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Busby Fine Art & Antiques Live Webcast Auction 17 Sep 2020 10:00 BST

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Bridport, Dorset

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  • Bridport Salerooms, The Old Hemp Store
  • North Mills
  • Bridport
  • Dorset
  • DT6 3BE
  • United Kingdom

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A set of twelve fiddle pattern tablespoons; six by Richard Britton, London 1814; and six by John & Henry Lias, and John, Henry & Charles Lias, 182...

A set of six Georgian fiddle pattern forks, various makers including William Eaton, Richard Crossley & George Smith IV, etc, several quite worn (6...

A set of six Victorian Old English pattern silver table forks and six dessert forks by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1849 and 1850; together...

A set of six large and six smaller Victorian Old English pattern forks by Chawner & Co (George William Adams), London 1854, 25oz (6)

A set of seven Old English pattern table spoons, the terminals monogrammed 'JEPC', by Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1967, 17.5oz

A mixed set of eight Old English pattern tablespoons, at least four by Thomas Chawner, London 1775, other marks rubbed, 17oz

A small collection of silver teaspoons and sugar tongs, to include a William Bateman I George III teaspoon; several Victorian teaspoons; a set of ...

Two silver tablespoons by William Woodman, Exeter, one 1830; an old English pattern tablespoon by Richard Poulden, London 1820; three old English ...

Five Victorian and Georgian silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, various makers; together with a set of five Edwardian silver handled butter knives by...

A pair of Victorian silver salad servers by John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham 1890, of shell form, having turned wood handles, each 26cm

A cased set of originally 12 silver coffee spoons and sugar tongs, now containing 10 spoons, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., in red velvet and l...

Three large Armada/alms dishes by Solomon Joel Phillips, London 1996 and 2007, awarded as trophies for the Tattersall Stakes 1999, 2000, and 2009,...

Two large Armada/alms dishes by Solomon Joel Phillips, London 2009 and 2011, awarded as racing trophies, each 18.5cm diameter, 20.3oz

Three small Armada/alms dishes by Mappin & Webb, London 2008 and 2009, boxed, awarded as racing trophies at Royal Ascot, 2008 and 2009, each 10.8c...

Two silver Armada/alms dishes by Richard Lawton Ltd, London 1990 and 1993, the larger 20cm diameter, awarded as a trophy for the Fillies Stakes, E...

Two Armada dishes by Carr's of Sheffield Ltd, awarded as racing trophies 2001 and 2003, together with one other by Solomon Joel Phillips, awarded ...

A very large twin handled silver trophy cup by Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson), Sheffield, 1908, on ebonised plinth base, inscribed 'Be...

A small lot of silver to include a pair of Victorian silver sugar tongs by John Stone, Exeter 1847; a silver teaspoon by William M Traies, London ...

A mixed lot of silver, to include a number of napkin rings, a cased set of Victorian apostle spoons by Sibray, Hall & Co. (one missing), cased set...

A William IV/Victorian five piece tea service by Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard, London 1836 and 1839, comprising teapot, coffee p...

A silver three piece teaset, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1908 and 1909, of rectangular form with gadrooned edge on four hoof feet, the teapo...

A four piece silver teaset by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London 1911, comprising coffee pot, teapot, milk jug, and sugar bowl, of compressed c...

A George III silver teapot by Crispin Fuller, London 1801, of oblong octagonal form, having harp handle, bright cut decoration, 13.8oz

A Dutch silver tea caddy, bearing mark of Willem Diemont, Amsterdam 1843, of oval form with pineapple finial on hinged lid, raised on a spreading...

A late Victorian three piece silver teaset by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1899 and 1900, comprising teapot (af), milk jug, and sugar bow...

A late Victorian three piece tea set by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London 1899, the teapot with ebonised harp handle, all chased with floral a...

A modern silver coffee pot with wooden scroll handle by Francis Howard Ltd, Sheffield 1973, 27.5cm high, gross weight 24oz

A modern three piece silver coffee set, by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield, 1973, in Queen Anne style, the pot approximately 25cm high, 38.9oz

A George III silver milk jug and sugar bowl by Alice & George Burrows II, London 1807, half fluted bodies on ball feet, 8.9oz

An Edwardian silver milk jug and sugar bowl, Elkington & Co. Ltd, London 1910; together with a silver tray, W. Bruford & Son, London 1903, 20cm di...

A cased pair of Edwardian silver sugar bowls, maker's mark L&W, Birmingham 1904, of octagonal form with pierced decoration, each with a small set ...

A cased matched cruet set, various makers, comprising two salts and two lidded mustards with blue glass liners, two peppers, and four spoons

A pair of George II silver salts, maker's mark rubbed, London 1738, silver gilt interior, bright cut decoration, on three hoof feet, 4.3oz

A pair of pierced silver salts by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1897, of pointed oval form with blue glass liners; together with two small salt s...

A lot of silver cruet items, to include a lidded drum mustard of oval form by Stokes & Ireland Ltd, Chester 1916; two other 20th century lidded sa...

A pair of silver salts of canted rectangular form with blue glass liners, together with a pair of pepper shakers, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., L...

A pair of Georgian style silver salts by E S Barnsley & Co. (Edward Souter Barnsley), Birmingham 1912, of oblong form, with hinged lid and gadroon...

An Indian silver pedestal bowl bearing the mark of Grish Chunder Dutt, of Bhowanipore, Calcutta, circa 1900, the circular body finely chased with ...

An Art Nouveau silver bonbon dish, London 1923, with swept twin handles, on pedestal base with spreading foot, diameter of bowl approximately 14.8...

A shaped circular salver by William Bush & Sons, Sheffield 1960, on three scroll feet, the top inscribed 'Presented by the Gentlemen Cadets of th...

A small silver salver by Carr's of Sheffield Ltd, Sheffield 2006, 20.2cm diameter, together with another smaller by Wakely & Wheeler, London 1965,...

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