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Interiors, Homes & Antiques, Including Designer Fashion Jewellery

Chiswick Auctions Live Webcast Auction 01 Jul 2020 10:00 BST

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London

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  • 1 Colville Road
  • London
  • W3 8BL
  • United Kingdom

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An early 20th century American sterling silver water pitcher by Tiffany, of globular form, the body and and neck both decorated with bands of undu...

An early 20th century Russian 84 Zolotnik (875 standard) presentation dish, St Petersburg 1908-26, mark of Vassily Kangin, retailed by Ivan Ekimov...

A George V sterlng silver novelty scroll weight, Birmingham 1911 by Joseph Jennens & Co, the cylindrical body of plain form, inscribed 'Anthony Be...

A George III sterling silver tankard, London 1761, maker unkown, of cylincridcal slightly tapered form, the body with raised concentric circles to...

A late Victorian sterling silver tankard, London 1897, by William Hutton and Sons Ltd, of cylincridcal form, with wryhten decoration, and a looped...

A George III sterling silver tankard, London 1796, maker unkown, of cylincridcal form, with upper and lower reeded sections, a plain form scrolled...

A collection of silver, to include an early 20th century sterling silver inkwell, Birmingham 1908, by Asprey London, of stylised plain form with w...

A George II sterling silver meat skewer, London 1743, makers marks rubbed, of typical form with plain looped handle, along with a set of George II...

Six George III sterling silver fiddle pattern dinner forks, Dublin 1818, by Samuel Neville, along with three other Georgian and Victorian silver f...

A George III sterling silver fiddle back basting spoon, London 1806, makers mark rubbed, along with six others, length 31cm (largest) 532 grams / ...

Six early Victorian sterling silver teaspoons, Edinburgh 1842, by Robert Naughten, along with seven other mainly Victorian silver teaspoons, weigh...

A Georgian sterling silver fiddleback harlequin flatware service, most with monogrammed stems, 1272 grams / 40.89 ozt (qty)

A miniature sterling silver tea set, Birmingham 1991, maker A, M & Co, the service decorated with fluted lower sections, along with an elongated t...

A early 20th century 925 silver mesh purse, with sinuous push piece clasp, original suede linging to interior, suspended from a trace link chain h...

A George V sterling silver three piece tea set, London 1912, by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company LTD, of Art Nouveau form, the teapot and water...

A George IV sterling silver three piece tea set, Sheffield 1813, by John Watson, comprising a large teapot, creamer and sucrier, each of oval form...

A 20th century white metal bottle carrier, by Israel Freeman & Son LTD, of Hatton Garden London, with twisted handle and basket weave lower sectio...

A George III sterling silver creamer, London 1801, by George Burrows, the plain helmet shaped body decorated with a reeded rim and handle with fam...

A 20th century sterling silver sugar sifter, London 1948, by Israel Freeman and Son Ltd, the body of faceted octagonal form with acorn finial, alo...

Four 20th century sterling silver bottle coasters, all retailed by MC Hearsey and Son LTD, London with varying dates, all of plain form with turne...

A George V sterling silver swing handled bread basket, Sheffield 1924, by William Hutton and Sons Ltd, having a scalloped border with extensive pi...

A Austro-Hungarian 800 silver platter, the oval shaped dish being plain in decoration with a reed and ribbon border, length 36cm, weight 640 grams...

An Edwardian cased sterling silver cruet set, Birmingham 1936, by Barker Brothers LTD, comprising two salts, a mustard pot, three salt spoon and t...

A collection of sterling silver mounted dressing table items, to include hair and clothes brushes, combs and a leather bound set of manicure and s...

A George V sterling silver pedestal bowl, Birmingham 1928, by S Blanckensee & Son LTD, of oval form, having a scalloped edge and pierced diamond ...

A Victorian sterling silver footed nut bowl, London 1895, by Daniel and John Welby, decorated in the Georgian style, with a beaded border punctuat...

A George V sterling silver pedestal bowl, Birmimgham 1912, by William Aitken, of circular form, with repeated pierced floral pattern in the Arts a...

An early Victorian sterling silver vase with with a single handle, London 1844, by Charles Reily and George Storer, engraved with key patterns. He...

A William IV sterling silver Christening mug, London 1834, by Charles Reily and George Storer, the handle cast with flowers, the melon shaped body...

A pair of George V waisted sterling silver vases, Birmingham 1913, possibly by Hall & Fitzgerald, engine turned with bands of fluting, weighted, t...

A Victorian sterling silver Bachelor's coffee pot, London 1893, by Carrington & Co (John Bodman Carrington), retailed at Carrington & Co of 130 Re...

A Victorian sterling silver toothbrush holder, London 1894, Charles & George Asprey, retailed at Leuchars of Piccadilly, London, monogrammed to th...

A set of twelve Victorian sterling silver teaspoons, Sheffield 1896, by John Round & Son Ltd (Joseph Ridge), the handles with shields engraved wit...

A George V Art Deco sterling silver dressing table set, Birmingham 1918, the silver with geometric engine turned decoration in four sections with ...

A pair of Edward VIII Neo Classical open salts, London 1908, by Elkington & Co, of oval form with pierced decoration and blue glass bowl, raised o...

Two Edwardian Neo Classical sterling silver cruets, both with pierced and etched bodies decorated with floral garlands, one with blue glass inset,...

An Edwardian sterling silver hipflask, London 1906, retailled at Drew & Sons of Piccadilly Circus, London, with a bayonet cap and glass body, toge...

A set of four Edwardian sterling silver toast racks, Sheffield 1910, by Atkin Brothers, together with a larger George V sterling silver toast rack...

A set of four Victorian parcel-gilt sterling silver apostle spoons, London 1896, by William Hutton and Sons Ltd, the mounted biblical character ov...

A George V sterling silver bread basket, London 1913, by Stewart Dawson LTD, being of oval form, with pierced diamond decoration, along with an 80...

A George V sterling silver footed nut or sweetmeat bowl, London 1913 by Mappin and Webb, having a shaped body with an applied and pierced floral b...

A pair of early 20th century Baccarat and Halycon Days storm or hurricane shades, the flared rim crystal lamps having acid etched floral spray dec...

A boxed set of Art Deco sterling silver coffee spoons, Birmingham 1839, by William Suckling LTD, along with four other boxed sets of flatware, to ...

A George IV sterling silver mustard, London 1827, with the engraved cipher for Baron Wynford of Wynford Eagle, Dorset, with a shell thumbpiece and...

A pair of early George III Scottish sterling silver cauldron salts, Edinburgh 1765 by William Taylor, each raised on three supports. Height 4cm x ...

A George III sterling silver sauce boat, by Richard Ferris of Exeter circa 1807, of helmet form, with a beaded border, bright cut engraved to the ...

An Edward VIII Art Deco sterling silver milk jug and sugar bowl, Birmingham 1936, by Grant & Sons, of tapering octagonal section with a reeded bor...

A mixed group of sterling silver including an Art Deco cigarette case, Birmingham 1946, by W H Manton Ltd, engine turned with a gilt interior, a t...

A Edward VIII Neo Classical Revival pedestal cruet and mustard spoon, Sheffield 1903, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, the pierced and etched body w...

A sapphire and diamond dress ring, The oval mixed-cut sapphire, between scrolling shoulders set with single-cut diamonds, stamped 18k, ring size M

A pair of gold cufflinks, by Kurt Weiss, circa 1965, Each 9 carat gold oval engraved plaque, to a t-bar connector, London hallmarks, plaque length...

An emerald and diamond ring, The oval-cut emerald, within a brilliant-cut diamond cluster, stamped 18K, ring size S½

A small collection of jewellery, Include a blue topaz cross, suspended from an 18 carat white gold chain, London hallmark, a paste cluster pendant...

A treated ruby and diamond necklace, earclips and ring suite, The fracture-filled pear-shaped ruby, suspended within a brilliant-cut diamond frame...

A novelty brooch, The carved hardstone figure of a female bust wearing a straw hat, above a textured leaf motif, stamped 14K, length 4.2cm

A seed pearl pendant, early 20th century, The starbust pendant set throughout with half seed pearls, detachable bale, fitted case

A tanzanite dress ring, The oval-cut tanzanite, in a large openwork setting, stamped 18c, ring size N

A diamond-set arrow brooch, 1978, set with brilliant-cut diamonds in 18 carat gold, maker's mark ''AJ'', London hallmark, length 3.2cm

A small group of jewellery, comprising a sphene single-stone ring, a garnet eternity ring, a lady's watch with a 9 carat gold fancy-link bracelet ...

A cultured pearl necklace, The single-strand of cultured pearls, to a flowerhead clasp, length 110.0cm

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