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Fine Art Sale

Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood Live Webcast Auction 29 Jan 2019 10:00 GMT (2 day sale)

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  • Lots: 1-459
  • Lots: 481-1142

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  • 09:00 GMT - 17:15 GMT
  • 09:00 GMT - 13:00 GMT
  • 14:00 GMT - 16:00 GMT
  • 09:00 GMT - 17:15 GMT
  • 09:00 GMT - 17:15 GMT

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  • St. Edmund's Court
  • Okehampton Street
  • Exeter
  • EX4 1DU
  • United Kingdom

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A 19th century silver plated pipe carrying case: with hinged lid and folding flap for the bowl and tubular stem with cleaning rod, 12cm. long.

A late Victorian plated presentation tray: inscribed, of polygonal outline, with central foliate and scroll decorated cartouche, raised on three ...

An Elkington and Co silver plated triple bottle stand: with three pierced cylindrical holders linked by a central reeded column with loop carrying...

A silver plated tantalus: of arched outline, the locking bar with loop carrying handle enclosing three clear cut glass decanters and stoppers, rai...

An Edward VII three-piece silver tea service, maker J Sherwood & Sons, Birmingham, 1909: of squat circular form, with wavy edge border, raised on...

A George V silver four-piece tea service, maker Elkington & Co, Birmingham, 1934/35: of rectangular outline with re-entrant corners, raised on sha...

A George V matched silver three-piece coffee service: maker Mappin & Webb, London, 1931: the coffee pot and hot water jug of ovoid outline with d...

A pair of Victorian silver bon bon dishes, maker Synyer & Beldoes, Birmingham, 1897: of oval cartouche outline, with pierced scroll decoration, 18...

An Edward VII silver teapot, maker Thomas of New Bond Street, London, 1906: of rectangular outline, with gadrooned border, shallow domed hinged l...

A George V silver coffee pot, maker C S Harris & Sons Ltd, London, 1919: of cylindrical tapering form with domed hinged lid, on a reeded circular ...

A pair of Edward VII silver chocolate pots, maker George Edward & Sons, London, 1903: of plain cylindrical form with domed hinged lids, 19cm. high...

A George V silver biscuit barrel, maker Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, 1914: of cylindrical outline, with shallow domed hinged lid, raised on four s...

A George V silver hot water jug, maker RR, Birmingham, 1913: of plain baluster form, with shallow domed hinged lid with gadrooned border, raised o...

An Edward VII silver cigarette box, maker Joseph Rogers & Sons, Sheffield, 1907: of Art Nouveau influence, the rectangular box with plain shallow...

A George V silver pedestal basket, maker G Bryan & Co, Birmingham, 1933: of rectangular outline, with beaded border, pierced sides, raised on a re...

A George V silver pedestal bowl, maker Blackmore & Fletcher Ltd, London, 1933: of circular outline with octagonal pierced fan decorated rim, on a ...

An Edward VII silver salver, maker James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield, 1909: with gadrooned and scroll border, raised on four talon and ball feet, 2...

A pair of George V silver sauceboats, maker Asprey & Co, London, 1916: with wavy edge border, acanthus capped scroll handles raised on three swep...

A George VI silver quaich, maker Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London, 1938: of traditional designs, the lug handles decorated with Celtic kno...

An Elizabeth II silver travelling four-piece communion set, maker H F Daltrey & Co, London, 1962: includes chalice, paten, pyx and clear glass bot...

An Elizabeth II travelling combination communion set, maker Blunt & Wray Ltd, London, 1966: of cylindrical outline, the detachable cover with int...

A George V Scottish silver quaich, maker Wilson & Sharp, Edinburgh, 1925: of traditional design with two lug handles raised on a circular foot, 15...

A George V clear glass and silver mounted claret jug, maker F & Co Ltd, London, 1922: of oval tapering outline, with shallow domed hinged lid with...

A George V silver gilt presentation casket, maker C S Harris & Sons Ltd, London, 1910: with presentation plaque to the underside of the lid, of ov...

An Elizabeth II silver serving tray, maker Roberts & Belk, Sheffield, 1975: of rectangular outline with gadrooned border and acanthus decorated l...

A George V silver quaich, maker Richard Burbridge, Birmingham, 1928: of traditional design, with pierced handles on a circular foot, 16cm. wide, 8...

A set of six Victorian silver gilt salts, maker Colen Cheshire, Birmingham, 1890/92: of circular form with crimped borders together with six match...

An Elizabeth II silver rose bowl, maker Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham, 1964: of plain lobed circular form, raised on a circular spreading foot...

A George VI silver four-piece tea and coffee service, maker Roberts & Belk Ltd, Sheffield, 1940: of plain octagonal baluster form, raised on octag...

A George V silver two-handled trophy cup, maker C S Harris & Sons Ltd, London, 1923: inscribed, of globular form with two scroll handles, banded ...

An Edward VII silver porringer, maker James Wakely & Frank Wheeler, London, 1901: of circular form with beaded border, loop handles to the sides, ...

A George V silver hot water jug, maker Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, 1926: of tapering cylindrical design, with domed hinged lid, on a stepped circul...

A Victorian silver mounted mirror, maker Henry Matthews, Birmingham, 1899: with bevelled mirror plate enclosed by an embossed frame with figures i...

An Elizabeth II silver four-piece tea and coffee service, maker Roberts & Belk, Sheffield, 1976: of plain baluster form, with domed hinged lids r...

A large George V silver serving tray, maker Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield, 1920: crested and inscribed, of rectangular outline with gadroo...

Three Edward VII silver salts, maker Joseph Henings & Co, London, 1909: of circular form, with foliate borders and half reeded decoration, raised ...

A George V silver three-piece tea service, maker R F Mosley & Co, Sheffield, 1913: of barge-shaped outline with half reeded decoration, includes t...

A pair of George III Old English pattern silver sauce ladles, maker Richard Crossley, London, 1794: initialled, 18.5cm. long, 94gms, 3.03ozs.

A William IV Irish silver fiddle pattern serving spoon, maker R.S possibly Richard Sawyer, Dublin 1834: initialled, 33cm. long, 121gms, 3.91ozs.

A matched Scottish silver single struck Kings pattern part flatware service, various makers including James Mackay, Edinburgh, 1848: includes six ...

A set of Elizabeth II silver gilt and enamelled coffee spoons, maker Turner & Simpson, Birmingham, 1959: in associated case and a set of silver g...

A set of twelve George IV silver pistol grip forks, maker WT possibly William Theobalds, London, 1828: each with three tines and filled handles.19...

A George III silver Old English pattern straining spoon, maker Joseph Hicks, Exeter, 1815: crested, a silver toddy lifter, butter knife, Kings pat...

A George III silver matched fiddle pattern part flatware service, various makers and dates: initialled, includes twelve tablespoons, twelve desser...

A George III silver marrow soup, marks worn, London, 1791?: initialled, of traditional design, 22cm.long, 53gms, 1.71ozs. and a plated example. (2...

A set of five George IV Irish silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, maker Samuel Neville, Dublin, 1829: crested and initialled, together with two ...

A set of six Victorian provincial silver Fiddle pattern table forks, maker Robert Williams, Exeter, 1844: together with three other Fiddle pattern...

A matched set of six Fiddle pattern dessert forks, various makers and dates: initialled together with six matched dessert spoons, initialled and t...

A pair of George III silver Old English pattern sauce ladles, maker Richard Crossley, London, 1794: crested, 17cm. long, together with a Victorian...

A matched Kings pattern part flatware service, makers William Eaton, London, 1836 and George Adams, London, 1845: includes six tablespoons six des...

A pair of Victorian silver fruit servers, maker John Newton Mappin, London, 1890: with scallop-shaped bowls on foliate and knopped decorated stems...

An Elizabeth II silver part flatware service, maker Gee & Holmes, Sheffield, 1955: includes six tablespoons, eight dessert spoons, six teaspoons, ...

A pair of George III Scottish silver Old English pattern gravy spoons, maker Alexander Gardner, Edinburgh, 1794: initialled, 34cm. long, 184gms, 5...

A George V silver asparagus server, maker Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London, 1928: of traditional design with foliate decorated handle and ...

A Victorian Irish silver Fiddle pattern long handled caddy spoon, maker Christopher Cummins Jnr, Dublin, 1841: together with a George IV silver ...

A George III silver Hanoverian pattern soup ladle, maker's mark worn, London, 1766: crested, with shell-shaped bowl, 34.5cm. long, 163gms, 5.24o...

A Victorian silver Old English pattern part flatware service, maker Thomas Prime & Son, Birmingham, 1892: initialled, includes, seven tablespoons,...

An Elizabeth II silver flatware service, maker Gee & Holmes, Sheffield, 1976: includes six table forks, six dessert forks, two tablespoons, six de...

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