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TWO DAY SILVER, JEWELLERY, ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES, FURNITURE AND MILITARIA AUCTION
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Honiton, Devon
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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A circular silver picture frame. Birmingham 1924. By Deykin and Harrison. Est. £40 - £60.
40 GBP
40 - 60 GBP
Estimate
A heavy pair of silver asparagus tongs. Birmingham 1934. By Elkington and Co. Approx. 170 grams.
120 GBP
140 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A large engine turned silver vesta case. Birmingham 1921. By John Collard Vickery. Approx. 54 grams.
40 GBP
40 - 60 GBP
Estimate
A silver fluted caddy spoon with shell decoration. Birmingham 1900. By SFS. Approx. 13 grams.
30 GBP
20 - 30 GBP
Estimate
A heavy silver pierced sifter spoon with spiralled handle. Approx. 19 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
18 GBP
20 - 30 GBP
Estimate
A pair of silver forks with stone ends. Birmingham 1920. Approx. 10 grams. Est. £30 - £50.
34 GBP
30 - 50 GBP
Estimate
A heavy 19th Century French decorative figural silver sifter spoon. Approx. 67 grams. Est. £100 - £
90 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A heavy silver vase. Birmingham 1956. Approx. 89 grams. Est. £40 - £60.
0 GBP
40 - 60 GBP
Estimate
A silver wine funnel. London 2003. By H&S. Approx. 108 grams. Est. £80 - £120.
80 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A silver picture frame. Birmingham. By B&Co. Est. £20 - £30.
20 GBP
20 - 30 GBP
Estimate
A silver chamber stick. Birmingham. Approx. 92 grams. Est. £10 - £20.
10 GBP
10 - 20 GBP
Estimate
A matched set of four cased silver wine labels. London 2000. By CR&S. Approx. 34 grams. Est. £
85 GBP
70 - 90 GBP
Estimate
A heavy Chinese silver mirror. Marked to side. Est. £160 - £180.
140 GBP
160 - 180 GBP
Estimate
GEORG JENSEN: A Danish silver dish of typical form. Marked to base. Approx. 47 grams. Est. £80 - £
70 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A George III silver vinaigrette. Birmingham 1818. By T Simpson and Son. Approx. 9 grams. Est. £100 -
90 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A George III silver wine label. By Joseph Wilmore. Approx. 14 grams. Est. £80 - £120.
80 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
TIFFANY & CO: A silver cased christening spoon and fork. .Approx. 82 grams. Est. £100 - £120.
0 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
CHESTER: An engraved silver card case. 1906. By Walker and Hall. Approx. 55 grams. Est. £80 - £120.
75 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A rare chased silver combination vesta and sovereign case. Birmingham 1903. By Samuel M Levi.
160 GBP
140 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A rare novelty toy lighter in the form of a kettle. London 1901. By Strokes and Ireland Ltd. Approx.
190 GBP
200 - 250 GBP
Estimate
A finely chased Victorian silver caddy spoon with vine decoration. London 1839. By Elizabeth
400 GBP
400 - 500 GBP
Estimate
A Chinese silver salt with chased dragon handles. Approx. 23 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
18 GBP
20 - 30 GBP
Estimate
A Victorian silver chased scent bottle with suspension chain. Birmingham 1888. Approx. 11 grams.
45 GBP
30 - 40 GBP
Estimate
A George III silver vinaigrette in the form of a purse. Birmingham 1818. By John Lily Approx. 8
0 GBP
150 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A chased silver vinaigrette decorated with flowers. Birmingham 1825. By Joseph Wilmore. Approx. 7
120 GBP
120 - 150 GBP
Estimate
A silver box. Approx. 20 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
14 GBP
20 - 30 GBP
Estimate
A fine quality Chinese silver pepper decorated with bamboo and flowers. Marked to base. Approx. 26
32 GBP
30 - 50 GBP
Estimate
A silver quaich with pierced handles. Sheffield 1933 . By Emilie Viner. Approx. 99 grams. Est. £70 -
65 GBP
70 - 100 GBP
Estimate
A pair of silver peppers. Approx. 21 grams. Est. £30 - £50.
24 GBP
30 - 50 GBP
Estimate
A large Chinese silver cocktail spoon with bamboo decoration. Approx. 10 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
18 GBP
20 - 30 GBP
Estimate
A heavy Victorian silver cream jug with chased top. London 1841. By John James Keith. Approx. 257
150 GBP
160 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A silver toy model of a guitar. Approx. 10 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
0 GBP
20 - 30 GBP
Estimate
A silver mounted glass jar. Birmingham 1911. By Henry Matthews. Est. £15 - £20.
20 GBP
15 - 20 GBP
Estimate
A heavy finely engraved silver model of a sombrero. Approx. 82 grams. Est. £60 - £80.
55 GBP
60 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A Victorian silver mounted glass lemonade jug. Est. £150 - £200.
130 GBP
150 - 200 GBP
Estimate
A silver letter opener inset with coin bearing import marks. Approx. 30 grams. Est. £25 - £35.
26 GBP
25 - 35 GBP
Estimate
CHESTER: A silver stamp case. 1906. By A E Jones. Approx. 4 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
22 GBP
20 - 30 GBP
Estimate
A silver mounted glass jar with stone decoration. Birmingham 1962. By BE&Co. Est. £10 - £20.
10 GBP
10 - 20 GBP
Estimate
A plain silver George III mug. London 1771. By William and James Priest. Approx. 167 grams. Est. £
280 GBP
300 - 400 GBP
Estimate
A large George III silver teapot. London 1802. By Alice and George Burrows. Approx. 385 grams.
400 GBP
400 - 500 GBP
Estimate
A heavy Victorian silver caddy with double compartment. London 1862. By C F Hancock. Approx. 731
900 GBP
900 - 1,000 GBP
Estimate
A George III silver cream jug. London 1805. By Robert Sallam. Approx. 226 grams. Est. £140 - £180.
130 GBP
140 - 180 GBP
Estimate
EDINBURGH: A heavy George III Scottish silver mounted glass cruet. 1767. By William Davie. Est. £400
400 GBP
400 - 500 GBP
Estimate
A heavy George III silver mug. London 1773. By John Jacob. Approx. 329 grams. Est. £600 - £800.
600 GBP
600 - 800 GBP
Estimate
DUBLIN: A rare Irish silver caddy being a copy of Gleninsheen Gorget. 1973. Approx. 33 grams.
45 GBP
50 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A fine and rare pair of George I silver tea caddies. Britannia Standard. By Simon Pantin. London
2,500 GBP
2,500 - 3,500 GBP
Estimate
A George III swing handled silver sweetmeat basket. London 1791. By Henry Chawner. Approx. 179
250 GBP
250 - 350 GBP
Estimate
A mid- 18th Century Georgian chased silver snuff box. Maker’s mark ‘EC’ to lid. Approx. 39 grams.
250 GBP
250 - 350 GBP
Estimate
A pair of silver George III silver casters. London 1790. By George Giles. Approx. 150 grams. Est. £
280 GBP
250 - 350 GBP
Estimate
A good George III silver crested dinner plate. London 1767. By Sebastian and James Crespell. Approx.
380 GBP
400 - 500 GBP
Estimate
An early 18th Century silver caster. Apparently unmarked. Approx. 49 grams. Est. £100 - £120.
95 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A fine silver cake server. London 1783. By William Adby. Approx. 745 grams. Est. £180 - £220.
170 GBP
180 - 220 GBP
Estimate
A rare Provincial silver shovel shaped caddy spoon. Maker’s mark ‘JL’. Approx. 16 grams. Est. £
85 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A 17th Century Provincial silver seal top spoon. Approx. 41 grams. Est. £600 - £800.
600 GBP
600 - 800 GBP
Estimate
A set of six silver forks. London 1818 / 19. By Eley and Fearn. Approx. 306 grams. Est. £150 - £
180 GBP
150 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A silver shovel shaped caddy spoon with MOP handle. Birmingham 1810. By William Pugh. Approx. 9
55 GBP
60 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A fine silver caddy spoon with round bowl. Birmingham 1810. By William Pugh. Est. £70 - £80.
100 GBP
70 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A rare silver caddy spoon. Birmingham 1805. By Samuel Pemberton. Approx. 6 grams. Est. £70 - £90.
70 GBP
70 - 90 GBP
Estimate
A silver caddy spoon with oval bowl. Birmingham 1806. By William Pugh. Approx. 7 grams. Est. £
70 GBP
70 - 90 GBP
Estimate
A rare round finely engraved silver vesta case. Birmingham 1905. Approx. 20 grams. Est. £40 - £60.
75 GBP
40 - 60 GBP
Estimate