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Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale

Sworders Live Webcast Auction 03 Dec 2019 10:00 GMT (2 day sale)

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  • Lots: 600 to 947

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  • 09:00 GMT - 17:00 GMT
  • 10:00 GMT - 13:00 GMT
  • 09:00 GMT - 17:00 GMT
  • 09:00 GMT - 10:00 GMT
  • 09:00 GMT - 10:00 GMT
  • Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex
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  • Cambridge Road
  • Stansted Mountfitchet
  • Essex
  • CM24 8GE
  • United Kingdom

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Currency: GBP
Buyer's premium inc. VAT/sales tax: 27.60%
Online commission inc. VAT/sales tax: 5.94%

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There are 841 item(s) within this sale
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A George I Scottish silver quaich,

Lot 1

A George I Scottish silver quaich, K M, assay master Edward Penman, Edinburgh 1717-1718, the circular bowl engraved with stave lines and handles t...

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A William and Mary silver tankard,

Lot 3

A William and Mary silver tankard, by Timothy Ley, mark entered 1697, with flat top, later embossed hunting decoration and foliate border enclosin...

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A pair of George III silver mugs

Lot 4

A pair of George III silver mugs, by William Bateman, London 1818, of barrel form, with banded decoration and engraved ciphers, 11.5cm high, 22.4o...

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A George III silver tankard,

Lot 5

A George III silver tankard, maker's mark RP possibly for Robert Piercy or Richard Parr, London 1788, with a dome topped lid, engraved cipher, pie...

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A George III silver tankard,

Lot 6

A George III silver tankard, maker's mark rubbed, London 1782, of plain tapering form, with scrolled and leaf cast thumbpiece of a heart terminal,...

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A pair of silver tapersticks,

Lot 7

A pair of silver tapersticks, partial maker mark 'Lo', early 18th century, possible Britannia mark, initialled to underside base 'TT', knopped ste...

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A silver-mounted coconut cup,

Lot 8

A silver-mounted coconut cup, 18th century, carved with repeat geometric designs, raised on three claw and ball feet, 15cm high, together with a l...

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A pair of George I Britannia standard silver candlesticks,

Lot 9

A pair of George I Britannia standard silver candlesticks, William Lukin, London 1719, each with a faceted knopped baluster stem, marked to the un...

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A Charles I West Country provincial silver seal-top spoon,

Lot 10

A Charles I West Country provincial silver seal-top spoon, by George Batter, Salisbury, c 1630, prick dot initialled 'AB' over 'AK' dated 1632, 16...

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A silver gilt flying trophy 'The King's Cup'

Lot 11

A silver gilt flying trophy 'The King's Cup', Henry Hodson Plante, London,1934, of twin-handled urn form, the domed top with flower bud finial ove...

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A George III silver caddy spoon,

Lot 12

A George III silver caddy spoon, Duncan Urquhart and Naptali Hart, London 1797, with a pierced bowl and bright cut decoration, together with a sec...

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A silver gilt caddy spoon,

Lot 13

A silver gilt caddy spoon , by FW, Birmingham, date letter rubbed, the leaf moulded bowl with ring handle, together with a further similar, with p...

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A George III silver caddy shovel,

Lot 14

A George III silver caddy shovel, Willmore & Alston, London 1802, another, John Turner, London 1807, a third with pierced bowl, by Cocks & Bettrid...

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A George III silver caddy spoon,

Lot 15

A George III silver caddy spoon, George Smith, London 1796, together with another similar, maker's mark rubbed, London 1787 , initialled 'P' to th...

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A George III silver caddy spoon,

Lot 16

A George III silver caddy spoon , John Turner Birmingham 1801 , with a lobed bowl and bright cut decoration, together with a further similar, Birm...

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A George III silver caddy spoon,

Lot 17

A George III silver caddy spoon , London 1802, marked IB, with fruit moulded bowl, together with a second, Thomas Wallis II, London 1809 , with a ...

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A George III silver caddy spoon,

Lot 18

A George III silver caddy spoon , Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1805, together with two further silver filigree caddy spoons , unmarked (3)

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A George III silver 'jockey cap' caddy spoon,

Lot 19

A George III silver 'jockey cap' caddy spoon, by IT, Birmingham 1798 , with filligree peak and lace, together with a second jockey cap caddy spoon...

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A George III silver leaf-shaped caddy spoon,

Lot 20

A George III silver leaf-shaped caddy spoon, by Ed. Jay, London 1804, together with a second caddy spoon , possibly Continental, the shell moulded...

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A silver caddy spoon,

Lot 21

A silver caddy spoon, Hester Bateman, London 1788, with shell moulded bowl and bright cut decoration, together with a further similar spoon, Thoma...

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A George III silver caddy spoon,

Lot 22

A George III silver caddy spoon , Wardell & Kempson, Birmingham 1818, with feather cast bowl and coiled handle, together with a further similar by...

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A George IV silver caddy spoon

Lot 23

A George IV silver caddy spoon, by GF, Exeter 1825, with scalloped bowl, monogrammed, together with a second , John Bettridge, Birmingham, 1823, a...

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A Victorian silver caddy spoon,

Lot 24

A Victorian silver caddy spoon , Aaron Hadfield, Sheffield 1847 , the bowl ornately cast with foliage and flowers, another, George Unite, Birmingh...

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A silver mote spoon,

Lot 25

A silver mote spoon, maker's mark 'RT', early 18th century, the pierced bowl with foliate and cross decoration, inscribed 'SI & EC' with a taperin...

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A George IV silver four piece tea set

Lot 26

A George IV silver four-piece tea set, Charles Reily and George Storer, London 1836, comprising: a teapot of squat circular form, with elaborately...

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A Victorian silver three-piece tea service,

Lot 27

A Victorian silver three-piece tea service, by John Wakefield, London 1846, of panelled shape with engraved floral decoration and cast feet, the p...

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A George IV silver four-piece tea set,

Lot 28

A George IV silver four-piece tea set, maker's mark for Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard I, London 1826, comprising: a teapot, an hot water pot, a...

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A silver coffee pot,

Lot 29

A silver coffee pot, by Joseph Angell II, London 1848, of engraved baluster form, monogrammed 'AVC', with a melon finial, on a plain foot, engrave...

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A silver coffee pot,

Lot 30

A silver coffee pot, by Thomas White, London 1886, of plain tapering form, engraved both sides with ribbons and medallions, one side crested 'CERT...

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A silver coffee pot,

Lot 31

A silver coffee pot, by Edward Hutton, London 1893, of baluster form with a reeded body, a domed cover, with a wood finial and handle, 27.5cm high...

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A George III silver teapot,

Lot 32

A George III silver teapot, by William Burwash and Richard Sibley, London 1811, squat form with snake form handle supports, 15.5cm high, 23 ozt, t...

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A George II silver hot water pot,

Lot 33

A George II silver hot water pot, possibly John Wingman, London 1750, of baluster form, with a moulded spout, on a circlular foot, 17.5cm high,16 ...

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A George III silver coffee pot,

Lot 34

A George III silver coffee pot, Charles Wright, London 1772, with a plain baluster body, a leaf base spout and a domed cover with flame finial, cr...

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A matched pair of silver tazza,

Lot 35

A matched pair of silver tazza John Round & Sons Ltd., Sheffield 1886 and 1890, each with mask cast handles to either side of the oval body, with ...

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A pair of Victorian silver-plated and glass tazzas,

Lot 36

A pair of Victorian silver-plated and glass tazzas, c.1880, the dished glass tops on putti-mounted supports and lobed circular spreading bases wit...

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A Victorian silver punch bowl,

Lot 37

A Victorian silver punch bowl, Mappin & Webb, London 1895, the circular bowl with 'C' scroll and foliate repoussé decoration on a swept circular f...

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A pair of George lll Adam design silver candlesticks

Lot 38

A pair of George lll Adam design silver candlesticks, by Robert Jones and John Scofield, London 1776, with detachable sconces and square bases, 31...

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A pair of modern silver candlesticks,

Lot 39

A pair of modern silver candlesticks, by PJS, London 1968, with detachable sconces on panelled swelling stems and weighted oval bases with Hebrew ...

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A silver desk stand,

Lot 40

A silver desk stand, Goldsmiths' & Silversmiths' Company, London 1932-33, the rectangular body on a twin hinged top, one inscribed 'Presented to H...

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A large sterling silver wine cooler,

Lot 41

A large sterling silver wine cooler , 19th century, later marked Edinburgh Assay Office, 2007, decorated with fruiting vine and with a looped hand...

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A pair of George III silver wine coasters,

Lot 42

A pair of George III silver wine coasters, incuse 'TN' maker's mark, London 1768, with a shaped border over pierced foliate decoration, engraved c...

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A pair of George III wine coasters,

Lot 43

A pair of George III wine coasters, by William Plummer, London 1783, with pierced decoration and turned wooden bases, 12cm diameter (2)

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A George II silver dredger,

Lot 45

A George II silver dredger , London 1751, of baluster form, 11cm high, a small silver basket , London 1796, a George III cream jug , London 1776, ...

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A novelty silver cruet set,

Lot 46

A novelty silver cruet set, Perry, Glossop & Co., Sheffield 1996, the components in the form of farming implements, mounted on a circular tray, 11...

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A pair of 18th century possibly Irish silver sugar nips,

Lot 47

A pair of 18th century possibly Irish silver sugar nips , 18th century, with shell moulded ends and scratched initials 'E.R.', marks rubbed , 11.5...

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A pair of Irish silver sugar nips,

Lot 48

A pair of Irish silver sugar nips , Dublin, 18th/early 19th century , with scrolled detail and pointed bowls, engraved 'W', maker's mark rubbed , ...

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A pair of silver sugar tongs,

Lot 49

A pair of silver sugar tongs , 18th century, probably by John Schofield, London, with pierced scrolling arms and shell-shaped bowls, 13.5cm long, ...

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A pair of silver sugar tongs,

Lot 50

A pair of silver sugar tongs , 18th century, possibly John Luff, London, of scrolling outline and with shell-shaped bowls, initialled 'EAS', 11.5c...

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A pair of silver sugar nips,

Lot 51

A pair of silver sugar nips , 18th century, Richard Mills, London, of scrolling form, with shell-shaped bowls, initialled 'AP', 11cm long, and two...

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A pair of silver sugar nips,

Lot 52

A pair of silver sugar nips , 18th century, of scrolling form, the hinge initialled 'EF', with shell-shaped bowls, marked 'GN', 11cm long, and two...

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A George I silver snuffbox,

Lot 53

A George I silver snuffbox, by Pierre Harche (1), London 1716, the hinged cover engraved '1717' over initials, edged with a stiff leaf border, 5.5...

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A George III silver snuffer stand,

Lot 54

A George III silver snuffer stand, maker's mark 'WT', London 1853, 19.5cm long, together with a matched pair of snuffers, by Wilkes Booth(?), Lond...

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A well modelled silver-plated harness racing trophy,

Lot 55

A well modelled silver-plated harness racing trophy, c.1929, in the form of a sulky cart and driver, on a naturalistic base signed 'W Zurick', and...

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A German singing bird in a box,

Lot 56

A German singing bird in a box , probably by Griesbaum, c.1920, the single rotating bird with flapping wings within a silver cage embossed with a ...

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A silver trophy in the form of a horse head,

Lot 57

A silvered trophy in the form of a horse head, by G S, Sheffield 1999, silver cast over a resin core, 19cm high overall, boxed

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A silver table centrepiece,

Lot 58

A silver table centrepiece, by Charles Boyton, London, 1937, of three greyhounds on an integral circular ebonised base, 22cm diameter

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A white metal besamim holder in the form of an articulated fish,

Lot 59

A white metal besamim holder in the form of an articulated fish, probably 19th century, unmarked, the head hinged at the neck and with reverse pai...

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A pair of silver pheasants,

Lot 60

A pair of silver pheasants, by Garrard and Co., London 1968, 23.5 and 25cm long, 26ozt (2)

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A pair of silver-plated cruets in the form of goats,

Lot 61

A pair of silver-plated cruets in the form of goats, each with a pair of panniers, one salts, the other mustard, on rectangular naturalistic mound...

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