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- St. John's Street
- West Sussex
- PO19 1XQ
- United Kingdom
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A William IV silver four piece teaset, by Richard William Atkins & William Nathaniel Somersal, London 1831, having floral finials and gilt interio...
An Arts & Crafts hammered white metal sauce tureen and ladle, having rabbit and pheasant finials, 19.5cm wide, 438g.
A Victorian silver three piece teaset, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co (William Gibson & John Lawrence Langman), London 1891, having pierced galle...
A silver sauce boat, by Carrington & Co, London 1936, 9cm high, 139g.
A Scandinavian Art Deco style three piece teaset, stamped .925, 977g all in.
A pair of Victorian pierced silver asparagus tongs, by H J Lias & Son, London 1875, 22.5cm long, 177g.
An Edwardian silver swing handled sweetmeat dish, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Ltd, London 1908, 16cm wide, 266g, (a.f).
A George III silver condiment stand ,probably by William Abdy II , London 1799, 25cm high, (one bottle deficient).
A silver sugar caster, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1961, 17.5cm high, 218g.
A silver Christening mug, by Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1911, gilt lined, 9cm high, 199g.
A silver sugar caster, by Alexander Clark & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1927, 19cm high, 168g.
A Victorian pierced silver drum mustard, by Richard Pearce & George Burrows, London 1850, 110.5g
A silver sugar caster, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1914, 15cm high, 156g.
A silver twin handled rose bowl, makers mark indistinct, Birmingham 1914, inscribed 'Bosham & Chidham Horticultural Society', on stand, 18cm high,...
An impressive and unusually heavy 19th century Chinese export white metal teapot, by Yatshing, Canton 1820-50, having ivory insulators, 15.5cm hig...
A silver salver, by George Edward & Sons, London 1919, 31cm diameter, 853g.
A large Continental embossed .900 ewer and stand, by B U, 39cm high, 1574g.
A Persian white metal rose water dropper, highly decorated birds and foliage, 19cm.
A Chinese white metal 'Shanghai Volunteer Corps' rifle shooting trophy cup, by Luen Wo, inscribed for 1912, 16cm high, 175g.
A George III silver wine funnel, probably by Peter & William Bateman, London 1807, 13cm high, 85g.
A silver milk jug and sugar bowl, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1933, 248g.
A George III silver hot water jug, by John Eames, London 1805, having acorn finial, 22cm high, 651.5g all in.
An Edwardian silver teapot, by Marston & Bayliss, Birmingham 1903, 423g all in.
A sterling silver filled roundel of 'The Chellini Madonna' after Donatello, reproduced by The Pobjoy Mint, London 1976, 27cm diameter.
A silver card tray, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Ltd, Sheffield 1923, 15.5cm diameter, 226g.
An Arts & Crafts sterling silver three piece teaset, having niello plaque decoration, 980g all in.
A cased Continental silver plated ornate straining ladle, having gilt bowl, 15cm long,
A cased pair of silver gilt apostle spoons, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1911. 19cm, 143g.
A cased set of six sterling gilt and coloured enamel coffee spoons, by David Anderson, Oslo 1925 - to date.
A cased set of six silver and enamel coffee spoons, by Liberty & Co, Birmingham 1934, 54g all in.
A cased silver three piece condiment set, by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London 1962, 325g
A cased set of six silver gilt and enamel coffee spoons, by Turner & Simpson, Birmingham 1928; together with another cased set of silver coffee sp...
A George IV silver caddy spoon, by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1825; together with two others.
A repousse silver sugar bowl, London marks indistinct, 5.5cm high, 74.5g.
A stirling silver oil dropper, by Tiffany, 9cm high; together with a small German .885 goblet.
A pair of Victorian repousse silver salts, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1896, 257g.
A Victorian silver mounted crumb brush, by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings, Chester 1892, the handle depicting a cloven hoo...
A Dutch white metal repousse snuff box, 6cm wide.
An engine turned silver combination cigarette case and lighter, by Asprey & Co, London 1932, inscribed in yellow metal 'Lamh Dearg Eirin' , 11 x ...
An Edwardian silver tobacco box, by Colen Hewer Cheshire, Chester 1906; together with two silver cigarette cases, etc, 229g.
Four various silver pepperettes, marks indistinct, 209g.
A pair of silver mustards, by Horace Woodward & Co Ltd , London 1910, 227g.
A small parcel of silver items, to include: a cream jug; a circular frame; four teaspoons etc, 193g weighable.
A George III embossed silver pepperette, by John Delmester, London 1761, 11cm; together with a silver mustard pot, 131.5g.
A small group of silver items, to include: an Edwardian silver mustard; a Georgian caddy spoon; and a mother of pearl silver bladed fruit knife, e...
A Scottish silver napkin holder, by Francis Howard Ltd, Edinburgh 1958; together with three pairs of silver sugar tongs; and five other napkin rin...
A Norwegian .830 silver and gilt decorative spoon, by Henrik Moller, Trondheim, 21.5cm, 98g.
An Irish George IV silver berry spoon, Dublin 1824, the handle highly chased, 55g.
A set of six George III silver Old English pattern dessert spoons, by Solomon Hougham, London 1800, 227g.
A pair of Victorian silver and gilt apostle serving spoons, by Sibray, Hall & Co (Job Frank Hall), London 1893, 145.5g.
A pair of George IV silver Queens pattern basting spoons, by James Bell, Newcastle 1831, 30cm, 246.5g.
A Danish white metal serving spoon, by Peter R Hinnerup, assayed Copenhagen 1863; together with a similar Art Deco example, etc, 155g. (3)
A pair of Edwardian silver salad servers, byMappin & Webb Ltd, Sheffield 1902, 30.5cm, 214g
A Danish white metal basting spoon, by Peter R Hinnerup, assayed Copenhagen 1863, 40cm long, 243g.
A pair of Scottish George III silver sugar tongs, by David McDonald, Glasgow 1825; and a small quantity of spoons etc, 133g weighable.
A Victorian silver handled ivory page turner, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1899, 44cm; together with an Edwardian silver magnifying glass mounted...
A quantity of Georgian and later silver flatware, various makers and dates, 1230g.
*WITHDRAWN FROM SALE* A quantity of Continental white metal flatware, to include some Austrian and French examples, etc, 2768g.