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* American Silver. Silver pastry server by William Adams & Co, New York circa 1835, engraved with flowers and scrolls within wriggle-work border, ...

* American Silver. Silver fiddle pattern stuffing spoon by Robert Wilson, Philadelphia circa 1810, engraved with initials, there is a cut in the s...

* American Silver. Silver pedestal bowl by Hugh Wishart, New York circa 1790, engraved with garlands and monogram, the foot stamped WISHART, 16.5c...

* American Silver. Fish slice by Edward Stebbins & Co, New York circa 1835, the slice with pierced and engraved fish, the handle engraved with a m...

* American Silver. Silver milk jug by John Owen, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania circa 1805, of classical pedestal form engraved with monogram, and gad...

* American Silver. Large collection of American 'Sterling' silver items, including an oval fruit bowl with rose encrusted borders, 25cm long, a le...

* American Silver. Silver milk jug by John Crawford, New York circa 1815, with presentation inscription 'From the New York Agricultural Society to...

* American Silver. Silver milk jug by Robert Evans, Boston, Massachusetts circa 1800, of plain helmet shape form engraved with a monogram within a...

* Brooch. Art deco bar brooch, the pierced white metal setting inset with three central old cut diamonds flanked by seven sapphires to each side, ...

* Cigarette Boxes. Silver cigarette box by Roberts & Dore, Birmingham 1966, of rectangular form, the heavy gauge lid with engine-turned decoration...

* Claret Jug. Silver top claret jug by Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1909, tapered handle, decorative crystal cut band to glass body with star cut bas...

* Cow Creamer. 20th-century continental silver cow creamer probably Dutch, of typical form with hinged cover and hallmarks to the underside, 14cm ...

* Forks. 12 George III silver table forks by Thomas Wilkes Barber, London 1809, of plain form engraved with a family crest, 20.5cm long, approxima...

* Mirrors. Pair of Scottish silver hand mirrors by R & W Sorley, Glasgow, 1894, the rectangular silver frames pierced with foliate scrolls and eng...

* Mixed Silver. Victorian silver fruit basket by Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1897, of oval form pierced with floral swag border, 28cm wide, appro...

* Mixed Silver. Mixed collection of silver, comprising a drum shape mustard pot by Carrington & Co, London 1903 with blue glass liner, 3 circular ...

* Mixed Silver. Pair of Victorian small sauce boats by Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1895, plain form with scroll handle and on 3 cabriole support...

* Mixed Silver. Cigarette case, Birmingham 1923, 8 x 6.5cm, 66g together with various silver items including a spill vase, open face pocket watch,...

* Mixed Silver. Pair of 18th century serving spoons by J.W., London 1752, of plain form, 20.5cm long, together with various silver items including...

* Ring. Diamond solitaire ring, the facet cut stone approximately .25cts (fractured), the yellow metal mount lacking hallmarks (untested), size N/...

* Ring. 18ct gold amethyst and diamond ring, the large facet cut oval amethyst surrounded by diamond chippings in an illusion setting, stamped 750...

* Ring. Rose gold and 3-stone diamond ring, the 3mm brilliant-cut diamonds set in a diagonal fashion, the interior of the gold engraved, size M, t...

* Jug. Edwardian silver baluster jug by Cooper Brothers & Sons, Sheffield 1924, clear marks to underside of base, 18 cm high, approximately 351 g ...

* Bon-Bon Dishes. Pair of Edwardian pierced silver bon-bon dishes by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester, 1903, with scrolling foliate designs, ...

* Goblets. Pair of George III silver goblets by William Pitts, London, 1788, marks worn, 12cm high, 324 g Qty: (2)

* Mugs. Matched pair of silver mugs by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1930 and 1955, each of plain pedestal form engraved with presentation inscription,...

* Salver. George V silver salver by Mappin & Webb, London 1917, the plain circular salver with shaped edge on three cabriole supports, 30.5cm diam...

* Silver Salver. Edwardian silver salver by E. Viners, Sheffield 1905, shaped edge, on 3 knurl feet, hallmarks rubbed, 20 cm diameter, approximate...

* Sauce Boat. 18th-century Continental white metal sauce boat, hallmarked twice with initials 'es', with shaped edge, leaf capped scroll handle, o...

* Sauce Boats. Silver sauce boat by Adie Brothers Ltd, Chester, 1936, with Celtic/Viking border design, on 3 dragon head feet with matching dragon...

* Tankard. George II silver tankard by William Bateman I, London, 1779, of plain form with scroll handle, marks worn, 12.2 cm, 327g Qty: (1)

* Teapot. Edwardian silver teapot by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1905, of ogee form with ebony handle and finial on four cabriole ...

* Trophy Cup. George V silver trophy cup by Elkington & Company, Birmingham 1928, two-handled cup with presentation engraving on a wooden base, 25...

* Toddy Ladle. A George II Irish silver toddy ladle, makers mark obscured, Dublin circa 1725, of plain form with rosewood handle, 33cm long Qty: ...

* Tray. Victorian silver tray by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1901, the rectangular tray embossed with cherubs amongst scrolls, 21.5 x 31cm, approxi...

* Pocket Watch. Edwardian 18ct gold ladies fob watch, with gold dial, black Roman numerals and foliate engraved case, stamped 18K, 40mm diameter t...

* Pencils. 9ct gold propelling pencil by E Baker & Son, stamped 9ct, 11cm long, together with a gold plated propelling pencil engraved with thistl...

* Mixed Silver. Edwardian silver trophy cup by Harry Aitken, Sheffield 1902, with later presentation inscription for 'Sedgefield Show 1935', 20.5c...

* Mixed Silver. A mixed collection of silver items including three George III period toddy ladles with two inset with a gilded coin, 39.5cm and 33...

* Pocket Watch. Edwardian 14K gold pocket watch by J. Barth & Fils, Geneva, the circular white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, elaborate sc...

* Advertising Tins. A large collection of advertising tins, including a Huntley & Palmers novelty tin in the form of a Gladstone bag, 16cm high x ...

* Apprentice Piece. Miniature steel farmers plough, the steel plough well made with two carrying handles and wheel to the front, 38cm long Qty: (...

* Banknotes. Lower Canada Bank, Gulliver & Sons, complete uncut proof sheet of 6 banknotes, printed by Rawdon, Wright & Hatch, New York 10 July 18...

* Boat Tiller. A hardwood boat tiller, probably 18th century, the long wooden tiller carved with a griffin on one end and a grotesque on the other...

* Bronze. Late 19th century bronze unsigned, modelled as a merman drinking from a shell, with shell and four dolphins beneath, mounted on a marble...

* Casket. German Nuremberg casket, probably 17th century, the front panel painted in oil depicting a king, noblemen, monks and a priest, the hinge...

* Casket. German Nuremberg casket, probably 17th century, engraved throughout with birds and foliate scrolls, with swing handle on four ball feet,...

* Communion Plate. Pewter communion plate dated 1704, engraved 'For the Kirk of Carnwath 1704, with the initials M I G, in very poor condition, 42...

* Copperware. Victorian copper cauldron, of large circular form with cover and large iron handle, 39cm high x 40cm diameter, together with other c...

* Dieppe Ivory. 19th century Dieppe ivory floral carved plaque, displayed on velvet in a circular brass glazed frame with yew wood base, 10.5cm di...

* Dummy Board. 19th-century style dummy board, probably early 20th century, carved and painted as a mother with her child on her back and holding ...

* Fan. A hand-painted fan, Chinese, mid 19th century, folding double-sided paper fan, painted with a variety of vignettes, including landscapes, i...

* Firemarks. Royal Exchange lead firemark, numbered 37191 (1730-1775), lacking part of the crown, 23.5cm long and mounted on an oak base, together...

* Footman. Victorian cast iron Aesthetic period footman in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser, with central paterae bordered by pierced wavy lin...

* Glass Domes. A collection of Victorian glass domes, various sizes including two tall tall domes, 43cm high and 37cm high, a larger squat dome 20...

* Tavern Glass Panels. Pair of etched glass panels circa 1900, each curved with acid-etched stags head within Greek key border, 111 cm x 69 cm, pr...

* Glove Stretchers. Pair of Victorian glove stretchers, finely carved with holly leaves and berries, non-spring operated 26.5cm long together with...

* After John Henning (1771-1851). Parthenon Frieze, early-mid 20th century, copper electrotype relief panel, with 2 hanging chains on verso, 33.9 ...

* Icon. Greek travelling icon circa 1900, the five fold icon with panels representing various saints, embellished with red and green cabochons and...

* Knife Box. Pair of George III mahogany knife boxes (converted to stationery boxes), the serpentine boxes with sloping lids enclosing divisional ...

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