French Empire-style cut glass and ormolu mounted dish, ormolu mounts, agate dish, pair glass cornucopia , Lancet cased clock and decorative itemsCondition report: Agate dish is cracked, ormolu dish has some wear to the gilding, enamel pots have worn and discoloured interiors, one cornocopuia vase is cracked and reglued, the other is is chipped. Clock does not work. Overall wear and minor faults to other pieces in lot
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Victorian emerald green glass Mary Gregory style water jug, together with other Victorian and later coloured glasswareCondition report: Nailsea glass crimped edge dish- a couple of scratches to paintwork but overall good, no visible chips or cracks.Nailsea glass small light shade- few nibbles to the small top rim, otherwise good. Lamp- good condition, no visible chips to cracks.
ASSORTED SILVER ITEMS comprising Edward VII pierced silver bon bon pedestal dish with blue glass liner, Sheffield 1906, John & William Deakin, together with white metal curved card case with engraved initials 'R S M' and Edward VII silver nail buffer, Birmingham 1905, H Matthews (3)Condition Report: Pedestal bon bon dish has misshapen base. Card case not hallmarked. All have minor surface wear and scratches.
A Hallmarked Silver Napkin Ring, WA, Birmingham 1906, initialled and dated "Sept 5th 1908", together with another hallmarked silver napkin ring (total weight 52grams); a French Orbrille plated tumbler in original fitted case, a decorative EPNS twin handled pedestal dish, with blue glass liner, cased fish servers, etc :- One Tray
A collection of various objets de vertu, including photograph frames, spike spoons, lead soldier figure, two glass pendants, a porcelain knife hand, Victorian ivory notepad, an early 20th Century Capodimonte figure of woman in floral decorated dress, bearing crowned N mark to base, a 19th Century Chinese black lacquered and gilt decorated rectangular dish, the centre field depicting figures at a table in a garden setting (with damage)
A Victorian silver butter dish, Sheffield 1884, of circular lidded form, engraved with foliate scroll work, glass liner, 17.5cm diameter, approximately 392gm CONDITION REPORT: Overall condition good, a little wear, scratches and slight knock to rim all in line with age and usage. The cover is crested (a wheatsheaf). The glass liner is a later replacement and fits loosely within.
AN EDWARD VII SILVER PEDESTAL BOWL, by S Glass, Birmingham 1906, the shaped circular dish pierced and chased with flowerheads and scrolls, the gadrooned rim interspersed by C-scroll and floral motifs, the foot similarly decorated. 12.5cm high, 26cm diameter, 15.6 troy ouncesThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Marks clear and well struck. Stands upright, rocking to foot. Light surface marks and scratches commensurate with age and use
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER DISHES, by William Comyns & Sons, London 1892, shaped oval, pierced and embossed with bold C-scrolls and foliage, raised on pierced and foliate chased feet, with glass liners. 18.5cm by 13.5cm, gross weight of silver 15.1 troy ouncesThe absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Marks clear and well struck - one also 'IT' twice to base. Both with engraved initials. Standing upright, both with considerable rocking to bases. One dish with split to pierced work on base, and lacking outer edge of one foot. Both glass liners with minor chips to top rims. Minor dents and surface scratches commensurate with age and use
A PAIR OF GEORGE V SILVER VASES, by Harry Synyer & Charles Joseph Beddoes, Birmingham 1915, the tapering bodies with pierced trumpet rims, weighted, 12cm high; together with A SILVER-RIMMED TWO-HANDLED GLASS VASE, by S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1904, 11cm high; AN ELIZABETH II SILVER BON BON DISH, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1978, circular, 11.5cm diameter; and A SILVER FLOWER VASE, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield, date letter rubbed, slender tapering form, weighted, 17.5cm high. (5) The absence of a Condition Report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale.Marks with varying degrees of legibility - some more rubbed than others. One of pair of vases, pierced rim slightly bent/buckled, the other with crease to the body. Silver rimmed vase with various splits. Bon bon dish with slight wobble to foot. All with light surface scratches and marks
A good selection of fine quality ornamental ceramics and bijouterie; to include ceramic boxes and an early 20th century Royal Worcester Blush porcelain circular bowl and cover hand decorated in enamel with various flowers (15.5cm in diameter)Condition Report: Royal Worcester Blushware dish underneath the foot is a little dirty commensurate with age and glaze crazing underneath, printed and painting marks to underside, a fine hairline crack which can be seen with a glass on the outside (approx 4cm) the rest of the base is OK, the cover is good. The small hinged squat spherical box is in good condition overall, one or two of the smaller boxes have tiny nicks but are mostly good overall.
Silver etc. to include an early 20th century engraved and monogrammed silver cigarette case (spring-loaded opening button missing), a modern hallmarked silver pepper grinder, a stylish silver-mounted (Walker & Hall) Art Deco style salt with blue-glass liner and a small silver three-legged dish modelled as a scallop shell (4)
A pair of George III Irish oval cut glass butter dishes, covers and standscirca 1810of oval form, with faceted and hobnail sides, star cut-base to the trays, tray 21cm wide, butter dish 14.5cm high(2) Part of a Herefordshire Country House EstateCondition report: Stands - both undersides scratched, one missing two sections of the rim and with nibbles to the edges right the way around. The second stand has no serious chips, but again has nibbles right the way around. Dishes - 1 cover chipped, two further smaller underside rim chips. Both bases have small chips to 5/6 sections around rim. The second cover has two small chips and several rim nibbles. The bases of both dishes are scratched Please see images. They need cleaning but there are no signs of clouding.
A silver inkstand, a specimen vase and a dish, the stand by Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1924, with glass inkwell, 18cm long, the vase 12.5cm tall, the dish by Garrard & Co Ltd. London 1934, 'Audi Vide Tace' 9cm diam.Condition report: Stand with small dents to base, chip to back corner of glass inkwell, vase dented, dish dented
Assorted silver and silver plated items, to include a silver pepperette, three various silver mustards, two silver napkin rings, various silver mustard spoons, silver miniarture pepperette and a silver and glass dish, together with vairous silver plated items including a set of fish eaters and an oak cased canteen of cutlery (qty.)Condition report: dents and dinks
An Ibis Aveiro vase decorated with finches, a Mason's Walteau vegetable dish and cover, a Brentleigh vase, strawberry dish, Royal Adderley posy ornament, large serving plate, Rolls razor, Cyples Old Pottery oriental vase, three glass decanters, Chinese plate and plated ware **PLEASE NOTE THIS LOT IS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR POSTING AND PACKING**
THREE BOXES AND LOOSE GLASSWARE AND CERAMICS, including a stoneware flagon, height 37cm, a stoneware hot water jug, chamber pot, wash jug, a small quantity of Wedgwood bone china and jasperware giftware, Sylvac dog finial butter dish badly damaged, glass fruit bowl, stoneware and Studio pottery, demi john, decanter and stopper, goldfish bowl, etc (three boxes and loose)
A GROUP OF GLASSWARES, to include silver rimmed hair tidy, Birmingham marks, two silver topped scents, a silver footed jar, three pieces cranberry coloured glass (bon bon dish in plated stand, etc), various atomisers (Caithness, etc), two sets six champagne cut glasses (different shapes), a decanter, a pair of candlesticks, etc
FIVE BOXES AND LOOSE OF KITCHEN AND HOUSEHOLD SUNDRIES, CERAMICS, BLANKETS, DRINKING GLASSES, etc including a boxed Royal Stafford Noddy baby's bowl, four coffee cups and saucers makes include Royal Doulton and Aynsley, a Radfords cottage butter dish on stand, brass cigarette box, hinge broken, a reproduction magnifying glass on stand, a boxed air bed, boxed Wok, boxed set of decorative gold plates and tray, mugs, white kitchen crockery, cooking utensils, etc (five boxes and loose)