TWO DAY FINE SILVER AND JEWELLERY

TWO DAY FINE SILVER AND JEWELLERY

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TWO DAY FINE SILVER AND JEWELLERY

TWO DAY FINE SILVER AND JEWELLERY

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A good cased set of eighteen (plus eighteen) silver mounted knives and forks. Sheffield 1830. By Aaron Hadfield. Est. £500 - £800.

A cased five piece silver and shagreen dressing table set. Birmingham. By HA. Est. £60 - £80.

A cased set of six silver bean top coffee spoons. Birmingham. By SL. Approx. 32 grams. Est. £25 - £35.

A heavy George III silver mug on spreading foot. London 1765. By James Baker. Approx. 376 grams. Est. £450 - £550.

A George II baluster shaped silver jug with cane handle. London 1751. Approx. 273 grams. Est. £200 - £300.

An embossed silver plated sugar bowl together with matching cream jug. Est. £10 - £20.

A cased silver plated OE and rat tail pattern cutlery service together with a silver plated teapot. Est. £30 - £40.

A cased silver two piece christening set. Sheffield. By Walker & Hall. Approx. 118 grams. Est. £35 - £45.

A good set of ten (plus ten) silver handled knives with steel blades. Birmingham 1972. By Robert Welch. Approx. 970 grams. Est. £500 - £800.

A large Continental cast silver preserve spoon. Approx. 45 grams. Est. £35 - £45.

An Antique silver wine taster with scroll decoration inset with coin. Approx.96 grams. Est. £100 - £150.

A large silver wine taster with serpent handle. Circa 1800. Approx. 106 grams. Est. £150 - £200.

A rare 18th Century silver travelling corkscrew with scroll handle. Apparently unmarked. Approx. 52 grams. Est. £350 - £450.

A rare 18th Century tapering silver snuff box with bright cut decoration and gilt interior inset with miniature. Approx. 108 grams. Est. £450 - £5...

A Continental silver sugar caster with fluted decoration to circular base. Approx. 97 grams. Est. £80 - £120.

A pair of Edwardian silver peppers of typical form. Approx. 64 grams. Est. £30 - £50.

A silver and MOP travelling fruit knife. London 1886. Approx. 24 grams. Est. £30 - £40.

A horn and silver mounted spoon in the form of a thistle. Approx. 12 grams. Est. £10 - £20.

A cased set of twelve silver mounted knives of fluted design. Sheffield. By TG. Est. £25 - £35.

An 18th Century silver hinged double snuff box. Maker's mark, 'WP'. Approx. 18 grams. Est. £80 - £120.

A pair of American Provincial silver sugar tongs. Struck twice. By Eleazer Wyer of Portland. Approx. 30 grams. Est. £30 - £40.

A small 18th Century silver cream ladle with leaf handle. Approx. 10 grams. Est. £15 - £20.

LIBERTY & CO: A silver mounted and tortoiseshell comb of typical form. Approx. 45 grams. Est. £30 - £50.

An attractive Victorian silver butter knife together with matching fork. London 1873. By Barnards. Approx. 56 grams. Est. £45 - £55.

YORK: A pair of silver tablespoons. By James Barber & William North. Approx. 112 grams. Est. £80 - £120.

A small Edwardian silver caddy spoon with fluted bowl. Birmingham. By AEJ. Approx. 19 grams. Est. £20 - £30.

An Edwardian circular silver pill box with lift-off cover. Birmingham. Approx. 8 grams. Est. £15 - £20.

An 18th Century crested silver dessert spoon. Approx. 32 grams. Est. £30 - £40.

A Victorian silver sifter spoon with pierced bowl. London 1892. By JA. Approx. 25 grams. Est. £30 - £50.

An attractive Victorian silver christening spoon with beaded border. London 1881. Approx. 26 grams. Est. £30 - £50.

A rare unusual pair of modernistic silver goblets with ball bearing mounts. London 1998. By Ian Calvert. Approx. 518 grams. Est. £500 - £600.

A pair of heavy silver fiddle and thread pattern silver sauce ladles. London 1835. Approx. 164 grams. Est. £70 - £80.

A pair of heavy Georgian feather edged silver sauce ladles. London 1790. Approx. 88 grams. Est. £80 - £120.

A pair of Georgian OE, fiddle and thread pattern silver sauce ladles. Approx. 96 grams. Est. £60 - £80.

A pair of OE pattern silver sauce ladles. London 1810. Approx. 115 grams. Est. £50 - £80.

A Georgian silver tapering stilton scoop. Approx. 106 grams. Est. £200 - £300.

A good pair of heavy silver globular peppers with gadroon rims. London. By S&S. Approx. 314 grams. Est. £250 - £350.

An Edwardian silver sugar caster of shaped form. Approx. 102 grams. Est. £50 - £80.

A heavy Edwardian silver cream jug. Birmingham. By A Bros. Approx. 124 grams. Est. £30 - £50.

A group of three fiddle pattern silver table forks. Various dates and makers. Approx. 213 grams. Est. £30 - £50.

A pair of Victorian silver cylindrical salts on ball feet. Approx. 117 grams. Est. £30 - £40.

An Edwardian silver prayer book decorated with winged infants. Birmingham 1905. Est. £20 - £30.

A good Georgian silver snuff box. Birmingham 1825. Approx. 6 grams. Est. £25 - £35.

An Edwardian silver posy holder on suspension chain. Birmingham. Approx. 18 grams. Est. £25 - £35.

An engine turned silver match case. London 1934. Retailed by Harrods. Approx. 14 grams. Est. £20 - £30.

A heavy set of four fiddle pattern silver salt spoons. London. By William Chawner. Approx. 54 grams. Est. £45 - £55.

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