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- EX14 1LX
- United Kingdom
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EXETER: A matched set of six silver fiddle pattern teaspoons. By JW. Approx. 139 grams. Est. £25 - £35.
A set of six silver fiddle, thread and shell pattern teaspoons. London. By GA. Approx. 211 grams. Est. £45 - £55.
A group of silver engraved thimbles. Various dates and makers. Approx. 51 grams. Est. £30 - £50.
A boxed set of six silver nail top teaspoons. London. By Mappin & Webb. Approx. 57 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
A boxed set of six silver bean top coffee spoons. Approx. 37 grams. Est. £15 - £20.
HESTER BATEMAN: A rare oval bright cut boat shaped Georgian silver tea caddy with dome top. London 1786. Approx. 293 grams. Est. £1400 - £1800.
EXETER: A large fiddle pattern silver basting spoon. By WRS. Approx. 103 grams. Est. £60 - £80.
A pair of attractive green enamelled hairbrushes with silver mounts. Chester. By Asprey & Co. Approx. 206 grams. Est. £40 - £60.
GEORG JENSEN: A set of four silver mounted knives of typical form with steel blades. Approx. 121 grams. Est. £65 - £75.
GEORG JENSEN: A set of four large silver teaspoons with floral decoration. Approx. 82 grams. Est. £65 - £75.
An unusual Russian silver teaspoon of arrow form. Circa 1880. Approx. 7 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
A good heavy set of six silver handled tea knives. Sheffield. By EK. Approx. 398 grams. Est. £60 - £80.
A square silver chased box. Birmingham 1890. Approx. 18 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
GEORG JENSEN: A stylish silver christening knife and fork with panelled handle. Approx. 67 grams. Est. £50 - £60.
A Georgian silver ladle with fluted bowl. Approx. 40 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
A good 18th Century Hanoverian pattern silver dessert spoon. Approx. 37 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
An early 18th Century silver Hanoverian and rat tail pattern dessert spoon. Approx. 36 grams. Est. £25 - £35.
A good pair of silver dessert spoons. London 1790. By Smith and Fearn. Approx. 72 grams. Est. £25 - £35.
A small silver plated tapering meat skewer. Approx. £10 - £20.
A Continental silver filigree miniature doll's house table on three sweeping supports. Approx. 12 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
A large German silver model of a pheasant in standing position with textured body. Bearing import marks. Circa 1910. Approx. 582 grams. Est. £700 ...
A large circular silver teapot stand attractively decorated with flowers and leaves. London 1831. Approx. 269 grams. Est. £200 - £300.
A good circular silver teapot with beaded decoration and lift-off cover. London 1783. By WB. Approx. 288 grams. Est. £400 - £600.
A tall pair of tapering silver spill vases with BGLs. London. By WA. Approx. 392 grams. Est. £70 - £80.
A good oval Georgian silver bright cut teapot with swirl and leaf decoration. London 1803. By AB&GB. Approx. 397 grams. Est. £200 - £300.
A tall Georgian silver rimmed tapering horn beaker. Est. £100 - £150.
A E JONES: A stylish silver spoon with twisted terminal. Approx. 26 grams. Est. £100 - £150.
A large oval silver picture frame. London. By WC. Approx. 29 cms high. Est. £120 - £150.
GEORG JENSEN: A heavy set of four tapering silver dessert forks. Approx. 158 grams. Est. £80 - £120.
A good pair of 18th Century silver three prong forks with crested armorials. Approx. 130 grams. Est. £80 - £120.
A pair of heavy OE pattern silver forks with crested terminals. London. By WS&RC. Approx. 150 grams. Est. £70 - £80.
A rare Victorian silver mustard spoon decorated with a bearded gentleman. London. Approx. 20 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
A Chinese silver two handled cup and cover. Marked to base 'Wang Hing'. Approx. 73 grams. Est. £35 - £45.
A good Georgian silver wine label for 'Madeira' on suspension chain. Birmingham. By Joseph WIlmore. Approx. 7 grams. Est. £35 - £45.
PETER, ANN & WILLIAM BATEMAN: A George III bright cut silver rattle mounted with bells and engraved with flowers. Approx. 64 grams. Est. £250 - £3...
A Georgian silver and MOP box with hinged lid. Circa 1750. Approx. 70 grams. Est. £100 - £150.
A Georgian silver and MOP box engraved with flowers and leaves to tortoiseshell base. Approx. 42 grams. Est. £150 - £200.
A good quality engine turned rectangular snuff box with gilt interior. Birmingham 1833. By Edward Smith. Approx. 66 grams. Est. £150 - £200.
ABERDEEN: A rare Scottish tapering silver teaspoon. 1806. By William Jamieson. Approx. 14 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
A Victorian silver caddy spoon attractively decorated with vines. Birmingham. By Hillard & Thompson. Approx. 12 grams. Est. £65 - £75.
A 19th Century Dutch silver hinged top box with rope twist decoration. Punched to base. Approx. 31 grams. Est. £40 - £60.
A silver mesh purse with loop top. Approx. 50 grams. Est. £25 - £35.
A Georgian silver bright cut cream. London 1799. By WH. Approx. 92 grams. Est. £55 - £65.
An oval Georgian silver boat shaped mustard pot. London. By IP. Approx. 210 grams. Est. £60 - £80.
A good oval Georgian silver bright cut teapot. London 1803. Approx. 483 grams. Est. £250 - £300.
A set of six silver and enamel teaspoons. Birmingham. By Mappin & Webb. Approx. 80 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
A set of four silver teaspoons together with matching tongs. Approx. 92 grams. Est. £20 - £30.
A two piece Edwardian silver cruet. Approx. 154 grams. Est. £25 - £35.
An Edwardian silver engine turned mirror together with a carving set. Approx. 611 grams. Est. £15 - £20.
An unusual silver pin dish in the form of a sombrero. Approx. 48 grams. Est. £15 - £20.
A good set of twelve (plus twelve) silver fruit knives and forks. London 1799. By Moses Brent. Approx. 1350 grams. Est. £350 - £450.
A rare silver card case attractively decorated with nine different scenes and floral mounts. Birmingham 1848. By Edward Smith. Approx. 70 grams. £...
A silver card case with Scott Memorial in relief. Birmingham 1870. By Nathaniel Mills? Approx. 65 grams. Est. £600 - £800.
An attractive hinged top silver card case decorated with flowers and leaves. Birmingham. By Nathaniel Mills. Approx. 70 grams. Est. £150 - £200.
An unusual silver card case in the form of an envelope with double hinged top. Birmingham 1876. By Hilliard & Thomason. Approx. 73 grams. Est. £15...
A small five bar silver toast rack / smartphone docking station. Birmingham. By Walker & Hall. Approx. 50 grams. Est. £35 - £45.
A small Dutch silver preserve spoon decorated with a figure. Approx. 18 grams. Est. £25 - £35.
An unusual Iraqi silver and Niello thimble. Approx. 6.3 grams. Est. £10 - £20.
A Chinese silver miniature stilt house. Approx. 30 grams. Est. £35 - £45.