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TWO DAY SILVER, JEWELLERY, ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES, FURNITURE AND MILITARIA AUCTION
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EX14 1LX
United Kingdom
TWO DAY SILVER, JEWELLERY, ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES, FURNITURE AND MILITARIA AUCTION

ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES AND MILITARIA

Auction dates
Apr 20, 2022 10:30 AM BST
Lots: 1 - 549
Apr 21, 2022 10:30 AM BST
Lots: 550 - 1307
Viewing dates
Apr 14, 2022 09:30 AM - 04:00 PM BST
Apr 18, 2022 10:00 AM - 01:00 PM BST
Apr 19, 2022 09:30 AM - 04:00 PM BST
Auction currency
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There are 1254 lots within this auction
Primary Category
Category
Brand
Item Type
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PETER & WILLIAM BATEMAN: A heavy George III silver cup. London 1810. Approx. 230 grams. Est. £
240 GBP
250 - 300 GBP
Estimate
A George III silver cream jug / gravy boat. London 1804. By Cornelius Bland. Approx. 99 grams.
80 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A heavy and fine quality George III silver fruit / bread basket. Sheffield 1808. By JT Young, Walker
980 GBP
1,000 - 1,500 GBP
Estimate
EDINBURGH: A pair of Scottish silver egg cups. 1979. By Hamilton and Inches. Approx. 65 grams.
75 GBP
60 - 80 GBP
Estimate
EDINBURGH: A pair of Scottish silver toddy ladles. 1813. By John Miller and Co. Approx. 71 grams.
0 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A heavy silver and green enamel case. Birmingham 1932. By William Neale and Son. Approx. 92 grams.
130 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A silver flask of rectangular form. Birmingham 1926. By William Neale and Son. Approx. 35 grams.
0 GBP
120 - 150 GBP
Estimate
A Victorian silver flask of circular form. London 1882. By Sampson Mordan and Co. Approx. 34
0 GBP
120 - 150 GBP
Estimate
A heavy George III glass dressing table box of square form with pierced silver lid. London 1827.
60 GBP
60 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A heavy George III glass dressing table box of rectangular form with pierced silver lid. London
50 GBP
60 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A heavy George III glass dressing table box of rectangular form with pierced silver lid. London
55 GBP
60 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A silver mounted glass mustard pot and spoon. Birmingham 1936. By William Neale and Son. Est. £
45 GBP
50 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A George III silver gilt purse shaped vinaigrette. Birmingham 1817. Approx. 9 grams. Est. £250 - £
0 GBP
250 - 300 GBP
Estimate
EDINBURGH: A heavy Scottish silver soup ladle. 1912. By Hamilton and Inches. Approx. 230 grams. Est.
160 GBP
150 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A Victorian silver tea caddy with pull-off lid. Birmingham 1886. By Charles Weale. Approx. 95 grams.
0 GBP
140 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A fine pair of George III silver sugar tongs with bright cut decoration. London circa 1790. Maker’
36 GBP
50 - 80 GBP
Estimate
An unusual pair of silver grape scissors. Birmingham 1969. Approx. 47 grams. Est. £50 - £80.
50 GBP
50 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A hinged Edwardian silver box. Birmingham 1901. Approx. 28 grams. Est. £80 - £120.
65 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A rare silver cocktail spoon of spiralled form. London 1991. By CJW. Approx. 17 grams. Est. £30 - £
32 GBP
30 - 50 GBP
Estimate
A large George III silver wine goblet. London 1793. By Samuel Godbehere and Edward Wigan. Approx.
0 GBP
800 - 1,200 GBP
Estimate
A George II silver brandy pan with heart shaped embossed decoration to handle. London 1733. By
500 GBP
400 - 500 GBP
Estimate
A Continental silver and enamel cigarette case. Marked to interior. Approx. 125 grams. Est. £
0 GBP
400 - 500 GBP
Estimate
A heavy silver cigar case. Birmingham 1918. By Alexander Clark and Co. Approx. 226 grams. Est. £
145 GBP
150 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A set of four cased silver napkin rings. Numbered 14. Sheffield 1922. By Thomas Bradbury and Sons.
0 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A set of six cased Norwegian silver and enamel spoons. Approx. 60 grams. Est. £120 - £150.
110 GBP
120 - 150 GBP
Estimate
STUART DEVLIN: A silver and silver gilt ‘surprise’ hatching chick egg. London 1971. Approx. 153
360 GBP
400 - 500 GBP
Estimate
A silver cigarette case with gold inlay. Birmingham 1945. By Smith and Bartlam. Approx. 45 grams.
45 GBP
50 - 80 GBP
Estimate
An early 20th Century silver wine taster. Approx. 24 grams. Est. £30 - £50.
30 GBP
30 - 50 GBP
Estimate
A heavy 19th Century French silver wine taster. Approx. 140 grams. Est. £150 - £180.
0 GBP
150 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A heavy silver wine taster. London 1929. By D and J Well Ltd. Approx. 52 grams. Est. £100 - £120.
95 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A French silver wine taster. Marked to handle. Approx. 101 grams. Est. £100 - £120.
90 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A 19th Century French silver wine taster with early French coin to centre. Approx. 93 grams. Est. £
120 GBP
120 - 150 GBP
Estimate
An American silver heart shaped frame. Est. £50 - £80.
50 GBP
50 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A chased silver frame with bird decoration. London 1986. By Keyford Frames Ltd. Approx. grams.
50 GBP
50 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A silver pierced frame with floral decoration. Approx. grams. Est. £30 - £50.
50 GBP
30 - 50 GBP
Estimate
A silver handled three piece silver carving set. Sheffield 1923. By John Batt. Est. £80 - £120.
100 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A pair of Continental engraved silver goblets. Approx. 89 grams. Est. £80 - £120.
80 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
GEORGE GRANT MACDONALD: A contemporary silver goblet. London 1972. Approx. 146 grams. Est. £250 - £
0 GBP
250 - 300 GBP
Estimate
CHESTER: A silver sifter spoon in the form of a chick. 1901. Approx. 20 grams. Est. £150 - £180.
140 GBP
150 - 180 GBP
Estimate
BRIAN FULLER: A cased silver napkin. Squirrel hallmark. London 1996. Approx. 43 grams. Est. £40 - £
34 GBP
40 - 60 GBP
Estimate
A good silver pin cushion in the form of a hedgehog. Approx. 12 grams. Est. £200- £250.
200 GBP
200 - 250 GBP
Estimate
A George III silver teapot with bright cut decoration to body. London 1777.Approx. 366 grams.
300 GBP
300 - 400 GBP
Estimate
A heavy silver sugar caster of spiralled design. Sheffield 1940. By Harrison Brothers. Approx. 135
100 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A mixed lot of silver figures of reptiles and insects. Approx. 78 grams. Est. £80 - £120.
85 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A large silver mounted horseshoe. Birmingham 1907. Est. £150 - £180.
0 GBP
150 - 180 GBP
Estimate
An Edwardian silver engine turned snuff box with gilt interior. Birmingham 1860. By Alfred Taylor.
140 GBP
150 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A silver chased sifter spoon. London. By Richard Comyns. Approx. 45 grams. Est. £35 - £40.
34 GBP
35 - 40 GBP
Estimate
A silver pierced sifter spoon. 1900. Approx. 21 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
18 GBP
20 - 30 GBP
Estimate
CHESTER: A silver double sovereign case. 1923 . By EJ Trevitt and Sons. Approx. 29 grams. Est. £
0 GBP
140 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A combination silver vesta case and sovereign holder. Birmingham 190 . By William Hutton and Sons.
150 GBP
150 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A Victorian silver tea infuser on suspension chain. By Job Frank Hall. Approx. 43 grams. Est. £150 -
140 GBP
150 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A good George III bright cut pair of sugar tongs . By Stephen Adams. Approx. 29 grams. Est. £30 - £
24 GBP
30 - 50 GBP
Estimate
TIFFANY & CO: A heavy and stylish silver dish in the form of an apple. Approx. 156 grams. Est. £
280 GBP
300 - 400 GBP
Estimate
A heavy silver armada dish. By Mappin and Webb. Approx. 171 grams. Est. £120 - £150.
120 GBP
120 - 150 GBP
Estimate
A silver slip top spoon. Approx. 84 grams. Est. £50 - £80.
50 GBP
50 - 80 GBP
Estimate
OF ECCLESIASTICAL INTEREST: An unusual Art Nouveau plaque. London 1906. By Joseph Bladon. Approx. 70
0 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
Estimate
A rare silver and glass kaleidoscope. London 1994. By Langford Silver Galleries. Approx. 230
280 GBP
300 - 400 GBP
Estimate
A silver and glass jar. Birmingham 1923. By John Collard Vickery. Est. £50 - £80.
45 GBP
50 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A large engraved silver frame. Birmingham 1916. By Mappin and Webb. Est. £80 - £120.
80 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A silver picture frame with beaded border. London 1994. By BSC. Est. £30 - £50.
34 GBP
30 - 50 GBP
Estimate