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Mallams 1788

Jewellery & Watches Silver& Objetsde Vertu 13 November 2019 OXFORD


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Mallams 1788

Jewellery& Watches Silver &Objets de Vertu Wednesday 13 November at 11am

Viewing Saturday 9 November 9am – 1pm Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 November 9am – 5pm And the morning of the sale

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

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 197 Back cover – Lot 391 www.sofaa.org

Any lot not illustrated in the catalogue can be viewed online at www.mallams.co.uk


Order of Sale

Mallams 1788

Jewellery& Watches Silver &Objets de Vertu Wednesday 13 November at 11am

Jewellery & Watches

1 – 300

Silver & Objets de Vertu

301 - 484

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 - 300


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Lot 4

Lot 6 Lot 5 Lot 7

1. A 9CT GOLD FANCY-LINK BRACELET, of ropetwist and bead-link design, length 19.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 2. A CURB-LINK BRACELET, with monogrammed padlock clasp stamped ‘9ct’, length 18cm £200-250 (plus 27% BP*) 3. A 9CT GOLD CURB-LINK BRACELET, with padlock clasp, length approximately 17cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

4. A LATE VICTORIAN/EDWARDIAN HALF PEARL BANGLE, of hinged oval trifurcated form, applied with a frieze of half pearl set flowerheads, stamped ‘15’, (half pearls untested for origin), inner diameter 5.7cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

5. A CHARM BRACELET, the 18ct gold curb-link bracelet suspending a collection of 19th century and later heart-shaped pendants and lockets, variously decorated with enamel and gemstones including diamonds, half pearls and emeralds, largest pendant length 2.5cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*) 6. A LATE VICTORIAN/EDWARDIAN HALF PEARL AND DIAMOND STAR BROOCH/PENDANT, centred with an old-cut diamond within a star-shaped cluster of half pearls, bordered by smaller half pearl set stars, with detachable brooch fitting and hinged pendant loop, on a later 9ct gold box-link chain, (half pearls untested for origin), pendant length 3.1cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

7. A HALF PEARL AND DIAMOND HORSESHOE BROOCH, alternately set with graduated half pearls and pairs of old-cut diamonds, yellow precious metal mounted, with later fitting, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, (half pearls untested for origin), length 2.4cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 9

Lot 11 Lot 8

Lot 10 Lot 12

8. A SET OF SIX ENAMEL AND GEM SET BUTTONS, each circular panel centred with a turquoise cabochon to a mother of pearl ground, within a beaded white enamel border, stamped ‘18’, in fitted case, panel diameter 1.4cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

9. A PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU STYLE EAR PENDANTS, each oval panel drop depicting a classical maiden in the medallist style, surmounted by a smaller oval panel with fleur-delys motif, on post fittings, stamped ‘18’, length 3cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 13

10. A HALF PEARL SPRAY BROOCH, designed as a floral and foliate spray of graduated half pearls, stamped ‘15ct’, (half pearls untested for origin), length 7cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

11. A LATE VICTORIAN SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the principal old-cut diamond bordered by cushion-shaped mixed-cut sapphires, to an 18ct gold scroll decorated hoop, hallmarked for Chester 1898, together with a sapphire and amethyst flowerhead cluster ring, 9ct gold mounted, and a three stone ring, first ring size K (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 14

12. THREE GEM SET DRESS RINGS, comprising a citrine and seed pearl hexagonal cluster ring, stamped ‘18ct’, a ruby and diamond cluster ring, 9ct gold mounted, and a green hardstone cabochon ring, stamped ‘14k’, (pearls untested for origin), first ring size J (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 13. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GEM SET PENDANT ON CHAIN, the openwork sinuous panel highlighted with circular mixed-cut amethysts and a pear-shaped peridot drop, bordered by channels of half pearls and replaced imitation pearls, stamped ‘9ct’, on a later ropetwistlink chain stamped ‘750’, (half pearls untested for origin), pendant length 5cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 14. AN AMETHYST INTAGLIO BROOCH, the oval amethyst incised with the profile of a classical bearded male warrior wearing a helmet, possibly Ajax, to a faceted border, length 2.7cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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Lot 16

Lot 15

15. A 19TH CENTURY LONG CHAIN, comprising a series of star decorated belcher links, to a turquoise set clasp with fluted and beaded decoration, (some later added links), length 123cm £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

16. A GEORGIAN EMERALD AND DIAMOND PANEL RING, modelled as a crowned heart, the central heart-shaped emerald in foiled closed-back setting, bordered by foiled rose-cut diamonds and surmounted by a similarly set coronet, between scrolled openwork diamond set shoulders, gold and silver mounted, ring size approximately K - L £1200-1500 (plus 27% BP*) 17. TWO FANCY-LINK LONG CHAINS, the first a trace-link chain, spaced by textured beads with cabochon turquoise highlights, stamped ‘9ct’, the second a curb-link chain, spaced by scroll decorated beads, stamped ‘15’, lengths 136cm and 140cm respectively (2) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 18. A FETTER-LINK ALBERT CHAIN, with T-bar suspension stamped ‘15 .625’ and swivel clasp stamped ‘9ct’, suspending a sovereign case, stamped ‘9 .375’, initialled, and a hardstone mounted compass pendant, chain length 33cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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19. A LATE VICTORIAN 9CT GOLD ALBERT CHAIN, comprising a series of graduated curb links, with swivel clasp, T-bar suspension and a hardstone mounted locket swivel fob, chain length 37cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

20. A FANCY-LINK LONG CHAIN, comprising a series of belcher links, with conical bead spacers and swivel clasp, stamped ‘9ct’, length 140cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 21. A SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, the oval shell cameo carved to depict a mother and child in river setting, to a 9ct gold ropetwist edged mount, length 6.7cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 22. A SYNTHETIC RUBY AND DIAMOND CLUSTER BAR BROOCH, the oval mixed-cut synthetic ruby claw set within an old-cut diamond border, between bifurcated shoulders, stamped ‘18ct’, and a Victorian panel brooch, of tubular design, with bead terminals and central ropetwist knot motif, first brooch total diamond weight approximately 0.45ct, length 5.75cm (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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23. AN AMETHYST RIVIÈRE NECKLACE, comprising a line of graduated oval mixed-cut amethysts, in ropetwist edged collet settings, with trace-link connections, the tongue clasp inscribed ‘LH’, cased, length 44cm £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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Lot 26 Lot 27 Lot 25

Lot 24

24. A GEM SET ‘DEAREST’ RING, the scroll decorated hoop set with a line of vari-cut coloured stones, to include diamond, amethyst and ruby, ring size approximately H £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 28

25. A CITRINE SINGLE STONE PENDANT, the oval mixed-cut citrine in pinched collet setting, within a foliate scroll decorated border, with later pendant fitting, on a snake-link chain, together with a citrine single stone dress ring, pendant length 3cm (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

26. A GEM SET HEART BROOCH, the openwork heart-shaped panel suspending a cabochon garnet drop modelled as a ladybird, surmounted by a collar of rose-cut diamonds and cabochon red stones, with indistinct Austro-Hungarian gold mark, together with an American enamel lozenge-shaped panel brooch, inscribed verso, and a gem set wishbone stick pin, stamped ‘15ct’, first brooch length 2.3cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 27. A HALF PEARL AND HAIRWORK MEMORIAL PENDANT, the navette-shaped glazed hairwork panel bordered by a row of half pearls, verso inscribed ‘Eliz. Crumpton Dupré, Died Mar 1 1791, Aged 5 Years’, surmounted by a similar cushion-shaped panel, with hinged pendant fitting, together with an oval hairwork and half pearl memorial brooch, (half pearls untested for origin), pendant length 5.3cm (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 28. 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) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 29. TWO 19TH CENTURY MEMORIAL BROOCHES, the first designed as an oval black panel with foliate scroll border, centred with a plaited hairwork compartment, the second designed as an openwork scrolled panel, centred with a hairwork spray, first brooch width 5.5cm (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

30. AN ENAMEL AND GEM SET BROOCH AND EAR CLIPS SUITE, each panel modelled as a flowerhead, centred with a pink cabochon in foiled closed-back setting and edged with white enamel, on later fittings, brooch length 1.8cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 32

Lot 34 Lot 33

Lot 31

31. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, to include a Victorian gem set pendant, of foliate design, a cabochon garnet set scarf clip, two 19th century hairwork memorial brooches, a silhouette memorial pendant, a blue zircon line bracelet, a turquoise set heart pendant, glazed verso, a single ear clip by Georg Jensen, a single cufflink, stamped ‘9ct’, an agate panel brooch, assorted coral corallium rubrum bead necklaces, further jewellery and costume items, first pendant length 5.8cm (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

32. A GARNET SET BRACELET, the Victorian circular panel centred with a cluster of oval and circular mixed-cut garnets in foil-backed settings, with ropetwist and beaded borders, glazed verso, on a later gate-link bracelet stamped ‘9ct’, (one pink stone later replaced), panel diameter 3.7cm, length 17cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 33. A 19TH CENTURY GARNET RIVIÈRE NECKLACE, set with a line of graduated oval-cut garnets in foiled closed-back and pinched collet settings, gold mounted, length 42cm £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

34. A GARNET SET BROOCH, the circular cabochon garnet drop in foiled closed-back setting, suspended from a wreathshaped panel, diameter 3.1cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

35. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL CURB-LINK CHAIN, suspending a 9ct gold padlock clasp and a further padlock clasp, stamped ‘15’, length 17cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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Lot 40 Lot 39 Lot 38

36. A PAIR OF SMOKY QUARTZ EAR PENDANTS, each oval mixed-cut smoky quartz claw set to an openwork surround of flowerheads and foliage, on post fittings, stamped ‘9 .375’, length 3.9cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 37. A SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, the oval shell cameo carved to depict the portrait profile of a Victorian lady, in plain polished mount, length 4.8cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 38. TWO LAVA CAMEO BRACELETS, each comprising a line of oval varicoloured lava cameo panels, carved to depict classical portrait profiles, the largest bracelet with yellow precious metal mounts, clasp signed GI and stamped ‘9’, the smallest bracelet with gilt metal mounts, lengths 18.5cm and 18cm respectively (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 37

39. AN ANTIQUE GOLD SIGNET RING, the oval panel incised with the crest of a bull surmounted by an earl’s coronet, between foliate engraved shoulders, unmarked, ring size approximately L-M £1200-1500 (plus 27% BP*) 40. AN ANTIQUE GOLD SIGNET RING, the oval panel incised with the crest of a bull surmounted by an earl’s coronet, between foliate engraved shoulders, unmarked, ring size Q½ £1200-1500 (plus 27% BP*) 41. A 19TH CENTURY HARDSTONE INTAGLIO RING, the oval panel incised with a classical male portrait profile, to a fluted closed-back setting, between scrolled bifurcated shoulders, stamped ‘9ct’, ring size approximately K to L £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 36

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42. A HARDSTONE INTAGLIO RING, the cushion-shaped cornelian panel incised with a lion crest, 9ct gold mounted (partial hallmark), ring size O £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 44 Lot 45

Lot 43

Lot 41

Lot 42

Lot 46

43. AN INTAGLIO RING, the oval brown paste panel depicting a classical figural scene, possibly Hercules, the Roman warrior, with the hide of the Nemean lion, to a yellow precious metal mount with trifurcated shoulders, ring size approximately T £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 44. A HARDSTONE INTAGLIO RING, the rectangular cornelian panel incised with two classical male portrait profiles, 9ct gold mounted, hallmarked for Birmingham 1970, ring size S £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

45. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER SEALS AND INTAGLIOS, comprising two hardstone fob seal pendants, a paste fob seal pendant, with gilt metal mount, a desk seal, with hardstone handle and monogrammed seal, and an intaglio pendant on chain, desk seal length 4.9cm (5) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 46. AN INTAGLIO RING, the oval intaglio, possibly Roman, depicting Eros, the Greek god of love, in closed-back collet setting, to a tapered mount with shaped shoulders, (intaglio fractured), intaglio length 1.7cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 47

47. A 19TH CENTURY HARDSTONE INTAGLIO RING, the oval panel depicting Hebe, the Greek goddess of Youth, ministering nectar to her father Zeus in the guise of an eagle, to a reeded collet setting and trifurcated hoop, ring size approximately J to K £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 50

Lot 52

Lot 51

Lot 49

Lot 48

48. A DIAMOND STAR BROOCH, with graduated rays of old, single and lasque-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, with later fitting, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, length 3.2cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 49. A DIAMOND STAR BROOCH, centred with an oldcut diamond in pinched collet setting, to a pierced cluster and graduated rays of rose and lasque-cut diamonds, spaced by individual cushion-shaped diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, later fitting, length 3cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

50. A LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY PASTE PANEL, modelled as a coronet of vari-cut white pastes in foiled closed-back settings, silver mounted, with later brooch fitting, and a later paste pendant, modelled as a swan surmounted by a cross and coronet, first panel width 9cm (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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51. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, to include a Georgian white paste buckle, later adapted as a brooch, a cut steel ear pendant, with later fitting, (drop detached), a coral corallium rubrum bead necklace, a collection of loose coral corallium rubrum beads, a white paste double clip brooch, and further items, buckle/brooch length 4.6cm £120-150 (plus 27% BP*)

52. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, to include a white paste locket pendant with ribbon bow surmount, a pair of Bohemian garnet cluster ear studs, with later post fittings, a Victorian orange paste panel brooch, a circular lattice work panel brooch, five agate panel brooches, two stone set bar brooches, and further items, pendant length 4.9cm (17) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

53. A DIAMOND TWO STONE STICK PIN, the old-cut diamonds in obliquely positioned claw settings, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 54

Lot 55

54. A COLLECTION OF CORAL CORALLIUM RUBRUM JEWELLERY, comprising a double strand graduated bead necklace, a multi-strand bead bracelet, a single strand bead necklace (clasp deficient), a cabochon single stone ring, and a cabochon three stone brooch, first necklace shortest length 45cm (5) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

55. TWO SCOTTISH HARDSTONE BANGLES, each of hinged oval form, inlaid with agate and hardstone batons and centred with a circular mixed-cut citrine, white metal mounted, and a citrine three stone bar brooch, bangles inner diameter 5.5cm (3) £50-70 (plus 27% BP*) 56. AN AMBER BEAD NECKLACE, comprising a single strand of graduated amber and amber coloured beads, measuring approximately 8.5mm to 14.5mm in length, (amber untested for origin and treatments), total length 46cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

57. A COLLECTION OF BROOCHES, comprising a seed pearl clover leaf bar brooch, a stone set panel brooch, 9ct gold mounted, two larger openwork panel brooches, and five further bar brooches, first brooch length 3.4cm (9) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 58 Lot 59

58. A DIAMOND SPRAY BROOCH AND EAR CLIPS SUITE, the brooch modelled as a stylised foliate spray, with clusters of graduated round brilliantcut diamonds and reeded borders, the ear clips of conforming design, with clusters of further brilliants, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight of brooch approximately 3.30ct, length 5.9cm, total diamond weight of ear clips approximately 2.80ct, length 3.3cm £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*) 59. A DIAMOND DRESS RING, of bombé design, centred with an oval old-cut diamond in claw setting, to a pavé set hoop of graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds, yellow precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, principal diamond weight approximately 1ct, remaining total diamond weight approximately 1.40ct, ring size L £1200-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

60. AN AQUAMARINE BAR BROOCH, the pear-shaped mixed-cut aquamarine in claw setting, yellow precious metal mounted, together with an opal, diamond and gem set cluster stick pin, (adapted), a diamond and cultured pearl stick pin, and an insect clip brooch, first brooch length 5.1cm (4) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

61. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a turquoise panel ring, the pavé set cluster of turquoise cabochons to a bifurcated hoop, (one stone deficient), a chalcedony panel brooch, applied with a turquoise set floral spray, a Victorian enamel memorial ring, 18ct gold mounted, (a/f), a red and white stone panel ring, an 18ct gold band ring, and further items, first ring size L (11) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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62. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a pair of monogrammed oval panel cufflinks, stamped ‘9ct’, an 18ct gold keeper ring, a 9ct gold signet ring, a further ring, an engraved locket pendant on chain, and two further locket pendants, cufflinks panel length 1.8cm (7) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 63. TWO 9CT GOLD CURB-LINK CHAINS, each length 45cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

64. AN AMETHYST AND HALF PEARL PENDANT, the sinuous openwork panel centred with an oval mixed-cut amethyst and suspending a pear-shaped amethyst drop, with half pearl accents, stamped ‘9’, accompanied by a gate-link bracelet, with 9ct gold padlock clasp, and a pair of ear hoops, (half pearls untested for origin), pendant length 4.5cm (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 65. A CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE WITH GEM SET CLASP, comprising two strands of graduated cultured pearls, to a circular panel clasp with radial decoration, centred with an amethyst and cultured pearl cluster, stamped ‘9ct’, shortest length 49cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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66. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL ROPETWIST-LINK CHAIN, with swivel clasp, together with a gilt metal fancy-link long chain, a gilt metal curb-link long chain, and a further chain, first chain length 52cm (4) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

67. A MABE PEARL AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH BY MIKIMOTO, the scalloped mount spaced with mabe pearls and trios of rose-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, and a blue and white paste panel brooch, first brooch length 6.9cm (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

68. A PAIR OF MABE PEARL EAR CLIPS, yellow precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, and a mabe pearl dress ring, also yellow precious metal mounted, stamped ‘K14’, ear clips length 2.2cm, ring size P (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

69. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the fancy rectangular-cut diamonds in claw setting, platinum mounted, accompanied by a platinum flat-section wedding band, inscribed to interior, first ring total diamond weight approximately 0.55ct, ring size S (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

70. A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND COLOURED DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS, each cluster drop centred with a pear-shaped brilliant-cut diamond of yellow tint, bordered by round brilliant-cut diamonds, below a linear surmount of further brilliants, on post and butterfly fittings stamped ‘18k 750’ and ‘D0.98 D0.51’, (yellow diamonds untested for natural colour), total diamond weight approximately 1.40ct, length 2.6cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 70

71. A DIAMOND AND COLOURED DIAMOND BANGLE, of hinged circular form, centred with a frieze of graduated pear and oval-cut diamonds of yellow tint, spaced by horizontal channels of round brilliant-cut diamonds and bordered by rows of further brilliants, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, (yellow diamonds untested for natural colour), total diamond weight approximately 5ct - 5.50ct, inner diameter 5.9cm £2500-3500 (plus 27% BP*)

BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

Lot 71

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Lot 74

Lot 77

Lot 75

Lot 73

Lot 76

Lot 72

72. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PANEL RING, designed as a floral spray of oval and circular mixed-cut sapphires, with diamond set foliage, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘375’, panel length 2.2cm, ring size L £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 73. A STAR SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, of abstract design, the tapered openwork hoop with ropetwist borders, claw set with an oval cabochon star sapphire enclosed by trios of old-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size approximately G £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 74. A RUBY AND DIAMOND FLORAL SPRAY BROOCH, naturalistically modelled as a rose flowerhead, with pavé set petals of graduated circular mixed-cut rubies, above a tapered stem issuing undulating foliage and leaves of similarly set graduated round brilliant and single-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.60ct, length 5.8cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*) 75. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the graduated old-cut diamonds in claw setting, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct & Pt’, total diamond weight approximately 0.95ct, ring size L £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

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76. 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 0.75ct, ring size Q½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

77. A GARNET PENDANT NECKLACE, designed as a series of stylized heart-shaped openwork panels, spaced by circular mixed-cut garnets and suspending an oval mixed-cut garnet drop, on a trace-link back chain, stamped ‘9 375’, length 41cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 78. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamond in six claw setting, yellow precious metal mounted, diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size L £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

79. A DIAMOND FULL HOOP ETERNITY RING, set throughout with round brilliant-cut diamonds, yellow precious metal mounted, later extended, total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size L (leading edge) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 79

Lot 78

Lot 80

Lot 81

80. A VARI GEM-SET NECKLACE, the trace-link chain spaced by collet set circular mixed-cut citrines, peridots, garnets and blue topaz, 9ct gold mounted, maker’s mark JMB, length 53cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 81. A DIAMOND SET KEY PENDANT, set throughout with graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds, with similarly set hinged bale, yellow precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.75ct, length 7.3cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

82. A RUBY AND FRESHWATER PEARL BANGLE/BRACELET, designed as a series of articulated panels, each set with five rows of freshwater pearls, spaced by channels of circular mixed-cut rubies, yellow precious metal mounted, with Israeli gold mark for 750 standard, suspending a heart-shaped tassel pendant and a cultured pearl initial B pendant, stamped ‘9 .375’, bracelet length 19cm £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 85

Lot 83

Lot 86

Lot 84

Lot 87

83. A DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE THREE STONE RING, the central cushion-shaped old-cut diamond claw set between two oval mixed-cut sapphires, white precious metal mounted, diamond dimensions approximately 8.6mm length x 7.6mm width x 5.5mm depth, diamond weight approximately 2.50ct, ring size N £2000-3000 (plus 27% BP*) 84. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the graduated old-cut diamonds in claw setting, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘plat’, total diamond weight approximately 1.20ct, ring size O £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

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85. A RUBY, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND LINE BRACELET, designed as an articulated line of alternate circular mixed-cut rubies, sapphires and round brilliant-cut diamonds, yellow precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18kt’, (one old-cut diamond and one red stone later replaced), total diamond weight approximately 0.85ct, length 18cm £800-1000 (plus 27% BP*) 86. A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER EAR PENDANTS, each cluster drop centred with a rectangular step-cut sapphire in claw setting, bordered by round brilliant-cut diamonds, below a similarly cut diamond surmount, on screw back fittings, total diamond weight approximately 0.65ct, length 1.6cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 88

87. OF MARITIME INTEREST: A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PENNANT BROOCH, the flag-shaped panel centred with a round brilliant-cut diamond, to a pavé set ground of graduated circular mixed-cut sapphires, depicting numeral two in the International Code of Signals, white precious metal mounted, diamond weight approximately 0.25ct, width 3.6cm The International Code of Signals is a system used by vessels for the communication of important messages relating to safety of navigation and associated matters. £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

88. A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND CULTURED PEARL EAR PENDANTS, each designed as an abstract cluster of graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw settings, suspending a detachable saltwater cultured pearl drop from a pavé set cap of further graduated brilliants, on post and hinged clip fittings, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘14k’, total diamond weight approximately 10.5ct, diameter of cultured pearls approximately 12.5mm, total length 5.3cm £4000-6000 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 89

89. A DIAMOND SET BRACELET DESIGNED BY ROY CECIL KING, the plaited-link bracelet incorporating a raised knotshaped panel, with channels of round brilliant-cut diamonds and enclosing a marquise-cut diamond to the centre, 18ct gold mounted, the clasp with white stone thumbpiece and maker’s mark RCK, in fitted Garrard & Co. Ltd. retailer’s case, (hallmark indistinct), total diamond weight approximately 1.80ct, length 16cm £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*)

90. A 9CT GOLD MOUNTED COMPACT, of rectangular engine-turned form, the hinged cover opening to reveal a mirror and powder compartment, hallmarked for London 1965, maker’s mark R&R, length 7.4cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

91. A DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE, designed as a loosely tied ribbon of graduated single-cut diamonds, suspending a linear drop spaced by two round brilliant-cut diamonds in millegrain collet settings, on a later trace-link chain, principal diamond weight approximately 0.65ct, total diamond weight approximately 1.25ct, pendant length 4.7cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 92. A DIAMOND PANEL RING, the shaped rectangular panel centred with an octagonal step-cut diamond in collet setting, to a pierced surround of Swiss and single-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.80ct, ring size O £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 90

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Lot 91

Lot 93

Lot 92

93. A LADY’S 18CT GOLD AND DIAMOND SET BRACELET WATCH, the tapered segmented bracelet engraved with foliate scrolls to a textured ground, to a similarly decorated foldover case with round brilliant and single-cut diamond set foliage, opening to reveal a circular silvered dial with gilt baton markers, the calibre 483 jewelled manual movement numbered 18057956, the dial and movement signed Omega, with 18ct gold London import marks for 1961, the case with maker’s mark UI LD, case width 2.4cm, total length 18cm £1200-1500 (plus 27% BP*) 94. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a horseshoe and riding crop bar brooch, a gem set bar brooch, a tiger’s eye single stone ring, a 22ct gold wedding band, two 18ct gold dress rings, and three further rings, first brooch length 3.5cm (9) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

95. FOUR GEM SET DRESS RINGS, comprising a diamond five stone ring, stamped ‘18c’, two diamond set crossover rings, each stamped ‘18ct plat’, and a turquoise and diamond half hoop ring, (one stone deficient), first ring size K (4) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 96. THREE CUFFLINKS, each with oval panels and chain-link fittings, the first with engraved monogram and crest, stamped ‘15ct’, the second a 9ct gold example with engraved crests, the third a 9ct gold example of plain design, first cufflink panel length 1.55cm (3) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

97. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a Saudi Arabia gold coin in 9ct gold scrolled pendant mount, on a figaro-link chain, a 9ct gold tie bar, and a single stone ring, 9ct gold mounted, first pendant length 3.25cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 98. AN EDWARDIAN RUBY AND DIAMOND FIVE STONE GYPSY RING, alternately set with cushion-shaped rubies and old-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, together with a diamond single stone gypsy ring, also 18ct gold mounted, a 22ct gold wedding band, an18ct gold keeper ring, and two further rings, first ring size Q (6) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

99. AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, alternately channel set with circular mixed-cut emeralds and round brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘14k’, and a diamond double row half hoop ring, 18ct white gold mounted, first ring size M (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 100. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE GYPSY RING, inset with a line of graduated old-cut diamonds in star settings, gold mounted, (hallmark indistinct), together with an 18ct three colour gold wedding band, of pierced and textured design, ring sizes I½ and I respectively (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 104

Lot 102 Lot 101

Lot 105

101. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY PIETRA DURA EAR PENDANTS, each with an oval pietra dura drop, depicting a floral spray in shades of green and white, within a ropetwist wirework decorated setting, from a bar-shaped suspension and circular pietra dura surmount, on wire fittings, indistinctly marked, length 5.4cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

102. A COLLECTION OF MOONSTONE JEWELLERY, comprising a fringe necklace, the line of circular cabochon moonstones in claw settings, suspended from a plaited-link chain, a bracelet, designed as two rows of similarly cut moonstones in collet settings, (adapted), and a pair of single stone ear clips, on screw back fittings, necklace length 39.5cm (3) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

103. A DIAMOND SET LOCKET PENDANT, the circular locket centred with an old-cut diamond in star setting, initialled verso, together with a double sided glazed locket pendant with engraved borders, and a further locket pendant, first pendant diamond weight 0.10ct, length 2.75cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 104. A LATE VICTORIAN DIAMOND SET PANEL BROOCH, the shaped oval panel centred with an old-cut diamond set quatrefoil, with scrolled wirework and ropetwist borders, 15ct gold mounted, glazed verso, length 4cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 110

Lot 108

Lot 109 Lot 111

105. A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY AND LATER JEWELLERY, comprising a varicoloured circular slider pendant, applied with foliage and ropetwist borders, on an extended fancy-link chain, a turquoise set dual-sided locket pendant, a stone set circular locket pendant, five further locket pendants, a hairwork memorial panel, later adapted as a pendant, and a figaro-link chain, stamped ‘9 .375’, first pendant diameter 1.75cm (10) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 106. A DIAMOND SET PANEL BROOCH, modelled as an arrow and crescent moon enclosing a threeleaf clover, highlighted with a turquoise-coloured cabochon and two rose-cut diamonds, indistinctly marked to pin, length 5.5cm £70-90 (plus 27% BP*) 107. A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN GILT METAL BANGLES, each of sprung crossover design and adjustable size, decorated with beads, ropetwist wirework and turquoise coloured cabochons, stamped ‘PT.MAR.21.82’, inner diameter range 5.3cm to 6.4cm (2) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*) 108. A MOONSTONE PENDANT, the heart-shaped cabochon moonstone claw set within a border of alternate circular-cut red and white stones, below a similarly set bale, yellow precious metal mounted, suspended from a single strand graduated cultured pearl collar necklace, accompanied by a French simulated pearl collar necklace and similarly set brooch, pendant length 2.8cm (3) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

109. A LATE VICTORIAN DIAMOND SET NOVELTY DOG BROOCH, modelled as a terrier, pavé set with old and rose-cut diamonds and cabochon red stone eyes, two colour precious metal mounted, total weight of old-cut diamonds approximately 0.60ct, length 2.6cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

110. A LATE VICTORIAN VARI GEM-SET INSECT BROOCH, the body and wings highlighted with old and rose-cut diamonds and cabochon red stone eyes, applied to a bar with diamond and pearl terminal, (pearl untested for origin), gold and silver mounted, length 3.9cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 111. A RUBY AND DIAMOND DOUBLE HEARTS RING, designed as two openwork entwined hearts, set with cushion-shaped old and rose-cut diamonds and cushion-shaped mixed-cut rubies, between bifurcated shoulders, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, ring size K £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 112

112. A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND CULTURED PEARL EAR PENDANTS, each pear-shaped openwork drop centred with a round brilliant-cut diamond in millegrain collet setting, bordered by cultured pearls and smaller brilliants, surmounted by a trio of similarly cut diamonds, on post fittings, white precious metal mounted, the butterflies stamped ‘18k’, total diamond weight approximately 0.60ct, length 2.9cm £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

113. A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND SET PENDANT, possibly Russian, centred with a circular mixed-cut sapphire and rose-cut diamond set Cyrillic monogram/cypher, to an openwork circular reed and ribbon border, surmounted by a similarly set coronet, (fitting possibly later replaced), length 3.9cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 114

Lot 113

114. A DIAMOND SET SERPENT RING, modelled as a coiled serpent with engraved decoration, his head highlighted with a pear-shaped old-cut diamond and circular-cut green stone eyes, stamped ‘C18’, ring size N £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 115

115. A DIAMOND AND ENAMEL PANEL BROOCH, the shaped circular panel applied with a spray of cushion-shaped old-cut diamonds, spaced by old and rose-cut diamond set foliage, to a scrolled blue enamel ground, adapted with later fitting, total weight of old-cut diamonds approximately 0.80ct, length 1.7cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

116. A DIAMOND STAR BROOCH/PENDANT, centred with a detachable cluster of old brilliant-cut diamonds in pinched collet settings, bordered by rays of smaller old, Swiss and single-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, with detachable brooch fitting, total diamond weight approximately 1.80ct, length 3.2cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 116

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117. A PAIR OF RECTANGULAR PANEL CUFFLINKS, 9ct gold mounted, with hinged baton fittings, panel length 2.3cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

118. A PAIR OF 9CT GOLD CUFFLINKS, with oval panels of hammered finish and chain-link fittings, inscribed ‘Doyle 7/12/21’, and a gentleman’s half pearl and mother of pearl dress set, comprising a pair of cufflinks, four buttons and two dress studs, stamped ‘9ct’, cased, (half pearls untested for origin), first cufflinks panel length 1.7cm (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 119. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a 9ct gold Latin cross pendant, engraved with foliate scrolls, on a paper-link chain, a 9ct gold gate-link bracelet, a fancy-link identity bracelet, stamped ‘9ct’, a single ear pendant, a 22ct gold wedding band, a half pearl set bar brooch, and three stick pins, (half pearl untested for origin), first pendant length 3.9cm (9) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

120. A FANCY-LINK FRINGE NECKLACE, possibly by Marius Hammer, designed as a series of bead and wirework quatrefoil panels, suspending a fringe of similar scrolled panel drops from tracelink swags, together with an Arts and Crafts silver and enamel panel bracelet, possibly by James Fenton, hallmarked for Birmingham 1908, and a Norwegian enamel panel brooch, by Marius Hammer, necklace length 44cm (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

121. A 9CT GOLD ROPETWIST-LINK CHAIN, together with a 9ct gold snake-link chain, and a gilt metal fancy-link bracelet, first chain length 46.5cm (3) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 122. A COLLECTION OF CHAIN NECKLACES, comprising a trace-link chain with pearl spacers, (pearls untested for origin), a fancy-link chain, stamped ‘15c’, a 9ct gold fancy-link chain, and a ropetwist-link chain, suspending an initial pendant, first necklace length 78cm (4) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 123. A TOPAZ SINGLE STONE RING, the cushion-shaped mixed-cut topaz of pale whiteish-blue hue, in four claw setting, yellow precious metal mounted, topaz dimensions approximately 22.8mm length x 18.7mm width x 14.8mm depth, ring size K½ £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

124. A 19TH CENTURY ENAMEL AND GEM SET PANEL BRACELET, designed as a series of entwined hoopshaped links with beaded accents, to a shaped rectangular panel clasp, centred with an oval panel decorated with ropetwist wirework, beads and scrolls, enclosing a half pearl and turquoise cabochons, raised above a similarly decorated ground with polychrome enamel foliage and flowerheads, with turquoise cabochon corners, accompanied by a later Harvey & Gore retailer’s case, (half pearl untested for origin), bracelet length 19cm £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

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125. A CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE WITH EMERALD AND DIAMOND SET CLASP, comprising three strands of uniform cultured pearls measuring approximately 6 6.5mm in diameter, to a rectangular panel clasp of pierced and millegrained design, centred with a rectangular step-cut emerald in claw setting, bordered by two rows of cushion-shaped old-cut diamonds, total diamond weight approximately 0.55ct, panel dimensions 1.65cm x 1.55cm, necklace shortest length 45cm Accompanied by an Emerald Report issued by Gemmological Certification Services, stating that the emerald is of Zambian origin, with indications of moderate clarity enhancement (F2), measuring approximately 8.0 x 7.0 x 5.1mm, weighing approximately 3cts, report no. 79234-96, dated 25 September 2019 £2500-3500 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 126

Lot 125 126. A NATURAL PEARL AND DIAMOND STICK PIN, the slightly pear-shaped natural pearl surmounted by a rose-cut diamond set cap, with indistinct mark to pin, length 7.8cm Accompanied by a Pearl Report issued by Gemmological Certification Services, stating that the pearl is of natural saltwater origin, with no indications of treatment, measuring approximately 10.5 x 10.1 x 9.1mm, report no. 79234-97, dated 25 September 2019 £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 127. AN ART NOUVEAU ENAMEL, PEARL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, designed as a sinuous branch issuing two stylised leaves, each heightened with opalescent enamel and channels of graduated rose-cut diamonds, suspending a spray of graduated pearl drops, indistinctly stamped ‘18c’, (pearls untested for origin), width 3.9cm, length 4.1cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

128. A DIAMOND SET SERPENT RING, designed as a coiled serpent, with part textured decoration and single-cut diamond set eyes, yellow precious metal mounted, and an 18ct gold dress ring, first ring size L (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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129. A FANCY-LINK NECKLACE, the trace-link chain spaced by ovoid beads of graduated size, yellow precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, length 84cm £350-450 (plus 27% BP*)

130. A MOONSTONE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the oval cabochon moonstone in collet setting, between tapered shoulders highlighted with rose-cut diamond terminals, white precious metal mounted, ring size L £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 131

131. A VICTORIAN GARNET AND DIAMOND PENDANT, designed as a trio of pear and kidney-shaped cabochon garnets, surmounted by a flowerhead and scrolled foliage of rose-cut diamonds in foiled closed-back settings, below a similarly set bale, glazed verso, gold and silver mounted, with later brooch fitting and trace-link chain, pendant length 4cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

132. A 19TH CENTURY EMERALD AND DIAMOND PANEL RING, the rectangular step-cut emerald in foiled closed-back and pinched collet setting, bordered by cushion-shaped old-cut diamonds in similar settings, between tapered scrolled wirework shoulders, gold and silver mounted, emerald dimensions approximately 9.5mm length x 7.2mm width, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, ring size approximately M £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*)

133. A SET OF THREE DIAMOND STAR BROOCHES, each with graduated rays of old-cut diamonds, spaced by individual similarly cut diamonds in pinched claw settings, two colour precious metal mounted, with later fittings, total diamond weight approximately 4.40ct, lengths 4.2cm and 3.6cm (3) £2000-3000 (plus 27% BP*)

134. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, 18ct two colour gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.45ct, ring size O½ £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

135. AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the rectangular step-cut emerald claw set between two round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct two colour gold mounted, and a synthetic colour change corundum single stone ring, stamped ‘9ct’, first ring size P (2) £120-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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136. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE EAR STUD, the round brilliant-cut diamond in four claw setting, on post fitting, 18ct white gold mounted, diamond weight approximately 0.35ct £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

137. A COLLECTION OF DRESS RINGS, comprising a diamond single stone ring, the round brilliant-cut diamond claw set between single-cut diamond set shoulders, white precious metal mounted, (shank split), a cabochon garnet single stone ring, a wirework decorated band ring, a synthetic colour change corundum single stone ring, two turquoise coloured cabochon dress rings, and two further examples, first ring size approximately L (8) £350-450 (plus 27% BP*)

138. A SMALL COLLECTION OF YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL JEWELLERY, comprising an ankh cross pendant, inset with lapis lazuli, coral corallium rubrum and turquoise coloured cabochons, a similarly set bangle, and a twist design bangle, of hinged oval form, stamped ‘750’, pendant length 4cm (3) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 139. A SAPPHIRE SET BRACELET, of tapered segmented design, applied with a row of circular mixed-cut sapphires in claw settings, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, length 17cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

140. TWO PAIRS OF YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL CUFFLINKS, the first with pierced and textured rectangular panels of abstract design, on hinged baton fittings, the second with oval and navette-shaped panels, on chain-link fittings, monogrammed, first cufflinks panel length 2.1cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 141. A COLLECTION OF DIAMOND AND GEM SET RINGS, comprising an emerald and diamond dress ring, the oval mixed-cut emerald claw set within a border of brilliant, baguette and tapered baguette-cut diamonds, between similarly set openwork shoulders, stamped ‘750’, a sapphire and diamond half hoop ring, 18ct white gold mounted, and a further half hoop ring, stamped ‘18k’, first ring size N½ (3) £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

142. A LEOPARD’S HEAD BANGLE, designed as two leopard’s heads enclosing a central hoop, with circular-cut green stone eyes and spotted black enamel decoration, inner diameter 6cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

143. A TOURMALINE PENDANT NECKLACE, circa 1970, the green tourmaline crystal encased by a branch-effect mount of textured abstract design, with hinged bale, suspended from a 9ct gold abstract paper-link chain of conforming design by Sannit & Stein, hallmarked for London 1971, pendant length 8.8cm, chain length 74cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 145

Lot 144

144. AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the scroll decorated hoop set with graduated rectangular step-cut emeralds and old brilliant-cut diamonds, spaced by rose-cut diamond points, yellow precious metal mounted, (one point deficient), total diamond weight approximately 0.45ct, ring size L½ £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 145. A GARNET COLLAR NECKLACE, comprising a line of graduated oval cabochon garnets in foiled closed-back settings, edged with ropetwist wirework, on a double strand trace-link back chain, accompanied by a matched single ear clip, with screw back fitting, necklace length 34cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

146. THREE GEM SET BRACELETS, comprising an amethyst and opal line bracelet, stamped ‘9ct’, a coral corallium rubrum bead and cultured pearl bracelet, with wirework cage links, stamped ‘9 .375’, and an opal and simulated opal set bracelet, of curb-link design, stamped ‘9c’, first bracelet length 17.5cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 147. AN AMETHYST SET BRACELET, designed as a line of openwork oval panels centred with mixed-cut amethysts, spaced by gate links, with padlock clasp stamped ‘9ct’, length 18cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

148. THREE DIAMOND SET RINGS, comprising a diamond flowerhead cluster ring, set with graduated old-cut diamonds, stamped ‘18ct’, a late Victorian diamond three stone ring, gypsy set with graduated old-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, hallmarked for Birmingham 1890, and a similar diamond single stone ring, first ring size Q½ (3) £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

149. AN AMETHYST AND DIAMOND SET BOW BROOCH, the foliate engraved ribbon bow centred with a circular mixed-cut amethyst and channels of single-cut diamonds, suspending a swivel clasp, together with a ruby and diamond five stone ring, and an opal and diamond half hoop ring, 18ct gold mounted, brooch width 3.55cm (3) £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

150. TWO GEM SET BROOCHES, the first modelled as a ribbon spray of cultured pearls, circular mixed-cut sapphires and single and rose-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, (two cultured pearls deficient), the second modelled as a foliate spray of turquoise coloured cabochons and half pearls, (half pearls untested for origin), lengths 4.7cm and 3.9cm respectively (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 155 151. A 19TH CENTURY GARNET SET BRACELET, designed as a series of graduated circular and pear-shaped garnets in foiled closed-back settings, to a similarly set oval-cut garnet clasp, with belcher-link extension chain, (possibly later shortened, one stone deficient), length 18.5cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*) 152. A 19TH CENTURY VARI GEM-SET LOCKET BROOCH, centred with a cushion-shaped glazed compartment, bordered by a row of vari-coloured circularcut gemstones in pinched collet and foiled closed-back settings, to include topaz, garnet and amethyst, length 2.9cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 153. A GARNET SINGLE STONE BROOCH, the oval cabochon garnet in foiled closed-back setting, with ropetwist wirework borders, stamped ‘15ct’, length 2.8cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 154. A 19TH CENTURY GARNET PANEL BROOCH, modelled as a lyre, set with channels of cushion-shaped mixed-cut garnets in foiled closed-back settings, length 2.7cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

155. A GEORGE III CAMEO MEMORIAL RING, the oval hardstone cameo carved to depict a funerary urn, with verso memorial inscription dated 1776, (shank replaced), cameo length 2.2cm, ring size N £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

156. A GEORGE III MEMORIAL BAND RING, inscribed ‘M Bond Ob 26 Apr 1775 AET 87’ to a black enamel ground, ring size N½ £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 157

Lot 158 157. A 19TH CENTURY TOPAZ AND EMERALD SET PANEL BRACELET, centred with a scrolled openwork panel with an oval mixed-cut pink topaz bordered by four cushion-shaped emeralds, on a fancy-link bracelet, engraved throughout with foliate scrolls, length 17.5cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

158. A 19TH CENTURY RUBY AND DIAMOND PANEL RING, modelled as a crowned heart, centred with a pear-shaped ruby bordered by rose-cut diamonds, surmounted by a similarly cut diamond set coronet, on a foliate scroll engraved hoop, ring size L½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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159. TWO 19TH CENTURY PANEL BROOCHES, the first centred with an oval mixed-cut citrine, to a beaded cannetille work panel, (later fitting), the second centred with an agate cabochon in closed-back setting, to a foliate cannetille work panel with white stone accents, (later fittings), each brooch length 2.5cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 160

Lot 161

160. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, comprising a 19th century micromosaic panel brooch, the oval panel depicting two doves on a spray of white flowerheads, with bead and ropetwist wirework borders, (later fittings), an oval shell cameo brooch, with foliate engraved border, a circular locket pendant, initialled, a pair of 9ct gold mounted lorgnettes, cased by Mappin & Webb Ltd, and three further items, first brooch length 3.5cm (7) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 161. A VICTORIAN PANEL BROOCH, the engraved and scalloped panel centred with an oval bead bordered by ropetwist wirework, glazed verso, stamped ‘15ct’, (later pin), length 3.3cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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162. A CULTURED PEARL AND ENAMEL NECKLACE, the trace-link chain spaced by pairs of cultured pearls and blue enamel collars, signed Magie and stamped ‘750’, length 43cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 163. A DIAMOND SET DRESS RING, the openwork abstract band highlighted with graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in collet settings, 18ct white gold mounted, maker’s mark JDL, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size T½ £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 164. A DIAMOND SET DRESS RING, the tapered band applied with a lattice of graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds within ropetwist borders, 18ct gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, ring size M £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

165. A PAIR OF DIAMOND SET EAR STUDS BY DAVID THOMAS, each designed as an abstract wirework cluster, highlighted with scatter set round brilliant-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, on post fittings, one ear stud signed, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, diameter 2.1cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

166. A RUBY AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, designed as a target cluster of round brilliant and single-cut diamonds spaced by circular mixed-cut rubies, in tiered claw setting, 18ct white gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, ring size P £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 167. A TOPAZ AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval mixed-cut topaz of brownish-yellow hue, collet set within a border of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct two colour gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, ring size M £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

168. AN OPAL AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval cabochon opal in claw setting, bordered by round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct two colour gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size N½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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169. A SAPPHIRE AND HALF PEARL SET BRACELET, of curb-link design, spaced with trios of oval cabochon sapphires and half pearls, stamped ‘15’, (half pearls untested for origin), length 18.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

173. A DIAMOND SET JABOT PIN, modelled as an arrow, the tip and fletching with millegrain set rosecut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, length 6.3cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

171. A DIAMOND FLOWERHEAD CLUSTER RING, the principal old brilliant-cut diamond claw set within a border of smaller old brilliant and brilliant-cut diamonds, between millegrained shoulders of single-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘Plat 18’, total diamond weight approximately 0.65ct, ring size O £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

175. A PAIR OF OPAL AND DIAMOND CLUSTER EAR STUDS, each centred with a circular cabochon opal in claw setting, bordered by single-cut diamonds, on post fittings, 18ct white gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, diameter 1.05cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

170. A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER EAR STUDS, designed as flowerhead clusters of circular mixed-cut sapphires and single-cut diamonds in claw settings, on post fittings, 18ct white gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, diameter 0.95cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

172. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, designed as a flowerhead cluster of round brilliant-cut diamonds and circular mixed-cut sapphires, 18ct white gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.16ct, ring size N½ £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

174. A PAIR OF DIAMOND CLIP BROOCHES/EARRINGS, each stepped openwork panel with channels of graduated old and single-cut diamonds, on hinged clips, with detachable earring post fittings, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, length 1.6cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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176. A DIAMOND FULL HOOP ETERNITY RING, grain set throughout with single-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, ring size M £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

177. A CORAL SINGLE STONE RING, the oval coral corallium rubrum cabochon collet set within a ropetwist border, yellow precious metal mounted, together with a pair of similarly set earrings, on wire and hinged clip fittings, stamped ‘750’, a cabochon emerald single stone ring, 9ct gold mounted, a cabochon garnet single stone ring, 9ct gold mounted, an emerald three stone dress ring, with French eagle’s head control mark and lozenge-shaped maker’s mark, and two further rings, first ring size O (8) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 178. A PAIR OF 9CT GOLD KNOT EAR STUDS BY UNOAERRE, with post and hinged clip fittings, a further pair of 9ct gold knot ear studs, and a pair of 18ct gold shaped panel ear studs, first ear studs length 2.2cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

179. A DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, the line of round brilliant-cut diamonds in grain setting, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, together with a cultured pearl and diamond dress ring, stamped ‘750 18K’, and a twist band ring, stamped ‘22ct Plat’, first ring size L (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 180. A RUBY AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, channel set with a line of alternate round brilliant-cut diamonds and circular mixed-cut rubies, stamped ‘750’, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size Q £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

181. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising two cultured pearl single strand necklaces, a freshwater pearl single strand necklace, a pair of mabe pearl ear studs, a pair of cultured pearl ear studs, and three further pairs of earrings (8) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

182. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a pair of diamond and gem set earrings, adapted with later screw-back fittings, a diamond set dress ring, two synthetic colour change corundum single stone rings, and a further dress ring, earrings length 2.3cm (5) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 183. A CORAL BROOCH, designed as a tiered spray of carved coral corallium rubrum flowerheads, fruits and foliage, suspending a similarly carved drop, gilt metal mounted, width 9cm £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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184. A 9CT GOLD IDENTITY BRACELET, with shaped rectangular panel and curb links, inscribed, length 20.5cm £200-250 (plus 27% BP*)

185. A LATE VICTORIAN ENAMEL AND SEED PEARL MEMORIAL RING, the oval black enamel panel inlaid with a seed pearl set floral spray, glazed verso, between tapered black enamel decorated shoulders, 15ct gold mounted, hallmarked for Birmingham 1900, together with a Victorian onyx and black enamel panel brooch, with foliate scroll decoration, ring size N (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 186. AN AMBER BEAD NECKLACE, the single strand of slightly graduated beads measuring approximately 12.5mm to 15.5mm in length, (amber untested for origin and treatments), length 48cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 187. AN AMBER BEAD NECKLACE, the continuous single strand of graduated amber beads measuring approximately 13mm to 24.5mm in length, (amber untested for origin and treatments), length 68cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 188. A 9CT GOLD FANCY-LINK BRACELET, the openwork hoop-shaped links of textured design, length 19.5cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

189. A THREE COLOUR PRECIOUS METAL FANCYLINK COLLAR NECKLACE AND BRACELET SUITE, of part-textured brick-link design, stamped ‘750’, lengths 42cm and 19cm respectively (2) £800-1000 (plus 27% BP*) 190. A FLORAL SPRAY BROOCH, the textured foliate spray issuing a carved white flowerhead, with garnet and turquoise accents, length 4.3cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

191. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, the scroll engraved hoop set with three oval mixed-cut sapphires, spaced by pairs of old-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, together with a sapphire and diamond three stone ring, stamped ‘18ct & Pt’, first ring size P (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

192. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct Plat’, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, ring size O £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

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193. A RUBY AND DIAMOND FLORAL SPRAY BROOCH, circa 1940-45, designed as two stylized flowerheads, each centred with a cluster of circular mixed-cut rubies and round brilliant-cut diamonds, above a tied ribbon and stem of graduated further rubies, and channels of brilliant and single-cut diamonds, on a double pin fitting, three colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, length 7.3cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

194. A DIAMOND SET SPRAY BROOCH, circa 1940-45, modelled as a stylized foliate spray of rectangular step-cut green pastes and clusters of circularcut diamonds, issued from a scrolled ribbon with channels of graduated single-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct La Vogue’, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, length 8cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 195. A RUBY, EMERALD AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, modelled as a stylized flowerhead cluster of circular mixed-cut rubies and emeralds enclosing a single-cut diamond, within a similarly cut diamond set scalloped border, two colour precious metal mounted, ring size U½ £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

196. A PAIR OF SYNTHETIC SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS, circa 1940-45, each designed as a stylized foliate spray of oval mixed-cut synthetic sapphires, with a loosely tied ribbon of graduated round brilliant and single-cut diamonds, on hinged clip fittings, three colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, length 4cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 197. A VICTORIAN CORAL AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE, the circular cabochon coral pendant applied with a row of cushion-shaped oldcut diamonds, with ropetwist wirework border and glazed verso, suspending a similarly set graduated tassel drop, on a double strand belcher-link chain with foliate scroll engraved spacers, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, pendant length 7.2cm (see front cover illustration) £800-1000 (plus 27% BP*)

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198. A DIAMOND PANEL BRACELET, circa 1915-25, designed as a series of rectangular panels of openwork geometric design, each centred with an old brilliant-cut diamond in millegrain collet setting, bordered by channels of smaller old and single-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, largest diamond weight approximately 0.85ct, total diamond weight approximately 10ct, length 15.5cm £6000-8000 (plus 27% BP*)

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199. AN ART DECO DIAMOND DOUBLE CLIP BROOCH, each scrolling openwork panel issuing a stylised spray of graduated baguette, round brilliant and singlecut diamonds, bordered by pavé set channels of further similarly cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, with double pin fittings and detachable brooch frame, in fitted Garrard & Co. Ltd. case, (one diamond deficient), total diamond weight approximately 7ct, total length 6.5cm £4000-6000 (plus 27% BP*)

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200. A PAIR OF ART DECO DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS/CLIP BROOCHES, each modelled as a stylised scrolled ribbon of graduated baguette, round brilliant and single-cut diamonds, suspending a detachable and articulated triple row drop of further baguette and brilliant-cut diamonds, on hinged clip fittings, accompanied by an additional brooch frame, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 3.80ct, width when mounted as a brooch 3.7cm, length 4.1cm £3000-4000 (plus 27% BP*)

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201. A VICTORIAN ENAMEL AND DIAMOND SET SERPENT BANGLE, designed as a coiled blue enamel serpent of hinged form, his head applied with a tiered channel of graduated pear and cushion-shaped old-cut diamonds, with lasque-cut diamond tipped claw settings, and cabochon red stone eyes edged with rose-cut diamonds, gold and silver mounted, largest pear-shaped diamond dimensions approximately 9.5mm length x 6.9mm width x 4.1mm depth, total weight of old-cut diamonds approximately 3.10ct, inner diameter 5.2cm £3000-5000 (plus 27% BP*)

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202. AN ENAMEL ‘PAILLONNE’ BANGLE-BRACELET DESIGNED BY JEAN SCHLUMBERGER FOR TIFFANY & CO., of segmented design, applied with fluted conical beads, chevrons and bands to a green enamel ground, signed TIFFANY, SCHLUMBERGER and inscribed ‘MADE IN FRANCE’, with French lozenge-shaped maker’s mark and Mercury export marks to clasp, inner diameter 5.8cm £10000-15000 (plus 27% BP*)

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203. A 9CT GOLD JARRETIÈRE BRACELET, designed as a brick-link belt, with foliate scroll engraved buckle and clasp, maker’s mark DJE, length 18cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 204. A LAPIS LAZULI SINGLE STONE RING, the cushion-shaped lapis lazuli cabochon to a floral and foliate decorated tapered mount, stamped ‘585’ with Austrian gold mark, ring size S½ £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

205. A PAIR OF LAPIS LAZULI CUFFLINKS, each circular lapis lazuli panel inset to an abstract textured mount, on hinged baton fittings, stamped ‘585’ with Continental marks, panel diameter 1.9cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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206. A CORAL, ONYX AND DIAMOND CLUSTER DRESS RING, centred with an oval coral corallium rubrum cabochon framed by round brilliant-cut diamonds, within a fluted black onyx border, above a scroll decorated gallery, 18ct gold mounted, ring size N½ £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

207. A DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, designed as a wavy cluster of graduated round brilliantcut diamonds, yellow precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, total diamond weight approximately 1.30ct, ring size U½ £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

208. A LADY’S DIAMOND SET BRACELET WATCH BY OMEGA, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, bordered by a round brilliant-cut diamond set bezel, with faceted glass and rear mounted crown, on a tapered bracelet, 18ct white gold mounted, hallmarked for London 1964, dial, case and bracelet signed, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, case width 1.55cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

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209. A DIAMOND SET ‘HAPPY SPORT XL ANIMAL WORLD’ LIMITED EDITION WRISTWATCH BY CHOPARD, the circular mother of pearl dial depicting a polar bear on an ice floe, the bear pavé set with diamonds of white, black and pink tint, framed by a trio of floating round brilliant-cut diamonds, in an 18ct white gold case with round brilliant-cut diamond set bezel and crown, numbered 1597373 1269 and 09/25, to a quartz movement and silvered strap with 18ct white gold buckle, the dial, case, strap and buckle signed, accompanied by maker’s box and Certificate of Origin dated 1 January 2011, (black and pink tinted diamonds untested for natural colour), case width 4.1cm £3000-5000 (plus 27% BP*)


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210. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH BY TUDOR, the oval dial with baton markers, to a jewelled manual wind movement and tapered bracelet, case numbered 000715 058707, dial, case and bracelet signed, together with a lady’s 9ct gold bracelet watch by Tissot, of similar design, first watch case width 1.7cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

211. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH BY TISSOT, the oval dial with baton markers, to a quartz movement and tapered bracelet, case numbered 15 14022 1061, dial, movement, case and bracelet signed, case width 1.75cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

212. A LADY’S 18CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH BY JAEGER-LECOULTRE, the circular silvered dial with gilt baton markers, to a jewelled manual movement, the case numbered 1059102, on a tapered chevron-link bracelet, with London import marks for 1966, dial, movement, case and bracelet signed, case and bracelet also signed DTE, case width 1.75cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 213. A DIAMOND PANEL RING, modelled as a flowerhead of round brilliant and single-cut diamonds, 18ct two colour gold mounted, and an Arts and Crafts style panel ring, set with vari-coloured stones and a cultured pearl in abstract formation, spaced by leaves and wirework scrolls, stamped ‘333’, ring sizes L and M½ respectively (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

214. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH BY OMEGA, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, to a jewelled manual wind calibre 483 movement, on a multi-strand plaited-link bracelet, dial, movement and case signed, case numbered 76680, case width 1.7cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 215. A TRAVEL CLOCK BY JAEGER-LECOULTRE, the rectangular dial with gilt Arabic numerals and baton markers, to a manual wind movement and green folding case, and a desk clock by Raymond Weil, in maker’s box, first clock dial length 5.25cm (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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216. A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH, the circular white dial with Roman numerals, to a jewelled manual wind movement, the case stamped ‘14k 0,585’, movement and case signed Concord Watch Co, the dial and strap bearing Cartier signature, case width 3.2cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 217. A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY RAYMOND WEIL, the circular dial with Roman numerals, outer scale 0-60 and date display, to an ETA quartz movement, the gilt case numbered A185621 and 9155, case width 3.6cm £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

218. A ‘TANK’ WRISTWATCH BY MUST DE CARTIER, the rectangular dial featuring two columns of Roman numerals, to a quartz movement, the silver-gilt case numbered 77592 6 81006, on a leather strap, dial, case and strap signed, case width 2.3cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

219. A LADY’S WRISTWATCH BY MUST DE CARTIER, the circular white dial with Roman numerals and tri-colour detail, to a quartz movement, the silver-gilt case numbered 084533 590003, on a black leather strap with foldover buckle, dial, case and buckle signed, case width 3cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 220. A LADY’S WRISTWATCH BY MUST DE CARTIER, the circular black dial with gilt Roman numeral quarters and diamond-shaped markers, to a quartz movement, the silver-gilt case with reeded shoulders, numbered 062103 590002, on a black leather strap, dial and case signed, case width 2.4cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 221. A ‘TANK’ WRISTWATCH BY MUST DE CARTIER, the rectangular black dial with gilt Roman numeral quarters and diamond-shaped markers, to a quartz movement, the silver-gilt case numbered 54518 590005, on a black leather strap with foldover buckle, dial, case, strap and buckle signed, case width 2.3cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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222. AN OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY ETERNA, the circular dial with stylised Arabic numerals and subsidiary dial, to a keyless wind movement and white metal case with Swiss marks, movement numbered 2409301, case numbered 2271405, dial, movement and case signed, together with a gentleman’s stainless steel wristwatch by Roamer, a pair of white metal cufflinks, and assorted dress studs, buttons etc, first watch case diameter 4.6cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

223. A VICTORIAN SILVER OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY J W BENSON, with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the case hallmarked for London 1879, the movement and case numbered 33484, dial, movement and case signed, (glass loose), together with a white metal open face pocket watch, the dial signed Favre-Leuba & Co, a gilt metal open face pocket watch, the dial signed Waltham, and four further open face pocket watches, first watch case diameter 4.8cm (7) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 224. A VICTORIAN SILVER PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals, to a verge movement signed M Ketterer, Portsea, numbered 19017, the cases hallmarked for London 1844, together with a silver open face pocket watch, and two further pocket watches, first watch outer case diameter 5.7cm (4) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 225. A 9CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind movement and Dennison case, numbered 277022, with presentation inscription to case back, case width 4.8cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

226. A COLLECTION OF WATCHES, comprising a pendant fob watch, with maroon enamel case and brooch surmount, a 9ct gold open face fob watch, a similar example, stamped ‘9ct’, and a 9ct gold cased lady’s bracelet watch, first watch case diameter 2.5cm (4) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 227. A SILVER HALF HUNTER POCKET WATCH, the circular white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind movement signed Vacheron, the case with black enamel chapter ring, signed V&C for Vacheron & Constantin and numbered 106066 and 106067, with London import marks for 1912, the dust cover with Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd retailer’s inscription, case diameter 4.6cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

228. A GILT METAL HUNTER FOB WATCH BY ELGIN, the circular dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a key less wind movement numbered 11195129, case numbered 5564642, inscribed to dust cover, dial and movement signed, (glass deficient), together with a gilt metal open face pocket watch, the dial signed Garrard, inscribed to case back, first watch case diameter 3.5cm (2) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

230. A LARGE COLLECTION OF POCKET WATCHES, various dates and makers (qty) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 231. A LARGE COLLECTION OF POCKET WATCHES, various dates and makers (qty) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 232. A LADY’S ‘CONQUEST’ BRACELET WATCH BY LONGINES, the circular dial with baton markers and date display at 3, to a quartz movement, with bi-colour case and bracelet, case numbered 21730037, together with a similar lady’s bracelet watch by Gucci, first watch case width 2.4cm (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 233. AN OPEN FACE FOB WATCH, the circular engraved gilt dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a key wind movement, the case engraved with flowerheads, foliate scrolls and vacant cartouche, stamped ‘18k’, together with an 18ct gold half hunter fob watch, adapted as a wristwatch with later added expanding-link bracelet, first watch case diameter 3.8cm (2) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

234. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER WATCHES, comprising a George III silver pair case pocket watch, the key wind verge movement signed Pitt & Goate, London, the cases hallmarked for London 1812, a Victorian silver open face pocket watch by John Forrest, London, a silver half hunter pocket watch by Kendal & Dent, London, two open face pocket watches, a lady’s 9ct gold bracelet watch signed Alpina, and a lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, with gilt metal bracelet, together with a compass, first watch case diameter 5.3cm (8) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 235. A LADY’S BRACELET WATCH BY BAUME & MERCIER, the circular signed silvered dial with bead markers, to a tapered articulated bi-colour bracelet, case width 2.05cm £40-60 (plus 27% BP*)

236. A GILT METAL PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the circular white dial with outer scale and three subsidiary dials, to a key wind verge movement signed Alex’r Cambell, Strand, London, numbered 149, the inner case with maker’s mark WH, case diameter 5.3cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 237. A GILT METAL PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the circular white dial with Arabic numerals, to a key wind verge movement signed J’n Hallifax, London, numbered 2444, the outer case decorated with an urn motif in oval cartouche, with floral and foliate borders, together with a silver pair case pocket watch, the circular white dial with Roman numerals, to a key wind verge movement numbered 9777, hallmarked for London 1830, case maker’s mark SB, and two silver open face pocket watches, first watch case diameter 5.3cm (4) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

229. A LARGE COLLECTION OF POCKET WATCHES, various dates and makers (qty) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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238. AN 18CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH BY PATEK PHILIPPE, the cushion-shaped gilt dial with Roman numerals, to a calibre 215 jewelled manual wind movement numbered 1324220, in case with shaped octagonal profile, numbered 2764987, ref. 3729 1, on a tapered and articulated tubular-link bracelet, dial, movement, case and bracelet signed, case and bracelet with Swiss gold marks and 18ct gold convention marks, in maker’s box, case width 3.1cm £3000-5000 (plus 27% BP*)

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239. A GENTLEMAN’S AUTOMATIC CALENDAR ‘DATEJUST TURN-O-GRAPH’ WRISTWATCH BY ROLEX, circa 1995, the circular white dial with silvered Roman numerals, magnified date display at 3 and centre seconds hand, to a calibre 3135 automatic movement numbered 7161169, the stainless steel case with rotating white metal bezel, on a later stainless steel Jubilee link bracelet, model ref. 16264, serial no. W580832, bracelet ref. RS12 62510H, dial, case, movement and bracelet signed, with maker’s box and purchase guarantee dated 8 May 1996, bezel width 3.6cm Accompanied by an International Service Guarantee card issued by Rolex, dated 31 July 2015, and an associated Rolex service receipt issued to Robert Gatward Jewellers of Windsor. Also accompanied by a Rolex service receipt, dated 30 November 2015, for bracelet and case back, two further International Service Guarantee cards issued by Rolex, dated 16 April 2008 and 26 January 2005 respectively, and a Service Guarantee issued by Rolex, dated 3 December 2001. £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

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240. A HUNTER FOB WATCH BY LONGINES, with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind ¾ plate movement and engine-turned case with foliate cartouche, initialled, the case stamped ‘0,585’ and inscribed Grand Prix Paris 1900, the movement and case numbered 1889245, dial, movement and case signed, suspending a curb-link Albert chain, with T-bar and hardstone swivel fob suspensions, stamped ‘9 .375’, together with a half sovereign pendant, the Victoria half sovereign dated 1901, loose mounted in a 9ct gold scroll decorated frame, watch case diameter 2.95cm (3) £350-450 (plus 27% BP*)

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241. A COLLECTION OF POCKET WATCHES, to include two silver open face pocket watches by J W Benson, each with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, an Edwardian silver open face pocket watch, the dial signed W H Jago, two gilt metal half hunter pocket watches, and five further examples, together with a silver graduated curb-link Albert chain (11) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 242. TWO DIAMOND SET COCKTAIL WATCHES, the first with a shaped silvered dial and Arabic numerals, to a millegrained case of fancy-cut synthetic sapphires and single-cut diamonds, on a black fabric strap, the second a rectangular silvered dial and single-cut diamond set case, first watch case width 1.4cm (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

243. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD ‘REVUE’ BRACELET WATCH BY VERTEX, the circular silvered dial with alternated Arabic numerals and arrowhead markers, to a jewelled manual wind movement, case numbered 87818 29043, on a fancy-link bracelet, the dial, movement and case signed, in maker’s box, case diameter 2.1cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

244. A LADY’S DIAMOND SET COCKTAIL WATCH, the oval silvered dial with Arabic numerals, bordered by single-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, together with a lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, the dial signed Avia, first watch total diamond weight approximately 0.60ct, case length 2.6cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

245. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC CALENDAR ‘SUBMARINER’ WRISTWATCH BY ROLEX, circa 1978, the circular black dial with luminous dot markers and quarter batons, magnified date display at 3 and centre seconds hand, to a calibre 1570 automatic movement numbered D298488, the stainless steel case with black bezel insert, on a later Oyster link bracelet, model ref. 1680, serial no. 5447672, case ref. 5512, bracelet ref. 93150 LT12, dial, case, movement and bracelet signed, bezel width 3.9cm Accompanied by maker’s box and a previously worn Oyster link bracelet, ref. 93150 S T8. £4000-6000 (plus 27% BP*)

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246. A GEORGE III 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals, to a key wind verge movement numbered 19790, the engine-turned case hallmarked for London 1818, maker’s mark WR, case diameter 4.4cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

247. AN OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY LONGINES, the circular dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a jewelled keyless wind movement numbered 2042126, the foliate scroll decorated Keystone gilt metal case numbered 5061199, dial and movement signed, case diameter 4.7cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 248. AN OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a key wind movement, the engine-turned case inscribed Alex’r Levy, Eton and numbered 2714, together with an open face fob watch, the circular dial with Roman numerals and floral decorated border, signed Boyd & Co, to a profusely engraved case stamped ‘14k’, with Swiss squirrel gold mark, first watch case diameter 4.6cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

249. A 19TH CENTURY OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Arabic numerals, to a key wind movement, dial and case signed Ts Roi Courvoisier & Comp’e, the case with engine-turned decoration, stamped ‘18K’ and numbered 5030 873I, case diameter 5.1cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

250. AN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY VINER, the circular signed dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keywind movement signed Viner, 19 Sackville Street, London, the engine-turned case hallmarked for London 1858, maker’s mark AS, movement and case numbered 4941, case diameter 4.8cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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251. AN ENAMEL HUNTER FOB WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals, to a keyless wind movement, the floral and foliate scroll decorated case heightened with red, green and yellow enamel thistles, stamped ‘14k’ with Swiss squirrel mark, numbered 92415, monogrammed, (winder deficient), case diameter 3.1cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 252. A 9CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds hand, to a keyless wind movement numbered 439809, with detachable metal dust cover, the case hallmarked for Chester 1913, monogrammed, case diameter 4.9cm £200-250 (plus 27% BP*)

253. A 9CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind movement, the Dennison case hallmarked for Birmingham 1920, numbered 213024, with inscription to case back dated 1923, case diameter 5cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 254. A VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind ¾ plate movement, the engine-turned case hallmarked for London 1872 and numbered 65915, case diameter 4.6cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

255. A LATE VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind ¾ plate movement signed R S Rowell, Oxford and numbered 144908, the case hallmarked for Birmingham 1898, inscribed to dust cover ‘Presented to Tom Baker by H. P. Mallam, in recognition of eighteen years faithful service, 13 June 1901’, monogrammed to case back ‘TB’, case diameter 5cm

It is likely that this watch was presented by Henry Parr Mallam (1838 1906), who is listed in the 1901 census as a surgeon and widower residing at 91 High Street, Oxford, with three daughters and four servants. Mallam served as President of the Oxford branch of the British Medical Association and Medical Officer to the workhouse and Poor-law schools. H. P. Mallam’s forebears include Thomas Mallam, who served as Mayor of Oxford from 1839-40 and 1846-47 and Richard Mallam, who founded Mallam auctioneers and estate agents at St Aldate’s, Oxford in 1788. £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 256. A HUNTER FOB WATCH, the circular white dial with Roman numerals, to a keyless wind movement, the engine-turned case stamped ‘K18’ and numbered 6610, with initialled foliate scroll cartouche to cover, heightened with black enamel, case diameter 3.3cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 260 257. A 19TH CENTURY ENAMEL OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular silvered dial with Roman numerals, floral engraved decoration and blued steel hands, to a key wind movement, the case back decorated with a black enamel hunting scene, with Geneva gold watch mark and lozenge-shaped maker’s mark, stamped ‘750’ and numbered 5615, together with a goliath open face pocket watch in travel case, first watch case diameter 4.5cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 258. A 9CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular silvered dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind movement, the case numbered 213592, with London import marks, on a curb-link chain stamped ‘9ct’, watch case diameter 4.5cm (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 259. A VICTORIAN SILVER PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals, to a verge movement signed Geo Wenham, Watton, hallmarked for London 1847, movement and case numbered 22098, together with a goliath pocket watch, two open face pocket watches, and two watch chains, first watch outer case diameter 5.5cm (6) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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260. A GEORGE III SILVER PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals and outer scale 060, to a key wind verge movement signed Ch’ Wood, Bristol, hallmarked for London 1774, the movement and inner case numbered 3943, monogrammed to case back, and a further pair case pocket watch, first watch case diameter 4.7cm (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 261. A GEORGE III SILVER PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Arabic numerals, to a key wind verge movement signed Bradford London, numbered 2965, together with a George IV silver pair case pocket watch, and two further examples, first watch case diameter 5.1cm (4) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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262. A GEORGE III SILVER-GILT PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals, to a key wind movement signed Sarah Smith, London and numbered 1819, the inner and outer cases hallmarked for London 1795, maker’s mark RG, (glass deficient), outer case diameter 4.75cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

263. A GEORGE III 18CT GOLD PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a key wind movement signed Rich’ Powis, London, numbered 8117, the inner and outer cases hallmarked for London 1813, maker’s mark SB, inner case numbered 873, outer case diameter 5.3cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*) 264. A GILT PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Arabic numerals, to a key wind verge movement signed E Bayley, London, numbered 1460, outer case diameter 4.8cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

265. AN 18TH CENTURY PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals, outer scale 0-60 and scroll pierced hands, to a key wind verge movement signed I. Herring London and numbered 1316, the silver-gilt inner case with maker’s mark WB, the possibly associated outer case embossed with a classical figural scene bordered by flowerheads, foliage and scrolls, outer case diameter 4.8cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 266. A LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY LOUIS DELAMARE, the circular dial with Roman numerals and outer scale 0-60, to a key wind verge movement numbered 330, dial and movement signed, the case numbered 6929, (glass deficient), case diameter 4.5cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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267. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC CALENDAR ‘DATE’ WATCH HEAD BY ROLEX, circa 1974, the circular silvered dial with gilt baton markers, magnified date display at 3 and centre seconds hand, to a calibre 1570 automatic movement numbered D610969, model ref. 1500, serial no. 3717387, dial, case and movement signed, case width 3.4cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 268. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, date display and centre seconds hand, to a calibre 565 automatic movement numbered 27249119, the case numbered 166.041, dial, movement and case signed, on an unassociated expanding-link bracelet, together with a further wristwatch by Omega, a 9ct gold cased wristwatch, with dial signed Omer, and two further wristwatches, first watch case width 3.4cm (5) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 269. A BI-COLOUR ‘POLARIS SEAMASTER’ WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular black dial with dot markers and digital display, to an ETA movement numbered 988.432, the stainless steel case with yellow metal inlay, numbered 386 0822.1, the bracelet with foldover clasp and yellow metal logo, numbered 1455/448/2, dial, case, crown and bracelet signed, together with a further wristwatch, first watch case width 3.15cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

270. TWO EDWARDIAN 9CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCHES, each with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and keyless wind movement, hallmarked for Birmingham 1907 and London 1908 respectively, largest watch case diameter 4.8cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

271. TWO GILT METAL OPEN FACE POCKET WATCHES BY WALTHAM, each with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and keyless wind movement, the first with movement numbered 11399185 and case numbered 1329277, the second with movement numbered 27137162 and Dennison case numbered 168960, inscribed to dust cover, accompanied by a gilt metal Albert chain, first watch case diameter 5cm (3) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

272. A VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD HUNTER POCKET WATCH, the circular white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a key wind ¾ plate movement numbered 16782, the case with vacant cartouche, hallmarked for London 1871, maker’s mark CG, (glass deficient), case diameter 4.85cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

273. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising an opal and diamond set bracelet, stamped ‘14k 585’, a sapphire and diamond set band ring, 9ct gold mounted, three 9ct gold bangles, a 9ct gold band ring, and three further rings, bracelet length 16cm (9) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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274. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a ‘Tara’ panel brooch, stamped ‘14 .585’, a similar white metal brooch, a white metal charm bracelet, and a figural pendant, first brooch length 5.1cm (4) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 275. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE PENDANT, the round brilliant-cut diamond in four claw setting, yellow precious metal mounted, together with a pair of 9ct gold and mabe pearl ear studs, with post and hinged clip fittings, a pair of cabochon garnet ear studs, and a pair of 9ct gold knot ear studs, pendant diamond weight approximately 0.25ct (4) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

276. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a cluster pendant, highlighted with turquoise coloured cabochons, on a curb-link chain stamped ‘18k’, a rose quartz set brooch, and a silver and enamel dragonfly brooch, (pin deficient), pendant length 4.15cm (3) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 277. A COLLECTION OF WATCHES AND JEWELLERY, to include a gentleman’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch by Smiths, with presentation inscription to case back, a lady’s 9ct gold cased watch head, a further wristwatch, two open face fob watches, a fancy ropetwist and bead-link Albert chain, and assorted further items, first watch case diameter 3.2cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 278. A LADY’S ‘SEAMASTER LADYMATIC’ WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular dial with baton markers and arrowhead quarters, to a calibre 455 automatic movement numbered 17839010, the 18ct gold case with London import marks for 1961, dial, movement and case signed, on an unassociated leather strap, (winder deficient), case width 2.5cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

279. A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY AUTORIST, the rectangular silvered dial with luminous Arabic numerals, to a jewelled self-winding movement numbered 2779, the white metal case stamped ‘Nickel Chrome’, dial and movement signed, case width 2.2cm

The Autorist wristwatch was released in 1931, using an automatic movement invented by the British watchmaker John Harwood, in a joint venture with Fortis and A. Schild. The movement is wound by the expansion and contraction of the wrist via hinged shoulder lugs at 6 o’clock, with an approximate production run of between 5,000 to 6,000 timepieces. £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 280. A 9CT GOLD CASED WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a jewelled manual wind movement, numbered 5333671, the Dennison case hallmarked for Birmingham 1924, numbered 276626, dial and movement signed, (winder deficient), together with a lady’s 15ct gold watch head by Rolex, the case with London import marks for 1913, numbered 561506, movement and case signed, inscribed to case back, a 9ct gold cased wristwatch, also inscribed to case back, and a further wristwatch, first watch case diameter 3.1cm (4) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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281. AN OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY TIFFANY & CO., the circular gilt dial with blue stylised Arabic numerals, to a keyless wind movement, the plain polished case stamped ‘18k’, movement and case signed Tiffany & Co. and numbered 82091, case diameter 4.6cm £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

282. A HALF HUNTER FOB WATCH, the circular white dial with Roman numerals, to a keyless wind movement, the case with pink and blue enamel chapter ring, stamped ‘18k’ and numbered 144279, monogrammed, together with a green enamel open face fob watch, first watch case diameter 3.1cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 283. A FRENCH DIAMOND SET OPEN FACE FOB WATCH, the circular white dial with Arabic numerals, to a keyless wind movement, the two colour case decorated with floral garlands and a rose-cut diamond set lyre, with French horse’s head guarantee mark, numbered 14768, suspended from a floral cartouche brooch mount, with French eagle’s head gold mark, case diameter 2.9cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

284. A 9CT GOLD HALF HUNTER POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind movement, the Dennison case with blue enamel chapter ring, hallmarked for Birmingham 1923 and numbered 272440, monogrammed to case back, (glass deficient), case diameter 4.9cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

285. AN EDWARDIAN 18CT GOLD HALF HUNTER POCKET WATCH, the circular white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a ¾ plate keyless wind movement signed T J Williams, 2 Bate Docks, Cardiff, the case with blue enamel chapter ring, hallmarked for London 1902, with presentation inscription dated 1907 to dust cover, the movement and case numbered 37379, (glass deficient), case diameter 5.1cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

286. A 9CT GOLD HALF HUNTER POCKET WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind movement, the case with blue enamel chapter ring, hallmarked for Chester 1926 and numbered 6806, case diameter 4.9cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

287. TWO OPEN FACE FOB WATCHES, the first with floral and foliate engraved dial and Roman numerals, to a key wind movement, the profusely decorated case stamped ‘K18’ and numbered 9433 23544, inscribed to dust cover, the second of similar design, with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a key wind movement, the case stamped ‘K14’ with Swiss squirrel gold mark, first watch case diameter 3.85cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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288. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising an oval shell cameo brooch, 9ct gold mounted, a 19th century portrait miniature pendant, depicting a female portrait on ivory, a pair of engraved cufflinks, stamped ‘14k’ and signed Birks, and a cased set of six buttons, first brooch width 5.3cm (4) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 289. A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN, dated 1913, and three Austro-Hungarian ducat coins (4) £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

290. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include three cultured pearl single strand necklaces, a nephrite bead necklace, a yellow precious metal scarab pendant on chain, a 9ct gold St Christopher pendant on chain, a yellow precious metal key fob, and further items, first pendant length 2.9cm (qty) £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 291. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a green hardstone cabochon ring, stamped ‘9ct’, a matched pendant/brooch, stamped ‘375’, a bar brooch, modelled as a Sussex spaniel, stamped ‘9ct’, two further bar brooches, a pair of coral corallium rubrum ear studs, a cultured pearl single stone ring, and two further brooches, first ring size S (9) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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292. A COLLECTION OF COSTUME JEWELLERY, to include two pairs of paste ear clips by Trifari, a green enamel and white paste collar necklace, an enamel ribbon bow brooch by Sphinx, and assorted simulated pearl items (qty) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

293. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a diamond half hoop ring, grain set with singlecut diamonds, a diamond crossover ring, (one diamond deficient), a diamond single stone ring, two garnet set rings, a further ring, and a suite of costume jewellery, first ring size P½ (7) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 294. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a white metal collar necklace, with floral engraved decoration and later fittings, a half pearl panel brooch, a foliate scroll engraved panel brooch, a peridot and half pearl panel brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, a silver-gilt mistletoe brooch, assorted further brooches and costume items, (half pearls untested for origin), necklace length 46cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 295. A COLLECTION OF EASTERN COSTUME JEWELLERY, to include necklaces, pendants and panels, variously set with pastes of red, white and green hues in foil-backed settings (qty) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

296. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a George III spade guinea with fixed pendant mount, a tiger’s eye cabochon brooch/pendant, 9ct gold mounted, two oval shell cameos, and assorted costume items (qty) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

297. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a pair of jade ear pendants, each rectangular panel drop pierced and carved with flowerheads and foliage, (jade untested for treatments), a single strand graduated rose quartz bead necklace, a single strand cornelian bead collar necklace, a green and white paste necklace and earclips suite, a paste pendant necklace by Coro, and further items, ear pendants length 7.5cm and 7.8cm (qty) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 298. A COLLECTION OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY AND LATER JEWELLERY BOXES, to include examples signed Wartski, Cartier, S J Phillips Ltd and Garrard (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

299. A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY AND LATER JEWELLERY BOXES, to include examples signed Garrard, Asprey, Mappin & Webb, Boodle & Dunthorne and Liberty (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

300. A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY AND LATER JEWELLERY BOXES, to include examples signed Cartier, Garrard, Mappin & Webb and J W Benson (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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301. A FRENCH GOLD AND ENAMEL SNUFF BOX, in the form of a nautilus shell, having hinged cover, and bands of red and white zig zag enamel decoration centred with a cabochon red stone, 4cm wide £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

302. A GEORGE III NOVELTY SILVER LADLE, modelled as a conch shell, with turned ivory handle, by Daniel Denny, London 1791, 35.5cm long overall £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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303. A 9CT GOLD PROPELLING PENCIL, 12.5cm long; another similar ‘rolled gold’ propelling pencil, and a 9ct gold bar brooch, cased (3) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

304. A LATE VICTORIAN NOVELTY FISH SHAPED PROPELLING PENCIL by Sampson Mordan & Co, the unmarked yellow metal body with scales and fins, the tail pulling to reveal the pencil, stamped S Mordan & Co and with arrow mark, 4.5cm long £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

305. A VICTORIAN SILVER BOSUN’S WHISTLE, with foliate engraved decoration, the ends with anchor and crown motif, by Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1877, 9cm long £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 306. A WILLIAM IV SILVER RECTANGULAR SNUFF BOX with reeded sides and foliate cast borders, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1833, 7cm long; a late Victorian rectangular box, the hinged lid embossed with cavorting classical figures, by Nathan & Hayes, Birmingham 1892, 9cm wide; an Edwardian silver vinaigrette’ and a French rectangular cigarette case, with diaper engraved decoration (4) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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307. A SILVER AND BLUE ENAMEL DRESSING TABLE SET, comprising a cylindrical jar, two small faceted glass jars, a clothes brush, a nail buffer, and three manicure implements, by Turner & Simpson, Birmingham 1926-28 (8) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 308. AN ART DECO SILVER AND GREEN ENAMEL DRESSING TABLE SET, comprising mirror, hairbrush and clothes brush, by Walker & Hall, Chester 1938; and a matching rectangular jar, Birmingham 1937 (4) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

309. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED CERAMIC NOVELTY SCENT BOTTLE, by Sampson Mordan, modelled as a partly cracked walnut, printed Rd. No. 26170, London 1885, 5.5cm (see illustration on page 60) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

310. A SILVER BABY’S RATTLE, embossed to each side with a nursery rhyme scene, and having mother of pearl handle and ivorine teething ring, by Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham 1913, 15.5cm long overall; and a modern silver child’s bubble blower, 13.5cm long (2) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 311. A SILVER CIGARETTE BOX, with piqué inset tortoiseshell hinged cover, by J & R.F. Ltd, London 1920, 16cm wide £30-50 (plus 27% BP*) 312. A FRENCH SILVER TASTE-VIN, the sides with half lobed and punched decoration, the loop handle with shaped thumbpiece, inscribed ‘J. Goumont’, 8cm diameter £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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313. A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN SILVER MOUNTED CUT GLASS SCENT BOTTLE, of tapered, faceted design, the shaped hinged domed cover set with cabchon turquoises, by Blackinton & Co, Massachusetts, 11.5cm long (see illustration on page 60) £70-100 (plus 27% BP*)

314. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER AND ENAMEL SCENT BOTTLE, of curved, rectangular form, the pale blue guilloche enamel ground decorated with a ribbon tied spray of flowers, stamped Sterling, 5cm high (see illustration on page 60) £50-70 (plus 27% BP*)

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315. A GEORGE IV SILVER BOSUN’S WHISTLE, with engraved wrigglework decoration, maker’s mark indistinct, London 1821, 13cm long (see illustration on page 61) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

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316. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY SILVER VINAIGRETTE, in the form of a bag, with engraved basket weave decoration and chain handle, by Ledsam & Vale, circa 1820, 2cm high; together with a silver and mother of pearl folding fruit knife (2) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 317. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER ART NOUVEAU STYLE TWO PIECE BUCKLE, with six large and six small matching silver buttons, decorated with cherubs and sinuous stylised foliage, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1903, in fitted case £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 318. A CONTINENTAL GILT METAL SINGING BIRD AUTOMATION, the domed cage containing two feathered mechanical birds, with key wound movement to the circular base, 28cm high £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

319. A CONTINENTAL SILVER GILT AND ENAMEL CIRCULAR COMPACT, painted with a spray of flowers, 4.5cm wide (see illustration on page 60) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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320. A SILVER KING’S PATTERN SERVICE OF FLATWARE AND CUTLERY, comprising twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, six tablespoons, six fish knives, five fish forks, twelve soup spoons, two pairs of sauce ladles, six teaspoons, and a mustard spoon, various dates and makers but predominantly Walker & Hall, and John Round & Son Ltd, Sheffield 1911-1937, 178.5 oz overall; together with the matching silver handled steel table and dessert knives (qty) £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*) 321. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER TEAPOT, the half lobed body embossed and engraved with stylised flowering foliage, having gadrooned borders, the handle with ivory insulators on scroll feet, by Atkin & Bros, Sheffield 1895, 14cm high, 21.5 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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322. A SMALL COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a 19th Century Irish marrow scoop, by John Smyth, Dublin 1856; a pair of modern grape scissors, London 1991, a set of six teaspoons with pierced terminals, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1921, cased, a Victorian butter knife with engraved blade, London 1866, a pair of small forks with mother of pearl handles, maker’s marks only for George Unite, and a small letter opener with tortoiseshell blade (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

323. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, with gadrooned borders, lobed bodies and foliate handles, on ball feet, the teapot with lobed ivory finial, by William Hutton & Sons, London 1890, teapot 13.5cm high, 33.5 oz overall (3) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

324. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SUGAR BASIN, by Stokes & Ireland Ltd, Chester 1904m 9.5cm wide; a silver christening mug, London 1929, a pair of silver churn pepper grinders, Birmingham 1929, and a pair of late Victorian silver cylindrical peppers, London 1894, approximately 7.5 oz weighable (6) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

325. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF MAINLY 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising seven table forks, seven dessert forks, a tablespoon, a dessert spoon, and thirteen teaspoons, various dates and makers, 38.5 oz overall (qty) £280-350 (plus 27% BP*)

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326. A SMALL QUANTITY OF SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE, together with assorted silver tea and condiment spoons, four silver napkin rings, a set of six white metal coffee spoons with rose terminals, and a silver fronted miniature book, 18.5 oz weighable (qty) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

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327. A GEORGE II SILVER TANKARD, having slightly tapering girdled body, domed hinged cover and scroll handle, by Thomas Tearle, London 1731, 19cm high, 29.5 oz £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*)

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328. A GEORGE III SILVER ARGYLE, with urn shaped body and finial, fruitwood handles and reeded borders, the interior with lidded reservoir, maker’s mark T.H., possibly Thomas Heming, London 1790, 18cm high, 10 oz all in £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 329 329. A WILLIAM IV SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN GRAVY SPOON, BY William Eaton, London 1835, two 19th Century silver fiddle pattern gravy spoons, one by George Ferris, Exeter 1823, the other by William Eaton, London 1817, and a pair of fiddle pattern sauce ladles, 15 oz overall £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 330. AN ART DECO SILVER FOUR PIECE TEA SERVICE of bowed outline, the teapot and hot water pot with bakelite handles and knops, on pedestal bases, by Adie Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1936, teapot 13.5cm high, 54 oz overall (4) £350-450 (plus 27% BP*)

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331. A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN ROSE BOWL, by Gorham, the pierced borders engraved with swags of flowers, and having pierced and engraved plated cover with pine cone finial, 28.5cm diameter £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

332. A PAIR OF SILVER SAUCE BOATS, with shaped borders, scroll handles, and pad feet, by Adie Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1927, 17.5cm long, 16 oz overall (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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333. A GEORGE III SILVER CYLINDRICAL MUSTARD, with reeded borders, by George Burrows, London 1795, 6cm high; a pair of Victorian silver circular salts, embossed with flowers and with blue glass liners, by Josiah Williams & Co, London 1884; a pair of silver pierce decorated peppers, one with green glass liners, the other blue, Birmingham 1910; and various small condiment spoons (qty) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 334. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED THREE BRANCH FOUR LIGHT CANDELABRA, with foliate and scroll cast borders, detachable reeded arms, and shaped square bases, 29cm high (2) £40-60 (plus 27% BP*)

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335. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED GLASS CLARET JUG, the pierced and engraved mount with foliate scroll handle, with figural stopper modelled as a mansion house dwarf, the rounded oval glass body etched with fruiting vine, by Robert Hennell III, London 1859, 26cm high overall £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

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336. A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER PEDESTAL SALTS, of neo-classical design, the pierced bodies on lobed and beaded oval feet, with ring handles and blue glass liners, by Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1904, 14cm wide; and a pair of late Victorian silver twin handled pedestal salts, with half fluted bodies, on rectangular pedestal bases, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1879, 16.5cm wide (4) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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337. A GEORGE III SILVER MARROW SCOOP, by Williams Eley, Fearn & Chawner, London 1808, 23cm long; together with a similar modern marrow scoop, by Cooper Bros & Sons, Sheffield 1972, 24.5cm long (2) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

338. AN IRISH SILVER PRESENTATION TROWEL, with turned hardwood handle, by Garrard & Co, Dublin 1975, 29.5cm long overall; a silver circular trinket box, the hinged cover embossed with birds and scrolling foliage, Birmingham 1996, 8.2cm diameter; and a 19th Century silver plated novelty caddy spoon in the form of a jockey’s hat (3) £50-70 (plus 27% BP*) 339. A CANTEEN OF SILVER FLATWARE AND CUTLERY, comprising soup ladle, two sauce ladles, eight tablespoons, twelve soup spoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve pastry forks, twelve ice cream spoons, twelve teaspoons, twelve coffee spoons, six egg spoons, serving tongs, two pickle forks, two preserve spoons, four salt spoons, four mustard spoons and a pair of sugar tongs, by Atkin Bros, Sheffield 1957, and having twelve fish knives and forks, a pair of fish servers, twelve fruit knives and forks, twelve table knives and twelve dessert knives, all with steel blades, 178 oz weighable, contained in a figured walnut bow fronted canteen, fitted with three drawers, on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 78cm wide £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*)

340. A SILVER RECTANGULAR PHOTOGRAPH FRAME, with engine turned decoration, by Samuel M. Levi, Birmingham 1931, 26cm high; a silver circular jar, with tortoiseshell and piqué inset cover, London 1920, 5.5cm and a similar topped glass powder jar (3) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 341 341. AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY SILVER MINIATURE TWIN HANDLED CAUDLE CUP, the sides with overlapping stylised leaf decoration, marks rubbed, London circa 1720, 5.5cm diameter £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

342. A 19TH CENTURY DUTCH PEDESTAL SUGAR BASIN, embossed and engraved with stylised scrolling foliage, on slightly domed foot, 12cm diameter, and a Dutch cylindrical box, with hinged cover and reeded borders, 12cm diameter (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 343. A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, of oval section, having beaded borders, and fruitwood handle and knop, by Benjamin Mountigue, London 1786, 14cm high, 11 oz overall £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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344. A SET OF SIX SILVER GRAPEFRUIT SPOONS, with bright cut handles, by Gee & Holmes, Sheffield 1962, cased, together with a silver salt of cauldron form, on three shaped feet, with spoons £30-40 (plus 27% BP*)

345. A SET OF THREE AMERICAN DESSERT SPOONS by Tiffany & Co, with florally embossed handles, and a further collection of white metal flatware, to include a set of six Eastern teaspoons, an apostle top serving spoon, two Dutch embossed spoons, a pair of Dutch teaspoons, three various forks, a letter opener, an Indian teaspoon, and a Danish silver plated hand mirror, embossed with figures (20) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*) 346. A GEORGE III APOSTLE TOPPED SPOON, by George Burrows, London 1779, 18cm; nine various 19th Century silver teaspoons, three sets of three silver prize spoons, for golf, and bowls, a souvenir spoon, a pair of silver circular salts, Chester 1902, and a similar faceted pepperette, 14 oz overall (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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347. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, to include a pair of small dishes with shaped borders, by Alexander Clark & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1931, 10.5cm; a set of six circular small dishes, London 1934, 6.5cm; a five bar toast rack; a beaded hand bell; a napkin ring; a matchbox cover; and an open face pocket watch, approximately 17 oz weighable (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

348. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising a pair of tablespoons by William Woodman (Bristol), Exeter 1826, another tablespoon, eight table forks, twelve dessert forks, a pair of sauce ladles, a set of six teaspoons, and four others, various dates and makers, 54.5 oz overall (qty) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 349. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS by Paul Storr, London 1812, a set of three George III Irish silver tablespoons, makers I.B. probably J Brady, Dublin 1799, another similar by Michael Keating, Dublin 1798, one other, and a set of dessert spoons by Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1805, 20 oz overall (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 350 350. A GEORGE II SILVER SUGAR BOWL, of plain design, with shaped foot rim, maker’s mark S.M. above a star, London 1743, 12.5cm diameter, 8 oz; a George II silver sauce bowl, with scroll handle, on leaf capped scallop feet, maker’s mark rubbed, London 1758, 14cm long, 3.5 oz; and a George III silver circular salver, with beaded border and engraved decoration, by Peter and Ann Bateman, London 1792, 20.5cm diameter, 9 oz (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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351. A WILLIAM IV SILVER MUSTARD, having gadrooned border, repoussé decorated with flowers and scrolling foliage, on pedestal foot, by John Evans II, London 1834, blue glass liner, 8.5cm high; an early 19th Century silver cylindrical mustard, with scallop thumbpiece, the reeded sides repoussé decorated with scrolling foliage, and a late Victorian pierce decorated silver drum mustard, London 1893 (3) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

352. A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER URN FORM SUGAR CASTORS, on square bases, by Minshull & Latimer, Birmingham 1893, 18cm high, 10 oz; a pair of late Victorian silver peppers of octagonal baluster form, Birmingham 1894; a silver pepper grinder, and a pair of 19th Century silver plated oval salts, with blue glass liners (7) £70-100 (plus 27% BP*)

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353. A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER CREAM JUG, engraved with flowers and with strap handle, maker’s mark rubbed, Dublin 1794, 13cm high, 4.5 oz, and a late Victorian Irish silver bowl, with spirally lobed and punched decoration, on three shell capped hoof feet, by John Smith, Dublin 1894, 14cm diameter, 7 oz (2) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

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354. A VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, of lobed baluster form, with melon finial, by Henry Holland, London 1894, 21cm high, 18 oz; together with a late Victorian silver three piece bachelor’s tea set, of half lobed form, the teapot with ebonised handle and knop, Birmingham 1894; and another very similar teapot, London 1893, 19 oz all in; and a similar plated hot water pot (6) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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355. A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with faceted columns and octagonal bases, by Boots Pure Drug Co, Birmingham 1908, 18cm high; another pair of silver candlesticks, Birmingham 1969, 19cm high; and a pair of silver bottle coasters, with turned wooden bases, by Tessiers Ltd, London 1969 (6) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 356. A SET OF SEVEN LATE VICTORIAN IRISH SILVER TEASPOONS, with bright cut decoration, by John Smith, Dublin 1894; and a small quantity of assorted tea and condiment spoons, various dates and makers, 16 oz overall £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 357. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED TWIN HANDLED TUREEN AND COVER, of oval urn form, having lobed and foliate engraved decoration, and gadrooned borders, on oval pedestal foot, 39.5cm wide overall £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

358. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER SALVER, with foliate and scroll cast border and engraved decoration, on shaped foliate cast feet, by John Edward Terry, London 1839, 24cm diameter, 15.5 oz £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

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359. A GEORGE III SILVER HOT MILK POT, of octagonal baluster form, having domed cover and wooden handle, by Thomas & William Chawner, London 1769, 18.5cm high, 11 oz overall £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

360. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER INKSTAND of shaped and dished circular form, repoussé decorated and engraved with flowers and scrolling foliage, fitted a single hobnail cut glass globular inkwell, with hinged domed cover, by Charles Boyton II, London 1887, 20.5cm wide; together with a further small silver capstan inkwell, Birmingham 1924, and a silver trinket box, on shaped fleur-de-lys feet, Birmingham 1915, 6.5cm wide (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 361. See opposite page

362. A SERVICE OF SILVER KING’S PATTERN FLATWARE AND CUTLERY, comprising twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks, twelve soup spoons, four tablespoons, six fish knives, twelve dessert spoons, twelve teaspoons and twelve coffee spoons, predominately by George Butler & Co, Sheffield 1974, together with twelve table knives, twelve dessert knives and twelve fish knives and forks with steel blades, 152 oz weighable £1200-1800 (plus 27% BP*)

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363. A SILVER FOUR PIECE CRUET SET, by Adie Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1928-1935, and a further matching pepper, Birmingham 1924 by Ernest Druiff & Co, together with a pair of 19th Century plated bottle coasters £30-40 (plus 27% BP*)

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361. A SET OF SIX GEORGE II SILVER CAULDRON SALTS, each with four faun and satyr mask capped hoof feet, emblematic of the four seasons, and cast with swags of flowers and fruit, by Paul Crespin, date letters rubbed but London, possibly 1734, 10cm wide, together with six Victorian silver King’s pattern salt spoons, 56.5 oz overall £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*)

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364. A CHARLES II SILVER TANKARD, of slightly tapered form, with flat hinged cover, scroll handle and shaped thumbpiece, having engraved crest, and pricked initials E over W.M. to the handle, by John Sutton, London 1669, 17.5cm high overall, 28 oz £5000-7000 (plus 27% BP*)

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365. A GEORGE III SILVER TANKARD, of baluster form, with domed, hinged cover, and scroll handle with pierced thumbpiece, by Solomon Hougham, London 1796, 20.5cm high, 21 oz £700-1000 (plus 27% BP*)

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366. A GEORGE III SILVER OVAL MAZARINE, pierced with quatrefoil and scroll decoration, by Sebastian & James Crespell, London 1768, 40.5cm long, 22.5 oz £400-500 (plus 27% BP*)

367. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN GRAVY SPOONS, by Thomas Hayter, London 1811; a George III silver mustard,with hinged cover (lacks liner), maker I.B. London 1807; and a silver hip flask, by Harris & Sons Ltd, London 1909, 18cm high, 17 oz overall (4) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*) 368. See opposite page

369. A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS, by James Tookey, London 1750, two further similar tablespoons, two 19th Century King’s pattern fish knives, a set of three early Victorian Scottish mustard spoons, by Mackay & Chisholm, Edinburgh 1841 and 1843, assorted other odd flatware, a set of five Austrian ice-cream spoons, and other oddments including a double ended measure, Sheffield 1933, approximately 28 oz overall (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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370. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER BALUSTER SUGAR CASTOR, repoussé decorated with flowers and scrolling foliage, by William Aitken, Chester 1901, 19cm high; a silver faceted milk jug, by Alexander Clark & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1929, a set of six teaspoons, cased, and a pair of Chinese teaspoons, 13 oz overall (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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368. A GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE comprising pedestal teapot, with inverted pear shaped body, circular stand, and pedestal sugar basin, engraved with swags of flowers, by William Davie, Edinburgh 1780, and a similar pedestal milk jug, with beaded borders and scroll handle, maker’s mark indistinct, Edinburgh 1780, teapot 21cm high, 40 oz overall (4) £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

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371. A MALAYSIAN THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, on matching tray, comprising baluster teapot, twin handled sucrier and cover, and milk jug, embossed and engraved with stylised stiff leaves, teapot with horn handle and knops, the octagonal tray with rope twist border, 30.5cm diameter, approximately 42 oz all in (4) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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372. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN ‘MARTELÉ’ SILVER VASE, by W.C. Codman for Gorham, having flared rim, the spot hammered baluster body chased with flowering plants and with contemporary chased monogram, the shaped base with four projecting leaf feet, stamped ‘Martelé’, No. 9584, and with facsimile W.C. Codman signature, 18.5cm high, 14.5 oz £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*)

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373. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER CENTREPIECE, with three foliate scroll supports supporting a pierced arthemion border and cut glass dished top, on triform base with foliate embosed projecting feet, by John, Edward,Walter & John Barnard, London 1870, 30.5cm high £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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374. A JAPANESE SILVER THREE LIGHT CANDELABRUM, with gadrooned circular base, by K Uyeda, 21.5cm high (weighted base); a silver sauce boat, London 1922; other small silver items comprising a circular trinket box with repoussé decorated cover, an urn shaped pepper, a small folding photo frame, and three dressing table items (AF); together with a silver plated shaped rectangular tray, with pierced and beaded gallery (9) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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375. A GEORGE II SILVER BALUSTER MUG, with leaf capped scroll handle, by Richard Gurney & Thomas Cook, London 1746, 10cm high, 7 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

376. A SILVER MUG of plain, slightly rounded form, by Barker Bros Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1931, presentation inscription, 12cm high, 12 oz; an early Victorian silver milk jug, with scroll handle, by William Robert Smily, London 1843, 12.5cm, 4.5 oz; and a silver sauce boat, London 1933, 4.5 oz (3) £140-180 (plus 27% BP*)

377. A SILVER AND BLUE ENAMEL ART DECO STYLE THREE PIECE DRESSING TABLE SET, comprising hand mirror, hairbrush and clothes brush, by Charles S Green & Co. Ltd, Birmingham 1938, and comb, Birmingham 1946, in fitted case, a further silver three piece dressing table set, a silver five bar toast rack, a spot hammered mustard and pepper, London 1905, and a pair of circular salts, Sheffield 1899 (qty) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*) 378. A SET OF SIX SILVER AND VARI-COLOURED ENAMEL COFFEE SPOONS, by Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1954, in fitted case; a set of six silver bean end coffee spoons, cased; a set of twelve Old English pattern teaspoons, Sheffield 1910; a set of six Continental teaspoons; and other odd silver flatware (qty) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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379. A SET OF SIX SILVER AND ENAMEL ART NOUVEAU STYLE COFFEE SPOONS, by Liberty & Co., Birmingham 1913, in fitted case £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 380. A SET OF SIX SILVER AND ENAMEL ART NOUVEAU STYLE COFFEE SPOONS, by Liberty & Co., Birmingham 1913, in fitted case £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 381. See opposite page

382. A GEORGE II SILVER MUFFINEER, of baluster form, with finely gadrooned borders and pierced cover, by Jabez Daniell, London 1758, 15cm high, 4 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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383. A GEORGE III SILVER CREAM JUG, of baluster form, embossed and engraved with flowers and scrolling foliage, and having shaped handle, on three pad feet, by David Mowden, London 1763, 10cm high, 2 oz £70-100 (plus 27% BP*)

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381. A WILLIAM IV SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, of lobed and compressed form, chased and engraved with flowering foliage, the teapot having flower finial, by William Hewitt, London 1834, teapot 16.5cm high, 49 oz overall (3) £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

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384. A JAPANESE SILVER PLATTER, with shaped border, engraved with a view of Mount Fuji, with trees to the foreground, within a border of character mark inscriptions, by Miyamoto Shoko, stamped Sterling, 31cm wide, 28 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

385. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, repoussé decorated with flowers and scrolling foliage, by Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1906, teapot 12cm high, with composite handle, 18.5 oz overall (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 386. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TEA CADDY, of rectangular baluster form, with hinged cover, on ball feet, by Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1901, 10cm wide, 8 oz £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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387. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLESPOONS, later embossed as berry spoons, by John Smyth, Dublin 1848; a pair of silver salad servers, by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1951; a silver serving slice; two sets of five silver pastry forks; four teaspoons; and a pair of sugar tongs, 20 oz overall £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 388. A SILVER TAZZA, with pierce decorated and reeded border, on similar domed foot, by Charles S. Green & Co. Ltd, Birmingham 1911, 26cm diameter, 15 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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389. A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER BASKETS, of shaped circular form, each with pierce decorated border, on three leaf capped scroll supports with scallop feet, by Elkington & Co, London 1907, 19cm diameter, 37 oz overall (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

390. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER SWING HANDLED CAKE BASKET, with shaped border, engraved and embossed with panels of stylised foliate motif and diaper work, later presentation inscription, by John Samuel Hunt, London 1859, 32.5cm long, 30 oz £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

391. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SMALL TAZZA, with pierce decorated border, and twin feathered wing handles, on circular foot, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, Sheffield 1908, 15.5cm diameter, 11 oz; and another, smaller twin handled tazza, with pierced decoration, Birmingham 1915, 13.5cm diameter, 6 oz (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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392. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER BASKET, the shaped border with pierced decoration and foliate scroll cast rim, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1907, 24cm diameter, 14 oz; and a Victorian silver basket, of shaped oval form, pierce decorated and with foliate and scroll cast border, by F.B. Thomas & Co, London 1883, 26cm, 14.5 oz (one foot lacking) (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

393. A SILVER FRUIT STAND, with shaped pierce decorated border, by Viner’s Ltd, Sheffield 1947, 24cm diameter, 14 oz; and a silver basket, of shaped oval outline, with fixed overhead handle, on hoof feet, by Walter & Charles Sissons, Sheffield 1934, 19.5cm wide, 11.5 oz (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 394. A SILVER INKSTAND, of plain rectangular form, with rounded corners, having two cylindrical lidded inkwells with glass liners, flanked by pen recesses, on scroll feet, by Adie Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1930, 23.5cm long, 18 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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395. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER DISH, of shaped outline, repoussé decorated with flowers, foliage and ‘C’ scrolls, by Wakeley & Wheeler, London 1888, 22cm wide, 8 oz; and a Dutch export pierce decorated and engraved sugar basin, with glass liner, on three mask feet, 12cm wide (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 396. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a late Victorian butter shell, Sheffield 1893, in fitted case, a pierce decorated mustard, a five bar toast rack, a cigarette case, six various small dishes, an ashtray, two napkin rings, a thimble, four decanter labels, and a 19th Century caddy spoon with scalloped bowl, by Thomas Robinson II & S Harding, London 1811, approximately 21 oz weighable (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 397. A SILVER OVAL TRINKET BOX, with engine turned decoration, Birmingham 1913, 10 cm wide; a silver backed dressing table set, comprising hand mirror, two hairbrushes, two clothes brushes, and a comb, London 1974-76; and a framed silver and silver gilt embossed floral panel by Clarté (8) £60-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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398. A SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with gadrooned and faceted knopped columns, on canted and gadrooned square bases, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1909, 28.5cm high (weighted bases) (4) £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

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399. A SILVER HOT MILK POT, of baluster form, having gadrooned borders, hinged cover and wicker covered scroll handle, by F.T. Ray & Co, London 1939, 20cm high, 13 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 400. A SILVER SMALL SALVER, with shaped border, on scroll feet, by Viner’s Ltd, Sheffield 1964, 15cm diameter, 6 oz; a pair of silver bottle coasters, with beaded borders, pierced decoration and turned wooden bases, London 1967; a silver five piece cruet set, London 1964; and two silver napkin rings (10) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 401. A SILVER SALVER, of square outline with shaped projecting corners, by Barker Bros Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1939, 31cm wide, 36.5 oz £500-600 (plus 27% BP*)

402. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TWIN HANDLED BOWL, with Arts & Crafts style riveted handles, on beaded pedestal foot, by Wakely & Wheeler, London 1903, 11cm diameter, 8 oz £50-70 (plus 27% BP*)

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403. A SET OF TWELVE DANISH SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, by Georg Jensen, of Cactus pattern, 9.5cm long (12) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

404. A COLLECTION OF NINETEEN ITALIAN SOUVENIR SPOONS AND ARTEFACTS, comprising a tea strainer with entwined serpent handle, three various serving spoons, one inscribed ‘Domus Vettiorum Pompei’, two twin handled small urns, and twelve various smaller spoons, stamped ‘800’, in fitted case, 24 oz overall £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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405. A PAIR OF 20TH CENTURY SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with plain, narrow columns, wide flared nozzles and circular bases, by Robert Welch, Birmingham 1971, 33.5cm high, 16.5 oz overall (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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406. A SET OF TWELVE DANISH SILVER CONTINENTAL PATTERN TEASPOONS, by Georg Jensen, import marks for 1925/1926, 12.5cm long, 6 oz overall £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

407. A GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SOUP LADLE, by Alexander Henderson, Edinburgh 1806; another, maker’s mark indistinct, possibly Hester Bateman, London 1789; a George III silver gravy spoon, with feather edge decoration by Hester Bateman, London 1775; and another similar, plainer gravy spoon, by Richard Crossley, London 1791, 19.5 oz overall (4) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 408. A SET OF EIGHT GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS, makers I.S., probably James Stamp, London 1778, 20 oz overall (8) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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409. A SET OF SIX GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FEATHER EDGE TABLESPOONS, by Thomas Chawner, London 1772, 13.5 oz overall (6) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

410. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising thirteen table forks, twelve dessert forks, and fifteen dessert spoons, various dates and makers, 61 oz overall; together with twelve silver handled table knives and twelve matching dessert knives, with steel blades (qty) £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 411. A SET OF SIX FRENCH SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN TABLE FORKS, together with a French napkin ring, and a pair of sugar tongs, 19 oz overall (8) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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412. A SMALL COLLECTION OF SILVER FLATWARE, comprising a pair of George III Old English pattern sauce ladles, by Thomas Wallis II, London 1807, a pair of fish knives, a pair of late Victorian jam spoons, Birmingham 1899, a child’s spoon and pusher, a teaspoon and a mustard spoon, 11 oz overall (10) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

413. A VICTORIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, of globular form, repoussé decorated with cherubs and stylised scrolling foliage, the teapot with ebonised handle and knop, by Frederick Brasted, London 1881 and 1882, teapot 13cm high, 21 oz overall (3) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

414. A GEORGE III SILVER TEA CADDY, of shaped and waisted outline, the hinged cover with ivory finial, engraved crest to each side, by Henry Chawner, London 1791, 13.5cm high, 12.5 oz £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 415. A GEORGE III SILVER CREAM JUG, with beaded borders, chased and engraved with flowers and scrolling foliage, on pedestal foot, by John Denzilow, London 1784, 15cm high, 4 oz £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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416. A GEORGIAN SILVER BRANDY PAN, with turned fruitwood side handle, and possibly associated cover with lobed ebonised finial, marks rubbed, 12cm high, 9.5 oz overall £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

417. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER OVAL TEA CADDY AND COVER, repoussé decorated with flowers and ‘C’ scrolls, by Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham 1901, 8.5cm high; together with an early 20th Century Dutch silver pedestal sugar basin, repoussé decorated with panels of landscapes and flowers, and scrolling foliage, import marks for Sheffield 1900, 12.5cm diameter; a French silver tea strainer; and a Georg Jensen caddy spoon (4) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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418. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER TEAPOT, with reeded, compressed body, wooden handle and knop, by Richard Pearce & George Burrows, London 1840, 13cm high, 9.5 oz; a twin handled sucrier, with stiff leaf decoration, London 1911, 5 oz; another silver shaped bowl on pedestal foot, a sauce boat, London 1905, a pap boat, Birmingham 1905, and a cased three piece christening set (6) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 419. See opposite page

420. A GEORGIAN IRISH SILVER SALVER, with shaped scroll cast border and engraved with scallops, scrolls and foliage on scroll feet, Dublin and Hibernia marks only, 30.5cm diameter, 30 oz £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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421. A SILVER SALVER, with shaped pie crust border on scroll feet, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1918, 31.5cm diameter, 27 oz £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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419. A PAIR OF GEORGE III IRISH SILVER TEAPOT STANDS, of oval design, with reeded shaped feet and engraved crests, by William Doyle, Dublin 1802, 18cm, 12 oz overall (2) £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

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422. A PART SERVICE OF VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE AND THREAD PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising three tablespoons, five table forks, five dessert spoons, eight dessert forks, and three teaspoons, by Chawner & Co, London 1858, 48 oz £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

423. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SILVER FLATWARE, comprising seven tablespoons, five table forks and five dessert spoons, various dates and makers, together with a set of seven early Victorian fiddle pattern dessert forks, by Robert Wallis, London 1847, and other assorted silver flatware, 58.5 oz overall (qty) £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 424. A SET OF FIVE GEORGE III IRISH SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE FORKS, with bright cut edges, by Samuel Neville, Dublin 1799; a similar set of five tablespoons, maker’s marks indistinct, Dublin 1798; four fiddle pattern table forks and a pair of sauce ladles, by John Power, Dublin 1805 and 1806; and a small quantity of further Irish silver flatware, 34 oz overall (qty) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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425. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a spot hammered sauce boat, by Albert Edward Jones, Birmingham 1920; a cased set of six teaspoons, Birmingham 1936; a pair of miniature peppers; a silver topped faceted glass jar; a pair of white metal spoons with figural terminals; a pair of plated serving spoons; and two others (qty) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 426. A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CAFÉ AU LAIT POTS, of slightly flared, tapering form, with hinged domed covers, and turned ebonised side handles, by Henry Wilkinson & Co, London 1897, 17.5cm high, 14 oz overall (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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427. A CONTINENTAL SILVER MOUNTED HARDWOOD JEWELLERY BOX, having hinged top and fall front, the top and all sides with applied foliate embossed panels, stamped ‘925’, and having fitted interior, 20cm wide £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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428. A PAIR OF AMERICAN SILVER TALL CANDLESTICKS with faceted, tapered stems, and weighted bases, by J Wagner & Son, 30cm high; and a pair of Edwardian silver dwarf candlesticks with neo-classical style bead, husk and rams mask decoration, on weighted square bases, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1902, 13.5cm high (4) £70-100 (plus 27% BP*)

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429. A WILLIAM IV IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FISH SLICE, the blade pierced and engraved with a fish within a border of stars, and further engraved with stylised foliage, by James Brady, Dublin 1833, 30.5cm long, 5.5 oz; and a pair of George III silver Old English pattern tablespoons, by Richard Crossley, London 1783 (3) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*) 430. A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SERVING SLICE, embossed with a wheatsheaf, fruiting vine, foliage and implements, with ivory handle, stamped ‘750’, 28cm; another Continental serving spoon, stamped ‘800’; and a pair of Spanish scallop shaped dishes, on ball feet, 14cm wide (4) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

431. A GEORGE IV SILVER TEAPOT, of compressed circular form, engraved with scrolling foliage, and with flower finial, the handle with ivory insulators, by Richard Pearce & George Burrows, London 1828, 12.5cm; together with a matched later milk jug and scrurier, by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1936, 26 oz overall (3) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

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432. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CREAM JUG, with shaped border, girdled body and circular pedestal foot, by Mark Willis, Sheffield 1898, 11.5cm high, 3 oz; a silver cigarette case; and other small items (qty) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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433. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN SILVER FRAMED EASEL TABLE MIRROR, by Tiffany & Co, the rectangular frame decorated with flowers and ribbon tied foliage on a textured ground, engraved monogram, stamped ‘Tiffany & Co, 15612 Makers 3882 Sterling 925’, and having bevelled plate, 30 x 24cm overall £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

434. A LATE 19TH CENTURY AMERICAN SILVER OLYMPIAN PATTERN DOLPHIN SHAPED CRUMBER, by Tiffany & Co, stamped ‘Tiffany & Co, Sterling Cat. 1878’, 29cm long, 6 oz * Patented in 1878, the Olympian pattern was designed by Antoine Heller, and depicts the story of Orpheus and Eurydice £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

435. A SILVER TEAPOT, with Art Deco style shaped body, composition handle and knop, by C.W. Fletcher & Son Ltd, Sheffield 1931, 12.5cm high, 15 oz overall £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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436. A SILVER SALVER, with shaped piecrust border, on scroll feet, by Atkin Bros, Sheffield 1924, 41cm wide, 64.5 oz £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

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437. A SILVER INKWELL in the form of a bell, with tortoiseshell base, engraved presentation inscription ‘From Gillie Potter to the Prince of Wales Theatre, a Momento of Pleasant Association’s September 1935-1936’, maker’s mark rubbed, Birmingham 1935, 14cm high * Gillie Potter (1887-1975) was an English Comedian and radio broadcaster £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

438. A SILVER SALVER, of square form, with re-entrant corners, on pad feet, presentation inscription, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1917, 25cm wide, 24 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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439. A SILVER SALVER, of square form and with shaped border, on scroll feet, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1935, 25.5cm wide, 23.5 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 440. A CANTEEN OF SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE, with zigzag borders, comprising soup ladle, four sauce ladles, six tablespoons, twelve soup spoons, twenty four table forks, eleven dessert spoons, ten dessert forks, nine coffee spoons, two pairs of sugar tongs, a pair of butter knives, two pairs of serving forks, and various tea/egg spoons, by Elkington & Co, Birmingham (a few small spoons by other makers/dates), 212 oz overall, contained in a mahogany fitted table of ‘D’ shaped outline, with hinged top and fitted interior, on panelled square taper legs and castors £1800-2500 (plus 27% BP*)

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441. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER SERVING SPOONS, with shaped and crimped bowls and engraved handles, by Harry Wright Atkin, Sheffield 1892, in fitted case; and a pair of silver small five bar toast racks of arched design, Birmingham 1897 (3) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 442. A SET OF SIX SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN RAT-TAIL SOUP SPOONS, by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield 1911, 15oz; and a similar set of six teaspoons, by Barker Bros, Birmingham 1933, 5oz (12) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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443. A MATCHED SET OF SIX GEORGE III SILVER BEAD EDGED TEASPOONS, various makers, London 1806-1810; a George III condiment spoon by John Eyre, Sheffield 1812; an Edwardian sifter spoon, Birmingham 1901; and a pair of sugar tongs, Sheffield 1911 (9) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

444. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER DECANTER LABELS for Sherry and Port, by Frederick Brasted, London 1877, another for Maderia, embossed with fruiting vine by Francis Clark, Birmingham 1830; and two silver and mother of pearl folding fruit knives (5) £40-60 (plus 27% BP*)

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445. A SILVER BACKED HAND MIRROR, with engine turned decoration, a similar hairbrush and matching clothes brush, initialled ‘G’, and another hairbrush and clothes brush, embossed with foliage and scrolls, and three various silver topped glass jars £60-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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446. A GEORGE III SILVER FISH SLICE, the blade with pierced and engraved decoration, and having ivory handle, by Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London 1804, 27.5cm long £40-50 (plus 27% BP*) 447. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, London 1769, a quantity of assorted 19th Century and later silver flatware etc., a silver napkin ring and menu holder, approximately 23 oz weighable (qty) £200-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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448. A LATE 19TH CENTURY SILVER SERVING SPOON, with figural handle, by William Hutton & Sons, London 1897, another with figural terminal, London 1910, four other decorative silver spoons, a pair of sugar tongs, and a 19th Century caddy spoon, with engraved floral decoration, by Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham 1812 (8) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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449. A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with knopped stems, and reeded circular bases (weighted), maker E.S., London 1967, 17cm high (2) £60-100 (plus 27% BP*)

450. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TUMBLER, of plain form with rounded base, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co, London 1907, 7cm high, 6 oz £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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451. A JUDAIC WHITE METAL SPICE TOWER, the hexagonal form main body with hinged door, having twin handles and galleried pierced top surmounted by birds, on gadrooned hexafoil base, decorated throughout with stylised motifs and brick work, stamped ‘999’, 28.5cm high £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 452. A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER, with gadrooned, shaped border, foliate and scroll engraved decoration, on pad feet, maker’s mark R.R., probably Richard Rugg I, London 1770, 20.5cm diameter, 11 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

453. A SILVER CIRCULAR SALVER, with beaded border, engraved with flowers and ‘C’ scrolls and with central engraved initial H, by Barker Ellis Silver Co, Birmingham 1972, 20.5cm diameter, 8. 5 oz £90-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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454. A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT STAND, of rounded rectangular form, with engraved wrigglework borders and central foliate wreath, on shaped feet, by Duncan Urquhart & Naphtali Hart, London 1807, 15cm, 4.4 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

455. A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER REGIMENTAL BALUSTER CASTORS, with pierced covers, the half fluted bodies with applied Inniskilling badges, by Hunt & Roskell, London 1892, 14.5cm high, 8.5 oz; and two Georgian silver circular salts, on pad feet, marks worn (4) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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456. A SILVER SUGAR CASTOR, of square section baluster form, with reeded borders, by Harrods Ltd, Birmingham 1938, 19cm high, 5 oz; and a pair of silver castors of bowed design, by Henry Williamson Ltd, Birmingham 1926, 15.5cm high (3) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*) 457. A GEORGE III SILVER AND IVORY BUTTER SPADE, with turned handle, and monogrammed shield shaped blade, unmarked, circa 1800, 19.5cm long £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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458. A PAIR OF MID VICTORIAN SILVER SUGAR NIPS, naturalistically modelled as flowering foliage, with insects upon the central leaves, by John Wilmin Figg, London 1856, 11.5cm long £100-120 (plus 27% BP*) 459. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FISH SLICE, by John, Henry and Charles Lias, pierced and engraved with thistle, rose and shamrock, London 1829, 30cm long, 4 oz £80-100 (plus 27% BP*) 459A. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FISH SLICE, by John, Henry and Charles Lias, pierced and engraved with a dolphin and scrolling foliage, London 1854, 30.5cm long, 4 oz £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

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460. A WILLIAM IV SILVER TEAPOT, with compressed circular body, scroll handle, and foliate scroll cast foot, and with flower finial, by Richard Pearce and George Burrows, London 1833, 15cm high, 23 oz £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

461. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TOPPED HEART SHAPED CUT GLASS JAR, Birmingham 1906, 4cm, three various silver twin handled small trophy cups, a silver vesta case, a pair of silver salts, and other oddments (qty) £40-50 (plus 27% BP*) 462. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER MUG, of slightly baluster form, chased and engraved with flowers and foliage, and having leaf capped scroll handle, by Edward, John and William Barnard, London 1851, 10cm high, 6 oz, in fitted case £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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463. A PAIR OF MID VICTORIAN SILVER FISH SERVERS, with pierced and engraved decoration, by Harrison Bros & Howson, Sheffield 1872, 9 oz overall, in fitted case £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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464. A STERLING SCENT BOTTLE, set to one side with an oval portrait plague of Queen Victoria, stamped Sterling, 4.2cm high; a cylindrical pill box; and a papier maché circular box, the cover with applied white metal relief portrait, 9cm wide (3) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

465. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY SILVER CIRCULAR BOX, the cover inset with a British India College of Fort William Honorary medallion, the base inset with Christ’s Hospital ‘Hear, Read, Mark, Learn’ Edward VI medallion, maker’s mark W.E., possible William Ellerby, London 1819, 5.5cm diameter £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

466. A GEORGE III SILVER CADDY SPOON, with circular bowl and bright cut handle, maker’s mark indistinct, London 1794, 7cm; two early 19th Century silver caddy spoons, one with Greek key engraved bowl, and one other, with pierced and engraved shamrock handle, maker’s mark M.F. (4) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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467. A GEORGE III SILVER CADDY SPOON, with squared bowl and scallop terminal, by Thomas Robinson II and S Harding, London 1811, 9cm, four various silver caddy spoons with scalloped bowls, two others, and a Continental example (8) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

468. A LATE 19TH CENTURY SILVER STRAINER LADLE, the bowl decorated with overlapping leaves, and having naturalistic handle, marks for Liberty & Co, import mark London 1898, 14.5cm; and a Continental twin handled oval dish, of lobed outline, the base embossed and engraved with fruit, and having gilt interior, 12cm (2) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*) 469. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SCALLOP BUTTER DISH, with gadrooned and foliate cast border, by Henry Stratford, London 1898, 14cm, 4.5 oz; and a pair of silver pedestal sweetmeat dishes, with pierced decoration, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1913, 8.5cm wide, 3 oz (3) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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470. A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL WHITE METAL AND IVORY MODEL OF A CAVALIER ON HORSEBACK, the figure with carved ivory face, the horse with jewelled harness, the rectangular plinth base further set with coloured cabochon jewels, on paw feet, 15.5cm wide £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

471. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TEA CADDY AND COVER, of shaped rectangular baluster form, repoussé decorated in the Art Nouveau style with stylised flowers and foliage, on pierced foliate cast feet, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co, Ltd, London 1901, 15.5cm high, 9 oz £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

472. A SILVER RECTANGULAR TEA CADDY, with hinged cover, and re-entrant corners by Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1917, engraved regimental crest, 11.5cm high, 13 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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473. A SILVER SALVER, with shaped scallop and scroll cast border, and engraved with flower foliage on shaped feet, by Atkin Bros, Sheffield 1910, 27cm wide, 15.5 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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474. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER CIRCULAR SALVER, with beaded border, engraved with swags of foliage, on scroll cast feet, by Frederick Elkington, Birmingham 1871, 24cm, 14 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 475. A GEORGE II SILVER WAITER, with shaped border, and engraved with stylised foliage and ‘C’ scrolls, on pad feet, by William Matthews, London 1735, 17.5cm, 7.5 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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476. A GEORGE III SILVER BALUSTER CASTOR, with pierced and engraved domed cover, by John Delmester, London 1762, 13.5cm high, 2.5 oz £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

477. A SET OF SIX EDWARDIAN SILVER GOBLETS, having knopped plain stems, and circular bases, by Charles Edwards, 3London 1905, 10cm high, 6 oz, in fitted case £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

478. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER BRIGHT CUT SUGAR TONGS, by Samuel Godbehere and Edward Wigan, London 1795, another similar pair, marks indistinct, another pair with beaded edge, by Hester Bateman, circa 1790, and a similar pair by Thomas Wallis II (4) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

479. A PAIR OF GEORGIAN SILVER SUGAR TONGS, with pierced and engraved decoration, maker’s mark only G.B, possibly George Burrows, c.1800, another similar pair, maker T.B., probably Thomas Wallis II, circa 1790, a similar, plainer pair, marks indistinct, another pierce decorated pair, Chester 1895, a Victorian Scottish pair, by William Coghill, Glasgow 1859, and two others, 10 oz overall (7) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 480 480. A COLLECTION OF TEN PAIRS OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SUGAR TONGS, various dates and makers, four further pairs of silver tongs, a small half lobed cream jug, Birmingham 1919, and a William IV silver three piece christening set, by Aaron Hadfield, Sheffield 1832 and London 1832, in fitted case, 26 oz overall (qty) £200-250 (plus 27% BP*)

481. A MID VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER CHRISTENING MUG, engraved and embossed with panels of stylised foliage, by William Marshall, Edinburgh 1874, 7.5cm, 3 oz; and an Edwardian silver baluster mug, with scroll handle, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1903, 9.5cm, 6.5 oz (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 481

482. AN AMERICAN CHRISTENING CUP, by Tiffany & Co, engraved initials and date, stamped Tiffany & Co Makers, Sterling, 23245, 6cm, 4 oz, in original box; and another American Sterling christening cup, by Webster, 6.5cm, 4 oz (2) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

483. A SILVER ART DECO DESIGN CREAM JUG, with textured stepped decoration, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1933, 7.5cm high, 5 oz; together with a silver sucrier and milk jug, with shaped oval bodies, on bun feet, by Oldfields Ltd, Birmingham 1941, 9 oz (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 484. A SMALL COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising an Edwardian egg cup with dished base and blue glass liner, Sheffield 1908, a small circular photo frame, a Georgian teaspoon later embossed as a berry spoon, a set of six bean end coffee spoons, a modern trefid spoon, and other similar pieces, approximately 7 oz weighable (qty) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 482

Lot 483

BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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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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