A SILVER-MOUNTED WHISKY NOGGIN, by Hukin & Heath Ltd, Birmingham 1937, of tapering cylindrical form with hinged flat cover, 11cm high; together with A GEORGE V SILVER WHISKEY LABEL, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1922.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.Noggin town mark lightly rubbed, all others clear and well struck - further marked with lion passant and conforming date letter to inside of lid. Marks to Whiskey label clear and well struck. Light surface scratches to both commensurate with age and use
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A GEORGE V SILVER-MOUNTED GLASS WHISKY NOGGIN, by Asprey & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1917, tapering cylindrical form with flat top; together with A GEORGE V SILVER 'WHISKEY' LABEL, by Hukin & Heath Ltd, London 1910. (2) Noggin 10.7cm highThe 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 to all pieces - full set to outer collar of noggin; lion passant, conforming date letter and stamped 'ASPREY LONDON' to underside of lid. Light surface marks and scratches commensurate with age, including glass bottom of noggin
A George V silver topped whisky noggin, Hukin & Heath Ltd. Birmingham 1913, 7 by 6.5 by 10.5cm high, together with a Whisky spirit label, Hukin & Heath Ltd. Birmingham 1916, 3.3cm wide, 0.09toz. (2)Condition:The thumb grip on the lid is bent and has an area of old polish below it, the lid also has a slight smile, there is one chip to the base rim and marks to the glass as well overall surface wear.
A George V silver mounted cut glass whisky noggin by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1928, of tapering form with star cut base and loop handle, plain polished hinged silver lid, 10.5cm high, together with another example by Hukin & Heath, London 1897, 9.8cm high (2) For condition information please view this lot on our website HERE.Please note, we do not publish any condition reports on the-saleroom.com, all requested condition reports will be available to view on trevanionanddean.com
A selection of 19th century and later decanters and stoppers to include, a silver mounted glug glug decanter, 29cm high, a whiskey noggin and associated stopper, with silver label, 22cm high, a brandy decanter, 25cm high, a set of three cut glass decanters and stoppers, 30cm high, two 19th century ewers, a pair of green glass bottle decanters, 28cm high etc (11) (at fault)
Kathy Staff signed cover 1994 Greetings Noggin the Nog Can. Good Condition. All autographed items are genuine hand signed and come with a Certificate of Authenticity. We combine postage on multiple winning lots and can ship worldwide. UK postage from £4.99, EU from £6.99, Rest of World from £8.99.
Silver and silver mounted wares comprising; a whisky noggin of conical form, with loop handle and star cut base, Birmingham 1907, a photograph frame, Birmingham 1977, a pepper grinder, Birmingham 1937, a set of four Victorian novelty salts, formed as cauldrons, with four salt spoons, cased, two cased sets of silver spoons, (each lacking one spoon), and twelve silver handled butter knives, cased.
To include; a boat shaped sweetmeat dish, Birmingham 1926 with pierced cover, one half hinged, moulded border and on shaped pedestal foot; two Continental boxes with embossed pastoral scenes; together with two dressing table boxes a cased set of coffee bean spoons, two cased christening sets; together with a whisky noggin, a dwarf candlestick (loaded), various condiments and napkin ring, a collection of mother of pearl handle flatware and a plated teapot(Weighable silver: 18.5oz)
A George V hallmarked silver mounted and clear glass bodied noggin, London 1924, height 10.5cm, also a silver napkin ring, silver pepper and a silver topped salt (4).Additional InformationLid of noggin is not sitting straight and has been cleaned whereas the rest is heavily tarnished, general surface wear to the others with damage to the pepper and the salt.
An Edwardian silver mounted glass whiskey noggin by James Deakin & Sons, Chester 1905, of typical handled conical form with star cut base,12.5cm high with an associated silver label (2) For condition information please view this lot on our website HERE.Please note, we do not publish any condition reports on the-saleroom.com, all requested condition reports will be available to view on trevanionanddean.com
A pair of Edwardian clear glass and silver mounted noggin flasks, each of tapering form with mounted hinged lid, spout and thumbpiece, S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1912, 6.5 by 11.8cm high, each together with a George V silver decanter label on chain engraved 'Whisky', S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Chester 1912, 3.8cm wide. (4)
SIX SILVER MOUNTED CLEAR-GLASS CONICAL WHISKY NOGGINS AND SIX 'WHISKEY' LABELS each glass noggin with a star-cut base and a silver hinged cover, four with mark of S Blanckensee & Son, Chester 1912, and two with the mark of Asprey & Co., Ltd., Birmingham 1935, all 10cm high (4 in), all the arched labels with the mark of S Blanckensee & Sons, Chester 1912 (4) and Birmingham 1935 (2); all in a 'J C Vickery, Regent St. W' cream silk and velvet lined case
Sampson Mordan: an Edwardian cased set of four circular silver decanter labels, Chester 1904 - each 3.2cm diameter, to/w an electroplated Irish 'Whiskey' noggin label, a cased set of six each electroplated sardine knives and forks and a cased set of tea knives with loaded silver handles, Sheffield 1930 (3 cases)
Peter Firmin 12 x 8 photo signed by Noggin The Nog, Ivor The Engine and Bagpuss Creator And Artist, The Late Peter Firmin. Good Condition. All autographs are genuine hand signed and come with a Certificate of Authenticity. We combine postage on multiple winning lots and can ship worldwide. UK postage from £4.99, EU from £6.99, Rest of World from £8.99.
A collection of small silver, including: an Edwardian silver mounted glass whisky noggin by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1906; a George III silver capped cut glass pepper caster, London 1792; two Edwardian menu holders by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1906 and 1907, embossed with Art Nouveau maiden's bust profiles; two specimen vases; a cream jug by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths, London 1911; an eggcup by Adie Bros, Birmingham 1924; and various cruet items