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Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood Live Webcast Auction 13 Oct 2020 10:00 BST (2 day sale)

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

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A Victorian electroplated spirit kettle and stand, maker James Dixon & Sons: initialled, of cylindrical tapering outline, with banded foliate deco...

A silver plated rectangular galleried tray: with canted corners, with foliate and scroll banded decoration, raised on four ball feet, 56cm.

A Sheffield Plate sauce tureen and cover: crested, of oval outline, the shallow domed lid with loop handle , with matching loop handles to the si...

A pair of electro plated wine coasters: of circular outline, with pierced trellis sides on a turned wood base, with beaded borders, 13cm. diameter.

An Elkington electro plated two-handled goblet with liner: with grape and vine leaf decoration. raised on a knopped stem and spreading circular f...

A late Victorian/Edwardian silver plated three bottle tantalus: with hinged handle and open frame on a rectangular base raised on ball feet, 34cm....

An Elizabeth II silver salver, maker Wakely & Wheeler, London, 1965: inscribed to the underside, with gadrooned border and raised on four talon a...

A George V silver pedestal rose bowl, maker J Sherwood & Sons, Birmingham, 1912: of circular outline with beaded border and embossed garland decor...

A pair of Edward VIII silver peppers, maker Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London, 1936: of baluster outline with domed and pierced lids, rais...

A pair of Edward VII silver gravy boats, maker Williams Ltd, Birmingham, 1901: of traditional design with wavy edged border, acanthus capped scrol...

A Victorian silver sugar caster of lighthouse type, maker Henry Matthews, Birmingham, 1900: of cylindrical outline, with domed and pierced turn of...

A George VI silver mug, maker Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1937: of plain cylindrical tapering form raised on a circular stepped base, 13.5cm. high, ...

An Edward VII silver cased mantel timepiece, maker Henry Moreton, Birmingham, 1909: of balloon-shaped outline with 4cm. enamel Roman dial and subs...

A George V silver salver, maker William Adams Ltd, Birmingham, 1930: crested, of circular outline with foliate and scroll decorated border, raised...

A George V silver salver , maker Hamilton & Co, London, 1920: initialled, of circular outline with moulded scroll border, raised on four swept fee...

A George V silver teapot, maker Mappin and Webb, Sheffield, 1923: of oval outline with half reeded decoration, 29cm. long, 577gms, 18.55ozs.

An Art Deco period silver three-piece tea service, maker S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Chester 1933: of lozenge-shaped outline with canted angles , rai...

A George V silver three-handled trophy, maker William Neale & Son, Birmingham, 1928: of cylindrical tapering form raised on a spreading circular f...

Four assorted silver vesta cases, various makers and dates: initialled, total weight of silver 87gms, 2.80ozs.

A George V silver cigarette case, maker Henry Williamson Ltd, Birmingham, 1923: of rectangular outline with engine turned decoration, 9cm. wide, t...

A George V silver sugar caster, maker Alfred Ernest Neighbour, London, 1934: of baluster outline with domed cover, 15.5cm. high, a silver christen...

A pair of Elizabeth II silver bottle coasters, maker W Broadway & Co, Birmingham, 1994: of circular form with engraved scroll decoration to the si...

A silver pen tray inkwell, maker Asprey & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1938: the rectangular silver well with silver topped glass inkwells to either side, m...

A Victorian silver sugar caster, maker Nathan & Hayes, Birmingham, 1893: of cylindrical outline with turn-off domed cover and having writhen decor...

A late Victorian silver twin-handled porringer, maker William Hutton & Son Ltd, London, 1894: inscribed, together with a matching spoon, maker Wi...

A late Victorian silver three-piece christening set, maker Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co, London, 1896: initialled and inscribed, includes fork, sp...

A set of eight Elizabeth II silver goblets, maker SP over QR, London, 1972/73: the bowl of tapering cylindrical outline with gilded interior raise...

An Edward VII silver four-piece tea and coffee service, maker Charles Boyton & Sons, London, 1905/06: inscribed to the coffee pot, of barge-shaped...

A George V silver salver, maker J Hill & Co, Birmingham, 1931: of plain circular form, with a moulded edge, 30cm diameter, 804gms, 25.85ozs.

An Elizabeth II clear glass and silver mounted claret jug, maker Israel Freeman & Son Ltd, London, 1978: of oval outline with hobnail decoration, ...

A George VI / Elizabeth II gentleman's toiletry case, maker TP, London, 1949/55: the case fitted with silver backed brushes, jars and bottles with...

An Edward VII silver capstan inkwell, maker Asprey & Co Ltd, Birmingham, 1909: of traditional design, the hinged lid enclosing a blue glass liner,...

A George V silver four-division cigar case, maker John Rose, Birmingham, 1912: with engraved foliate and scroll decoration, with gilded interior, ...

An Edward VII silver tea kettle on a stand, maker Elkington & Co, Birmingham, 1908: crested, of barge-shaped outline with gadrooned border, the p...

An Edward VII silver cafe au lait pot, maker Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1909: crested and inscribed, of octagonal pear-shaped outline, with hinged ...

A George V silver teapot, maker Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield, 1922: crested, of barge-shaped outline, with ribbed girdle and raised on f...

A George V silver three-piece tea service, maker James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1922: of barge-shaped outline, raised on swept feet, includes te...

A Victorian silver sugar castor, maker James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1895: the pierced domed top with flaming finial, the squat baluster body wi...

A Victorian silver sweetmeat basket, maker JJ, Sheffield, 1890: of circular outline with pierced foliate border and pierced scroll and foliate dec...

A George VI silver salver, maker Viners Ltd, Sheffield, 1939: of circular outline with piecrust border, and raised on three scroll feet, 25.5cm di...

An Edward VII silver salver , maker Elkington & Co, Birmingham, 1906: inscribed, of circular outline with gadrooned and scroll border, with engrav...

An Edward VII silver salver, maker Josiah Williams & Co, London, 1901: crested, of circular outline, with gadrooned and shell border, raised on th...

An Edwardian silver two handled trophy cup, maker's mark rubbed and worn, London, 1908: of ovoid waisted form with sinuous foliate handles to the ...

A George V silver serving tray, maker John Hunt, London, 1913: inscribed, of plain rectangular outline with gadrooned border and scroll decorated ...

An Elizabeth II silver bowl, L.A.O, London, 2020: of circular outline with gadrooned rim and writhen decoration to the sides, 21.5cm. diameter, 59...

An Elizabeth II silver cafe-au-lait pot, LAO, London, 2020: in the Georgian style, of tapering octagonal form, having a domed hinged lid with ball...

A Georgian Irish silver pair of sugar tongs, maker J.S, Dublin, no date letter: with bright cut decoration, together with three other pairs of sug...

A George III silver knife rest, maker TW, London, 1814: of bar and ball design together with a near matching knife rest, London, 1806, 7cm. wide, ...

A Queen Anne silver Dog Nose pattern table spoon, maker Benjamin Watts, London, 1708: initialled, the oval bowl with plain rat tail, 20.5cm. long,...

A Queen Anne Dog Nose pattern Irish silver table spoon, unknown maker, Dublin, 1704: the oval bowl with plain rat tail, 20.5cm. long, 68gms, 2.19o...

A George III provincial silver marrow scoop, maker William Welch, Exeter, circa 1810: of double ended traditional design, 24cm. long, 41gms, 1.330...

A George I Irish silver marrow scoop, maker possibly EB for Edward Barrett, Dublin, 1723: crested, of double ended design, 22.5cm. long 61gms, 1.9...

A pair of 19th century silver gilt sugar nips: crested, together with a pair of silver sugar nips, unmarked, total weight of silver 49gms, 1.58ozs.

A George III Irish silver fiddle pattern butter knife, maker Arthur Murphy, Dublin, 1807: crested, 17.5cm. long together with another Irish silve...

Two Irish and three English silver pairs of sugar tongs, various makers and dates: crested or initialled, total weight of silver 224gms, 7.22ozs.

Four Irish and one English silver pairs of sugar tongs, various makers and dates: crested or initialled, total weight of silver 228gms, 7.34ozs.

A George III Irish provincial pair of sugar tongs, maker Carden Terry, Cork circa 1790: with bright cut decoration, together with four pairs of Ir...

A pair of Victorian Irish silver sugar tongs, maker James le Bass, Dublin, 1839: together with four other pairs of Irish silver sugar tongs, vario...

A pair of George III Irish silver sugar tongs, maker Jonas Osborne, Dublin, circa 1795: together with four other pairs of Irish silver sugar tongs...

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