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Mallams Jewellery & Watches Silver & Objets de Vertu 27 & 28 March 2019 OXFORD

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Chinese & Japanese Art Wednesday 1st & Thursday 2nd May 2019 Cheltenham Entries Invited Closing Date: 10th April 2019

For more information or to arrange a free verbal valuation please contact Robin Fisher on 01242 235712 or robin.fisher@mallams.co.uk www.mallams.co.uk


Mallams 1788

Jewellery & Watches Wednesday 27 March at 11am

Silver & Objets de Vertu Thursday 28 March at 11am Viewing Saturday 23 March 9am – 1pm Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 March 9am – 5pm And the morning of each sale day

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

Bids 01865 241358 01865 725483 (fax) To bid via the internet please go to www.the-saleroom.com Or to view the catalogue online go to www.mallams.co.uk

Enquiries Jewellery & Watches Louise Dennis FGA DGA louise.dennis@mallams.co.uk Silver & Objets de Vertu Alicia Rogers alicia.rogers@mallams.co.uk

Front cover – Lot 782 Back cover – Lots 10, 121 and 124 Any lot not illustrated in the catalogue can be viewed online at www.mallams.co.uk


Mallams 1788

Order of Sale

Jewellery & Watches Wednesday 27 March at 11am Jewellery

1 – 359

Watches

360 - 422

Silver & Objets de Vertu Thursday 28 March at 11am Objets de Vertu

501 – 600A

Silver

601 - 893

Condition Reports and Images: oxford2@mallams.co.uk Important Sale Notice: Buyer’s premium 27% inclusive of VAT on each lot Lots purchased via saleroom.com will incur an additional charge of 4.95% + 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. Condition reports will be accepted up to 3pm on the day before the sale. Multiple or complicated requests for condition reports and images will be completed at our discretion. The absence of any reference to condition in any description does not imply the lot is without fault.

Important Gemstones Notice: Some lots are accompanied by reports issued by gemmological laboratories containing an opinion on some or all of the gemstones within that lot. The content of these reports is not guaranteed by Mallams and we cannot be held responsible for any disagreement regarding the content of them, or for a retrospective change in opinion provided by alternative laboratories after the sale. It is common practice for coloured gemstones such as jade, emerald and sapphire to be treated to enhance their appearance. Jade may be bleached, polymer/resin filled and dyed, or subjected to a combination of these treatments. Emeralds may be treated with oils or resins to improve their colour and clarity, similarly sapphires and rubies are routinely heated for the same purpose. Staining, irradiation and coating treatments may also be used and some treatments are not permanent. Prospective buyers should assume that all coloured gemstones sold by Mallams may have been treated, unless stated to the contrary in the catalogue description.


Jewellery & Watches Lots 1 - 422


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Lot 1

1. A VICTORIAN FANCY-LINK COLLAR NECKLACE, of brick-link design with beaded borders, suspending a heart-shaped locket pendant/clasp, centred with a trio of vari-cut garnets in foiled closed-back settings, glazed verso, accompanied by a fancy-link bracelet of similar design, with bead and ropetwist wirework decorated clasp, necklace length 39cm (2) £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 2. A VICTORIAN GARNET AND DIAMOND SET PANEL BROOCH, the circular panel centred with a starshaped cluster of circular mixed-cut and triangular step-cut almandine garnets, with rose-cut diamond points between, bordered by ropetwist wirework, scrolls and beaded decoration, with later fitting, diameter 4.2cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 3

Lot 4

Lot 2

3. A SMALL COLLECTION OF GARNET SET JEWELLERY, comprising a garnet and diamond set panel brooch, of scrolled openwork design, a single stone pendant, the oval cabochon garnet in foiled closed-back setting, with wirework border, two cluster brooches, and a stick pin, (pin broken), first brooch length 2.7cm (5) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

4. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, comprising a Victorian garnet set padlock clasp, with foliate scroll engraved decoration and glazed hairwork verso, a citrine single stone brooch, with bead and ropetwist border, a pair of citrine single stone ear pendants, a half pearl crescent and star brooch, a pair of Victorian ear pendants, with later fittings, and two pendant necklaces, (all pearls untested for origin), clasp length 3.2cm (7) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 5

Lot 6

5. A VICTORIAN LOCKET PENDANT, the hinged oval locket of fluted design, with ropetwist wirework decoration, together with a garnet and diamond set oval panel brooch, with bead and ropetwist wirework borders, glazed verso, (later fitting), lengths 3.8cm and 2.7cm respectively (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 6. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a pair of garnet and diamond set ear clips, each cabochon garnet centred with an oldcut diamond set star, on later screw-back fittings stamped ‘9ct’, a pair of circular boss ear clips, adapted with later screw-back fittings, a pair of citrine ear clips, with similar later fittings, and a half pearl and enamel boss brooch, glazed verso, (pearl untested for origin), first earrings diameter 1.35cm (4) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

7. A 19TH CENTURY GARNET PANEL BROOCH/PENDANT, circa 1820-30, the quatrefoil-shaped panel designed as four flowerhead clusters of pear-shaped garnets enclosing a single oval-cut garnet, below a similar bale, set throughout in foiled closed-back settings, glazed hairwork panel verso, later fitting, together with a pair of similarly set ear clips, also of flowerhead cluster design, on later screw-back fittings, brooch/pendant length 4.5cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 8

Lot 7

8. A VICTORIAN GARNET AND DIAMOND SET PENDANT, the cabochon garnet centred with an old-cut diamond in star setting, within an entwined hoop border, glazed hairwork compartment verso, together with an oval garnet set panel brooch, glazed verso, (later fitting), pendant length 3.65cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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9. TWO NOVELTY STICK PINS, the first modelled as a cockerel, with rose-cut diamond set body and red enamel accents, in Garrard & Co Ltd case, the second modelled as a running fox, with rose-cut diamond eye, in Hancocks & Co case, first terminal width 1.3cm (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

10. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE JEWELLERY, comprising a hardstone circlet brooch, the vari-coloured hardstone cabochons in bead and ropetwist wirework settings, an amethyst, diamond and half pearl cluster brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, a pietra dura dove brooch, a garnet set heart-shaped pendant, containing a hinged cupid panel with enamel inscription, glazed verso, a further heartshaped pendant, with enamel floral spray, glazed verso, and a scarf clip, with owl motif, first brooch length 2.8cm (6) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 11. AN AMETHYST LINE BRACELET, the graduated oval mixed-cut amethysts in claw settings, gilt metal mounted, length 17.5cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

12. AN ARTS AND CRAFTS AMETHYST PANEL RING, the cushion-shaped panel pierced and engraved with foliage and lozenge motifs, enclosing a mixed-cut amethyst in engraved collet setting, between flowerhead shoulders, gold and silver mounted, ring size H £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 13. A DIAMOND AND ENAMEL BIRD BROOCH, modelled as a fighting cock, pavé set throughout with graduated old and rose-cut diamonds, the head highlighted with red enamel, the reverse with later fitting, (three outer diamonds deficient), total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, length 2.45cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

14. A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN NOVELTY CUFFLINKS, each modelled as a fox’s mask and bugle, with chain-link fittings between and cabochon red stone eyes, inscribed to the reverse ‘Feb 21st 1903’, bugle length 1.9cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

15. A VICTORIAN DIAMOND SET BAR BROOCH, modelled as a rose-cut diamond set fox’s mask, with cabochon red stone eyes, within an old-cut diamond set horseshoe, to a riding crop mount, stamped ‘15’ and signed M&M, total weight of old-cut diamonds approximately 0.20ct, length 4.9cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 16. A DIAMOND HORSESHOE BAR BROOCH, the oldcut diamond set horseshoe motif to a uniform bar, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, length 6.3cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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17. AN AMETHYST AND HALF PEARL PENDANT ON CHAIN, the cushion-shaped mixed-cut amethyst claw set within a half pearl border, two colour precious metal mounted, suspended from a fancy-link chain stamped ‘585’, pendant length 3.15cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

18. AN ENAMEL AND DIAMOND SET BIRD BROOCH, modelled as a duck in flight, his wings and body highlighted with graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds, his head heightened with green, white and black enamel, 18ct gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, length 2.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

19. A PAIR OF 18CT GOLD CUFFLINKS, the oval panels with engine-turned decoration and chain-link fittings, together with a pair of bead and baton-link cufflinks, and a pair of mother of pearl mounted cufflinks, first cufflinks panel length 1.8cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

20. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the graduated old-cut diamonds to a scroll carved gallery, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size M £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 21. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL SIGNET RING, the oval panel with engraved monogram, ring size N £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

22. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval mixed-cut sapphire claw set within a single-cut diamond border, 18ct white gold mounted, ring size M £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 23. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL BANGLE, with pierced and foliate engraved decoration, inner diameter 6.3cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

24. A FANCY-LINK CHAIN, composed of fluted belcher links, with later swivel clasp, length 48cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 25. A 9CT GOLD BANGLE, of hinged oval form, with foliate engraved decoration, inner diameter 6.2cm £200-250 (plus 27% BP*) 26. A GATE-LINK BRACELET, stamped ‘15’, length 19cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 10

Lot 10 Lot 12

Lot 13

Lot 17

Lot 14

Lot 15

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27. A LATE VICTORIAN/EDWARDIAN DIAMOND AND HALF PEARL PANEL BROOCH, centred with an oldcut diamond and half pearl set shamrock, to an openwork foliate scrolled panel of further half pearls, stamped ‘SS 18’, (half pearls untested for origin), width 5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 28. A DIAMOND AND HALF PEARL TWO STONE CROSSOVER RING, obliquely claw set with a cushion-shaped old-cut diamond and a half pearl, the yellow precious metal mount stamped ‘18ct’, (pearl untested for origin), diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, ring size I £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 29. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE GYPSY RING, the cushion-shaped old-cut diamond to a fluted and tapered yellow precious metal mount, (diamond chipped), diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size T £500-800 (plus 27% BP*)

30. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the graduated old-cut diamonds in gypsy star settings, 18ct gold mounted, (hallmarks worn), total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, ring size M £120-150 (plus 27% BP*)

31. A VICTORIAN ENAMEL AND HALF PEARL BROOCH/PENDANT, centred with a blue enamel and half pearl set cross motif, within a stylised blue and white enamel anthemion surround with bead accents, suspending a graduated fringe below, glazed verso, with later fitting, (pearls untested for origin), length 6.9cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 32. TWO HALF PEARL AND GEM SET BROOCHES, the first a sapphire and half pearl set oval panel brooch, the second a green tourmaline and half pearl set foliate panel brooch, each stamped ‘15ct’, (pearls untested for origin), lengths 3.2cm and 3.1cm respectively (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

33. A DIAMOND AND HALF PEARL SET STICK PIN, the openwork lozenge-shaped panel centred with an old-cut diamond between two half pearls, stamped ‘15ct’, (half pearls untested for origin), panel length 1cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 34. TWO 19TH CENTURY GEM SET RINGS, the first a diamond and emerald three stone ring, with foiled closed-back pinched-claw settings, to a foliate scroll decorated mount with later shank, stamped ‘18ct’, the second a half pearl, diamond and blue enamel cluster ring, to an 18ct gold pierced and foliate engraved mount, (half pearls untested for origin), ring sizes N and J½ respectively (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

35. A MID-19TH CENTURY SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, centred with a cushionshaped sapphire and old-cut diamonds in foiled closed-back pinched claw settings, to a lozenge-shaped panel and openwork shoulders of scrolled design, glazed verso (possibly replaced), ring size J £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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36. A COLLECTION OF GEM SET EAR CLIPS, comprising a pair of citrine and seed pearl flowerhead cluster ear clips, with later screw-back fittings, a pair of green stone and half pearl cluster ear clips, bordered by C-scrolls, on later fittings stamped ‘9ct’, a pair of vari gem-set flowerhead ear clips, on later fittings stamped ‘9ct’, and a pair of garnet set ear clips, with ropetwist wirework decoration, (pearls untested for origin), first ear clips length 2cm (4) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 37. THREE PAIRS OF EARRINGS, comprising a pair of Victorian ear pendants, each hoop-shaped drop suspending a graduated fringe, on wire fittings, a pair of turquoise set earrings, on hinged wire fittings, and a pair of teardrop-shaped ear pendants, on similar fittings, first ear pendants length 5.7cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

38. A VICTORIAN OVAL SHELL CAMEO BROOCH/PENDANT, carved to depict the profile of Demeter, the Greek goddess of the Harvest, within a ropetwist wirework and bead decorated frame, length 4.6cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 39. A SCARAB BRACELET, the baton and bead-link bracelet spaced by three graduated scarabs, length 18.5cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 40. TWO OVAL SHELL CAMEO BROOCHES, the first carved to depict Vulcan’s Forge, to a foliate decorated mount, the second carved to depict The Three Graces, stamped ‘9ct’ and signed G&L, first brooch width 6.2cm (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

41. A CHARM BRACELET, the double-curb link bracelet suspending a collection of yellow metal, white metal and gilt metal charms, to include a bull fighter and a ship, length approximately 17cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 42. A CHARM BRACELET, the curb-link bracelet stamped ‘9 .375’, with 9ct gold padlock clasp, suspending five 9ct gold charms, to include a cuckoo clock and a boot, length 18cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

43. A BOULDER OPAL PENDANT ON CHAIN, the pearshaped cabochon boulder opal collet set to an Arts and Crafts style mount, decorated with foliage, berry clusters and a ropetwist border, suspended from a curb-link chain, pendant length 1.9cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

44. A CHARM BRACELET, the fancy-link bracelet stamped ‘9c’, suspending a collection of assorted 9ct gold, yellow metal, gilt metal and white metal charms, to include a pair of mother of pearl mounted opera glasses and a globe, length 17cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 28

Lot 31

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Lot 37

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Lot 45

Lot 46

45. A BANDED AGATE BEAD NECKLACE, the graduated agate beads with faceted spacers between, together with a ribbon bow brooch, (adapted with later fitting), two rings, and a collar necklace, first necklace length 39cm (5) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 46. A VICTORIAN CITRINE AND HARDSTONE DIRK BROOCH, inlaid with vari-coloured agate panels and circular mixed-cut citrines in closed foil-backed settings, with foliate scroll engraved decoration, unmarked, and a banded agate panel brooch, first brooch length 9.9cm (2) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 47

47. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a moss agate panel bracelet, a Victorian collar necklace, with star pierced links, a silver curb-link Albert chain, a bead and swag-link necklace, a silver contemporary collar necklace, a pair of stone set ear pendants, and further items, first bracelet length 18cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

48. A VICTORIAN HARDSTONE BANGLE, of hinged oval form with foliate scroll engraved decoration, inlaid with vari-coloured agate and jasper panels of red, green, yellow and white hues, the hoop-shaped clasp with chain-link fitting, inner diameter 6cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 50 Lot 52

Lot 51 49. A COLLECTION OF GEORGIAN AND LATER FOB SEALS, to include a citrine swivel fob seal, an amethyst mounted fob seal, inscribed ‘Alice’, a vari-coloured trophy fob seal, with chalcedony base and turquoise cabochon highlights, and a similarly set butterfly fob seal, with bloodstone base, suspended from an 18ct gold curb-link bracelet, with swivel clasp, longest seal fob length 2.9cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

50. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, to include two hardstone seal fobs, the first modelled as a spaniel, a Victorian 15ct gold scarf clip, modelled as a belt buckle, an enamel and diamond set initial panel, on black fabric bracelet, a boss brooch, a 22ct gold wedding band, an Aesthetic style locket pendant, a tortoiseshell piqué work panel, and further items, first seal fob width 2.1cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

51. A CITRINE SWIVEL FOB, the faceted citrine to a foliate engraved frame with scrolled surmount, suspended from a later 9ct gold brooch fitting, engraved with conforming decoration, swivel fob width 3.1cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

52. A COLLECTION OF GEORGIAN AND LATER HARDSTONE FOB SEALS, to include a vari-coloured bird fob seal, with initialled amethyst base, a bloodstone and cornelian swivel fob seal, a chalcedony fob seal, with foliate decorated mount, a citrine fob seal, with scrolled serpent mount, and a citrine swivel fob, first fob seal length 3cm (6) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 53. A COLLECTION OF FOB SEALS AND PENDANTS, suspended from a hoop-link bracelet, to include a hinged apple charm, opening to reveal a locket compartment and black enamel pips, an amethyst fob seal, with butterfly intaglio, to a mount of flowerheads and foliage, a cornelian fob seal, to a scrolled serpent mount, and a bloodstone fob seal, bracelet length 19cm £400-500 (plus 27% BP*) 54. A CHALCEDONY SWIVEL FOB SEAL PENDANT, with dual-sided inscription, suspended from a belcher-link long chain with swivel clasp, stamped ‘9ct’, pendant length 2.9cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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55. A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY AND LATER FOB SEALS, of varied design, mostly set with hardstones, together with a globe pendant and a tassel pendant, suspended from a curb-link bracelet with belcher-link extension chain, largest fob seal length 4cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 56. A CITRINE SET BRACELET, comprising a line of openwork curb links, centred with circular mixed-cut citrines, to a 9ct gold padlock clasp, hallmarked for Birmingham 1901, length 17.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

57. A VICTORIAN DIAMOND AND ENAMEL BROOCH AND EAR PENDANTS SUITE, the circular boss brooch centred with a star set lasque-cut diamond, to a turquoise blue enamel ground, bordered by ropetwist wirework, flowerheads and foliage, the ear pendants of conforming design, with fringe suspensions, on later screw-back fittings, gilt metal mounted, brooch diameter 3.7cm, ear pendants length 4.8cm (2) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 58. A VICTORIAN ENAMEL AND DIAMOND SET LOCKET PENDANT, the heart-shaped locket applied with a rose-cut diamond set floral spray to a turquoise blue enamel ground, containing a glazed hairwork compartment, together with a diamond set circular boss brooch, with beaded border, later fittings, pendant length 2.7cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 59. TWO HALF PEARL SET BROOCHES, the first a turquoise and half pearl set shamrock brooch, of openwork design, the second a crescent brooch, with pierced gallery, stamped ‘18’, (pearls untested for origin), lengths 2.8cm and 2.7cm respectively (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 60. A COLLECTION OF GEM SET DRESS RINGS, comprising three turquoise cabochon set rings, an opal and gem set cluster ring, stamped ‘9ct’, and a half pearl and red stone half hoop ring, (pearls untested for origin), cluster ring size M (5) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

61. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, comprising a topaz and half pearl cluster brooch, the cushion-shaped topaz of brownish-orange hue, a garnet set pendant, of foliate design, glazed verso, a turquoise set heart-shaped padlock clasp, glazed verso deficient, an oval citrine brooch, with bead and ropetwist wirework borders, an intaglio brooch, and a further brooch, with fringe suspension, first brooch length 2.2cm (6) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 62. A VICTORIAN CITRINE PANEL BROOCH/PENDANT, the oval mixed-cut citrine bordered by ropetwist wirework and beaded decoration, with later fitting, length 4cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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63. A VICTORIAN TURQUOISE PANEL BROOCH, the oval panel highlighted with a cluster of turquoise cabochons, bordered by similarly set star motifs, edged with ropetwist wirework, glazed verso, together with a pair of similar ear clips, on later fittings, brooch length 3.7cm (2) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 64. A VICTORIAN TURQUOISE PANEL BRACELET, of articulated design, each panel highlighted with graduated turquoise cabochons and engraved with foliate scroll decoration, length 18.5cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 65. A TURQUOISE AND HALF PEARL SET BRACELET, comprising a series of openwork knot-shaped panels, alternately highlighted by cabochon turquoise and half pearls, with curb links between, stamped ‘15’, (half pearls untested for origin), length 18.5cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

66. A CHARM BRACELET, the belcher-link chain with engraved heart-shaped clasp, suspending a collection of 9ct gold and yellow precious metal charms, to include a St Christopher and a top hat, length 15.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 67. A ROPETWIST-LINK LONG CHAIN, with swivel clasp, stamped ‘9C JM’, length 138cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 68. AN 18CT THREE COLOUR GOLD FANCY-LINK CHAIN, of herringbone design, length 43cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

69. AN 18CT GOLD LONG CHAIN BY UNOAERRE, of foxtail-link design, length 80cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

70. THREE FANCY-LINK CHAINS, comprising a belcher-link chain, with later gilt metal fittings, a 9ct gold baton-link chain, and a 14ct gold box-link chain, first chain length 40cm (3) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 71. A 9CT GOLD ALBERT CHAIN, of graduated curb-link design, suspending a 9ct gold T-bar and a gilt metal locket pendant, chain length 32.5cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

72. A VICTORIAN GUARD CHAIN, with swivel clasp, stamped ‘9c’, suspending a hardstone locket and further pendant, chain length 140cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 74

Lot 75

73. A 19TH CENTURY CORAL PANEL BROOCH, modelled as a carved coral corallium rubrum cherub amongst foliage, fruits and flowers, suspending three similarly carved drops below, cased, width 5.5cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 76

74. A VICTORIAN CAMEO PENDANT, the oval conch shell cameo carved to depict a classical portrait profile, bordered by oval coral corallium rubrum cabochons, (glazed verso deficient), suspended from a trace-link chain, together with a coral corallium rubrum single strand bead necklace, pendant length 4.5cm (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 75. A CORAL BEAD NECKLACE, the single strand of slightly graduated coral corallium rubrum beads with colourless spacers between, to a later clasp, length 40cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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76. A 19TH CENTURY MULTI-STRAND CORAL NECKLACE AND MATCHED BRACELET, the necklace designed as a torsade of coral corallium rubrum, to coral bead fittings with chequered decoration, accompanied by a bracelet of conforming design, with foliate scroll engraved clasp, lengths 54cm and 20.5cm respectively (2) £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 77. A HORN AND PASTE PENDANT, in the Art Nouveau style, the carved horn dragonfly panel heightened in shades of orange, green and brown, with paste cabochon and drop, width 10.45cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 77

Lot 78 78. A VICTORIAN SHELL CAMEO PENDANT, the oval shell cameo carved to depict a winged goddess holding a dove amongst clouds, to a ropetwist wirework decorated mount, length 6.9cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

79. A VICTORIAN OVAL SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, carved to depict Cupid holding a bow, within a ropetwist wirework decorated frame, length 4.4cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 79 80. A VICTORIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL REVIVAL PANEL BROOCH, the shaped oval panel applied with ropetwist wirework and beaded decoration, glazed verso, stamped ‘18’, length 3.5cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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81. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN EAR PENDANTS, each foliate panel with a trio of pear-shaped white stones in closed-back settings, suspending a beaded drop below, (one drop detached), on wire fittings, gilt metal mounted, length 4.6cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 82. A GEORGIAN ENAMEL AND HAIRWORK MEMORIAL PENDANT, the oval panel decorated with a funerary urn highlighted with pearls, mother of pearl and beads, enclosed by a hairwork spray, to an opalescent enamel ground, the reverse with plaited hairwork panel incorporating monogram ‘JRG’, with border inscription ‘John Gunn, Obt 11 Ap’l 1797, Aet 69’ and ‘Reb’a Gunn, Obt 13 Aug 1800, Aet 71’, length 6.8cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

83. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include an agate cross pendant, a turquoise set locket pendant, glazed verso, a freshwater pearl and blue stone pendant necklace, a white stone dress ring, an enamel pendant, and further items, first pendant diameter 2.3cm £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 84. A 19TH CENTURY MEMORIAL RING, centred with a glazed plaited hairwork panel, between pierced and engraved foliate shoulders, (shank split), together with an Edwardian garnet-topped doublet and diamond half hoop ring, 18ct gold mounted, a 9ct gold signet ring, monogrammed, a white stone half hoop ring, a golf club propelling pencil, and a similar bar brooch, first ring size M (6) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 85. A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the openwork cluster of cushion-shaped old-cut diamonds spaced by black enamel batons, between tapered foliate shoulders, yellow precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size M½ £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

86. A VICTORIAN OVAL SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, carved to depict a classical female portrait in profile, with swivel glazed verso, bordered by acorns and oak leaves, together with a further oval shell cameo brooch, carved to depict The Three Graces, first brooch length 5.1cm (2) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 87. A 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL PIQUÉ WORK BEAD NECKLACE, the single strand of graduated tortoiseshell beads inlaid with repeating gold and silver hoop-shaped motifs, length of beads 48cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 88. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY DIAMOND FULL HOOP ETERNITY RING, set throughout with cushion-shaped old-cut diamonds in closed foil-backed settings, gold and silver mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size O £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

89. A GEORGIAN DIAMOND AND ENAMEL PANEL RING, circa 1820-30, the navette-shaped panel centred with a marquise-shaped old-cut diamond in pinched claw setting, to a blue enamel ground, bordered by single-cut diamonds in foiled closed-back settings, gold and silver mounted, (one diamond deficient), principal diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size I £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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90. A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CUT STEEL EAR PENDANTS, with bead drops, on wire fittings, and a collar necklace, adapted from pierced and engraved pocket watch balance cocks, ear pendants length 3.3cm (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

91. A LATE VICTORIAN MEMORIAL RING, centred with three half pearl and black enamel panels, to an engraved hoop with plaited hairwork detail, the 9ct gold mount hallmarked for Chester 1892, maker’s mark ‘WGM’, (pearls untested for origin), ring size M £70-90 (plus 27% BP*) 92. A HARDSTONE CAMEO RING, the oval agate cameo carved with a classical portrait profile, to an 18ct gold mount hallmarked for London 1920, inscribed ‘In memory of Alec, 11/10/18’, ring size R½ £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

93. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a Victoria half sovereign, dated 1887, loose mounted in a pierced and engraved pendant mount, suspended from a ropetwist-link chain, 9ct gold mounted, a Victorian oval memorial pendant, with black enamel decoration, suspended from a belcher and bead-link chain, a lady’s 9ct gold bracelet watch by Rotary, and a 9ct gold and onyx signet ring, locket pendant length 4.6cm (4) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

94. THREE PENDANTS, comprising an oval locket pendant, with black enamel monogram, a further locket pendant, with engraved foliate decoration and scalloped border, and an enamel charm, modelled as a recumbent cow, first pendant length 3.9cm (3) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

95. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, comprising an amethyst, citrine and peridot cluster brooch, a flowerhead cluster brooch, with foiled closed-back settings, a late Victorian diamond and ruby set panel brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, a 9ct three colour gold Russian wedding band, a blue enamel and half pearl dress ring, an enamel fish pendant with bow brooch fitting, and a further pendant, (half pearls untested for origin), first brooch length 1.85cm (7) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

96. A COLLECTION OF DRESS RINGS, comprising a garnet single stone ring, with pierced and engraved foliate shoulders, a five stone ring, with beaded setting, a cluster ring, 18ct gold mounted, a 9ct two colour gold knot ring, and a cabochon set ring, first ring size approximately I (5) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 97. THREE GEM SET RINGS, comprising a late Victorian turquoise and half pearl panel ring, 18ct gold mounted, a half pearl five stone ring, also 18ct gold mounted, and a garnet single stone ring, (half pearls untested for origin), first ring size O (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

98. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising an 18ct gold signet ring, a 22ct gold wedding band, a further band ring, stamped ‘18’, a pair of monogrammed oval panel cufflinks, stamped ‘10ct’, three further cufflinks and two hardstone fob seals, first ring size N½ £400-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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99. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER GEM SET RINGS, comprising a late Victorian diamond five stone gypsy ring, the 18ct gold mount hallmarked for Birmingham 1887, an Edwardian sapphire and diamond gypsy ring, also 18ct gold mounted, a heart-shaped cluster ring, stamped ‘15’, and four further rings, first ring size P½ (7) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

100. A CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE WITH DIAMOND SET CLASP, the single strand of graduated cultured pearls to a navette-shaped panel clasp, highlighted with graduated brilliant and single-cut diamonds, together with a seed pearl torsade collar necklace, with blue enamel clasp, first necklace length 45.5cm (2) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 101. A GARNET MULTI-STRAND BEAD NECKLACE, with fluted spacer beads, to a circular boss-shaped panel with wirework and bead borders, glazed verso, (later adapted), length 39cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 102. A 9CT GOLD ROPETWIST-LINK CHAIN, length 60cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

103. A DIAMOND CLUSTER BAR BROOCH, the pierced and millegrained flowerhead cluster of old-cut diamonds to a knife edged bar, stamped ‘BHJ’ and ‘18’, length 5.6cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

104. THREE BROOCHES, comprising an enamel regimental bar brooch, a half pearl and gem set wreath brooch, stamped ‘15’, and a gem set panel brooch, stamped ‘9ct plat’, first brooch length 5.2cm (3) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 105. A COLLECTION OF GEM SET DRESS RINGS, comprising an opal and diamond five stone ring, 18ct gold mounted, two diamond and red stone rings, also 18ct gold mounted, a diamond panel ring, stamped ‘18ct & plat’, and a cabochon set ring, together with an 18ct gold panelled ring, inscribed, first ring size O½ (6) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

106. A ROPETWIST-LINK CHAIN, stamped ‘9kt’, a 22ct gold wedding band, an 18ct gold wedding band, two further rings, and a 9ct gold gate-link bracelet, chain length 60cm (6) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

107. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a 9ct gold curb-link bracelet, a 9ct gold ropetwist-link chain, a cultured pearl dress ring, a 9ct gold cased lady’s bracelet watch, and a further bracelet, first bracelet length 19cm (5) £120-150 (plus 27% BP*)

109. A DIAMOND GYPSY RING, the pierced and tapered mount highlighted by an old-cut diamond in star setting, stamped ‘18’ and signed B.H.J, ring size E £70-90 (plus 27% BP*) 110. A COLLECTION OF RINGS, comprising a 22ct gold wedding band, an engraved 18ct gold wedding band, a further 18ct gold wedding band, a signet ring, stamped ‘18ct’, a pearl single stone ring, and two further rings, (pearl untested for origin) (7) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

111. A COLLECTION OF GEM SET BAR BROOCHES, to include an amethyst and half pearl set brooch, a garnet two stone brooch, with scrolled mount, a coral corallium rubrum five stone brooch, a turquoise and half pearl set insect brooch, and four further examples, (half pearls untested for origin), first brooch length 4.7cm (8) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 112. A DIAMOND TWO STONE STICK PIN, the old-cut diamonds in obliquely positioned claw settings, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

113. A VICTORIAN OVAL SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, carved to depict the profiles of Ares, the Greek god of War, and Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of Love, to represent beauty and valour, within a shell and foliate scroll decorated frame, and a Victorian silver oval locket pendant, suspended from a fancy-link panel necklace, with engraved decoration, brooch length 6.5cm (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 114. A COLLECTION OF RINGS, comprising a 9ct gold buckle ring, with scrolled decoration, a 22ct gold wedding band, and two 9ct gold wedding bands, first ring size R½ (4) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 115. AN OPAL SINGLE STONE RING, the oval cabochon opal in collet setting, to a fancy 18ct gold mount, together with an opal triplet single stone ring, stamped ‘9ct’, and an unmounted cabochon, first ring size P½ (3) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

116. A RUBY AND HALF PEARL DRESS RING, 15ct gold mounted, hallmarked for Chester 1900, and a five stone ring, 18ct gold mounted, hallmarked for London 1892, (some stones possibly replaced, half pearls untested for origin), ring sizes I and J respectively (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

108. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a two colour gate-link bracelet, with padlock clasp stamped ‘15ct’, a lady’s 18ct gold cased wristwatch, with gilt metal expanding bracelet, a bar brooch, stamped ‘18ct’, a further pin brooch, and a pair of ear studs, bracelet length 19cm (5) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 117 117. A CONTINENTAL DIAMOND FRINGE NECKLACE, comprising a series of graduated two colour pearshaped panels, each an openwork arrangement of foliate scrolls and flowerheads, highlighted with table, rose and lasque-cut diamonds in closed-back settings, suspended from a conforming panel-link necklace with trace-link connections and rectangular panel clasp, in fitted retailer’s case signed Charles Desprez, 86 Park Street, Bristol, length 42cm £1000-2000 (plus 27% BP*) 118. A LATE VICTORIAN 9CT GOLD BANGLE, of hinged oval form, with engraved decoration, a ropetwist-link chain section, suspending a foliate engraved cube pendant, stamped ‘9c’, and a 9ct gold cased wristwatch, bangle inner diameter 6.1cm (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

119. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a silver and purple paste thistle brooch, by Charles Horner, (one paste deficient), an enamel heart-shaped locket pendant, a silver and enamel butterfly brooch, an enamel pendant on chain, a half pearl set three-leaf clover bar brooch, two pairs of earrings, and other items, first brooch diameter 2.45cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

120. A GARNET AND CULTURED PEARL BROOCH, modelled as a ribbon bow, 9ct gold mounted, and a 9ct gold circular locket pendant, with engine-turned decoration and engraved monogram, on a trace-link chain, brooch width 3.3cm (2) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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121. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY VARI GEM-SET PANEL BROOCH, the three colour circular panel centred with a turquoise and half pearl set foliate spray, within a wreath of flowerheads, foliage and foiled-back circular-cut pink stones, glazed hairwork compartment verso, with later fitting, together with a citrine set panel brooch, of lozenge-shaped outline, similarly decorated with flowerheads, foliage and beaded borders, (half pearls untested for origin), lengths 2.8cm and 5cm respectively (2) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

122. A VARI GEM-SET SPRAY BROOCH, of wirework design, issuing a spray of oval mixed-cut pink topaz and oval and pearshaped mixed-cut chrysoberyls in claw settings, each terminating with a cushion-shaped old-cut diamond, yellow precious metal mounted, length 6.2cm £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

123. A 19TH CENTURY TOPAZ PANEL BROOCH, circa 1820-30, the cannetille work lozengeshaped panel accented with vari-cut pink topaz in foiled closed-back settings, (later pin), together with a Victorian emerald and half pearl set panel brooch, with chain-link swags and detachable tassel drop, glazed verso, (later fitting, pearls untested for origin)), lengths 3.9cm and 6.6cm respectively (2) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

124. A 19TH CENTURY RUBY AND EMERALD PENDANT/BROOCH AND MATCHED MEMORIAL BROOCH, circa 1830, the circular pendant/brooch centred with a glazed panel, bordered by alternating cushion-shaped mixed-cut rubies and emeralds in ropetwist decorated settings, to a beaded ground, with detachable bale and glazed compartment verso, the shaped rectangular brooch of conforming design, with central plaited hairwork compartment, the reverse with memorial inscription dated 1834, pendant/brooch length 3.65cm (2) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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125. A VARI GEM-SET ‘REGARD’ BROOCH, the elongated cushion-shaped panel centred with a line of circular-cut vari-coloured gemstones in foiled closed-back settings, to include amethyst, garnet and diamond, within a bead and ropetwist wirework border, (some stones later replaced), length 2.9cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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126. A VICTORIAN RUBY AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the cushion-shaped old-cut diamond claw set between two similarly shaped rubies and pierced foliate scroll shoulders, gold mounted, inscribed ‘J.C. M.S. 1871’, diamond weight approximately 0.18ct, ring size O½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

127. A VARI GEM-SET ‘REGARD’ RING, centred with a line of mixed-cut and cabochon varicoloured gemstones in foiled closed-back settings, to include diamond, garnet and amethyst, to a bead and ropetwist wirework decorated mount, with foliate scroll engraved band, (some stones possibly replaced), ring size J £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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128. A 19TH CENTURY TOPAZ FIVE STONE RING, the graduated oval mixed-cut topaz of pale blue hues, in beaded pinched claw setting, to a foliate and scroll engraved hoop, gold mounted, ring size L £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

129. TWO 19TH CENTURY CLUSTER RINGS, each with a cluster of half pearls, green and red/purple stones in beaded pinched-claw settings, (some stones later replaced), the first with a 9ct gold pierced and foliate engraved mount, with later glazed verso, hallmarked for Birmingham 1861, the second with an 18ct gold foliate engraved mount, hallmarked for London 1841, (half pearls untested for origin), ring sizes J½ and I respectively (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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130. A VICTORIAN RUBY, DIAMOND AND PEARL CRESCENT BAR BROOCH, the knife-edged bar centred with a crescent of alternating mixed-cut rubies and old and lasque-cut diamonds, spaced by a trio of pearls, gold mounted, (pearls untested for origin), total diamond weight approximately 0.18ct, length 4.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 131. A DIAMOND AND GEM SET DRESS RING, of tapered wirework design, centred with a round brilliant-cut diamond and two circular-cut synthetic rubies in claw settings, with smaller single and brilliant-cut diamonds between, edged by ropetwist decoration, white precious metal mounted, (diamond chipped), total diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size H-I £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*) 132. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CRESCENT BROOCH, alternately set with circular mixed-cut sapphires and pairs of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.25ct, length 2.8cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

133. A RUBY, DIAMOND AND PEARL SET PANEL BRACELET, centred with two entwined openwork navette-shaped panels, highlighted by a trio of pearls and bordered by channels of step-cut rubies and single and old-cut diamonds, on a two colour fancy-link bracelet, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, length 17cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 134. A VICTORIAN RUBY AND HALF PEARL PANEL BROOCH, modelled as two entwined crescent moons of graduated half pearls, spaced by a trio of ruby set stars, together with a ruby and diamond cluster ring, 9ct gold mounted, (pearls untested for origin), brooch length 2.9cm (2) £120-150 (plus 27% BP*) 135. A SAPPHIRE THREE STONE RING, the oval and cushion-shaped mixed-cut sapphires claw set to a foliate engraved band, with ropetwist wirework and bead decoration, stamped ‘15ct’, ring size P £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

136. A RUBY AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, the oval mixed-cut ruby claw set between pairs of graduated round brilliant and old-cut diamonds, spaced by diamond points, between scrolled shoulders, yellow precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.55ct, ring size M £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

137. AN EDWARDIAN GEM SET BANGLE, of hinged oval form, with ropetwist wirework and bead decoration, centred with a line of graduated garnet-topped doublet red stones, spaced by old and single-cut diamonds, hallmarked for Birmingham 1903, inner diameter 5.7cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 138. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PANEL BROOCH, the openwork panel of foliate scrolls, centred with a trio of circular mixed-cut sapphires, framed by graduated old, single and rose-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, length 4.65cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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139. A LATE VICTORIAN BANGLE, of hinged oval form, applied with a frieze of ropetwist wirework, beads and scrolls, stamped ‘15ct’, inner diameter 5.8cm £120-150 (plus 27% BP*)

140. A RUBY AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the oval mixed-cut ruby claw set between two round brilliant-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct & pt’, together with a ruby foliate spray brooch by Cropp & Farr, 9ct gold mounted, accompanied by Mappin & Webb Ltd retailer’s case and receipt dated 1975, ring size J, brooch length 3.6cm (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

141. A HALF PEARL AND ENAMEL LOCKET PENDANT, the circular locket with central half pearl, to an engineturned ground with white enamel borders, suspended from a fancy-link chain stamped ‘15’, (pearl untested for origin), pendant diameter 2.45cm, chain length 44cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 142. A RUBY AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the circular mixed-cut ruby claw set between two old-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct plat’, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, ring size M £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 143. A RED SPINEL AND DIAMOND TWO STONE CROSSOVER RING, the cushion-shaped mixed-cut red spinel and old-cut diamond obliquely positioned in claw settings, between single and old-cut diamond set shoulders, white precious metal mounted, indistinctly marked, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, ring size J½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

144. A FANCY-LINK CHAIN WITH GEM SET CLASP, the two colour precious metal curb-link chain with box-shaped clasp, applied with a circular-cut sapphire and single-cut diamond cluster, length 46cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 145. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PANEL RING, the pierced circular panel centred with a cushion-shaped mixed-cut sapphire, bordered by single-cut diamonds, between bifurcated shoulders, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, with lozenge-shaped mark, ring size K £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 146. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the rectangular step-cut sapphire bordered by single-cut diamonds, stamped ‘18ct & plat’, ring size N £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

147. A RUBY AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, centred with a cluster of cushion-shaped old-cut diamonds in millegrained collet settings, to a circular border of step-cut rubies, above a scroll pierced gallery, two colour precious metal mounted, (rubies untested for natural/synthetic origin), total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size I £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

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148. A DIAMOND, PEARL AND ENAMEL PENDANT/BROOCH, of quatrefoil design, centred with a lasque-cut diamond set floral spray to a blue enamel ground, within a beaded white enamel border edged by single pearls, suspended from a tracelink chain with clasp stamped ‘9ct’, (one pearl deficient, pearls untested for origin), pendant/brooch length 3cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

149. A HALF PEARL AND ENAMEL HEART BROOCH/PENDANT, heightened with red enamel decoration and bordered by half pearls, (pearls untested for origin), length 2.3cm £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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150. A DIAMOND, HALF PEARL AND ENAMEL PANEL BROOCH, the oval panel centred with an old-cut diamond and half pearl cluster to a green enamel ground, with white enamel border, together with a heart-shaped pendant of similar design, centred with an old-cut diamond in star-shaped setting, glazed verso, numbered 14320 and stamped ‘15ct’, (pearls untested for origin), lengths 2cm and 2.4cm respectively (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

151. A DIAMOND AND ENAMEL PANEL BROOCH, the shield-shaped panel highlighted with individual lasque-cut diamonds to a blue enamel ground, within a scrolled and beaded openwork white enamel border, surmounted by a similarly cut diamond set ribbon bow, length 2.9cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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152. TWO PAIRS OF ENAMEL AND DIAMOND SET EAR CLIPS, the first of shieldshaped outline, each highlighted with a rose-cut diamond set floral spray to a blue enamel ground, with diamond set border, on screw-back fittings, the second of openwork trefoil outline, each centred with a varicut diamond cluster, bordered by green enamel, on similar fittings stamped ‘9ct’, lengths 2.35cm and 1.5cm respectively (2) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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153. A DIAMOND, PEARL AND ENAMEL PANEL BROOCH, the circular panel centred with a rose-cut diamond set double-heart motif surmounted by a lover’s knot, to a blue enamel ground with white enamel border, framed by pearls, glazed verso, (pearls untested for origin), diameter 2.8cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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154. A COLLECTION OF ENAMEL AND GEM SET EAR CLIPS, comprising a pair of heart-shaped ear clips, each centred with an old-cut diamond to a green and white enamel ground, on later screw-back fittings, a pair of diamond, blue enamel and half pearl ear clips, on later screw-back fittings stamped ‘9ct’, and a pair of garnet and white enamel flowerhead ear clips, also on later fittings, first ear clips length 1.35cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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155. A HALF PEARL, DIAMOND AND ENAMEL LOCKET PENDANT, the heart-shaped locket centred with a half pearl and old-cut diamond cluster, to a blue enamel ground with beaded white enamel border, (pearls untested for origin), length 3cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

156. A HALF PEARL AND ENAMEL BROOCH, the heart-shaped panel centred with a half pearl to a white and red enamel ground, bordered by further half pearls, glazed verso, with later fitting, (pearls untested for origin), length 2.3cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

157. A HALF PEARL, DIAMOND AND ENAMEL HEART BROOCH/PENDANT, centred with a half pearl and rose-cut diamond cluster, to a green enamel ground with beaded white enamel border, framed by further rose-cut diamonds, together with a diamond and enamel panel brooch, the oval panel highlighted with individual rose-cut diamonds to a green enamel ground, within a beaded white enamel border, (pearls untested for origin), lengths 2.35cm and 1.95cm respectively (2) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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158. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL FANCY-LINK BRACELET, of ropetwist curb-link design, stamped ‘750’, with lozenge-shaped maker’s mark, length 20cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

159. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND SET PANEL BROOCH, modelled as a sea anemone, accented with a round brilliant-cut diamond and circular mixed-cut sapphires in scatter formation, stamped ‘Italy 18k’, diameter 3.3cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 160. A FANCY-LINK COLLAR NECKLACE, of woven herringbone design, stamped ‘750’, length 40.5cm £350-450 (plus 27% BP*)

161. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL DRESS RING, the whorl-shaped panel centred with a textured leaf, stamped ‘585’, ring size J £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

162. A TAHITIAN CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the Tahitian cultured pearl measuring approximately 12.6mm in diameter, bordered by round brilliant-cut diamonds in a raised wirework setting, yellow precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, ring size L Accompanied by purchase receipt and case from Frederic Missir, Tahiti, receipt dated 31 October 1994 £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

163. A PAIR OF 18CT GOLD EAR CLIPS BY TIFFANY & CO, of fluted half hoop design, on hinged clip fittings, signed and stamped ‘750’, with maker’s marks T & Co and London import marks for 1993, length 1.95cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 164. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND SET FANCY-LINK BRACELET, the double-row figaro-link bracelet spaced by two batons, each with a line of round brilliant-cut diamonds and cabochon sapphire terminals, to a baton-shaped clasp of conforming design, stamped ‘750’, total diamond weight approximately 0.35ct, length 17.5cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*) 165. AN ENAMEL PANEL BRACELET, comprising a line of repeating openwork panels, heightened with blue enamel decoration, stamped ‘750’, length 19cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*) 166. A DIAMOND SET DRESS RING, of crossover design, inset with two rows of round brilliant-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size L½

By repute, this ring was purchased from a staff sale at Cartier in the 1990s. Accompanied by a valuation for insurance document issued by Cartier, dated 16 January 1997 £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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167. A VARI GEM-SET PENDANT NECKLACE, the abstract pierced panel of brushed finish, collet set with an oval cabochon opal and an oval mixed-cut tanzanite, above a brilliant-cut diamond highlight, maker’s mark ‘CJ’, suspended from a snake-link chain, 18ct gold mounted, together with two pairs of gem set ear studs, a single gem set ear stud, and a brooch/pendant, first pendant length 3.3cm (5) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

168. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the uniform round brilliant-cut diamonds in collet settings, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, total diamond weight approximately 0.60ct, ring size K £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 169. AN 18CT GOLD AND LAPIS LAZULI CHAIN BY SANNIT & STEIN, comprising a line of fancy ropetwist and hoopshaped links, spaced by lapis lazuli batons, signed S&S and hallmarked for London 1975, length 80cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 170. A JADE ANNULAR PENDANT, the circular jade panel suspended from a wirework mount with flowerhead accents, on a curb-link chain, each stamped ‘585’, (jade untested for treatments), pendant length 3.4cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 171. AN AMETHYST SINGLE STONE RING, the oval cabochon amethyst in abstract collet setting, to a tapered band, 18ct gold mounted, hallmarked for London 1984, maker’s mark ‘AD’, ring size R £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

172. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the oval mixed-cut sapphire in abstract claw setting, between two round brilliant-cut diamond highlights, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18k’ and numbered V56284, ring size M £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

173. A DIAMOND AND FRESHWATER PEARL BROOCH/PENDANT, the single freshwater pearl drop surmounted by a trio of old-cut diamonds in claw settings, on a knifeedge bar mount with pin fitting, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, length 3.6cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 174. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE GYPSY RING, the old-cut diamond in star setting, to an 18ct gold panelled mount, ring size S £120-150 (plus 27% BP*) 175. A DIAMOND SET DRESS RING, of crossover design with pierced shoulders, centred with a circular mixed-cut red stone between two old-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, ring size J £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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176. A FANCY-LINK COLLAR NECKLACE AND BRACELET SUITE, of part-frosted bead and baton-link design, stamped ‘750’, necklace length 42cm, bracelet length 18.5cm (2) £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

177. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising an Art Deco diamond set panel ring, the principal round brilliant-cut diamond in millegrain square setting, to an octagonal panel with carved decoration, between rose-cut diamond set shoulders, a diamond single stone ring, the round brilliant-cut diamond in an openwork square setting, with interior inscription dated 1917, a hardstone cameo brooch, two 9ct gold signet rings, a jade pendant (untested for treatments), a coral corallium rubrum and simulated pearl necklace, a pair of 9ct gold dress studs, and further items, contained in case, first ring size M½ £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 178. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.40ct, ring size K½ £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

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179. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamond in eight claw setting, white precious metal mounted, diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size O £1000-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

180. A RUBY AND DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, alternately set with circular mixed-cut rubies and round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct two colour gold mounted, together with a diamond full hoop eternity ring, set throughout with round brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, ring sizes O and O½ respectively (2) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

181. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in illusion setting, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct plat’, total diamond weight approximately 0.35ct, ring size O £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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182. A FANCY-LINK BRACELET BY UNOAERRE, the yellow precious metal tubular bracelet of beaded mesh-link design, signed and stamped ‘750’, accompanied by a white precious metal slider pendant of spiral form, accented with a line of round brilliant-cut diamonds, bracelet length 18cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 183. A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, centred with a pierced rectangular cluster of baguette and round brilliant-cut diamonds, the shoulders and gallery highlighted with further graduated brilliants, 18ct white gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.85ct, ring size O £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 184. A DIAMOND FULL HOOP ETERNITY RING, set throughout with round brilliant-cut diamonds in part-collet settings, yellow precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.75ct, ring size O £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

185. A DIAMOND CIRCLET PENDANT, designed as an openwork hoop of round brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘14k’ and signed JCR, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, diameter 2.4cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 186. A VARI GEM-SET BANGLE, of hinged oval form, modelled as two leopard’s heads enclosing a central hoop, set throughout with square step-cut rubies, sapphires and emeralds, spaced by round brilliant-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, inner diameter 6cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 187. A 9CT GOLD ROPETWIST-LINK CHAIN, and a 9ct gold fancy-link bracelet, chain length 50cm (2) £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

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188. A 9CT GOLD ANCHOR-LINK CHAIN, length 76cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 189. A 9CT GOLD BELCHER-LINK CHAIN, length 54cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

190. TWO WEDDING BANDS, the first a flat court section band with part-frosted decoration, stamped ‘750’, the second a two colour band of similar design, ring size V (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

191. A HALF SOVEREIGN SET BRACELET, the Edward VII half sovereign dated 1910, loose mounted to a 9ct gold gate-link bracelet, length 18cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 192. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN EAR PENDANTS, each amphora-shaped drop applied with a ropetwist wirework and beaded quatrefoil motif, suspending a graduated fringe and surmounted by an openwork panel with further bead accents, on wire fittings, length 5.9cm £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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193. AN INDIAN DIAMOND, SEED PEARL AND ENAMEL COLLAR NECKLACE, centred with a stylised flowerhead cluster panel of lasque-cut diamonds in foiled closed-back settings, to a double strand seed pearl collar spaced by baton-shaped panels of similarly cut diamonds, each panel reverse heightened with red, green and white floral enamel decoration, on a later unassociated flattened-link back chain, central panel width 2.7cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*) 194. A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE PANEL BRACELET, comprising four filigree panels depicting stylised birds and animals, spaced by scroll decorated vacant settings, the clasp stamped ‘18’ and signed ‘CK’, (some elements deficient/detached), in a fitted ivory case of hinged rectangular form, the cover carved with figural panels, bracelet length 19.5cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

195. A VICTORIAN LOCKET PENDANT ON CHAIN, the belcher-link chain adapted with later fittings, suspending an oval locket pendant, engraved with flowerheads and foliate scrolls, pendant length 3.7cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 196. A LATE VICTORIAN BANGLE, of hinged oval form, centred with an oval mixed-cut blue paste and half pearl cluster, stamped ‘15’, (pearls untested for origin), inner diameter 5.6cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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197. A CULTURED PEARL FANCY-LINK BRACELET, comprising a line of hoop-shaped wirework panels spaced by single cultured pearls, stamped ‘14k’, length 18.5cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

198. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the graduated oldcut diamonds in claw setting, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, ring size U £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 199. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the uniform round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, 18ct gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size U £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

200. AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the rectangular step-cut emerald claw set within a border of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct two colour gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, ring size Q½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 201. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the graduated oldcut diamonds in claw setting, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct plat’, total diamond weight approximately 1.10ct, ring size Q £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

202. A PEARL SET DRESS RING, in the Archaeological Revival style, the cage work setting highlighted with beads, ropetwist wirework and a trio of pearls, the hoop with scrolled decoration and beaded borders, (pearls untested for origin), ring size approximately LM £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 203. A CHARM BRACELET, the fancy hoop-linked bracelet with later clasp, suspending a collection of Victorian and later charms, to include a coral corallium rubrum mounted whistle and teether, a garnet set foliate pendant, a half pearl and blue enamel horseshoe, a bloodstone seal fob inscribed ‘Rose’, a chatoyant cabochon, possibly chrysoberyl cat’s eye, with reverse intaglio, and a foliate engraved hinged locket, (pearls untested for origin), length 20cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

204. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a pair of cufflinks, each oval panel with foliate scroll decoration, on chain-link fittings, stamped ‘18ct’, a Victorian onyx and half pearl memorial panel brooch, with later fitting, a shell cameo bar brooch, stamped ‘9ct’, a swallow brooch, and a bead necklace, first brooch length 4.1cm (5) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

206. AN AMBER BEAD NECKLACE, comprising a single strand of graduated amber beads, measuring approximately 10mm to 26.5mm in length, (amber untested for origin and treatments), length 85cm £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

207. A VICTORIAN TURQUOISE PANEL BROOCH, the navette-shaped panel centred with a cluster of cabochon turquoise, decorated with ropetwist wirework and bead borders, glazed verso, together with a single strand coral corallium rubrum bead necklace, brooch length 3cm (2) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

208. A 19TH CENTURY DIAMOND AND ENAMEL MEMORIAL BROOCH, centred with an old-cut diamond in pinched claw setting, to a black enamel ground, framed by a foliate and C-scroll border, the reverse inscribed ‘Mary Maitland, Ob. 22 May 1835, Aet 83’, together with a pearl bar brooch, stamped ‘9ct’, (pearl untested for origin), first brooch length 1.3cm (2) £120-150 (plus 27% BP*) 209. A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the flowerhead panel inset with graduated old and single-cut diamonds, above a pierced gallery, yellow precious metal mounted, indistinctly stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 0.35ct, ring size J½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

210. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the circular mixed-cut sapphire bordered by lasque-cut diamonds, gold mounted, (hallmark rubbed), ring size N½ £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 211. A COLLECTION OF CUFFLINKS AND DRESS STUDS, comprising a pair of oval panel cufflinks, profusely decorated with scrolls, on baton fittings stamped ‘14k’, a trio of matched dress studs, with scroll decoration, a further pair of oval panel cufflinks, with engine-turned decoration and chain-link fittings, stamped ‘9 .375’, and two other dress studs, first cufflinks panel length 1.55cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

212. A CULTURED PEARL BRACELET WITH GEM SET CLASP, designed as a lattice of graduated cultured pearls with spacer beads between, enclosing an openwork panel clasp, highlighted with circular mixed-cut rubies and half pearls, 9ct gold mounted, length 17cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

205. A 19TH CENTURY OVAL MICROMOSAIC PANEL, depicting a Swiss maiden in peasant dress within a landscape setting, inlaid to a malachite ground, the reverse with loop fitting, length 2.75cm £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

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213. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a collar necklace, naturalistically modelled with leaf-shaped panels, a Danish leaf brooch by Flora Danica, signed and stamped ‘Sterling 925’, two pairs of leaf-shaped ear pendants, and two further pairs of earrings, necklace length 45cm (6) £50-70 (plus 27% BP*) 214. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a ruby and diamond cluster ring, 18ct gold mounted, a garnet single stone ring, 9ct gold mounted, a shell cameo ring, 9ct gold mounted, a heart-shaped stone set pendant, and a diamond set stick pin, stamped ‘15ct’, first ring size O (5) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 215. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising two oval shell cameo brooches, a two colour precious metal panel brooch, stamped ‘750’, a blue stone bar brooch, stamped ‘9ct’, a circular enamel pendant on chain, and two further pendant necklaces, largest brooch length 5.4cm (7) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 216. A FRESHWATER PEARL NECKLACE WITH DIAMOND SET CLASP, the triple strand necklace with a square panel clasp, centred with a cluster of old-cut diamonds, yellow precious metal mounted, together with a single strand baroque pearl necklace, with later clasp, (pearls untested for origin), first necklace total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, length 43cm (2) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 217. A CULTURED PEARL TRIPLE STRAND NECKLACE, the graduated cultured pearls with an oval mixed-cut garnet and cultured pearl cluster clasp, 9ct gold mounted, together with a hardstone single strand bead necklace, with reeded spacers and shell-shaped pendant, first necklace shortest length 50cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 218. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER BANGLE, designed as a belt buckle, with foliate engraved decoration, together with a set of six Edwardian silver buttons, also with foliate decoration, cased, and a mirror pendant on chain, bangle inner diameter 5.6cm (3) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 219. A VARI GEM-SET BANGLE, of hinged oval form, decorated with flowerheads, foliage and scrolls, yellow precious metal mounted, (two stones deficient), inner diameter 6cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 220. A SMALL COLLECTION OF GEM SET JEWELLERY, comprising an opal cluster brooch, 9ct gold mounted, an amethyst set bangle, of hinged oval form, stamped ‘9kt’, and an amethyst five stone ring, also 9ct gold mounted, first brooch length 5.3cm (3) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

222. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a pair of mother of pearl and cabochon set cufflinks, with chain and baton fittings, stamped ‘15ct’, a pair of diamond and cabochon set flowerhead ear clips, with screw-back fittings, a pair of garnet ear clips, adapted with later fittings stamped ‘9ct’, assorted further ear clips, a pair of beaded panel drops, and a tassel pendant, cufflinks panel diameter 1.4cm (qty) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 223. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include two coral corallium rubrum bead necklaces, a pair of three colour precious metal brick-link ear clips, a pair of 18ct three colour gold hoop-shaped ear clips, a pair of 9ct gold foliate ear clips, a red enamel ribbon bow brooch fitting, a 9ct gold snake-link chain, a fancy-link chain by Unoaerre, stamped ‘14k’, and further items, contained in a gilt tooled maroon leather jewellery box (qty) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

224. A COLLECTION OF CULTURED PEARL JEWELLERY BY MIKIMOTO, comprising a single strand uniform cultured pearl necklace, the clasp with maker’s mark, stamped ‘SIL’, in signed retailer’s case, a triple strand bracelet, with similar signed clasp, a single stone dress ring, signed and stamped ‘K14’, and a pair of ear studs, similarly marked, necklace length 43cm (4) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 225. A COLLECTION OF PASTE COSTUME BROOCHES BY BUTLER & WILSON, comprising a Disney ‘Donald Duck’ character brooch, an articulated skeleton brooch, and three dog brooches, first brooch length 9.1cm (5) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 226. AN ART DECO STYLE PASTE PANEL BRACELET, comprising a line of repeating geometric openwork panels with engraved sides, set throughout with graduated vari-cut white pastes, stamped ‘935’, and a white paste set panel brooch, bracelet length 18cm (2) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

227. A LARGE COLLECTION OF COSTUME JEWELLERY, to include necklaces, earrings and brooches by designers such as Chanel, Christian Dior and Grosse (qty) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

228. A HARDSTONE PANEL BRACELET, designed as a series of shaped hardstone batons, spaced by circular panels pierced with Oriental character motifs, stamped ‘18k’, together with a curb-link anklet, suspending a heart-shaped pendant and bead drop, bracelet length 18cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

221. AN AMBER BEAD NECKLACE, comprising a single strand of graduated amber and amber coloured beads, measuring approximately 10.5mm to 33mm in length, on a plaited cord suspension, (amber untested for origin and treatments), length approximately 95cm £1200-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

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229. AN ARTS AND CRAFTS GARNET PENDANT BY MURRLE BENNETT & CO, the sinuous openwork panel with foliate accents, centred with an oval mixed-cut garnet in millegrain collet setting, suspending a similarly set garnet drop below, signed and stamped ‘9ct’, together with an Arts and Crafts amethyst pendant, also of sinuous design, 9ct gold mounted, on a ropetwist-link chain, and a horseshoe bar brooch, first pendant length 3.9cm (3) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

232. AN ARTS AND CRAFTS PENDANT NECKLACE, the cartouche-shaped panel with scrolled wirework and bead border, highlighted by pink cabochons in closed foil-backed settings, surmounted by a similarly set panel, on a later extended trace-link back chain, together with a Continental garnet and half pearl pendant, and a blue enamel pendant necklace, (pearls untested for origin), first pendant length 8cm (3) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

231. AN ARTS AND CRAFTS STYLE GEM SET PENDANT NECKLACE, the openwork cartouche-shaped panel highlighted with lapis lazuli and aventurine quartz cabochons, framed by stylised flowers, leaves, scrolls and beads, on a fancy hooplink chain with aventurine quartz bead spacers and T-bar clasp, pendant length 4.3cm, chain length 63cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

234. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a curblink bracelet, stamped ‘9c’, with later clasp, a 22ct gold wedding band, a half Sovereign ring, three gem set rings, two 9ct gold fine fancy-link chains, a charm bracelet, and further items (12) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

230. A PAIR OF GEM SET EAR CLIPS, each a cluster of circular mixed-cut gemstones of pink, orange and yellow hues, on hinged clip fittings, together with a coral corallium rubrum single strand bead necklace, and a nephrite bead necklace, ear clips length 1.95cm (3) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

233. AN ARTS AND CRAFTS ENAMEL PENDANT, the foliate cartouche-shaped panel heightened with blue and green enamel, silver mounted, (hallmarks rubbed), on a fancy-link chain, together with an enamel and marcasite pendant necklace, and a paste set pendant on chain, first pendant length 4.5cm (3) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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235. AN EMERALD, HALF PEARL AND DIAMOND CLUSTER BROOCH, the rectangular step-cut emerald with canted corners, in closed foil-backed setting, bordered by a row of half pearls, spaced by lasque-cut diamond points, to a tapered bar mount with later fitting, (half pearls untested for origin), length 3.85cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 236. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the graduated oldcut diamonds in claw setting, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size P½ £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

237. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, 18ct gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.80ct, ring size M £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

238. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the graduated old brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, above a scroll decorated gallery and shoulders, stamped ‘18c’, total diamond weight approximately 1.20ct, ring size K½ £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

239. AN AMETHYST AND PEARL PENDANT NECKLACE, centred with an oval mixed-cut amethyst and pearl cluster, issuing a graduated fringe of briolette-cut amethyst drops, spaced by baroque pearls, on a swag-link necklace with circular mixedcut amethyst highlights, the clasp stamped ‘14’, (one amethyst drop deficient), length 41.5cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 240. A RUBY AND DIAMOND SET PANEL BROOCH, the circular panel designed as an openwork floral spray with sinuous foliage, accented with rose-cut diamonds and a circular mixed-cut ruby, with French eagle’s head mark to pin and later safety clasp, diameter 3cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

241. A DIAMOND TWO STONE CROSSOVER RING, the round brilliant-cut diamonds obliquely positioned in claw settings, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 0.45ct, ring size M½ £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 242. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamond in claw setting, two colour precious metal mounted, diamond weight approximately 0.65ct, ring size N½ £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

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245. AN AMETHYST AND HALF PEARL PENDANT ON CHAIN, the heart-shaped mixed-cut amethyst bordered by half pearls, suspended from a belcher-link chain, pendant length 3cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 246. AN OPAL BEAD NECKLACE, the single strand of graduated opal beads with colourless spacers between, on a later extension chain, length of beads 44cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

247. A SEED PEARL AND DIAMOND WREATH BROOCH, modelled as a fruiting vine of seed pearl grape clusters and old-cut diamond set foliage, two colour precious metal mounted, later fitting, (pearls untested for origin), diameter 2.8cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

248. A DIAMOND TRIPLE CLUSTER RING, the graduated brilliant and old-cut diamonds in millegrained setting, between pierced shoulders, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size M £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

249. A SAPPHIRE SET PANEL BROOCH, the shaped openwork rectangular panel edged with a blue and white stone border, centred with a cushion-shaped mixed-cut sapphire of purplishblue hue, two colour precious metal mounted, the clasp stamped ‘56’, the pin with possible signature ‘PE’ and further indistinct mark, sapphire dimensions approximately: length 13.5mm x width 10mm x depth 6.5mm, brooch length 6.1cm, £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*) 250. AN OPAL AND DIAMOND SET BRACELET, the curb-link bracelet centred with a heart-shaped cabochon opal, bordered by graduated rose-cut diamonds in closed-back settings, above a pierced gallery, two colour precious metal mounted, length 17cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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251. A TOPAZ AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval mixed-cut topaz of brownish-orange hue, claw set within a border of old brilliant and round brilliant-cut diamonds, above a pierced gallery, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.10ct, ring size P £1200-1500 (plus 27% BP*) 252. A RUBY AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the cushion-shaped mixed-cut ruby in claw setting, between two similarly set cushion-shaped old-cut diamonds, 18ct white gold mounted, ruby measurements approximately 7.7mm length x 7.1mm width x 3.8mm depth, total diamond weight approximately 1.10ct, ring size K½ £1200-1500 (plus 27% BP*) 253. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the circular mixed-cut sapphire in millegrain collet setting, bordered by similarly set old brilliant-cut diamonds, above a pierced gallery, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘plat’, total diamond weight approximately 0.80ct, ring size O £700-900 (plus 27% BP*) 254. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, alternately set with graduated circular-cut sapphires and single-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, hallmarked for Chester 1915, ring size P £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

255. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the rectangular step-cut sapphire bordered by singlecut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, ring size K £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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256. A PAIR OF DIAMOND SET EAR CLIPS, each tiered flowerhead panel centred with an old-cut diamond in collet setting, on hinged clip fittings, yellow precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, diameter 2.5cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 257. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH, the oval mixed-cut sapphire collet set between trios of graduated singlecut diamonds, on a knife-edged bar, two colour precious metal mounted, length 5.1cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 258. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval mixed-cut sapphire claw set within a cluster of graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds, 9ct gold mounted, ring size T £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

260. THREE GEM SET DRESS RINGS, comprising an emerald and diamond seven stone ring, 18ct gold mounted, a sapphire and half pearl half hoop ring, 9ct gold mounted, and a sapphire and diamond cluster ring, stamped ‘18ct’, (pearls untested for origin), first ring size O (3) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 261. A 19TH CENTURY RUBY AND DIAMOND DOUBLE-HEART BROOCH/PENDANT, designed as two entwined openwork hearts, individually set with channels of circular mixed-cut rubies and lasque-cut diamonds, surmounted by a similarly set loosely tied ribbon bow, highlighted by a square step-cut ruby and an old-cut diamond, principal diamond weight approximately 0.15ct, length 3.5cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

259. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, alternately set with circular mixed-cut sapphires and round brilliant-cut diamonds, to an 18ct gold scroll carved mount, together with a silver band ring, first ring total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, ring size O (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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262. AN 18CT TWO COLOUR GOLD NECKLACE AND BRACELET SUITE, of fancy-link design, maker’s mark FA, necklace length 43cm, bracelet length 19.5cm (2) £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 263. AN 18CT GOLD ‘OPEN HEART’ PENDANT NECKLACE DESIGNED BY ELSA PERETTI FOR TIFFANY & CO, the heart-shaped pendant suspended from a fine trace-link chain, signed and with import marks for London 2006, together with an ‘1837’ band ring by Tiffany & Co, stamped ‘925’, pendant length 2.3cm, ring size M (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

264. A DIAMOND SPRAY BROOCH, designed as an abstract foliate spray, with graduated round brilliant and marquise-cut diamonds in tiered claw settings, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, total diamond weight approximately 7ct, length 5.5cm £2000-3000 (plus 27% BP*)

265. A SUITE OF PINK SAPPHIRE JEWELLERY, comprising a bangle, a half hoop ring and a pair of ear hoops, each channel set with a line of square mixed-cut pink sapphires, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, bangle inner diameter 5.7cm, ring size K (3) £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

266. A 9CT GOLD PENDANT NECKLACE, of abstract design, suspending a line of geometric panels, on a trace-link chain, together with a 9ct gold bangle and ring suite, each of cushion-shaped outline and pierced design, pendant width 5.8cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 267. A THREE COLOUR PRECIOUS METAL BANGLE, of hinged oval twist design, stamped ‘750’, inner diameter 6.1cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

268. TWO GEM SET HALF HOOP RINGS, the first with a line of square step-cut gemstones of rainbow hues in channel setting, 18ct gold mounted, the second with a line of rectangular step-cut purple gemstones in similar setting, 9ct gold mounted, ring sizes K and K½ respectively (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 269. A BLUE TOPAZ SET LONG CHAIN, the 9ct gold trace-link chain spaced by spectacle set oval mixed-cut blue topaz, length 67cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

270. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated old-cut diamonds in claw setting, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct plat’, total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size O £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

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271. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in four claw settings, platinum mounted, with Millennium hallmark, total diamond weight approximately 1.30ct, ring size P £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

272. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘plat’, total diamond weight approximately 0.80ct, ring size L½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 273. TWO GEM SET BROOCHES, the first a diamond set brooch, modelled as a loosely tied ribbon of graduated round brilliant and single-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, the second a ruby set brooch, the scrolled panel issuing a spray of circular mixedcut rubies, 9ct gold mounted, maker’s mark ‘EJ Ld’, lengths 4.6cm and 5.4cm respectively (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 274. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the old-cut diamonds in claw setting, stamped ‘18ct & pt’, together with a diamond single stone ring, the old brilliant-cut diamond claw set between single-cut diamond set shoulders, a 22ct gold wedding band, and a two colour wedding band, first ring size N½ (4) £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 275. A COLLECTION OF GEM SET JEWELLERY, comprising two turquoise-coloured cabochon and half pearl dress rings, a similarly set bar brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, a pair of similarly set ear pendants, and a gypsy style dress ring, (half pearls untested for origin), ear pendants length 2.7cm (5) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 276. A JADEITE PANEL BROOCH AND A PAIR OF EAR PENDANTS, the rectangular panel brooch pierced and carved decorated with flowerheads and foliage, yellow metal mounted, the ear pendants suspending pear-shaped jadeite bead drops, below beaded surmounts, on screw-back fittings, (all jadeite untested for treatments), brooch length 5.3cm, ear pendants length 4.5cm (2) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

277. A DIAMOND SET DRESS RING, designed as a tiered beaded cluster, accented with a round brilliant-cut diamond, and an emerald and diamond set spray brooch, 9ct gold mounted, ring size O (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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280. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND SET BROOCH, designed as an openwork garland and loosely tied ribbon bows of graduated old and single-cut diamonds, suspending three similarly set drops below, white precious metal mounted, with detachable brooch fitting, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, width 3.6cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

278. A DIAMOND CLUSTER PENDANT NECKLACE, the flowerhead cluster drop of round brilliant-cut diamonds in millegrain collet setting, suspended from a knife edged linear drop spaced by further brilliants, and surmounted by a smaller diamond cluster of conforming design, on a trace-link back chain, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.40ct, pendant length 4.4cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

279. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE PENDANT NECKLACE AND EAR STUDS SUITE BY DE BEERS, each round brilliant-cut diamond in four claw setting, the pendant suspended from a fine trace-link chain, signed DB and numbered A54850, the ear studs on post fittings, signed De Beers and numbered A64467, each platinum mounted, in maker’s cases, pendant length 0.7cm, chain length 41cm (2) Accompanied by a De Beers diamond passport, stating that the pendant diamond weighs 0.50ct, with G colour and VS2 clarity, Serial No. A54850, and the ear stud diamonds weigh 0.42ct and 0.40ct respectively, each with G colour and SI2 clarity, Serial No. A64467, dated 22 December 2008. £900-1100 (plus 27% BP*)

281. A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR STUDS, each old brilliant-cut diamond in eight claw setting, on later post and butterfly fittings, accompanied by a pair of possibly associated ear pendant fittings, each designed as a ribbon bow of millegrain set single-cut diamonds, above a similarly set linear suspension, on wire fittings, total diamond weight of ear studs approximately 1.80ct, ear pendant fittings length approximately 2cm £2000-3000 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 282 282. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND PANEL RING, the pierced and millegrained panel set throughout with graduated cushion-shaped old-cut diamonds, spaced by smaller single and lasque-cut diamonds, above a wirework gallery, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.75ct, ring size Q £800-1000 (plus 27% BP*)

283. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND PANEL RING, the openwork panel centred with a trio of cushion-shaped old-cut diamonds in millegrain collet settings, bordered by similarly set single and old-cut diamonds, between diamond set shoulders, two colour precious metal mounted, principal diamond weight approximately 1.10 - 1.20ct, total diamond weight approximately 1.70ct, ring size O½ £2000-3000 (plus 27% BP*)

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284. A DIAMOND PANEL BRACELET, designed as a line of pierced and millegrained navette-shaped panels and clusters, set throughout with graduated old and rose-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, total weight of oldcut diamonds approximately 1.70ct, length 17.5cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*) 285. A DIAMOND SET BAND RING, designed as an abstract arrangement of engraved baton-shaped panels and channel set baguette-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, ring size K £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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286. AN ART DECO DIAMOND AND ONYX BAR BROOCH SIGNED BY CARTIER, the tapered and millegrained bar set with trios old and single-cut diamonds, alternating with trios of square-cut onyx, white precious metal mounted, faintly signed Cartier Paris and indistinctly numbered, with further worn marks to mount and pin, total diamond weight approximately 0.35ct, length 5.7cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

287. A PERIDOT AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE, the rectangular step-cut peridot bordered by rosecut diamonds and surmounted by a similarly cut diamond set ribbon bow, two colour precious metal mounted, on a later white metal curblink chain, pendant length 3.6cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 288. A DIAMOND FULL HOOP ETERNITY RING, the scroll engraved hoop set throughout with round brilliant and Swiss-cut diamonds, stamped ‘plat’, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size K½ £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

289. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in stepped square settings, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.45ct, ring size S½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

294. A JADEITE BEAD NECKLACE, the single strand of graduated jadeite beads to a barrel-shaped clasp stamped ‘18ct’, (jadeite untested for treatments), length 81cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

295. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.95ct, ring size Q½ £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 296. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamond in eight claw setting, white precious metal mounted, diamond weight approximately 0.90ct, ring size O½ £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

297. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct plat’, total diamond weight approximately 0.45ct, ring size L½ £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 298. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, alternately set with circular mixed-cut sapphires and round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct white gold mounted, ring size T £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

290. A DIAMOND FULL HOOP ETERNITY RING, set throughout with round brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size S £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

299. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamond in square setting with beaded corners, to a tapered white precious metal mount, stamped ‘18ct & plat’, diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size L½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

292. A PEARL AND DIAMOND PANEL BROOCH, the openwork cartouche-shaped panel centred with a detachable pearl and old-cut diamond cluster, bordered by a row of further pearls and similarly cut diamonds, surmounted by an old and rose-cut diamond set ribbon, with later fitting, (pearls untested for origin), total diamond weight approximately 1.10ct, length 2.8cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

301. OF NAVAL INTEREST: A SAPPHIRE PENNANT BROOCH FOR THE ROYAL OCEAN RACING CLUB, the undulating panel of channel set square-cut sapphires applied with a coronet and winged seahorse, white precious metal mounted, width 2.9cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

291. A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR STUDS, each designed as a teardrop-shaped panel of graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds, on post fittings, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, length 1.35cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

293. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND NEGLIGÉE PENDANT NECKLACE, the pierced and millegrained hexagonal panel centred with a trio of brilliant and oldcut diamonds, suspending two brilliant-cut diamond drops below, each surmounted by single and lasque-cut diamonds, on a trace-link back chain, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, pendant length 3.6cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

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300. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND FULL HOOP ETERNITY RING, centred with a line of pear-shaped mixed-cut sapphires, bordered by two rows of marquise-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size L½ £400-500 (plus 27% BP*)

302. AN OPAL AND DIAMOND PANEL BROOCH, centred with a trio of oval cabochon opals in millegrain collet settings, spaced by a pierced and millegrained foliate panel of graduated singlecut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, length 4.45cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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303. A ROCK CRYSTAL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, circa 1920-25, the rock crystal circlet accented by foliate panels, pierced and millegrain set with graduated brilliant, single and lasque-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, length 4.5cm £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

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304. A DIAMOND PANEL RING, the pierced and millegrained rectangular panel centred with a row of graduated baguette-cut diamonds, bordered by round brilliant, Swiss and single-cut diamonds, above a scroll pierced gallery, with diamond set shoulders, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, ring size M½ £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

305. AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND PANEL RING, circa 1915-25, the lozenge-shaped panel centred with a rectangular step-cut emerald between two old and brilliant-cut diamonds, framed by pierced and millegrained channels of graduated old-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, indistinctly marked, panel length 1.25cm, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size J £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

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306. A DIAMOND, PEARL AND ONYX BROOCH/PENDANT, circa 1915-25, the openwork heart-shaped black onyx panel centred with a flowerhead cluster of millegrain set single-cut diamonds below a single pearl, applied with similarly set brilliant and single-cut diamond set foliage, suspending a diamond and pearl drop, and surmounted by a single, old and rose-cut diamond set ribbon bow, two colour precious metal mounted, in fitted Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd case, accompanied by a trace-link chain, total diamond weight approximately 0.45ct, (pearls untested for origin), brooch/pendant length 5cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%


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307. A 19TH CENTURY DIAMOND PANEL RING, the circular panel centred with a cushion-shaped old-cut diamond, bordered by two rows of smaller similarlycut diamonds, pavé set throughout in foiled closed-back settings, the hoop with pierced and engraved foliate shoulders, gold and silver mounted, (shank possibly later replaced), principal diamond weight approximately 1ct, total diamond weight approximately 1.90ct, ring size P½ £2000-3000 (plus 27% BP*) 308. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY DIAMOND GIRANDOLE EAR PENDANTS, each comprising a trio of pear-shaped cluster drops, with graduated cushionshaped old-cut diamonds in pinched-claw, open-backed settings, suspended from similarly set foliate panels and circular cluster surmounts, on later post fittings, gold and silver mounted, total diamond weight approximately 3ct, length 4.6cm £2000-3000 (plus 27% BP*)

309. A 9CT GOLD FANCY-LINK BRACELET, of brushed finish, maker’s mark ‘CJ LD’, with London import marks, length 19cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 310. A 9CT TWO COLOUR GOLD FIGAROLINK CHAIN, length 70cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

311. TWO 9CT GOLD FANCY-LINK CHAINS, the first of plaited-link design, the second of flattened-link design, lengths 41cm and 55cm respectively (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

312. A 9CT GOLD GATE-LINK BRACELET, with bead accents, and four yellow precious metal bangles, with panelled decoration, bracelet length 19.5cm (5) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

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313. A BELCHER-LINK LONG CHAIN, with swivel clasp stamped ‘9c’, length 149cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

314. AN 18CT GOLD AND VARI GEM-SET NECKLACE AND BRACELET SUITE BY TIFFANY & CO, each of curb-link design, spaced by vari coloured oval mixed-cut gemstones in collet settings, to include amethyst, tourmaline and citrine, signed Tiffany & Co, with London import marks for 1991 and 1993 and maker’s marks, necklace length 42cm, bracelet length 19cm (2) £1000-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

315. A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS, circa 1940, each stylised flowerhead panel centred with an old brilliant-cut diamond and calibré-cut ruby cluster, on hinged clip fittings, two colour precious metal mounted, (rubies untested for natural/synthetic origin), total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, length 1.85cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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316. A RUBY BAND RING BY TIFFANY & CO, spaced with circular cabochon rubies in collet settings, yellow precious metal mounted, signed and stamped ‘750 ITALY’, ring size K £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 317. A RUBY HALF HOOP RING BY TIFFANY & CO, of Odeonesque design, the line of rectangular step-cut rubies in shaped channel setting, 18ct gold mounted, (hallmark rubbed), signed and stamped ‘18k’, with maker’s mark T & Co, ring size N £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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318. AN 18CT GOLD FANCY-LINK COLLAR NECKLACE BY TIFFANY & CO, of plaited ropetwist design, signed Tiffany & Co, with London import mark for 1993 and maker’s mark, in signed case, length 42cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*) 319. AN 18CT GOLD BROOCH AND EAR CLIPS SUITE BY CARTIER, the brooch modelled as a spray of wirework leaf-shaped panels, with maker’s mark JC, numbered K5167, the ear clips of conforming design, signed Cartier and with maker’s mark JC, numbered K6177, each hallmarked for London 1956, brooch length 4.3cm, ear clips length 2.1cm (2) £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

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320. A DIAMOND DRESS RING BY KUTCHINSKY, the abstract textured mount centred with a ‘pool’ of pavé set graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, with maker’s mark K LD, hallmarked for London 1968, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size N½ £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

321. A DIAMOND SET BRACELET BY KUTCHINSKY, comprising six articulated rows of textured chevron links, spaced by pairs of round brilliant-cut diamonds in baton settings, 18ct gold mounted, signed and with maker’s mark K LD, London hallmark, total diamond weight approximately 2.10ct, length 19cm £2500-3500 (plus 27% BP*)

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322. OF ROYAL INTEREST: A PAIR OF 9CT GOLD CUFFLINKS BY GERALD BENNEY, each circular panel with Elizabeth II cypher to a bark textured ground, on baton fittings, hallmarked for London 1972, with maker’s mark AGB, in signed case, accompanied by a portrait photograph in frame, cufflinks panel diameter 2.2cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 323. A PAIR OF EAR HOOPS BY TIFFANY & CO, each twisted hoop applied with an X motif, on stud fittings, signed and hallmarked for 18ct gold and silver, length 2.3cm £50-70 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 323 324. A PAIR OF SILVER EAR CLIPS BY GERALD BENNEY, of stylised leaf design, with textured decoration, signed AGB and hallmarked for London 1997, together with a pair of similarly decorated ear hoops, unsigned, and a pair of amethyst set ear clips, of stylised Celtic design, first ear clips length 3.8cm (3) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 325. AN 18CT GOLD ‘SIGNATURE X’ BRACELET BY TIFFANY & CO, designed as a line of repeating X-shaped links, signed T & Co, with London import marks for 1991, in signed case, length 17.5cm £700-900 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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326. THREE WEDDING BANDS, comprising a 22ct gold wedding band, and two 9ct gold examples (3) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 327. TWO YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL PANEL RINGS, each with fluted shoulders, largest ring size W (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

328. A 9CT GOLD ST CHRISTOPHER KEY FOB, inscribed, and a 9ct gold fancy-link bracelet, with inscribed circular pendant and padlock clasp, key fob length 8.4cm (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

329. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a diamond and cultured pearl crossover ring, white precious metal mounted, (one pearl deficient), a cultured pearl, diamond and synthetic ruby wreath brooch, and a white stone half hoop ring, 9ct white gold mounted, first ring size G½ £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 330. A COLLECTION OF BROOCHES, to include two navette-shaped enamel panel brooches, each stamped ‘925S’, an oval painted portrait panel brooch, a white paste crescent brooch, an oval cornelian panel brooch, and further examples (15) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 331. A GEORGE III SOVEREIGN, dated 1820, and a German 20 Mark gold coin, dated 1910 (2) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 332. AN ELIZABETH II SOVEREIGN, dated 1968 £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 333. A VICTORIA SOVEREIGN, dated 1895 £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

334. A SOVEREIGN PENDANT, the George V sovereign dated 1913, loose mounted in a 9ct gold pendant frame, length 3.2cm £160-200 (plus 27% BP*) 335. A LEOPOLD II BELGIUM 20 FRANCS GOLD COIN, dated 1877, and a Napoleon III 10 Francs gold coin, dated 1864 (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

336. A NAPOLEON III 20 FRANCS GOLD COIN, dated 1860 £120-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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337. AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, of flowerhead design, the circular mixed-cut emerald bordered by single-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, together with a pink and white stone dress ring, and three pairs of ear studs, first ring size L (5) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

338. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a yellow precious metal St Christopher pendant on a paper-link chain (pendant initialled), a cultured pearl single strand necklace with diamond and blue stone panel clasp, a pair of cultured pearl and diamond ear studs, a 9ct gold brooch pin, a coral corallium rubrum clenched hand pendant, and four further pendants (9) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 339. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a simulated pearl necklace, the openwork panel clasp with a rose-cut diamond and blue stone arrow motif, with French eagle’s head control mark, four further simulated pearl necklaces, an acorn and oak leaves brooch, and other items, first necklace clasp length 2cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 340. A 9CT GOLD SLAVE BANGLE, of plain hollow form, with Chester hallmark and maker’s mark ‘H.G & S’, and a further yellow metal slave bangle, first bangle inner diameter 6.3cm (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

341. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a fluted ear hoops, with post fittings and French eagle’s head control marks, a blue zircon line bracelet, with later curb-link back chain, a paste set locket pendant, a silver hinged oval bangle, a further bangle, an agate bead necklace, three pairs of earrings, and an orchid brooch, ear hoops length 1.4cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

342. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a graduated amber panel bracelet, a gilt torque bangle with ram’s head terminals, stamped ‘925’ and numbered ‘E.51’, a pietra dura oval panel brooch, a cabochon coral corallium rubrum single stone ring, a clarified amber single stone ring, a similar pendant, two hardstone brooches, and five bangles (13) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

343. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY AND COSTUME ITEMS, to include a Victorian gilt metal knot brooch, a curb-link bar brooch, stamped ‘9ct’, a banded agate panel brooch, an aventurine quartz bead necklace, assorted buckles and buttons, and further items £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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344. AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND DRESS RING BY GEORGE WEIL, designed as a tiered abstract flowerhead, centred with a cluster of oval cabochon emeralds framed by round brilliant-cut diamonds in scatter formation, above a tapered panelled hoop, 18ct gold mounted, signed G. Weil and hallmarked for London 1975, with maker’s mark WJ LD for Weil Jewellery Ltd, also stamped ‘18ct’ and ‘plat’, total diamond weight approximately 0.35ct, ring size M½

George Weil was born in Vienna in 1938 to a Jewish family of jewellers, who left Antwerp the following year at the outbreak of the Second World War. Weil trained as a jeweller and studied at St Martins’ School of Art in London. A contemporary of Andrew Grima, he was also a painter and sculptor, producing portrait busts of iconic figures such as Winston Churchill and Sammy Davis Junior, and the influence of this background can be found in his bold jewellery designs. Weil’s Hatton Garden jewellery studio closed in 1979 and he later emigrated to Israel, where he continued to work as an artist. £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 345. A TIGER’S EYE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, circa 1970-75, the oval cabochon tiger’s eye claw set to a tapered mount of pierced and textured abstract design, highlighted with a border of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, signed WJ LD for Weil Jewellery Ltd, with London hallmark and indistinct date letter, also stamped ‘18ct’ and ‘plat’, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size approximately K-L £600-800 (plus 27% BP*) 346. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, of pierced and textured abstract design, centred with a target cluster of circular mixed-cut sapphires and round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, hallmarked for London 1972, maker’s mark possibly H&M, total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size M½ £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

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347. A PAIR OF GEM SET EAR PENDANTS, each designed as an oval mixed-cut peridot in collet setting, with beaded accents, suspending a similarly cut smoky quartz drop below, on post fittings, length 3.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

348. AN 18CT GOLD DRESS RING BY ELIZABETH GAGE, the wide textured band applied with figures, beads and ropetwist wirework borders, signed GAGE and hallmarked for London 1981, ring size approximately L-M £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

349. A TORQUE COLLAR NECKLACE, in the Archaeological Revival style, of tapered segmented form, with beaded accents, signed Goudji, with French eagle’s head control marks and lozenge-shaped maker’s mark to fittings, inner diameter approximately 12cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

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350. A GREEN BERYL AND DIAMOND DRESS RING BY ANDREW GRIMA, the fancy-cut green beryl set between four barshaped claws, each highlighted with a trio of single-cut diamonds, raised above a hinged gallery and a pierced, tapered hoop of geometric design, with textured decoration, 18ct two colour gold mounted, signed GRIMA, with maker’s mark HJ Co for Haller Jewellery Company, hallmarked for London 1970, accompanied by maker’s case, total diamond weight approximately 0.12ct, ring size approximately M-O £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

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351. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL FANCY-LINK BRACELET, comprising a line of repeating heart-shaped links, with reeded decoration, stamped ‘14k’ and ‘.5833’, length 20cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 352. A RUBY AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the tapered band centred with an oval cabochon ruby and two round brilliant-cut diamonds in collet settings, applied with scrolled wirework and bead decoration, signed MDR and stamped ‘750’, (one diamond chipped), ring size approximately K-L £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

353. A PAIR OF RUBY AND SAPPHIRE SET EAR CLIPS, of half hoop twist design, each with a trio of cabochon sapphires and rubies in collet settings, on hinged clip fittings, signed D&F possibly for Deakin & Francis, with partial Birmingham hallmarks for 1982, length 1.95cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

354. 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 27% BP*) 355. A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS, each suspending a trio of black and grey cultured pear drops, from a tapered panel of graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds, surmounted by a similarly cut diamond set circlet, on post fittings, 18ct gold mounted, hallmarked for London 1986, total diamond weight approximately 0.45ct, length 4.1cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 356. TWO PENDANT NECKLACES, the first modelled as a basket of flowers, with a cluster of freshwater pearls and enamel accents, on a fancy-link chain stamped ‘21k’, the second modelled as a grape cluster of circular and tapered baguette-cut white stones, on a box-link chain stamped ‘750’, first pendant length 4cm (2) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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357. A CULTURED PEARL AND CLUSTER RING, modelled as a flowerhead, the central cultured pearl bordered by two rows of single-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, ring size N½ £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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358. TWO GEM SET BROOCHES, comprising a ruby three stone bar brooch, the oval mixed-cut rubies in collet settings, yellow precious metal mounted, and a floral spray brooch, with cultured pearl accent, first brooch length 6.5cm (2) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 359. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL FANCY-LINK BRACELET, of wide mesh-link design, applied with geometric panels, stamped ‘750’, (some elements deficient), length 19cm £500-800 (plus 27% BP*)

360. A LADY’S DIAMOND SET ‘MONTE-CARLO’ BRACELET WATCH BY CHOPARD, the oval dial with singlecut diamond set markers, to a stainless steel and yellow precious metal case with single-cut diamond bezel, quartz movement and tapered articulated bracelet, the dial, case and bracelet signed, case numbered MC 6030 8034-B, accompanied by maker’s pouch and service cards, case width 2.1cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

361. A LADY’S 18CT GOLD AND DIAMOND SET ‘DE VILLE’ BRACELET WATCH BY OMEGA, the oval chequered dial with single-cut diamond markers, within a similarly cut diamond set bezel, the integrated articulated bracelet spaced by brilliant-cut diamond set batons, with foldover clasp stamped ‘750’ and numbered 895.0016, the case with 18ct gold convention mark and Swiss gold mark, indistinctly numbered, containing an ETA quartz movement numbered 976.001, dial, case and bracelet signed, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, case width 1.8cm £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*)

362. A GENTLEMAN’S BRACELET WATCH BY VACHERON & CONSTANTIN, the circular gilt textured dial with baton markers, to a jewelled manual wind calibre 1003 movement, numbered 585168, the case with reeded bezel, stamped ‘18k 0,750’ with Swiss gold mark, numbered 413376 6351, on a tapered bracelet with maker’s logo to clasp, stamped ‘750 Swiss Made’, with oval maker’s mark ‘GF’, dial, movement and case signed, in maker’s box, case width 3.25cm, total length 20.5cm £1200-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

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363. AN EDWARDIAN 18CT GOLD HUNTER POCKET WATCH BY THOMAS RUSSELL & SON, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and outer minute divisions, to a jewelled keyless wind movement, the movement and case numbered 200457, the case hallmarked for Chester 1909, case diameter 5.4cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

364. AN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY LONGINES, the circular champagne dial with stylised Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind movement, the case with London import marks for 1927, movement and case signed and numbered 4604124, case back initialled ‘D.M’, suspending a fancy fetter and ropetwist-link chain stamped ‘18c’, accompanied by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd retailer’s case, watch case diameter 4.6cm, chain length 34cm (2) £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 365. A 9CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular silvered dial with stylised Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind movement numbered 049207, the case with London import marks for 1928, numbered 507969, case diameter 4.15cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 366. A VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE CHRONOGRAPH POCKET WATCH BY WILLIAM WOOD, LIVERPOOL, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and centre chronograph hand, to a key wind ¾ plate movement and engine-turned case, with monogrammed cartouche to case back and foliate engraved side border, hallmarked for Chester 1870, dial and movement signed, movement and case numbered 8063, (glass deficient), case diameter 5.1cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

367. TWO FOB WATCHES, the first a half hunter fob watch, with pink and blue enamel chapter ring, keyless wind movement and profusely engraved case, stamped ‘18k’, the second an open face fob watch, with gilt dial and similarly decorated case, also stamped ‘18k’, first watch case diameter 3.1cm (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

368. A 9CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular white dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind movement, the Dennison case hallmarked for Birmingham 1928, case diameter 4.9cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

369. AN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY WALTHAM AND AN ALBERT CHAIN, the white dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and outer minute divisions, signed A.W. Co, Waltham, to a ¾ plate keyless wind movement numbered 2983491 and signed Am. Watch Co, Hillside, Waltham, Mass, the case hallmarked for Chester 1886 and numbered 13359, accompanied by a curb-link Albert chain with T-bar suspension, stamped ‘18ct’, with gilt metal Swivel clasp and a hardstone mounted watch key, watch case diameter 4.8cm (2) £600-800 (plus 27% BP*) 370. A ‘MICKEY MOUSE’ OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY INGERSOLL, circa 1935-40, the circular dial with Arabic numerals, character hands and subsidiary dial, to a keyless wind movement numbered 85383660 and stamped ‘MADE IN USA’, the dial and case signed Mickey Mouse Ingersoll, case diameter 5cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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371. AN OPEN FACE GOLIATH POCKET WATCH, with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, signed SH. D. Neill Ltd, Belfast, to a keyless wind movement, in silver mounted easel-back travel case by Henry Matthews, with Birmingham hallmark, watch case diameter 6.5cm £40-60 (plus 27% BP*)

372. TWO ALARM CLOCKS BY CARTIER, each octagonal dial with Roman numerals and inner minute track, the cases numbered 7507 12631 and 7507 11179 respectively, length 7.5cm (2) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 373. A NAVIGATION MASTER DECK WATCH BY HAMILTON, for the Ministry of Defence, Hydrographic Dept. c. 1942, Serial Number 1949-1942, the circular white dial with Arabic numerals and outer scale 0-60, to a 22 jewel movement signed Hamilton Watch Co. USA and numbered ‘3992B’, case numbered 570627, case diameter 5.1cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

374. A HALF HUNTER FOB WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, to case with blue enamel chapter ring, stamped ‘18k’ and numbered 230415, monogrammed verso, suspended from a blue enamel ribbon bow brooch fitting, case width 3.3cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

375. THREE FOB WATCHES, comprising a white metal fob watch, with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and black enamel decoration to dial, the key wind movement and case signed J. B. Dent & Sons, the case with Swiss marks, and two further examples, together with a belcher-link chain, first watch case diameter 3.9cm (4) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

376. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH, with expanding baton-link bracelet, a lady’s 18ct gold cased wristwatch, the dial and movement signed Longines, two open face pocket watches, an amber mounted cheroot holder, a further cheroot holder, a silver cigarette case, and a compact, first watch case width 2.35cm (8) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*) 377. A COLLECTION OF WRISTWATCHES, comprising a gentleman’s 9ct gold cased automatic wristwatch by Tissot, inscribed to case back, on later strap, a gentleman’s white metal cased wristwatch, the dial signed Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, case back also inscribed, on later strap, a lady’s automatic wristwatch by Omega, on later strap, and a lady’s bi-colour bracelet watch by Longines, first watch case width 3.3cm (4) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 378. A HUNTER FOB WATCH, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, to a keyless wind movement, the case stamped ‘0,585’ and numbered 77178, monogrammed, case width 3.1cm £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

379. A WILLIAM IV SILVER PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and outer minute scale, to a key wind verge movement, possibly signed J. Reets, London and numbered 826, the inner and outer cases hallmarked for London 1831, with later suspension loop, a silver open face pocket watch, by J G Graves, and an enamel fob watch, with brooch suspension, first watch case diameter 5.6cm (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 380. TWO WRISTWATCHES, comprising a 9ct gold cased wristwatch, the circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, signed Daphne, and a lady’s gilt metal cased wristwatch by Longines, each on later unassociated strap, first watch case width 2.7cm (2) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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381. A TRIPLE CASE POCKET WATCH FOR THE TURKISH MARKET, the circular white dial with Turkish numerals and outer minute divisions, to a key wind verge movement numbered 64261, the dial and movement signed Edward Prior, London, in silver case hallmarked for London 1849, with white metal and tortoiseshell pique work outer cases, accompanied by a travelling case and a curb-link Albert chain, inner case diameter 3.7cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

382. A GEORGE III SILVER PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, to a key wind verge movement signed Tho’s Atkinson, London and numbered N173, the inner and outer cases hallmarked for London 1793, maker’s mark TG possibly for Thomas Graham, outer case diameter 5.4cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 383. A HORN PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and outer scale 0-60, to a verge movement signed Thos. Maudsley, London and numbered 9439, in a gilt metal and horn outer case, decorated with a classical urn in oval cartouche and foliage, the inner case signed JA, outer case diameter 5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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384. A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY LACO, the circular dial with baton markers, minute divisions and centre seconds hand, to a jewelled manual movement, case stamped ‘14kt 585’, dial, movement and case signed, on a later strap, case width 3.3cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

385. A GENTLEMAN’S 9CT GOLD CASED WRISTWATCH, the circular silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, signed J W Benson, London, to a jewelled manual movement numbered 142978, signed Cyma, the case hallmarked for London 1954, numbered 200 and signed DS&S, on a plaited strap, case width 2.9cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 386. A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH SIGNED ALTUS, the circular signed silvered dial with arrowhead quarters, baton markers and centre seconds hand, to a manual movement, the yellow precious metal case stamped ‘14k’ and numbered 509617 504, case width 3.3cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 384

387. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH, the circular white dial with black and red Roman numerals and outer minute divisions, to a jewelled manual movement, the case with maker’s mark C&C LD and London import marks for 1915, numbered 31766, inscribed to case back, on an expanding bricklink bracelet stamped ‘9ct’, case diameter 2.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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388. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD AUTOMATIC BRACELET WATCH BY LONGINES, the circular gilt dial with baton markers and date display, to a jewelled automatic movement numbered 51918863, dial and movement signed, the case hallmarked for London 1974, numbered 85130 and signed DS&S and BAUME, on a tapered bracelet, accompanied by maker’s box, case width 2.05cm £120-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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389. A LADY’S DIAMOND COCKTAIL WATCH, the rectangular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, to a single-cut diamond set case and shoulders of geometric design, stamped ‘platinum’, on black cord strap with diamond set collars and later clasp, case width 1.05cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 390. A LADY’S DIAMOND SET BRACELET WATCH, the oval silvered dial with baton markers, bordered by a single-cut diamond set bezel, to a manual wind movement and integrated tapered brick-link bracelet, 9ct white gold mounted, together with a pair of mother of pearl and diamond set dress studs, watch case length 1.95cm (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

391. A GILT METAL WRISTWATCH BY FAVRE-LEUBA, the circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, baton markers and centre seconds hand, to a gilt metal case, the stainless steel case back numbered 40312 4129, dial and case signed, on an unassociated expanding-link bracelet, case width 3.1cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 392. A GENTLEMAN’S 9CT GOLD WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute scale and subsidiary seconds dial, to a jewelled manual movement numbered 6951023, the Dennison case hallmarked for Birmingham 1916, numbered 85265, case back inscribed ‘Geoffrey, From Mother, May 14th, 1917’, dial and movement signed, on a later unassociated strap, case width 3.45cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 393. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL WATCH HEAD BY JAEGER-LECOULTRE, the circular silvered dial with alternate Arabic numerals and dot markers, subsidiary seconds dial and outer minute divisions, to a jewelled manual movement numbered 687612, the case numbered 540244, dial, movement and case signed, case width 3.3cm £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

394. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH BY ROTARY, the circular signed dial with baton markers, to a jewelled manual movement and brick-link bracelet, together with a lady’s watch head by Omega, with calibre 244 manual movement, the case stamped ‘18k 0.750’, on an unassociated gilt metal bracelet, and a further 9ct gold cased wristwatch, with expanding-link bracelet stamped ‘9ct’, first watch case diameter 1.6cm (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 395. TWO LADY’S 9CT GOLD WRISTWATCHES BY ROLEX, the first with Arabic numerals, to a jewelled manual movement, the case numbered 8892, with Glasgow import marks for 1924, dial, movement and case signed, on an unassociated leather strap, (later winder), the second with Roman numerals, to a jewelled manual movement, the case numbered 654203, with London import marks for 1915, (winder deficient), first watch case diameter 2.5cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 396. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL ELECTRONIC f300Hz CHRONOMETER WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, centre second and day/date display, to a calibre 1260 movement, numbered 36889045, the case back numbered 198.031, on an unassociated leather strap, together with a gentleman’s stainless steel automatic wristwatch by Enicar, first watch case width 3.7cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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397. A LADY’S 18CT GOLD ‘ACCUTRON’ BRACELET WATCH BY BULOVA, the circular gilt dial with baton markers, centre seconds hand and date display, the case with Swiss gold marks and London import marks for 1972, numbered 7071, with interior inscription and detachable white metal threaded ring attachment, dial, movement and case signed, movement numbered 2300, on an 18ct gold tapered brick-link bracelet, with signed clasp and later replaced yellow metal foldover fitting, (original fitting included), in maker’s box, case width 2.65cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

398. A BI-COLOUR ‘POLARIS SEAMASTER’ WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular dial with dot markers and date display, to a titanium case with yellow metal inlay, numbered 1960257 and 3960952, with ETA movement numbered 955 412, the titanium bracelet with foldover clasp and yellow metal logo, numbered 1475/448, dial, case and bracelet signed, case width 3.15cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 399. A GENTLEMAN’S ‘ADMIRAL’ AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH BY LONGINES, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, date display and centre seconds hand, to a 9ct gold tapered mesh-link bracelet with maker’s logo to clasp, also signed ‘DS&S’ and hallmarked for London 1970, case width 3.3cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

400. A LADY’S 18CT GOLD ‘DE VILLE’ BRACELET WATCH BY OMEGA, the circular silvered dial with Roman numerals and baton markers, to a quartz movement and tapered brick-link bracelet, dial, movement, case and bracelet signed, movement numbered 1471, case numbered 795 1111, case diameter 2.3cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

401. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL ‘SEAMASTER’ AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular silvered dial with faceted baton markers, centre seconds hand and date display, to a calibre 562 automatic movement, numbered 17291772, the case back numbered 14701, dial, movement and case signed, on a later unassociated expanding bracelet, case width 3.35cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 402. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL ‘DE VILLE’ AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, date display and centre seconds hand, to a tapered bracelet with signed foldover clasp, dial and case signed, case width 3.6cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

403. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL ‘SEAMASTER’ AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular silvered brushed-finish dial with baton markers and centre seconds hand, to a calibre 552 automatic movement, numbered 18288150, the stainless steel case numbered 14700, dial, movement and case signed, on an unassociated expanding bracelet, case width 3.35cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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404. A STAINLESS STEEL ‘OYSTERDATE PRECISION’ WRISTWATCH BY ROLEX, circa 1967-68, the circular dial with gilt baton markers, centre seconds hand and magnified date display, on an Oysterlink bracelet, case ref. 6466, serial no. 1683395, dial, crown and bracelet signed, accompanied by a G. M. De Silva of Singapore retailer’s receipt, dated 26 February 1969, case width 2.95cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 405. A GENTLEMAN’S ‘FLAGSHIP’ AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH BY LONGINES, the circular silvered dial with gilt baton markers, centre seconds hand and date display, to a calibre 345 automatic movement numbered 13488071, the 9ct gold case with worn import marks and maker’s mark B & Co, also stamped ‘9k 0,375’ and numbered 3418, dial, movement and case signed, on a Milanese-link bracelet with logo to clasp, also signed N & T Ltd, case width 3.5cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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406. A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY GIRARD-PERREGAUX, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, to a jewelled manual movement numbered 2629420, the case with textured bezel, stamped ‘18k 0,750’ with Swiss gold marks, numbered 85690017, on a leather strap, the dial, movement, case and strap signed, case width 3.2cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 407. A LADY’S WRISTWATCH BY GRAFF, the rectangular black dial with gilt signature and hands, to a manual wind movement and cabochon crown, the fluted case with Swiss gold mark, on a later leather strap, case width 2cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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408. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL ‘CONQUEST’ AUTOMATIC WATCH HEAD BY LONGINES, the blued dial with silvered baton markers, date display and centre seconds hand, to a stainless case with rotating bezel, the calibre 431 automatic movement numbered 52094965 and 51025571, case numbered 1542-1 6651, dial, movement and case signed, case width 4.2cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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409. A STAINLESS STEEL ‘BENTHOS 500’ DIVER’S WRISTWATCH BY AQUASTAR, the circular dial with luminous markers, luminous hands, orange minute hand and centre seconds hand, to a jewelled automatic movement, the stainless steel case with rotating bezel, numbered 2100052 and 1003, dial, movement and case signed, on a black strap, case width 4.3cm Provenance: Purchased by a hobbyist diver in the late 1960s/early 1970s, for use in diving and rescue missions in Inverness, Scotland and surrounding waters. £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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410. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, circa 1950, the circular dial with arrowhead markers and centre seconds hand, to a calibre 351 automatic movement numbered 12820091, the case numbered 2657-1 2494, dial, movement and case signed, on an unassociated leather strap, case width 3.6cm Omega’s calibre 351 automatic movement is often referred to as a ‘bumper movement’, as it is driven by a weight that ‘bumps’ back and forth, rather than using a traditional rotor that spins back and forth through 360 degrees to power the movement. £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

411. A STAINLESS STEEL STOP SECOND CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH BY LONGINES, the circular black dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, outer scale 0-60 and centre stop second hand, to a jewelled manual movement numbered 6511374, the stainless steel case numbered 21976 10, dial, movement and case signed, on an unassociated fabric strap, case width 3.2cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

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412. TWO WRISTWATCHES, the first a gentleman’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, the rectangular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, signed Rolex, to a possibly later jewelled manual movement signed Rolco, the case with Glasgow hallmark for 1936, signed R.W.C. LTD and numbered 754, on an unassociated strap, the second a lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, the dial and case signed Rolex, the movement with possibly later added signature, first watch case width 2.3cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

413. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL ‘REVERSO’ WRISTWATCH BY LECOULTRE, the rectangular silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, outer minute track and blued steel hands, to a manual wind movement, the stainless steel case numbered 14119, dial and case signed, on an unassociated leather strap, case width 2.3cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 414. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH BY ROLEX, circa 1930-35, the rectangular silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, outer minute track and blued steel hands, to a jewelled manual movement, the case numbered 2736 029560, dial, movement and case signed, on a later unassociated leather strap, case dimensions 3.95cm length x 2.2cm width £1200-1800 (plus 27% BP*)

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415. A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute scale and blued steel hands, to a jewelled manual movement numbered 10005590, the white metal case back numbered 2292 and stamped ‘Fond Acier Inoxydable’, with possibly later inscription, dial, movement and case signed, case diameter 3.2cm, case length 4.35cm

The reference 2292 wristwatch was a popular model supplied by Omega to the Air Ministry during the Second World War, for use by pilots and navigators in the Royal Air Force. The white dial and hands were designed to provide clear legibility, especially for night flying, and were specific to this model. The cases were sometimes composed of a steel back and an aluminium alloy upper case, a less reflective material used to reduce glare. £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 416. A STAINLESS STEEL CHONOMÈTRE WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, REF. 2364-6, CAL. 30 T2 RG MOVEMENT, the circular dial with Arabic quarters, arrowhead markers, subsidiary seconds dial and silvered sword hands, to a 17 jewel manual wind calibre 30 T2 RG red gilt movement, numbered 10645120, the stainless steel case numbered 2364-6, inscribed ‘C.P.H. CLARENS 1949’, dial, movement and case signed, on a later unassociated strap, case width 3.3cm

417. A GENTLEMAN’S MILITARY WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, circa 1956, the circular dial with Arabic numerals, outer ‘train track’ minute divisions and centre seconds hand, to a jewelled manual movement numbered 30SCT2 and 9578892, the case with exterior inscription ‘A. M. 6B/159 522/56’, on a later fabric strap, case width 3.5cm

Issued to RAF pilots and navigators, the Mark VII A 6B/159 wristwatch was used to calculate location and distance, containing a precision movement regulated to chronometer standards. Each wristwatch had to maintain a level of accuracy timed in various positions and at various temperatures accumulated over a twelve hour period.

The case back for each wristwatch was inscribed ‘A.M.’ for Air Ministry, ‘6B’ for ‘Aircraft Navigation Equipment, Accessories and Unit Servicing Parts’, and ‘159’ for navigation watch, followed by a serial/issue number and year of manufacture. £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

By repute, this wristwatch belonged to Cyril Percival Heywood (2nd April 1873 - 6th January 1959), younger brother of the Rt. Rev. Richard Stanley Heywood (1867-1955), who served as Bishop of Mombasa from 1918-36 and Assistant Bishop of Coventry from 1937-47. £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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418. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL ‘TURLER’ WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, centre seconds hand and date display, to a calibre 613 jewelled manual movement, numbered 32714292, the case back numbered 136041, dial, movement and case signed, on a later unassociated leather strap, case width 3.4cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

419. A GENTLEMAN’S ‘CONQUEST HERITAGE’ AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH BY LONGINES, the circular silvered dial with brushed radial decoration, gilt tapered and faceted markers and date display at 12, to a stainless steel case numbered 37399171, on a leather strap, the dial, case and strap signed, with maker’s box and manual, case width 3.5cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

420. A GENTLEMAN’S 18CT GOLD CASED WRISTWATCH BY BAUME & MERCIER, the circular dial with Arabic quarters, arrowhead markers and outer scale 0-60, to a jewelled manual movement , the case with London import marks and Swiss gold mark, numbered 51901 3529, movement and case signed, on a later unassociated strap, case with 3.45cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 421. A GENTLEMAN’S 18CT GOLD AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH BY INTERNATIONAL WATCH CO, the circular dial with gilt baton markers, centre seconds hand and date display, to a jewelled automatic movement numbered C. 8531 and 1591008, the case with Swiss gold mark and London import marks, numbered 1586839, dial, movement and case signed, on a later unassociated strap, case width 3.5cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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422. A GENTLEMAN'S STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC CALENDAR 'SEA-DWELLER' WRISTWATCH BY ROLEX, circa 1978-79, the circular black dial with luminous dot markers and quarter batons, magnified date display at 3 and centre seconds hand, to an automatic movement, the stainless steel case with black bezel insert, on an Oyster link bracelet, model ref. 1665, serial no. 5734840, bracelet ref. 93150, dial, case and bracelet signed, bezel width 3.9cm Accompanied by an International Service Guarantee card issued by Rolex, dated 6 February 2019, and an associated service and repair receipt issued by Martin & Co of Cheltenham. Also accompanied by an International Service Guarantee card issued by Rolex, dated 6 February 2006, and associated service and repair receipts issued by Jonathan James of Gloucester. £5000-7000 (plus 27% BP*)

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501. A WILLIAM IV SILVER RECTANGULAR SNUFF BOX, the lid chased and embossed with a country house by a river, with water mill, maker’s mark indistinct, Birmingham 1834, the base further stamped M & Co, 8.3cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

502. A GEORGIAN SILVER MOUNTED AGATE SNUFF BOX of canted rectangular form, 6cm wide (AF); a George III silver decanter label for Port, by Robert Garrard I, London 1815; a neck ring; another silver decanter label for Rye; a silver vesta case; and a miniature silver hand mirror (5) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 503. A 9CT GOLD PROPELLING PENCIL, 9.5cm long; a gold plated pencil by Smythson; a silver propelling pencil and two others (5) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

504. A VICTORIAN SILVER LETTER OPENER, engraved with foliage and having shaped handle by George Unite, Birmingham 1881, 23cm; a silver mounted tortoiseshell letter opener; and a silver plated Dunhill Tallboy table lighter (3) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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505. A SILVER MODEL of a running fox, maker’s mark indistinct, London, 15.5cm long, 4 oz; and two silver menu holders, one modelled with a seated fox, the other with a running fox, both by Garrard & Co, London 1909 (3) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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506. A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE WHITE METAL MODEL of a War Junk, with three sails, and figures and cannons on deck, by Geri Wo, Canton, 17cm wide, on hardwood base, in fitted case £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

507. LE MUST DE CARTIER: a gold plated lighter, with ridged decoration, no. 381031, boxed, 7cm; together with a refill and a packet of flints £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 508. A GEORGE III SILVER NUTMEG GRATER, of oval form, with bright cut decoration by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1796, 3.5 cm long £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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509. A GEORGE III SILVER RECTANGULAR SNUFF BOX, of slightly curved, reeded form, by John Shaw, Birmingham 1809, 5.5cm; and a similar patch box, by Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1806, 7cm (2) (see illustration on page 73) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 510. A GEORGE IV SILVER RECTANGULAR SNUFF BOX, with rounded ends, having reeded and engine turned decoration by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1825, 8.5cm; and a William IV silver rectangular box and cover, maker T.D. London 1834, 3cm (2) (see illustration on page 73) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 511. A 19TH CENTURY SCOTTISH RAM’S HORN SNUFF MULL, the hinged cover with thistle mount, 9cm long £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

512. AN AUSTRIAN SILVER GILT AND ENAMEL COMPACT, of elongated oval section, having blue and white banded decoration, the interior with two hinged compartments and an ivory aide memoire, 8.5cm long; and an Agme mother of pearl rectangular compact (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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513. A GEORGE III SILVER CADDY SPOON, with pierce decorated and engraved bowl, by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1809, 8cm long; another in the form of a shovel, with turned ivory handle, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1790; and one other with scalloped bowl, probably by Thomas Willmore (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 514. A GEORGE III SILVER CADDY SPOON, with lobed circular bowl and bright cut handle, by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1800, 8cm long; another in the form of a shovel, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1806; and another in the form of a leaf, marks indistinct (3) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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515. FOUR GEORGIAN SILVER CADDY SPOONS TO INCLUDE one with scalloped bowl by Walter Brind, London 1786; another in the form of a shovel, Birmingham 1824 (lacking turned handle); a modern Scottish silver caddy spoon with pierced handle; a George IV Scottish silver sauce ladle, Glasgow 1824; and two other spoons (9) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

516. A GEORGE III SILVER NUTMEG GRATER, of ovoid form, by Thomas Meriton, London 1800, 4.5cm long £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 517. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY FRENCH MINIATURE GREEN GLASS SCENT FLASKS, with chinoiserie gilt decoration, in fitted green stained shagreen case with gilt metal studded decoration, 5.5cm high overall £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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518. A GEORGE III SILVER NEEDLE CASE, with foliate engraved decoration, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1802, 9cm long; together with a silver envelope stamp case; a silver cigarette case; two 19th Century silver and mother of pearl pen knives; a small oval pill box with pig tail applied cover; and a late Victorian plated heart shaped rattle with ivory teething ring (7) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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519. A GEORGE III SILVER RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTE, with textured sunburst engraved decoration within a border of repeated circles, and with filigree silver gilt grille, by Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1818, 3.5cm; and a George III silver oval vinaigrette, the lid engraved with a dove of peace, maker T.B., London 1801, 3cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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520. A GEORGE III SILVER VINAIGRETTE, with rounded ends, having punched border, by Thomas Phipps and Edward Robinson, London 1796, 4cm; and another of rectangular form, engraved with strapwork and with filigree grille, maker W.E., London 1810, 3cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 521. A WILLIAM IV SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of scallop form, with pierced and engraved grille, by Joseph Willmore circa 1830, date letter indistinct, 3.5cm; and a George III silver vinaigrette, with rounded ends, and engraved borders, by Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham circa 1810, 3.2cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

522. A GEORGE III SILVER VINAIGRETTE, in the form of a trunk, with foliate engraved decoration and inscribed ‘Maria’, the grille pierce decorated with repeated flowers, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1817, 2.5cm; another of reeded rectangular form, maker I.T. probably Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1801, 3.5cm; and another with rounded ends, and scale engraved decoration by John Shaw, Birmingham 1811, 3cm (3) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

523. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTE, with chequered engraved decoration by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1838, 3.5cm; a George IV small reeded rectangular vinaigrette by Ledsam & Vale, Birmingham 1826, 2.5cm; and an early 19th Century small scalloped box, maker T.W., Birmingham circa 1810, 2.5cm (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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524. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL AND PIQUÉ OVAL BOX, the lid with star decoration, 4.5cm; a similar larger box, the lid inlaid with urn and swag decoration, 7.5cm; and a similar circular box (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

525. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL AND PIQUÉ ETUI, of tapered octagonal form, and with partly fitted interior, 7cm high; two similar smaller etui cases; and a gold and silver piqué inset tortoiseshell needle case, 10cm (4) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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526. A 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL VENEERED RECTANGULAR SMALL BOX, the interior fitted with a small inkwell and pen recess, 6.5cm; a 19th Century enamel small box, painted with landscape reserves on a pink ground, 5cm; a French florally painted porcelain box with gilt metal mounts; and a tortoiseshell handle (4) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

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527. A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL GILT METAL AND PORCELAIN MENU HOLDERS, modelled as a cockerel and a hen with chicks, each before a flowering rose, 4.5cm high; another pair of menu holders, modelled with a painted cast metal mallard and woodcock, on circular onyx bases, 4.5cm high; and two small carved hardstone seals (6) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*) 528. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH SILVER MOUNTED FACETED GLASS OVOID SCENT BOTTLE with hinged cover, 5.5cm; a Victorian blue overlaid cut glass double ended scent bottle, with foliate embossed covers, 10cm; a late Victorian amber glass heart shaped miniature scent bottle, with silver cover, by Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1896, 4.5cm; a faceted green glass scent bottle; and six further silver topped cut glass scent bottles (10) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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529. A GEORGE IV SCOTTISH SILVER RECTANGULAR SNUFF BOX, with scroll decorated thumb piece, by Richard Haxton, Edinburgh 1823, 7.5cm wide £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

530. A GEORGE III SILVER BOSUN’S WHISTLE, with engraved wriggle work decoration and inscription ‘Jas Tucker, Newport 1804’, by Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London 1804, 14cm long £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

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531. A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III SILVER CONDIMENT LABELS for Chilli, Cayenne, Anchovy and Soy, with gadrooned borders, and loop neck rings, by John Reily, London 1813, each 2.8cm wide; a William IV silver decanter label for Sherry, with pierced lettering, by Charles Rawlings and William Summers, London 1835; one other silver decanter label for Whisky; and a novelty silver plated skull form pendant pill box, hinged to reveal six compartments, 3cm (7) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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532. A SILVER RECTANGULAR CIGARETTE CASE, with spot hammered decoration and border of wavy line and dots by Liberty & Co, Birmingham 1928, 9.5cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 533. A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, of slightly curved outline, inlaid with a blue and white enamel pennant, Chester 1912; together with a white metal cigarette case, with lobed decoration and blue glass thumbpiece, and three further white metal cigarette cases (5) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 534. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of rectangular form, with scroll cast border, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham circa 1850 (date letter indistinct), 3.5cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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535. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of shaped rectangular outline, engraved with scrolling foliate reserves with textured grounds, by David Pettifer, Birmingham 1851, 3.5cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

536. A GEORGE III SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of rectangular form, engraved with lattice and flowerhead decoration and having flower pierced grille, by Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1807, 2.5cm; and another of plain design, maker T.W. possibly Thomas Willmore, 1800, 3.2cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 537. A GEORGE III SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of curved, rectangular form, with canted angles, and engraved with a border of stylised leaves by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1814, 2.4cm; and a Victorian silver gilt vinaigrette by Frank Marson, Birmingham 1857 (lacks grille) (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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538. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SOVEREIGN CASE, with blue enamel scrolling decoration, Birmingham 1901, another of wrythen form, by Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1891, five further silver sovereign cases, and a silver stamp case (8) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 539. A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH SILVER AND NIELLO RECTANGULAR SNUFF BOX, decorated with stylised scrolling foliage, 8.2cm long (see illustration on page 75) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

540. A CONTINENTAL SILVER GILT RECTANGULAR BOX, the top and base of blue enamel plaques, with gilt crystalline inclusions within a chamfered border of black enamel, marked 935 Sterling, 8.3cm (see illustration on page 75) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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541. A CONTINENTAL SILVER GILT RECTANGULAR BOX, with beaded and pierce decorated sides, the top and base of yellow guilloche enamel, marked 900, 7.6cm, and another, the blue guilloche enamel centred with a basket of flowers, stamped Sterling, 7.8cm (2) (see illustration on page 75) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

542. A GEORGE III SILVER SNUFF BOX, in the form of a travelling trunk, of oval section with hatched decoration by Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London 1801, 8cm; and a Continental silver snuff box, the cover decorated with figures in a classical garden, import marks for London 1901 (2) (see illustration on page 75) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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543. A SILVER RECTANGULAR BOX, with banded two colour and engine turned decoration, by Thomas Callow & Son, London 1923, 8cm (see illustration on page 75) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

544. A SILVER CIRCULAR BOX, the cover with domed micro mosaic plaque depicting the pax symbol, London 1912, 4cm diameter, and four various pill boxes (5) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 545. A VICTORIAN SILVER RECTANGULAR SMALL BOX, with hinged cover, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1857, 5cm, a silver rectangular stamp box, with three division interiors, two further similar pieces, and a Dutch foliate engraved small box, 4cm high (5) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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546. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CARD CASE, the front embossed with a panel of cherubs, by Mappin & Webb, London 1902, four various plain silver card cases, and two silver purses (7) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

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547. A VICTORIAN SILVER WHISTLE PROPELLING PENCIL, by Thomas Tongue, Birmingham 1866; five various silver propelling pencils by Sampson Mordan & Co, including one in the form of a fan, and three other silver propelling pencils (9) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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548. TWO SILVER YARD-O-LED PENCILS, four others similar, a silver quill pen, and three small silver pencils (10) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

549. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER LETTER OPENER, with scroll top and inset with a small coin, by A Barrett & Sons, London 1900; another with E II R finial; a Victorian silver hoof shaped bookmark or money clip by John Septimus Beresford, London 1884; two small bookmarks; two pencils; and a seal (8) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 550. THREE SILVER MESH EVENING PURSES, with chain link handles, all stamped 925, largest 18.5cm wide (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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551. A COLLECTION OF SIX VARIOUS SMALL SILVER MESH EVENING PURSES, all with chain link handles, largest 17cm wide (6) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 552. A SILVER PEN KNIFE, by William Needham, Sheffield 1914, another similar with steel blades, and a collection of eight various silver and mother of pearl pen knives (10) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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553. A WILLIAM IV SILVER AND MOTHER OF PEARL PEN KNIFE, by John Nowill, Sheffield 1831, an early 19th Century silver and mother of pearl folding fork, in leather case with a silver small spoon, and four further 19th Century silver and mother of pearl pen knives (6) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 554. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER BELT BUCKLE, pierce decorated with a border of hearts, Birmingham 1896; two other silver belt buckles, both with pierced, foliate and cherub cast decorations, three further silver belt buckles, and three white metal examples £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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555. A SILVER AND 9CT GOLD RECTANGULAR COMPACT, with reeded two colour decoration, and spring clasp, 8cm, stamped silver and 9ct; a silver circular compact, with marcasite art deco applied decoration, a silver and blue enamel compact, and three further silver compacts (6) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

556. A SILVER PURSE, with green leather interior and ivory aide memoire, three further silver purses, all with engraved decoration, a small velvet purse with silver clasp, and a miniature prayer book in silver slip case (6) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

557. A VICTORIAN SILVER WHISTLE IN CASE, the top and the faceted tapered case cast with shamrock, the case with belt fixings, by Joseph Jennens & Co, Birmingham 1881, 8.5cm long £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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558. A VICTORIAN SILVER SHAVING BRUSH, with engraved decoration and screw top (lacking bristles) by James Vickery, London 1855, 10cm; a George III silver sugar crusher, with twist stem and plain loop handle, London 1805, a 9ct gold mounted amber cheroot holder, in silver case, and two further small silver cheroot cases (5) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 559. A PAIR OF EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER GRAPE SCISSORS, the handles cast with fruiting vine, by Joseph Willmore, London c.1840, and a silver presentation key, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1911 (2) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

560. A GEORGE III SILVER DECANTER LABEL for Brandy, of rectangular form, by Susannah Barker, London circa 1790; and a pair of Victorian silver decanter labels for Brandy and Whiskey, by Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1889 (3) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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561. A PAIR OF SILVER AND TORTOISESHELL MENU HOLDERS, the oval tortoiseshell plaques inset with a leaping stag and a cockerel respectively, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1912, a Victorian silver small circular pill box, the cover repoussé decorated with a courting couple, by Charles Boyton II, London 1888, a repoussé decorated heart shaped box, Birmingham 1900, a small oval box, three thimbles, and a silver St John’s Ambulance medallion with thirty consecutive years of service plaques 1912-1941 (9) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 562. A 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN SILVER CADDY SPOON, and another caddy spoon of scallop form, with import marks for London 1930 (2) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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563. A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL ENAMELLED AND GEM SET CANE HANDLE, of scrolling outline, inlaid in blue, green and white enamel and with gem set collar, 4.5cm high £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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564. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER VINAIGRETTE, with reeded sides, engraved decoration and foliate cast border, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1838, 3.5cm; and another of shaped and rounded outline, engraved with scrollwork by Frederick Marson, Birmingham 1874, 5.5cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

565. A PAIR OF GEORGIAN SILVER SUGAR NIPS, with scalloped ends, maker’s mark H.P. circa 1760; a 19th Century silver decanter label for Lisbon, London 1806; a pair of silver grape scissors, decoratively cast with figures and fruiting vine, London 1967; and a silver masonic (?) pendant in the form of a compass and cornucopia of fruit (4) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*) 566. A GEORGE III SILVER RECTANGULAR SNUFF BOX, with foliate and scroll engraved decoration, the lid with foliate cast border, by William Snooke Hall, London 1818, 7.5cm (see illustration on page 73) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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567. A LATE 19TH CENTURY DOME TOPPED SMALL CASKET, with basket weave embossed sides, the lid and base repoussé decorated with figures within scrolling reserves, probably Hanau, 6cm wide (see illustration on page 73) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 568. AN 18CT GOLD SHEAFFER THREE PIECE PEN AND PENCIL SET, with engine turned decoration, comprising fountain pen, ballpoint pen and pencil, boxed £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

569. A 1920’S IVORY CASED TRAVELLING TIMEPIECE, of folding easel design, with circular dial, the case with carved initials ‘A.A.’, 9cm wide £30-40 (plus 27% BP*) 570. A COLLECTION OF MAINLY LATE VICTORIAN AND EDWARDIAN SILVER WRITING AND DESK ACCESSORIES, comprising a roller blotter by William Comyns, London 1891, 11.5cm wide; a sealing wax holder, Birmingham 1905; a small capstan inkwell; a bristle pen wipe; a trowel form paper clip; an aide memoire; two small sifters; a quill pen; two propelling pencils; a corkscrew; a bookmark; a cylindrical case; a silver mounted prayer book; a silver mounted glass dispenser; a plated spectacle case; and a hardstone seal (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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571. A COLLECTION OF MAINLY LATE VICTORIAN AND EDWARDIAN SILVER ACCESSORIES, comprising two baby’s rattles with mother of pearl teethers, a comb case, a cheroot holder, two miniature hand mirrors, two card cases, an envelope stamp case, a curling tong, glove stretcher, shoe horn, comb, two button hooks, and a plated notebook (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

572. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER VINAIGRETTE, of shaped oval outline, engraved with stylised leaves and with pierced gilt grille, by George Unite, Birmingham 1902, 4.2cm; and a George III rectangular small vinaigrette, by William Pugh, Birmingham 1810, 2.5cm (2) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 573. A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN CADDY SPOON, with scalloped bowl, by Richard Whitford, Dublin 1813, also stamped ‘West’; a similar George IV caddy spoon, with bright cut handle, London 1822; and two further 19th Century silver caddy spoons (4) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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574. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER RECTANGULAR SNUFF BOX, with engine turned decoration, reeded sides and foliate cast thumb piece, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1837, 7cm; and another with rounded ends, by George Unite, Birmingham 1869, 5.7cm (2) (see illustration on page 73) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 575. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER NOVELTY PEPPER, modelled as a rabbit, by Grey & Co., London 1899, 6.5cm high; an Edwardian silver small pin cushion modelled as a duck, by Sampson Mordan & Co., Sheffield 1906, 3.5cm; and three further late Victorian/Edwardian silver novelty pin cushions, modelled as a St Bernard, an elephant and a shoe (5) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

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576. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL HEART SHAPED DESK CLIP by Henry Atkin, London 1895, 9cm; a silver oval trinket box, Birmingham 1919; two small circular boxes; a white metal sombrero; two Chinese models of Junks; and a similar rickshaw (8) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*) 577. TWO CONTINENTAL SILVER MESH LINK PURSES, another Chinese white metal mesh link purse, a silver and yellow enamel compact, three late Victorian silver buttons embossed with courting couples by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1900, a small silver pen knife, a pencil, a quill pen, a pair of steel scissors with guard, and a beadwork coin purse (qty) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

578. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER NOVELTY WHISTLE AND VESTA CASE in the form of a fish, with hinged head, and realistically scaled body, by Sampson Mordan & Co., London 1892, 8.5cm long £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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579. A WILLIAM IV SILVER MODEL of a recumbent cow, by Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield 1834, 6.5cm long, on later agate plinth base; another similar cow (unmarked); and a similar smaller cow, by the same maker, Sheffield 1839, 5cm (3) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*) 580. A DUTCH SILVER MINIATURE MODEL of a horsedrawn carriage, with driver, 10cm long; another Dutch miniature wagon drawn by a goat, import marks for Samuel Boyce Landeck, Sheffield 1895, 7.5cm high; and a Victorian silver baby’s rattle/whistle, maker’s mark only M.C. (4) £60-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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581. A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND WHITE METAL MINIATURES comprising a standing figure of a gentleman, 6.5cm high, a pheasant, a kitten, a tea kettle on stand, 5.5cm, a menu holder, a top hat and three other items (9) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

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582. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ‘PALAIS ROYAL’ GILT METAL MOUNTED GREEN GLASS SCENT BOTTLE, the lid inset with a watercolour view, 6.5cm high; another similar in blue glass, a late Victorian silver mounted porcelain scent bottle, with Imari decoration, Birmingham 1887, four various silver topped glass scent bottles, and an opaque green glass scent bottle (8) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 583. A GEORGE IV SILVER CADDY SPOON, with squared bowl engraved with a stylised flowering plant, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1825, another, of shovel form, with mother of pearl handle, by Robert Mitchell, Birmingham 1823, and two Georgian silver scallop form caddy spoons (4) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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584. THREE 19TH CENTURY SILVER CADDY SPOONS, with fiddle pattern handles, one with engraved bowl; another of King’s pattern, with shaped bowl; and a pair of George III silver salt spoons, with mother of pearl handles, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1810 (6) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

585. A SILVER ARTS & CRAFTS STYLE CADDY SPOON, the handle pierced with a stylised harebell by Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1929; and another with plain loop handle, Birmingham 1919 (2) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

586. THREE SILVER MESH EVENING PURSES, with chain link handles, all stamped 925, largest 17cm wide (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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587. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRIAR WALKING STICK, the antler handle with silver mount inscribed ‘Cut from The Turret, Severn Hill, Shrewsbury, Empire Day 1908’ 91.5cm long; a late 19th Century silver topped malacca walking cane, and an Edwardian ebonised cane, with silver mounted ivory handle carved as a greyhound’s head (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 587A. A LATE VICTORIAN MALACCA WALKING CANE, the ivory handle with foliate embossed silver collar, marks rubbed but probably London 1895, 86.5cm high £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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588. A RARE 9CT GOLD SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SHOOTING MEDAL, inscribed for Carbine Club 1906, Inverness, maker C.D., 3.3cm, 5.8 gm; and two Scottish silver clan badges: Stand fast (Grant) and This I’ll Defend (MacFarlane) (3) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 589. A CONTINENTAL WHITE METAL COMPACT, of scalloped oval outline, profusely engraved with flowers and scrolling foliage, 9.5cm wide, with a matching square section lipstick case, with hinged mirror and cabochon green stone set slider, stamped .800 (2) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

590. A GEORGIAN IVORY AND GILT METAL MOUNTED NEEDLE CASE, with oval monogram reserve and burgundy insert, 6cm high £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 591. A LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY SILVER BODKIN, with prick engraved initials A.M. and date 1700, 14cm long; and another similar, with indistinct maker’s mark, and engraved initials A.R., 15cm long (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

592. A WILLIAM IV SILVER RECTANGULAR SNUFF BOX, with foliate cast borders, the lid engraved with a four man rowing boat and inscribed ‘Naiad, Beaumaris Regatta 28th Aug 1835, C.W. Potts’, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1834, 7.5cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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593. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER RECTANGULAR SNUFF BOX, with shaped concave sided outline engraved with scrolling foliage by Frederick Marson, Birmingham 1856, 8.5cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

594. AN 18TH CENTURY SILVER CIRCULAR MEDALLION BOX, commemorating Frederick the Great, the lid embossed with a portrait of the king, the base further embossed and dated 1759, 5cm diameter £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 595. A COLLECTION OF FOUR MID 19TH CENTURY IVORY HANDLED DESK SEALS, two with silver mounted hardstone seals, and two with gilt metal, largest 9.5cm long; and a similar bone handled desk seal, the two part handle unscrewing to reveal a compartment for pounce, 8.5cm (5) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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596. A MID 19TH CENTURY GOLD AND HARDSTONE SEAL, with foliate scroll decoration, 2.8cm high; and another with quatrefoil shoulders, 3cm high (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 597. A 19TH CENTURY SILVER AND MOSS AGATE DESK SEAL, with tapering handle, the acanthus form unmarked mount with bloodstone seal, 9.5cm high; and a 19th Century agate handled desk seal, 6cn £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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598. A CONTINENTAL SILVER FOB SEAL, with pierced lyre shaped design, 3cm; three other similar seals, unmarked; and a collection of four 19th Century intaglio carved hardstone seals (8) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 598A. A 19TH CENTURY EBONISED AND GILT METAL DESK SEAL, for Henry Thurland, Chemist, Oxford, 9cm high; and a similar smaller seal (2) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

599. A 19TH CENTURY MOTHER OF PEARL HANDLED DESK SEAL, carved as a clenched hand with ruffled sleeve, 8cm; a 19th Century ivory handled desk seal, carved as a hand grasping a ball, 5cm; and a Russian silver and enamel mounted ivory cheroot holder, 9cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 598A

600. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT METAL DESK SEAL, with silver and gilt decorated blue enamel handle, 6cm; a 19th Century gilt metal and hardstone small desk seal, with faceted handle, the crest for Lloyd, another similar small seal, and an agate desk seal (4) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 600A. A GOLD PROPELLING PENCIL, engraved with stylised scrolling foliage, 6.4cm long overall, unmarked £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

601. A CHARLES II SILVER PORRINGER, the bulbous body embossed and chased with foliage, having twin scroll cast handles, maker T.L. London 1674, prick work initials R.W.I. and date 1675 to the side, 8.5cm high, 5 oz £500-800 (plus 27% BP*)

602. A GEORGE III SILVER TWIN HANDLED SUCRIER AND MATCHING MILK JUG, with gadrooned and scallop cast borders, and foliate cast handles, part lobed bodies and bun feet, by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, London 1816, sucrier 11cm high, 18 oz overall (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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603. A SERVICE OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising twelve table forks, ten tablespoons, eleven dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, eight teaspoons, and two sauce ladles, by Holland, Son & Slater, London 1883, 96 oz all in (qty) £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 604

604. A GEORGIAN SILVER WINE FUNNEL, with reeded border, maker’s mark indistinct, London circa 1820, 14.5cm high; a George II silver salt, on pad feet, maker T.B. London 1752; and a similar George III salt (3) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

605. A GEORGE IV SILVER FISH SLICE, with pierced blade and fiddle pattern handle, by Charles Eley, London 1828; a pair of George III Old English pattern tablespoons, by Peter & William Bateman, London 1806, assorted other mainly silver flatware; a pair of Victorian salts by George Unite, Birmingham 1875, and an Edwardian silver mounted watch holder, containing a gun metal keyless wind pocket watch, 18.5 oz weighable (qty) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*) 606. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SHEFFIELD PLATE CANDLESTICKS, with lobed decoration, and a collection of further plated items including two 19th Century teapots, a domed meat cover, an inkstand, a set of six dessert knives and forks with silver mounted mother of pearl handles, a cased set of fish eaters and other flatware etc (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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607. A GEORG JENSEN ACORN PATTERN SMALL LADLE, a similar salt, salt spoon, and another spoon, another similar Georg Jensen small ladle, caddy spoon and small pepper (7) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

608. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a pierce decorated pedestal bowl, weighted base, Birmingham 1931, a sauce boat, a miniature taper stick, a purse, a posy holder, a white metal filigree posy holder, a cruet set, a Victorian three piece christening set, cased, a set of six pastry forks, a set of six coffee spoons, both cased, and other small items (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 607

609. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY SCOTTISH SILVER SMALL TODDY LADLE, with whalebone twist handle, maker’s mark only for George McHattie, Edinburgh circa 1810, 16.5cm, a Georgian style silver toddy ladle, the lipped bowl with punched border, and whalebone twist handles by Maurice Freeman, London 1904, and a modern silver candle snuffer, with ebonised twist handle (3) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

610. A SET OF TWELVE SILVER TEASPOONS, with matching sugar tongs, by Cooper Bros & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1919, cased; a silver six piece cruet set, by Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1931, cased; a set of six Victorian engraved silver fiddle pattern teaspoons; eight various Old English pattern teaspoons; and two pierce decorated sweetmeat dishes (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 608

611. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER BEADED FLATWARE, comprising twelve table forks, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, and another dessert spoon with foliate engraved back, various dates and makers, 45 oz overall £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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612. A GEORGE III SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN GRAVY SPOON, by Richard Crossley, London 1800, a set of six George III silver fiddle pattern tablespoons by Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1814, a Scottish fiddle pattern sauce ladle by Wilheim & Patrick Cunningham, Edinburgh 1798, and two teaspoons, 20 oz overall £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

613. A GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SOUP LADLE, by William Sumner I, London 1786, and a quantity of mainly 19th Century Old English pattern flatware comprising four tablespoons, six dessert spoons, five dessert forks, a sauce ladle and three teaspoons, 28.5 oz overall £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 614. A GEORGE III SILVER TODDY LADLE, the lipped bowl inset with a William III 1697 coin, and with whalebone twist handle, by Charles Hougham, London 1783; a pair of Georgian pierce decorated sugar tongs, maker’s mark I.G. probably James Graham, c.1770; a late Victorian silver and mother of pearl handled bread knife, cased; a small quantity of silver flatware; a Dunhill silver plated lighter; and a silver pendant/brooch inset with a miniature portrait of a lady (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 612

615. A SET OF FIVE SILVER HEAVY GAUGE NAPKIN RINGS, by Payne & Son, London 1970, five further silver napkin rings, and a silver rectangular cigarette case, Birmingham 1965, 18.5 oz overall (11) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

616. A SET OF TWELVE LATE VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED MOTHER OF PEARL HANDLED DESSERT KNIVES AND FORKS, in mahogany case, a set of six silver coffee spoons, cased, another set of five spoons, and assorted plated flatware, some cased £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 613

617. A SILVER TEAPOT, with gadrooned border, ebonised handle and knop, and pedestal foot, with matching twin handled sugar basin, by Martin Hall & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1922 and 1925, teapot 15cm high; and other silver comprising two sauce boats, an egg cup and spoon, cased, a pair of George IV Irish sugar tongs, by Charles Marsh, Dublin 1827, an Irish fiddle pattern tablespoon, and various teaspoons, 30 oz all in (qty) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

618. A PAIR OF AMERICAN DWARF CANDLESTICKS, with knopped stems and circular weighted bases, by Garham, 12.5cm high (2) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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619. AN INDIAN WHITE METAL DISH, with wavy border, the sides embossed and chased with a continuous landscape with figures at work, buildings and an ox cart, on foliate embossed pedestal foot, 16.5cm wide; a similar beaker, embossed and chased with wild animals including elephants, antelope and stork amidst single foliage, 10cm high; and a pair of similar small spill vases, on weighted bases (4) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

620. A WILLIAM AND MARY SILVER TAZZA, with gadrooned border and foot rim, and later replaced engraved crest to the centre, maker’s mark S.S. above a fleur-de-lys, London 1693, 29.5cm diameter, 21 oz £3000-4000 (plus 27% BP*)

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621. A GEORGE III SILVER SWING HANDLED SUGAR BASKET, pierce decorated and embossed with swags, on pedestal foot and with blue glass liner, by Benjamin Laver, London 1782? (date letter indistinct), 10cm high £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 622 622. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with reeded drip pans, the cylindrical columns embossed with spiralling bell flowers, on square bases with foliate scroll embossed angles, by John Green, Roberts, Mosley & Co, Sheffield 1794, 16cm high (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 623. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER TEAPOT, repoussé decorated and chased with flowering foliage and ‘C’ scrolls, having melon finial, the scrolling handle with ivory insulators, by William Hunter, London 1867, 13cm high, 21 oz £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

624. A GEORGE II SILVER WAITER, with scallop and scroll cast border, on paw feet, by John Kirkup, Newcastle 1759, 19.5cm diameter, 10 oz £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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625. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER TWIN HANDLED SAUCE TUREENS, of pedestal oval design, by Thomas Ellis, London 1777, 24cm wide, 28.5 oz (2) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 626. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER BACHELOR’S COFFEE POT AND HOT MILK POT, of octagonal baluster form, with domed hinged covers and ebonised handles, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1899 and 1901, 20.5cm high, 25 oz all in (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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627. A SILVER CIRCULAR SALVER, with piecrust border, on pad feet, by Barker Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1929, 26cm diameter, 17.5 oz £120-160 (plus 27% BP*) 628. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE PIECE BACHELOR’S TEA SERVICE, with part lobed decoration, the teapot with ebonised handle and knop, by W.G. Keight & Co, Birmingham 1902, teapot 13cm high, 16 oz all in (3) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*) 629. A SILVER TEAPOT, of half lobed form, with ebonised handle and knop, by Cooper Bros & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1912, 17.5cm high, 20.5 oz all in £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

630. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CHRISTENING KNIFE AND FORK, Sheffield 1896, cased; a silver bottle coaster, with turned wooden base, London 1972; and various small silver spoons etc (qty) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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631. A GEORGIAN IRISH SILVER PUNCH LADLE, with shaped lipped bowl, and turned fruitwood handle, maker’s initials R.C., Dublin circa 1780, 42cm £70-100 (plus 27% BP*)

632. A PAIR OF EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER LARGE SALT OR CONDIMENT POTS, each cast in relief with a continuous country landscape, with figures, cottages, trees and flowers, on mask and paw feet, maker J.E. possibly John Evans II, London 1845, 7cm high, 16 oz overall (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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633. A BURMESE CIRCULAR SPICE BOX AND COVER, the cover chased and repoussé decorated with figures on an elephant under attack from a tiger, the sides with animals including elephant, tiger, antelope and leopard, and trees, 8.5cm diameter £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 634. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER LETTER OPENER in the form of a sword, by Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1895, 13.5cm; a late 19th Century continental engraved glass small ewer, with pierced and repoussé decorated mounts and figural stopper, stamped 800; a similar circular salt; a magnifying glass with mother of pearl handle; and a Victorian silver plated cheese scoop, with ivory handle (5) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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635. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, comprising teapot, coffee pot and milk jug, with engraved decoration and melon finials, by Henry Holland, London 1861 and 1862, teapot 13.5cm high, 54 oz overall (3) £350-450 (plus 27% BP*) 636. A GEORGE II SILVER CHAMBERSTICK, with scallop and scroll cast border, on scalloped feet, replacement steel snuffer, by William Gould, London 1750, 11cm high, 10.5 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

637. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising four table forks, four dessert spoons, two dessert forks and twelve teaspoons, various dates and makers, 30 oz overall £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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638. A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER FISH SERVERS, with ivory handles by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1909, cased, and other silver flatware comprising a set of six ‘British Hallmark’ teaspoons, cased, a Victorian christening knife and fork, Sheffield 1862, two sets of six coffee spoons, a set of four teaspoons and eleven Old English pattern teaspoons, with engraved golfing crests, 14 oz weighable (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 639. A GEORGIAN SILVER TODDY LADLE, with shaped oval lipped bowl, engraved with stylised foliage and inset with a George II coin, 1745, with whalebone twist handle, 35cm long overall, and another similar of plainer circular design, inset with a 1743 coin, 33.5cm long (2) £80-150 (plus 27% BP*) 640. A SET OF SIX EDWARDIAN SILVER FISH KNIVES AND FORKS with foliate engraved decoration by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1903, 23.5 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 638

641. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SUGAR TONGS, by Richard Turner, London 1807; a pair of Victorian sugar tongs, London 1869; a George II Old English pattern sauce ladle, maker’s mark indistinct, London 1741, and a George III sifter spoon by Thomas Wallis II, London 1804, 5 oz overall (4) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

642. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SUGAR CASTOR, of baluster form, repoussé decorated with spiral lobes and foliate scrolls, by George Howson, Sheffield 1905, 20cm high, 8.5 oz; and another silver sugar castor of octagonal baluster design, by Barker Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1934, 22.5cm high, 6 oz (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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643. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TWIN HANDLED DOUBLE LIPPED SAUCE BOAT AND STAND, with beaded border, by Barker Bros, Chester 1908 (stand only marked); a silver Edward VIII commemorative bowl and lobed dish with reeded border and applied portrait, London 1936, three further silver small bowls/dishes, and a sauce boat, Birmingham 1936, 28 oz overall (8) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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644. AN ISRAELI GEM SET GOBLET, engraved with fruiting vine and other foliage, the sides set with four vari-coloured cabochon stones, on circular foot, stamped ‘Zadok Sterling’, 19cm high £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 645. THREE MALTESE SILVER CIRCULAR DISHES, each inset with a Ferdinaid von Hompesch 30 Tari Coin 1798, stamped 925, largest 17cm diameter; together with a Spanish double sweetmeat dish, with dolphin and ball central handle, 17cm high (4) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

646. A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER FISH SERVERS, with foliate scroll decoration, by Lee & Wigfull, Sheffield 1898, in fitted case, 8 oz; and a pair of Edwardian silver berry spoons, with embossed gilt bowls by Josiah Williams & Co, London 1906, cased £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

647. A SET OF TWELVE CONTINENTAL SILVER GILT AND VARI-COLOURED ENAMEL COFFEE SPOONS, import marks for London 1929, cased, a set of six silver coffee spoons, and two sets of six silver pastry forks, all cased £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 648. A COLLECTION OF SILVER TO INCLUDE: a pair of pepper grinders, a bottle coaster with turned wooden base, a set of six napkin rings, a 1981 Royal Wedding small dish, a photo frame, a circular small box, a letter opener, a candle snuffer with turned ebonised handle, assorted small cruet and flatware items, and a small quantity of plated items including a twin handled oval serving dish (qty) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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649. A SET OF TWELVE SILVER SCALLOP FORM MENU HOLDERS, on circular bases, London 1967, two silver commemorative scallop form caddy spoons, with Prince of Wales feather handles, three 1977 Silver Jubilee decanter labels, for Port, Claret and Whisky, and two further for Cognac and Burgundy with pierced and engraved Prince of Wales feathers decoration, 11 oz overall (qty) (plus 27% BP*)

650. A GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS TO INCLUDE: five various small photo frames, two tea strainers, a pair of flattened serving spoons, a pierce decorated small dish, an easel miniature stand, and a white metal parasol handle and small dish (qty) £150-180 (plus 27% BP*) 651. A LARGE COLLECTION OF SILVER SALTS, mainly late 19th/early 20th Century, comprising a set of four on ball feet, six further pairs, six others, two pairs of white metal salts, and seven various peppers (qty) £200-250 (plus 27% BP*)

652. A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER REPOUSSÉ DECORATED SALTS, with spoons, Birmingham 1897, in fitted case, a pair of Edwardian silver scallop salts, with spoons, Birmingham 1902, cased, three various silver three piece cruet sets, cased, two further three piece cruet sets, nine various mustards, including three with pierced decoration and blue glass liners, a silver and cut glass butter dish, and a similar mustard (qty) £200-250 (plus 27% BP*) 653. SIX VARIOUS SILVER SIFTER SPOONS, a similar Dutch spoon, and a quantity of mainly 19th Century silver mustard and condiment spoons, various dates and makers, 19.5 oz overall £150-180 (plus 27% BP*)

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654. A SILVER SUGAR CASTOR, of faceted baluster form, London 1937, and five further various silver sugar castors, largest 22cm high, 29 oz overall (6) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

655. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER HIP FLASK, by G & J.W. Hawksley, Sheffield 1898, 13.5cm high; another slightly smaller silver hip flask, and a silver octagonal section caddy and cover, Birmingham 1912, 8cm high, 18.5oz overall (3) £180-220 (plus 27% BP*) 656. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SUGAR BASIN, repoussé decorated with scrolling foliage, by George Wish, Sheffield 1901, 11cm diameter; two silver rectangular boxes, one plain, the other repoussé decorated, each 9cm wide; and three various silver circular boxes, 19.5 oz overall (6) £180-220 (plus 27% BP*)

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657. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER OVAL SNUFF BOX, by Andrew Barrett & Sons, Birmingham 1908, 8.5cm; two further silver oval boxes; another of curved form; a late Victorian small heart shaped vesta case, Birmingham 1897; and a scent bottle, the side with hinged powder compartment, 13.5oz overall (6) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 658. A GEORGE III SILVER MEAT SKEWER, by Solomon Hougham, London 1796, 35cm; a late Victorian example, by John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater, London 1894, 22.5cm; and a similar modern letter opener (3) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 659. A SILVER BALUSTER CASTOR, with pierced decoration, by C.S. Harris & Sons Ltd, London 1910, (lacks liner); an Edwardian circular tobacco box, engraved with foliage, Birmingham 1907; a small hip flask, marks worn; and a rectangular cigarette box, London 1928, 12 oz weighable (4) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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660. A GROUP OF FOUR SILVER DRESSING TABLE BOXES, comprising two cylindrical, one oval and one circular, by Mappin & Webb, London 1920; a similar cylindrical box, Chester 1905; and a small silver cased scent bottle and cover, 17.5 oz weighable (6) £150-180 (plus 27% BP*)

661. A PAIR OF SILVER CORINTHIAN CANDLESTICKS, with beaded drip pans, fluted columns, and beaded stepped square bases, by Hayes & Co, Birmingham 1910, 30cm high (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 658

662. A GEORGE IV SILVER WINE FUNNEL, the strainer with foliate and scroll cast border and with gadrooned lower section, by John Edward Terry, London 1828, 15cm £80-150 (plus 27% BP*) 663. A VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED HORN BEAKER, with glass bottom, by Henry John Lias, London 1877, 11.5cm high; a Georgian silver toddy ladle, with whalebone twist handle; a small silver rectangular box, repoussé decorated, 6cm wide; and a pair of silver decanter labels for Sherry and Gin (5) £60-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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664. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SAUCE LADLES, with scalloped bowls, by Hester Bateman, London 1780; a George III fiddle and thread pattern sifter spoon, by Richard Crossley & George Smith IV, London 1810; a pair of Georgian bright cut sugar tongs, by James Sutton and James Bult; another similar pair of tongs; and two Victorian mother of pearl handled silver butter knives (7) £80-150 (plus 27% BP*)

665. A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN GRAVY SPOONS, by William Eaton, London 1826; another similar by John, Henry and Charles Lias, London 1828; another of Old English pattern; a pair of George III bright cut tablespoons, London 1802; and other assorted silver flatware, 38.5 oz overall (qty) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 670

666. A COLLECTION OF SILVER TO INCLUDE a capstan inkwell, two pairs of spill vases, a cigarette box, various silver topped glass dressing table jars, an eastern embossed cylindrical box and cover, stamped 800, and a pair of cups, the scroll handles modelled with buds, stamped 900 (qty) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 667. AN IRISH SILVER LOBED DISH, commemorative of the 50th Anniversary of the Easter Rising 1966, ‘Aiseri na Casca’, maker’s mark I.R.S.L., Dublin 1966, 13cm; and a similar smaller dish, 9cm, 9.5 oz; a silver baluster pint mug by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1968, 11.5 oz; and an Irish silver cream jug of girdled form, Dublin 1967, 5.5 oz (4) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

668. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER ROMAN STYLE OIL LAMP, with serpent handle, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1891, 14.5cm long, 4.5 oz; a pierce decorated silver pedestal sweetmeat dish, Sheffield 1912, a three piece cruet set, and a gadrooned rectangular stand, 21cm (6) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 671

669. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER FIVE PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, repoussé decorated with flowers and having lion’s mask capped paw feet, comprising teapot, coffee pot, hot water pot, milk jug and sucrier, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1895, teapot 16.5cm high, 114 oz all in (5) £900-1200 (plus 27% BP*) 670. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER PEDESTAL ROSE BOWL, the pierce decorated sides repoussé decorated with ribbon tied swags of husks, marks rubbed, London circa 1910, 22cm diameter, 22 oz, on ebonised plinth £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

671. A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED WINE EWER, relief decorated with masks, stags and stylised foliage, and with female caryatid handle, 30cm high, and other plated items, to include a 19th Century coffee pot, a sauce tureen, a pair of bottle coasters, and other items (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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672. TWO SILVER BIRMINGHAM MINT CHRISTMAS PLATES, 1974 and 1975, repoussé decorated with dancing and party scenes, 20cm diameter, each 6.5 oz, in glazed display boxes (2) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*) 673. AN ITALIAN INKSTAND, of shaped rectangular form, fitted with a central miniature chamberstick flanked by a pair of glass square section inkwells, on shaped feet, stamped 800, 29cm wide £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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674. A PART SERVICE OF GERMAN FLATWARE COMPRISING four tablespoons, six table forks, six dessert forks and six teaspoons, stamped 800 £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

675. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER DRESSING TABLE TRAY, repoussé decorated with cherubs within a sinuous border, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1902, 32cm; another of shaped rectangular outline, Chester 1914, 21 oz overall; and various dressing table items including a hand mirror, a silver cased Bakelite powder box and cover, two combs, a small silver topped glass jar, and six various manicure items/accessories (qty) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 674

676. A SILVER SWING HANDLED CAKE BASKET, with pierced galleried border, by Adie Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1926, 21.5cm diameter, 11 oz; a silver bowl, with shaped border, on pad feet, by W.H. Haseler Ltd, Birmingham 1936, 20cm, 11 oz; and a silver tazza, with pierced border, marks rubbed, 5 oz (3) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

676A. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER TWIN HANDLED SUCRIER, of girdled form and engraved with scrolling foliage, by Joseph Angell I & Joseph Angell II, London 1841, 10.5cm high, 10 oz; a Victorian pedestal sugar basin, repoussé decorated with flowers by Josiah Williams & Co, London 1893, 6.5oz; a silver milk jug and matching sugar basin; and a small plain sugar basin, 14.5oz (5) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 675

677. A SILVER OVAL TRINKET BOX, the lid with applied butterfly with mother of pearl inset wings, by James Deakin & Sons, Birmingham 1910, 6cm; a circular silver trinket box, the engine turned top with shaped border, by Hamilton & Inches, Birmingham 1934, 10cm; and an Edwardian oval trinket box, repoussé decorated with cherubs, London 1903, 11.5cm (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 678 678. A SILVER INKSTAND, of rounded rectangular form, with reeded border, two lidded inkwells (lacking glass liners), and a pen rest, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1911, 29cm wide, 32.5oz £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

679. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CAPSTAN INKWELL, with shaped border, Sheffield 1907, 14.5cm diameter, five further smaller silver capstan inkwells, an Edwardian silver oval small inkstand, fitted with a faceted glass inkwell, Birmingham 1904, and a silver cylindrical travelling inkwell, London 1906 (8) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 680. A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER ENTRÉE DISHES AND COVERS, with shaped, foliate cast and reeded borders by George Howson, Sheffield 1902, 28.5cm long, 98oz overall (one handle lacking) (2) £900-1200 (plus 27% BP*) 681. A LATE 19TH CENTURY HANAU MODEL OF A DONKEY, the saddle formerly fitted with panniers to each side as salt cellars (now lacking), marks of Berthold Muller, 11cm high £120-160 (plus 27% BP*) 682. AN INDIAN SMALL COFFEE POT, and matching hot milk pot, the coffee pot with horn handle, inscription to the base from the Mogul Line Staff 1946, 17cm high (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 680

683. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER TWIN HANDLED TROPHY CUP, with reeded handles and circular pedestal foot, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1880, 26cm high; and another silver twin handled trophy cup, with foliate capped lion’s mask handles, on circular pedestal foot, by Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1939, 23cm high, 40oz overall (2) £350-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 684 684. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TROPHY CUP, repoussé decorated with flowering foliage and ‘C’ scrolls, one cartouche engraved ‘B.B.C. Championship’, maker’s mark rubbed, Birmingham 1906, 27.5cm high, 16oz £120-160 (plus 27% BP*) 685. A SILVER TEAPOT, of compressed circular form, with beaded border, and ebonised handle and knop, by James Carr, (Aberdeen), Birmingham 1926, 13.5cm high, together with a sucrier and milk jug, with gadrooned borders by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1926, 42oz all in (3) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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686. A SILVER TEAPOT, of oval form with shaped border, scroll legs, and ebonised handle and knop, by David & George Edward, Sheffield 1917, 15.5cm high, and another silver teapot, of shaped rectangular form, with ebonised handle and knop, on bun feet, Birmingham 1926, 47.5oz all in (2) £350-400 (plus 27% BP*) 687. A SILVER TEAPOT, of shaped oval form, with ebonised handle and knop, and matching twin handled sucrier, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1920, 23oz all in (2) £180-220 (plus 27% BP*)

688. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER HOT WATER POT, with reeded shaped baluster body, and ebonised handle and knop, by Reid & Sons, Sheffield 1905, 23cm high, and another of faceted baluster form, with ebonised handle and knop, by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1908, 21cm high, 34oz all in (2) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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689. A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, of Corinthian column form, on beaded stepped square bases, by Mappin Bros, Sheffield 1899, 24.5cm high, and two further similar, smaller pairs, the first by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co, Sheffield 1889, 22.5cm high, the second by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1931, 15cm high (6) £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

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690. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, of half lobed design, the teapot with ebonised handle and knop, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1909, teapot 15cm high, 29.5oz all in (3) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

691. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, of Georgian design, having shaped oval bodies with reeded and engraved borders, the teapot with ebonised handle and knop, by Elkington & Co., London 1908, teapot 15cm high, 29.5oz all in (3) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*) 692. A SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, of faceted design on cabriole legs, the teapot with ebonised handle and knop, by Henry Matthew, Birmingham 1926, teapot 15.5cm high, 34oz all in (3) £280-320 (plus 27% BP*) 693. A SILVER TWIN HANDLED TRAY, with shaped border, and angular handles, by Viner’s, Sheffield 1933, 68cm wide, 108oz £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 690

694. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER OVAL TWIN HANDLED TRAY, with shaped and pierce decorated border, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1907, 53.5cm wide, 75oz £800-1000 (plus 27% BP*)

695. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER NAVETTE SHAPED TWIN HANDLED TRAY, with reeded and pierce decorated border, by William Mammatt & Son, Sheffield 1902, 47.5cm wide, 42.5o £400-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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696. A SILVER SALVER, of shaped squared outline on pad feet, by J.B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1926, 30.5cm wide, 27oz £250-300 (plus 27% BP*) 697. A SILVER SALVER, with scroll and scallop cast border, on scroll feet, by Brook & Son, Sheffield 1927, 38cm wide, 43oz £350-400 (plus 27% BP*)

698. A SILVER HOT WATER POT, of baluster form, with hardwood handle and knop, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1945, 17.5cm high, 18.5 oz all in £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

699. A SET OF SIX WILLIAM IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS by Charles Shipway, London 1833; four various similar dessert forks; and seven 19th Century Scottish silver fiddle and shell pattern dessert forks by James McKay, Edinburgh 1830 and 1859, 32.5 oz overall (qty) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 698

700. A VICTORIAN SILVER NOVELTY CIGAR TABLE LIGHTER, in the form of a street lamp, the triform base applied with a bollard taper holders to the corners, by Percy Holland & George Gibson, London 1877, 16.5cm high (lacking wick and hozzle, and having later black composite plinth base) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 701. A SMALL COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising an Edwardian oval tobacco box, Birmingham 1903, a pierce decorated small basket, three pierced and embossed sweetmeat dishes, a purse, a cigarette case, a glass condiment jar with silver cover, and a small quantity of plated items (qty) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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702. AN INDIAN WHITE METAL RECTANGULAR TRAY, embossed to the centre with two figures on horseback, and engraved with figures and stylised flowers and foliage, 34.5cm wide £140-180 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 702

703. A CONTINENTAL SILVER MODEL of a cockerel, import marks for London 1960, 14cm high, 3.5 oz; together with four silver commemorative caddy spoons for the investiture of Prince Charles 1969, 3 oz (5) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

704. A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER CIRCULAR SALTS, on pad feet, by Edward Wood, London 1744; and a small collection of further silver comprising a twin handled sucrier, a pair of peppers, a napkin ring, and a rectangular cigarette box, 10 oz weighable (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

705. A SERVICE OF MAINLY GEORGIAN SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising ten tablespoons, twelve table forks, fourteen dessert spoons, including two by Thomas & William Chawner, London 1770, fourteen dessert forks, six teaspoons, and a gravy spoon, various dates and makers, and a fiddle pattern gravy spoon by John, Henry & Charles Lias, London 1836, 87 oz overall (qty) £700-900 (plus 27% BP*) 706. A COLLECTION OF SIX EARLY 20TH CENTURY DANISH ARTS & CRAFTS STYLE SERVING SPOONS, to include two with spot hammered design and shaped terminals by Grann & Laglye, Copenhagen, and four others similar, largest 29cm long; and a 19th Century Russian sifter spoon, marks for Johann Bernhard Hertz, St Petersburg 1840 (7) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

707. A CONTINENTAL SILVER MODEL of a horse, after Lorne Mckean, the signed oval base with import marks for John Pinches, London 1975, 11cm high, 20 oz £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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708. A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED DOMED MEAT COVER, with gadrooned border, and engraved with the Coat of Arms of Magdalen College, Oxford, 46cm £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 708

709. A GROUP OF SILVER TO INCLUDE: a small dish with shaped border, by Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham 1914, an egg cup, a small spill vase, five vesta cases, a caddy spoon, other spoons, a napkin ring, a watch holder, a Dutch tea strainer, other white metal pieces and three various watches, approximately 11 oz weighable (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 710. A GEORGE IV SILVER TWIN HANDLED SUGAR BOWL, by Paul Storr, the shaped body embossed and engraved with panels of scrolling foliage, the handles of foliate and branch form, on circular pedestal foot, London 1829, 13cm high, 19.5 oz £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

711. A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY GERMAN JARDINIERE, of shaped oval outline, with pierce decorated sides, hung with swags of husks, stamped 800, and having metal liner, 39cm wide £200-250 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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712. A SET OF TWELVE VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, by John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater, London 1885, 4.5 oz (12) £40-80 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 712

713. AN EDWARDIAN GREEN LEATHER DRESSING CASE, fitted with a range of silver topped faceted glass jars, including a hip flask, and further accessories including an ivory backed dressing table set, blotter, manicure items etc, London 1908 £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 714. A SILVER COMMEMORATIVE SILVER JUBILEE DISH by Gerald Benney, London 1977, 13.5cm diameter, 6 oz, no. 48/1000, with certificate, boxed; a silver three piece cruet set, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1963, 9.5 oz, cased; a pair of late Victorian silver berry spoons, London 1893, cased; two cased sets of six silver teaspoons with sugar tongs; two boxed christening sets; a napkin ring; a caddy spoon; a preserve spoon; and three other spoons (qty) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

715. A VICTORIAN SILVER SUGAR BASIN, with engraved decoration, by Edward Hutton, London 1881, and a collection of other silver comprising a scallop butter dish, a pierced sweetmeat dish, a pair of pierced twin handled salts, three napkin rings, a small dish, and a pepper (qty) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 716. A SET OF SIX 16TH CENTURY STYLE COMMEMORATIVE SILVER SPOONS, with decorative seal taps, by C.J. Vander Ltd, London 1969 and 1970, 6 oz (6) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

717. A SILVER BOWL of shaped oval form, on cabriole legs with paw feet, by Arthur & John Zimmerman, Birmingham 1912, 24.5cm wide, 15.5 oz £200-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 722

718. A PORTUGUESE SILVER PLATED TOPAZIO OVAL SERVING DISH STAND, pierce decorated with a frieze ribbon tied husks, on shaped hoof feet, stamped ‘Topazio Casquinha’, 42cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 719. AN INDIAN OVIFORM VASE AND DOMED COVER, profusely decorated with stylised scrolling foliage, on domed pedestal foot, 23.5cm high £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

722. A SILVER SMALL SALVER, with shaped, squared border, on pad feet, by Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1939, 20.5cm diameter, 15.5oz £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 723

723. A SILVER SALVER, with piecrust border, on scroll feet, by C.J. Vander Ltd, London 1958, 25.5cm diameter, 18oz £150-180 (plus 27% BP*)

724. A SILVER SMALL SALVER, with slightly shaped, beaded border, on claw and ball feet, by Edward Barnard & Sons, London 1931, 20cm diameter, 12.5oz; and another by the same maker, with piecrust border and pad feet, London 1914, 20.5cm diameter, 14oz (2) £200-250 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 724

725. A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with knopped and tapered square section stems, on faceted octagonal bases, by Mappin & Webb, London 1913, 21.5cm high (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 725

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726. A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with shaped and knopped stems, repoussé decorated with scrolling foliage, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1906, 18cm high (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 727. A SET OF TWELVE EDWARDIAN SILVER TEASPOONS, with foliate engraved decoration, and matching sugar tongs, by Wakely & Wheeler, London 1902, in fitted case, and a set of six Edwardian silver handled tea knives and forks, Sheffield 1905, in fitted case (2) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 728. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CIGAR CASE, with reeded decoration, by Arthur & John Zimmerman, Birmingham 1894, 14cm long; another, engraved with stylised foliage, Birmingham 1915, and another of plain design, Birmingham 1901, 17oz overall (3) £150-180 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 726

729. A SILVER PRESENTATION TROWEL, with turned ivory handle, by Vaughton & Sons, Birmingham 1931, 35cm long, cased £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 730. A COLLECTION OF INDIAN WHITE METAL PIECES COMPRISING a pair of cylindrical canisters and covers, a box with hinged top and curved interior, a set of seven dishes embossed with fruits, and five various other dishes (qty) £300-350 (plus 27% BP*) 731. A CHINESE PEPPER, relief decorated with prunus branches, and with hinged cover, by Luen Wo, 5.5cm high; and a small model boat, on ebonised plinth (2) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 727

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732. A COLLECTION OF INDIAN WHITE METAL CRUET ITEMS COMPRISING a vase shaped pepper, four further small peppers, five various salts, a cylindrical box with hinged cover, a rectangular box, and other small items including a belt buckle, napkin ring, filigree bead necklace, spoons etc (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

733. A SET OF SIX LATE VICTORIAN SILVER TEASPOONS, with matching sugar tongs, by Robert Stebbings, London 1898, cased; seven further sets of silver tea and coffee spoons, all cased; two further sets of six teaspoons; another set of three; and a pair of silver butter knives, with ivory handles, cased (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 734. A VICTORIAN SILVER CHRISTENING KNIFE, FORK AND SPOON, relief decorated with classical females and stylised foliage, by Chawner & Co, London 1876, cased, five further Victorian christening sets, cased, three similar of later date, another late Victorian set with napkin ring, cased, and five various cased child’s spoon/pusher sets (qty) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 733

735. A COLLECTION OF TEN SILVER CIGARETTE CASES, including one of lobed outline, another with engine turned decoration, and others similar, 33oz all in (10) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

736. A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE of slightly curved form, with engine turned decoration, by Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1928, and a collection of nine further silver cigarette cases, 36oz all in (10) £350-450 (plus 27% BP*) 737. TWO RECTANGULAR SILVER CIGARETTE CASES, with engine turned decoration, and a collection of eight further silver cigarette cases, 34.5oz all in (10) £350-450 (plus 27% BP*)

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738. A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, with Art Deco style stepped and engine turned decoration, London 1933, and a collection of nine further silver cigarette cases, 35oz all in (10) £350-450 (plus 27% BP*)

739. A VICTORIAN SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, of curved and lobed form, London 1886, and nine various other silver cigarette cases, 35oz all in (10) £350-450 (plus 27% BP*) 740. A SILVER RECTANGULAR CIGARETTE CASE, with engine turned decoration, six others similar, and three others, 32oz all in (10) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

741. A COLLECTION OF TEN SILVER CIGARETTE CASES TO INCLUDE: one of rounded square outline, another engraved with scrolling foliage, and eight various others, 38.5oz (10) £350-400 (plus 27% BP*) 742. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, of slightly curved outline, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths, London 1903; a late Victorian foliate engraved cigarette case, Birmingham 1889; and eight further silver cigarette cases, 37oz all in (10) £350-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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743. A SET OF TWELVE 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Kazan 1891, a German tablespoon and fork, stamped 800, cased, and a Continental sifter spoon, with engraved decoration and pierced, shaped bowl (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 744. A COLLECTION OF TWENTY FOUR SILVER VESTA CASES, mainly late Victorian/Edwardian, some with engraved and embossed decoration, various dates and makers, and three various matchbox covers, 19.5oz all in (27) £180-220 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 748

Lot 749

745. A COLLECTION OF FOURTEEN SILVER VESTA CASES, mainly late Victorian/Edwardian, some with engraved decoration, various dates and makers, 14oz all in (14) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 746. A COLLECTION OF FOURTEEN SILVER VESTA CASES, mainly late Victorian/Edwardian, some with engraved decoration, various dates and makers, 14oz all in (14) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

747. AN 18TH CENTURY SILVER MOTE SPOON, maker’s mark only for John Lampfert, circa 1770, a Victorian silver cream ladle, with bone handle by George Unite, Birmingham 1861, a George III sauce ladle with scalloped bowl, a George IV fiddle pattern sifter spoon, two further spoons, and a butterfly book chip (7) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 750 749. A SILVER FIVE PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, of baluster form, engraved and embossed with flowering foliage, and having composite handles, comprising teapot, coffee pot, hot water pot, milk jug and sugar basin, by Barker Ellis Silver Co., Birmingham 1971 and 1972, 72 oz all in (5) £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 750. A SILVER LOUIS XVI PATTERN SERVICE of flatware and cutlery, comprising six tablespoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve soup spoons, twelve fish knives and forks, and twelve teaspoons, also twelve fruit knives and forks (steel blades), twelve dinner knives and twelve tea knives (steel blades) by Roberts & Belk Ltd, Sheffield 1967, 158 oz weighable (qty) £1800-2000 (plus 27% BP*)

748. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH TASTE VIN, with lobed and embossed sides, and loop handle with oval thumb piece, 11.5cm £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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751. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE LIGHT CANDELABRUM, with knopped and faceted column, chamfered square base and detachable branches, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1903, 35cm high £250-300 (plus 27% BP*) 752. A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, of compressed form, with gadrooned border and fruitwood handle and knop, by J W Story & W Elliott, London 1811, 11cm high, 24 oz all in £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

753. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER BACHELOR’S TEAPOT, with ebonised handle and knop, Sheffield 1902; a silver mounted hip flask, Sheffield 1957; a Georgian silver wine funnel (lacking strainer); a Victorian silver caddy spoon; a pair of napkin rings; together with a plated rectangular tray; two plated hot water pots; a set of Christophle forks; a toast rack; and a pair of grape scissors; and three coins (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

754. A SERVICE OF SILVER STRATHMORE PATTERN FLATWARE AND CUTLERY, comprising six tablespoons, eleven table forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve soup spoons, eleven teaspoons, twelve fish knives and forks, and two sauce ladles, together with twelve dinner knives, twelve tea knives and a three piece carving set (steel blades) by Gee & Holmes, Sheffield 1965-67, and C & Co, Sheffield 1961, initialled ‘A’, 152 oz weighable (qty) £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

755. A GEORGE III SILVER TWIN HANDLED SUCRIER AND COVER, embossed with ‘C’ scrolls and flowering foliage, and having foliate capped scroll handles by Joseph Preedy, London 1817, 11.5cm high, 18 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 752

756. A GEORGE III SILVER CANDLESTICK with tapering knopped stem, and reeded borders, having detachable Sheffield plate candelabrum branches, maker’s mark indistinct, ** & Co, Sheffield 1790, 38cm high overall £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 757. A SILVER TWIN HANDLED TEA TRAY, with gadrooned border and handles by Reid & Sons, London 1922, 67cm wide, 104 oz £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

758. A GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS, comprising a baluster sugar castor, two bottle coasters, two pairs of candlesticks, a sauce boat, a five bar toast rack, three decanter labels, a pair of peppers, four pairs of salts, with various condiment spoons, two napkin rings, and six silver handled knives (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 753

759. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER FOUR PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, of octagonal pedestal design, the teapot and coffee pot with ebonised handles and knops by Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1895 and 1898, teapot 25.5cm high, 78 oz all in, in fitted oak case, together with a pair of Victorian silver sugar tongs, Newcastle 1873 £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 754

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760. AN 18TH CENTURY STYLE COFFEE POT, possibly Continental, repoussé decorated with birds, cattle, fruit and scrolling foliage, and having shaped composite handle, 25cm high £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 760

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761. A QUANTITY OF SILVER PLATED ITEMS TO INCLUDE a pair of late Victorian oval entree dishes and covers, three toast racks, a bottle coaster, a salver and other items (qty) £40-50 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 761

762. A SET OF SIX GEORGIAN SILVER BRIGHT CUT TEASPOONS, overstruck marks B.M., possibly Benjamin Mountique, and lion passant only; a set of three William IV Scottish fiddle pattern teaspoons, maker W.M. over A.M., Glasgow 1830; two 19th Century Irish dessert spoons, seven various early mid Georgian tablespoons, and a similar dessert spoon, various dates and makers, 18oz overall (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

763. A SET OF TWELVE LATE VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, with engraved decoration, by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield 1900; a set of ten fiddle, thread and shell teaspoons; further sets of six spoons, 32oz overall (qty) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*) 764. TWO SETS OF FIVE SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, eleven bean end coffee spoons, a set of three silver and enamel coffee spoons with flower terminals, and a quantity of assorted teaspoons, souvenir spoons etc., 17oz overall (qty) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*) 765. A COLLECTION OF THIRTY ONE SILVER MUSTARD SPOONS, mainly 19th Century, and twelve various silver salt spoons, various dates and makers, 13oz overall (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

766. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER PART SERVICE OF OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising twelve tablespoons, eleven table forks, six dessert spoons, and five dessert forks, by John Round & Son Ltd, Sheffield 1894, 78oz £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 762

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767. A SERVICE OF SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising six tablespoons, six table forks, six dessert spoons, six dessert forks and six teaspoons, by Henry Hodson Plante, London 1912, 46.5oz overall £400-500 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 767

768. A GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SOUP LADLE, with reeded border, by William Eley, Fearn & Chawner, London 1813, a George III silver fiddle pattern gravy spoon, London 1792, and another Victorian fiddle pattern gravy spoon, 18oz overall (3) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

769. A SET OF SIX SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SOUP SPOONS, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1927, and a pair of matching sauce ladles by the same maker, 1926, 18oz overall (8) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 770. A QUANTITY OF MAINLY 19TH CENTURY SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising eighteen tablespoons, eleven dessert spoons, and thirty teaspoons, various dates and makers, 66oz (qty) £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

771. A QUANTITY OF MAINLY 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising eighteen tablespoons, six table forks, twenty four dessert spoons, and seventy four teaspoons, various dates and makers, 141oz all in (qty) £1200-1800 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 769

772. A SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN GRAVY SPOON, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1913; a George III Old English pattern sauce ladle by William Bateman, London 1818; a pair of Victorian fiddle pattern sauce ladles; and three further 19th Century fiddle pattern sauce ladles, 16oz overall (7) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

773. A SMALL QUANTITY OF VICTORIAN SILVER BEAD PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising two table forks, a dessert fork, three dessert spoons and four teaspoons, by Chawner & Co, London 1877; and a small quantity of matched silver King’s pattern flatware, comprising three tablespoons, four dessert spoons, and nine teaspoons, various dates and makers, 40oz all in (qty) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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774. A GEORGE III SILVER TODDY LADLE, the base inset with a 1709 coin and with whalebone handle, London 1805, 31.5cm; two Edwardian silver bread forks, with ivory handles; a pair of Victorian ivory handled silver butter knives; another with mother of pearl handle; a small silver scoop; and a scalloped spoon (8) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*) 775. A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS, by Paul Storr, later engraved and embossed as berry spoons, London 1811, 7.5oz overall (4) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

776. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising an Old English pattern cheese scoop, Sheffield 1927; a pair of salad servers; a christening knife and fork; an Arts & Crafts spot hammered preserve spoon, with pierced stylised terminal; eight various preserve and other decorative spoons; six various child’s pushers; and various small forks; butter knives etc, 23oz (qty) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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777. A COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL FLATWARE, to include a Dutch embossed spoon, a tablespoon, a set of six coffee spoons, various decorative and souvenir spoons, fork etc (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

778. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER BRIGHT CUT SUGAR TONGS, by Hester Bateman, circa 1800, another similar pair, maker’s mark only I.L. possibly John Lambe, a pair of 19th Century Scottish silver sugar tongs by Andrew Wilkie, Edinburgh 1821, another Scottish pair, a George III Irish pair by John Pittar, Dublin circa 1810, and one other pair, 7oz overall (6) £70-100 (plus 27% BP*) 779. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER SUGAR TONGS, with engraved decoration, by William Coghill, Glasgow 1874, together with sixteen further pairs of 19th Century silver sugar tongs, various dates and makers, 23oz overall (17) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 779

780. A COLLECTION OF SEVENTEEN PAIRS OF SILVER SUGAR TONGS, late 19th and 20th Century, some with engraved and bright cut decoration, various dates and makers, 14oz overall (17) £140-180 (plus 27% BP*) 781. A VICTORIAN SILVER GILT DIAMOND JUBILEE COMMEMORATIVE SPOON, London 1896, cased; and three small silver dishes, 5.5oz overall (4) £40-50 (plus 27% BP*) 782. See opposite page

783. A SET OF THREE GRADUATED LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SALVERS, the pierced borders chased and embossed with urns of flowers, masks, and leopards, the centres engraved with foliate scroll cartouches, on foliate scroll and paw feet, maker’s mark S.S. probably Stephen Smith, circa 1880, each marked with maker’s, deity and lion passant marks only, stamped retailer’s marks verso for D.C. Rait & Sons, Glasgow, largest 37.5cm wide, 77oz overall (3) (See illustration on page 126) £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*) 784. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED THREE LIGHT CANDELABRA, with gadrooned borders, half lobed tapering columns, and detachable reeded branches, 48.5cm high (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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785. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED TEA KETTLE ON STAND, of compressed circular form, with foliate engraved decoration and swing handle, the stand with cabriole legs and scallop feet; a late Victorian silver plated four piece tea and coffee service, with urn shaped bodies; and a set of six 19th Century silver plated bottle coasters, with pierced galleries and turned hardwood bases (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

786. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED RECTANGULAR TWIN HANDLED WARMING DISHES, on foliate scroll feet, another pair of 19th Century plated entrée dishes and covers, another oval entrée dish and cover on scallop feet, a pierce decorated pedestal sugar basket, with blue glass liner, on extensive service of Continental silver plated flatware, and other items (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

787. A FRENCH SILVER FIVE PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE with foliate decorated handles and scroll feet, comprising a twin handled hot water urn and cover, coffee pot, teapot, milk jug and sucrier, by Tetard Freres, Paris, the urn 43cm high (5) (See illustration on pages 70 and 71) £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

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782. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER AND SILVER GILT LARGE CHARGER, after Francois Briot, centred with a roundel depicting Mars, the God of War, within a border embossed with cartouches depicting four allegories of War, Peace, Hunger and Abundance, the outer border depicting the four continents and other figures, amidst foliage, masks and scroll work, by Frederick Elkington, Birmingham 1874, 48.5cm diameter, 55 oz £6000-8000 (plus 27% BP*)

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788. A 1930’S SILVER PLATED NOVELTY COCKTAIL SHAKER, the sides with apertures to show the ingredients of each cocktail when turned, 28cm high £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

789. A CANTEEN OF SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE AND CUTLERY, comprising soup ladle, sauce ladle, twelve table forks, twelve table knives, twelve dessert forks, eighteen cheese knives, twelve tablespoons, twelve dessert spoons, twelve teaspoons, sugar tongs, four egg spoons, and a carving set, by Vander & Hedges, London 1930/31, Thomas Bradbury & Son, Sheffield 1905, and others, 119 oz weighable, in fitted oak canteen £700-900 (plus 27% BP*) 790. A SET OF EIGHT IRISH SILVER GOBLETS, by Royal Irish Silver Ltd, Dublin 1968 and 1969, 50 oz overall, in fitted case £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 791. See page 128

Lot 788

792. A SILVER PLATED RECTANGULAR CIGARETTE BOX by Hermes, with gilt snaffle handle, 19cm wide; a Sterling rectangular desk calendar by Tiffany & Co; a small Sterling dish by Tiffany & Co; a silver heart shaped photo frame; a silver circular small box and cover; two white metal circular boxes and covers; and various plated desk accessories (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 793. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TWIN HANDLED PEDESTAL BOWL, and matching twin handled goblet, relief decorated with Celtic knots and strapwork, by David and George Edward, London 1909, bowl 12cm diameter, 20 oz overall (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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791. A MATCHED PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with foliate knopped stems, and scroll cast shaped square bases, one possibly by William Cattell, London 1771, the other by William Café, London 1763, 25cm high, 34 oz (2) £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 791

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794. A GEORGE II SILVER SWING HANDLED OVAL CAKE BASKET, the sides with lattice and foliate pierced decoration and having scallop cast border, the base and shaped handle engraved with scrollwork on pierced foot rim, by Ayme Videau, London 1738, 30cm, 51 oz £3000-5000 (plus 27% BP*)

795. A PAIR OF SILVER FIVE SECTION CRUET STANDS, each fitted with cut glass bottles and jars, with beaded frames and shaped bases on castors, by Garrard & Co, London 1937, 12.5cm high overall (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 796. A SILVER AND SILVER GILT GOBLET, with plain conical bowl, and textured stem and foot, by Stuart Devlin, London 1968, 18cm high, 6 oz £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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797. A SILVER DRESSING TABLE SET, with engine turned decoration and applied gilt monogram ‘MSM’, comprising hand mirror, two hairbrushes, clothes brush, three various glass jars, and a similar small comb (8) £70-100 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 797

798. A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, of oval section, with bright cut decoration, and fruitwood handle and knop, by William Vincent, London 1788, 14cm high, 16 oz all in; and a William IV silver teapot, of compressed circular form, engraved with scallops and scrolls, and with fruitwood handle and knop, by Robert Garrard II, London 1836, 13.5cm high, 20 oz all in (2) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

799. A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, of half lobed baluster form, on gadrooned foot, by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London 1818, 22.5cm high, 25.5 oz £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 798

800. See opposite page

801. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER INKSTAND, of shaped rectangular outline, with beaded border, on paw feet, fitted with two cut glass inkwells, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1901, 24cm long, 9.5 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

802. A SILVER COFFEE POT, of plain tapered design, with domed cover and composite handle, London 1966, 23cm high; 23 oz all in; and another of pedestal urn form, with ebonised handle and knop, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1909, 24.5cm high, 14 oz all in (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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800. A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with knopped stems and shaped square bases, by Fordham and Faulkener, Sheffield 1905, 25.5cm high (weighted) (4) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

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803. A SILVER TEAPOT, of baluster form, with domed cover, ebonised handle and knop, by Gowland Bros, London 1932, 18cm high, 19 oz all in; a similar hot water jug by Adie Bros, Birmingham 1938, 19cm, 11 oz all in; a baluster hot milk jug with ebonised handle, London 1901, 7 oz all in; and a bachelor’s coffee pot, hot milk pot and sugar basin, of faceted design, with composite handles and knops, Birmingham 1926 and 1928, 15cm high, 11 oz all in (6) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

804. A PAIR OF SILVER TRENCHER SALTS, with blue glass liners by Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1927, 8cm long; seven further silver salts, three mustards, four peppers and a large baluster pepper stamped Sterling (qty) £70-100 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 803

805. A PAIR OF SILVER FIVE BAR TOAST RACKS, by D & J Welby Ltd, London 1931, 14cm long; three other pairs of silver five bar toast racks, and one other toast rack (AF), 25 oz overall (qty) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

806. A SILVER RECTANGULAR CIGARETTE CASE, by Tiffany & Co, stamped Sterling, 13.2cms; two further silver cigarette cases, 16 oz overall; and four various silver cigarette boxes, with wood lined interiors (8) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

807. A GEORGE III SILVER TAPERSTICK, with reeded border and handle, by Abstinando King, London 1818, 9cm wide, a pair of modern silver snuffers by Asprey, a silver hip flask, a pair of pierced silver bottle coasters, with turned wooden bases, and an Edwardian silver snuffers tray, with pierced ends and beaded border by Daniel and John Welby, London 1903, 25.5cm (7) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 804

808. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER PEDESTAL SUGAR BASIN, repoussé decorated with swags of flowers, by R.H. Halford & Sons, London 1903, 14cm, another, of half lobed pedestal form, Birmingham 1898, another smaller sugar basin, a cream jug with engraved decoration, Sheffield 1924, and two further cream jugs (one AF), 30 oz overall (6) £200-250 (plus 27% BP*)

809. A SET OF SIX DANISH VARI-COLOURED ENAMEL INSET COFFEE SPOONS stamped ‘Meka Sterling, Denmark’, cased, and a small collection of 19th Century silver flatware, comprising a pair of fish knives, a table fork and five dessert forks, various dates and makers, 12.5 oz (qty) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 805

810. A SMALL COLLECTION OF SILVER COMPRISING two pairs of pierce decorated sweetmeat dishes, Birmingham 1897 and 1902, a gadrooned saucer, Edinburgh 1982, a small dish inset with eagle emblem, a set of four engine turned ashtrays, another ashtray and two napkin rings, 18 oz overall (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 808

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811. A SILVER CHILD’S BOWL, engraved with a scene from Goldilocks and the three bears, and other nursery rhymes by Edward Barnard & Sons, London 1912, 17.5cm diameter, 8.5 oz £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 812. A SCOTTISH SILVER LARGE QUAICH, with reeded border by Lawson & Co, Glasgow 1931, presentation inscription, 17.5cm diameter, 12 oz; and a Scottish silver sugar basin by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1932, a twin handled spot hammered cup by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1911, and a twin handled trophy cup, 20 oz overall (4) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 811

813. A PERUVIAN WHITE METAL PLATE, embossed with an Aztec mask design, 20cm diameter, another similar embossed with eagle crest, another of square spot hammered design, inset with a coin, 15.5cm, and a Gorham Sterling fluted small dish (4) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 814. A 19TH CENTURY DUTCH SILVER RECTANGULAR TOBACCO BOX, with engraved decoration, 13cm, and a 19th Century Continental twin handled vase, engraved with flowers, 8cm high (2) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

815. A SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, the teapot with ebonised handle and knop, by Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1911 and 1912, teapot 13.5cm high, 19 oz overall; and an Edwardian silver half lobed bachelor’s teapot, with ebonised handle and knop, and matching milk jug, Birmingham 1906, 9 oz overall (5) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 812

816. A SILVER COFFEE POT, of oval baluster form, with ebonised handle and knop, by Horace Woodward & Co Ltd, London 1913, 22.5cm high, 22 oz overall; and a silver hot milk jug, of girdled baluster form, with fruitwood handle and knop, by S.W. Smith & Co, Birmingham 1916, 15cm high, 12.5 oz overall (2) £180-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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817. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a circular waiter by Barker Bros Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1934, 15cm diameter; a baluster cream jug on pad feet, a small sauce boat, a pair of peppers, two napkin rings, and a christening spoon and fork, Sheffield 1919, cased, 16 oz overall; together with a set of twelve late Victorian silver plated dessert knives and forks, with ivory handles, in fitted mahogany case £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 818. A SET OF TEN SILVER AND SILVER GILT COMMEMORATIVE HERALDIC ‘THE QUEEN’S BEASTS’ SPOONS, by Richard Comyns, London 1972, in fitted case £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 819. A VICTORIAN SILVER PEDESTAL CREAM JUG, on square foot by Stokes & Ireland Ltd, Birmingham 1876, 13.5cm high; other silver comprising an Edwardian capstan inkwell, London 1905, a pair of Victorian pierce decorated napkin rings, a sugar castor, a caddy spoon, a small mustard and pepper, a set of six teaspoons and a silver mounted faceted glass pepper grinder, two plated dishes, and four silver plated mother of pearl handled items (qty) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

820. A PAIR OF GEORGE III IRISH SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS, maker’s initials W.F, Dublin 1768; an 18th Century silver mote spoon, struck with maker’s mark only (indistinct), and a George III Old English pattern sauce ladle, London 1797 (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 818

Lot 819

821. A COLLECTION OF MIXED GEORGE III SILVER FIDDLE AND OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising six tablespoons, five dessert spoons and six teaspoons, various dates and makers, a set of six apostle top coffee spoons, Birmingham 1905, a set of six bean end coffee spoons, another set of five coffee spoons, and other odd spoons, 32 oz all in (qty) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

822. A WILLIAM IV SILVER DRUM MUSTARD, with gadrooned border, scalloped thumbpiece and blue glass liner, by Thomas Johnson, London 1831; a George II silver circular salt, by Edward Wood, London 1740, an Edwardian silver christening mug with reeded decoration, London 1905, a white metal and enamel vesta case, of hinged rectangular form, and other silver including a pair of peppers, a mustard, a cigarette case, a scent bottle, and other small items (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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823. A VICTORIAN SILVER THREE PIECE BACHELOR’S TEA SET, of engraved oval form, the teapot with carved wood handle and knop, maker’s initials W.S. Chester 1885, each piece further inscribed to the underside ‘W Smith Sculpt 1886’, teapot 10.5cm high, 12 oz all in (3) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 823

824. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SET, of shaped oval form, with reeded borders, the teapot with ebonised handle and knop, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1909, teapot 16cm high, 25.5 oz all in (3) £200-250 (plus 27% BP*) 825. See page 136

826. A GEORGE III SILVER OVAL TEAPOT, engraved with a repeated stylised design, with beaded borders, angular spout and fruitwood handle, maker T.H. London 1780, 14cm high, 11.5 oz overall £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 824

827. See page 137

828. A SILVER BALUSTER HOT WATER POT, with scroll thumbpiece, and wicker clad handle, maker’s mark indistinct, London 1928, 14.5cm high, 18.5 oz; and a silver hot milk pot of tapering design, with domed cover and composite handles, London 1929, 19cm high, 11 oz all in (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 829. A VICTORIAN SILVER PEDESTAL SUGAR BOWL, of beaded and half lobed form, engraved with swags of flowers, Sheffield 1873, 9cm high, 6 oz; together with an American tankard of tapered form, with bands of reeded decoration and angular handle, stamped 925 Sterling £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

830. A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT STAND, of rounded rectangular form, with bright cut decoration and scallop cast feet, by Duncan Urquhart and Naphtali Hart, London 1806, 14.5cm long, 5 oz; two George III silver helmet cream jugs, London 1804 and 1809; and a late Victorian silver tea caddy, with engraved decoration, Sheffield 1893 (4) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 828

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825. A GEORGE III SILVER BALUSTER COFFEE POT, with gadrooned borders, scalloped spout and hardwood handle, marked to the lid and base for William Grundy, London 1762, 29cm high, 29 oz overall £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 825

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827. A GEORGE II SILVER TAPER STICK, with knopped stem, and shaped scallop and scroll cast base, by William Williams I, London 1745, 12.5cm high, 6 oz £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 833

831. A SILVER CIRCULAR MUFFIN DISH AND COVER, with liner, the cover of lobed design and with ebonised knop, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1939, 20cm diameter, 22 oz all in £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 832. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SMALL SALVER, with shaped scallop and scroll cast border on scroll feet, by John Byrne & Son Ltd, London 1907, 22cm diameter, 12 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

833. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SALVER, of lobed outline with gadrooned and mask border, on shaped feet, by John Byrne & Son Ltd, London 1909, 32.5cm diameter, 33 oz £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 831

834. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER HIP FLASK, by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1901, 14.5cm high, 5.5 oz; a William IV silver stilton scoop with ivory handle, maker W.K. probably William Knight, London 1831; and a pair of modern silver wine coasters, with wooden bases (4) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*) 835. A GEORGE III SILVER CRUET STAND, with pierced and engraved decoration and central loop handle, with hardwood base, and fitted with five faceted glass and silver mounted bottles, by Robert Hennell I, London 1787, 24.5cm high £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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836. A GEORGE III SILVER MEAT SKEWER, with beaded loop handle by Stephen Adams I, London 1787, 31cm long £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

837. A SILVER TRINKET BOX, of shaped and curved outline on pad feet, by Edward Souter Barnsley & Co, Birmingham 1920, 17.5cm wide; and a silver rectangular cigarette box by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1953, presentation inscription, 13.5cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 838. A WILLIAM IV SILVER SALVER, with foliate and scroll cast border, engraved foliate decoration and scallop cast feet by John Welby, London 1834, 27cm diameter, 20 oz £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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839. A SILVER SALVER, of shaped square design by Stower & Wragg Ltd, Sheffield 1944, 28.5cm, 27.5 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 840. A SILVER PEDESTAL FRUIT STAND, of octagonal form with pierce decorated angles, on octagonal foot by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1928, 26cm wide, 16.5 oz £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

841. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER PEDESTAL BOWL, the borders chased and embossed with flowers and fruiting vine, and with lattice pierced decoration, by Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1864, presentation inscription, 26.5cm wide, 12.5 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 839

842. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER STANDISH, of shaped oval outline, with foliate and scroll embossed border and central scallop and scroll handle, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1901, 27cm, 14.5 oz; and an early Victorian silver milk jug, with foliate embossed decoration by Benjamin Reece Dexter, London 1839, 13.5cm high, 7.5 oz (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 843. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER PEDESTAL FRUIT STAND, with pierce decorated and foliate cast border, on pierced base with wavy foot rim by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1896, 23cm diameter, 14 oz £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 841

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844. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SAUCE BOAT, with scroll handle and shell capped hoof feet by C.S. Harris & Sons Ltd, London 1904, 20.5cm long, 10 oz; and a pair of silver faceted sauce boats by Josiah Williams & Co, London 1937, 11 oz (3) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 844

845. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER TWIN HANDLED OVAL BOWL, with scallop and scrolling foliate embossed decoration, on pierced feet, by Horton & Allday, Birmingham 1892, 18.5cm, 5 oz; and a silver small salver of shaped square design, on scroll feet, Sheffield 1968, 20.5cm, 12 oz (2) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

846. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER FRUIT STAND, of shaped oval design with pierce decorated border and shaped oval pedestal foot, by George Lugard, Birmingham 1908, 27cm, 10 oz; and a silver pierce decorated basket, with twin lion’s mask ring handles by Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1913, 19cm, 7 oz (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 847. A SILVER HOT MILK POT, of plain tapering form, with domed cover and ebonised handle, by James Henry & Hebert Barraclough, Sheffield 1911, 20.5cm high, 13 oz all in; and an Edwardian silver baluster hot milk jug, with ebonised handle and knop, by William Aitken, Birmingham 1904, 19.5cm high, 8 oz all in (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

848. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER GOBLET, engraved with sprays of flowers and ferns, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1892, 19cm high; a pair of Edwardian silver goblets by Rowlands & Frazer, London 1901, 16.5cm high; and a silver chalice on wide spreading foot, by A.R. Mowbray & Co Ltd, London 1961, 24.5 oz overall (4) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 845

Lot 846

849. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER MOUNTED EASEL DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, of shaped outline, repoussé decorated with scrolling foliage, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1902, 20.5cm high; a silver rectangular easel photograph frame, with applied Yorkshire Yeomanry crest, and later mirror plate, Birmingham 1917, 20.5cm high; and another silver photograph frame, Birmingham 1920 (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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850. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER DRESSING TABLE SET, with reeded borders, comprising a rectangular tray, 28cm, three further smaller trays, a rectangular box, 10cm, hand mirror, two hairbrushes, two clothes brushes, silver mounted glass hip flask, five various silver topped glass jars, matchbox cover, comb, glove stretchers, button hook and silver handled ivory letter opener, by John Collard Vickery, London 1907, approximately 35 oz weighable (qty) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 850

851. FOUR VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLESPOONS, London 1874, and four various silver teaspoons, 11.5 oz overall, and a set of twelve Dutch teaspoons and cake forks, with twist stems and novelty terminals, cased £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 852. A SMALL COLLECTION OF SILVER COMPRISING an early 19th Century wine funnel, marks rubbed, two small twin handled trophy cups, a late Victorian tea infuser, Sheffield 1895, a pair of late Victorian peppers, London 1899, a mustard, and a lid, 10 oz overall (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 854

853. See page 144

854. A SET OF SIX CHINESE FISH KNIVES AND FORKS with plain, rattail pattern handles, marks for Tack Hing, Hong Kong, together with a further matching Alpacca alloy set of six fish knives and forks (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

855. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER NAVETTE SHAPED PEDESTAL SALT, pierce decorated and embossed sides and twin ring handles, on lobed and beaded foot, glass liner, by John Wilmin Figg, London 1865, 13cm long; and a beaded salver salt spoon (2) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 856. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF LATE 18TH CENTURY ITALIAN FLATWARE, comprising a soup ladle, two gravy spoons, five tablespoons, five table forks, a dessert fork, and nine teaspoons, 49oz; and a similar plated gravy spoon (qty) £400-500 (plus 27% BP*) 857. A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with fluted and tapered columns, on fluted, elongated octagonal bases, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1927, 24cm high (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 855

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853. A SPANISH SILVER NEF, with three tall fully rigged masts, grained plank deck with various figures, the hull repoussé decorated with scrolling foliage, a detachable base with four pierce decorated wheels, pentagram star mark and further indistinct stamp, 39cm high, 23oz overall £500-800 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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858. A GEORGE IV SILVER MILK JUG, with lobed body and foliate scroll cast border and handle, maker W.B. probably William Bennett, London 1829, 12cm high, 8oz; a George IV silver mustard, with gadrooned border, hinged domed cover and blue glass liner, maker T.D., possibly Thomas Dicks, London 1826; and a George IV silver fiddle pattern fish slice, with pierced blade, London 1825 (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 859. A PAIR OF EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER FISH SERVERS, with pierced and engraved decoration, and foliate scroll repoussé decorated handles, the blade engraved with a fisherman to one side and his catch, Sheffield 1853, 11.5oz overall (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 858

860. A GEORG JENSEN CHILD’S KNIFE AND SPOON SET, of Cactus pattern, together with a horn serving spoon and fork with handles in the same design, spoon 16.5cm long (4) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

861. A SILVER TWIN HANDLED PUNCH BOWL, the girdled body with scroll handles and circular pedestal foot by Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1922, presentation inscription and crest, 30cm diameter, 57 oz, on ebonised plinth £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 860

862. A WILLIAM IV SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, chased and embossed with figures in garden landscapes, the teapot with flower finial and acanthus capped scroll handle by Joseph Angell I and John Angell I, London 1832 and 1836, teapot 16.5cm high, 51 oz overall (3) £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 861

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863. A GEORGE IV SILVER BALUSTER COFFEE POT, the spout modelled as a rustic branch, having flower finial and later composition handle, presentation inscription, 25.5cm high; and a matching milk jug by James Charles Edington, London 1829, 36.5 oz all in (2) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 864. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER DISH RING, the sides pierced and repoussé decorated with rustic figures, sheep, a windmill, a cow, foliage and ‘C’ scrolls by Dobson & Sons, London 1900, 20.5cm diameter, 11.5 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

865. A GEORGE III SILVER HOT WATER JUG, of pedestal urn form, with beaded borders and fruitwood handle by John Schofield, London 1779, 32.5cm high, 21 oz all in £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 866. A GEORGE III SILVER SWING HANDLED SUGAR BASKET, of boat shaped form, with reeded borders and bright cut borders, on oval pedestal foot by Peter and Jonathan Bateman, London 1790, 17cm long, 6.5 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 863

Lot 864

867. A GEORGE III SILVER CIRCULAR WAITER, with beaded border, on shaped feet, engraved crest by Thomas Chawner, London 1784, 20cm diameter, 11 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 868. A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER, with gadrooned and scallop cast border, on claw and ball feet, by John Schofield, London 1779, engraved crest, 41cm diameter, 65 oz £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 865

Lot 866

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869. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER PEDESTAL CREAM JUG with gadrooned borders, Birmingham 1901; two further silver cream jugs; and a late Victorian embossed silver sugar basin (4) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*) 870. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER OCTAGONAL MUSTARD, pierce decorated with stylised scrolling foliage, on beaded base, blue glass liner, by Charles Thomas Fox and George Fox, London 1848, 6.5cm high; and a set of four Victorian silver circular salts, repoussé decorated by George Unite, Birmingham 1873, with matching spoons (9) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

871. A COLLECTION OF SILVER COMPRISING a six bar toast rack, a Georgian embossed toddy ladle with coin inset base (lacks handle), a pierced and embossed bottle mount, a silver mounted glass scent bottle, and an Indian white metal cigarette box (5) £40-60 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 869

872. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF GEORGIAN SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising a pair of gravy spoons by George Smith II and Thomas Hayter, London 1791, three further gravy spoons, a set of eight tablespoons by William Eaton, London 1806, a sauce ladle, a fork, eight teaspoons and a mustard spoon, various dates and makers, 40 oz overall (qty) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

873. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising a gravy spoon, sixteen tablespoons, fourteen table forks, nine dessert spoons, eleven dessert forks, a sifter spoon, and six teaspoons, various makers and dates including Mary Chawner, London 1834, 110 oz overall £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*) 874. A GEORGE III SIFTER SPOON by Eley & Fearn, London 1807, a pair of Victorian silver sugar tongs, and a small quantity of plated flatware including ivory handled crumb scoop and fish knives (qty) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 870

875. A GEORGE II SILVER WAITER, of shaped outline, chased and engraved with flowers and scrolling foliage, on shaped feet by John Tuite, London 1728, 14.5cm, 7 oz £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 875

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876. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SWISS CANTEEN OF FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising twelve each of table forks, tablespoons, dessert forks, dessert spoons, teaspoons and coffee spoons, soup ladle, two sauce ladles, two serving spoons, two serving forks, various cake and dessert slices and accessories, four bottle stoppers, and twelve each of steel bladed table knives and dessert knives, with ebonised handles, in fully fitted leather canteen with four lift-out trays, engraved initials ‘G’, by Jezler, Schaffhausen, stamped 800, canteen £1200-1600 (plus 27% BP*) 877. A GERMAN BALUSTER HOT MILK POT, with ebonised handle and knop; a Swiss cream jug, and ten various Swiss dishes, including three with coin inset bases, largest 14cm diameter, all stamped 800 (12) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 878. A DUTCH SOUP LADLE, with reeded edge handle, 2nd standard 833 mark, a set of six Dutch table forks and spoons, a set of six Dutch teaspoons, cased, a set of twelve Dutch tea knives, with later steel blades, cased, and a small quantity of assorted continental flatware £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 876

879. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, of oval half lobed form, engraved with swags of flowers, the teapot with ebonised handle and knop, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1902, teapot 16cm high, 34.5 oz all in (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

880. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER TEAPOT, of half lobed form, with ebonised handle and knop, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1898, 14cm high, 17 oz all in; a set of four Victorian twin handled urn shaped salts, London 1883, in fitted case; a George III silver table spoon, converted to a berry spoon, London 1812; and a late Victorian cylindrical travelling inkwell, London 1898 (7) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 879

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881. A SILVER TWIN HANDLED ROSE BOWL, with scroll handles, on pedestal foot, maker’s mark rubbed, Birmingham 1929, 18cm diameter, 19.5 oz £140-180 (plus 27% BP*)

882. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER SHALLOW BOWL, embossed and engraved with scrolling foliage, on pedestal foot, by Samuel Walker & Co, Sheffield circa 1838, 13cm diameter; an Edwardian silver topped glass square section inkwell, Birmingham 1907; five various thimbles; a small quantity of silver and plated flatware; and a pair od Danish Cohr Atla plated small candlesticks (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 881

883. A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, of rounded rectangular outline with gadrooned borders, foliate knop, shaped handle and on ball feet by Joseph Angell I, London 1816, 16.5cm high, 18 oz all in £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 884. See page 150

885. A SILVER SQUARE SECTION CIGARETTE BOX, the lid relief decorated with the arms of the Goldsmith’s Company, the sides inscribed ‘The Gift of the Goldsmith’s Company A.D. 1327-1927’ with further presentation inscription to the inside, the back with striker, by Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1926, 9cm wide, 9.5 oz £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

886. A VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED DEER’S HOOF DOUBLE SNUFF BOX, the mount and oval hinged compartments with foliate engraved decoration by Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield 1876, 6.5cm high £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 883

887. A SILVER SMALL MODEL of a bulldog, by Henry Hodson Plante, London 1971, 5cm long; and a silver small model of a soldier, London 1978, 6.5cm high, 3.5 oz overall (2) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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884. A GEORGE III SILVER GILT CRUET STAND, having central foliate cast handle flanked by two compartments, fitted with two cut glass bottles with central foliate cartouche, on acanthus capped scrolling legs with pierced, scalloped feet by John Delmester, London 1762, 30cm high, frame 29 oz £3000-5000 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 884

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888. A PAIR OF SILVER DWARF CANDLESTICKS, embossed with scrolling foliage, by Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1971, 12cm high; another small pair of silver dwarf candlesticks; a pair of late Victorian silver preserve spoons, Sheffield 1899, cased; a cased set of six silver coffee spoons; and a silver matchbox cover (qty) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 888

889. A SILVER TEA CADDY of chamfered square section, the lid with hinged handle, by Arthur & John Zimmerman, Birmingham 1911, 10.5cm high, 3.5 oz; and three various silver spill vases, weighted bases, largest 18cm high (4) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

890. A SILVER AND GUILLOCHE ENAMEL TOPPED GLASS SCENT BOTTLE, engraved with flowering foliage, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1912, 10cm high; another silver topped cut glass scent bottle; three various silver topped glass jars; a continental silver mounted glass scent bottle and stopper; and a small quantity of plated items, including an inkstand and a salver (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 889

891. A CANTEEN OF SILVER RATTAIL PATTERN FLATWARE comprising soup ladle, gravy spoon, two sauce ladles, four tablespoons, twelve table forks, twelve soup spoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve teaspoons, six egg spoons, four knife rests, and ivory handled steel knives and carving set by Martin Hall & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1930, in fully fitted mahogany canteen, with two drawers and locking stiles £1200-1600 (plus 27% BP*) 892. A SET OF SIX SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, with twist stems and fox mask terminals, by H.J. Cooper & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1926-30; and a set of five silver bean end coffee spoons £30-40 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 890

893. A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER CIRCULAR SALTS, with gadrooned borders, on shell capped claw and ball feet, blue glass liners, maker’s mark indistinct, London 1755, 7cm (2) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 892

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BUYERS TERMS & CONDITIONS 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. 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. 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. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 22.5%. This premium is subject to VAT at the rate imposed by law. VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT) 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). 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. You may pay for purchases in a number of ways: Bank Transfer, Cheque, Debit card, Cash and Credit card to a maximum of £2000.00 (plus 2.28% VAT inc. on Business and NonEEA cards). (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. 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. 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. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the layout 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. 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. 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. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 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. 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) 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. (3) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 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 1. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. (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. 2. 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. 3. 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. 4. 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. 5. 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 buyer’s 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.thesaleroom.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 thesaleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 4.95% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price. DATA PROTECTION Personal data obtained about you will be used in accordance to our Privacy Policy. A copy of our Privacy Policy can be found on our website www.mallams.co.uk or requested by post from our Data Officer, Catherine Leach at Bocardo House, St Michael’s Street, Oxford, OX1 2EB, or by Email from privacy@mallams.co.uk.


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Design + Modern Art FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED For further information contact Max Fisher T: 01865 241358 or max.fisher@mallams.co.uk www.mallams.co.uk

23 & 24 MAY 2019 OXFORD To include Studio Ceramics, Arts & Crafts, Art Deco, Modernism, Paintings, Prints and Artist’s Textiles.

MALLAMS AUCTIONEERS, BOCARDO HOUSE, ST MICHAEL’S STREET OXFORD OX1 2EB


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The Jewellery, Watches & Silver sale - 27th & 28th March 2019 (Mallams Oxford)  

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