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Silver & Jewellery Followed By Antiques, Fine Art & Collectables.
Silver & Jewellery Followed By Antiques, Fine Art & Collectables.
Lot 53An Asprey cased set of dress studs and cuff links to include a pair of 18ct gold, platinum, mother of pearl and diamond cuff links, with a single matching dress stud, and three dress studs with central cabochon green gemstone (possibly nephrite) and yellow metal, in original velvet and silk lined Asprey box.
Lot 54AA 9ct gold flat link bracelet with box clasp, with textured detail to each link, 18 cm long, together with a 9ct gold necklace with cable chain and gem set pendant, chain 44 cm long, and a yellow metal floral brooch with turquoise cabochon, tests as 9ct gold, combined weight 15 g.
Lot 56A Samson Mordan 9ct gold retractable pencil with cover, together with a 9ct gold axe pendant, two gold retractable toothpicks (both test as 9ct), a 9ct gold mounted cheroot in case with silver holder, and a retractable silver cocktail swizzle stick, combined weight of the pendant and three gold retractables: 26 g.
Lot 60A George III silver tea pot and sugar bowl by Joseph Angell I, London 1816, designed with part fluted bulbous bodies on paw feet, the teapot with acanthus detail to spout and handle, the twin handled sugar bowl with acanthus detail to handles, teapot 15 cm high x 29 cm long, sugar bowl 22 cm wide, combined weight 1032 g
teapot: ivory cracked to handle, repair to finial on lid (it was previously broken off), deep bruises to one side of the body, a few other bruises and nicks here and there, surface scratches commensurate with age
Sugar bowl: bruise to one side of the body, a few other minor ones, surface scratches commensurate with age.
Lot 61An Edwardian silver cased hors d'oeuvres set by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1902, comprising twelve two pronged forks and eleven matching knives, within original velvet and silk fitted case
Condition report: the forks only have silver handles, two knives with handles coming a bit loose, no breaks to the silver or piercing, there are dents, bruises and surface scratches commensurate with age, the case has tears to the leather and surface scratches, the right edge of the box comes off..
Lot 62A cased christening white metal cutlery set, with indistinct hallmarks, makers initials to the knife read 'M.P', each with cast figural finials, within a velvet and silk lined fitted case, combined weight 140 g
Condition report: does not test as silver, a few holes to the back of the bowl on the spoon (where the rat tail detail meets the bowl), hole to the handle and to the side of the finial on the knife, some nicks and dents to the silver commensurate with age.
Lot 63A Victorian silver circular salver by Hukin & Heath, London 1891, with beaded rim and gadrooned border, the centre engraved with monogram, 30.5 cm diameter
Condition report: surface scratches commensurate with age and wear, no breaks or holes, a few nicks, some pitting to the gadrooned border (where it meets the central plate).
Lot 64A small collection of miscellaneous silver spoons to include a set of nine Mappin and Webb egg spoons, London 1932, with five similar design spoons by other makers, six mismatched teaspoons of various dates, a small group of silver and silver plate wine labels to include one Brandy silver label by Asprey, and three Georgian silver ones, and white metal toothpicks, combined silver weight 420 g
Condition report: two Mappin & Webb spoons with damaged bowls, some of the other spoons have bent bowls, overall surface scratches and wear to most pieces.
Lot 65A pair of Edwardian silver sauce boats by Charles Horner, Birmingham 1904, with c scroll handle, on three spade feet, 11 cm high x 17.5 cm long, combined weight 380 g
Condition report: some small bruises to the body of both saucers, a few nicks, one of the saucers with detached lower part of handle where it should be touching the bowl, surface scratches commensurate with age.
Lot 69A group of seven silver vesta cases, to include Victorian examples and early 20th century ones, earliest date is 1892, latest date 1939, three engraved with floral details, two plain, one engine turned and the other with embossed rocaille motif, combined weight 140 g, together with a white metal vesta (probably plated).
Lot 70A George III silver and silver gilt miniature vinaigrette by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1810, of rectangular form with bright cut floral decorations to the case and initials WN, gilt interior with gilt floral grid, 2.5 cm wide
Condition report: surface scratches, the grid is a bit bent, no breaks, a few nicks, no apparent signs of repair.
Lot 71A group of eight silver vesta cases, dates ranging from 1899 to 1925, comprising models with turned engine detail, and others with engraved floral decorations, together with two silver small cigarette cases, both dated 1922, one with engine turned decoration, the other with engraved inscription, combined weight 160 g.
Lot 73A Victorian silver teapot by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1894, together with another Victorian silver teapot by Hukin & Heath, London 1896, both with half fluted body, and turned wood finial and handle, combined weight 1015 g
the bulbous teapot (1896) with broken off handle, spout is bent, bruise to body, surface scratches
the other teapot (1894) with cracked handle in multiple areas (one part reglued) and to the finial. The finial is loose, lid is a little warped, surface scratches.
Lot 75A cased set of George V silver fish knives and forks by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1923, comprising twelve of each, in the Onslow pattern with monogram M to handles, within a fitted mahogany and burr walnut box with inlaid brass cartouche to the lid, combined weight of all cutlery 1430 g
Condition report: overall good condition, some surface wear and scratches commensurate with age, a few nicks, no breaks.
The case has cracks, notably a vertical deep crack to the lid, and a smaller horizontal one, surface mark and scratches.
Lot 82A cased set of Victorian silver fish servers by Allen & Darwin Sheffield 1896, with engraved floral details and ivory handles, together with a pair of Edwardian silver pierced floral baskets, 1904, and a pair of silver shell shaped butter dishes on ball feet, combined silver weight 240 g.
Lot 85A late Victorian silver bonbon basket by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1900, with hooped handle, embossed scrolls and foliage, pierced grid, on four feet, 25 cm wide, together with a 20th century silver sugar sifter by Payne & Son, London 1960, with Celtic frieze decoration, on a circular base, 15 cm high, combined weight 428 g
basket: deep bruises and bent corners to the base of the basket, one end bent
sifter: bruised lid, bent finial, minor bruise to body.
Lot 86A small collection of miscellaneous silver to include a twin handled bowl by Samuel Walton Smith, Birmingham 1898, a christening cup by Robert Hennell IV, 1870, a caddy spoon, 1911, a pair of Victorian silver fish server handles (one with plated prongs), a white metal salt holder with blue glass liners, on paw feet, and three silver spoons, combined weighable silver weight 500 g, the salt holder 150 g (untested), together with plated cutlery.