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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
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There are 1254 lots within this auction
Primary Category
Category
Brand
Item Type
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A good clearly marked George II silver marrow scoop. London 1749. By Edward Bennett JR. Approx. 34
110 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
An early 19th Century horn shaped silver and glass vinaigrette. Approx. 32 grams. Est. £100 - £120.
100 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A Victorian green glass silver mounted horn shaped scent bottle and stopper. Approx. 14 grams.
95 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A rare silver pencil in the form of a gun dated July 6 1840. By Sampson Mordan. Approx. 5 grams.
180 GBP
90 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A large silver pencil in the form of a sarcophagus. Approx. 25 grams. Est. £100 - £120.
170 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A Swedish silver pill box with sliding opening mechanism to top. Approx. 17 grams. Est. £40 - £60.
36 GBP
40 - 60 GBP
Estimate
Two early three prong silver forks. London. Approx. 57 grams. Est. £100 - £120.
95 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
DUBLIN: An early Irish silver spoon dated probably 1736?. By John Taylor. Approx. 71 grams. Est. £70
65 GBP
70 - 90 GBP
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A rare set of four early dog nose silver spoons. London 1699. Approx. 248 grams. Est. £800 - £1200.
0 GBP
800 - 1,200 GBP
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A silver wine label for ‘Sherry’. (King’s head only). By SH. Approx. 11 grams. Est. £50 - £80.
45 GBP
50 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A silver caddy spoon with MOP handle. Birmingham 1896. By William Pugh. Approx. 7 grams. Est. £
55 GBP
60 - 80 GBP
Estimate
EXETER: An extremely rare 17th Century silver beaker. Circa 1695 / 1700. By John Elston. Approx.
3,200 GBP
3,000 - 4,000 GBP
Estimate
A good plain George II silver salver. London 1733. By Robert Abercrombie. Approx. 730 grams. Est. £
670 GBP
700 - 800 GBP
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A heavy Georgian silver salver. London. By William Bateman. Approx. 575 grams. Est. £550 - £650.
530 GBP
550 - 650 GBP
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A fine quality silver gilt sauce ladle with chased scene to handle. Approx. 77 grams. Est. £100 - £
85 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A good pair of George II silver Hanoverian pattern sauce ladles. London 1755/57. Approx. 82 grams.
80 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A Georgian silver sauce ladle. London 1815. Approx. 10 grams. Est. £25 - £35.
22 GBP
25 - 35 GBP
Estimate
A heavy pair of crested George III silver chamber sticks with gadroon rims. London 1813. By
1,050 GBP
1,100 - 1,200 GBP
Estimate
EXETER: An impressive pair of silver basting spoons. 1858. By John Stone. Approx. 270 grams. Est. £
180 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
Estimate
A delightful silver and MOP bookmark. Birmingham circa 1890s. Approx. 7 grams. Est. £50 - £80.
50 GBP
50 - 80 GBP
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A good George III silver salver. London 1774. By John Carter. Approx. 506 grams. Est. £400 - £600.
400 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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A fine silver salver with fancy border. London 1769. By Ebenezer Coker. Approx. 319 grams. Est. £300
0 GBP
300 - 400 GBP
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A fine quality Coburg pattern silver trowel / cake slice. London 1828. By Charles Eley. Approx.
0 GBP
500 - 800 GBP
Estimate
A 19th Century French silver wine taster with central coin. Approx. 60 grams. Est. £80 - £120.
70 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A good OE pattern silver meat server. London 1886. By Francis Higgins. Approx. 116 grams. Est. £85 -
80 GBP
85 - 95 GBP
Estimate
A George III silver salver. London 1764. By Hannon and Crouch. Approx. 249 grams. Est. £180 - £220.
180 GBP
180 - 220 GBP
Estimate
A silver cake server. London 1833. By William Eley. Approx. 152 grams. Est. £100 - £120.
75 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A rare silver sandwich box. By James Dixon and Son. Sheffield 1897. Approx. 274 grams. Est. £
0 GBP
400 - 500 GBP
Estimate
A fine quality heavy silver box of round form. Approx. 192 grams. Est. £250 - £350.
0 GBP
250 - 350 GBP
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A good pair of 18th Century silver asparagus servers. London. Possibly by John Holloway? Maker’s
200 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
Estimate
A pair of Turkish silver and enamel napkin rings. Approx. 62 grams. Est. £40 - £60.
0 GBP
40 - 60 GBP
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A good quality silver box with mirror inside lid (damaged glass). Birmingham 1834. By William
150 GBP
160 - 180 GBP
Estimate
EDINBURGH: A pair of Georgian Scottish silver wine labels. By AW. Approx. 19 grams. Est. £100 - £
100 GBP
100 - 120 GBP
Estimate
EDINBURGH: A Scottish silver wine label for ‘Port’. By AW. Approx. 6 grams. Est. £50 - £80.
45 GBP
50 - 80 GBP
Estimate
An extremely rare and possibly unique Butterfield of Paris silver set square marked with a control
500 GBP
500 - 800 GBP
Estimate
DUBLIN: A rare pare of Irish 18th Century silver sugar nips. Circa 1760. By PR. [Punch mark in a
260 GBP
150 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A good quality Indian silver box. Approx. 61 grams. Est. £50 - £80.
90 GBP
50 - 80 GBP
Estimate
A good quality George III silver chamber stick. London 1790. By John Scofield. London. Approx. 248
300 GBP
300 - 400 GBP
Estimate
A rare early Bezoar stone holder. Possibly 18th Century. Approx.40 grams. Est. £200 - £300.
220 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
Estimate
A rare silver gilt vinaigrette in the form of a handbag. Birmingham 1842. By Waddell and Kempson.
250 GBP
250 - 350 GBP
Estimate
A good quality silver box commemorating Winston Churchill in original box. London. By Richard
260 GBP
250 - 350 GBP
Estimate
A heavy and good George II cream boat. London 1742. Approx. 133 grams. Est. £200 - £300.
0 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
Estimate
A pair of Continental silver tongs. Approx. 22 grams. Est. £25 - £35.
22 GBP
25 - 35 GBP
Estimate
An old silver sifting spoon. London1796. Approx. 36 grams. Est. £30 - £50.
26 GBP
30 - 50 GBP
Estimate
A 17th Century silver filigree counter box with original counters. Approx. 24 grams. Est. £300 - £
300 GBP
300 - 400 GBP
Estimate
An exquisitely engraved silver vinaigrette. Birmingham 1827. By Thomas Shaw. Approx. 14 grams.
0 GBP
250 - 350 GBP
Estimate
A silver vinaigrette. London 1814. By John Rawlings. Approx. 25 grams. Est. £180 - £220.
190 GBP
180 - 220 GBP
Estimate
A silver snuff box. Birmingham 1825. By Joseph Wilmore. Approx. 44 grams. Est. £150 - £180.
150 GBP
150 - 180 GBP
Estimate
A pair of Georgian silver buckles London 1815. By James Aldridge. Approx. 29 grams. Est. £120 - £
0 GBP
120 - 150 GBP
Estimate
A crested silver sifter spoon. London1817. Approx. 30 grams. Est. £30 - £50.
30 GBP
30 - 50 GBP
Estimate
DUBLIN: An Irish silver caddy spoon. Approx. 33 grams. Est. £35 - £45.
34 GBP
35 - 45 GBP
Estimate
A silver clock. London 1925. By Goldsmiths & Silversmiths. Approx. 307 grams. Est. £160 - £180.
0 GBP
160 - 180 GBP
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An extremely rare miniature George I silver chamber stick. London circa 1725. By David Clayton.
500 GBP
500 - 800 GBP
Estimate
A fine quality rare silver caddy spoon. Birmingham 1810. By Taylor and Perry. Approx. 8 grams.
65 GBP
70 - 90 GBP
Estimate
A rare silver boogie box. Circa 1750. By William Lestourgeon. [Maker’s mark only]. Approx. 44 grams.
380 GBP
400 - 500 GBP
Estimate
A Continental silver and Neillo whistle. Circa 1890. Approx. 4 grams. Est. £80 - £120.
0 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A rare George III silver travelling inkwell. London 1806. By Thomas Wells. Approx. 30 grams. Est. £
0 GBP
250 - 350 GBP
Estimate
A good pair of early silver scissors. Approx. 19 grams. Est. £80 - £120.
75 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
Estimate
A fine quality George III silver tumbler cup with original fur gilt interior. London 1764. By John
450 GBP
500 - 800 GBP
Estimate
A George III silver taper stick. London 1761. By Ebenezer Coker. Approx. 146 grams. Est. £500 - £
0 GBP
500 - 800 GBP
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