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Monday, 27th March

Lot No:  1 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver punch bowl by Mappin & Webb, London 1894. Of typical form on a stepped base, both body and base embellished with undulating half-fluted and beaded decoration. Presented as a trophy for the Quetta Polo Tournament in Pakistan, won by the 1st Battalion Royal Fusiliers in October 1893. Diameter 30.5cm / 12". Silver weight  read more 

Lot No:  2 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver punch bowl by Mappin & Webb, London 1894. Of typical form on a stepped base with undulating half fluted decoration to the body. Presented as a trophy for the Quetta Polo Tournament in Pakistan, won by the 1st Battalion Royal Fusiliers in October 1894. Diameter 31.5cm 12.5". Silver weight 1510g / 48.6 troy oz.

Lot No:  3 (Silver)

Pair of Antique Victorian Sterling Silver hot water jugs by Henry Stratford, Sheffield 1887. Of typical, baluster form on pedestal bases, with half fluted bodies and beaded borders to the bases and lids. The domed, hinged lids surmounted by cast bear finials. Each jug with a scrolling wooden handle. With presentation inscription: 'Presented to The Officers  read more 

Lot No:  4 (Silver)

ntique George IV Sterling Silver coffee pot by Joseph Craddock & William Ker Reid, London 1823. Of baluster form on a pedestal foot, with acanthus capped scrolling handle. The body and handle chased with foliate scroll decoration, and the domed hinged lid surmounted by a trompe l'oeil flower finial. Height 26cm / 10.25". Gross weight 945g / 30.4 troy  read more 

Lot No:  5 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver hot water jug by William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield 1897. Of baluster form on four feet and with stylised, geometric silver handle. The body with chased floral decoration. With crest of the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers. Height 23cm / 9". Gross weight 610g / 19.6 troy oz.

Lot No:  6 (Silver)

Pair of Antique George V Irish Sterling Silver sugar bowls by West & Son, Dublin 1910. Of baluster form with lobed bodies and twin handles. With crests and engraved presentation inscriptions for the Royal Fusiliers. Diameter 17cm / 6.75". Silver weight 560g / 18 troy oz.

Lot No:  7 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver mug by John Samuel Hunt, London c1860. Of tapering cylindrical form with a glass base, the body fitted with a double scroll handle. With presentation inscription: 'Presented to the Officers of The 6th Royal 1st Warwickshire Regt. by Captn. A. Austin. On appointment to the regiment in 1860 and Lieut. J. G. Cockburn.  read more 

Lot No:  8 (Silver)

Antique George II Sterling Silver lidded tankard by John Swift, London 1750. Of baluster form with a band of reeded decoration around the body, on a stepped foot, with domed lid and scrolling thumbpiece, the body fitted with double scroll handle. With presentation inscription: 'Presented To The Officers XX Regiment by Lieut M M M Festing on Promotion,  read more 

Lot No:  9 (Silver)

Antique George II Irish Sterling Silver twin handled cup probably by Robert Calderwood, Dublin c1750. Of typical form on a pedestal foot, with twin acanthus capped double-scroll handles and a reeded band around the centre of the body. Presented as the Challenge Cup for the London District Rifles Association, Brigade of Guards. Height 19cm / 7.5". Silver  read more 

Lot No:  10 (Silver)

Six Antique George V Sterling Silver wine bottle coasters by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1924. Of circular form with stylised petal shaped borders, the wooden bases with central silver buttons featuring the engraved crest of the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers. With presentation inscription around the body: 'Presented to the Officers 2nd. Bn. The Royal Warwickshire  read more 

Lot No:  11 (Silver)

Four Antique Victorian Sterling Silver tazzas / comport dishes by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd (William Gibson & John Langman), London 1899. The shaped circular bowls with borders of pierced foliate scroll decoration, atop similarly shaped pedestal feet, one plain and three with similar pierced decoration. With engraved crests for the Royal  read more 

Lot No:  12 (Silver)

Six Antique Victorian Sterling Silver mustard pots by Stephen Smith, London 1876. Of drum form with scrolling handles, and gadrooned borders to the base and lids. Each hinged lid featuring an engraved crest of the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers. Diameter 11.5cm / 4.5". Silver weight 1390g / 44.7 troy oz.

Lot No:  13 (Silver)

Four Antique Sterling Silver mustard pots one by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London 1811, one by Craddock & Reid, London 1823 and two by Mappin & Webb, London 1902. Of octagonal form with gadrooned borders and domed, hinged lids with engraved crests for the Royal Fusiliers. Diameter (incl handle) 12cm / 4.75". Silver weight 920g / 29.6 troy oz.

Lot No:  14 (Silver)

Four Antique Sterling Silver mustard pots three by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1912 and one by William Ker Reid, London 1853. The cylindrical bodies with engraved foliate scrolls and the domed, hinged lids surmounted by cast finials depicting St George on horseback slaying the dragon. With crests for the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers.  read more 

Lot No:  15 (Silver)

Four Antique Victorian Sterling Silver mustard pots by George Richards Elkington, London 1867. Of drum form with flat hinged lids surmounted by shell thumb pieces, the bodies with beaded borders to the bases, rims and handles. Each with removable blue glass liner and engraved crest for the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers. One pot with engraved presentation  read more 

Lot No:  16 (Silver)

Twelve Antique Victorian Sterling Silver salt cellars six possibly by PL, Dublin 1840, three by Stephen Smith London 1853 and three by Hunt & Roskell, London 1880. Forming a matched set, of oval form with gadrooned borders, on four ornately cast paw feet, each with engraved crest of the Royal Fusiliers. Diameter 9.5cm / 3.75". Silver weight 1770g /  read more 

Lot No:  17 (Silver)

Six Antique George III Sterling Silver salt cellars by Rebecca Emes & Edward Banard, London c1815. Of oval form with twin bucket style handles and gadrooned borders, three with removable glass liners. With engraved crests for the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers. Diameter 10cm / 4". Silver weight 485g / 15.6 troy oz.

Lot No:  18 (Silver)

Six Antique Victorian Sterling Silver salt cellars by Andrew Crespel, c1860, date letters rubbed. Of cauldron form on three paw feet, with cast lion faces, with gilt interiors and rope twist borders. Diameter 9cm 3.5". Silver weight 640g / 20.6 troy oz.

Lot No:  19 (Silver)

Three Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver menu card holders by Carrington & Co, London 1910. Modeled as a Grecian woman in traditional garb holding a lyre harp. With presentation inscription to the reverse: 'To The Officers 1st Bn Royal Fusiliers From Capt. G. C. R. Overton. On his retirement 1910.' Diameter 23.5cm / 9.3". Silver weight 690g / 22.2 troy  read more 

Lot No:  20 (Silver)

Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver gentleman's desk stand by Josiah Williams & Co, London 1903. Of rectangular form with cast shell and scroll border, and similar twin handles. With two silver mounted cut glass ink wells in fitted compartments, and two pen recesses. The whole stand on four ball and claw feet. With crest of the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers  read more 

Lot No:  21 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver table cigar box by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1868. Of rectangular form, with twin compartments with gilt interiors, each with a flush-hinged lid featuring high relief cast decoration depicting bacchanalian cherubs cavorting among vines. With engraved crests of the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers. Diameter 15cm / 6".  read more 

Lot No:  22 (Silver)

Antique George V Sterling Silver presentation casket by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1936. Of oval, cylindrical form with flat, hinged lid and reeded borders to the base and lid. With presentation inscription surmounted by the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers crest: 'Presented to Lt Col. (Bt Col) J. G. Des R. Swayne and The Officers 1st  read more 

Lot No:  23 (Silver)

Four Antique William IV Sterling Silver waiters / salvers by Benjamin Smith. London 1837. All matching, of circular form with raised shell and scroll borders, each on three scroll feet. Diameter 23cm / 9". Silver weight 2290g / 73.6 troy oz.

Lot No:  24 (Silver)

Antique George V Sterling Silver presentation salver by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1934. Of circular octofoil form on four ball and claw feet, with a raised gadrooned border. With presentation inscription: 'Presented to the Officers 2nd Bn The Royal Warwickshire Regiment By Lieut Colonel F. C. Roberts on joining 6. 7. 27'. Diameter  read more 

Lot No:  25 (Silver)

Set of four Antique George IV Sterling Silver sauce tureens by Robert Garrard II, London 1824. The squat oval bodies with cast trompe l'oeil acanthus decoration where the feet and handles join, with gadrooned border to the rim and domed handles surmounted by cast finials. The bodies and lids with engraved crests of the Royal Fusiliers (City of London).  read more 

Lot No:  26 (Silver)

Pair of Antique George III Sterling Silver meat / poultry serving dishes by James Young, London 1789. Of shaped oval form with raised gadrooned borders. With engraved crests for the Royal Fusiliers. Diameter 41.5cm / 16.25". Silver weight 2720g / 87.5 troy oz.

Lot No:  27 (Silver)

Pair of Antique Victorian Sterling Silver meat / poultry serving dishes by Joseph Hodgson, London 1840. Of shaped oval form with raised gadrooned borders. With engraved crests for the Royal Fusiliers. Diameter 45cm / 17.5". Silver weight 3240g / 104.2 troy oz.

Lot No:  28 (Silver)

Antique George III Sterling Silver meat serving dish probably by Charles Hougham, London 1792. Of shaped oval form with a raised gadrooned border. With engraved crests for the Royal Fusiliers. Diameter 48cm / 19". Silver weight 1560g / 50.2 troy oz.

Lot No:  29 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver meat serving dish by Joseph Hodgson, London 1840. Of shaped oval form with a raised gadrooned border. With engraved crests for the Royal Fusiliers. Diameter 55cm / 21.5". Silver weight 2850g / 91.65 troy oz.

Lot No:  30 (Silver)

Antique George IV Sterling Silver meat serving dish by Robert Garrard II, London 1824. Of shaped oval form with a raised gadrooned border. With engraved crests for the Royal Fusiliers. Diameter 61.5cm / 24.25". Silver weight 3220g / 103.55 troy oz.

Lot No:  31 (Silver)

Antique Chinese Silver incense burner marked Arnold Sterling to the underside c1937. The body comprising three graduated bulbs, sitting atop three scrolling dragon mask feet, fitted with twin cast dragon handles. The body features chased and pierced blossom decoration interspersed with dragons, and the smallest bulb is removable acting as a lid. With  read more 

Lot No:  32 (Silver)

Regimental Antique Sterling Silver canteen of cutlery for thirty-six place settings by various makers and of various dates in the range 1820-1920. In an unusual and made-to-order pattern incorporating a cast crest for the Royal Lancashire Fusiliers ('Lancashire' pattern). Contents:36 dinner forks36 dessert forks36 dinner knives (steel blades, filled  read more 

Lot No:  33 (Silver)

Regimental Antique Sterling Silver canteen of cutlery by various makers and of various dates in the range 1820-1920. In Lancashire pattern with crests for the Royal Lancashire Fusiliers. For six place settings, comprising dinner forks, dessert forks, table / serving spoons and dessert spoons. Silver weight 2220g / 71.4 troy oz.

Lot No:  34 (Silver)

A large quantity of Antique Sterling Silver dinner and dessert knives by various makers of various dates. In Lancashire pattern with crests for the Royal Lancashire Fusiliers. With filled silver handles and steel blades, marked mostly for Carrington & Co.

Lot No:  35 (Silver)

A large quantity of Antique Sterling Silver table / serving spoons by various makers of various dates. In Lancashire pattern with crests for the Royal Lancashire Fusiliers. Length 23.5cm / 9.25". Silver weight 2810g / 90.35 troy oz.

Lot No:  36 (Silver)

A large quantity of Antique Sterling Silver dessert spoons by various makers of various dates. In Lancashire pattern with crests for the Royal Lancashire Fusiliers. Length 18cm / 7". Silver weight 2620g / 84.25 troy oz.

Lot No:  37 (Silver)

A large quantity of Antique Sterling Silver dessert forks by various makers of various dates. In Lancashire pattern with crests for the Royal Lancashire Fusiliers. Length 18.5cm / 7.25". Silver weight 3510g / 112.9 troy oz.

Lot No:  38 (Silver)

A large quantity of Antique Sterling Silver dinner forks by various makers of various dates. In Lancashire pattern with crests for the Royal Lancashire Fusiliers. Length 20.5cm / 8". Silver weight 4470g / 143.7 troy oz.

Lot No:  39 (Silver)

Rare Antique William IV - Victorian Sterling Silver double hallmarked fish slice by George Adams, London 1837 / 56. In Lancashire pattern, the handle with a cast crest of the Royal Lancashire Fusiliers. The blade has been later replaced by the original silversmith, George Adams, and as such the piece bears two full sets of hallmarks to the handle, for  read more 

Lot No:  40 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver canteen of cutlery by Henry Holland, London 1854. In Old English pattern, for six place settings, comprising dinner forks, dessert forks, table spoons, dessert spoons and teaspoons - missing one dessert fork. The terminals engraved for the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers. Silver weight 1420g / 46.65 troy oz.

Lot No:  41 (Silver)

Eight Antique Victorian Sterling Silver dinner forks by Henry Holland, London 1854. In Old English pattern, the terminals engraved for the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers. Length 20cm / 8". Silver weight 520g / 16.7 troy oz.

Lot No:  42 (Silver)

Eight Antique Victorian Sterling Silver table / serving spoons by Henry Holland, London 1854. In Old English pattern, the terminals engraved for the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers. Length 22cm / 8.75". Silver weight 550g / 17.7 troy oz.

Lot No:  43 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver canteen of cutlery by Josiah Williams & Co, London 1894. In Old English pattern for four place settings comprising dinner forks, dessert forks and dessert spoons. The handles engraved at the terminals with crests for the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers. Silver weight 600g / 19.3 troy oz.

Lot No:  44 (Silver)

A mixed lot of Regimental Antique Sterling Silver flatware to include nine dinner forks, six serving spoons and four teaspoons, with crests of various fusilier regiments. Silver weight 1160g / 37.3 troy oz.

Lot No:  45 (Silver)

A mixed lot of Antique Victorian Sterling Silver flatware by Henry Holland, London 1854. In Old English pattern, comprising eighteen dinner forks and eighteen table / serving spoons. Each engraved on the handle at the terminal with crests for the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers. Silver weight 2370g / 76.2 troy oz.

Lot No:  46 (Silver)

Forty-six Antique Sterling Silver fruit / dessert forks by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1901. With filled shell pattern handles, and silver prongs. Length 19cm / 7.5". Gross weight 2500g / 80.4 troy oz.

Lot No:  47 (Silver)

An antique Silver plated regimental canteen of cutlery for sixty place settings comprising dinner forks, dessert forks, dinner knives, dessert knives, dessert spoons, soup spoons, serving spoons and teaspoons.

Lot No:  48 (Silver)

Set of six Antique German Silver shot cups by N Krischer of Dusseldorf. Of tapering cylindrical form. Together with twelve white metal cocktail stirrers / straws with scalloped bowls.

Lot No:  49 (Silver)

A mixed lot of Antique Sterling Silver to include a mustard pot, pair of napkin rings, a thimble, and a large selection of flatware including spoons, tongs, forks, cocktail straws etc. Silver weight 495g / 15.91 troy oz.

Lot No:  50 (Silver)

Five Antique Arts & Crafts teaspoons by Daniel George Collins, Birmingham 1910. The handles with enamelled terminals in the Art Nouveau manner. Together with sets of six and three silver teaspoons, a pair of sugar tongs and another spoon. Silver weight 225g / 7.25 troy oz.

Lot No:  51 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver fish server set by Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1872. With ornately carved ivory handles depicting one fish eating another, and with finely pierced scrolling decoration on the blades, in a fitted presentation case. Together with another later Victorian fish serving set.

Lot No:  52 (Books & Ephemera)

Antique 19th Century French Silver fish slice marked circa 1815, with finely pierced and bright cut decoration and a turned wooden handle, together with an American silver soup ladle by Gorham Manufacturing Co, and a French silver serving spoon. Gross weight 425g / 13.65 troy oz.

Lot No:  53 (Silver)

Exceptional pair of Antique Victorian Sterling Silver salad servers by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1847. Of an unknown pattern, the reeded handles with ornately cast acorns, leaves and branches. Length 34cm / 13.5". Silver weight 660g / 21.2 troy oz.

Lot No:  54 (Silver)

Pair of Antique 19th Century French Silver punch ladles with stylised navette bowls and fancy cast handles with acanthus decoration. Length 40cm / 16". Silver weight 545g / 17.5 troy oz.

Lot No:  55 (Silver)

Rare Antique Provincial Irish Sterling Silver basting spoon by John Nicholson, Cork c1770. In Old English pattern, marked 'JN' twice and 'STERLING'. Initialed L to the handle. Length 32cm / 12.5". Silver weight 107g / 3.45 troy oz.

Lot No:  56 (Silver)

Rare & Unusual Antique George IV Irish Sterling Silver mutton / chop serving tongs by Laurence Keary, Dublin 1832. Retailed by Twycross. Comprising an articulated spoon and fork, with all evidence of construction pointing towards them having been made for purpose, probably to order. Crested to the fork neck with a horse rampant atop a Ducal coronet.  read more 

Lot No:  57 (Silver)

Rare Antique George III Sterling Silver dinner fork by Paul Storr, London 1816. In fiddle pattern, the handle initialed to the obverse 'JEB'. Length 21cm / 8.25". Silver weight 85g / 2.75 troy oz.

Lot No:  58 (Silver)

Pair of Antique Sterling Silver grape scissors by Tiffany & Co, New York c1860. The stylised handles with embossed ivy leaf decoration. Length 19cm / 7.5". Silver weight 92g / 2.95 troy oz.

Lot No:  59 (Silver)

Antique Italian Silver punch ladle town mark of Bergamo. With an elegant wooden handle surmounted by silver terminal, and with bifurcated neck adjoining the circular bowl. Length 47.5cm / 18.5".

Lot No:  60 (Silver)

Antique German Silver canteen of fish cutlery comprising six fish forks and six fish knives, the filled handles with cast floral decoration. Together with a similar set of fruit / dessert cutlery comprising six knives and forks, with Art Nouveau style floral decoration to the handles.

Lot No:  61 (Silver)

Antique German Silver part canteen of cutlery by Lazarus Posen Witwe, Berlin c1890. Comprising six dinner forks, six dinner knives, six teaspoons and six small softice / lemon teaspoons. With cast floral decoration to the handles. Weighable silver 705g / 22.7 troy oz.

Lot No:  62 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver canteen of dessert cutlery by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1886. Comprising twelve fruit / dessert forks and knives, with mother of pearl handles.

Lot No:  63 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver grape scissors by Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1899. With bright cut floral engraved decoration to the body, in a fitted presentation case. Together with a boxed, plated example. Lengths 17cm / 6.5". Silver weight 85g / 2.6 troy oz.

Lot No:  64 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver caddy spoon by H J Lias & Son, London 1849. With scalloped bowl, together with three King's pattern teaspoons. Silver weight 137g / 4.4 troy oz.

Lot No:  65 (Silver)

Pair of Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver candlesticks by William Hutton & Sons, London 1906. In George II style with stylised, weighted square bases featuring shell decoration, with shaped columns and removable sconces. Height 30.5cm / 12".

Lot No:  66 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Silver plated 5 piece tea & coffee service by G R Collis & Co of Regent Street, London. Comprising teapot, coffee pot, water jug, milk jug and sugar bowl, the bodies all with finely engine turned engraving, featuring cartouche engraved with a depiction of a Castle gatehouse. Both the coffee pot and teapot feature cast finials depicting  read more 

Lot No:  67 (Silver)

Antique George III Sterling Silver cruet stand by William Abdy, London 1796. Of oval form on four feet, with seven silver mounted cut glass bottles for oil, vinegar, sugar, cayenne, etc.

Lot No:  68 (Silver)

Set of four Antique George III Sterling Silver salt cellars by Richard Mills, London 1761. Of oval cauldron form with shaped, stylised rims, each on four tall shell and scroll feet, with gilt interiors. Diameter 9cm / 3.5". Silver weight 645g / 20.75 troy oz.

Lot No:  69 (Silver)

Set of four Antique George II Sterling Silver salt cellars by Edward Wood, London 1734 and 1736. Of cauldron from each on three stepped feet, the bodies with turned rims. One initialed to the underneath 'R H'. Diameter 7.5cm / 3". Silver weight 297g / 9.55 troy oz.

Lot No:  70 (Books & Ephemera)

Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver cigar box by Charles & Richard Comyns, London 1903. Of rectangular form with wooden lining and engine turned decoration to the lid. Diameter 19.5cm / 7.75". Gross weight 598g.

Lot No:  71 (Silver)

Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver chamberstick by Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1905. With shaped shell border and scrolling handle, with original snuffer. Diameter 18cm / 7". Silver weight 235g / 7.55 troy oz.

Lot No:  72 (Silver)

Pair of Vintage Greek Silver chambersticks / candle holders by Lalaounis. On brass bases, with hand hammer silver mounts. Length 13.5cm / 5.25".

Lot No:  73 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver claret jug by William & George Sissons, Sheffield 1868. The tapering glass body with panelled decoration, with elegant silver mounting at the rim, featuring high relief floral motifs. The domed, hinged lid surmounted by a pierced floral thumbpiece, and the body fitted with an acanthus capped, stylised handle. Height  read more 

Lot No:  74 (Silver)

Vintage Elizabeth II Sterling Silver comport dish / tazza by Viners, Sheffield 1962. Of shaped octagonal form on a circular foot, the body with pierced decoration. Diameter 21cm / 8". Silver weight 262.1g / 8.45 troy oz.

Lot No:  75 (Silver)

Antique George V Sterling Silver coffee pot by S W Smith & Co, Birmingham 1921. In the George III style, of plain baluster form on a circular foot, with scrolling wooden handle and domed hinged lid. Height 27cm / 10.5". Gross weight 853g / 27.45 troy oz.

Lot No:  76 (Silver)

Antique Norwegian Silver trophy cup / vase of tapering cylindrical form on a stepped octagonal and circular base. Height 23cm / 9". Gross weight 434g / 13.95 troy oz.

Lot No:  77 (Silver)

Antique George V Sterling Silver cigar box by William Adams Ltd, Birmingham 1934. Of rectangular form on four feet, with engine turned decoration to the lid. Diameter 17cm / 6.5".

Lot No:  78 (Silver)

Antique Victorian Silver plated smoker's desk set maker's mark JGS. Of oval form on four cast feet, with tobacco barrel, match tidy compartments, removable ash tray and cigar holder rack. Diameter 23cm / 9".

Lot No:  79 (Silver)

A 19th Century Islamic Silver rosewater sprinkler probably Persian. With ornately chased spherical body on a circular pedestal foot, with long tapering neck. Together with a continental silver kiddush cup and an English silver wine taster / sommelier's cup. Silver weight 279g / 9 troy oz.

Lot No:  80 (Silver)

Antique George III Sterling Silver sugar castor / muffineer by Samuel Davenport, London 1799. Of baluster form, on a large pedestal foot, with beaded borders and a pierced, engraved lid. Together with two later castors, one round and one octagonal. Silver weight 417g / 13.4 troy oz.

Lot No:  81 (Silver)

Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver replica cup by J Heming & Co, London 1905. Modeled after the Nestor Cup, discovered by Dr Schliemann in a tomb in Mycenae, Greece. The original c1400BC. Height 15cm / 6". Silver weight 293g / 9.45 troy oz.

Lot No:  82 (Silver)

Antique George IV Sterling Silver cup by William Bateman, London 1823. Of tapering form, the half fluted body embellished with high relief foliate scrolls, on a stylised pedestal foot, and with gilt interior. Height 15.5cm / 6.25". Silver weight 281g / 9.05 troy oz.

Lot No:  83 (Silver)

Large Modernist Novelty Sterling Silver Mushroom 'Sleeping Beauty' by Christopher Lawrence, London 1981. The statue modelled as a mushroom atop a tapering stone base, with textured, gilt cap which raises to reveal a scene from Disney's Sleeping Beauty with Prince Phillip leaning over to kiss and wake the sleeping Princess Aurora, who is laid in bed  read more 

Lot No:  84 (Silver)

Novelty Modernist Sterling Silver 'father christmas' mushroom by Christopher Lawrence, London 198?. The statue modelled as a mushroom atop a slate base, with gilt body and removable lid, revealing a cast scene inside depicting Father Christmas with a stocking, highlighted in red enamel. Height 13cm / 5". Gross weight 265g / 8.5 troy oz.

Lot No:  85 (Silver)

Novelty Sterling Silver egg by Peter Nicholas, London 1989. The body decorated with wavy engine turned decoration, the interior with a cast spray of daffodils. Height 6cm / 2.5". Silver weight 98g / 3.15 troy oz.

Lot No:  86 (Silver)

A Spectacular Art Nouveau Sterling Silver bowl / centrepiece by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1902. Of circular form, with lobed sections, on a pedestal foot, the body decorated with chased art nouveau flowers, and fitted with four stylised handles. Diameter 37cm / 14.5". Silver weight 2830g / 91 troy oz.

Lot No:  87 (Silver)

Pair of Art Nouveau Sterling Silver candlesticks by Liberty & Co, Birmingham 1902. From the Cymric range, the design attributed to Rex Silver, with large circular bases and tapering stems featuring openwork, surmounted by a bulbous terminal with stylised floral decoration. Removable sconces. Height 20cm / 7.75". Silver weight 560g / 18 troy oz.Note:  read more 

Lot No:  88 (Silver)

An exceptional pair of Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver sugar castors by Omar Ramsden, London 1934. Of octagonal form, with hammered finish etc etc. Height 22cm / 8.5". Silver weight 1230g / 39.55 troy oz.

Lot No:  89 (Silver)

An Antique Danish Silver Inkwell and stand by Georg Jensen, Copenhagen 1919. The tapering, hand hammered body with domed, hinged lid, on a large circular stand. Diameter 21cm / 8". Silver weight 809g / 26 troy oz.

Lot No:  90 (Silver)

Pair of Antique Danish Sterling Silver saucepans by Michelsen / Georg Jensen, Copenhagen 1908. Of circular form, the half fluted bodies with engraved swags and garlands. Length (incl handles) 31cm / 12". Gross weight 1070g / 34.4 troy oz.

Lot No:  91 (Silver)

Antique Danish Sterling Silver bowl / centrepiece by Georg Jensen, Copenhagen c1940. Of plain, circular form with a hand hammered finish and turned lip, on a colet foot. Diameter 23.5cm / 9.25". Silver weight 778g / 25 troy oz.

Lot No:  92 (Silver)

Antique Danish Sterling Silver three piece tea set and tray by Georg Jensen, Copenhagen. Comprising teapot, sugar bowl, milk / cream jug and tea tray. With hand hammered finishes to the bodies, each on three feet, on an incuse corner rectangular tray. Gross weight 1940g / 62.4 troy oz.

Lot No:  93 (Silver)

Set of six modernist Sterling Silver goblets by Gerald Benney, London 1966. Each liqueur cup of conical form on a tapering stem with circular foot, the bodies with Benney's signature textured decoration. Height 12.5cm / 5". Silver weight 797g / 25.6 troy oz.

Lot No:  94 (Silver)

Pair of modernist Sterling Silver wine bottle coasters by Gerald Benney, London 1974. Of plain circular form, with silver walls around wooden bases, featuring textured decoration half way up the bodies. Diameter 16cm / 6.25". Gross weight 974g.

Lot No:  95 (Silver)

Contemporary designer Spanish Sterling Silver candelabra by Damian Garrido c2000. The sculptural piece in two parts, which interlock or stand separately as candlesticks. Garrido produced a limited run of only 30 individually designed candelabra, of which this is number 10. Height 28cm / 11". Silver weight 3500g / 112.55 troy oz.

Lot No:  96 (Silver)

Antique Sterling Silver statue of a sea gull by Berthold Muller, import marks for London 1910. Cast in detail, modelled as a sea gull with its head bowed and wings splayed. Height 32cm / 12.5".

Lot No:  97 (Bronze)

A Silvered bronze statue of an American bald eagle cast in detail to show the eagle with its wings splayed, on a domed, wooden base. Height 20cm / 8".

Lot No:  98 (Books & Ephemera)

Rare & Unusual Silver plated Easi-Nest stacking tea set circa 1945, designed by Cyril Shiner (1908-1989) comprising teapot, hot water jug, sugar bowl and cream jug, designed intuitively in such a way that all the pieces stack together. An example can be found in the Victoria & Albert museum, M.30-2001.

Lot No:  99 (Silver)

Set of Antique Art Deco Silver plated entree dishes by Mappin & Webb, the bodies with stepped designs and wooden handles.

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Antiques, Art & Collectables Auction

Mon, 3rd April 2017 at 3:00pm

Antiques, Art & Collectables Auction

Mon, 10th April 2017 at 1:00pm

Antiques, Art & Collectables Auction

Mon, 17th April 2017 at 3:00pm