Fine Art Sale
on
Tuesday 20th April at 11 am
Silver & Vertu


201.    A MODERN CADDY SPOON
with a wire stem and a "luckenbooth" terminal, by A.J. Bailey, Birmingham 1924; 0.25 oz£50-80
202.    A MODERN CASED SET OF 12 PAIRS OF MOTHER OF PEARL HANDLED FRUIT KNIVES & FORKS by Messrs Hutton, Sheffield 1925/1931£100-120
203.    A GEORGE III ENGRAVED CADDY SCOOP
in the form of a dustpan by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1810 and a George II/III sauce ladle with an applied mask on the terminal, crested, marks distorted; 2.5 oz (2)£100-150
204.    A GEORGE II PUNCH LADLE
with a 'goose egg' bowl and turned wooden handle, by Thomas Mason, London 1733; 15" (38 cms) long£200-250
205.    A LATE 18TH / EARLY 19TH CENTURY MALTESE FIDDLE BASTING SPOON, initialled "WMA", by Gioacchino Lebrun c.1800; 12.5" (31.5 cms) long; 4.75 oz£150-180
206.    AN EARLY GEORGE II PROVINCIAL PUNCH LADLE
with a cauldron-shaped bowl & turned wooden handle by Isaac Cookson, Newcastle 1732; 13" (33 cms) long£150-200
207.    THREAD & SHELL PATTERN KNIVES:
a set of 10 early Victorian side knives, maker's mark "SP", London 1839, a set of 6 table knives by George Adams, London 1841 and a single table knife, no maker's mark, London 1833, all with steel blades (mixed), all crested to match (17)
£200-250
208.    TWELVE VARIOUS GEORGE II/III DESSERT SPOONS
with rocaille style, bearded mask terminals *, mixed makers & dates; 12 oz (12)
* This decoration was probably later struck on these Old English pattern/Hanoverian dessert spoons (during the late 19th or early 20th century) to make up a set, and is not period.£250-300
209.    A SET OF 6 DUTCH CONTEMPORARY SIDE KNIVES
and 5 table knives with stainless steel blades & Hanoverian pattern handles, by Van Kempen & Begeer, Utrecht 1971 (11)£80-120
210.    A SET OF 6 GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH THREAD PATTERN TEA SPOONS
initialled, by George Smith & William Fearn, London 1798 together with 2 table spoons, 3 dessert spoons and 3 table forks, various; 16 oz (14)£80-100
211.    A SET OF 12 MODERN BEAD PATTERN TABLE KNIVES
and 12 side knives with stainless steel blades, by Richard Comyns, London 1961 (24)£500-600
212.    MIXED FIDDLE PATTERN, GEORGE III - VICTORIAN INCLUDING:
2 table spoons, initialled, 5 table forks, crested, 7 dessert spoons, initialled and 6 dessert forks, initialled, mixed makers 1817-1862; 32 oz (20)£200-250
213.    A GEORGE III CONDIMENT SIFTER LADLE
and a sugar sifter ladle, both Old English pattern & crested to match; the former by Peter & William Bateman, London 1808, the latter by Thomas Hayter, London 1810; 1.75 oz (2)£50-70
214.    MISCELLANEOUS FLATWARE & CUTLERY:
A George III meat skewer, sauce ladle, 7 various condiment spoons, a King's pattern Christening fork & spoon inscribed "MABEL", a Fiddle butter knife and an ivory handled butter knife; 10 oz weighable silver£80-120
215.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III SCOTTISH FIDDLE PATTERN TODDY LADLES
initialled "GI", by J. Mackay, Edinburgh 1817; 1.25 oz (2)£70-90
216.    A GEORGE III/IV SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL TODDY LADLE
with a twisted whalebone handle, no maker's mark, Dundee (pot of lilies - thrice) circa 1820; 7.25" (18.5 cms)£80-120
217.    A GEORGE III FIDDLE PATTERN FISH SLICE
with a spring loaded double blade, pierced with 2 rows of pierced crescents, converging at the tip, by William & Samuel Knight, London 1812;
11" (28 cms) long; 6.5 oz£200-250
218.    A GEORGE III PUNCH LADLE
with a gadrooned border & a twisted whalebone handle, maker's mark only "TN"?, London c. 1770; 14" (35.6 cms) long£40-60
219.    A SET OF 15 GEORGE III FEATHER-EDGE TABLE SPOONS
crested, by Thomas & William Chawner, London 1769 (most of the marks flat & barely discernable); 35 oz (15)
£350-380
220.    MIXED FLATWARE & CUTLERY:
A George II 3-prong dessert fork by Isaac Callard, London 1757, a Queen Anne silvergilt dog nosed dessert spoon, a pistol dessert fork with 2 steel tines, 12 various tea spoons, 2 dessert spoons and 6 George III fruit knives with ivory handles; 11 oz weighable silver (22)£200-250
221.    BY HESTER BATEMAN:
A pair of George III bright-cut sugar tongs, initialled, London 1785-1790 together with a pair of Victorian Scottish sugar nips, initialled, by Mackay & Chisholm of Edinburgh (no date letter); 4.45" (11 cms); 3 oz (2)£80-120
222.    TWENTY VARIOUS FOREIGN TEA SPOONS
mixed designs, countries and dates; 11 oz (20)£90-120
223.    BY THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFTS:
a contemporary, handmade spoon with a drop-shaped bowl, a tapering, flat stem with small notches at the top, the back of the bowl with the applied casting of a mouse, its tail running down the centre of the bowl, London 1962;
5.2" (14.5 cms) long; 1.7 oz£200-300
224.    TWENTY THREE VARIOUS ANTIQUE SCOTTISH TEA SPOONS
mixed designs, makers and dates; 11 oz (23)£100-150
225.    A PAIR OF VICTORIAN FIDDLE TODDY LADLES
crested, by George Adams, London 1854; 3 oz (2)£80-90
226.    LIVERPOOL:
a pair of William IV Fiddle pattern table spoons by John Sutter of Liverpool, with Chester hallmarks for 1836; 4 oz (2)£180-200
227.    A PAIR OF EARLY VICTORIAN IRISH FIDDLE MUSTARD SPOONS
by Peter Walsh, Dublin 1839; 0.5 oz (2)£50-60
228.    A SET OF 6 VICTORIAN FIDDLE DESSERT FORKS
by J. Stone, Exeter 1846; 8.5 oz (6)£90-120
229.    A VICTORIAN, LOUIS XV PATTERN FISH SERVING KNIFE & FORK
with pierced & engraved blade & tines, decorated with lily pads & flowers, initialled "B" by Hunt & Roskell, London 1866; 11.25 oz (2)£140-160
230.    A SET OF 6 GEORGE IV IRISH FIDDLE TABLE FORKS
maker's mark "IB", Dublin 1829; 14 oz (6)£120-150
231.    FOUR VARIOUS MODERN HUNT/PUPPY SHOW TEA SPOONS
including one inscribed "CRAVEN 1928", one inscribed "1938 - HAMLET VILLAGER" and a pair with the monogram "E&SH"; 2 oz (4)£40-50
232.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL 'ELONGATED' FIDDLE TODDY LADLES by Peter Ross (A, PR, A) Aberdeen c.1815; 6.5" (16.5 cms); 1.75 oz (2)£150-180
233.    A GEORGE II MINIATURE HANOVERIAN FANCY-BACK SPOON
initialled, maker's mark only, unclear, London c.1750, a George III condiment ladle crested, by Thomas Tookey c.1780 (maker's mark only) and a small Dutch box with coin-inset base & cover; 1" (2.5 cms) long; 0.5 oz (3)£100-140
234.    A GEORGE III ONSLOW PATTERN SAUCE LADLE
with a Feather-edge stem and a fluted circular bowl, crested probably by Thomas Evans, London 1768 and a set of six 18th century Belgian tea spoons with shaped terminals, maker's mark a pointer (hound) in an oblong punch, Ath 1797 (two unmarked except for a 19th century census mark); 3.25 oz (7)£80-100
235.    AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY CANADIAN FIDDLE TABLE SPOON
initialled "CAP", by Peter Nordbeck of Nova Scotia, first 3rd of the 19th century; 2.2 oz£30-50
236.    DUTCH FLATWARE, MIXED DESIGNS & DATES INCLUDING:
4 sifter ladle/spoons, a fish slice, a serving spoon, 2 serving forks, and a bead pattern caddy spoon; 16 oz (9)£100-150
237.    A CHARLES II TREFID SPOON
with a ribbed rattail, engraved crest on the front of the terminal and the pricked initials & date "HN 1696" on the reverse, maker possibly Israel Pinckney (mark half struck), London 1682; 7.6" (19.2 cms) long; 1.45 oz£300-350
238.    A CHARLES I SEAL TOP SPOON
with a chased baluster terminal, by Benjamin Yates, London 1629;
6.75" (17.3 cms) long; 1.25 oz£500-700
239.    A CHARLES II PROVINCIAL TREFID SPOON
pricked initials "H" over "RS", scratched initials "MP" over "Nov. 11th 1784" above a 19th century crest on the front, struck thrice with maker's mark "WG" (with mullets) and once with another mark "WG"(with a crown), possibly by William Gough of Marlborough; 7.5" (19 cms) long; 1.4 oz£400-500
240.    A SET OF 6 GEORGE III SCOTTISH TABLE SPOONS
Old English pattern by Peter Mathie, Edinburgh 1777; 10.5 oz (6)£150-200
241.    A VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATED CANTEEN OF KING'S PATTERN FLATWARE & CUTLERY in a fitted leather case comprising:
12 table spoons 12 table forks
12 dessert spoons 12 dessert forks
12 tea spoons 12 table knives (steel blades)
12 side knives (steel blades)
by Mappin & Webb c. 1900
the case 20.5" (52 cms) long
£200-300
242.    A MODERN BASTING OR SERVING SPOON
King's shape with a thread border, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1914;
13" (33 cms) long; 6.5 oz£70-80
243.    A GEORGE II PUNCH LADLE
with repousse work bowl, and a whalebone stem, marks distorted c.1745, a George III punch ladle, maker's mark only, a Victorian Scottish toddy ladle, a tea strainer with a wooden handle and 2 plated punch ladles (6)£120-150
244.    A VICTORIAN KING'S PATTERN MEAT SKEWER
crested by George Adams, London 1852; 11" (28 cms) long; 3.25 oz£70-100
245.    A GEORGE II DOUBLE LIPPED PUNCH LADLE
turned wooden handle, initialled, maker's mark unclear, London 1757 and a plated punch ladle (2)£70-80
246.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III ONSLOW PATTERN SAUCE LADLES
with swirl-fluted, circular bowls, by Thomas Tookey, London, c.1775 (marks distored); 3.5 oz (2)£120-130
247.    A PAIR OF CHARLES II ASCRIBED WEST COUNTRY TREFID SPOONS
with ribbed rattails, an engraved crest on the back of the terminals and a 19th century crest on the fronts, maker's mark only, (struck thrice on each) by Thomas Dare (II), Taunton 1675-80; approx. 7.6" (19.2 cms); 3 oz (2)£700-800
248.    A PAIR OF NEWCASTLE-MADE SMALL FORKS
with a cutting tine, (probably for shellfish), initialled "R", by John Walton, 1856, together with a George II mote-spoon, unmarked, a small sifter ladle by Charles Chesterman, London 1808 and an Albert pattern (single struck) pickle fork with spoon bowl by Robert Wallis, London 1849, 3 oz (5)£100-130
249.    INNHOLDERS COMPANY:
a modern apostle spoon, St. Julian, inscribed "PEACE 1919 T.W. HALL MASTER", by C.R. Collis, London 1919; 7.75" (19.7 cms) long; 3 oz£30-40
250.    A VICTORIAN PALM PATTERN, CHRISTENING KNIFE, FORK & SPOON
in a fitted case, (the knife with loaded handle), by George Adams, London 1862;
2 oz weighable silver£200-250
251.    A PAIR OF VICTORIAN TABLE SPOONS
Old English Military Thread pattern, initialled, by George Adams, London 1865;
5 oz (2)£60-70
252.    A VICTORIAN, LARGE, WEST COUNTRY MEAT SKEWER,
monogrammed, by J. Stone, Exeter 1866; 16.4" (41.3 cms) long; 5.5 oz£150-200
253.    AN 18TH CENTURY HANOVERIAN FANCY-BACK SPOON
with a scallop stem below the drop (worn), and the initials "A" over "NLM" on the back of the terminal, maker's mark "P.M" and a "fleur-de-lys mark", for Pierre Maingy, Guernsey 1750-1760; 8" (20.2 cms) long; 1.75 oz£80-120
254.    FOUR RARE GEORGE III SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL TEA SPOONS
(two initialled) by an unascribed maker, Dingwall/Tain? (AR, sun motif) c.1780 and a similar pair of tea spoons, initialled "WGJ", maker's mark only (AR), by the same maker Dingwall/Tain? c.1770; 2 oz (6)£500-600
255.    A SET OF 6 EARLY VICTORIAN FIDDLE THREAD & SHELL PATTERN TEA SPOONS, initialled "Y", by Messrs. J & A Savory, London 1837; 7 oz (6)£60-80
256.    A SET OF 18TH CENTURY BELGIAN TABLE SPOONS & 7 TABLE FORKS with shaped, thread-bordered terminals, maker's mark a fleur-de-lys (crowned), Audenarde 1762 and a similar set of 5 table spoons and 5 table forks, maker's mark "F.F", Audenarde 1787-1792, all pieces initialled "JB" (7 pieces unmarked); 40 oz (24)£400-500
257.    A SET OF 6 LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH TABLE FORKS
with a "knotted" thread border, monogrammed, maker's mark "C.C" (with a bee), Paris 1860-1880£60-80
258.    A SET OF 12 VICTORIAN SCOTTISH ALBERT PATTERN (SINGLE STRUCK) TEA SPOONS, initialled, by J. Muir.Jnr., Glasgow 1847; 9 oz (12)£100-120
259.    A VICTORIAN SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL BASTING SPOON
Fiddle pattern, crested & initialled "A", by Robert Keay (II) of Perth (with Edinburgh hallmarks for 1844); 12.25" (31 cms) long; 4 oz£120-140
260.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL TODDY LADLES
crested & initialled "A", by George Cooper Constable of Cupar (with Edinburgh hallmarks for 1810 and a "Z" mark) c.1810; 6" (15 cms) long; 1.5 oz (2)£120-150
261.    A MODERN SILVERGILT CANTEEN OF CHESTERFIELD PATTERN FLATWARE & CUTLERY
in a fitted box with drawer & lift-up cover:

4 table spoons 6 table forks
6 dessert spoons 6 dessert forks
6 soup spoons 6 grapefruit spoons
6 tea spoons a soup ladle
2 sauce ladles 6 fruit knives (stainless steel blades)
6 fruit forks (stainless steel tines)
6 table knives 6 side knives (with stainless steel blades)

by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1968-73 together with the following loose to match: 1 table fork, 1 plated table fork, 2 dessert spoons, 2 dessert forks, 2 soup spoons, 2 tea spoons, 2 table knives, 2 side knives, 8 fish knives & 8 fish forks mainly by the same maker (some by Roberts & Belk) same dates and an electroplated gilt soup tureen & cover; 14.25" (36 cms) wide; 147 oz weighable silver£1200-1500
262.    A COLLECTED/HARLEQUIN PART SERVICE OF HOURGLASS PATTERN COMPRISING:-
A set of 13 Irish table forks, 6 table spoons, 3 dessert forks & 6 dessert spoons, crested by Samuel Neville, Dublin 1826/27.
A set of 6 Irish dessert forks, crested, by L. Nowlan, Dublin 1819
A set of 6 table forks, 4 table spoons & 3 dessert forks, crested by George Adams, London 1849
A set of 3 table forks, 2 table spoons and 6 dessert spoons, crested, by Mary Chawner & George Adams, London 1840*
and a set of 4 table forks and 2 table spoons, crested, by S. Hayne & D. Cater, Lodon 1844; 180 oz (64)£1300-1600
263.    A COLLECTED PART SERVICE OF QUEEN'S PATTERN FLATWARE (ANTHEMION HEEL) COMPRISING:-
a set of 6 table spoons,
6 table forks,
6 dessert spoons &
5 dessert forks by Francis Higgins, London 1883
6 dessert forks by the same maker, London 1876,
6 table spoons by George Adams, London 1851/52
6 dessert spoons by John James Whiting, London 1856
a soup ladle by Walker & Tolhurst, London 1887
2 sauce ladles by W.R.Sobey, London 1853
and
6 table forks (with diamond shell heel), all initialled "Y"; 137 oz (50)£700-1000
264.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SUGAR TONGS
with a thread border & scallop-shell bowls, maker's mark only, by James Gordon, Aberdeen c.1785; 2 oz£50-70
265.    A QUEEN ANNE SCOTTISH TABLE SPOON
Hanoverian with a plain rattail, engraved crest & motto "INDUSTRIA", by Colin McKenzie (Assay master Edward Penman), Edinburgh 1713; 2.5 oz
£200-250
266.    A VICTORIAN GRECIAN PATTERN ICE SPADE
crested, by George Adams, London 1854; 9.7" (24.6 cms) long; 5 oz

£300-350
267.    MISCELLANEOUS FLATWARE:
a George II Irish table spoon, crested, Dublin 1747, a George II table spoon, with 2 engraved crests, London 1755, a George III caddy spoon, a Victorian engraved Christening knife, fork & spoon and an Edwardian salt shovel; 7 oz weighable silver (7)£120-160
268.    GOLF:
Two modern cased sets of 6 tea spoons with crossed golf clubs and a ball stamped on the terminals, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1933; 5 oz (2)£100-120
269.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III FIDDLE SUGAR TONGS
with fish-shaped bowls, initialled, by William Bateman, London 1818, a pair of sugar tongs, London 1901, a pair of Exeter-made Fiddle tongs, initialled "S" by John Stone 1846 and plated ware: 5.5 oz weighable silver
£60-80
270.    A PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE WAVY-END OR DOG-NOSE TABLE SPOONS
plain moulded rattails, small crest, the scratched initials "W" over "MA, by Thomas Sadler, London c.1704 (date letters quite worn), approx. 8" (20 cms) long; 3.4 oz (2)£120-150
271.    A WOODEN CUTLERY TRAY CONTAINING THE FOLLOWING:
a set of 4 Victorian Hanoverian dessert forks, 4 dessert spoons, & 3 table forks, crested, by Lias & Wakeley, London 1878/87, and other items including 3 Norwegian table spoons, initialled "NDW" by Ahasverus Kaas, Christiansen 1810; 36 oz (lot)£250-300
272.    A VICTORIAN CAMPAIGN/TRAVELLING SET:
a small cannon handled knife, steel blade, a small spoon, and a small fork incorporating a corkscrew, maker's mark of William Leuchars (overstriking another), London 1888; the knife 6.25" (16 cms) long; approx. 3 oz weighable silver (3)

.£600-700
273.    A GEORGE III MARROW SCOOP
with a single drop, maker's mark worn, London 1795; 9" (23 cms) long; 1.25 oz£80-100
274.    TEXTURED CONTEMPORARY FLATWARE & CUTLERY:
with textured stems comprising: 2 soup spoons, a dessert spoon, 2 dessert forks, a fish knife, 2 fish forks, a teaspoon and 2 side knives (with stainless steel blades), all initialled "T" to match by Asprey & Co. Ltd., London 1971; 17 oz weighable silver (11)£100-150
275.    A GEORGE III BUTTER KNIFE
with the engraved badge of the West Essex Militia by Richard Crossley & George Smith, London 1806 and a George II marrow scoop initialled, by an unascribed maker "JW" (script), London 1747; 2.75 oz (2)£120-150
276.    A SET OF 3 GEORGE III MINIATURE SPOONS
& a pair of sugar tongs to match, initialled "C.S", by Thomas Northcote, London 1796 (the tongs unmarked); tongs 2.5" (6.2 cms) long; 0.4 oz (4)

*These are probably the silversmith's samples.£100-130
277.    AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY FRENCH CARVING KNIFE
steel blade, ornate handle masks, engraved coronet & cypher, maker's mark "V.C?", Paris 1819-25 together with 4 condiment spoons, a George III toasting fork, London 1802, a George III butter knife with an ivory handle; 1.5 oz weighable silver (7)£80-90
278.    A PAIR OF RUSSIAN ENGRAVED SUGAR TONGS,
a Scandinavian spoon spoon with a "berry" knop, a pair of unascribed sugar tongs and an 18th century German 3 prong dessert fork, crested probably Stuttgart, maker's mark "JHB" (conjoined); 4.5 oz (4)
£100-120
279.    AN EXETER-MADE FIDDLE PATTERN BASTING SPOON
initialled "T", by Messrs. J & J Williams 1869, a pair of modern "shell-back" table spoons, London 1929/31, a set of 4 George III table spoons with bright-cut borders, initialled, by T. Chawner, London 1778 and another bright-cut table spoon initialled & dated "BB 1793", by D. Urquhart & N. Hart, London 1806; 19 oz (8)£160-200
280.    A SET OF 6 GEORGE III BRIGHT-CUT TEA SPOONS
initialled, by George Wintle, London 1788, a pair of William IV Hourglass dessert spoons, crested and a Scottish provincial egg/mustard spoon by William Jamieson of Aberdeen (WJ, A, B, DWJ) C.1820; 7 oz (9)£100-130
281.    A GEORGE III STILTON SCOOP
initialled "ODE" in the bowl, thread pattern handle, by J. Shakleton, London 1802 (the handle same date, by John Troby) loaded; 10.25" (26 cms) long
£150-160
282.    ELEVEN VARIOUS GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE FORKS,
all crested to match, and another example, initialled, mixed makers, London 1791-1804; 25.5 oz (12)£140-180
283.    PICTURE-BACK & OTHER TEA SPOONS:
a set of 4 George III galleon-back tea spoons, scratched initials "AG", maker's mark mis-struck, possibly by Samuel Jerman, London 1775 together with 9 antique Scottish Fiddle tea spoons, 3 Irish tea spoons and 5 Edwardian cast tea spoons; 10 oz (21)£200-250
284.    A GEORGE III MEAT SKEWER
with a reeded ring terminal, initialled "R", by Thomas Chawner, London 1776; 12.75" (32.2 cms) long; 3 oz£150-200
285.    A SET OF 7 GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS
initialled, by Peter & William Bateman, London 1807; 13.5 oz (7)£100-120
286.    OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE:
a set of 7 Victorian dessert forks by George Adams, London 1871 and a set of 5 by William Eaton, London 1843 all crested to match together with a set of 5 dessert spoons, initialled, by Sarah Purver, London 1817; 19.5 oz£170-200
287.    SEVEN VARIOUS GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS
(one crested, the rest initialled) mixed makers, London 1791-1813; 14 oz (7)£80-120
288.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III FIDDLE PATTERN SAUCE LADLES
initialled, together with 7 various antique dessert spoons & 2 forks; 17.5 oz (11)£80-100
289.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III SCOTTISH TABLE SPOONS
initialled "JT" by Alexander Gairdner, Edinburgh 1797; 4 oz (2)
£50-60
290.    A MIXED LOT:
a set of 6 Old English pattern tea spoons by S. Godbehere, E. Wigan & J. Bult, London 1804, a set of 6 Exeter-made, Fiddle tea spoons, initialled, a modern Scottish, hand-made spoon, a Fiddle basting spoon, 17 other various spoons, 3 pairs of sugar tongs, a butter knife and an engraved spoon & fork; 28.5 oz (37)£200-250
291.    NINETEEN VARIOUS SCOTTISH TEA SPOONS
mixed designs, dates & makers (19); 9 oz£100-120
292.    IRISH FLATWARE:
a pair of provincial tea spoons with pointed ends, initialled, no maker's marks, "STERLING" (only), Cork c.1800, a set of 4 Fiddle rattail dessert spoons, crested, by R. Whitford, Dublin 1810, a set of 3 Fiddle dessert forks, crested, by S. Neville, Dublin 1838, a single Fiddle table fork, Dublin 1810 and 4 Fiddle rattail tea spoons Dublin, mixed makers; 15 oz (14)£200-250
293.    THREE SETS OF 6 SCOTTISH TEA SPOONS:
an engraved set, initialled, by Tennant & Co., Glasgow 1897, a Fiddle & Shell set, initialled, by Richard Haxton, Edinburgh 1821 and a single struck Queen's pattern set by Muirhead & Arthur, Glasgow 1860; 10 oz (18)£170-200
294.    ELEVEN VARIOUS SCOTTISH DESSERT SPOONS
in different Fiddle styles, mixed assay offices, dates & makers; 11.25 oz (11)£120-130
295.    A GEORGE II SCOTTISH TABLE SPOON
Hanoverian, initialled, by Milne & Campbell, Glasgow 1757, an Old English table spoon, initialled, by an unascribed maker "G&M", Edinburgh 1794 and a Scottish soup ladle by John Zeigler, Edinburgh 1806; 10 oz (3)£150-200
296.    TWENTY VARIOUS LONDON-MADE TEA SPOONS
mixed dates & makers; 12.5 oz (2)£90-100
297.    A VICTORIAN CADDY SPOON
with an engine-turned stem, by George Unite, Birmingham 1874; 0.35 oz£50-60
298.    A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY RUSSIAN NIELLOWORK CADDY SPOON, maker's mark "KK" St. Petersburg 1896-1908; 4.2" (10.5 cms) long;
0.3 oz£120-150
299.    A GEORGE III 'STAMPED' CADDY SPOON
with a fluted bowl & pointed terminal, initialled, by Hart & Co., Birmingham 1805; 0.1 oz£70-80
300.    A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON
with a shallow, round bowl & a shaped stem, by Thomas Johnson London 1813£30-50
301.    A CONTEMPORARY CADDY SPOON
with a round bowl and a lug handle decorated with an applied 6 petal flower, by Gwendoline Whicker (of Falmouth), with commemorative marks for London 1953; 0.7 oz£30-50
302.    BY GEORG JENSEN:
a Danish Pyramid pattern caddy spoon with English import marks for London 1930; 1 oz£150-170
303.    A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON
with a pierced circular bowl, by George Burrows, London 1796£60-80
304.    A GEORGE III CADDY SCOOP
with a turned mother of pearl handle, by Samuel Pemberton Birmingham 1807, and with an ivory handle, by John Bettridge, Birmingham 1817 and a modern "Britannic Lodge of M.M.M." spoon (3)£80-120
305.    A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON
with a coffin-end & oval bowl, initialled "D", by Josiah Snatt, London 1809£30-40
306.    A GEORGE III ENGRAVED CADDY SPOON
initialled in the bowl, by George Burrows London 1795 and a modern engraved caddy spoon Sheffield 1913 (2)
£60-80
307.    A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY RUSSIAN SILVERGILT CADDY SCOOP
decorated in polychrome plique-a-jour & cloisonne enamel, maker's mark "HL" in an oval assay master Yakov Lyapimov, St. Petersburg 1899-1903;
3.5" (9 cms) long£300-400
308.    A GEORGE III BRIGHT CUT CADDY SPOON
the bowl pierced with drop-shaped holes, by George Brasier, London 1800;
0.25 oz£200-250
309.    A GEORGE III 'ASH PAN' CADDY SPOON
with an engraved floral panel in the bowl, turned ivory handle, initialled "ER", by William Pugh, Birmingham 1807; 0.2 oz£200-250
310.    A VICTORIAN, LARGE, SCOTTISH CADDY SPOON,
King's pattern with a scallop shell bowl, initialled, by an unascribed maker, "JW", Edinburgh 1859; 0.4 oz£250-300
311.    A VICTORIAN, ALBERT PATTERN CADDY SPOON
with a shaped & fluted bowl, initialled, and inscribed "16 June 1858" on the back of the stem, by John Whiting, London 1857; 0.6 oz£200-250
312.    A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON
with a fluted circular bowl and a Thread pattern stem, initialled "P" by W.Eley & W. Fearn, London 1799; 0.3 oz£150-200
313.    A WILLIAM IV CADDY SPOON
with an engraved, shaped oblong bowl and a hollow Fiddle stem, initialled, "EB to MA" by Urquhart & Hart, Birmingham 1830; 0.2 oz£150-200
314.    A MODERN CAST CADDY SPOON
commemorating the Investiture of the Prince of Wales, with a rounded bowl and the feathers forming the handle, maker's mark "D.S.S.", London 1981;
2.8" (7.1 cms) long; 0.6 oz£60-80
315.    A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON
with a navette-shaped bowl, pricked engraving & a vacant shield in the bowl by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1796; 0.2 oz£150-200
316.    A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON
in the form of a leaf with wire, tendril handle & engraved wreath in the bowl, initialled & dated "1806", by Elizabeth Morley, London 1805; 0.25 oz£150-200
317.    A VICTORIAN CADDY SPOON
with a hollow Fiddle stem, initialled and engraved diaper-work in the bowl by Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1872; 0.2 oz£150-200
318.    A GEORGE III 'LEAF' CADDY SPOON
with leaf & tendril handle and engraved viens, initialled, lion passant & duty mark only, London c.1800; 0.15 oz£150-200
319.    A GEORGE III SMALL, 'JOCKEY CAP' CADDY SPOON
with bright cut borders, maker's mark only, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham c.1800; 0.15 oz£300-400
320.    AN EARLY VICTORIAN CADDY SPOON
plain Old English pattern with a round bowl, by Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham 1838; 0.3 oz£150-200
321.    A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON
with a Bead pattern stem, chased and embossed decoration, by Thomas Wallis, London 1790; 0.2 oz£150-200
322.    IRISH PROVINCIAL:
A rare set of 6 George III table spoons with bright-cut borders, initialled "MEC" (script), by William Reynolds (WR - conjoined script, Sterling, WR - conjoined script) Cork c.1785; 12 oz (6)£700-900
323.    A WILLIAM IV HOURGLASS PATTERN CADDY SPOON
with a rounded square bowl, by Joseph Wilmore, Birm£150-200
324.    A GEORGE I MARROW SCOOP
with opposing bowls, crested, by Thomas Mann, London 1721; 8.5" (21.5 cms) long; 1 oz£90-120
325.    A GEORGE II MARROW SCOOP
by Solomon Hougham, London 1747; 8.7" (22 cms) long; 1 oz£90-120
326.    A GEORGE III MARROW SCOOP
by Stephen Adams, London 1770; 9.1" (23 cms) long; 1 oz£90-120
327.    A GEORGE III MARROW SCOOP
initialled "R", by Christopher & Thomas Barker, London 1804; 8.75" (22 cms) long; 1.7 oz£90-120
328.    A GEORGE II MARROW SCOOP
with a double drop, by Marmaduke Daintry, London 1744; 8.1" (20.5 cms) long; 1.5 oz£90-120
329.    A GEORGE II MARROW SCOOP
crested, by John King, London 1741; 9" (23 cms) long; 1.7 oz£90-120
330.    IRISH PROVINCIAL:
a rare set of 6 George III bright-cut & tied ribbon dessert spoons, initialled "MEC" (script) by William Reynolds (WR, Sterling) Cork c.1785; 6 oz (6)£1000-1200
331.    IRISH PROVINCIAL:
A rare set of 6 George III bright-cut & tied ribbon dessert spoons, initialled "MEC" (script) by William Reynolds (WR - conjoined script-, Sterling) Cork c.1785; 6 oz (6)£1000-1200
332.    FIVE VARIOUS DECORATIVE CONTINENTAL SPOONS
(3 with English import marks) (5)£100-130
333.    A PLATED "1937 COMMEMORATIVE" CADDY SPOON & SUGAR SPOON
in a fitted case (trade label of James Walker), together with 5 plated caddy spoons and 4 pewter examples (10)£60-80
334.    THREE VARIOUS ANTIQUE FIDDLE PATTERN CADDY SPOONS
mixed makers, London 1811-24 (3)£80-100
335.    BY A E JONES:
a large spoon with a cruciform handle and amethyst boss, Birmingham 1929 (possibly an ecclestical spoon - not a caddy spoon)£100-150
336.    FOUR VARIOUS INDIAN SPOONS
(including one plated, with a turquoise boss) (4)£40-50
337.    A 19TH CENTURY CARVED WOODEN CADDY SCOOP
in boxwood & ebony

*Ex - Collection John Norie£50-70
338.    TWO BIRMINGHAM-MADE SPOONS BY JAMES COLLINS:
one with a fluted, fan-shaped bowl 1857; the other with a fluted oblong bowl 1832 (2)£100-130
339.    A RUSSIAN SILVERGILT CADDY SCOOP
engraved on the back of the bowl, by Ivan Saltikov, Moscow 1888£140-180
340.    IONA:
A caddy spoon with a Celtic cross stem, inscribed "Iona" in the bowl, maker's mark "RA", with Glasgow hallmarks for 1956£40-60
341.    A LATE VICTORIAN 'STAMPED' SPOON
with a shell bowl by Westwood Ltd., Birmingham 1899 and a matching plated example (2)£30-40
342.    NINE VARIOUS SPOONS
(some not caddy spoons, some A/F) (9)£80-120
343.    A VICTORIAN SCOOP
with a turned bone handle, initialled, by Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1838 and a William IV example with a hollow floral stem and an engraved & shaped bowl by Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham 1831 (2)£100-150
344.    EIGHT VARIOUS DUTCH CADDY SPOONS & SCOOPS
19th & 20th century (8)£150-200
345.    A NORWEGIAN SPOON BY T. MARTHINSEN,
a Danish spoon Copenhagen 1960 and a Norwegian silvergilt & enamelled spoon with a coiled stem and "NORGE" on the back of the bowl.£70-100
346.    SIX VARIOUS MODERN CADDY SPOONS
with 'patterned' stems, mixed makers & dates (6)£150-180
347.    FOUR VARIOUS MODERN/CONTEMPORARY CADDY SPOONS:
a large one with scroll handle, another with an undulating handle & 2 with fluted bowls, mixed makers & dates (4)£50-70
348.    AN EDWARDIAN CAST SPOON WITH A 'ST. GEORGE & DRAGON' TERMINAL by James & Crompton, Birmingham 1903, a contemporary 'jockey cap' and a cast example with a pierced handle depicting a Viking longship, maker's mark unclear, Chester 1947 (3)£100-130
349.    FOUR VARIOUS SPOONS WITH PATTERNED STEMS:
an Apostle, Rose pattern, Albany & a double shell, mixed makers & dates, 1874-1932 (4)£120-160
350.    FOUR VARIOUS LONDON-MADE CADDY SPOONS WITH FIDDLE STEMS:
one crested by James Thomas 1824, one initialled "CT" by Sarah & John William Blake 1820, one initialled "P" by William Bateman 1825 and one with an engraved bowl by J.J. Burt 1834 (4)£120-160
351.    THREE VICTORIAN LONDON-MADE FIDDLE PATTERN EXAMPLES:
one by Elizabeth Eaton 1852, one by Messrs. Lias 1837 and one Robert Wallis, same date (3)£100-140
352.    A GEORGE III KING'S PATTERN SPOON
initialled, by J. Bettridge, Birmingham 1819 and a Victorian shovel with a 'fanned' terminal by Francis Clarke, Birmingham 1840 (2)
£60-80
353.    A GEORGE IV CADDY SPOON
with an Hoursglass stem and a gilt bowl, dedicated in relief with flowers, a trellis & fluting by Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham 1827£80-120
354.    PROVINCIAL:
a Fiddle example with a small bowl by T. Watson, Newcastle (no date letter), an engraved example with a fluted oval bowl by an unknown maker "TS", Exeter 1865 and another similar by Messrs. Williams, Exeter 1878 (3)£100-150
355.    A LATE SCOTTISH CADDY SPOON
with a pierced stem, crown finial and a heart shaped bowl with a lady & gentleman in a garden setting, maker "J.M.T", Edinburgh 1898£50-70
356.    THREE BIRMINGHAM-MADE SCOOPS:
a Fiddle example, initialled by Samuel Pemberton 1809, another similar by the same maker 1810 and another with a turned ivory handle, maker's mark unclear 1811 (3)
£150-200
357.    A FIDDLE THREAD & SHELL EXAMPLE BY GEORGE WINTLE, London 1827, a Fiddle example initialled "S" by Josiah Snatt, London 1812, and a Fiddle & Thread example by Thomas Bartleet, Birmingham 1823 (3)£120-140
358.    A VICTORIAN 'TEA LEAF' CADDY SPOON
no maker's mark, London 1892, a 'fry pan' shaped spoon by William Base & Sons, Birmingham 1930, and an engraved example, Sheffield 1915 (3)£100-150
359.    FOUR LONDON-MADE SPOONS:
a plain squat example by Thomas Barker 1809, a bright-cut example, shell bowl by Richard Crossley 1787, another with a plain bowl by John Lias 1799 and another, initialled "EH" by George Whintle 1804 (4)£120-140
360.    BY THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFTS:
a contemporary caddy spoon with a hollow handle, pierced with an eye, London 1991£50-80
361.    THREE BIRMINGHAM-MADE SPOONS:
a mother of pearl handled spoon, no maker's mark, 1895, an Hourglass example by Joseph Wilmore 1834 and another example with an engraved lug handle, initialled, by Thomas Dores 1850£100-120
362.    KENT, T.A.:
West Country Spoons & their Makers, 1992 (with dust wrapper)£30-35
363.    HARTOP,C:
The Huguenot Legacy English Silver 1680-1760 with dust wrapper, (1996)
£30-40
364.    JACKSON, CJ:
History of English Plate in two volumes (with dust wrappers) by Holland Press 1967 (2)£20-30
365.    A PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU VASES
with waisted & 'hammered' bodies and stylised scroll handles, by J. Gloster Ltd., Birmingham 1910; 5.6" (14.3 cms) high; 10 oz£170-200
366.    AN EDWARDIAN 'HANDMADE' VASE
thistle-shaped with 3 loop handles, bifurcated at the base, with trefoil motifs at the top, inscribed, by T.W. Dobson (of Piccadilly), London 1902; 5.5" (14 cms) high; 12 oz£100-150
367.    A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN CAFE AU LAIT POTS
of baluster form on 3 legs with turned wooden handles, by Etienne Dumanil, London 1906; 6.4" (16.3 cms) high; 22 oz (2)£200-300
368.    THREE VARIOUS PAIRS OF SUGAR TONGS,
a pair of 'leafy' sugar nips, a set of 8 Art Nouveau tea spoons by Messrs Hutton, Sheffield 1906, a pair of matching sugar tongs, London 1904 (no maker's mark) and a pair of plated grape shears; 9 oz weighable silver (14)£80-120
369.    A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN PIERCED VASES
with flared rims & green glass liners, by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1905, and an Edwardian mounted cut glass vase on an engraved base, maker "FH", Sheffield 1902; 6" (15.2 cms) high (3)£150-180
370.    MISCELLANEOUS FLATWARE & CUTLERY:
A Pierced Vine table spoon , 5 George III table spoons, a set of 6 engraved tea spoons, 3 small forks, a butter knife, a Hanoverian Military Thread table spoon, table fork, dessert spoon & dessert fork, table knife, a George I cannon-handled fork, etc. 28 oz weighable silver (lot)

£140-180
371.    A SMALL GEORGE III MUG
with incised, reeded bands & an angular handle, no maker's mark, London 1802 and a Victorian embossed sugar bowl by J. Aldwinckle & T. Slater, London 1890; 2.4" (6 cms) high; 6 oz (2)£80-100
372.    A LATE VICTORIAN BACHELOR'S TEA POT
on 4 legs, with wrythen-fluted decoration, by Walter & John Barnard, London 1894 and an Edwardian sugar bowl of a similar design, same maker, London 1901; the tea pot 5" (13 cms) high; 17.5 oz (2)£120-150
373.    A SMALL VICTORIAN COFFEE POT
by F. Brasted, London 1875, a 2 handled sugar bowl with cut-card work, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1918 & a sugar bowl by Atkin Bros., Sheffield 1890; the pot 6" (15.2 cms) high; 18 oz (3)£150-200
374.    A GEORGE III ONSLOW SIFTER LADLE
with feather edge, maker "TE" over "GS" *, London c.1770, a bright-cut sauce ladle by Walter Tweedie, London 1776, a cream ladle by Richard Ferris, Exeter c,.1800 & a toddy ladle by Robert Gray, Edinburgh c.1800; 4 oz (4)

*Grimwade no. 3820£80-100
375.    A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN BONBON STANDS
with lift-off dishes decorated with fret-pierced borders and standing on 3 pierced feet, by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1906; 4.5" (11.5 cms) high; 13 oz (2)£250-300
376.    A 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN KNIFE
and 14 various foreign spoons; 11.5 oz (15)£60-80
377.    ART NOUVEAU SILVER:
A quatrefoil pin tray by C. Boyton & Sons, Sheffield 1907, a mustard pot, blue glass liner, by A.E.Jones, Birmingham 1907, a pepperette by Charles Horner, Birmingham 1902, and a small spoon with an enamelled 'knot' terminal by Florence & Louisa Rimmington, London 1903; 6.75 oz weighable silver

£150-200
378.    A MIXED LOT:
4 various small, silversmith's samples of engine-turned cigarette boxes, a vase, a small frame, 2 egg shaped peppers, a swizzle stick, various manicure items, a small 'Armada' dish and a cased set of 6 bean-end coffee spoons (lot)£150-250
379.    A LATE VICTORIAN TWO-HANDLED SUGAR BOWL
by W. Gibson & J. Langman, London 1897, a George II cream jug, maker's mark worn London 1754 and an early Victorian mug with applied flowers by Messrs. Barnard, London 1841; 3.4" (8.6 cms) high; 10.5 oz (3)£150-200
380.    BY CHARLES BOYTON:
A modern sugar bowl with a hammered finish, domed foot and a slanting rim, by Charles Boyton & Son Ltd., London 1932 (with Charles Boyton's facsimile signature); 2.75" (7 cms) high; 4 oz£100-150
381.    EIGHTEEN ASSORTED CONDIMENT SPOONS
(including a pair of Victorian salt spoons, a pair of George III bright-cut salt spoons, a George III bright-cut condiment sifter ladle, & 13 others
5.5 oz (18)£100-150
382.    BY CHARLES BOYTON:
A pair of modern salts (clear glass liners) and a matching pepperette, maker's mark of Charles Boyton & Son Ltd., London 1930 (each piece with Charles Boyton's facsimile signature); the pepper 3.25" (8.3 cms) high; 5 oz weighable silver£150-200
383.    A SET OF 12 MODERN BUTTER KNIVES
in an Art Nouveau design, by C.J. Vander Ltd., London 1936; 6" (15 cms) long; 12 oz (12)£120-150
384.    IRISH PROVINCIAL:
A pair of George III small sauce ladles with bright-cut stems and small fluted circular bowls by Carden Terry & Jane Williams of Cork (with Dublin hallmarks for 1808); 5.75" (14.5 cms) long; 1.6 oz (2)£150-200
385.    GEORGE III BRIGHT-CUT FLATWARE INCLUDING:
a set of 6 tea spoons, a single tea spoon, 8 dessert spoons, and 2 table spoons, mixed makers & dates 1784-1798; 14 oz (17)£100-150
386.    BY CHARLES BOYTON:
A small, handmade tazza with applied leaves & florets and a 'twisted' stem, the foot inscribed, by Charles Boyton, London 1938 (with Charles Boyton's facsimile signature); 4.3" (11 cms) high; 6.25 oz£200-250
387.    A HANDMADE CREAM JUG
stamped "DRYAD"* and hallmarked Birmingham 1913, sponsor's mark of Collins & Co.; 3.75" (9.5 cms) high; 3 oz
* The Dryad enterprise was set up in Leicester in 1906 by Harold Peach, aided by Benjamin Fletcher who was head of the Leicester School of Art from 1900. The firm produced handicrafts and cane furniture. In 1912 Peach went into partnership with William Pick, a former pupil at Leicester School of Art, who had already set up the metalwork firm of Collins & Co. in Leicester. This partnership became Dryad Metalworks and had a policy of employing professional designers.£120-150
388.    A MODERN IRISH PIERCED DISH
of hexagonal outline by the Royal Irish Silver Co., Dublin 1973*;
9" (23 cms) wide; 8.5 oz

*With the Gleninsheen Collar mark, to commemorate Ireland's year of entry into the E.E.C.£70-100
389.    A GEORGE IV OBLONG CRUET FRAME
with a gadrooned border, paw feet and a foliate ring handle, fitted with 4 stoppered, fluted glass bottles, 3 mounted, fluted glass bottles and another lacking its mount by Joseph Angell, London 1824; the base 8.5" (21.5 cms) long; 18.5 oz weighable silver£300-400
390.    TWO SIMILAR MODERN SCOTTISH QUAICHES
with 'Celtic knot' handles, both inscribed, a bonbon dish with an engraved polyfoil rim by Mappin & Webb, and a small handmade, Britannia standard, counter dish; 3.5" (9 cms) diameter; 16 oz (4)£100-130
391.    A GEORGE II BALUSTER SUGAR CASTER
the high domed cover with alternate panels of pierced scrolls & drilled holes, knop finial, by Samuel Wood, London 1742; 7" (17.8 cms) high; 7.5 oz£300-400
392.    A MODERN SALVER
with a shaped & moulded border, by S. Blackersee & Sons, Chester 1930;
12.25" (31 cms) diameter; 24 oz£150-200
393.    A GEORGE II SPARROW-BEAK CREAM JUG
baluster with scroll handle, scratched initials "MT" under the foot, & crested, by John Gamon, London 1731; 2.8" (7.2 cms) high; 2 oz£300-400
394.    A MODERN WAITER
a knop spoon, a late Victorian bombe tea caddy by G. Nathan & R. Hayes, Chester 1900 and a modern two handled sugar bowl; the caddy 4.5" (11.5 cms) high; 22 oz (4)£200-250
395.    A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN DWARF CANDLESTICKS
with domed square bases & wrythen-fluted columns, by Hawkesworth Eyre & Co., Sheffield 1898/99 (loaded); 5.75" (14.5 cms) high (2)£100-150
396.    A GEORGE III HALF FLUTED CREAM JUG
initialled "Hg" by Alice & George Burrows, London 1803 (gilt interior), a pair of Victorian embossed salts (blue glass liners & 2 late spoons) by Robert Hennell, London 1877 and a small 19th century Russian salt; 3" (8 cms) wide;
7.5 oz weighable silver (6)£100-150
397.    A LATE VICTORIAN PIERCED CONDIMENT SET
comprising a mustard, 4 salts & 2 pepperettes (all with blue glass liners except 1 salt) by J & W Deakin, Sheffield 1897, & 2 non-matching spoons; 7 oz weighable silver (lot)£100-150
398.    A GEORGE III EWER
of baluster form on a circular pedestal base with a hinged cover & bead borders, with a later 'prize' inscription and a later, ivory-insulated handle*, by John Scofield, London 1783 (the maker's mark on the foot overstruck by that of Robert Hennell); 12.1" (31 cms) high; 26 oz
*The handle with additional marks for W.R. Sobey, London 1839.£300-400
399.    AN EARLY GEORGE I BRANDY SAUCEPAN
turned wooden handle & scratched initials "S.V." underneath, by an untraced maker*, London 1715; 3.1" (8 cms) diameter; 4 oz
*Grimwade no.3508
£300-400
400.    A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH, LARGE WINE TASTER
with griffon-mask, serpent ring handle, decorated around the sides with cut-card wine related scenes, the bowl inset with a large medal by "B DUVIVIER" depicting the portrait busts of Louis XVI and Mary Antoinette on the obverse, struck with pseudo marks, Paris c.1900; 4.5" (11.2 cms) diameter; 11 oz£500-600
401.    A PAIR OF VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATED, CLUSTER-COLUMN CANDLESTICKS
on stepped, square bases with stiff leaf capitals c.1900; 11" (28 cms) high (2)£80-100
402.    A LATE GEORGE II PLAIN BALUSTER MUG
with a leaf-capped scroll handle & spreading foot, the base with the scratch initials "MT" by Thomas Moor (II), London 1758, together with 2 modern sugar bowls; the mug 4.75" (12 cms) high; 19.5 oz (3)£250-350
403.    A GEORGE III BALUSTER CREAM JUG
on a domed & part fluted foot with a cast, serpent & scroll handle, the body embossed with wrythen fluting and floral garlands, rocaille cartouche, initialled "LMF", probably by Samuel Meriton, London 1765; 12.5" (4.9 cms) high; 4.4 oz£250-300
404.    A MODERN REPRODUCTION OF AN EARLY GEORGE III CHINOISERIE CAKE BASKET
the sides with panels of assorted pierced work, separated by beaded swirls, the swing handle with cast chinamen mask scrolls, the border & foot also decorated with chinamen masks, by Messrs. L.A. Crichton, London 1919;
15" (38 cms) long; 48 oz£400-600
405.    A WILLIAM IV INKSTAND
of shaped oblong outline with ornate feet, a floral scroll border and 2 pen depressions, fitted with 2 mounted cut glass bottles and a central box & cover, the cover with conical snuffer but lacking the taperstick by C. Reily & G. Storer, London 1836; 13.25" (33.6 cms) long; 35 oz weighable silver£1000-1300
406.    A CONTINENTAL SQUARE CIGAR BOX
with a hinged cover, inset with a panel of inlaid, wood veneer centred by a vacant, cruciform cartouche, gilt interior & English import marks for London 1924;
5.1" (13 cms); 16.5 oz£300-350
407.    AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN HUNTING HORN
silvergilt & champleve enamelled with an ivory mouthpiece, small inscription around the rim, and suspensory cord with tassles, maker's mark "WR" (below an eagle), probably Vienna 1880-1900; 5.75" (14.5 cms) long; 5 oz gross£1200-1500
408.    A MODERN MOUNTED, TURNED WOODEN MAZER BOWL
with a flaring rim, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield 1929; 4.75" (12 cms) diameter£100-150
409.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III SCALLOP-SHELL SALTS
on periwinckle feet with upswept, scroll handles, maker's mark worn London 1806; 4.2" (10.5 cms) wide; 7.75 oz (2)£500-600
410.    A CAST MODERN TAZZA
(after an antique Greco-Roman example) on a pedestal foot with bifurcated loop handles, the foot inscribed underneath "I am the cup of Mabel Greville, made by Robert Woodhouse", by Robert Woodhouse, London 1915
6.4" (16.3 cms) wide; 8.25 oz
Literature: Culme, J: The Directory, marks 12780, 12786 and pp 496 where Culme notes that Robert Woodhouse was a relation of Frederik Temple, 3rd Marquess of Dufferin & Ava recorded at Orford House, Bishop's Stortford Essex (13.8.87-5.12.06) and the St. James's Club, St. James's, London SW (13.8.89). Besides various items of decorative silver he is also noted to have made a two-handled tazza in the antique taste hallmarked London 1894 and the silver fittings for Queen Mary's dolls' house.£150-200
411.    A PAIR OF MODERN SWEDISH BEAKERS
"made from silver from the old Sala silver mine..." and a pair of mounted tortoiseshell pill boxes by Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1926; 1.6" (4 cms) diameter; 6 oz weighable silver (4)£100-120
412.    A GEORGE III WINE FUNNEL
with reeded borders and a shaped tang, by Robert Hennell, London 1792;
5" (12.4 cms) high; 2.5 oz£300-350
413.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY DUTCH CHATELAINE HOOK
engraved with a bird & flowers with a large, spring loaded clip (perhaps for keys) suspended on a swivel, initialled "HUH", probably by Gerrit van Goethem, Middelburg c.1780; 9.5" (21.5 cms) long overall; 4.9 oz£100-150
414.    A MODERN AUSTRIAN CASTER
of vase form with a bun cover and engraved decoration c.1925;
5.5" (14 cms) high; 2.5 oz£40-50
415.    A GEORGE III BELLIED OVAL CREAM JUG
with pricked borders, a reeded border & handle, initialled "W", by Alice & George Burrows, London 1803; 4" (10 cms) high; 3 oz£120-150
416.    A SET OF 4 EDWARDIAN NAVETTE-SHAPED SALTS
with pierced sides, foliate feet & blue glass liners, maker "WM&S", Sheffield 1906 and a modern, mounted glass preserve jar with a cam-operated cover, by J.C. Vickery, Birmingham 1920; 3.5" (9 cms) high; 5.5 oz weighable silver (5)£120-150
417.    AN EDWARDIAN CHAMBERSTICK
oblong with gadrooned borders and a conical snuffer, by T. Bradbury & Son, London 1906 and a later Victorian oblong bonbon dish with pierced sides and a scroll border, by C.C. Pilling, London 1901; 6.5" (16.5 cms) long; 16 oz (2)£140-180
418.    A MODERN 'SPARROWBEAK' CREAM JUG,
a mounted, ribbed glass 'vestaball', a cased set of 6 tea knives with mother of pearl handles and a small, curved spirit flask, initialled; 3.5" (9 cms) high; 8.25 oz weighable silver (4)£130-150
419.    HUNTING:
a late Victorian mounted otter paw, paper knife with an ivory handle, initialled "JES" & inscribed "COLATON 1st August 1889" by Deakin Francis, Birmingham 1889; 12.9" (32.6 cms) long£70-90
420.    SCANDINAVIAN:
a pair of dwarf candlesticks with oval bases and part-fluting, loaded, a pair of Norwegian, horn-shaped pepperettes with zoomorphic decoration, and a Norwegian salt in the form of a longship (blue glass liner); 3.1" (8 cms) long;
1.5 oz weighable silver (4)£80-120
421.    A VICTORIAN TOAST RACK
on scroll feet with 7 arched bars & central handle, by Edward & John Barnard, London 1858; 6.5" (16.5 cms) long; 9 oz£100-120
422.    A VICTORIAN ENGRAVED SALVER
with a shell & scroll border and a vacant centre, scroll feet, by D & C. Houle, London 1851; 10.75" (27.5 cms) diameter; 20.5 oz£200-250
423.    TWO CONTEMPORARY CAST MODELS OF STAGS;
one grazing & one lying down, grooming himself, by C.F. Hancocks & Co., London 1992/93; the standing stag 5" (12.5 cms) long; 12 oz (2)£300-350
424.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III SQUAT CIRCULAR SALTS
on 3 shell feet, initialled, blue glass liners, by Samuel Meriton, London 1767 together with a pair of George II Hanoverian saltspoons with scallop shell bowls, crested, marks rubbed c.1750, the salts 2.5" (6.4 cms) diameter; 5 oz (4)£130-140
425.    A PAIR OF MODERN SPANISH MODELS OF STORKS
approx. 6.5" (16 cms) high; 4.5 oz (2)£80-120
426.    AN EDWARDIAN BALUSTER POT
spool shaped base, gadrooned borders & a wrythen finial (no liner), by Edward James Watherston, London 1902; 4.6" (11.6 cms) high; 7.5 oz£100-150
427.    A GEORGE III PIERCED CIRCULAR CRUET BASE
now with a blue glass liner, London 1782 (A/F), a modern bonbon dish, and a Victorian engraved Christening mug, initialled, by E J & N. Haselar, London 1899; 3" (7.6 cms) high; 6.5 oz weighable silver (3)£200-250
428.    AN EDWARDIAN CASED CREAM JUG, SUGAR BOWL & PAIR OF SUGAR TONGS by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1903, & a cased late Victorian Christening spoon, inscribed, by G Jackson & D Fullerton, London 1900; 6.5 oz weighable silver (2)£100-130
429.    A MIXED LOT:
a carved ivory figure of a child looking at a picture book (damage), a cigarette box, an 8 piece condiment set (lacking some liners), a mounted timepiece A/F, and a pair of Old Sheffield plated wine coasters (lot)£100-150
430.    AN ART DECO MUG
with an angular handle and a stepped circular body, initialled "GIDS" by H.W. Haseler, Birmingham 1935 together with a small modern fox mask paperknife by Stokes & Ireland, Chester 1923 and a mounted ebony staff;
the mug 3.1" (7.9 cms); 4.25 oz weighable silver (3)£120-150
431.    A CASED MODERN DRESSING TABLE SET COMPRISING:
hand mirror, 2 hair brushes, 2 clothes brushes and a comb (A/F), with engine-turned decoration together with a plated cigarette case£40-50
432.    A SMALL EDWARDIAN EMBOSSED TEA CADDY
with upswept sided wrythen finial by G. Nathan & R Hayes, Chester 1901 and a small quantity of assorted spoons & one fork; 14 oz (15)£120-150
433.    THREE CHINESE MENU HOLDERS
in the form of dragons, a novelty pin cushion in the form of a hatching chick by S. Mordan & Co., Birmingham 1910 (A/F) and a Chinese pepperette body adapted for use as a pincushion; 2" (5 cms) high; 3.5 oz weighable silver (50£80-100
434.    INDIAN:
3 various small boxes & coves each chased with nature flora & fauna, a plated box & cover and a mounted hardwood figure of an elephant parading Buddha's tooth in a display canopy on its back; 6.6" (17 cms) high; 10 oz weighable silver (5)£150-200
435.    A GEORGE III TWO HANDLED CUP
of plain campana form initialled "CHF" by John King, London 1777 together with an Edwardian embossed porringer by G. Nathan & r. Hayes, Chester 1901 and a pair of Citorian squat circular salts on 3 legs, by Martin Hall & Co., Sheffield 1859; 3" (7.5 cms) diameter; 17.5 oz (4)£200-250
436.    A GEORGE III CREAM JUG
with bright-engraved, maker's mark of George Gray overstriking that of Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1794, together with a mounted glass condiment jar & cover and another cover (only) by John Scofield, London 1796, the jug 5.5" (14. cms) high; 4.5 oz weighable silver (3)£70-100
437.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY INDIAN ROSEWATER DISH
in the form of a stylised lotus flower with inset seedhead & sepals, unmarked; 9.75" (24.5 cms) diameter; 23.5 oz£100-120
438.    A GEORGE III CIRCULAR TEA POT STAND OR WAITER
with fluted bracket feet, a gadrooned border and engraved centre, crested, by Peter & William Bateman, London 1809; 6.25" (15.6 cms) diameter; 5.5 oz
£80-100
439.    A GEORGE IV CREAM JUG
on ball feet with a foliate shell border & foliate handle, by William Bateman, London 1825; 4" (10 cms) high; 6.5 oz£80-100
440.    INDIAN:
2 small bowls with petal shaped rims, embossed around the sides with figures, a petal-shaped stand or tray with embossed figures around the edge and a tiger hunt scene in the centre and a bowl on a pedestal foot with a flaring rim & foliate embossing; 5.75" (14.5 cms) high; 38 oz (4)£150-200
441.    A GEORGE III CREAM JUG
on ball feet with an angular handle and gadrooned rim by Thomas Wallis & Jonathan Hayne, London 1814; 3.5" (9 cms) high; 3.5 oz£80-100
442.    A GEORGE III TAPERING MUG
with skirted base and later embossed decoration, the base with an inscription, by S. Godbere & E. Wigan, London 1790; 5.5" (14 cms) high; 13 oz£150-200
443.    A LATE VICTORIAN ROSE BOWL
with an embossed decoration and a shaped & moulded rim, the cartouche inscribed "A.B.M.D., Christmas 1895", maker's mark "JH", London 1895;
8.5" (21.5 cms) diameter; 18.5 oz£200-250
444.    AN EARLY GEORGE III TANKARD
tapering with a large scroll handle & a domed cover with a chair-back thumb-piece, crested, the handle with scratchweight "24-2", by William Sumner (I), London 1762; 7.5" (19 cms) high; 23.25 oz£400-600
445.    A MODERN PLAIN CIBORIUM
with a knopped stem & cruciform finial, maker's mark "K&K?", London 1928;
7.6" (19.7 cms) high; 9 oz
£100-150
446.    TWO VICTORIAN BONBON DISHES,
a pair of small Victorian salts with blue glass liners and a pair of plated buckles; 6.5 oz weighable silver (6)
£80-120
447.    TWO SPORTING CUPS ON PLINTHS:
"The Bideford & District Farmers' Harriers' point to point Horwood March 11th 1925..." and a smaller "Quarme Harriers puppy show 1931 1st prize dog" cup; the former 6.3" (16 cms) high; 15 oz weighable silver (2)£140-160
448.    A MIXED LOT:
a mug by Viners of Sheffield 1958, a small continental table bell in the form of a lady in a crinoline dress, import marks Chester 1901, a modern ashtray with a cast, fox mask centre, a crescent-shaped ring tree and 2 plated mounted purses; 16.5 oz weighable silver (6)£100-200
449.    A GEORGE III OVAL TEA POT
with fine-bead borders, a straight spout and a low-domed cover, script initials & crest, maker's mark indistinct (overstriking that of another, possibly Hester Bateman), London 1785; 5.75" (14.8 cms) high overall; 12.5 oz£150-200
450.    A MODERN MUSTARD POT
in the form of a tankard with applied reeded bands (blue glass liner) by H. Lambert, of Coventry Street, London, 1912; 2.85" (8.2 cms) high; 2 oz£100-120
451.    A LATE VICTORIAN SMALL TOASTRACK
by Pembrook & Dickens, Birmingham 1899, a modern child's pusher & spoon and a plated sifter ladle; 3.75 oz weighable (4)£30-40
452.    A GEORGE III OVAL SUGAR BOWL
with a flaring rim and an oval foot, by William Bennett, London 1794;
3" (7.7 cms) high; 6.8 oz£120-150
453.    A MODERN OVAL TEA CADDY
wrythen finial by W. Neale & Sons Ltd., Birmingham 1910 and a George III engraved caddy spoon by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1819 (2);
the caddy 3" (8 cms) high; 4 oz£100-120
454.    AN EDWARDIAN 3 PIECE TEA SET
of bellied oval form on 4 legs, with a feather edged rim, by Messrs. Hutton, London 1908; 36 oz (3)
£250-300
455.    AN ART DECO GREEN LEATHER DRESSING CASE
fitted with the following: a hand mirror, hair brush, clothes brush and 5 mounted bottles, jars decorated in lime green enamel, a leather box, an ivory nail buffer etc., the mounts by Walker & Hall, Birmingham/Sheffield 1930.
The case 14.25" (36.2 cms) wide£100-150
456.    A VICTORIAN TEA POT
circular with a C-scroll handle, a chased cartouche on one side, initialled "D" and a floral scroll cartouche on the other, flower finial, by Hawkesworth, Eyre & Co, Sheffield 1865; 6" (15 cms) high; 19 oz£250-300
457.    A LATE VICTORIAN BACHELOR'S TEA POT
oval by Chaplin & Sons, London 1894 and a pair of dwarf candlesticks with round bases & plain columns by C. Boyton & Sons, Birmingham; 4.75" (12 cms) high; 8.25 oz weighable silver (3)£120-150
458.    A VICTORIAN PLATED BISCUIT BOX
on an integral stand with bright-engraved decoration & bead borders, crested, by Elkington & Co.; 6" (15 cms) high£30-50
459.    AN EDWARDIAN SQUARE INKWELL
with a bevelled base rising centre & hinged cover (no liner) by Mappin & Webb, London 1904; 4.6" (11.5 cms) , loaded£90-120
460.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III IRISH SUGAR NIPS
with chased, scrollwork arms & shell bowls, the pivot chased with a flowerhead, crowned harp & Hibernia marks only, Dublin c.1775; 5.75" (14.5 cms) long; 2 oz£80-120
461.    FIVE VARIOUS NAPKIN RINGS
a vesta case on a chain, a continental model of Bambi and a set of 7 19th century Dutch tea spoons; 9 oz (14)£120-150
462.    A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON
with an engraved stem and a fluted bowl by Thomas Evans, London 1785 (incise duty mark)£80-120
463.    A GEORGE III WINE FUNNEL
with a shallow circular bowl, shaped tong & beaded rim, initialled, by John Carter, London 1778; 5" (12.7 cms) high; 2.5 oz£250-300
464.    A GEORGE III SALVER
with a shaped gadrooned border & shell & scroll bracket feet, the centre engraved with the badge of the King's Royal Rifles & inscribed "Colonel W.L.K. Ogilvy C.B..." by William Bennett, London 1803; 12" (30.5 cms) diameter; 31.5 oz£400-500
465.    A GEORGE III WINE FUNNEL
with a tulip shaped bowl, long tapering spout and a reeded rim, by Thomas James, London 1808; 6.5" (16.5 cms) high; 4 oz£220-250
466.    A MODERN OVAL MUSTARD POT
with a domed cover & shell thumb-piece (blue glass liner and a Victorian mustard spoon) by C.J. Vander Ltd., London 1932 and a contemporary cylindrical desk tidy with a hammered finish & millenium hallmarks for London 2000;
2.25" (6 cms) high; 8.25 oz weighable silver (3)£120-140
467.    A VICTORIAN GALLERY INKSTAND
on 4 cast openwork feet with an oblong base, the sides pierced with a row of repeating quatrefoil motifs, fitted with 2 similarly pierced, receivers with hinged covers (and clear glass liners) centred by an engraved floral scroll cartouche, London 1877; 7.75" (19.6 cms) long; 12 oz weighable silver£400-500
468.    HARE COURSING:
a Victorian hunting horn, inscribed "Presented to Mr Thos. Watson by the D.C. Club, June 1875", maker's mark "CB" (incise), London 1873; 10" (25.5 cms) long; 3.5 oz

*Sold with a copy of The County Monthly magazine November 1902 featuring an article "MR TOM WATSON, a Veteran Sportsman" pp398-407. It seems that Tom Watson did a lot of work for the Darlington Coursing Club and they presented him with this horn as he was a great hunting man.£700-900
469.    A 20TH CENTURY TABLE LIGHTER
with twin handles and a faceted, urn-shaped body, possibly South African;
3.1" (8 cms) high; 4 oz£80-100
470.    A FAR EASTERN CIGARETT BOX
inscribed on the cover "Major General T.T.Thompson from Edwina Mountbatten RAPWI* SEAC 1945" together with a tobacco tin & cover with numerous facsimile signatures & inscribed "T.O.T. from a few Stragglers Ex Far East"; the latter 2.9" (7.3 cms) high (2)
* The initials RAPWI stand for Recovery of Allied Prisoners of War & Internees.£120-150
471.    A SMALL EARLY 18TH CENTURY TWO HANDLED CUP
with a lobed circular outline, a small flared foot & scratched initials "LC" on one side, struck with 3 marks "Pq", "FY" & "CAM" over "POS", probably Spanish/Spanish Colonial c.1700; 2.75" (7 cms) diameter; 1.1 oz£150-200
472.    AN 18TH CENTURY EARLY ROYALIST BADGE
oval with the Royal Arms on one side and King Charles I's portrait on the other, unmarked c.1745; 1.7" (4.1 cms) high; 0.3 oz£500-600
473.    AN EARLY GEORGE III PARCELGILT BEAKER
tapering with a flat base, gilt interior & engraved crest, the base with scratchweight "5 oz=2" by Samuel Meriton, London 1763; 3.25" (8.4 cms) high; 5 oz£500-600
474.    A GEORGE III TOOTHPOWDER BOX
of narrow oblong form with 2 hinged covers (for 2 grades of powder) by Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham 1817 and a George IV unmarked toothbrush 1820-30; 5.75" (14.6 cms) long; 0.5 oz weighable silver (2)£200-250
475.    AN EDWARDIAN TAZZA
on a trumpet-shaped foot with a moulded, wavy border and twin, scroll handles, by John Rand, Sheffield 1905; 10" (25.5 cms) high; 33 oz£200-300
476.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III WINE COASTERS
with pierced & engraved sides, tapering inwards towards a beaded rim, inset, turned wooden bases, crested marks worn, probably by William Abdy, London c.1781; 5.4" (13.6 cms) diameter (2)£300-500
477.    A GEORGE II LATTICEWORK CAKE BASKET
oval with flaring sides and reeded borders, the centre with an engraved, vacant cartouche, & lacking swing handle, maker's mark lost in reeding, London 1752; 12" (30.4 cms) long; 31 oz£400-600
478.    A SMALL GEORGE III SCOTTISH FUNNEL
with detachable muslin ring and swirl-fluted bowl, engraved crest below the motto "EVER READY"*, unmarked c.1780; 4" (10 cms) long; 1.5 oz
* for Rae of Govan, Scotland
£60-80
479.    A CHARLES II PROVINCIAL WINE TASTER
shallow circular with s-scroll handles, 'punched' with stylised flowers around the sides, a six petalled flower in the centre and borders of beading, scratched initials, "H" over "IM", maker's mark only (indistinct), unascribed c.1670; 3.5" (9 cms) diameter; 2 oz£700-900
480.    A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN 'DISC' TYPE MENU HOLDERS
by Asprey & Co., London 1904; 1.25" (3 cms) high ; 1.6 oz (2)£100-120
481.    AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY NECK RING WINE LABEL
incised & filled "MALAGA", maker's mark only "JC" (struck twice), unascribed c.1800£120-150
482.    A GEORGE III SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL WINE LABEL
in the form of a gorget, incised "PORT", maker's mark only "I.E." (struck twice) by James Erskine, Aberdeen c.1800 (struck also with a later, French duty mark)£100-150
483.    A GEORGE III NECK RING WINE LABEL
with a curved title area incised & filled "HOCK", maker's mark only "IC" (struck twice, unascribed possibly American c.1800£120-150
484.    A GEORGE III/IV SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL WINE LABEL
rounded oblong with a reeded border, incised & filled "MADEIRA" by George Booth, Aberdeen (GB, AB, D,N) c.1820£120-150
485.    A GEORGE III NARROW OBLONG WINE LABEL
incised "LISBON", maker's mark only "W.S." (struck twice), unascribed possibly Scottish, but possibly also American by William Simes of Portsmouth N.H. c.1800£100-150
486.    A GEORGE III CRESCENT WINE LABEL
with a feather edge, incised "SHERRY", maker's mark only "WS", unascribed, possibly Scottish 1780-1800£100-150
487.    A SMALL COLLECTION OF WINE LABELS:
A rare George III Scottish provincial wine label, rounded oblong with a wire border incised "PORT" by Alexander Stewart, Tain (A.S., Cinquefoil - twice) 1810-20£300-400
488.    A GEORGE III OBLONG WINE LABEL
incised "CLARET", maker's mark only, "RM" (struck 3 times) unascribed, possibly Scottish c.1800£130-150
489.    A GEORGE III OBLONG WINE LABEL
gadrooned border, incised "SHERRY" maker's mark only "JG" (struck twice), unascribed probably provincial/Scottish c.1780£100-130
490.    A GEORGE IV/WILLIAM IV WINE LABEL
stamped, with a shell & scroll border, incised "PORT", maker's mark only "GH" (struck 4 times), unascribed possibly Scottish 1825-35£250-300
491.    AN EARLY VICTORIAN SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL WINE LABEL
canted oblong with a single reed border, incised "LISBON", by Robert Keay (II), Perth (RK, RK) c.1845£120-150
492.    A GEORGE III DOMED OVAL WINE LABEL
with a bright-cut border, incised "WHISKY", maker's mark "IS" (thrice), unascribed, probably provincial/Scottish c.1790£140-160
493.    TWO EARLY 19TH CENTURY AMERICAN WINE LABELS:
an oval incised "GIN" and a crescent with a wrigglework border "RUM", each with maker's mark "SS" (struck twice), probably by Silas Sawin (of Boston MA & New York N.Y.) 1820-30 (2)£170-200
494.    A RARE EARLY VICTORIAN SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL NECK RING WINE LABEL 'stamped' with shells & grapes and a scroll title area "PORT", maker's mark only, "WS", probably by William Simpson (I), Banff c.1840£150-200
495.    A GEORGE III SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL WINE LABEL
in the form of a shaped crescent, incised "BRANDY", maker's mark only, "PL" by Peter Lambert, Aberdeen c.1820£150-200
496.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE WINE LABEL
of crescent form with a dragon surmount, incised "SHERRY", maker's mark "KL" (and a character mark)£70-90
497.    A PAIR OF VICTORIAN VINE LEAF WINE LABELS
pierced "PORT" & "SHERRY" below a bunch of grapes in relief by George Unite, Birmingham 1862; 0.6 oz (2)£100-150
498.    A 19TH CENTURY 'HERALDIC' WINE LABEL
"GIN", maker's mark only "MB", possibly China trade 1820-30

*This label may have been made in China, copying an earlier example by Margaret Binley and being a faithful reproduction up to & including the maker's mark.£180-220
499.    A GEORGE III WINE LABEL
oblong with a gadrooned border, pierced "SHERRY" by Messrs. T & J Phipps & E. Robinson, London 1814 and two antique sauce ladles, one pierced "CAYENNE" & the other "ANCHOVY" (both with their marks lost in piercing); 0.5 oz (3)£80-100
500.    A RARE 19TH CENTURY 'CHINA TRADE' WINE LABEL
(imitating Charles Rawlings's Lady Bountiful design of 1821) pierced "PORT", maker's mark only "HC", 1825-40; 0.75 oz£300-350
501.    THREE WINE LABELS:
a George IV Scottish example, canted oblong with a reeded border, incised "WHISKY", by William Russell, Glasgow 1829, a George III navette-shaped "RUM", A/F, and a small oval "WHISKY" table, unmarked; 1 oz (3)£50-70
502.    A PAIR OF GLAZED POTTERY BIN LABELS,
"MADEIRA" with incise maker's mark of Davenport; 5.3" (13.5 cms) wide£300-350
503.    A SMALL MOUNTED POCKET KNIFE
with 2 polished steel blades, inscribed "Xmas 1919" maker "NB Ltd.", Sheffield 1918, retailed by "A. Barrett & Sons, 63 & 64 Piccadilly" and a decorative, engraved, cut-out letter "P" wine label by C. Rawlings & W. Summers, London 1843; the knife 2" (5 cms) long (2)£30-50
504.    TWO MINTON, GLAZED POTTERY BIN LABELS
"PORT" & "SHERRY" and another "PORT" by Davenport, the Minton ones
5.6" (14 cms) wide (3)£500-600
505.    AN 18TH CENTURY PECTORAL CROSS
with applied adornment, the back engraved with the crucifixion, the hinged cover pierced & engraved, secured by a 'wing' screw and opening to reveal 6 compartments, struck twice with a maker's mark "VL"? and twice with a town mark, Naples, 1st half of the 18th century; 3.4" (8.6 cms) long; 0.75 oz£500-600
506.    A GEORGE IV SQUAT CIRCULAR MUSTARD POT
on 3 shell & scroll feet, knop finial & blue glass liner, crested, by Charles Fox, London 1828 and another mustard pot, blue glass liner and 2 non-matching condiment spoons; the former mustard 3.25" (8.1 cms) high; 8.5 oz weighable silver (4)£160-180
507.    A GEORGE II TANKARD
of tapering form with a skirted base, domed cover & scroll handle, later decorated with embossed work and a cartouche, inscribed "Arundel Christmas Market 1825, the gift of the members of the Borough Presented to.....for the best Sussex Steer" (never presented!), by William Shaw & William Priest, London 1755;
7.5" (19 cms) high; 27.5 oz£600-700
508.    A GEORGE III VASE-SHAPED PEPPER CASTER
with gadrooned borders, a double-domed cover & wrythen finial, by James Mince, London 1798 and a smaller, early Victorian caster with stiff leaf decoration, by Edward Edwards (II), London 1837; 4" (10 cms) high; 7 oz (2)£150-200
509.    Ladle
A VICTORIAN ENGRAVED SUGAR BOWL
with sugar bowl with swirl fluting and matching sugar sifter ladle, monogrammed, by William Evans, London 1888, a late 19th century Dutch, pierced sweetmeat basket with engraved sides, a continental, two handled sugar bowl and a pair of modern sugar tongs; the dutch basket 6.5" (16.5 cms) long; 14 oz (5)
£150-200
510.    A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN CORINTHIAN COLUMN CANDLESTICKS
on stepped square bases, with bead borders & detachable nozzles, by Henry Wilkinson & Co., London 1893 (loaded); 10" (25.5 cms) high (2)£300-350
511.    A VICTORIAN 4-PIECE TEA & COFFEE SERVICE
with engraved baluster bodies, flat bases & scroll handles, the 2 pots with fruit finials, by W.R. Smily, London 1854; 73 oz (4)£500-700
512.    AN EDWARDIAN TEA CANNISTER
plain cylindrical with a "prize off" cover, initialled & dated, "JCP 21 January 1910" by Page, Keen & Page (of Plymouth), London 1909; 4.3" (11 cms) diameter;
9.5 oz£120-150
513.    A CAST CONTINENTAL TABLE DECORATION IN THE FORM OF A TURKEY COCK, with pseudo marks and English import marks for London 1910;
5.2" (13 cms) high; 11 oz£250-300
514.    AN EDWARDIAN NAVETTE-SHAPED BREAD DISH
with pierced sides & a gadroon & shell border, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1901; 13.5" (34.2 cms) long; 14 oz£100-150
515.    A VICTORIAN MOUNTED GLASS PART TOILET SET COMPRISING:
3 scent/toilet water bottles, 3 oblong boxes/jars, a circular powder box, a small circular pin box and another oblong box with a screw down cover, all with star-cut bases, the mounts crested & engraved, by Thomas Diller, London 1840/47; the longest box 6.7" (17 cms) long; 6 oz weighable silver (9)£250-300
516.    A PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS ON CANTED SQUARE BASES
with tapering columns, decorated in relief with urns, ram's mask and swags, by R. Martin & E. Hall, Sheffield 1903 and a modern circular dish on a pedestal foot with a galleried border by Walker & Hall, Sheffield; 8.25" (21 cms) diameter;
11.5 oz weighable silver (3)£200-250
517.    CONDIMENTS:
a 3 piece condiment set (blue glass liners & later spoon) by Hanley, Pidduck & Southport, London 1936, a pierced, 3 piece condiment set (with blue glass liners) maker "C&A", London 1931, a set of 4 embossed circular salts on 3 feet (blue glass liners) by Walker & Tolhurst, London 1887, and a modern mounted wooden wine coaster;
5" (12.7 cms) diameter; 9 oz weighable silver (12)£150-200
518.    A MODERN BALUSTER MUG
scroll handle & spreading foot, initialled & dated "Xmas 1919", by Robert Stewart, London 1915; 5" (12.5 cms) high; 10 oz£80-100
519.    BY CHARLES FOX:
a faithful George IV reproduction of a George II embossed coffee pot, tapering, with a tucked-in base, decorative spout & floral scroll repousse work, domed cover & bud finial, crested, London 1825; 10.2" (25.8 cms) high; 32 oz£900-1200
520.    A CASED MODERN 3 PIECE CONDIMENT SET
with panelled circular bodies, (blue glass liners & 2 spoons) by Alexander Clark Co. Ltd., Sheffield/Birmingham 1932 together with a cased modern 'trefid' spoon & fork, initialled, a pair of Albert pattern sugar tongs by George Whiting, London 1862 and a smaller pierced, decorative pair of G. Jackson & D. Fullerton, London 1899; 9 oz weighable silver (4)£100-130
521.    AN EDWARDIAN EMBOSSED DRESSING TABLE TRAY
oblong with a crimped border and a maiden picking flower petals in the centre together with two mounted glass jars to match, all by Levi & Salamon, Birmingham 1903; the tray 10" (25.2 cms) long; 8.75 oz weighable silver (3)£100-150
522.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III SQUAT CIRCULAR SALTS
on 3 legs by Stephen Adams, London 1772/73 and a Victorian swirl-fluted sugar bowl on 3 legs by Henry John Lias, London 1878; the latter 4.6" (12 cms) diameter; 8 oz (3)£100-140
523.    A GEORGE III ENGRAVED CREAM JUG
oval with a loop handle and flat base, maker's mark "?B", London 1796, a George III pedestal cream jug with a beaded rim, initialled, maker's mark defaced, London 1794, a small Edwardian plain oval cream jug by G. Nathan & r. Hayes, Chester 1908 and a small Victorian cream jug with swirl fluting by Thomas Hayes, Birmingham 1890, the latter 3.3" (8.3 cms) high; 10 oz (4)£140-200
524.    A FRENCH ELECTROPLATED 6-LIGHT CANDELABRA
with a circular base, turned stem and 5 detachable scroll branches, maker's mark "CF"; 18.25" (46 cms) high£100-150
525.    A VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATED TURNOVER DISH
on ram's mask and hoof legs with foliate festoons in between and an ivory 'button', by Martin Hall & Co., (no liners); 12.75" (32.5 cms) wide£50-80
526.    A LATE VICTORIAN MOUNTED PONY HOOF INKWELL
with shoe, domed cover & ball finial, crested, cut glass liner by Elkington & Co. Ltd., Birmingham 1893; 5.5" (14 cms) long£100-200
527.    A LATE VICTORIAN HOT WATER JUG
with a tucked in base & knop finial, by R. Martin & E. Hall, Sheffield 1894;
7.75" (19.8 cms) high; 14 oz£80-100
528.    A VICTORIAN SWING HANDLED SUGAR BASKET
with engraved decoration, bead borders and a domed foot with winged female figures forming the bowl support, by George Adams, London 1865; 6" (15.2 cms) wide; 8.75 oz£150-200
529.    A GEORGE IV EMBOSSED CIRCULAR SALT
on paw feet with a gilt bowl and scroll border, crested by J. Wrangham & J. Moulson, London 1825; 3.75" (9.5 cms) diameter; 4.5 oz£100-110
530.    A PAIR OF MODERN CANDLESTICKS
on oval bases with tapering columns, vase-shaped capitals and fluted decoration by Charles Boyton & Sons, London 1910 (loaded); 11.2" (28.4 cms) high (2)£200-250
531.    AN EDWARDIAN TEA CADDY
of canted oblong form with part-fluted corners, an engraved coat of arms and a flushing-fitting cover with knop finial, by Messrs. Crichton, London 1908;
4.1" (10.5 cms) high; 11 oz
* The arms are those of 4th Duke of Wellington (1849-1934), who succeeded his brother in 1900.£250-300
532.    A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SQUAT CIRCULAR SALTS
on 3 paw feet with shaped, gadrooned rims, by Henry Holland, London 1871;
3" (7.6 cms) diameter; 6.75 oz (2)£80-100
533.    AN EDWARDIAN CASED KINGS' HUSK PATTERN
a sardine slice & fork, by John Rand, Sheffield 1906, a modern cased spoon & fork with stainless steel knife and a plated Christening knife, fork & spoon;
1.5 oz weighable silver (3)£30-40
534.    A PAIR OF MODERN TRUSTY SERVANT* MENU HOLDERS
by Frederick James Ross, London 1913;
2.4" (6 cms) high; 1 oz (2)

* WINCHESTER TRUSTY SERVANT
Taken from a painting of Winchester College. He is dressed in Windsor uniform and wig. He has a pig's head; donkey's ears; padlocked jaw; deer's feet; he carries a sword and shield and holds a collection of household implements in his left had.
"A trusty servant's portrait would you see,
This Emblematic Figure well survey:
The porkers' Snout, not nice in diet shews:
The Padlock Shut, no secrets he'll disclose.
Patient, the Ass his master's wrath will hear.
Swiftness in errand, the stag's Feet declare;
Loaded his Left Hand, apt to labour saith;
The Vest, his neatness: Open Hand his faith.
Girt with his sword; Open Hand his faith.
Girt with his sword; his Shield upon his arm;
Himself and Master he'll protect from harm."

£250-300
535.    A PAIR OF VICTORIAN DWARF CANDLESTICKS
with fluted columns, bevelled square bases & bead borders, by R. Martin & E. Hall, London 1886 (loaded); 5.4" (13.5 cms) high (2)£80-120
536.    SIX EDWARDIAN 'DOUBLE' SOVEREIGN CASES
(5 by H. Wilkinson & Co., Birmingham 1906 and 1 by "NCR.Co", Birmingham 1904); 2.5" (5.9 cms) long; 6 oz (6)£200-300
537.    A VICTORIAN BOSUN'S WHISTLE
of convential form with engraved decoration, initialled "HDC" on one side, maker's mark "CW&S" Birmingham, 1897. 4.5" (11.5 cms) long; 0.8 oz£300-400
538.    A MODERN 6 PIECE CONDIMENT SET
comprising 2 pepperettes, 2 salts (blue glass liners) and two mustards (blue glass liners), with lion mask & paw feet and circular bodies, by C.J. Vander Ltd., London 1966; 23 oz weighable silver (6)£200-250
539.    A SET OF 4 LATE VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATED OBLONG ENTREE DISHES & COVERS with detachable foliate handles and reed & foliate borders;
12" (30 cms) long (4)£100-150
540.    A MODERN MATCHING COFFEE POT AND HOT MILK/WATER JUG
of baluster form with gadrooned borders, leather insulated handles and wrythen finials, by Townley & Thomas, London 1913/14 (the coffee pot cover lacking a hinge pin); 8.75" (22.2 cms) high; 29.5 oz (2)£250-300
541.    A MODERN TEA POT
on ball feet with a rounded oblong body and a gadrooned rim, crested, by Charles Stuart Harris & Sons, London 1933; 5.25" (13.3 cms) high; 19.5 oz£80-120
542.    A GEORGE III SMALL BALUSTER MUG
on a spreading circular foot with a double scroll handle, inscribed "Janet Deborah Durnford from Ralph Hylton Pemberton June 1901", probably by Walter Brind, London 1772; 3.45" (8.7 cms) high; 6 oz£80-120
543.    A MIXED LOT:
a modern tea strainer & stand, a small wrythen vase (loaded), a match box, domed cover, a small art nouveau vase (no liner), an embossed, mounted smelling salts bottle and a George III "PORT" wine label by E. Morley, London 1812;
5.5 oz weighable silver (7)£100-150
544.    A PAIR OF MODERN SCOTTISH CANDLESTICKS
on shaped square bases with knopped columns and anthemion-like decoration at the corners, by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1917 (loaded); 11" (28 cms) high (2)£400-500
545.    A QUEEN ANNE PORRINGER
with twin S-scroll handles, a domed foot & a campana shaped body, decorated with part-fluting, scratched underneath with the date "1706", & the scratchweight "17-16" by John Leach, London 1707; 5" (12.5 cms) high; 17 oz£1000-1500
546.    A PAIR OF GEORGE III CANDLESTICKS
on round bases with tapering columns, decorated with part fluting and ovol borders, crested and initialled, by John Roberts & Co., Sheffield 1807 (loaded) together with a pair of electroplated, non-matching branches. The sticks 12.6" (32 cms) high (4)£400-500
547.    A GEORGE III SWING HANDLED SUGAR BASKET
wirework with a wavy rim & a blue glass liner, the sides with applied foliage and medallions, crested, by William Plummer, London 1772; 3.4" (8.7 cms) high;
3 oz weighable silver£350-400
548.    AN EASTERN CIRCULAR PLAQUE
chased and embossed in low relief with a peacock displaying, unmarked probably Burmese/Indian early 20th century; 7" (17.5 cms) diameter; 3.8 oz£60-100
549.    A VICTORIAN PIERCED DISH
on 4 ornate feet with twin, cast, lion mask & drop-ring handles, the sides with scrolling foliage & berries in relief, blue glass liner, by E. Finlay & H. Taylor, London 1888; 7" (18 cms) diameter; 17 oz weighable silver£250-300
550.    A GEORGE II PEPPER CASTER
crested, by Samuel Meriton (I), London 1747 and a Victorian sauceboat by O & J Welby, London 1894; 5.5" (14 cms) long; 7 oz (2)£80-100
551.    A VICTORIAN EMBOSSED TEA POT
with a C-scroll handle, spreading circular foot and a domed cover with a fruit finial, engraved cypher on one side, probably by William Moulson, London 1849;
5.5" (14 cms) high; 14 oz
£150-180
552.    A MODERN TAPERING HOTWATER JUG
with a domed cover & knop finial by D & J Welby, London 1920;
7.75" (19.7 cms) high; 13 oz£70-90
553.    A VICTORIAN ENGRAVED GOBLET
small inscription by E.C. Brown, London 1873 and a George IV cylindrical mug with an embossed frieze of fruiting vines, initialled & crested, maker's mark "RG", Sheffield 1828; 3" (7.6 cms) high; 7 oz£100-150
554.    MISCELLANEOUS DRESSING TABLE SILVER:
an engine-turned tray, a frame, a hand mirror, 2 hair brushes, a jewel box (hinge A/F), a vase, a small mounted glass trinket box, heart-shaped, and a comb (A/F); 15 oz weighable silver (8)£100-150
555.    A VICTORIAN BALUSTER COFFEE POT AND MATCHING TEA POT
decorated with reserves of embossed ribbon-like scrolls and vacant shield cartouches against a matt ground, decorative knops & handles, by Robert Hennell, London 1861/66; the coffee pot 10" (25.5 cms) high; 51 oz (2)£400-600
556.    A PLAIN OBLONG CIGARETTE BOX
woodlined, 2 various matchbox holders and a plated matchbox holder; the cigarette box 7" (18 cms) long (4)£100-150
557.    A CASED SET OF 6 LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH SILVERGILT LOBSTER PICKS with mother of pearl handles and steel-decorated end caps, by Robert Linzeler, Paris c.1900; 6.25" (15.5 cms) long£120-130
558.    A MIXED LOT:
a cased "Royal Agricultural College - Cirencester" medal, an Edwardian engraved handbag mount, by L. Emmanuel, Birmingham 1906, a caddy spoon, a pair of sugar nips, and a plated apple corer & segmenter; 11.5 oz weighable silver (5)£80-120
559.    A CONTINENTAL MOUNTED GLASS LIQUEUR DECANTER & STOPPER
importers initials "JAY", London 1904 and a set of 6 mounted glass liqueur tots, by a different importer, also London 1904; the decanter 7.75" (19.5 cms) high;
4 oz weighable silver (7)£150-180
560.    A MATCHED SET OF 4 MODERN REPRODUCTIONS OF A JAMES I STYLE GOBLET;
3 Britannia standard London 1979 and 1 sterling standard (& with variations in the decoration) London 1977, all by the same maker "FC" (unascribed);
6.4" (16 cms) high; 30 oz (4)
£450-500
561.    A FRENCH WINE TASTER
with serpent ring handle and incised, part-fluting around the lower bowl inscribed "C.BELLOT. V. REVAILLE" by an unascribed maker "CB", possibly jurisdiction of RIOM, late 18th century; 3" (8 cms) diameter; 3 oz£150-200
562.    A VICTORIAN VESTA HOLDER
in the form of a mug with a ribbed handle (for striking), by F. Edmonds & E. Johnson, London 1890, retailer's name of "W.THORNHILL & Co, 144 BOND ST."; 2" (5 cms) high; 1.25 oz£80-100
563.    A MODERN SILVER GILT GREEK DISH
in the form of an ancient tazza with relief decoration by Ilias Lalaounis, Athens, 2nd half of the 20th century; 5.6" (14.2 cms) diameter; 8 oz gross
£80-120
564.    AN EDWARDIAN MATCH BOX HOLDER
with the enamelled badge of the arms of "JERSEY" by Crisford & Norris, Birmingham 1904 and a contemporary pencil sharper, the latter 2" (5 cms) high (2)£70-90
565.    A GEORGE IV TEA POT
of compressed circular form with foliate paw feet, a reeded upper body & knop finial, by William Bateman, London 1826; 26 oz£250-300
566.    A VICTORIAN CASED SET OF 4 SALTS
with turned over, floral borders and spreading cast bases with matted & pierced work, by William Kerr Reid, London 1843 and a set of 4 Palm pattern salt spoons, gilt bowls by George Adams, London 1871; the salts 3.5" (9 cms) diameter;
8 oz£250-300
567.    A VICTORIAN MOUNTED GLASS BISCUIT BARREL
with lift-off cover and a frosted & etched body with a repeating foliate pattern, by Elkington & Co. Birmingham 1895; 6" (15.2 cms) high, excluding handle£250-300
568.    A MODERN SWEDISH GOBLET
with gilt interior & wrythen decoration around the pot, Stockholm 1921 and another goblet Stockholm 1910, both inscribed, the former 5" (13 cms) high; 5.5 oz (2)£50-60
569.    A GEORGE III TUMBLER CUP
initialled "JD" on one side, gilt interior, by John King, London 1773;
2.55" (6.5 cms) diameter; 2.25 oz£300-350
570.    A RARE VICTORIAN PROVINCIAL SPIRIT FLASK
circular with a screw cap, by James Barber, York c.1850 (date letter partially rubbed); 3.5" (9 cms) diameter; 3.5 oz£300-350
571.    HUNTING:
A late Victorian small oblong photograph frame with a running fox surmount by John Maitland Barton, London 1900; 4.8" (12.2 cms) high£180-200
572.    A VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT TWO-BOTTLE BOAT-SHAPED INKSTAND
with pierced borders and cutglass bottles with silver-gilt hinged covers by T.W. Dobson, 1888£180-220
573.    A PAIR OF VICTORIAN NOVELTY PEPPERETTES
each in the form of a Golden pheasant, walking on a naturalistic base, detachable heads, by Charles Boyton, London 1888; 3.6" (9 cms) long; 1.5 oz (2)£500-600
574.    A GEORGE II COFFEE POT
with a baluster body, domed cover & spreading circular foot, the whole decorated with embossed wrythen fluting & chased garlands of chrysanthemum flowers, with a mask spout and a bud finial by Benjamin Gignac, London 1754;
10.5" (26.6 cms) high; 32.5 oz£1300-1600
575.    A MATCHED 3 PIECE, BACHELOR'S TEA SET
oval with part-fluting, by 2 makers, Birmingham 1909/10/11, a single bud vase (loaded), an octagonal sugar bowl, and a small photo frame with an arched top section; 6.7" (17 cms) high; 18 oz weighable silver (6)£150-200
576.    A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL NOVELTY PEPPERETTES
modelled as a Dutch boy & girl in traditional costume, sponsor's mark "RL" & English import marks for 1911/12; approx. 3.45" (8.8 cms) high; 5 oz (2)£200-300
577.    A MODERN 3-PIECE TEA SET
on 4 button feet with engraved, rounded oblong bodies & bobbin borders, by
J & W Deakin, Sheffield 1919/20; 45 oz (3)£250-300
578.    A LATE VICTORIAN SCOTTISH EASEL MIRROR
with a cast & pierced, oval border and scroll feet, bevelled glass insert, by T. Smith & Son, Edinburgh 1898; 8" (20.2 cms) high
£100-150
579.    CHANNEL ISLES:
an 18th century two-handled cup with a flared rim, beaded s-scroll handles and a waisted ring foot, scratched initials "M.B." maker's mark only, "IH" (crowned), Guernsey, probably 1750-1770; 2.5" (6.4 cms) high; 2.5 oz£400-500
580.    A GEORGE III PEDESTAL SAUCEBOAT
with a flying scroll handle, gadrooned borders and an oval foot, by Thomas Evans, London 1775; 6.1" (15.6 cms) high; 16 oz£600-700
581.    A CONTEMPORARY MUSTARD POT
squat circular with 3 scroll legs, a shaped gadrooned rim and a knop finial, (blue glass liner) by J.R. Ogden & Sons, London 1972; 3.45" (8.7 cms) diameter;
7 oz weighable silver£100-150
582.    A MODERN SALVER
of shaped square outline with a moulded border & in-curved corners, by H. Matthews, Birmingham c.1910 (date letter defaced); 13.6" (34.9 cms); 29 oz
£200-250
583.    A VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATED HAMBONE HOLDER
with a baluster handle & bead borders, together with an embossed dressing table pot & cover, Chester 1900; 2.25" (5.8 cms) high; 2 oz weighable silver (2)£70-90
584.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY, SMALL, RUSSIAN KOVSCH
silvergilt & polychrome enamelled with a cloisonne handle and a frieze of plique-a-jour around the rim of the bowl, interspersed by cabochon set amethyst & turquoise beads, maker's mark "H?", St. Petersburg 1908-1917; 4.5" (11.5 cms) long; 1.9 oz£1500-1800
585.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY TUMBLER CUP
with an engraved cypher and a gilt interior, struck 4 times with an indistinct maker's mark, unascribed last quarter of the 18th century; 2.55" (6.6 cms) diameter;
3 oz£500-600
586.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE CIGARETTE BOX
with a textured surface & a vacant oval cartouche on the cover, wood lined, maker's mark of "SINGER" & character marks£220-250
587.    A MODERN 4-PIECE TEA SET
comprising tea pot, hot water jug, cream jug & sugar bowl of plain baluster form on spreading circular bases, the domed covers with cut-card work, by Richard Comyns, London 1936/39; 51.5 oz (4)£300-400
588.    A MODERN CANADIAN MODEL OF A MILITARY EQUESTRIAN FIGURE
on a textured base and a wooden plynth with an applied plaque, inscribed "Individual Officers Jumping Seignory Club 1935 won by "PEGGY McNEIL" Capt. C.C. Mann Up", by Birks, Canada c.1935; 10.5" (26.6 cms) high overall£900-1100
589.    BY BOULTON & FOTHERGILL:
A RARE GEORGE III MEAT PLATE
shaped oval with a reed & tie border, engraved twice with a crest, by Matthew Boulton & John Fothergill, Birmingham 1777; 16.75" (42.5 cms) long; 30 oz£1200-2500
590.    AN EDWARDIAN TWO HANDLED TEA TRAY
of shaped oval outline with a shell & scroll border, maker's mark rubbed, probably by Charles Boyton & Sons, London 1908, retailer's mark of "WHITEFIED, SOUTHSEA"; 25" (63.5 cms) long; 81 oz£600-800
591.    A PAIR OF GEORGE II IRISH WAITERS
with husk & scroll borders, crested, and engraved scratchweights on the reverse "10-0 1/2" and "10-7", maker's mark worn, possibly by John Dawson, Dublin
1752-54*; 7.7" (19.5 cms) diameter; 18 oz (2)

*Although these waiters have no date letter, this particular Hibernia has an indented outline and was used between these dates.£700-900
592.    A LATE 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN TROMPE L'OEIL CIGAR BOX
in the form of a wooden example, engraved to simulate a trade label and a paper seal with warrants, gilt interior, by Robert Kockun, St. Petersburg 1881;
5.8" (15 cms) long; 16 oz
£2000-2500
593.    AN EDWARDIAN CUP
on a tapering pedestal with twin scroll supports/handles applied bands of reeding & a hemispherical bowl, engraved initials & date "BWT 22-11-58" by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1905; 4.3" (11 cms) high; 5.5 oz£100-150
594.    AN EDWARDIAN HEMISPHERICAL BOWL
with a hammered finish & a collet foot, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., Chester 1904; 5.5" (13.7 cms) diameter; 10 oz£80-100
595.    A CONTEMPORARY SUGAR BOWL
of plain square outline with matching spoon by John Michael Driver, London 1972; the bowl 3" (7.6 cms) overall; 5.75 oz (2)£170-190
596.    TWO CONTEMPORARY, SQUARE NAPKIN RINGS
with a textured finish; one with maker's mark only, "GWN", the other with the same maker's mark & hallmarked Sheffield 1998; 2.6" (6.6 cms); 5 oz (2)£70-100
597.    AN EDWARDIAN SUGAR CASTER,
tapering on a low domed foot with a minaret-domed cover & knop finial, by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1901; 8.25" (21 cms) high; 9 oz£100-150
598.    A PAIR OF CONTEMPORARY MOUNTED HARDWOOD & STAINLESS STEEL BEAKERS,
maker's mark "SCP", Sheffield 1983; 3" (7.5 cms) high (2)£60-80
599.    A WILLIAM & MARY, SMALL CIRCULAR BOX & COVER
with scratched initials "MN" on the base and an engraved, stylised tulip flower on the cover, maker's mark WL (conjoined) over a mullet, London 1692;
1.75" (4.5 cms) diameter; 0.75 oz£900-1100
600.    BY A.E. JONES:
A modern mounted coconut goblet on a low pedestal foot with a corded wire border, Birmingham 1928 with incised retailer's name Z. Barraclough & Sons, Leeds; 3.5" (9 cms) high£150-200
601.    BY PETER & JONATHAN BATEMAN:
a rare George III octagonal pill box, plain with hinged cover, fully hallmarked London 1790; 1" (2.6 cms) wide; 0.2 oz

*This rare partnership lasted only 4 months, due to the premature death of Jonathan.
£250-300
602.    A SMALL 19TH CENTURY CIRCULAR TRAY OR STAND
with a cast & pierced border of flowerheads, the centre inset with 7 coins, maker's mark "CIR" (monogram), town mark "SP", probably Brazilian/Portuguese, mid 19th century; 5.45" (13.5 cms) diameter; 7 oz£300-400
603.    A WILLIAM & MARY MINIATURE PORRINGER
with a collet foot, S-scroll handles and a part, swirl-fluted bowl, scratched initials "ID" on one side, struck also with a French duty mark, maker's mark "?T" or "T?", London 1694; 2" (5.1 cms) diameter; 0.9 oz£800-900
604.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY INDIAN TRAY
chased decoration with reserves depicting scenes from Cutch, stamped "T100" for highest purity, Bombay or Cutch c.1910; 11" (28 cms) diameter; 24 oz

* This piece is illustrated & detailed in W.R.T. Wilkinson's Indian Silver 1858-1947 pp23, item 22.£400-450
605.    TWO VICTORIAN SIGNS
from a Silversmith's shop, long & narrow with gold leaf lettering reversed on glass one "STERLING VALUES IN SILVER AND ELECTROPLATED WARE", the other "REPAIRS A SPECIALITY, GOOD WORKMEN EMPLOYED" c.1870;
66.5" (169 cms) long (2)£100-150
606.    A SET OF 4 EDWARDIAN CANDLESTICKS
on shaped square bases with knopped columns, 'well' centres & shell decoration on the covers, detachable nozzles, by Messrs. Hutton & Sons Ltd., London 1901; 11.8" (30 cms) high (4)£700-900
607.    A MODERN 4-PIECE TEA & COFFEE SERVICE
with circular baluster bodies and spreading bases, the pots with ivory handles by Mappin & Webb, London 1919 together with an electroplated tray by the same maker. The tray 28" (71 cms) long; 77 oz weighable silver (5)£700-800
608.    A MODERN 5-PIECE OCTAGONAL TEA & COFFEE SERVICE
comprising tea pot, coffee pot, hot water jug, sugar bowl & cover, & milk jug, by Mappin & Webb, London 1977; 96 oz (5)
£700-800
609.    GERALD BENNEY:
a contemporary cufflink/stud box with a rounded front end, vertical sides with a textured, 'bark' finish and a hinged cover decorated with crimson enamel over a textured, rayed ground, the interior lined with chamois leather by Gerald Benney, London 1972, struck also with the maker's mark of Robert Vidal Winter* and stamped "Gerald Benney London" (incise); 3.5" (8.8 cms) long; 14.25 oz gross
* Winter, principally an enameller, worked with Benney and put his 'name' to the enamel work on this box.
£500-600
610.    A WILLIAM IV SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL TOBACCO BOX
of rounded oblong form with reeded borders around the sides, the cover with a button release, inscribed "Abercairney"* above an engraved running fox and the ribbon "TALLY HO", by R & R Keay (II), (double-headed eagle, R&RK, double-headed eagle), Perth c.1835; 6.25" (16 cms) long; 9.25 oz
*Abercairney House stands in an estate located West of Perth and East of Crieff in the district of Perth & Kinross.£800-1000
611.    AN INTERESTING MODERN HANDMADE SAUCE BOAT AND STAND
with shaped borders, designed by W.P. Belk* and made by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., Sheffield 1950; 7.5" (19 cms) long; 13.75 oz (2)
*Each piece thus inscribed underneath, with W.P. Belk's facsimile signature£300-350
612.    TWO SIMILAR MODERN IRISH CIRCULAR COUNTER TRAYS
with shaped & fluted rims, both by William Egan (of Cork) and Dublin hallmarked; one 1963 and one 1966*; 5.25" (13.5 cms) and 5.5" (14 cms) diameter, respectively; 9.5 oz (2)
* Struck also with the special 'Sword of Light' mark to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1916 Rebellion.£100-150
613.    AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN CAMPAIGN SET
in a cylindrical leather case containing a beaker, fitted with a cylindrical condiment vessel, a fork, a spoon, & a steel knife (each with detachable handles), and a tea spoon, all monogrammed to match, maker's mark slightly blurred, "FY" or "FV"?, Vienna 1819, the case 6.1" (15.5 cms) high; 13 oz weighable silver
£800-900
614.    BY THE KESWICK SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART:
an Edwardian match box holder with hardworked designs on the sides & cover, hallmarked Chester 1907 and a plated beaker with incise mark "KSIA";
3.2" (8 cms) high; 2.5 oz weighable silver (2)£60-80
615.    Snuff
AN ART DECO NICKEL-PLATED SMOKER'S COMPENDIUM
in the form of a stylised aeroplane with detachable wing cigarette cases, cigar cutter prop, vesta holder furret, undercarriage pipe rest, lift-out cockpit ashtrays and a hinged cover on the fuselage for cigars (gilt interior), unmarked German 1925-30; 9.5" (24 cms) long
Provenance: Property of the late James William Dell (c.1880-1968).
In 1895 he joined the Royal Navy and served with the British National Antarctic Expedition as able seaman in "Discovery" 1901-1904 lead by Robert Falcon Scott. He participated in 2 sledging journeys and his skills as a sailmaker were employed in producing canvas ration bags & sleeping bags. On his return from the expedition he was invalided out of the Navy for 2 years, then rejoined, serving in the Dardanelles & North Sea during the First World War before retiring as Chief Petty Officer in 1921. Shortly afterwards he joined the Shackleton-Rowett Antarctic Expedition 1921-22 lead by Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton as boatswain and electrician in "Quest". After the expedition, Dell was employed as an engineer & electrician on a country estate and during the Second World War served in the Coastguard Service. He lived in Somerset during his retirement & became a founder member of the Antarctic Club. He died 21 January 1968 aged 88.£500-700
616.    A VICTORIAN SALVER
of shaped circular outline with a husk & scroll border, cast scroll feet and flat-chased floral work around the centre, monogrammed, by John S. Hunt, London 1865, incised mark "HUNT & ROSKELL LATE STORR & MORTIMER"; 18.75" (47.5 cms) diameter; 85.75 oz£500-600
617.    TWO SIMILAR GEORGE III CANDLESTICKS
on shaped hexagonal bases with shell & gadrooned decoration, knopped baluster columns & detachable nozzles, crested to match, both by John Carter (II); one 1770, on 1767; 10.75" (27.2 cms) high; 47 oz (2)
£900-1200
618.    A VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATED MUSTARD POT
with a mounted ebony, rod handle, flat cover & volute thumbpiece (blue glass liner) with registered design lozenge for 1881, incise no. "2479" and maker's mark for Hukin & Heath, c.1881, incised retailer's mark of "MARTIN & CO., CHELTENHAM";
2.75" (7 cms) high
*This pot appears to be after a Dresser design & though the thumbpiece may seem unusual, if you refer to Michael Whiteway's: Christopher Dresser, A Design Revolution (a V&A publication) pp 143, a 'Dresser' condiment is illustrated with this same feature£600-800
619.    A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN NOVELTY DECANTERS & STOPPERS
mounted clear glass in the form of champagne bottles, with star-cut bases, by J. Grimsell & Sons, London 1893 together with a pair of modern French wine labels with removable titles "MEURSAULT BLc." & "ROMANEE", by Christofle; the decanters 9.9" (25.1 cms) high (4)£1200-1500
620.    A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE 3-PIECE TEA SET
each piece in the form of a section of bamboo stem with applied prunus in high relief, by Wang Hing & Co., c.1900, together with a pair of sugar tongs (A/F); 34.5 oz (4)£350-400
621.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH, GRANDE & PETITE SONNERIE CARRIAGE CLOCK, plain oblong case with button feet, swing handle and 2 dials, the case with maker's mark "HL", Paris c.1920; 4.75" (12 cms) high£2500-2800
622.    A 20TH CENTURY ELECTROPLATE-MOUNTED CROZIER
with a lacquered wooden staff (brass ferrules) unscrewing in 3 sections, the head octagonal in section and tapering, forming a closed scroll, decorated with linear corded wires and applied trefoil leaves, the knop pierced and set with lozenge-shaped, faceted, foiled glass bosses, unmarked, (in fitted case); 70" (178 cms) high£800-1200
623.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY PORTUGUESE EWER
with bright engraving, bead borders and a waisted neck, the hinged cover with a domed centre section, maker's mark "SWC", Lisbon c.1785; 8.25" (20.7 cms) high; 17.5 oz£1800-2000
624.    A CAST CONTINENTAL TABLE DECORATION IN THE FORM OF A YOUNG RABBIT, sitting upright on its haunches with fore-paws outstretched, detachable head, import marks for London 1909; 8.6" (22 cms) high; 12.25 oz£400-500
625.    A GEORGE I BEER JUG
baluster with a large, scroll handle, domed circular foot and an engraved coat of arms, by William Spackman, London 1725; 7.7" (19.6 cms) high; 27.25 oz
* The arms are those Montgomery quartering Eglington impaling Percy for Col. Alexander Montgomery of Convoy House. Co. Donegal, and his wife, a daughter of Henry Percy Esq. of Seeskin, Co. Wicklow. He died without issue 1729 having left his estates to his cousin Alexander Montgomery of Convoy.£4000-6000
626.    A VICTORIAN CAST, PARCEL-GILT CUP & COVER
with a shallow twin-handled bowl, and a rising cover decorated with a pattern of repeating foliate vignettes against a matt ground, surmounted by the group of 3 frolicking thoroughbreds, the pedestal with 3 niches, each with a seated putto figure above a knopped, base of quatrefoil outline, with a border of beading and repeating anthemion motifs, by John S. Hunt, London 1863, incise mark "HUNT & ROSKELL, late STORR & MORTIMER"; 15.5" (39.5 cms) high; 88 oz£1500-2000
627.    A VICTORIAN ENGRAVED VINAIGRETTE
oblong with a serpentine outline, the cover inscribed "Remember the Giver 1846", by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham c.1845 (date letter corroded); 1.75" (4 cms) long; 0.75 oz£120-150
628.    FOUR OBJECTS:
a mounted green hardstone "vesta ball", Birmingham 1900, a brass seal with turned hardwood handle, a small base metal figure depicting St. George slaying the dragon and a cold-painted bronze fledgling bird; 1.6" (4 cms) long£80-100
629.    A MODERN MOUNTED HARDSTONE SEAL
with a tapering, speckled, green handle, maker's mark "HCD" Birmingham 1938; 3.3" (8.5 cms) high (not engraved)£50-80
630.    A SMALL MID 19TH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT BOX
in the form of a book with an engraved cover & vacant cartouche, maker's mark "MK" & character mark, c.1850; 1.2" (2.8 cms); 0.4 oz£100-130
631.    A VICTORIAN CHILD'S RATTLE
with a chased, baluster body, coral teether, whistle terminal and five bells dependent, by John Hilliard, Birmingham 1844. 5" (12.5 cms) long£200-250
632.    AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN SNUFF BOX
oval tubular form with a concealed hinge and reeded decoration, gilt interior, maker's mark "FS", Prague 1814; 3.6" (9 cms) long; 3.5 oz£200-250
633.    A SOVIET OVAL VESTA BOX
with a pull-off cover depicting a niello work view of Moscow entitled "MOCKBA", gilt interior, post 1918; 2.5" (6.5 cms) long; 1.5 oz£100-150
634.    A VICTORIAN GILT-METAL LETTER CLIP
in the form of a whippet or greyhound mask, glass eyes & wooden base;
6.5" (16.5 cms) long£100-150
635.    AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY DUTCH "SPINNING TOP" TOY
with a hexagonal body and an initial engraved on each face "T", "D", "S", "A", "B" & "N", by an unidentified maker, "IK", Amsterdam 1737; 1.5" (4 cms) high;
0.2 oz£100-120
636.    A PAIR OF VICTORIAN PARCELGILT, NOVELTY PEPPERETTES
in the form of champagne bottles, with pull-off caps, maker's mark mis-struck probably by e.s. Barnsley, Birmingham 1888; 3.5" (8.8 cms) high; 1 oz (2)£250-300
637.    A MID 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SILVERGILT VINAIGRETTE
with an engine-turned cover & base and applied scrolls around the sides, struck only with 2 duty marks, probably French/Swiss c.1840; 1.5" (4 cms) long;
0.3 oz£150-180
638.    TWO SCANDINAVIAN HOVEDVANSAEGS
both heart shaped; one plated with a coronet finial, maker's mark "IZ?" (struck twice), the other with chased flowers and a bird & heart finial, maker's mark "OE", probably late 18th century Danish; 2.75" (7 cms) high; 1.3 oz weighable silver (2)£150-180
639.    AN UNUSUAL LATE VICTORIAN FOB MEDAL
(for weightlifting) with a dumbell base and a miniature "56 lb" weight finial, not inscribed Birmingham 1899 and a continental heart-shaped box with coronet finial; the fob 2.25" (5.7 cms) high; 0.5 oz (2)£70-80
640.    A LATE VICTORIAN GUNMETAL SOVEREIGN AND HALF SOVEREIGN CASE
with a turquoise-lined shamrock motif, a George III engraved snuff box, inscribed "H.Woolf", by Oughton & Smith, Birmingham 1818, a modern cigar piercer and an Edwardian telescopic pencil by S. Mordan & Co., London 1904; 1.2 oz weighable silver (4)£100-150
641.    AN EDWARDIAN NOVELTY PEPPER
in the form of a kitten with a ribbon tied around its neck in a bow, by W. Vale & Sons, Birmingham 1909; 1.6" (4 cms) high; 0.1 oz£80-120
642.    TWO VICTORIAN MOUNTED RED GLASS SCENTS
and another double-ended example with gilt-metal mounts;
the latter 5.25" (13.2 cms) long (3)£150-200
643.    A MODERN NOVELTY, CHILD'S RATTLE
with teething ring & stick, the body in the form of a double-side bear, with 2 bells dependant, by Crisford & Norris, Birmingham 1913; 5.6" (14 cms) long£80-120
644.    A BURRWOOD SNUFF BOX
with concealed opening, a parquetry card case & another wooden snuff box with a painted scene on the cover indistinctly titled; 3.5" (9 cms) long (3)£50-80
645.    AN EDWARDIAN NOVELTY PIN CUSHION
in the form of a kangaroo, maker's mark mis-struck "H?", Birmingham 1908; 2.75" (7 cms) high£150-180
646.    A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN, MOUNTED NUT, VEST CASE
marked "STERLING" OVER "SILVER" inside the cover, c.1900; 2" (5 cms) high£80-100
647.    AN AUSTRALIAN PLATED NAPKIN RING
on a leaf base with a kangaroo support, early 20th century; 4.75" (12 cms long)
£40-60
648.    A VICTORIAN VESTA CASE
engraved with scenes after a Kate Greenaway illustration, by Sampson Mordan, London 1884 and another vesta case; 1 oz (2)£200-250
649.    THREE BOXES:
a circular tobacco "pebble", crested, Birmingham 1912, a vesta case with a hammered finish by W.Neale Chester 1901 and an oblong snuffbox with engine turning & raised floral borders by Gervais Wheeler, Birmingham c.1835 (date letter worn); 2.8" (7.1 cms) long; 6.25 oz (3)£150-180
650.    A LATE VICTORIAN/EDWARDIAN MINIATURE PLATED ARMY OFFICER'S SWORD & SCABBARD; 10.75" (27.3. cms) long£100-130
651.    A 19TH CENTURY FRAMED OVAL PLAQUE
engraved with the portrait of a Queen and a portrait of a gentleman in a giltwood, oakleaf frame; 6" (15 cms) high, overall (2)£80-100
652.    TWO CARVED IVORY FIGURES
Elizabeth I and Lord Leicester each standing on wood plinth, figures approx.
18 cms, 20th century£300-400
653.    ITALIAN SCHOOL EARLY 19TH CENTURY
Miniature portrait of Medusa in profile, bust length, probably on card, oval;
10 x 8.5 cms in leather folding case£80-120
657.    A CONTINENTAL SILVERGILT SNUFF/POWDER BOX
of canted oblong form with floral borders, the cover stamped with a radiating design centred by a green, cabochon-set hardstone boss, unmarked c.1925; 3.25" (8.1 cms) long; 1.7 oz£140-160
658.    ENGLISH SCHOOL C.1830
Miniature portrait of a lady wearing lace cap, half length, on ivory; 10.5 x 8 cms and a Victorian portrait of a child on ivory, oval; 5 x 4 cms (2)£100-150
659.    AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN LADIES CIGARETTE CASE
of canted oblong outline with a sprung cover, decorated with translucent, rust coloured enamel over an engine-turned ground, gilt interior, maker's mark "OK" Vienna c.1930; 3.1" (7.8 cms) long; 3.2 oz£100-150
660.    ENGLISH SCHOOL C.1820
Miniature portrait of a boy with fair hair wearing blue jacket, half length, on ivory;
8 x 6.5 cms (damaged)£100-200
661.    AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN LADIES CIGARETTE CASE
of plain oblong form with a sprung cover, decorated with alternating matt & glass striped, dark green enamel, gilt interior, maker's mark "F.N" Vienna c.1930
3.1" (7.8 cms) long; 4 oz£100-150
662.    AFTER RICHARD COSWAY
Miniature portrait of a lady wearing lilac dress, half length, on ivory, oval;
7.25 x 5.5 cms£80-120
663.    A VICTORIAN VINAIGRETTE
oblong with engine turning and a vacant cartouche on the cover, by William Summers, London 1865 and a George III small snuff box, curved to fit the pocket and decorated with priced work, initialled, by Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham 1812; 1.45" (3.6 cms) long; 0.8 oz (2)£120-150
664.    AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN
writing a letter, signed "W.Nicholson", oblong gilt metal frame, the reverse with an ink label "Wm. Nicholson"; 4" (10.2 cms) x 3.2" (8 cms)£400-500
665.    A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SMALL BUCKLES
decorated in turquoise enamel, by E.S. Barnsley, Birmingham 1898.
1.6" (4 cms) wide; 9.25 oz (2)£30-50
666.    A GEORGE III OVAL MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL MAGNIFYING GLASS
with a swing-out lens and an early Victorian gold, telescopic dip-pen & pencil (combined), initialled & stamped "EXTRA STRONG, LONDON";
4.3" (11 cms) long (2)£200-300
667.    A RARE GEORGE III DIP PEN
in the form of a quill, by John Jago, London 1794; 8.25" (21 cms) long; 0.25 oz
* These were often given as school prizes to scholars/pupils for their achievements in handwriting.£120-150
668.    A VICTORIAN PENCIL
stamped J. Bramah, the end with amethyst colour seal, a gold combined pen and pencil with bloodstone terminal by Mordan, a 22 ct. gold wedding ring and three small silver items (6)£200-300
669.    AN ENAMELLED CONTINENTAL POWDER COMPACT BOX
depicting a landscape, import marks for London 1926, a pair of Victorian egg-shaped pepperettes, a silvergilt & pale pink enamelled locket and a 9ct gold pencil (5)£150-200
670.    A SILVER PROPELLING PENCIL
in the form of a squirrel, stamped S. Mordan & Co.; 3.5 cms£150-250
671.    A VICTORIAN GILT-METAL, PATENT "MERRY PHIPSON & PARKER'S LETTER CLIP" and a small model of an elephant on a mammoth tooth-ivory base, the clip 5" (12.5 cms) long (2)
£100-150
672.    TENNIS:
a rare Victorian gilt-metal napkin clip in the form of a tennis racket with registered design lozenge for December 1872; 2.5" (6.4 cms) long
£120-140
673.    A VICTORIAN, 18 CT. GOLD-MOUNTED IVORY SNUFF BOX
cylindrical with a hinged cover, painted with a still life of fruit (lacking glass) by James Green, London 1856; 2.1" (5.5 cms) diameter£400-500
674.    A GEORGE IV NUTMEG GRATER
with engine-turned decoration, a hinged cover, initialled "J" inside, steel grater and hinged base, by C. Rawlings & W. Summers, London 1829; 1.5" (3.8 cms) long; 1.3 oz£500-600
675.    A GEORGE III PRIZE MEDAL
circular, inscribed "WOODFORD SUNDAY SCHOOL" on one side & "REWARD OF MERIT 1817" on the other, maker's mark "SK?", London 1816;
1.75" (4.5 cms) diameter; 0.4 oz£250-280
676.    CRICKETING:
a fob medallion depicting a bowler in full flight within a wreath border, the reverse inscribed "P.WHITBREAD 1935", Birmingham 1935", another similar inscribed "P.H. WHITBREAD 1938", Birmingham 1937 together with a small 1924 medallion "Avon Old Farms, Pope Brooks Foundation 1918 inc."; 1.7" (4.2 cms) diameter; 1.7 oz weighable silver (4)£50-60
677.    PARIS WORLD FAIR 1878:
a French gilt metal medal "Souvenir de mon ascension dans le grand ballon captif a vapeur de Mr. Henry Giffard"* (in non-original case with part of its ribbon);
2" (5 cms) diameter
*Henry Giffard (1825-1882) steam engineer, inventor & balloon builder. His last & greatest balloon was built for the Paris Fair of 1878 and probably the largest conventional balloon ever built. It was steam powered and captive, held by a tether and its car held 52 passengers. By the end of the Fair it had taken up over 35,000 people. The obverse of the medal depicts a "Panorama de Paris 1878" with the balloon above the city.£30-40
678.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY FRENCH, GOLD MOUNTED, OVAL TORTOISESHELL SNUFF BOX
the cover inset with the portrait of a young lady in an orange dress (behind glass), maker's mark partially worn "?G", Paris 1783-89; 3.4" (8.5 cms) long£1000-1300
679.    THE RESIDUE OF TWO ENAMEL CANDLESTICKS
white, painted with flowers, 18th century
£50-100
680.    A TORTOISESHELL SNUFF BOX
oval, the cover set with a gold plaque engraved with a rose, early 19th century;
9 cms£80-120
681.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY PERFUME CASE
with a domed cover, gilt metal mount & vertically-striped decoration, fitted with a glass scent bottle & stopper, c.1780; 2" (5 cms) high£300-350
682.    A PAIR OF LATE 18TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE SALES
on 3 feet with gilt metal rims, painted in polychrome with floral sprays c.1770; 2.5" (6.5 cms) diameter (2)£400-600
683.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY BILSTON PATCH BOX
circular with a green ground, gilt metal mounts, & interior mirror, the cover painted with pastoral vignette; 1.9" (4.7 cms) diameter£450-500
684.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY CIRCULAR SNUFF BOX
gilt metal mounts, painted on the cover with a shepherd & sheep, with floral sprigs around the sides c.1770; 2.45" (6 cms) diameter£400-500
685.    A GEORGE IV SILVERGILT SNUFF BOX
with raised floral scroll borders, concave sides & engine turning, the cover engraved with the equestrian figure of William of Orange, inscribed "The Glorious & Immortal Memory 1690", the base inscribed "Presented by the Guild of Carpenters to their Representative OBADIAH WISDOW ESQ. in testimony of their approbation of his constitutional support of their Chartered Rights & Priviliges - Drogheda Nov. 1825" by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1825; 3" (7.8 cms) long; 4 oz
*This box has been adapted for use as a powder box by the addition of a soldered-in ledge (internally) and a lift-out tray.£400-500
686.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY CIRCULAR SNUFF BOX
gilt metal mounts, painted in polychrome with architectural vignettes on the cover, sides and inside, the cover interior with an insect, Birmingham 1760-1770;
2.6" (6.2 cms) diameter£300-350
687.    A VICTORIAN SCENT BOTTLE
silvergilt mounted double-ended with a faceted, clear glass, tubular body, one screw cover and one 'spring' cover, by J. Harris, London 1857; 5.75" (15 cms) long
£100-150
688.    A RARE LATE 18TH CENTURY BONBONNIERE
in the form of an apple with pink & green hues and a gilt metal, beaded mount, 1760-1770; 2.25" (5.7 cms) high

£800-900
689.    AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY VIENNESE PAPERKNIFE
cased, silvergilt mounted ivory with an enamelled hilt, by George Adam Scheid (with English import marks for London 1910); 13" (33 cms) long£400-500
690.    AN IVORY ETUI
the oval case with gold thimble and gold handled scissors, 19th century; 9 cms£100-150
691.    A LATE 19TH /EARLY 20TH CENTURY RUSSIAN CLOISONNE ENAMELLED BELT consisting of linked domed bosses with a 2-piece, shaped buckle, secured by a dagger clasp, by Alexander Dalliman, St. Petersburg c.1900;
25.5" (65 cms) long£800-900
692.    AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY SILVERGILT SEWING ETUI
in the form of a mace with finely chased and engraved scrollwork against a matt ground, turned finials, the base and cover hinging open, with push button releases, unmarked c.1720; 3.9" (10.8 cms) long; 1.5 oz£700-800
693.    A FRENCH MINIATURE TIMEPIECE
with silvered dial and visible pendulum in brass & mother of pearl case; 5.5 cms with travelling case
£80-120
694.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY OBLONG SNUFF BOX
gilt metal mounts the cover inset with a plaque, domed, moulded & painted with the portrait of a lady, the sides with floral sprays, the base with a butterfly, Birmingham 1760-70; 2.4" (6 cms)£400-500
695.    A FRENCH MINIATURE CARRIAGE CLOCK
with alarm in peach enamelled brass case; 9 cms high, with travelling case£70-100
696.    AN ALBUM OF SILHOUETTES
and cut paper scenes variously in the nursery, outside a tavern, on the farm etc., the leather album dated 1829; 8.75 x 11 cms
£60-100
697.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY OVAL SNUFF BOX
gilt metal mounts with polychrome flowers painted around the sides, the cover depicting buildings in a river landscape c.1780; 2.5" (6.4 cms) wide£500-600
698.    A SMALL CIRCULAR PERSIAN BOX & COVER
with chased & engraved decoration, native maker's mark' and a Victorian caddy spoon with applied & engraved decoration, by R. Martin & E. Hall Sheffield 1869 and a small Far Eastern oval box with a lion in relief on the cover; 1.7" (4 cms) long; 3 oz (3)£100-150
699.    TWO GOLD RINGS
one set with an agate intaglio portrait, probably of Benjamin Franklin (cracked), the other with amethyst colour intaglio, portrait of a gentleman, late 18th century and a penknife (3)£150-250
700.    AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY SWISS GOLD SNUFF BOX
of rounded, oblong form with an engine-turned cover & base 'framed' by engraved scroll borders, maker's mark "MB&C", 1810-20; 2.9" (7.2 cms) long; 2 oz£1500-1700
701.    A PORCELAIN PIPE BOWL
painted with a view of Heidelberg; 12 cms, 19th century and an enamel scent bottle painted with a courting couple, silver mounts; 9.5 cms (2)£100-150
702.    J.* HEUGHAN
Miniature portrait of a lady wearing black trimmed lace cap & black dress, on ivory signed with initials & dated 1805; 8 x 6.75 cms and a miniature portrait on photographic base c.1890 (2)£150-200
703.    ENGLISH SCHOOL
Miniature portrait of a gentleman wearing armour* half length, watercolour on paper; 7 cms diameter, inscribed on reverse 'The picture of Sir John Godsalve, Knight, made by John Betts'
*and with inscription dated 144;£80-120
704.    ENGLISH SCHOOL 18TH CENTURY
Miniature portrait of a lady wearing blue dress, oil on canvas oval;
11.25 x 8.5 cms, and the companion portrait of a gentleman in brass frames (pair)£80-120
705.    **CANOVARI (19TH CENTURY)
Miniature portrait of a gentleman wearing black jacket, half length, on ivory signed 'Canovari Roma'; 12 x 10 cms, and the companion portrait of his wife (cracked) (pair)£150-200
706.    LUIE CHADWICK
Miniature portrait of a girl wearing green hat, on ivory; 6.25 x 5 cms and three others by the same (one unframed) (4)
£100-200
707.    CIRCLE OF JOHN BARRY
Miniature portrait of a lady wearing white dress & pearls in her hair, oval on ivory; 7.5 x 6 cms and the companion portrait of a gentleman wearing brown jacket (pair)£200-300
708.    ENGLISH SCHOOL C.1900
Miniature portrait of a girl standing in a garden, watercolour, oval; 12 x 9.5 cms and the companion portrait, probably of her sister (pair)£150-200
709.    ENGLISH SCHOOL 17TH CENTURY
Miniature portrait of a gentleman wearing lace collar, bust length oil on card;
5.5 cms diameter
*Said to be Sir Thos. Peyton, Govenor of Jersey, Lieut. Govenor of the Tower and Privy Councillor to Queen Elizabeth I.£300-500
710.    SCOTTISH SCHOOL LATE 18TH CENTURY
Miniature portrait of a gentleman (James Gerard of Midstrath) wearing blue jacket, half length in profile with indistinct initials and dated 1799 oval on card;
8.5 x 7 cms and another watercolour portrait of a gentleman (2)£80-120
711.    A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL CASKET
with lock & key, plain oblong body with the applied facsimile initials on the cover "JBL" from "JHS", unmarked,; 6" (15 cms) long£200-300
712.    ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN BARRY
Miniature portrait of a lady (probably a member of the Carey family) wearing white dress, sky background, on ivory, oval; 7 x 5.75 cms, hairwork reverse with initials£400-600
713.    A SWISS TABLE CLOCK
the gilt brass frame enclosing an ivory panel with painted townscape including a clock tower; 10 x 7 cms£50-80
714.    A CHINESE FAN
silver lacquer painted with figures & flowers, 19th century; 20 cms with box£120-160
715.    A CHINESE FAN
black lacquer with silver decoration, applique figures & blue silk panels, 19th century; 21.5 cms£60-100
716.    A FAN
painted with Apollo and attendants, verso with Diana, carved & pierced mother of pearl sticks enriched with gilding, early 18th century, possibly German; 27 cms£200-300
717.    A FAN
painted with a scene of sacrifice and rape outside a temple, ivory sticks carved with bird figures & fruit, c.1700 probably Italian; 27 cms£100-150
718.    A CHINESE FAN
painted on silk with poppies and peonies on a silver ground, pierced & carved ivory sticks, 18th century; 27 cms£120-160
719.    A FAN
painted with the scourge of serpents, verso with gold pressed border panels of St. George and the Dragon and a man of war, ivory sticks carved with figures, buildings & horses, early 18th century; 27 cms£150-200
720.    A TUNBRIDGE STAMP BOX
a carved ivory camel and other ivories, two travelling timepieces and an enamel pill box£120-150
721.    A CHINESE IVORY FAN
with pierced and carved sticks and painted leaves with lacquer box; 28 cms£150-180
722.    A VICTORIAN SILVER SCENT BOTTLE
1887, 5 cms, an enamel label for Port, a 9 ct. gold pencil holder and eight other small items (11)£100-150
723.    A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL CAST PENDANT
in the form of the Madonna & Child on a throne above a shield, struck with 2 marks, unascribed, probably late 19th century; 2.75" (7 cms) high; 1.3 oz£80-120
724.    CHINESE CARVED IVORY
Two card cases 8.5 cms, a puzzle box and a figure of a fisherman, 13 cms£100-150
725.    A COLD PAINTED BRONZE FIGURE OF A PARROT
with red, green & yellow plumage on a boulder; 12 cms£100-150
726.    A LATE 18TH CENTURY GERMAN/AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN SEWING ETUI
in the form of a tapering needle case on foot with a thimble surmount, unscrewing to reveal a thread bobbin, unmarked c.1780; 3" (7.5 cms) long; 1 oz£200-300
727.    A VICTORIAN BRASS BOUND ROSEWOOD TOILET BOX
with a fitted interior with an assortment of non-matching, mounted glass bottles, jars & a box, lift out tray & Bramah lock; the box 12.5" (32 cms) wide£400-500
728.    AN 18TH CENTURY GERMAN/AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN SEWING ETUI
with turned decoration, unscrewing in sections to reveal a needle holder, a bobbin, a small caster, a thimble and a seal with intaglio initials "DMR" unmarked
4" (10 cms) long; 1.25 oz£500-600
729.    A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY JAPANESE TEXTURED BRONZE OBJECT WITH TASSLE, the handle surmounted by a mouse c.1900;
4.25" (10.7 cms) long£100-150
730.    A CARVED HARDWOOD & IVORY NETSUKE
in the form of a bijin fanning herself, signed on an inset mother of pearl plaque; 2" (5 cms) high£150-200
731.    A GILT METAL & GLASS MANDARIN HAT TOP
and another glass bead; the former 2.25" (5.5 cms) high (2)£60-80
732.    A VICTORIAN MOUNTED BOTTLE CORK
with an ivory Netsuke finial, by J. Aldwinckle & T. Slater, London 1889;
2.6" (6.6 cms) high£80-100
733.    A HORN SNUFF BOX
the lid set with an amethyst colour stone, 9 cms and a cut glass desk seal, 11 cms (2)£40-60
734.    A SMALL CONTINENTAL EGG-SHAPED BOX
decorated with a red & green enamelled floral spray, gilt interior c.1900;
1.5" (4 cms) high; 0.25 oz
£100-120
735.    A LIGHTER
with a hammered finish (metal innards) and a filler funnel both contained in a fitted case, the funnel hallmarked Birmingham 1909; the case 4.25" (10.7 cms) long£200-250
736.    A VICTORIAN ENGINE-TURNED SNUFF BOX
with wavy sides and a vacant oblong cartouche on the cover, gilt interior, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1851; 3.35" (8.5 cms) long; 4 oz£100-150
737.    SHOOTING:
a modern butt marker of slim, rounded square outline, the hinged cover releasing a spring-loaded side panel and 10, numbered ivory pegs, by J.C. Vickery, London 1922; 1.75" (4.5 cms); 1.5 oz gross£1000-1200
738.    A VICTORIAN NOVELTY VESTA CASE
in the form of a railwayman's lamp with a clear lens, hinged cover and striker plate on the base, retailer's mark of "THORNHILL" and registered design lozenge for 23/8/1873; 1.9" (4.9 cms) high; 1 oz gross£900-1200
739.    A VICTORIAN NOVELTY VINAIGRETTE & SEWING COMPENDIUM COMBINED
in the form of a railwayman's lamp, with hinged base, rotating lens filters, and hinged cover revealing a thread bobbin, tape measure, needle case & pin holder, by W. Thornhill, London 1879 with incised retailer's mark "W. THORNHILL & CO., 144 BOND ST"; 2.5" (6.4 cms) high; 3 oz gross£2000-2500