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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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  • 09:00 BST - 18:00 BST
  • 08:00 BST - 09:25 BST
Leyburn, North Yorkshire

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  • Leyburn
  • North Yorkshire
  • DL8 5SG
  • United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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...

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

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

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, ...

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

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...

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

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...

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

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

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...

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...

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

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...

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

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

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

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 ...

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

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

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

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

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

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

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...

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...

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

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...

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...

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

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

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...

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...

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...

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

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

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...

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...

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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