The October Fine Art & Antique Auction

The October Fine Art & Antique Auction

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room Whitchurch, Shropshire

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The October Fine Art & Antique Auction

The October Fine Art & Antique Auction

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  • 09:30 BST - 17:00 BST

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Eleven Hanoverian pattern silver teaspoons by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1948, each 10.5cm long, together with a late 18th century silv...

An Edwardian silver cut glass inkwell by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1904, the octagonal base with pierced scrolling borders raised on four feet...

A sterling silver minaudiere by Webster Company, of rectangular form with engine turned decoration to cover, push button release opening to reveal...

A selection of silver and silver plated dressing tableware, including; an Edwardian silver topped dressing table jar by James Deakin & Sons, Chest...

A pair of Edwardian silver Dutch-style spoons by Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1906-7, each with gilt bowls and cast handles and female fig...

An early 20th century mahogany canteen manufactured by Walker & Hall, of rectangular form with inlaid decoration to top and doors, opening to reve...

A selection of silver dressing tableware and accessories, to include; a silver jewellery dish in the form of a lilypad, stamped 'STERLING SILVER',...

A silver mounted Art Nouveau style photograph frame, John Bull Ltd, London 1990, of rectangular form surmounted by a vacant cartouche, with emboss...

A selection of dressing tableware and accessories, to include; an Edwardian silver mounted cut glass pin box, Chester 1908 (maker's marks worn), t...

A selection of silver and silver coloured cutlery, to include; a Victorian fiddle pattern silver sauce ladle, Thomas Whitaker, London 1847, 16cm l...

A four-piece silver backed dressing table set, W I Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1983, comprising hand held mirror, 23.2cm long, a hairbrush, 22cm lon...

A selection of silver plated and EPNS tabeware, to include: a pair of faceted sauce boats with scrolling handles, each 20cm long, a sauce boat wit...

Two George V silver sauce boats, retailed by Lowes, Chester 1934, one marked for Stokes & Ireland Ltd, the other for S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, each...

A George III silver sauce boat, marks for London 1761 (maker's marks worn), of typical form with waved gadroon border, acanthus capped scroll hand...

A pair of Edwardian silver six-division toast racks, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1903-1906, each of rounded rectangular form with ar...

A Victorian silver six-division toast rack, Henry Wilkinson & Co, London 1893, the shaped base with graduated arched bars and loop handle raised o...

A silver lobed presentation bowl, Barker Ellis Silver Co, Birmingham 1968, of circular form with shaped border, gilt interior, inscription to cent...

A George II silver sauce boat, Isaac Cookson, Newcastle 1752, of typical form with scalloped border, acanthus capped scroll handle and three shell...

A pair of Victorian silver fiddle pattern serving spoons, Reid & Sons, Newcastle 1871, each thumbpiece engraved with a crest depicting a stag in f...

A set of six George III Old English pattern spoons, John Langlands I & John Robertson I, Newcastle circa 1785, the handles with gadrooned borders,...

A matched set of six Georgian Old English silver spoons, including four marked for Solomon Hougham, London 1802, one marked Thomas Wallis II, Lond...

A George II silver sugar caster, Samuel Wood, London 1741, of baluster form on circular foot with pierced pull off cover, 18.3cm long, weight 7.70...

A set of six George III Old English pattern silver tablespoons, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1804, each 21.3cm long, gross weight 11.25 oz...

A George III silver teapot stand, marked ?IT? (possibly John Tatum I), London 1790, of oval form with reeded border raised on four pad feet, heral...

A George III silver marrow scoop by John Lambe, London 1778, the handle with gadroon border, engraved initials to reverse of bowl ?I.C.W?, 21.2cm ...

A George II silver sauce boat, London 1744 (maker?s marks worn), of typical form with scalloped border, acanthus capped scroll handle and three pa...

A pair of George III open silver salts, Robert Hennell I, London 1773, each of circular form on three pad feet, each 6.5cm diameter, together with...

A George II silver muffineer, Samuel Welder, London 1731, of baluster form on raised circular foot with pierced pull-off cover, 8.9cm high, weight...

A George II silver milk jug, possibly John Kirkup, Newcastle 1748, of baluster form with shaped rim, scrolling handle on three shell-capped paw fe...

A pair of George III Old English pattern silver tablespoons, Duncan Urquhart & Naphtali Hart, London 1806, each with monogrammed initials to thumb...

A selection of George III and later silver sauce ladles, to include; pair of George III Old English pattern sauce ladles, Edward Lees, London 1806...

A set of five George IV silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, Thomas Huntington, Newcastle 1821, the thumbpiece engraved with a crest in the form of an...

A selection of George III and later silver, silver coloured and silver plated cutlery, to include: a part set of plated cutlery by Elkington & Co,...

A cased set of six Danish silver and enamelled coffee spoons, each plain polished with guilloche enamel decoration to bowls and handles, stamped ?...

A George I silver porringer, S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1926, 13.3cm wide, together with a silver mug by Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham ...

A set of six George III Old English pattern silver tablespoons, William Sumner & Richard Crossley, London 1779, handles with gadroon borders, each...

Two George V 9ct gold enamelled medallions for the Worcester County Swimming Association, Fattorini & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1934-6, each inscribed ...

A selection of pocket watches and fob medallions, to include; a silver coloured Everite open face pocket watch, 52mm diameter (at fault), together...

A selection of silver mounted and silver coloured tableware and accessories, to include; an Edwardian silver mounted photograph frame by Boots Pur...

A silver mounted glass hunting flask, possibly Thomas Johnson I, (assay and date letter absent), the tapering glass bottle with silver bayonet cla...

A cased George V silver mounted coffee service, John Collard Vickery, Birmingham 1927, comprising six cans and six saucers, raspberry coloured gro...

A selection of silver tableware, to include; a George VI silver wine taster, Emile Viner, Sheffield 1936, 15cm wide, a George V silver bowl, Josep...

A Russian silver gilt coloured glass shell form compact, the white and pink exterior with shell effect decoration and gilt rims, opening to reveal...

A pair of Edwardian silver posy vases, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1906, each of trumpet form with cinquefoil floral rims, circular weighted...

A pair of 19th century Austrian silver candle snuffers, marks for 'AW' 1840, of typical form with cast scrolling handles, 15.7cm long, weight 3.09...

A William IV silver pounce pot, London 1833 (maker's marks worn) of lobed baluster form on raised circular foot, cast foliate border with pierced ...

A Victorian silver milk jug, Richard Pearce & George Burrows, London 1843, of baluster form on four raised shell feet with scrolling handle, chase...

A George V silver tea caddy, William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield 1918, of oval form with waved borders, half-reeded body with floral embossing, vacan...

A George III silver wet mustard pot, London 1813 (maker's mark worn), of squat form on raised reeded foot, gadroon border, hinged cover with facet...

A Victorian silver wet mustard, George John Richards, London 1854, of drum form with scrolling handle, hinged cover with shell thumb piece, chased...

A George III silver wet mustard, possibly Crispin Fuller, London 1823, of compressed circular form on thee ball feet, half-reeded decoration to bo...

A Victorian silver card case by George Unite, Birmingham 1872, of shaped rectangular form, chased geometric decoration, cartouche to centre with m...