned and later replaced, case diameter 2.9cm £70-90 (plus 24% BP*) 347.TWO GOLD CASED LADY’S WATCHES, the first with circular silvered dial, Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to an 18ct gold case highlighted with rose-cut diamond set bezel, the second with circular white enamel dial and Roman numerals, to a 9ct gold case, (both with strap deficient), first watch case diameter 2.4cm (2) £150-250 (plus 24% BP*) 348.TWO LADY’S WRISTWATCHES, the first a 9ct gold bracelet watch by Cyma, with circular signed silvered dial and textured brick-link bracelet, the second with a rectagular two-tone dial, gilt Arabic numerals and case stamped ‘375’, (bracelet detached), first watch case diameter 1.65cm (2) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 349.TWO LADY’S 9CT GOLD BRACELET WATCHES, the first with circular silvered dial and gilt baton markers, to a jewelled manual movement, the dial, case and movement signed Omega, on a tapered textured bracelet with maker’s mark ‘NK’, together with a similar example, the dial signed Longines, the fancy-link bracelet with maker’s mark ‘JAM’, first watch case length 2.5cm (2) £120-150 (plus 24% BP*)

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350. AN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH AND CHAIN, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, signed P. S. Phillips, Hull, to a keyless wind movement and 18ct gold case with import marks for London 1924, monogrammed, with maker’s box, together with a curb-link Albert chain, with swivel clasps and T-bar suspension, stamped ‘15 .625’, watch case diameter 4.7cm, chain length 40cm (2) £700-900 (plus 24% BP*) 351. A VICTORIAN ENAMEL LOCKET PENDANT, of circular form, decorated with foliate scrolls to a green enamel ground, with engraved foliate and flowerhead borders and similar suspension loop, glazed compartment verso, length 4.7cm £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 352. A LADY’S BRACELET WATCH, the square silvered dial with alternate Arabic numerals and square bead markers, signed Galia, to a manual wind movement, the case of stepped design, stamped ‘18k 0,750’ with Swiss gold mark, on a 9ct gold fancy-link bracelet, dial length 1.3cm £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 353. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular signed silvered dial with baton markers, to a jewelled manual movement and case numbered 5115182, on an unassociated 9ct gold fancy-link bracelet, in maker’s box, case length 2.2cm £80-120 (plus 24% BP*) 354. A VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE FOB WATCH AND A GUARD CHAIN, the circular gilt dial with Roman numerals and outer minute scale, to an engine-turned case with vacant cartouche, hallmarked for London 1878, suspending a belcher-link guard chain, stamped ‘9c’, watch case diameter 3.9cm, chain length 138cm (2) £250-350 (plus 24% BP*) 355.TWO 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCHES, the first with floral engraved dial, Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to engine-turned case hallmarked for London 1874, with maker’s mark ‘HB’, the second a smaller similar example, hallmarked for London 1865, first watch case diameter 4.7cm (2) £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 356. A VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind movement signed James Ritchie & Son, Edinburgh, the case hallmarked for London 1875, with maker’s mark ‘LP JP’, case and movement numbered 4912, case diameter 4.9cm £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 357. AN 18CT GOLD HALF HUNTER POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a key wind ¾ plate movement signed Joyce Murray, Wood St, North Goswell Road, London, the case hallmarked for London 1866, with blue enamel chapter ring, maker’s mark ‘HB’ and presentation inscription to cuvette, movement and case numbered 14191, (glass loose), case diameter 4.7cm £400-600 (plus 24% BP*) 358. A 9CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, signed The Northern Goldsmiths Co, Newcastle and ‘Admiralty’, to keyless wind movement and Dennison case, in signed fitted box, case diameter 4.7cm £150-200 (plus 24% BP*) 359. A LADY’S 9CT WHITE GOLD BRACELET WATCH BY TISSOT, the square silvered dial with baton markers, to manual wind movement, polished case and tapered bracelet, dial, movement, case and bracelet signed, case length 1.4cm £100-150 (plus 24% BP*) 360. A LADY’S DIAMOND SET COCKTAIL WATCH, the circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, to a jewelled manual movement, single-cut diamond set case and similarly set shoulders, on a snake-link bracelet, 9ct white gold mounted, the dial and movement signed Rodania, case length 1.7cm £150-250 (plus 24% BP*) 361. A DIAMOND AND GEM SET COCKTAIL WATCH, the octagonal silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals, to a shaped and engraved case, millegrain set with old, brilliant and single-cut diamonds and square-cut synthetic sapphires, stamped ‘platinum’, on a fancy-link bracelet spaced by further brilliants, stamped ‘plat top 14k’, dial length 2.1cm £300-400 (plus 24% BP*) 362. AN OPEN FACE FOB WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and gilt foliate decoration, to keyless wind movement and profusely engraved case, stamped ‘14k’ and initialled to reverse, case diameter 3cm £80-100 (plus 24% BP*) 363. A VICTORIAN SILVER HUNTER POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to key wind ¾ plate movement by Waltham, numbered 2261539, the profusely engraved case hallmarked for Birmingham 1883, case diameter 4.3cm £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

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364. AN EDWARDIAN 18CT GOLD REPEATING OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY CHARLES FRODSHAM, No. 08965, AD.Fmsz, the signed white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to ¾ plate movement inscribed ‘By Appointment to the King, 115 New Bond Street, late of 84 Strand, London’, the case with maker’s mark ‘HMF’, hallmarked for London 1902, monogrammed to reverse, (glass loose), case diameter 5.3cm £800-1200 (plus 24% BP*) 365.THREE VICTORIAN SILVER OPEN FACE POCKET WATCHES, each with white enamel dial, Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, together with a silver graduated curb-link Albert chain, with T-bar suspension and swivel clasp, chain length 32.5cm (4) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*) 366. A GENTLEMAN’S 9CT GOLD WRISTWATCH BY ROTARY, the circular signed silvered dial with gilt arrowhead and square markers, to an unsigned jewelled movement and 9ct gold case hallmarked for London 1964, on later leather strap, case diameter 3.4cm £60-80 (plus 24% BP*) 367.THREE WATCHES, comprising two 9ct gold cased lady’s wristwatches, the first with octagonal dial, the second with engraved circular dial, and a white metal open face fob watch, (top loop deficient), first watch case length 2.5cm (3) £80-100 (plus 24% BP*)

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400. AN ART DECO STYLE SILVER AND CEDAR LINED CIGARETTE CASE with engine turned decoration, 14cm wide, London 1963 by Cohen & Charles; and a further plain rectangular cigarette case by E & N Speak 1930 (2) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

401. A PAIR OF SILVER NAPKIN RINGS in the form of stirrups mounted with foxes, 4.cm high, Birmingham 1947 by G.W. Lewis & Co; a set of three oval shaped decanter labels with gadrooned borders for Brandy, Whisky and Gin, Chester 1936 by Stokes & Ireland Ltd, 3.3 troy oz; and three further decanter labels (8) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

402. A GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH AND BEAD PATTERN SERVING SPOON, 30.5cm long, London 1804 by Stephen Adams; and a fiddle pattern serving spoon, London 1815 by Thomas Wilkes Barker, 31cm long, 7.2 troy oz (2) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

403. A GEORGE III FIDDLE AND SHELL PATTERN SILVER FISH SLICE (single struck) with a pierced blade depicting a fish, 30cm long, Edinburgh 1815 by Andrew Wilkie; and a fiddle pattern label by the same maker, 1838, 5.8 troy oz (2) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

404. A GEORGE IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SOUP LADLE, 32.5cm long, London 1820 by William Chawner II; a pair of Old English pattern tablespoons by John, Henry & Charles Lias, 1853; and two pairs of silver fiddle pattern tablespoons, one by Morris & Michael Emmanuel 1825 and one by Chawner & Co, 1869, 20 troy oz (7) £180-220 (plus 24% BP*)

405. A PAIR OF HANOVARIAN STYLE TABLESPOONS by J.M. Van Kempen & Sons of the Netherlands; and a similar spoon, 5.5 troy oz (3) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*)

406. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER BALUSTER SHAPED CREAM JUG with gadrooned boarder, matching turned foot and double ‘C’ scroll handle, 11.5cm high, London 1901 by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd; a silver mustard pot with a domed hinged lid and ball feet and blue glass liner by The Atkin Brothers 1918; a silver bowl with a Chippendale border and cabriole legs; and a pair of sugar tongs, 10.5 troy oz (5) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

407. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL PAGE TURNER with plain handle, 37cm long, London 1894, makers mark J.A.; a silver handled magnifying glass with a pistol grip and ribbon handle, the handle by The Yates Brothers, 1915, 13.5cm long; a pair of miniature Danish candlesticks; and a silver plated Ronson table lighter (5) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

408. A VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED SCENT BOTTLE with scroll and leaf engraved decoration, 4.5cm long by Thomas Hayes 1894; a silver and agate mounted thimble by James Swan & Son 1962; three circular silver photo frames; a silver posy vase; and a circular box (7) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

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409. A COLLECTION OF SILVER FLATWARE TO INCLUDE: a pair of Old English pattern toddy ladles, Sheffield 1921 by Fattorini & Sons Ltd; a fiddle pattern sauce ladle by Chawner & Co, 1862; a fiddle pattern butter knife; two teaspoons with cast figures of bowls players by Robert Pringle & Sons; and further various silver flatware, 24.5 troy oz (qty) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

410. A PAIR OF SILVER SAUCE BOATS with fluted sides and reed edges, oval stepped base and open double ‘C’ scroll handles, 14.5cm long, Birmingham 1931 by Fenton Russell & Co Ltd; and a silver mounted bottle coaster with pierced sides, 14cm diameter, Birmingham 1973 by S.J. Rose & Son (3) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

411. A COLLECTION OF SILVER PLATE TO INCLUDE: three entrée dishes; a two branch candelabra; a toast rack; sauce boat; cream jug; carving set and other items (qty) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*)

412. A GEORGE III SILVER CASTOR, baluster shaped with beaded decoration, turned stepped foot, press on drilled lid with frame finial, 13.5cm high by Robert Peaston; and a similar shaped castor, 15.5cm high by J.B. Charterley & Sons Ltd 1988, 6.5 troy oz (2) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

413. A GEORGE III SILVER OVAL SHAPED TEAPOT with two foliate engraved bands, domed lid, wooden handle and finial, London 1801 by Solomon Hougham, 17cm high, 14.4 troy oz total £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

414. A SET OF FOUR OVAL SHAPED SWEETMEAT DISHES with shaped sides and handles, 13cm long, London 1897 by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, 9.3 troy oz (4) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

415. A PAIR OF SILVER CIRCULAR SHAPED TRINKET BOXES with pierced press on lids with foliate decoration, standing on three cabriole legs and silk lined, 9cm wide, London 1912 by Alexander Clark Co. Ltd (2) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

416. A SILVER SAUCE BOAT with a wavy edge, three cabriole legs and hoof feet, and an open double ‘C’ scroll handle, 18.5cm wide, Birmingham 1929 by Alexander Clark & Co Ltd; and a further cream jug, tulip shaped with a whiplash handle, 1932 by Mappin & Webb, 11.7 troy oz (2) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

417. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER DESK INKWELL with square tapering form and canted corners, hinged lid with engraved armorial, 10cm wide; and two silver cigarette boxes (3) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

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418. A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS on turned fluted bases with matching tapering columns, 25.5cm high, Sheffield 1904 by Alexander Clark & Co Ltd £400-600 (plus 24% BP*)

419. A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN BUN SHAPED SALTS with chased floral decoration and three cabriole legs, with three blue glass liners, 7.5cm wide, London 1871 by Robert Harper; a pair of Victorian peppers by Walker & Hall; a further pepper; a mustard pot and salt and mustard spoons, 17.1 troy oz £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

420. A GEORGE III SILVER CASTOR of plain turned form and with a drilled press on lid with finial, 13cm high, London 1799 by James Mince, 3.6 troy oz; and a George III silver helmet jug with chased garland of flowers, London 1772, 3.0 troy oz (2) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

421. A COLLECTION OF SILVER TO INCLUDE: two foliated decorated posy vases by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, two napkin rings, mother of pearl handled and silver tea knives and forks, twelve pickle forks, eleven fiddle pattern teaspoons by Daniel Robertson 1836 and further items (qty) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

422. A GEORGE II SILVER PUNCH LADLE with shaped bowl and turned ebonised handle, 34cm long, London 1755; a cased set of four silver apostle spoons; and a sifter spoon 1872 by Elkington & Co (6) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

423. A MAHOGANY CASED SET OF TWELVE SILVER AND IVORY HANDLED FISH KNIVES AND FORKS, London 1873 by Henry Wilkinson; and a cased set of eighteen bright cut teaspoons by Chawner & Co 1873 (30) £120-180 (plus 24% BP*)

424. A MAHOGANY CASED SET OF TEA KNIVES AND FORKS with silver blades and filled silver handles, tapering handles with chased scroll decoration and turned and beaded knops, Sheffield 1872 by Martin Hall & Co, 35cm wide; and a further set of six knives, five forks and a serving knife and fork with engraved vine leaf decoration by Martin Hall & Co (qty) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

425. A CONTINENTAL OVAL DISH standing on four legs and with two carrying handles, 21cm long; two further dishes and a white metal jug (4) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

426. A SET OF FOUR SILVER MENU HOLDERS in the form of wishbones mounted on wirework frames, 5cm long, Birmingham 1905 by Grey & Co (4) £180-250 (plus 24% BP*)

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427. A SILVER TRUMPET VASE of flared form with fluted sides and applied scrolled edges, 21cm high, Glasgow 1913 by Stewart Dawson & Co Ltd; and a four divisional silver toast rack standing on ball feet and with a ring handle by Martin Hall & Co 1909, 9.7 troy oz (2) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

428. A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER with a beaded shaped border standing on three ball and claw feet and with an engraved armorial, 22.5cm diameter, London 1780 by Richard Carter, Daniel Smith and Robert Sharp, 15 troy oz £300-400 (plus 24% BP*)

429. A PAIR OF ELECTROPLATED BOTTLE COASTERS with grapevine decoration in relief, 18.5cm diameter and with inset silver roundels (2) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

430.TWO 18TH CENTURY BALUSTER SHAPED PEPPER POTS, both standing on turned stepped feet and with drilled press on lids, 10cm high, one dated 1728, 4.5 troy oz (2) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

431. A CONTINENTAL SILVER AND ENAMEL CIRCULAR BOX AND COVER, with import marks for Steinhart & Co of Birmingham, 7.5cm diameter £30-40 (plus 24% BP*)

432. A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT of circular squat form and beaded decoration and scrolled ebonised wooden handle, 26cm long, London 1807 by John Eames, 21.3 troy oz total £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

433. A GEORGE III SILVER GAME SKEWER with a plain ring handle, 20cm long, London 1810 by Thomas Streetin; and an Austria, Hungarian silver spoon with foliate engraved handle (2) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*)

434. A GEORGE III SILVER SNUFF BOX with cast foliate decorated sides, hinged lid with part engine turned decoration, Birmingham 1825 by Thomas Shaw, 8cm wide, 3.7 troy oz £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

435. A SILVER SAUCE BOAT of plain form with a decorative edge matching octagonal foot and plain whiplash handle, Sheffield 1933 by Walker & Hall, 17.5cm long; and an Art Deco rectangular two handled dish standing on a matching stepped foot by Walker & Hall, 8.7 troy oz (2) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

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436. A SILVER TWO HANDLED SUGAR BASIN, oval shaped with handles and matching jug, Birmingham 1912 by William Aitken; two octagonal shaped silver ashtrays with inset medallions for the Derbyshire Golf Club by S Blackensee & Sons Ltd; a shovel shaped spoon by Charles Lias; a pair of dwarf candlesticks; a silver topped glass mustard pot; two cased sets of silver handled tea knives; a cased set of six teaspoons; and two further cased sets (13) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

437. A QUANTITY OF SILVER PLATE TO INCLUDE: a pair of candlesticks, a salver, teapot and jug, toast rack and other items (qty) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*)

438. A VICTORIAN SILVER OVAL SHAPED SWEETMEAT DISH with engraved fluted sides decorated with flower, matching stepped foot and swing handle, 15.3cm long, London 1879 by Jane Brownett, 6.6 troy oz £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

439. A PAIR OF BALUSTER SHAPED SILVER PEPPERS with fluted sides, 9cm high, 1918 by Charles Horner Ltd; a pair of silver napkin rings with engraved scroll decoration; a pair of silver salts with bun feet; a pair of sugar tongs; and a salt spoon (8) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*)

440. A MIDDLE EASTERN HEART SHAPED DISH with chased panels decorated with birds, signed, 19.5cm long; a pair of silver candlesticks with beaded decoration by S Blackensee & Sons Ltd; a cased christening fork and spoon; a cased set of six apostle teaspoons; and a further cased christening spoon (6) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*)

441. A CASED SET OF SIX MATCHING NAPKIN RINGS, rectangular shaped with engine turned decoration, stamped silver; two sets of six tea knives; a set of twelve teaspoons with a pair of sugar tongs; and a set of six EPNS fish knives and forks, all cased (5) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

442. A LARGE QUANTITY OF SILVER PLATE TO INCLUDE: teapots, jugs, dishes and other items (qty) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*)

443. A QUANTITY OF VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE consisting of six table forks by John & Henry Lias 1874; four dessert forks by Joseph & Albert Savory 1837-8; and four dessert spoons, 26.7 troy oz (14) £180-220 (plus 24% BP*)

444. A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN SILVER HANOVARIAN PATTERN FLATWARE TO INCLUDE: six table forks, two tablespoons, five dessert forks and two dessert spoons, various dates and makers, 26.2 troy oz (15) £180-220 (plus 24% BP*)

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445. A SET OF SIX SILVER APOSTLE TEASPOONS with shell shaped bowls, Birmingham 1904 by William Henry Sparrow; a silver and nephrite spoon with a cast kiwi bird finial by Frank Hyams for New Zealand; six further silver teaspoons; a silver sauce ladle by William Hutton & Sons Ltd; a silver cigarette box; a pair and a single coaster; and various items and flatware (qty) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

446. A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN PLAIN OVAL SHAPED MUSTARD POTS with hinged lids, pierced thumb pieces and reeded ‘C’ scroll handles with blue glass liners, 6.5cm high, 7.3 troy oz; and a silver baluster shaped pepper grinder, London 1956 by Asprey & Co Ltd (3) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

447. A GEORGE V SILVER TWO HANDLED BOWL, oval shaped with shaped edge and applied cast leaf decoration and standing on four cast legs, 21cm diameter, Birmingham 1910 by William Bruford & Son; an oval shaped dish with shaped and gadrooned border, 15cm long, London 1903 by James Dixon & Sons; a silver mustard pot, oval shaped with fluted sides and glass liner; and a silver cream jug with ball feet and fluted lower body, 18.5 troy oz (4) £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

448. A SILVER PLATED PINT SIZE COCKTAIL SHAKER; a plain four piece plated tea set; a glass ink well; and a plated cream jug (7) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*)

449. A GEORGE V OVAL SILVER DISH with press and pierced scroll and foliate decoration, 23cm long, Birmingham 1919 by S Blackensee & Sons Ltd; and a very similar dish by Henry Bourne 1919, 11.4 troy oz (2) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

450.TWO LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SWEETMEAT DISHES with pressed and pieced foliate decoration, 12cm diameter, Birmingham 1893 by Nathan & Hayes; two pear shaped dishes with similar decoration by the same maker; and an oval dish by Henry Matthews 1895, 7.6 troy oz (5) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

451. A VICTORIAN SILVER BASIN with a fluted lower body and further chased scroll and foliate decoration, 12cm diameter, London 1891 by Josiah Williams & Co; a circular bowl with engraved foliate panels by Elkington & Co., 1893; a silver cream jug standing on three cabriole legs by George Unite 1916; and a further bowl, 15.6 troy oz (4) £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

452. A VICTORIAN SILVER THREE PIECE CRUET SET consisting of a mustard pot with a wrythen lower body, matching hinged lid and thumb piece and glass lined, with spoon and two peppers, Birmingham 1895 by Vale Brokers & Sermon, cased; two further peppers; a mustard pot; egg cup; scallop shell butter dish; knife and a cream jug, 15 troy oz (8) £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

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453. A VICTORIAN SILVER BACHELORS TEAPOT, pear shaped and chased with panels depicting the Signs of the Zodiac, domed lid with a lion head finial, 12cm high, London 1865 by Richard Sibley II, 11.4 troy oz £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

454. A COLLECTION OF SILVER PLATE TO INCLUDE: a punch bowl, coffee pot, cruet set, entrée dish and other items (qty) £30-40 (plus 24% BP*)

455. A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS SILVER AND OTHER FLATWARE TO INCLUDE: seven silver Hanovarian pattern table forks, six tablespoons, six dessert spoons, six dessert forks, eight teaspoons, three salt spoons, two napkin rings and a bowl, varying dates and makers, 48.2 troy oz; six silver handled Kings pattern tea knives, eight table knives, seven knives and various other flatware (qty) £300-400 (plus 24% BP*)

456. AN EDWARDIAN THREE PIECE SILVER CRUET SET, oval shaped mustard pot heavily chased with scroll and shell decoration, cast double ‘C’ scroll handle, blue glass liner, two matching salts with one lined and three spoons, Sheffield 1904 by Mappin & Webb, cased, 9.5 troy oz £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

457. A LATE VICTORIAN THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SET, oval shaped teapot with fluted lower body, ebonised handle, matching finial, sugar basin and milk jug, 13cm high, London 1896 by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, 24.2 troy oz in total £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

458. A COLOMBIAN FOUR PIECE 900 GRADE TEA SET of baluster form decorated with shell and scroll borders, largest pot 25cm high, stamped G.H. 0900 Bogota; and a with rectangular tray with a scroll and foliate border, 54cm wide, stamped 0900, 98.7 troy oz £700-900 (plus 24% BP*)

459. A SILVER MOUNTED PHOTO FRAME with pierced and pressed scroll and foliate decoration, Birmingham 1900, 29cm high; a further photo frame with beaded border and waisted sides, 25cm high by Green & Cadbury Ltd 1921; a silver backed hand mirror decorated with cherubs; a silver cigarette box; two silver peppers; a pair of silver mounted bottles; a further glass and silver jar and further continental and American silver items (qty) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*) 460. A LARGE QUANTITY OF SILVER PLATE TO INCLUDE: entrée dishes, baskets, cruet sets, tea sets, flatware and other items (qty) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

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461. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL CANDLESTICKS on turned bases with engraved key pattern decoration and with matching turned knops and four cast grapevine feet, 36cm high, stamped 750., 23.3 troy oz (2) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

462. A CONTINENTAL 800 GRADE FIDDLE AND THREAD STYLE PATTERN CANTEEN OF CUTLERY consisting of eight table forks, eight tablespoons, eight dessert forks and eight teaspoons by H.J. Wilm, Berlin, 51.4 troy oz and eight matching silver handled table and side forks (qty) £300-400 (plus 24% BP*)

463. A CANTEEN OF GERMAN 800 GRADE CUTLERY with shell and reeded pattern handles consisting of six of each table forks, dessert forks, tablespoons and dessert spoons, fish knives and forks, teaspoons, coffee spoons, pickle forks, soup spoons, two large pickle forks, sugar tongs, jam spoon, soup ladle, fish servers, one butter knife and two cake slices, 96.3 troy oz; and six of each silver handled table knives, side knives and butter knives (qty) £500-700 (plus 24% BP*)

464. A CANTEEN OF GERMAN 800 GRADE CUTLERY, Art Nouveau style decorated with stylised leaves and consisting of twelve of each: table forks and spoon, twelve fish knives and forks, twelve teaspoons, a sauce ladle, a soup ladle, two serving forks and one spoon, 114.7 troy oz; twelve silver handled and steel bladed table forks; and a pair of horn and silver handled salad servers (qty) £500-700 (plus 24% BP*)

465. A GEORGE II SILVER HANOVARIAN PATTERN TABLESPOON by Samuel Roby, London 1746; a pair of bright cut sugar tongs by John Lambe; and five silver handled tea knives (8) £30-50 (plus 24% BP*)

466. A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL FLATWARE TO INCLUDE: an 800 grade German soup ladle with bright cut engraved decoration of blue bells, 31.5cm long; a set of six German tablespoons, the handles decorated with the head of a bearded goat and with swags, 800 grade; an American silver butter knife with a leaf decorated handle and blade; a double ended pickle fork and spoon; and further flatware, 32 troy oz (qty) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

467. A GERMAN BLUE ENAMELLED DRESSING TABLE SET TO INCLUDE: a hand mirror, hairbrush, clothes brush, comb, silver topped glass jar, atomizer and a scent bottle; a further four piece dressing table set; a napkin ring and a letter holder (13) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

468. A GEORGE V SILVER MATCH DISPENSER of circular form with engine turned decoration and turned knop, 14cm diameter, Birmingham 1928 by S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd; a silver cigar pricker with engine turned decoration, 7cm long, Birmingham 1967 by W.M. Ltd; and a plain rectangular cedar lined cigarette box (3) £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

469. A NOVELTY SILVER PIN CUSHION in the form of a gentleman’s shoe with an oak base, 13cm long, Chester 1918 by S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

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470. A GEORGE III SILVER TOBACCO TIN, oval shaped with a hinged lid and a chased inn scene, 9cm long, London 1785 by possibly Thomas Banford I, 4.3 troy oz £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

471. A GEORGIAN SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SERVING SPOON, 30.5cm long; struck with the makers mark four times, W.F. possibly William Fearn on by a Dublin maker circa 1771, 2.6 troy oz £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

472. A PAIR OF SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLESPOONS, Glasgow 1837 by John Mitchell; five silver bladed pistol grip handled tea knives by Harrison Brothers & Howson; a cased set of silver dessert forks; a cased set of silver teaspoons; and eight varying silver napkin rings (qty) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

473. A PART CANTEEN OF SILVER FLATWARE, Old English and reed pattern consisting of: four table forks, four of each dessert forks and spoons and a sauce ladle, varying date and makers, 21.9 troy oz £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

474. A SILVER CHRISTENING MUG of plain tapering form, 6.5cm high, Birmingham 1933 by S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd; a silver bowl standing on three cabriole legs by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd; a silver mustard pot and matching salt and pepper by Mappin & Webb; a further silver pepper and mustard pot; and a silver jug, 24.1 troy oz (8) £180-220 (plus 24% BP*)

475. A LATE GEORGE II SILVER CARD TRAY with shell and scroll border and standing on three cabriole legs, 17cm diameter, with marks for John Cormick, London 1759, 7.5 troy oz £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

476. A GEORGE V SILVER PUNCH BOWL with scroll and bead decorated edge, two scrolled handles and a turned stepped foot, 32cm wide, Sheffield 1918 by John Round & Son Ltd, 37 troy oz £250-350 (plus 24% BP*)

477. A LATE GEORGE II SILVER BALUSTER SHAPED COFFEE POT standing on a turned foot, domed hinged lid with flame finial and with a cane woven handle, 24cm high, London 1759 by Francis Crump, 16.7 troy oz in total £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

478. A SILVER CHRISTENING MUG with a plain flared bow and turned stepped foot, 8.5cm high, London 1951 by Harrods Ltd; a further silver christening mug, London 1967 by Tessiers Ltd, 7.9 troy oz; and a pair of silver plated wine tasters with snake handles (4) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

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479. A PLAIN SILVER TANKARD of tapering form with double ‘C’ scroll handle, 12cm high, London 1942 by Ollivant & Botsford; and a plain silver tumbler cup by Payne’s of Oxford 1969, 20.7 troy oz (2) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

480. A PLAIN SILVER BOWL with shell and scroll decoration, 11cm diameter, Sheffield 1964 by The Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd; and two silver salts with blue glass liners, 1901 by Robert Pringle & Sons, 7.7 troy oz (3) £50-80 (plus 24% BP*)

481. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER ROSE BOWL with fluted sides and matching foot, 21cm diameter, Birmingham 1907 by A & J Zimmerman Ltd, 14.2 troy oz £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

482.TWO CASED SETS OF SILVER BACKED GENTLEMANS HAIRBRUSHES containing two brushes and a comb and a similar boys set by S Green & Co, The Adie Brothers Ltd and Duncan & Scobbie; and a further silver backed hairbrush £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

483. A GEORGE V SILVER RED GLASS LINED SCENT BOTTLE with pierced and engraved foliate decoration and stopper, 6cm high by G.E. Walton & Co Ltd 1911; and a silver case purse engraved with foliate swags, leather lined by Joseph Gloster Ltd (2) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

484. A PLAIN SILVER TUMBLER CUP, 5.7cm high, London 1972 by William Comyns & Sons Ltd; a silver gilt and enamel caddy spoon by Henry Clifford Davis 1934; a silver bottle coaster with Celtic designed borders; and a further silver spoon, 9.7 troy oz (4) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

485. A PAIR OF ART DECO STYLE FOUR DIVISIONAL SILVER TOAST RACKS, 8.5cm high, Sheffield 1925 by Mappin & Webb; a silver tea strainer with drip tray by same maker; and three varying silver napkin rings, 10.7 troy oz (6) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

486. A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS SILVER SPOONS, two pairs of Old English pattern tablespoons by William Schofield 1828 and John & Henry Lias, three fiddle pattern dessert spoons by William Chandless 1832, a set of six Old English pattern teaspoons, eleven further teaspoons, two mother of pearl and silver fruit knives, and other items (qty) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

487. A GEORGE V SILVER SALVER with a shell and scroll border and standing on four scroll feet, 22cm diameter, London 1912 by Carrington & Co, 14 troy oz £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

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488. A MATCHED SET OF STAINLESS STEEL ‘BO BONFILS’ FLATWARE by Georg Jensen, comprising two serving spoons, a serving fork, two large and four medium table knives, four dessert knives, two large and four medium table forks, six dessert forks, two large and six medium dessert spoons, two large and two medium teaspoons signed and stamped ‘Denmark Stainless Bo Bonfils’, the serving spoon 24.5cm long (qty). £50-70 (plus 24% BP*)

489. A ‘LILY OF THE VALLEY’ PATTERN MATCHED CHRISTENING SET by Georg Jensen, the silver spoon signed and stamped ‘925S’, with import marks for London 1926, the silver handled knife with signed stainless steel blade and import marks for London 1923, the spoon and knife with sponsor’s mark ‘GS’ for Stockwell & Co, the later silver fork signed and stamped ‘Sterling Denmark’, with London import marks for 1993, the knife 20cm long £50-70 (plus 24% BP*)

490. FIVE SETS OF SIX SILVER TEASPOONS, one set plain and shell backed by Josiah Williams & Co. 1916, two sets with shell shaped bowls, one Old English and shell pattern and a set of miniature teaspoons, 12.3 troy oz £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

491. A CONTINENTAL CENTREPIECE in the form of a reindeer pulling a shell shaped sleigh with a seated cherub, 27cm long, with German marks and stamped 800, 10.3 troy oz; and a set of six silver plated coasters (7) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

492. A GEORGE III SILVER CASTOR, baluster shaped with chased foliate decoration and with a drilled and engraved lid and flame finial, 14cm high, London 1767, by Jabez Daniell and James Mince, 2.9 troy oz £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

493. A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN OVAL SHAPED TWIN HANDLED SALTS with fluted and engraved decoration and blue glass liners, 12.5cm wide, Sheffield 1890 by Charles Edward Nixon, with spoons; an oval silver mustard pot with glass liner and matching pepper by Deakin & Sons; a further salt and plated tea strainer and base, 10 troy oz £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

494. A SILVER MUG of plain form standing on a flared foot, 6cm high, Birmingham 1945 by Deakin & Francis; two plain silver bowls, 1931 and 1931; and a two handled cup and with base, Birmingham 1924, by S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, 24 troy oz (4) £180-220 (plus 24% BP*)

495. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER GRAPE SCISSORS, cast with grapevine decoration, 18.5cm long by Yapp & Woodward of Birmingham, cased, 3.9 troy oz £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

496. A SILVER MOUNTED WATCH STAND with pressed scroll decoration and with a plated pocket watch, 12cm high; two further silver pocket watches; two silver decanter labels; a plain Georgian snuff box and a Japanese spice box by K Uyeda (7) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

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497.TWO GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SAUCE LADLES, one by Thomas Wallis II; a silver strainer with pierced handle; seven further varying spoons; and a pierced circular bowl, 9.3 troy oz (12) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

498. A PAIR OF SILVER NAPKIN RINGS with pressed flower decoration, Birmingham 1924 by John Gilbert & Co; four further silver napkin rings, 3.8 troy oz; two further pairs of napkin rings; a silver and ivory child’s teething ring; a silver thimble; and a medallion for The London Pug Dog Club (13) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

499. A GEORGE II SILVER SAUCE BOAT of plain form on three cabriole legs with hoof feet, double ‘C’ scroll handle, 14cm long, London 1744 by George Wickes; and a further sauce boat with wavy edge and cabriole legs, Birmingham 1922 by Wilson and Sharp, 8.8 troy oz (2) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

500. A GEORGE III SILVER HELMET JUG with a wavy edge, turned stepped foot and double ‘C’ scroll handle, 11.5cm high, London 1779 by Hester Bateman; and a further helmet jug chased with a farming scene, London 1781 by George Smith II, 4.9 oz (2) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

501. A CONTINENTAL BALUSTER SHAPED TEAPOT with chased foliate and fluted decoration and standing on four legs with pad feet, 17cm high, bearing marks for The Netherlands; a Continental cream jug; and a Georgian silver cream jug on ball feet (3) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

502. A CASED SET OF SCANDINAVIAN ENAMEL AND GILT TEASPOONS with import marks for Marrius Hammer and stamped 925; a cased silver egg cup and spoon; and three cased sets of six silver handled tea knives £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

503. A PIERCED CIRCULAR SILVER BOWL with beaded edge, 12.3cm wide, Sheffield 1924 by Walker & Hall; a silver topped glass jar; and nineteen silver threepenny pieces (qty) £30-40 (plus 24% BP*)

504. A GEORGE III SILVER MUSTARD POT of plain oval form with a domed hinged lid and blue glass liner, 9.4cm wide, London 1796 by Duncan Urquart and Naphtali Hart, 3 troy oz £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

505. A GEORGE III SILVER MUSTARD POT, oval shaped with engraved decoration and cartouche, matching domed hinged lid and blue glass liner, 7.5cm wide, London 1797 by John Gold, 2.8 troy oz £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

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506. A VICTORIAN SILVER MUSTARD POT, oval shaped with pierced and engraved decoration, matching domed hinged lid, finial and blue glass liner, 9.2cm wide, London 1875 by Robert Garrard, 4.3 troy oz £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

507. A VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER MUSTARD POT, oval shaped with chased and engraved foliate decoration, matching domed lid and blue glass liner, 7.5cm wide, Edinburgh 1877 by Mackay & Chisholm, 4 troy oz £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

508. A GEORGE III SILVER MUSTARD POT, oval shaped with pierced and engraved decoration, matching domed lid and blue glass liner, 11cm long, London 1789 by Thomas Shepherd, 3.2 troy oz £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

509. A GEORGE III SILVER MUSTARD POT in the form of a coopered barrel with a hinged lid and blue glass liner, 8.2cm high, London 1779 by Thomas Daniel, 3.5 troy oz £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

510. A VICTORIAN SILVER MUSTARD POT with pierced scroll decoration, matching engraved hinged lid and blue glass liner, 6.5cm high, London 1879 by Henry Holland; and a similar mustard pot with a domed hinged lid, Sheffield 1776 by Tudor and Leader, 5.8 troy oz (2) £180-220 (plus 24% BP*)

511. A VICTORIAN SILVER MUSTARD POT in the form of an egg standing on four ball and claw feet with twisted rope style handles and decoration, with blue glass liner, 9cm high, London 1859 by Thomas Henry & Frederick Francis, 3.6 troy oz £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

512. A GEORGE III SILVER MUSTARD POT with pierced scrolling decoration, hinged lid and blue glass liner, 7.2cm high, London 1773 by Thomas & Jabez Daniel, 3.9 troy oz £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

513. A VICTORIAN SILVER MUSTARD POT with a shaped base, foliate engraved sides, domed hinged lid and blue glass liner, 9cm high, London 1843 by Charles & George Fox; and a baluster shaped mustard pot with scroll and foliate decoration with liner, by the same makers, 1848, 8.7 troy oz (2) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

514. A GEORGE IV SILVER MUSTARD POT, urn shaped with fluted decoration, matching hinged lid and turned stepped foot, 9.5cm high, London 1822 by Sarah & John William Blake; and a plain oval mustard pot with shell shaped feet, hinged lid and blue glass liner, Edinburgh 1809 by Dick & McPherson, 9.7 troy oz (2) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

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515. A GEORGE III SILVER MUSTARD POT, rectangular shaped with rounded corners, engraved leaf decoration, matching domed lid and blue glass liner, 11cm long, London 1798 by George Burrows; and a Victorian silver octagonal shaped mustard pot with pierced scrolled sides and matching engraved domed lid, 9cm high, struck on the handle for Aston & Son, Birmingham 1858, 5.6 troy oz (2) £160-220 (plus 24% BP*)

517. A GEORGE II SILVER SALVER with a shell and scroll border and engraved cartouche standing on four cabriole legs with hoof feet, 31.5cm diameter, London 1743 by Robert Abercormby, 29.5 troy oz £300-400 (plus 24% BP*)

518. A WILLIAM IV SILVER SALVER with a cast shell and scroll border, engraved central cartouche and standing on three cast scroll decorated feet, 41.5cm diameter, London 1834 by Charles Edward Fox, 60 troy oz £600-800 (plus 24% BP*)

516. A CONTEMPORARY SILVER THREE PIECE CRUET SET AND STAND of architectural form with fluted sides and standing on a rectangular base, 13.2cm long, signed and designed by A.G. Styles for Garrard & Co Ltd, 1972, 11.9 troy oz £400-600 (plus 24% BP*)

519. A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN RECTANGULAR SHAPED SILVER MUSTARD POTS with canted corners, domed lids, turned finials and scrolling thumb pieces with blue glass liners, 9cm high, London 1902 by Stokes & Ireland Ltd, 8.4 troy oz (2) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

520. A PAIR OF SILVER BALUSTER SHAPED PEPPERS with pierced press on lids and standing on turned stepped feet, 9.5cm high, London 1923 by Vander & Hedges for Tessiers Ltd; a pair of silver trencher salts on octagonal bases by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1903 & 1904; a set of six French dishes; two measures and a plated salt (13) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*) 521. A SET OF TWELVE IVORY HANDLED TEA KNIVES AND FORKS; a set of twelve ivory handled fish knives and forks; a pair of fish servers; four silver handled and bladed fish knives and forks; and three mahogany cutlery boxes (qty) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

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522. A COLLECTION OF TEN SILVER DECANTER LABELS of varying shapes, dates and makers; and two unmarked labels (12) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

523. A PAIR OF GEORGIAN SILVER SALTS, oval shaped with pierced scrolling sides, ball and claw feet, with blue glass liners, 8.2cm long, possibly London 1792, makers mark rubbed, 5.0 troy oz (2) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

526. A SILVER THREE PIECE CAFE AU LAIT SET of plain baluster form with carved wooden handles, matching finials with a two handled sugar basin, 15.5cm high, London 1932 for Harrods Ltd, 23 troy oz total £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

529. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CHRISTENING MUG of plain tapering form standing on a folded foot, with a double ‘C’ scroll handle, 7.5cm high, London 1903 by James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler, 5.9 troy oz £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

524. A GEORGE III SILVER MUSTARD POT with pierced sides, decorated swags and flowers, plain domed hinged lid, double ‘C’ scroll handle and blue glass liner, 7.5cm high; a further Georgian mustard pot with pierced sides, plain hinged lid and blue glass liner, London 1765, unidentified makers mark; and three silver mustard spoons and a blue glass liner (loose), 7 troy oz £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

525. A GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN GRAVY STRAINER SPOON with a pierced strainer, 32.5cm long, London 1802 by Christopher & Thomas Wilkes Barker, 3.6 troy oz £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

527.TWO GEORGIAN SILVER PEPPERS standing on turned feet, highest 8.5cm high; a silver plated coffee pot; a plated wine funnel and a plated helmet jug (5) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

528. A VICTORIAN SILVER TOPPED RECTANGULAR JAR, 17.2cm long, London 1859 by Frances Douglas; four further silver topped jars; two clothes brushes; and a hand held mirror (8) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

530. A GEORGE II SILVER CARD TRAY with a scroll and shell border, foliate engraved centre and standing on three cabriole legs, 15.5cm diameter, London 1750 by William Preston, 6.2 troy oz £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

531. A CONTINENTAL COFFEE POT, baluster shaped with engraved fluting, cast scrolling base, matching lid with foliate finial, bearing French export mark for the mid 19th Century, 24cm high, 14.9 troy oz £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

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532. AN AMERICAN CANTEEN OF CUTLERY CONSISTING OF fifteen table forks, varying sizes, four serving spoons, six soup spoons, eleven dessert forks, sixteen small dessert spoons, six small soup spoons, eight butter knives, six coffee spoons, a sauce ladle and a further serving spoon, stamped Sterling and by R Wallace & Sons of Connecticut, 76.3 troy oz; and six table knives (qty) £600-800 (plus 24% BP*)

533. A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SAUCE LADLES, London 1828 by William Eaton; a Scottish single struck Kings pattern sifter spoon, Edinburgh 1819, by Andrew Wilkie; a butter knife; two fiddle pattern dessert spoons, Dublin 1820, by James England; and two teaspoons, 9.9 troy oz (10) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

535. A SET OF NINE GEORGE III SILVER KINGS PATTERN TABLE FORKS, one tablespoon and two dessert spoons, London 1819 by Paul Storr, 35.5 troy oz; and a carving knife and fork (14) £400-600 (plus 24% BP*)

537. A CASED DRESSING TABLE SET CONSISTING OF two enamel backed hairbrushes, two clothes brushes and a mirror by Horton & Allday, 1929; two further silver backed brushes, a mirror, two glass jars, two button hooks and other items (qty) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

534. A SET OF ELEVEN POINTED ENDED TEASPOONS with Swedish import marks; five French fiddle and thread pattern teaspoons; and various other flatware (qty) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

536. A GEORGIAN WIREWORK SILVER BASKET with applied flower and fruit decoration and swing handle, 35cm long with London marks for 1768, makers mark rubbed, 28.5 troy oz £300-400 (plus 24% BP*)

538. A SILVER PLATED OVAL SHAPED BUTLERS TRAY, a further tray, three piece tea set, two decanters, a pair of Sheffield plated candlesticks, a three branch candelabra and other items (qty) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

539. A SILVER SALVER with a Chippendale border and standing on three cabriole legs with hoof feet, 25.5cm diameter, Sheffield 1941 by Frank Cobb & Co Ltd, 17.7 troy oz £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

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540. A GEORGE III SILVER CREAM JUG with fluted sides, engraved with two rows of flowers and with a reeded edge with matching handle, 10cm high, London 1802, makers mark rubbed; a plain silver bowl with a gilt interior, 7cm high, London 1890 by Walter & John Barnard; and an octagonal shaped silver tea strainer with ring handles and gadrooned border by Levi & Salaman 1910, 10.8 troy oz (3) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

541. A VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT with a tapering body and with chased panels decorated with scrolls and flower heads, hinged lid with a turned finial, 23.5cm high, London 1872 by Martin, Hall & Co, 27.9 troy oz £150-250 (plus 24% BP*)

542. A GEORGIAN FIDDLE PATTERN SOUP LADLE, 32cm long, London 1807 by Edward Lees, 7.1 troy oz; and a silver fiddle pattern serving spoon, 31.5cm long by Elizabeth Eaton, 1853, 4.9 troy oz (2) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

543. A SILVER MOUNTED PHOTO FRAME with an arched top and border with leaves, 23cm high, London 1920 by Thornhill & Co.; an Edwardian silver hand held mirror with pressed scroll and foliate decoration by William Aitken 1906; and a silver mounted cut glass atomizer by Collette Anderson 1930 (3) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

544. A SET OF NINE SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, Dublin 1824 by Thomas Farnett, 12.7 troy oz (9) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

545. A VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE AND THREAD PATTERN SAUCE LADLE, with engraved armorial 18.5cm long, London 1857 by Chawner & Co.; a set of six silver fiddle pattern teaspoons by The Goldsmith Alliance Ltd 1878; two pairs of silver sugar tongs; a mustard spoon; and five varying fiddle pattern teaspoons, 12.6 troy oz (15) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

546. A SILVER AND CEDAR LINED CIGARETTE BOX with engine turned decoration, 11.5cm wide, London 1922 by Sanders & Mackenzie, and with an unopened packed of 14 Craven ‘A’ cigarettes (2) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*)

547. A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS with engraved armorial on the reverse, London hallmark for 1853 and overstruck for John le Gallais of St Helier, Jersey, 13.9 troy oz (6) £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

548. A SET OF SIX SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLESPOONS, London 1816 by Thomas Wallis II and Jonathan Hayne, 15.1 troy oz (6) £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

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549. A PART CANTEEN OF SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE CONSISTING OF six table forks, five by Chawner & Co 1869, thirteen dessert forks, six by John Round & Son Ltd 1894, and seven by further makers, twelve dessert spoons, six by Peter & William Bateman 1812 and the others by various makers, 46 troy oz (31) £350-450 (plus 24% BP*)

550. A GEORGIAN SILVER MOUNTED PUNCH LADLE with inset George II silver shilling dated 1757, with a twisted whale bone handle, 36cm long; two silver Old English pattern tablespoons by Richard Crossley 1813; a cased set of six apostle teaspoons with shell shaped bowls; a sifter spoon and matching sugar tongs by James Deakin & Sons 1901-02 (11) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

551. A CHINESE EXPORT PORRINGER of plain form with spoon, 18cm wide, cased by Wang Hing of Hong Kong; two beaten silver dishes with inset coins by Wang Hing; a further porringer by the same maker; and a silver posy vase with lion head and ring handles, 18cm high by Wing Nam & Co of Hong Kong, 21.4 troy oz (6) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

552. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER AND TORTOISESHELL TRINKET BOX with an inlaid hinged lid, four cabriole legs and silk lined, 9cm wide, London 1905 by William Comyns; and a silver and mother of pearl child’s whistle with pressed foliate decoration by Cocks & Betteridge (2) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

553. A GEORGE V SILVER AND IVORY TABLE BELL of plain form with turned handle, 13cm high, Chester 1913 by Haseler & Bill; a plain silver two handled porringer, 15cm wide, Chester 1913 by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes; and a Georgian silver cream jug with chased foliate decoration, makers mark rubbed (3) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

554. A VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN BASTING SPOON, 31cm long, Edinburgh 1837 by James McKay; and a sauce ladle by the same maker 1839, 6.7 troy oz (2) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

555. A CONTINENTAL SILVER TEA STRAINER with a drilled bowl and a cast pierced rim, decorated with rural and boating scenes, and a handle in the form of a stork, 15.2cm long, with import marks for Berthold Hermann Muller, 925 standard, 1915; a silver bright cut handled spoon with a foliate decorated and gilt bowl, 21.5cm long, Sheffield 1891 by The Atkin Brothers, 3.8 troy oz; a pair of silver handled fish servers; and a silver napkin ring (5) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

556. A PAIR OF BALUSTER SHAPED PEPPERS standing on four cabriole legs, 7.5cm high, Birmingham 1915 by Synyer & Beddoes; a silver mustard pot with blue glass liner; three further peppers; and a child’s spoon and pusher, cased, 7.3 troy oz (7) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

557. A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT STAND, oval shaped with reeded edge and four cast feet, 17.5cm long, London 1791 by James Young, 5.0 troy oz £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

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558. A PLAIN VICTORIAN SILVER TANKARD, part double skinned, glass bottom and gilt lined, 11.2cm high, London 1871 by Daniel & Charles Houle; and a Victorian silver christening mug of waisted form, engraved cartouches and cast scrolling handle, 9.4cm high, Sheffield 1868 by Roberts & Belk, 15.1 troy oz in total £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

561. AN ARTS AND CRAFTS SILVER SPOON with beaten oval bowl and textured fluted and tapering handle, 16.7cm long, London 1918 by Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr; and a contemporary seal top spoon by Martyn Pugh 1993, 2.4 troy oz (2) £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

559. A SILVER CARD TRAY with shell and scroll border and standing on three ball and claw feet, 15.5cm diameter, Sheffield 1899 by Martin Hall & Co, 5.5 troy oz £60-80 (plus 24% BP*) 560. A SILVER SEVEN PIECE CRUET SET CONSISTING OF four salts with blue glass liners, a mustard pot with a glass liner, two peppers and four silver spoons, Sheffield 1940 by Joseph Gloster Ltd, a silver sauce boat with wavy edge and cabriole legs with tray by Viner’s Ltd 1966, and a silver castor with pierced lid and finial, 15.3cm high, London 1966, 15.7 troy oz (7) £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

562. A PAIR OF SILVER MENU HOLDERS in the form of perched owls with glass eyes, 3.2cm high, Chester 1902 by Sampson Morden & Co Ltd; and a set of four silver and enamel Art Deco style menu holders, Birmingham 1927 by William Base & Sons (6) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

563. A SET OF FOURTEEN SILVER MENU HOLDERS depicting ‘The Cries of London’, largest 6.5cm high, London 1974 by Thomas Charles Jarvis, 19.1 troy oz £300-500 (plus 24% BP*) 564. A 17TH CENTURY LIGNUM VITAE TURNED CUP AND COVER with white metal mounts, engraved with ecclesiastical panels, matching foot mount and later finial to the lid, possibly later handles, lid with makers mark only of a trefoil slipped (See Jackson’s 1989 Page 112), 32cm high £600-800 (plus 24% BP*)

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565. A SILVER KETTLE ON STAND, oval pot with fluted lower body, matching hinged lid and ebonised handle, Sheffield 1904 by Mappin & Webb, and with a four legged stand and burner by the same makers 1905, 33cm high, 31.5 troy oz in total £200-300 (plus 24% BP*)

566. A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER DWARF CANDLESTICKS with corinthian columns and square bases, 12.5cm high, Sheffield 1903 by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd; a pair of Georgian silver candle snuffers with shell decoration, London 1812 by Thomas Radcliffe, 17cm long; and a gentlemans silver cigar holder, Birmingham 1898 by Nathan & Hayes (5) £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

567. A PAIR OF OVAL LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SALTS with pierced scrolling sides and standing on four ball and claw feet, and with glass liners, 8.5cm long, London 1896 by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd; and a pair of Georgian silver plain oval shaped salts with cabriole legs and blue glass liners, London 1789 by Henry Chawner (4) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

568. A QUANTITY OF SILVER TO INCLUDE: three peppers, two mustard pots, a salt with glass liners, a further mustard pot, sifter spoon, jam spoon, a napkin ring, a silver topped atomizer, and three plated napkin rings (14) £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

569. A SILVER PLATED ART DECO STYLE FOUR PIECE TEA SET; a circular bowl with glass liner; two toast racks; two scallop shaped dishes; a pair of candlesticks; two salt spoons; a dish; and a tea infuser (12) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*)

570. A PAIR OF SILVER POSY VASES of baluster shaped form with flower head style tops, 22.5cm high, London 1904 by edward Barnard & Sons Ltd £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

571. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SET, oval shaped teapot with canted corners and fluted lower body, matching hinged lid, ebonised handle and finial, 27cm long, with matching jug and basin, Birmingham 1906 by William Adams Ltd, 33 troy oz in total £250-350 (plus 24% BP*)

572. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CAKE DISH, rectangular shaped with shaped sides, pierced leaf decoration and matching swing handle, 29.5cm long, Birmingham 1908 by Joseph Gloster Ltd, 16.7 troy oz £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

573. A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER CANDLESTICKS of plain baluster form, 21cm high, Birmingham 1917 by Joseph Gloster Ltd; and a silver rose bowl with shaped sides and turned foot, wooden stand and silver plated grill, 11cm diameter, London 1906, possibly by Garrard & Co Ltd (3) £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

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574. A SILVER MOUNTED DESK CLOCK with pressed swag decoration, set with a quartz movement, 9cm high by Carr’s of Sheffield 1994; two silver mounted hair combs; two hairbrushes; a clothes brush; mirror and silver mounted glass jar (8) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

575. A SILVER SAUCE BOAT with wavy edge and cabriole legs, 15cm long; a silver trophy cup on stand; a three piece plated tea set; a plated cake stand and two cased sets of six plated tea forks (8) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*)

576. A SILVER FOUR PIECE TEA SET, oval shaped teapot with fluted corners, matching hinged lid, ebonised handle and finial, 31cm long, with matching water jug, milk jug and basin, Sheffield 1932 by Viner’s Ltd, 59.2 troy oz in total £400-500 (plus 24% BP*)

577. A SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SET, octagonal shaped teapot standing on a turned stepped foot, matching hinged lid and ebonised handle, 15cm high, with matching jug and sugar basin, Sheffield 1924 by Alexander Clark & Co Ltd; and a similar smaller teapot, 13cm high, Sheffield 1910, by Thomas Bradbury, 38.3 troy oz in total (4) £250-350 (plus 24% BP*)

578. AN EDWARDIAN THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SET, circular teapot chased with scroll and foliate decoration, matching foot and lid, ebonised handle with matching sugar basin and jug, London 1908 by The Pairpoint Brothers, 55.5 troy oz in total £800-1200 (plus 24% BP*)

579. A GEORGE IV SILVER TEAPOT, gourd shaped pot with matching foot, lid with a cast fruit shaped finial and wooden handle, 16.5cm high, London 1823, probably by William Eley II, 26.8 troy oz in total £300-500 (plus 24% BP*)

580. A SILVER VESTA CASE with engraved foliate decoration, Chester 1898, by William Neale; a rectangular shaped silver match holder with replaceable striker below by Sampson Mordon & Co Ltd; and a silver cigarette case with engine turned decoration (3) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

581. A VICTORIAN SILVER CASTLE TOP VINAIGRETTE depicting Abbotsford House in relief (house of Sir Walter Scott), with a gilt interior and gilt metal pierced gauze cover, 4.1cm wide, Birmingham 1837 by Nathaniel Mills £600-800 (plus 24% BP*)

582. A GEORGE V SILVER FOUR DIVISIONAL WIREWORK TOAST RACK in the form of the Ace of Spades, 10cm high, Birmingham 1905, with the marks of John Round & Son Ltd; a cased christening spoon and fork, London 1917-18, makers marks rubbed; a silver topped glass pin case; and a Victorian child’s rattle with coral teether, marks rubbed (4) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

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583. A GEORGE III SILVER TANKARD with reeded tapering sides and gilt interior, 8.9cm high, London 1799, makers mark rubbed; and a smaller similar silver tankard, 6.5cm high, London 1800, by Charles Fox, 8.6 troy oz £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

584. A VICTORIAN SILVER CADDY SPOON with a fiddle pattern handle and shovel shaped bowl, 8.9cm long, Birmingham 1844 by George Unite £30-40 (plus 24% BP*)

585. A VICTORIAN SILVER DESK STAND to incorporate a single inkwell in a square tapering base decorated with scrolled corners in relief, hinged lid with finial, 9.5cm square, Sheffield 1896 by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

586. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SALTS, plain turned gilt lined bowls and standing on turned reeded feet, 8cm diameter, London 1793, possibly by James Tookey; and with two spoons, 4.8 troy oz £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

587. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SEWING BOX, oval shaped with pressed ribbon and swag decoration and with hinged pin cushion lid, 13.5cm long, Birmingham 1907, by Henry Matthews £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

588. AN ART DECO STYLE SILVER PHOTO FRAME with engine turned decoration, 14.5cm high, Birmingham 1929 by Samuel M Levi; and a silver circular shaped photo frame, 16.5cm diameter, Birmingham 1907, makers mark rubbed (2) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

589. A COLLECTION OF SILVER TO INCLUDE: two vesta cases, a cheroot holder, a calling card case, a sovereign case, and a miniature Guernsey jug, 4.3 troy oz (6) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

590. A VICTORIAN SILVER RECTANGULAR SHAPED PIN CUSHION with pierced foliate sides by Synyer & Beddoes, 18cm wide; a silver mustard pot with pierced sides and blue glass liner; a baluster shaped pepper; an ivory handled butter knife; a button hook; and a shoe horn set, cased (6) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

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591. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER MUSTARD POT of plain oval form with a domed hinged lid, finial and blue glass liner with spoon, a four divisional silver toast rack, and three silver topped scent bottles (5) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

592. A GERMAN SNUFF BOX, oval shaped and chased with scenes of children at play, 7.5cm long, stamped 800, 2.4 troy oz £40-60 (plus 24% BP*)

593. A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III SILVER SALTS, oval shaped decorated with cast rams heads and swag decoration, and further chased swags, 12.5cm long, London, 1793 makers A.B. possibly Alexander Barnet, 19.4 troy oz, with a felt liner mahogany chest (4) £800-1200 (plus 24% BP*)

594. A VICTORIAN SILVER SALVER with a scrolled shaped border and matching engraved semi circular panels, standing on three scrolled feet, 26cm diameter, London 1883 by Walter & John Barnard, 16.7 troy oz £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

595. A GEORGE V SILVER TEAPOT, baluster shaped with banded decoration, matching domed lid, wooden handle and finial, 18cm high, London 1935 by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, 20.7 troy oz in total £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

596. A SILVER ART DECO STYLE CASTOR of plain tapering form with a graduated pierced press on lid and finial, 19cm high, Sheffield 1936 by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, 8.2 troy oz £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

597. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TAZZA with a scroll and leaf border and four chased panels, standing on a matching foot, 18.5cm diameter, Sheffield 1904 by Walker & Hall, 10.5 troy oz £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

598. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER DISH, rectangular shaped with a gadrooned border and with chased foliate and scroll decoration, 25cm long, Sheffield 1893 by Henry Atkin, 17.3 troy oz £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

599. AN ART DECO STYLE SILVER SOUP LADLE with a reeded handle, 23cm long, Sheffield 1936 by The Harrison Brothers & Howson; a plain silver quaich stand on a turned base, 16cm wide, Birmingham 1937 by Mappin & Webb; a silver circular bowl of plain form with banded decoration, 11.5cm diameter, London 1935 by William Comyns & Sons Ltd; and a further plain silver bowl, 10cm diameter, Chester 1937 by Stokes & Ireland Ltd, 18.2 troy oz (4) £150-200 (plus 24% BP*)

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600. A SILVER RECTANGULAR CIGARETTE CASE with engine turned decoration, 10.5cm long, Birmingham 1927, by John Henry Wynn; a silver and enamel cigarette case by John William Barrett; two further cigarette cases and a silver plated petrol Dunhill table lighter, 10cm high (5) £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

601. A VICTORIAN SILVER TANKARD with engraved flower head and leaf decoration, stylised handle decorated with leaves, 12cm high, Birmingham 1873 by George Unite, 8.1 troy oz £120-160 (plus 24% BP*)

602. AN ART DECO STYLE VANITY SET CONSISTING OF a nail file, tweezers and two other tools on a free standing frame with a stepped foot, 13.5cm high, Birmingham 1933 by Crisford & Norris Ltd £40-60 (plus 24% BP*)

603. A SILVER TANKARD of plain tapering form, 9cm high, Birmingham 1912 by Elkington & Co Ltd; and a plain silver circular bowl, 7cm diameter, Birmingham 1936 for Harrods Ltd, 8.9 troy oz (2) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

604. A VICTORIAN SILVER TEAPOT, circular body with banded decoration, domed hinged lid, with a cast floral finial and cast shell feet, 29cm long, London 1942 by John James Keith; and a two handled sugar bowl of similar design by the same maker, 1861, 37 troy oz (2) £300-400 (plus 24% BP*)

605. A PAIR OF SILVER GOBLETS on turned stepped bases and with gilt interiors, 12cm high, Birmingham 1929, by S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd; and three miniature trophy cups, 5.3 troy oz (2) £50-80 (plus 24% BP*)

606. A SILVER CEDAR LINED CIGARETTE BOX with engine turned decoration, 17.2cm long, London 1935 by Alfred Ernest Neighbour; and two further cedar lined silver cigarette boxes (3) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

607. A PAIR OF SILVER FOUR DIVISIONAL TOAST RACKS, 11cm high, Birmingham 1936 by The Baker Brothers Silver Ltd; a further silver toast rack by William Henry Sparrow; two silver salts and a pepper, 11.3 troy oz (6) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

608. AN OCTAGONAL AND BALUSTER SHAPED CASTOR with a drilled and pierced lid and finial, 18.5cm high, Sheffield 1932 by Viner’s Ltd; two boat shaped twin handled salts, Birmingham 1897 by Hamilton & Inches and spoons, 7.5 troy oz £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

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609. A SILVER BACKED HAND HELD MIRROR with engine turned and pressed foliate decoration, 29cm long, Birmingham 1961 by W.G. Sothers Ltd; and a silver lidded cut glass circular jar, 17cm diameter, London 1973 by William Comyns & Sons (2) £50-60 (plus 24% BP*)

610. A TRIANGULAR SHAPED SILVER BOWL with a beaded edge, 11.5cm wide, Edinburgh 1935 for Brook & Son; a silver circular bowl with a wavy edge, three cabriole legs and applied crest, 10cm diameter, Sheffield 1930 by James Dixon & Sons Ltd; and a silver dish with fluted sides, 11.9 troy oz (3) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

611. A CASED PAIR OF SILVER SERVING SPOONS with gilt and engraved bowls, Sheffield 1905, makers mark H & B, cased; two plain silver napkin rings in a case; a set of mother of pearl handled and plated tea knives and forks, cased; a set of six silver cocktail sticks; and a plated and turned crumb scoop £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

612. A SILVER TAZZA with a pierced bowl, two scrolling arms and a turned stem and foot, 16cm high, Sheffield 1913 by Martin, Hall & Co; a silver cream jug with fluted sides, Sheffield 1901 by William Hutton & Sons Ltd; a further cream jug, stamped Sterling; and five silver baskets, 23 troy oz (8) £180-220 (plus 24% BP*)

613. A SILVER TAZZA with a shaped edge in the form of clouds and waves and standing on a turned stepped foot, 27cm diameter, Birmingham 1934 by The Adie Brother Ltd, 21.8 troy oz £180-220 (plus 24% BP*)

614. A COLLECTION OF SILVER PLATED TABLEWARE TO INCLUDE: an Art Deco style entrée dish and cover, three Art Deco dishes, a pair of toast racks, a pair of lidded mustard pots and a bottle coaster (9) £40-60 (plus 24% BP*) 615. A LARGE COLLECTION OF SILVER PLATE TO INCLUDE: a kettle on stand, entrée dishes, toast racks, candelabra, egg cruet and other items £50-100 (plus 24% BP*)

616. A TUDRIC PEWTER TEAPOT, water jug and basin after Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co., No. 0321, Jug 23cm high £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

617. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER RECTANGULAR TRAY with engine turned decoration, 28cm long, London 1903 by Charles Henry Dumenil, with a matching hand mirror, two hairbrushes, two clothes brushes, two silver tops for jars, by the same maker, and a further clothes brush, button hook and comb mount (11) £100-200 (plus 24% BP*)

BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 24% incl. VAT @ 20%

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618. A CEDAR LINED SILVER CIGARETTE BOX with engine turned decoration, 17cm long, Birmingham 1955, makers mark J.P.; and a further cedar lined Art Deco style cigarette box with engine turned decoration, marks rubbed (2) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)


619. A SILVER BALUSTER SHAPED CASTOR with a drilled and pierced lid and turned finial, 16.5cm high, Chester 1903 by Nathan & Hayes; an Art Deco style cream jug with a stepped rim and turned stepped foot, 11cm high, Birmingham 1936 by Mappin & Webb; and a two handled circular bowl, London 1932 by the same maker, 13.5 troy oz (3) £100-150 (plus 24% BP*)

620. A GEORGIAN SILVER MOUNTED PUNCH LADLE with a bead decorated pear shaped bowl and with a twisted whale bone handle, 38cm long; and a silver mounted moulded glass decanter and stopper, 27cm high (2) £50-80 (plus 24% BP*)

621. A SILVER SAUCE BOAT with egg and dart decorated edge, open double ‘C’ scroll handle and three cabriole legs with hoof feet, 17cm long, Birmingham 1932, by S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd; a pair of miniature sauce ladles with wavy edges by William Suckling Ltd; and a pair of silver knife rests, 10.4 troy oz (5) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

622. A COLLECTION OF SILVER TO INCLUDE: a pair of napkin rings with gadrooned edges, Sheffield 1931 by James Dixon & Sons Ltd; four further silver napkin rings; a three piece cruet set with glass liners; a further salt; pickle forks and flatware (qty) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

623. A SILVER SPECTACLE CASE in the form of an envelope with engraved scroll decoration, 10.5cm long, Birmingham 1923 by Henry Williamson Ltd; and a silver trinket box standing on cabriole legs, marks rubbed (2) £30-50 (plus 24% BP*)

624. A SET OF SIX SILVER AND ENAMEL COFFEE SPOONS, Birmingham 1958 by Walker & Hall; two further cased sets of silver teaspoons; and a cased set of five spoons £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

625. A SILVER AND ENAMEL DRESSING TABLE SET with rose and radiating decoration, consisting of a mirror, two hairbrushes, two clothes brushes, a comb, an atomizer and a silver topped glass jar by Mappin & Webb 1937; and a further plate, metal and enamel seven piece dressing table set £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

626. A PAIR OF SILVER AND BLUE ENAMEL HAIRBRUSHES, two clothes brushes, two silver and enamel top scent bottles and a jar, Birmingham 1928 and 1929 by Mappin & Webb (7) £80-120 (plus 24% BP*)

627. A GEORGE V SILVER PURSE with leather lining, engraved foliate decoration and chain, 13cm wide, Birmingham 1916; and a continental silver mesh purse with import marks for 1915 £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 24% incl. VAT @ 20%

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628. A SET OF SIX SILVER TEASPOONS, fiddle pattern, and engraved with leaves, Sheffield 1951 by Francis Howard Ltd; a set of six Old English pattern teaspoons, London 1793 by Peter & Ann Bateman; a cased set of hobnail handled teaspoons; a set of six coffee bean handled spoons; and a cased set of six plated tea knives, 9.1 troy oz; and various other plate to include two trays, a toast rack, sugar basin and other items (qty) £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

629. A BLUE ENAMEL AND SILVER SET OF SIX BUTTONS, two shoe buckles and a belt buckle by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1911, cased £150-250 (plus 24% BP*)

630. A COLLECTION OF ITEMS, to include various coinage; three nursing related badges; a bronze medallion of Henry VII by Jean Dassier and miscellaneous further items £40-60 (plus 24% BP*) 631. A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS THIRTEEN BASE METAL SOVEREIGN AND COIN CASES; three base metal napkin rings; and a small Swedish silver bowl and other items £60-80 (plus 24% BP*)

BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 24% incl. VAT @ 20%

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CONDITIONS OF SALE Mallams 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 the firm of Mallams 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 Mallams 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. (2) 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)The Auctioneers reserve the right to charge a deposit for certain lots. These will be indicated before the sale. 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 20%. This premium is subject to VAT at the rate imposed by law. 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 (1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will: (a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (b) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. (2) 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 (1) 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. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (1) 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: (a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; (c) 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; (d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) 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; (f) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) 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. (2) 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.

10. COMMISSION AND TELEPHONE 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 or by telephone. 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 (1) 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”. (2) 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. 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 (1) 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. (2). 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 at the commencement of 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. 21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions. ENDANGERED SPECIES LAWS Due to international laws, any item on the Endangered species list (i.e. Ivory, Rhino horn etc.), whether it dates from the 18th/19th Century or the 1930s, requires re-export permits for bidders outside the EU (CITES). Some countries also require import permits as well and all permits must be in place prior to shipment. Mallams cannot be held liable if a purchaser buys a lot that comes within this field and then import/export licences cannot be arranged. Certain countries, particularly the USA, have their own Endangered Species Act (USESA) and possession or being involved in a commercial transaction with any item on this list can be an offence for a US resident. Therefore, it is the potential buyers responsibility to check Federal regulations before bidding for a lot, which comes under these or similar regulations. Please note no license is required to sell or advertise within the EU if items are pre-1947. ONLINE BIDDING Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers, you: 1. authorise Mallams Fine Art auctioneers, 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 the-saleroom.com, and 2. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Mallams Fine art Auctioneers are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale. Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price.

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Absentee Bid Form

Mallams

Sale Date: .................................................................................................... Name: .......................................................................................................... Address: ....................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................... ...................................................................

Postcode ..................................

Telephone: 1............................................. 2 ............................................... Email: ...........................................................................................................

Notices

Lot

Brief Description

Price Limit

I hereby request Mallams to bid for the lots listed herewith up to the hammer price stated. The auctioneers, on my behalf, will try to purchase lots for the lowest possible price, in accordance with the usual bidding increments and taking into account the reserve and other bids. I understand that if any bid is successful the total price payable by me is the sum of the final bid and the buyer’s premium (plus VAT). I agree that the bids are made in accordance with the Conditions of Sale as printed in the catalogue.

Signed:

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Date: ................................

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I understand that absentee bids should be with the auctioneers at least one hour before the commencement of the auction.


Inviting Entries

The Picture Sale To include Marine Art

Wednesday 5th July Closing date for Entries Friday 16th June William Thornley (act. 1858 - 1898) Coastal view with fisher folk (detail) one of a pair 19 x 39cm Est. ÂŁ1000 - 1500

For more information please contact Rupert Fogden on 01865 241358 or rupert.fogden@mallams.co.uk Mallams Auctioneers / Bocardo House / St Michael’s Street Oxford OX1 2EB www.mallams.co.uk

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The Jewellery & Silver Sale - 29th March 2017 (Mallams Oxford)  

The Jewellery & Silver Sale - 29th March 2017 (Mallams Oxford)

The Jewellery & Silver Sale - 29th March 2017 (Mallams Oxford)  

The Jewellery & Silver Sale - 29th March 2017 (Mallams Oxford)

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