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Country House Sale - Part 1

Tennants Auctioneers For recommended carriers please refer to the Important Information Live Webcast Auction 13 Sep 2019 09:30 BST

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Leyburn, North Yorkshire

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A French Silver-Plated Table-Service, by Christofle, Late 20th Century, Spatours pattern,

Lot 1

A French Silver-Plated Table-Service, by Christofle, Late 20th Century, Spatours pattern, comprising: 9 table-spoons 9 table-forks 9...

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A Silvered Metal Double Photograph-Frame, Apparently Unmarked, 20th century, oblong, the mounts

Lot 2

A Silvered Metal Double Photograph-Frame, Apparently Unmarked, 20th century, oblong, the mounts chased with a winged figure and two putto, all wit...

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A Pair of Old Sheffield Plate Three-Light Candelabra, by Matthew Boulton, First Half 19th Century,

Lot 3

A Pair of Old Sheffield Plate Three-Light Candelabra, by Matthew Boulton, First Half 19th Century, each on circular base with gadrooned band, the ...

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A Pair of Silver-Plated Three-Light Candelabra, 19th Century, on circular base with fruiting

Lot 4

A Pair of Silver-Plated Three-Light Candelabra, 19th Century, on circular base with fruiting grapevine heightened gadrooned border, the tapering s...

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An Old Sheffield Plate Wine-Cooler, Collar and Liner, Apparently Unmarked, circa 1820, campana-

Lot 5

An Old Sheffield Plate Wine-Cooler, Collar and Liner, Apparently Unmarked, circa 1820, campana-shaped, the lower body decorated with foliage, with...

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A Victorian Silver-Plated Tray, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, Late 19th century, oblong and with

Lot 6

A Victorian Silver-Plated Tray, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, Late 19th century, oblong and with foliage and shell heightened gadrooned border, en...

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A Victorian Parcel-Gilt Silver-Plated Rosewater Dish or Charger, by Elkington, Late 19th Century,

Lot 7

A Victorian Parcel-Gilt Silver-Plated Rosewater Dish or Charger, by Elkington, Late 19th Century, With Design Registration Mark For 5th October 1...

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An Edward VII Silver-Plated Choral Shield, by Elkington, Dated 1908, the oak support with easel back

Lot 9

An Edward VII Silver-Plated Choral Shield, by Elkington, Dated 1908, the oak support with easel back and applied with a silver-plated plaque forme...

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An Edward VII Silver and Silver-Plated Mounted Choral Shield, by The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co.

Lot 10

An Edward VII Silver and Silver-Plated Mounted Choral Shield, by The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co. Ltd., Dated 1906, the Silver Plaque Hallmarke...

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A Set of Six George I Provincial Silver Dessert-Spoons, by Pentecost Symonds, Exeter, 1721,

Lot 11

A Set of Six George I Provincial Silver Dessert-Spoons, by Pentecost Symonds, Exeter, 1721, Britannia Standard, Hanoverian pattern with rat-tail, ...

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A Pair of George II Silver Salt-Cellars and An Elizabeth II Silver Mustard-Pot, The Salt-Cellars

Lot 12

A Pair of George II Silver Salt-Cellars and An Elizabeth II Silver Mustard-Pot, The Salt-Cellars With Unregistered Maker's Mark IW, London, 1749, ...

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A George III Silver Mug, Makers Mark Rubbed ?*W, London 1765, plain tapering with reeded girdle,

Lot 13

A George III Silver Mug, Makers Mark Rubbed ?*W, London 1765, plain tapering with reeded girdle, scroll handle with heart shaped terminal, engrave...

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A George III Silver Waiter, by John Carter, London, 1771, shaped circular and with gadrooned rim, on

Lot 14

A George III Silver Waiter, by John Carter, London, 1771, shaped circular and with gadrooned rim, on three scroll feet, later engraved with a cres...

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A George III Silver Straining-Spoon, by George Smith and William Fearn, London, 1793, Old English

Lot 15

A George III Silver Straining-Spoon, by George Smith and William Fearn, London, 1793, Old English Thread pattern, engraved with initials, 30cm lon...

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A Set of Three George III Irish Silver Wine-Labels, by John Le Bass, Dublin, 1812, engraved for '

Lot 16

A Set of Three George III Irish Silver Wine-Labels, by John Le Bass, Dublin, 1812, engraved for 'Claret', 'Madeira' and 'Sherry', Together With: T...

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A Rare Pair of George III Silver Teaspoons, by William Darby, Sheffield, 1785, Stamped 'Patent',

Lot 17

A Rare Pair of George III Silver Teaspoons, by William Darby, Sheffield, 1785, Stamped 'Patent', each Old English pattern, engraved with initials ...

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An Edward VII Silver-Gilt and Enamel Presentation Key, by Fattorini and Sons Ltd., Birmingham, 1905,

Lot 18

An Edward VII Silver-Gilt and Enamel Presentation Key, by Fattorini and Sons Ltd., Birmingham, 1905, the quatrefoil shaped terminal applied with a...

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An Irish Masonic Past Master's Jewel, maker's mark GAG incuse, Dublin, 1946, formed as a square

Lot 19

An Irish Masonic Past Master's Jewel, maker's mark GAG incuse, Dublin, 1946, formed as a square and compass centring the initial 'G', the square a...

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A George V Gold Match-Box Case, by Adie Brothers, Birmingham, 1929, 9ct, oblong, the base and hinged

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A George V Gold Match-Box Case, by Adie Brothers, Birmingham, 1929, 9ct, oblong, the base and hinged cover each with engine-turned decoration, the...

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A George III Silver Apple-Corer, by Thomas Phipps and Edward Robinson, London, 1793, of typical

Lot 21

A George III Silver Apple-Corer, by Thomas Phipps and Edward Robinson, London, 1793, of typical form, the handle engraved with initials, 13cm long...

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A George III Silver Game-Hook, Apparently Unmarked, Circa 1800, with a reeded barrel with suspension

Lot 22

A George III Silver Game-Hook, Apparently Unmarked, Circa 1800, with a reeded barrel with suspension loops top and bottom, the bottom loop with tw...

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A Set of Six George III Scottish Silver Teaspoons, by Robert Gray and Sons, Edinburgh, 1816,

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A Set of Six George III Scottish Silver Teaspoons, by Robert Gray and Sons, Edinburgh, 1816, Single Struck King's Pattern with Shoulders, engraved...

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A Collection of Scottish and Scottish Provincial Silver Flatware, comprising: a pair of sugar-tongs,

Lot 24

A Collection of Scottish and Scottish Provincial Silver Flatware, comprising: a pair of sugar-tongs, maker's mark rubbed, probably Alexander Zeigl...

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A George III Silver Teapot, by William Bennett, London, 1807, shaped part-fluted oblong, with wood

Lot 25

A George III Silver Teapot, by William Bennett, London, 1807, shaped part-fluted oblong, with wood handle, engraved with a crest , 28cm long, 20oz...

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A George III Silver Six Bottle Cruet, Maker's Mark IT, Possibly for John Touliet, London, 1791,

Lot 26

A George III Silver Six Bottle Cruet, Maker's Mark IT, Possibly for John Touliet, London, 1791, the stand oval and with reeded border and on four ...

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A Collection of George III and George IV Silver Flatware, Old English pattern, engraved with an

Lot 27

A Collection of George III and George IV Silver Flatware, Old English pattern, engraved with an initial, comprising: 5 table-forks and a dessert-...

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A George III Silver Teapot-Stand, by William Bennett, London, 1815, oblong and on four panel feet,

Lot 28

A George III Silver Teapot-Stand, by William Bennett, London, 1815, oblong and on four panel feet, with gadrooned border, engraved with initials, ...

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A George III Silver Chamber-Candlestick, by Henry Chawner and John Emes, London, 1797, circular

Lot 29

A George III Silver Chamber-Candlestick, by Henry Chawner and John Emes, London, 1797, circular and with reeded rim, with detachable socket and co...

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A Collection of George III and Later Silver Flatware, Fiddle pattern, most pieces engraved with

Lot 30

A Collection of George III and Later Silver Flatware, Fiddle pattern, most pieces engraved with various initials or crests, comprising: 3 table-sp...

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Two George III Silver Fish-Slices, one by William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner, London,

Lot 31

Two George III Silver Fish-Slices, one by William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner, London, 1808, The Other by William Chawner, London, 181...

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A Collection of Fiddle Pattern Flatware, comprising: 6 dessert-forks, engraved with a crest, by John

Lot 32

A Collection of Fiddle Pattern Flatware, comprising: 6 dessert-forks, engraved with a crest, by John Walton, Newcastle, 1827; a pair of table-spoo...

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A Set of Seven Silver Table-Forks, Marked Indistinctly, Old English Thread and Drop pattern,

Lot 33

A Set of Seven Silver Table-Forks, Marked Indistinctly, Old English Thread and Drop pattern, Together With: A Set of Six George III Silver Table-F...

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A Group of Ten Silver or Silver-Mounted Serving-Pieces, comprising: five various George III and

Lot 34

A Group of Ten Silver or Silver-Mounted Serving-Pieces, comprising: five various George III and later toddy-ladles, each with twisted whale bone h...

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A George III Silver Mug, maker's mark ?B, London, 1812, tapering cylindrical and with reeded

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A George III Silver Mug, maker's mark ?B, London, 1812, tapering cylindrical and with reeded bands, Together With: A Victorian Silver Sugar Bowl, ...

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A George III Silver Sauce-Tureen and Cover, by Abstainando King, London, 1802, boat-shaped and on

Lot 36

A George III Silver Sauce-Tureen and Cover, by Abstainando King, London, 1802, boat-shaped and on spreading foot, with two scroll handles, the det...

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A Pair of George III Silver Spectacles, maker's mark IS incuse, London, 1792, with oval lenses and

Lot 37

A Pair of George III Silver Spectacles, maker's mark IS incuse, London, 1792, with oval lenses and double hinged Ayscough-type arms, engraved with...

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A George III Silver Chamber-Candlestick, by Robert Hennell, London, 1784, circular and with beaded

Lot 38

A George III Silver Chamber-Candlestick, by Robert Hennell, London, 1784, circular and with beaded rim, the central socket with detachable nozzle ...

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A Collection of George III, George IV, William IV and Victorian Silver Flatware, Fiddle pattern,

Lot 39

A Collection of George III, George IV, William IV and Victorian Silver Flatware, Fiddle pattern, engraved with initials, comprising: 11 table-for...

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A George IV Silver Part Table-Service, by Thomas Wilkes Barker, London, 1825, Queen's pattern with

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A George IV Silver Part Table-Service, by Thomas Wilkes Barker, London, 1825, Queen's pattern with husk heel, later engraved with initial 'B', com...

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A George IV Irish Silver Soup-Ladle, by William Cummins, Dublin, 1826, Fiddle pattern, with rat

Lot 41

A George IV Irish Silver Soup-Ladle, by William Cummins, Dublin, 1826, Fiddle pattern, with rat tail, 34cm long, 9ozFully marked on back of handle...

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A George IV Silver Toast-Rack, by Thomas and John Settle, Sheffield, 1820, the seven bars on scroll,

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A George IV Silver Toast-Rack, by Thomas and John Settle, Sheffield, 1820, the seven bars on scroll, shell and flowerhead cast base, with four lio...

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A William IV Silver Toast-Rack, Maker's Mark Worn, Possibly Reily and Storer, London, 1837,

Lot 43

A William IV Silver Toast-Rack, Maker's Mark Worn, Possibly Reily and Storer, London, 1837, rounded rectangular with seven bars and central loop ...

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A Pair of George IV Silver Candlesticks, by Waterhouse, Hodson and Co., Sheffield, 1822, each on

Lot 44

A Pair of George IV Silver Candlesticks, by Waterhouse, Hodson and Co., Sheffield, 1822, each on spreading gadrooned base, the tapering stem termi...

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A Victorian Silver Salver, by John Samuel Hunt, London, 1854, shaped circular and with scroll and

Lot 45

A Victorian Silver Salver, by John Samuel Hunt, London, 1854, shaped circular and with scroll and shell rim, chased with a border of meandering fo...

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A Victorian Parcel-Gilt Silver Bowl and Spoon, Glasgow, 1873, The Bowl by Edward and Sons, The Spoon

Lot 46

A Victorian Parcel-Gilt Silver Bowl and Spoon, Glasgow, 1873, The Bowl by Edward and Sons, The Spoon With Differing Indistinct Maker's Mark, the b...

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A Victorian Silver-Mounted Engraved-Glass Claret-Jug, Maker's Mark Rubbed, Possibly HM for Henry

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A Victorian Silver-Mounted Engraved-Glass Claret-Jug, Maker's Mark Rubbed, Possibly HM for Henry Manton, Birmingham, 1860, compressed circular and...

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A Victorian Silver Fish-Slice, by John Gammage, Birmingham, 1883, Fiddle pattern, Together With: A

Lot 48

A Victorian Silver Fish-Slice, by John Gammage, Birmingham, 1883, Fiddle pattern, Together With: A set of Twelve Victorian Silver Teaspoons, Alber...

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A Victorian Silver Part Table-Service, by John James Whiting, London, 1843, 1844, 1854 and 1855,

Lot 49

A Victorian Silver Part Table-Service, by John James Whiting, London, 1843, 1844, 1854 and 1855, Single-Struck Albert pattern, engraved with initi...

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A Victorian Silver and Tortoiseshell Candlestick, by J. Batson and Son, London, 1899, the pierced

Lot 50

A Victorian Silver and Tortoiseshell Candlestick, by J. Batson and Son, London, 1899, the pierced tapering stem on square base with foliate border...

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A Victorian and Later Silver Part Table-Service, various dates and makers, mostly 20th Century,

Lot 51

A Victorian and Later Silver Part Table-Service, various dates and makers, mostly 20th Century, King's pattern, some pieces engraved with an initi...

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A Victorian Silver Part Table-Service, by Frederick Elkington, London, 1893, King's pattern,

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A Victorian Silver Part Table-Service, by Frederick Elkington, London, 1893, King's pattern, engraved with an initial, comprising: 7 table-spoons ...

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A Victorian Silver Porringer, by Gibson and Langman, London, 1898, Britannia Standard, in the late

Lot 53

A Victorian Silver Porringer, by Gibson and Langman, London, 1898, Britannia Standard, in the late 17th century style, tapering cylindrical and wi...

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Four Victorian Silver Candlesticks, Three by William Gibson and John Langman, Two Sheffield, 1897,

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Four Victorian Silver Candlesticks, Three by William Gibson and John Langman, Two Sheffield, 1897, One London, 1898, the Fourth by Hawkesworth, Ey...

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An Victorian Silver Table Service, mostly by George Adam, London, 1844, King's pattern,

Lot 55

An Victorian Silver Table Service, mostly by George Adam, London, 1844, King's pattern, comprising: 16 table-forks ...

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A Victorian Scottish Silver Tea-Caddy, by Hamilton and Inches, Edinburgh, 1898, with hinged cover

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A Victorian Scottish Silver Tea-Caddy, by Hamilton and Inches, Edinburgh, 1898, with hinged cover and on four ball feet; A Scottish Silver Mounted...

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A Pair of Victorian Silver Candlesticks, by James Dixon and Son, Sheffield, 1900, the square bases

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A Pair of Victorian Silver Candlesticks, by James Dixon and Son, Sheffield, 1900, the square bases with scrolling bell flower decoration and bead ...

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A Victorian Silver Pedestal Bowl, by Elkington and Co., Birmingham, 1897, with shaped circular

Lot 58

A Victorian Silver Pedestal Bowl, by Elkington and Co., Birmingham, 1897, with shaped circular bowl and trumpet foot, the interior of the bowl gil...

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A Victorian Silver Waiter, by Henry Holland, London, 1873, circular and with beaded border, on three

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A Victorian Silver Waiter, by Henry Holland, London, 1873, circular and with beaded border, on three ball and claw feet, engraved with foliage, To...

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A Pair of Victorian Silver Candlesticks, by Hawksworth, Eyre and Co, Sheffield, 1899, spirally-

Lot 60

A Pair of Victorian Silver Candlesticks, by Hawksworth, Eyre and Co, Sheffield, 1899, spirally-fluted and with bead borders and detachable nozzle,...

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An Unusual Victorian Silver Combination Dressing-Table and Hand-Mirror, maker's mark SJ, probably

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An Unusual Victorian Silver Combination Dressing-Table and Hand-Mirror, maker's mark SJ, probably for Samuel Jacob, London, 1896, with pierced sur...

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