Fine Silver Timed Sale

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room Honiton, Devon

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Fine Silver Timed Sale

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  • Ended 23 Apr 2024 14:07 BST

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Currency: GBP
Buyer's premium Inc. VAT/sales tax: 24.00%
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VAT/sales tax on hammer: 20.00%

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A rare Channel Islands Jersey silver lighter with stylised decoration. Approx. 322 grams of gross weight. Est. £80 - £120.

A set of four American silver menu holders pierced with cherubs and floral decoration. Approx. 73 grams. Est. £80 - £120.

A heavy silver travelling combination knife / cigar cutter. Sheffield 1911. Approx. 43 grams. Est. £30 - £40.

A pair of silver menu holders cast with fox and hound. London 1923. By HHP. Approx. 80 grams. Est. £300 - £400.

A pair of silver grape scissors cast with foxes. Sheffield 1962. By Charles Boyton & Sons. Approx. 122 grams. Est. £100 - £150.

A pair of William IV silver grape scissors. London 1832. By William Eley. Approx. 96 grams. Est. £150 - £200.

A cased pair of silver grape scissors chased with vine decoration. Birmingham 1986. Est. £100 - £150.

TIFFANY & CO: A set of twelve spoons. Approx. 178 grams. Est. £140 - £160.

A rare 18th Century George II chocolate pot with central armorial to hinged lid and lift-off cover. London 1731. By Robert Lucas. Approx. 650 gram...

A large and heavy silver combination cigar cutter. Approx. 380 grams of gross weight. Est. £80 - £120.

A mixed lot of silver button hooks and glove stretchers. Circa 1900. Approx. 201 grams of gross weight. Est. £30 - £40.

An 18th Century George III silver rattle with bright-cut decoration and coral teether. Approx. 47 grams. Est. £200 - £300.

An 18th Century Georgian silver chinoiserie tea caddy. London 1789. By Robert Hennell. Approx. 389 grams. Est. £600 - £800.

A pair of Continental silver grape scissors with vine decoration. Approx. 43 grams. Est. £50 - £80.

A Chinese silver gilt and enamelled tea caddy with lift-off cover decorated with stones and birds. Marked to base. Approx. 357 grams. Est. £1000 -...