Woolley and Wallis have one of the
leading silver departments of any regional saleroom, holding
quarterly Silver sales.
We have sold several distinguished collections and items.
Most recently, on 22nd January 2013, we sold the 1796 USA
Half-Cent, found in a school boy collection, for £185,000.
For more information regarding this lot, please click here.
Also included in the sale was an interesting Victorian silver
freedom casket modelled as a loaded sledge, bearing the Nares
family crest and motto, which sold for £11,000.
Our sales include a wide variety of goods from
flatware, nutmeg graters and vinaigrettes to fine Georgian
a b c
a: A modern parcel-gilt three-light
candelabrum, by Stuart Devlin, London 1969. Sold for
b: A rare George IV silver-gilt presentation vase and stand,
by Philip Rundell, London. Sold for
c: A pair of Victorian silver-gilt mounted glass claret
jugs, by John Figg, London 1862 and 1864. Sold
Tuesday, 16 Jul 2013
Silver & Collectors' Items - Day 1 and Day 2