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At Home - 26th May 2019

Adams Sunday 26th May 11:30 am - An Auction of Fine & Unique Interior Furnishings Live Webcast Auction 26 May 2019 11:30 BST

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A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER OPEN SALT CELLARS, London c.1818, mark of Rebecca Emes & Edward

Lot 1

A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER OPEN SALT CELLARS, London c.1818, mark of Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, with wavy everted egg and dart rims, t...

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A VICTORIAN SILVER ‘SUCRIÈRE, London c.1886, maker’s mark of Goldsmith Alliance Ltd., of baluster

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A VICTORIAN SILVER ‘SUCRIÈRE, London c.1886, maker’s mark of Goldsmith Alliance Ltd., of baluster form, the hinged lid with spiral and foliate fin...

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A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, Sheffield c.1895, mark of Harrison Brothers &

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A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, Sheffield c.1895, mark of Harrison Brothers & Howson, each with detachable sconces, above waisted st...

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A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN SILVER OPEN SALT CELLARS IN THE FORM OF SCALLOP SHELLS, London c.1863,

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A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN SILVER OPEN SALT CELLARS IN THE FORM OF SCALLOP SHELLS, London c.1863, mark probably that of Robert Harper (rubbed), each ...

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A LARGE EDWARDIAN SILVER FRAMED DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, London c.1903, mark of William Comyns & Sons,

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A LARGE EDWARDIAN SILVER FRAMED DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, London c.1903, mark of William Comyns & Sons, of shaped rectangular form, fitted with glass...

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A VICTORIAN SILVER STANDISH, London c.1855, maker’s mark of Samuel Hayne & Dudley Carter, of

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A VICTORIAN SILVER STANDISH, London c.1855, maker’s mark of Samuel Hayne & Dudley Carter, of shaped oval form, the wavy foliate and scroll base fi...

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE III IRISH SILVER OLD ENGLISH TABLE FORKS, Dublin c.1797, mark of James

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE III IRISH SILVER OLD ENGLISH TABLE FORKS, Dublin c.1797, mark of James Keating (c.11 troy ozs)

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A SET OF EIGHT IRISH GEORGE III FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, Dublin c.1814, mark of Richard

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A SET OF EIGHT IRISH GEORGE III FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, Dublin c.1814, mark of Richard Whitford, stamped retailer mark 'M.WEST', crested (c....

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER SAUCE LADLES, Dublin c.1808, mark of Arthur

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER SAUCE LADLES, Dublin c.1808, mark of Arthur Murphy (c.3.5 troy ozs). 19cm long

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A PAIR OF WILLIAM IV IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER TODDY LADLES, Dublin c.1837, mark of Samuel

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A PAIR OF WILLIAM IV IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER TODDY LADLES, Dublin c.1837, mark of Samuel Neville, crested, 16cm long;together with another fid...

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A SET OF NINE GEORGE IV IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1827, mark of William

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A SET OF NINE GEORGE IV IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1827, mark of William Cummins, with rat tail bowls (c.7 troy ozs). (9)

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE III IRISH SILVER POINTED HANDLE BRIGHT CUT DESSERT SPOONS, Dublin c.1791, mark

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE III IRISH SILVER POINTED HANDLE BRIGHT CUT DESSERT SPOONS, Dublin c.1791, mark of Michael Keating (c.5 troy ozs)

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A SET OF EIGHT GEORGE III IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1806, mark of John

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A SET OF EIGHT GEORGE III IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1806, mark of John Power, crested (c.7 troy ozs)

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A SET OF FOUR IRISH GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH DESSERT SPOONS, Dublin c.1788, mark of James

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A SET OF FOUR IRISH GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH DESSERT SPOONS, Dublin c.1788, mark of James Kenzie, crested (c.3 troy ozs) (4)

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A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER CREAM JUG AND SWING HANDLE SUGAR BOWL, Dublin c.1801, mark of William

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A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER CREAM JUG AND SWING HANDLE SUGAR BOWL, Dublin c.1801, mark of William Bond, both with neo-classical bright-cut engraved ...

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A SILVER DISH RING, London c.1902, makers mark of Israel Sigmond Greenberg, of waisted circular

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A SILVER DISH RING, London c.1902, makers mark of Israel Sigmond Greenberg, of waisted circular form, the body decorated with pierced flutes and f...

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A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER SAUCE BOAT, Dublin c.1775, mark of Matthew West, the plain body with

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A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER SAUCE BOAT, Dublin c.1775, mark of Matthew West, the plain body with beaded rim and 'S' scroll handle, raised on shell a...

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A FINE IRISH SILVER FOUR PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, Dublin c.1903, mark of Weir & Sons,

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A FINE IRISH SILVER FOUR PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, Dublin c.1903, mark of Weir & Sons, comprising teapot, coffee pot, sugar bowl and cream jug...

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A GEORGE II IRISH SILVER HOOK HANDLE SERVING SPOON, Dublin c.1753, maker's mark probably that of

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A GEORGE II IRISH SILVER HOOK HANDLE SERVING SPOON, Dublin c.1753, maker's mark probably that of John Laughlin Snr (marks rubbed), the tapered han...

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A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER SERVING SPOON, Dublin c.1802, mark of John Shields; together with a George

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A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER SERVING SPOON, Dublin c.1802, mark of John Shields; together with a George IV Irish silver fiddle pattern serving spoon,...

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TWO IRISH SILVER MEAT SKEWERS, each of plain typical form, one Dublin c.1810, mark of Samuel

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TWO IRISH SILVER MEAT SKEWERS, each of plain typical form, one Dublin c.1810, mark of Samuel Neville, 30.5cm long, the other Dublin c.1804, mark S...

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***PLEASE NOTE THE PASTRY SERVER IS LONDON, 1826***AN IRISH GEORGE III FIDDLE PATTERN ASPARAGUS

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***PLEASE NOTE THE PASTRY SERVER IS LONDON, 1826***AN IRISH GEORGE III FIDDLE PATTERN ASPARAGUS SERVING TONGS, Dublin c.1809, maker's mark of Geor...

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AN IRISH GEORGE IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DIVIDING SPOON, Dublin c.1828, mark of James le Bas, with

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AN IRISH GEORGE IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DIVIDING SPOON, Dublin c.1828, mark of James le Bas, with rat tail bowl, the terminal vacant (c.4.5 troy ...

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SERVING SPOONS, Dublin c.1807, maker's mark of John

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SERVING SPOONS, Dublin c.1807, maker's mark of John Power, crested (c.7 troy ozs all in). 32cm lo...

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A SET OF THIRTEEN GEORGE III IRISH SILVER HANOVARIAN DINNER FORKS, Dublin c.1793, mark of John

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A SET OF THIRTEEN GEORGE III IRISH SILVER HANOVARIAN DINNER FORKS, Dublin c.1793, mark of John Dalrymple, crested (c.27 troy ozs all in). 22cm long

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A COMPOSED SET OF NINE SILVER PLAIN TAPER HANDLE TEASPOONS, Sheffield c.1924, mark of Edward &

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A COMPOSED SET OF NINE SILVER PLAIN TAPER HANDLE TEASPOONS, Sheffield c.1924, mark of Edward & Sons (4) and c.1925, mark rubbed (5), (c.7 troy ozs...

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A COMPOSED SET OF SIX 19TH CENTURY SILVER TAPER HANDLE DESSERT SPOONS AND SIX SIMILAR FORKS,

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A COMPOSED SET OF SIX 19TH CENTURY SILVER TAPER HANDLE DESSERT SPOONS AND SIX SIMILAR FORKS, Dublin 1809 (3), 1817 (5), Exeter 1841 (1) and London...

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A SET OF FIVE GEORGE III IRISH SILVER PLAIN TAPER HANDLE RAT-TAIL SOUP SPOONS OR TABLE SPOONS,

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A SET OF FIVE GEORGE III IRISH SILVER PLAIN TAPER HANDLE RAT-TAIL SOUP SPOONS OR TABLE SPOONS, Dublin 1809, mark of John Pittar; together with a s...

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A SET OF ELEVEN GEORGE III IRISH SILVER OLD ENGLISH DESSERT SPOONS, Dublin c.1810, mark of Samuel

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A SET OF ELEVEN GEORGE III IRISH SILVER OLD ENGLISH DESSERT SPOONS, Dublin c.1810, mark of Samuel Neville, crested; together with one earlier exam...

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A SET OF FOUR WILLIAM IV IRISH SILVER FRUIT FORKS, Dublin c.1832, lacking maker's mark (c.4 troy ozs

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A SET OF FOUR WILLIAM IV IRISH SILVER FRUIT FORKS, Dublin c.1832, lacking maker's mark (c.4 troy ozs all in)

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THREE GEORGE IV IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, Dublin c.1834, mark of Richard Garde,

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THREE GEORGE IV IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, Dublin c.1834, mark of Richard Garde, crested (c.4 troy ozs)

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A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER SOUP LADLE, Dublin 1804, mark of William Law and 'JK' in script, with long

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A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER SOUP LADLE, Dublin 1804, mark of William Law and 'JK' in script, with long fiddle pattern handle, crested, (c.8 troy ozs...

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A GEORGE II IRISH SILVER HOOK HANDLE SERVING SPOON, Dublin c.1754, maker's mark possibly that of

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A GEORGE II IRISH SILVER HOOK HANDLE SERVING SPOON, Dublin c.1754, maker's mark possibly that of Johnathan Pasley, the tapered hook handle termina...

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SAUCE LADLES, London c.1794, mark of Thomas Northcote & George Bourne,

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SAUCE LADLES, London c.1794, mark of Thomas Northcote & George Bourne, crested; together with a pair of George III dou...

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A GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN GRAVY SPOON WITH STRAINER, London 1791, mark of Peter & Anne

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A GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN GRAVY SPOON WITH STRAINER, London 1791, mark of Peter & Anne Bateman, crested, (c.5ozs). 29cm

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A GEORGE III PASTRY LIFTER, London 1800, mark of Peter, Anne & William Bateman, with pointed,

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A GEORGE III PASTRY LIFTER, London 1800, mark of Peter, Anne & William Bateman, with pointed, pierced graduated blades, the top one with thumb-spr...

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A PAIR OF SILVER THREE LIGHT CANDLEABRA, Sheffield 1938-1939, with foliate cast detachable

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A PAIR OF SILVER THREE LIGHT CANDLEABRA, Sheffield 1938-1939, with foliate cast detachable sconces, and entwined branches, on a foliate cast knopp...

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A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER DISH RING, London c.1895, maker's mark that of Daniel & John Henry Welby, of

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A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER DISH RING, London c.1895, maker's mark that of Daniel & John Henry Welby, of waisted circular form, the pierced body with ...

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A FINELY CAST LATE 19TH CENTURY SILVER SERVING TRAY, London c.1896, maker's mark of Maxfield & Sons,

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A FINELY CAST LATE 19TH CENTURY SILVER SERVING TRAY, London c.1896, maker's mark of Maxfield & Sons, of shaped rectangular form the reserve engrav...

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A 19TH CENTURY SET OF FOUR CASED OPEN SALT CELLARS IN THE FORM OF MINIATURE DISH RINGS, London c.

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A 19TH CENTURY SET OF FOUR CASED OPEN SALT CELLARS IN THE FORM OF MINIATURE DISH RINGS, London c.1896, makers mark rubbed, of circular waisted for...

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A GEORGE III SILVER SWING HANDLE SUGAR BOWL, London c.1795, maker’s mark of Charles Chesterman II,

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A GEORGE III SILVER SWING HANDLE SUGAR BOWL, London c.1795, maker’s mark of Charles Chesterman II, of helmet form, with reeded swing handle & wavy...

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A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER TWO HANDLED LOVING CUP, Dublin 1773, mark of Matthew West, with

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A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER TWO HANDLED LOVING CUP, Dublin 1773, mark of Matthew West, with repousse, chased and engraved decoration, raised on pede...

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A PAIR OF IRISH SILVER SALTS IN THE FORM OF MINIATURE DISH RINGS, Dublin c.1907, mark of Sharman

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A PAIR OF IRISH SILVER SALTS IN THE FORM OF MINIATURE DISH RINGS, Dublin c.1907, mark of Sharman D. Neill, the pierced waisted bodies decorated wi...

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A LARGE SILVER BOWL, Sheffield c.1913, mark of John Round & Son Ltd, the raised wavy rim with

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A LARGE SILVER BOWL, Sheffield c.1913, mark of John Round & Son Ltd, the raised wavy rim with pierced fluted and foliate decoration, above a band ...

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A SILVER RECTANGULAR TRAY, Sheffield c.1907, mark of James Dixon & Sons, of shaped rectangular form,

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A SILVER RECTANGULAR TRAY, Sheffield c.1907, mark of James Dixon & Sons, of shaped rectangular form, the plain reserve enclosed within a raised ga...

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A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1873, mark of John Shields (

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A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1873, mark of John Shields (c.5 troy ozs all in) (6)

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A SET OF ELEVEN IRISH VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1859, mark of John

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A SET OF ELEVEN IRISH VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1859, mark of John Shields; together with another Irish Georgian silver ...

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A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, Dublin c.1849, mark of John

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A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, Dublin c.1849, mark of John Smyth (c.8.5 troy ozs) (6)

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE IV IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, Dublin c.1825 (c.6 troy ozs) (6)

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE IV IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, Dublin c.1825 (c.6 troy ozs) (6)

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A SET OF ELEVEN GEORGE III SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, London c.1815, mark of Thomas Purver &

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A SET OF ELEVEN GEORGE III SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, London c.1815, mark of Thomas Purver & Edward Furnice, crested (c.8 troy ozs) (11)

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A MATCHED SET OF FIVE VICTORIAN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, Dublin, of various

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A MATCHED SET OF FIVE VICTORIAN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, Dublin, of various dates and makers, crested (c.7.5 troy ozs all in)

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A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III IRISH SILVER GILT DOUBLE THREAD FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.

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A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III IRISH SILVER GILT DOUBLE THREAD FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1808, mark of Samuel Neville, the handles terminatin...

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A THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, Sheffield, 1862, mark of Martin, Hall & Co., of compressed

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A THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, Sheffield, 1862, mark of Martin, Hall & Co., of compressed baluster form, each with vacant cartouches, (c.47 tro...

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A VICTORIAN BRITANNIA STANDARD SILVER COFFEE POT, London 1876, mark of Martin Hall & Co., of

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A VICTORIAN BRITANNIA STANDARD SILVER COFFEE POT, London 1876, mark of Martin Hall & Co., of baluster form with s-scroll handle, (c.28 troy ozs). ...

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A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS IN THE FORM OF CORINTHIAN COLUMNS, Sheffield c.1911, mark of

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A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS IN THE FORM OF CORINTHIAN COLUMNS, Sheffield c.1911, mark of Robert & Belk, each with removable sconces, raised on s...

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TWO GEORGE III IRISH SILVER WINE FUNNEL STANDS, Dublin, one c.1798, the other of an earlier date c.

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TWO GEORGE III IRISH SILVER WINE FUNNEL STANDS, Dublin, one c.1798, the other of an earlier date c.1793 (rubbed), both with maker’s mark of Willia...

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A GEORGE III SILVER SUGAR BOWL AND CREAM JUG OF LARGE PROPORTIONS, London c.1813, mark of Samuel

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A GEORGE III SILVER SUGAR BOWL AND CREAM JUG OF LARGE PROPORTIONS, London c.1813, mark of Samuel Henell, each of oblong form and demi-fluted desig...

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A PAIR OF GEORGE IV DECANTER COASTERS, London 1824, makers initials 'SD' for Samuel Dutton, the

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A PAIR OF GEORGE IV DECANTER COASTERS, London 1824, makers initials 'SD' for Samuel Dutton, the pierced gallery sides of fruiting vine below a fla...

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III NAVETTE-SHAPED SILVER SAUCE TUREENS AND COVERS, London 1810, mark of George

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III NAVETTE-SHAPED SILVER SAUCE TUREENS AND COVERS, London 1810, mark of George Smith & William Fearn, the oval stepped domed lid...

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A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN SILVER OPEN SALT CELLARS, London c.1853, mark of John Evans II, of shaped

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A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN SILVER OPEN SALT CELLARS, London c.1853, mark of John Evans II, of shaped circular form, with cast scroll and shell rim, a...

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