the saleroom

The home of art & antiques auctions

Refine your search

Estimate

Filter by Price Range

Category

Brand

Item Type

Auction Details

Fine Silver & Objects of Vertu

Woolley & Wallis Live Webcast Auction 16 Apr 2019 10:00 BST

Sale Date(s)

Viewing Date(s)

  • 10:00 BST - 16:00 BST
  • 10:00 BST - 13:00 BST
  • 10:00 BST - 16:00 BST
  • 08:30 BST - 09:45 BST

Venue Address

  • 51-61 Castle Street
  • Salisbury
  • Wiltshire
  • SP1 3SU
  • United Kingdom

Auction Details

Important Information Terms & Conditions Print Catalogue
Currency: GBP
Buyer's premium inc. VAT/sales tax: 30.00%
Online commission inc. VAT/sales tax: 5.94%

Auctioneer Details

There are 558 item(s) within this sale
  • List
  • Grid
  • Lots per page
  • 60
  • 120
  • 240
Page of 10

Results for live webcast and timed auctions may not have been verified by the auctioneer. If you are in any doubt of the accuracy of the prices provided, please call the auction house to confirm.

A George III old Sheffield plated knife tray, by T and J Creswick, circa 1815, oblong tapering form,

Lot 1

A George III old Sheffield plated knife tray, by T and J Creswick, circa 1815, oblong tapering form, gadroon border, engraved with a crest, leng...

More details

A pair of George III old Sheffield plated tea caddies, by Henry Tudor and Co., circa 1765, bombé

Lot 2

A pair of George III old Sheffield plated tea caddies, by Henry Tudor and Co., circa 1765, bombé form, embossed shell and foliate scroll decorat...

More details

A George III old Sheffield plated sauce tureen and cover, unmarked, probably by Tudor and Co., circa

Lot 3

A George III old Sheffield plated sauce tureen and cover, unmarked, probably by Tudor and Co., circa 1775, oval form, with ribbon-tied swags and...

More details

A pair of George III old Sheffield plated sauce tureens and stands, unmarked, probably by Tudor

Lot 4

A pair of George III old Sheffield plated sauce tureens and stands, unmarked, probably by Tudor and Co., Circa 1775, oval form, with ribbon-tied...

More details

A George III old Sheffield plated tea caddy, unmarked, circa 1775, oval form, fluted and engraved

Lot 5

A George III old Sheffield plated tea caddy, unmarked, circa 1775, oval form, fluted and engraved decoration, the hinged cover with a hinged fin...

More details

λA small collection of four George III old Sheffield plated boxes, unmarked, circa 1765, circular

Lot 6

λA small collection of four George III old Sheffield plated boxes, unmarked, circa 1765, circular form, two with tortoiseshell covers inlaid wit...

More details

An early 19th century old Sheffield plated decanter trolley, unmarked, circa 1830, circular form,

Lot 7

An early 19th century old Sheffield plated decanter trolley, unmarked, circa 1830, circular form, foliate and shell borders, with a carved bone/...

More details

A matched pair of Victorian electro-type plaques, by Elkington and Co. probably designed by

Lot 8

A matched pair of Victorian electro-type plaques, by Elkington and Co. probably designed by Lionard Morel-Ladeuil (1820-1888), circular form, on...

More details

A Victorian novelty electroplated pepper pot, maker's mark of W.W.H, with a design lozenge for 28

Lot 9

A Victorian novelty electroplated pepper pot, maker's mark of W.W.H, with a design lozenge for 28 January 1878, modelled as an obelisk with hier...

More details

A silver mirror, by The Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1934, upright arched rectangular form, engine-

Lot 10

A silver mirror, by The Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1934, upright arched rectangular form, engine-turned decoration, wooden easel back, height 40c...

More details

λThe Honourable The Irish Society, an Edwardian silver box and pen tray, by Stokes and Ireland,

Lot 11

λThe Honourable The Irish Society, an Edwardian silver box and pen tray, by Stokes and Ireland, Chester 1906, and Henry Stratford Ltd, London 191...

More details

A set of twelve Edwardian silver napkin rings, by Jackson and Fullerton, London 1902, oval form,

Lot 12

A set of twelve Edwardian silver napkin rings, by Jackson and Fullerton, London 1902, oval form, embossed foliate scroll decoration, central mon...

More details

An early Victorian silver Thread pattern meat skewer, by Mary Chawner, London 1838, ring terminal,

Lot 13

An early Victorian silver Thread pattern meat skewer, by Mary Chawner, London 1838, ring terminal, engraved with a crest, length 31.8cm, approx....

More details

An early-Victorian silver Fiddle pattern fish slice, by Mary Chawner, London 1838, the terminal with

Lot 14

An early-Victorian silver Fiddle pattern fish slice, by Mary Chawner, London 1838, the terminal with an initial, length 31.5cm, approx. weight 5...

More details

An early-Victorian silver King's pattern basting spoon, by Mary Chawner, London 1838, the terminal

Lot 15

An early-Victorian silver King's pattern basting spoon, by Mary Chawner, London 1838, the terminal with a crest, length 31cm, approx. weight 6.6...

More details

An early-Victorian silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern basting spoon, by Mary Chawner, London

Lot 16

An early-Victorian silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern basting spoon, by Mary Chawner, London 1839, the terminal with a crest and initial, l...

More details

A Victorian silver Old English pattern straining spoon, by Mary Chawner, London 1838, the strainer

Lot 17

A Victorian silver Old English pattern straining spoon, by Mary Chawner, London 1838, the strainer with addition marks for George Adams, plain t...

More details

A pair of William IV silver Princess No.2 pattern fruit serving spoons, by Mary Chawner, London

Lot 18

A pair of William IV silver Princess No.2 pattern fruit serving spoons, by Mary Chawner, London 1835, the terminals with a crest, length 23.8cm,...

More details

A small collection of George IV / Victorian silver flatware, by William and Mary Chawner,

Lot 19

A small collection of George IV / Victorian silver flatware, by William and Mary Chawner, comprising: a snuff/miniature spoon, by William Chawne...

More details

A pair of Victorian silver Thread and Shell pattern carvers, by Mary Chawner, London 1839, the steel

Lot 20

A pair of Victorian silver Thread and Shell pattern carvers, by Mary Chawner, London 1839, the steel blade stamped 'Norman, London', plus anothe...

More details

A small collection of Victorian silver flatware, by George Adams, London, comprising: a Newton

Lot 21

A small collection of Victorian silver flatware, by George Adams, London, comprising: a Newton pattern ice cream spade, 1881, an Albert pattern ...

More details

Seven Victorian silver forks and spoons, by George Adams, London, comprising: a silver-gilt Cherub

Lot 22

Seven Victorian silver forks and spoons, by George Adams, London, comprising: a silver-gilt Cherub and Serpent christening fork and spoon, 1864,...

More details

λA small collection of Victorian silver flatware, by George Adams, London,

Lot 23

λA small collection of Victorian silver flatware, by George Adams, London, comprising: a set of three Queen's pattern fish forks, 1872, the ter...

More details

A small collection of silver flatware, by George Adams, London, comprising: a pair of Bright Vine

Lot 24

A small collection of silver flatware, by George Adams, London, comprising: a pair of Bright Vine pattern dessert forks, 1863 and 1868, a Rose p...

More details

Seven Victorian silver dessert spoons, by George Adams, London, comprising: Coburg pattern, 1862,

Lot 25

Seven Victorian silver dessert spoons, by George Adams, London, comprising: Coburg pattern, 1862, Lily pattern, 1865, Canova pattern, 1858, Tudo...

More details

A small collection of six Victorian silver condiment spoons, by George Adams, London, comprising:

Lot 26

A small collection of six Victorian silver condiment spoons, by George Adams, London, comprising: a pair of Grecian pattern salt spoons, 1862, a...

More details

A collection of twelve Victorian silver teaspoons, by George Adams, London, comprising: a set of

Lot 27

A collection of twelve Victorian silver teaspoons, by George Adams, London, comprising: a set of three single-struck Beaded pattern, 1875, plus ...

More details

A set of six Victorian single struck King's pattern teaspoons, by George Adams, London 1863, the

Lot 28

A set of six Victorian single struck King's pattern teaspoons, by George Adams, London 1863, the terminals initialled, plus a set of six Victori...

More details

A small collection of six Victorian silver spoons, by George Adams, comprising: a pair of Napier

Lot 29

A small collection of six Victorian silver spoons, by George Adams, comprising: a pair of Napier pattern egg spoons, London 1865, a pair of Paxt...

More details

A set of six Victorian silver Dolphin pattern teaspoons, by George Adams, London 1856 and 1871,

Lot 30

A set of six Victorian silver Dolphin pattern teaspoons, by George Adams, London 1856 and 1871, the terminals with a crest and initial, approx. ...

More details

λA set of four Victorian silver Elizabethan pattern teaspoons, by George Adams, London 1867, approx.

Lot 31

λA set of four Victorian silver Elizabethan pattern teaspoons, by George Adams, London 1867, approx. weight 4.3oz. (4)

More details

A small collection of five Victorian silver poultry skewers, by George Adams, London, comprising:

Lot 32

A small collection of five Victorian silver poultry skewers, by George Adams, London, comprising: a pair of Fiddle, Thread and Husk pattern, Lon...

More details

A small collection of three silver spoons, by George Adams, London, comprising: a palm pattern

Lot 33

A small collection of three silver spoons, by George Adams, London, comprising: a palm pattern mustard spoon, 1880, a whip-end salt spoon 1854, ...

More details

A Victorian silver Cambridge pattern sugar sifting spoon, by George Adams, London 1865, plus another

Lot 34

A Victorian silver Cambridge pattern sugar sifting spoon, by George Adams, London 1865, plus another Victorian silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell s...

More details

A small collection of three Victorian silver marrow scoops, by George Adams, London, comprising: a

Lot 35

A small collection of three Victorian silver marrow scoops, by George Adams, London, comprising: a Fiddle and Thread pattern one, London 1842, t...

More details

A pair of Victorian silver ice tongs, by George Adams, London 1864, ring handles, textured bird's

Lot 36

A pair of Victorian silver ice tongs, by George Adams, London 1864, ring handles, textured bird's claw bowls, length 13cm, approx. weight 2oz.

More details

A pair of Victorian silver Old English pattern asparagus tongs, by George Adams, London 1880,

Lot 37

A pair of Victorian silver Old English pattern asparagus tongs, by George Adams, London 1880, pierced blades, the terminal with a crest, length...

More details

A pair of Victorian silver Fiddle and Thread pattern serving tongs, by George Adams, London 1854,

Lot 38

A pair of Victorian silver Fiddle and Thread pattern serving tongs, by George Adams, London 1854, single-struck, engraved with a crest, pierced...

More details

A pair of Victorian silver Stag Hunt pattern grape scissors, by George Adams, London 1879, ring

Lot 39

A pair of Victorian silver Stag Hunt pattern grape scissors, by George Adams, London 1879, ring handles, length 18cm, approx. weight 3.8oz.

More details

A Victorian silver Fiddle pattern long toddy ladle, by George Adams, London 1864, plain terminal,

Lot 40

A Victorian silver Fiddle pattern long toddy ladle, by George Adams, London 1864, plain terminal, length 28.5cm, approx. weight 2.4oz.

More details

A Victorian silver Paxton pattern stilton scoop, by George Adams, London 1860, the terminal with a

Lot 41

A Victorian silver Paxton pattern stilton scoop, by George Adams, London 1860, the terminal with a crest, length 23.2cm, approx. weight 3oz. Th...

More details

A Victorian silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern stilton scoop, by George Adams, London 1849, the

Lot 42

A Victorian silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern stilton scoop, by George Adams, London 1849, the terminal with a crest and motto, length 24....

More details

A pair of Victorian silver fish servers, by George Adams, London 1859, the knife with a scimitar

Lot 43

A pair of Victorian silver fish servers, by George Adams, London 1859, the knife with a scimitar shaped blade, pierced and engraved with fish, r...

More details

A Victorian silver New Gothic pattern basting spoon, by George Adams, London 1856, the terminal with

Lot 44

A Victorian silver New Gothic pattern basting spoon, by George Adams, London 1856, the terminal with a crest, also with a registration lozenge, ...

More details

A Victorian silver Wellington pattern serving spoon, by George Adams, London 1851, the terminal with

Lot 45

A Victorian silver Wellington pattern serving spoon, by George Adams, London 1851, the terminal with a monogram, also with a registration lozeng...

More details

A Victorian silver New Gothic pattern stilton scoop, by George Adams, London 1868, the terminal with

Lot 46

A Victorian silver New Gothic pattern stilton scoop, by George Adams, London 1868, the terminal with a crest, length 23.8cm, approx. weight 3.9o...

More details

A Victorian silver Beaded Knurled pattern basting spoon, by George Adams, London 1875, the

Lot 47

A Victorian silver Beaded Knurled pattern basting spoon, by George Adams, London 1875, the terminal with initials, length 30.1cm, approx. weight...

More details

A Victorian silver wine label, by George Adams, London 1873, pierced shaped oval form, pierced '

Lot 48

A Victorian silver wine label, by George Adams, London 1873, pierced shaped oval form, pierced 'WHISKEY', engraved with a crown and monogram, th...

More details

A Victorian silver wine label, by George Adams, London 1858, vine leaf form, pierced 'MOSELLE',

Lot 49

A Victorian silver wine label, by George Adams, London 1858, vine leaf form, pierced 'MOSELLE', length 4.5cm, approx. weight 0.3oz.

More details

A Victorian cast silver caddy spoon, by George Adams, London 1862, leaf form, simulated snake ring

Lot 50

A Victorian cast silver caddy spoon, by George Adams, London 1862, leaf form, simulated snake ring handle, length 7.8cm, approx. weight 0.5oz.

More details

A Victorian cast silver caddy spoon, by George Adams, London 1848, gilded oval foliate bowl,

Lot 51

A Victorian cast silver caddy spoon, by George Adams, London 1848, gilded oval foliate bowl, stylised handle, initialled, length 8.6cm, approx. ...

More details

A Victorian silver double-ended medicine spoon, by George Adams, London 1851, length 17.3cm, approx.

Lot 52

A Victorian silver double-ended medicine spoon, by George Adams, London 1851, length 17.3cm, approx. weight 1.6oz.

More details

A Victorian silver Fiddle pattern marrow spoon, by George Adams, London 1861, the reverse of the

Lot 53

A Victorian silver Fiddle pattern marrow spoon, by George Adams, London 1861, the reverse of the stem initialled, length 16.8cm, approx. weight ...

More details

A Victorian silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern ice cream spade, by George Adams, London 1850,

Lot 54

A Victorian silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern ice cream spade, by George Adams, London 1850, single-struck, the terminal with a crest and ...

More details

A Victorian silver Straight Tudor pattern basting spoon, by George Adams, London 1853, the

Lot 55

A Victorian silver Straight Tudor pattern basting spoon, by George Adams, London 1853, the terminal with an initial, also with a registration lo...

More details

A Victorian silver Admiralty pattern basting spoon, by George Adams, London 1855, length 30.2cm,

Lot 56

A Victorian silver Admiralty pattern basting spoon, by George Adams, London 1855, length 30.2cm, approx. weight 5.4oz.

More details

A Victorian silver regimental Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern serving spoon, The Royal Marines,

Lot 57

A Victorian silver regimental Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern serving spoon, The Royal Marines, by George Adams, London 1852, the terminal with ...

More details

A Victorian silver Fiddle and Thread pattern basting spoon, by George Adams, London 1855, the

Lot 58

A Victorian silver Fiddle and Thread pattern basting spoon, by George Adams, London 1855, the terminal with a crest, length 30.5cm, approx. weig...

More details

A Victorian silver Feather-edge and Bright-cut pattern basting spoon, by George Adams, London

Lot 59

A Victorian silver Feather-edge and Bright-cut pattern basting spoon, by George Adams, London 1867, the terminal with a crest, length 30cm, appr...

More details

A set of three Victorian silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, by George Adams, London 1869, the

Lot 60

A set of three Victorian silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, by George Adams, London 1869, the terminals with the Paschal Lamb crest, plus a s...

More details
Loading...Loading...
  • Lots per page
  • 60
  • 120
  • 240
Page of 10

Recently Viewed Lots