Sale: Silver & Objects of Vertu - Day 2 - 13th July

Wednesday 13th July 2022 10:00AM

398 lots in this sale

All lots are subject to the Buyer’s Premium at 25% + VAT.

Lot Description Estimate Hammer
385 A set of four modern silver wine labels £100 - £150
386 A set of four modern silver wine labels £100 - £150
387 A set of four modern silver wine labels £100 - £150
388 A set of four modern silver wine labels £100 - £150
389 A set of four modern silver wine labels £100 - £150
390 A set of four modern silver wine labels £100 - £150
391 A set of four modern silver wine labels £100 - £150
392 A set of four modern silver wine labels £100 - £150
393 A set of four modern silver wine labels £100 - £150
394 A set of four modern novelty silver-gilt cheese markers £100 - £150
395 A collection of four silver serving pieces £150 - £200
396 A small collection of modern silver items £150 - £200
397 A modern novelty silver stamp box £100 - £150
398 A pair of Edwardian parcel-gilt novelty silver menu card holders £200 - £300
399 A Chinese silver card case £300 - £400
400 An Edwardian commemorative silver Admiralty Oar £300 - £400
401 George III (1760-1820): silver dollar £200 - £300
402 Charles I: a cast silver Royalist Badge £500 - £700
403 A 17th century German silver pomander £3,000 - £4,000
404 A late 17th century silver counter box £400 - £600
405 A late 17th century silver Admiralty Oar penner and inkwell £600 - £800
406 A Charles I silver pierced counter box £1,000 - £1,500
407 A 19th century Chinese silver snuff box £400 - £600
408 A Chinese silver box £100 - £150
409 A George III silver-gilt snuff box £200 - £300
410 A George III silver snuff box £150 - £200
411 An early 18th century silver snuff box £100 - £150
412 A William IV silver snuff box £200 - £300
413 A Dutch silver tobacco box £300 - £400
414 A late 19th century Dutch silver tobacco box £300 - £400
415 A set of six silver menu card holders £200 - £300
416 A pair of novelty silver owl menu card holders £250 - £300
417 A 19th century Austro-Hungarian silver double salt/snuff box £250 - £300
418 A pair of silver and painted porcelain menu card holders £150 - £200
419 A late-Victorian silver carriage clock £250 - £300
420 A late-Victorian silver-gilt and mother-of-pearl clock £400 - £600
421 An Asprey silver note pad and later pencil £200 - £300
422 A silver-gilt and shagreen strut clock £200 - £300
423 A Victorian silver Aesthetic movement hanging clock £400 - £600
424 A late 19th century Austro-Hungarian silver-gilt and enamel novelty harp vinaigrette / pot pourri £400 - £600
425 A Victorian silver Ancient Order of Foresters Jewel of Office £200 - £300
426 A Victorian novelty silver trophy pen rest £400 - £500
427 A Victorian silver-mounted spirit flask £300 - £400
428 λA Victorian silver-mounted snake skin stationary box £300 - £400
429 λA Victorian silver-mounted tortoiseshell stationary box £300 - £400
430 A late-Victorian novelty silver smoking compendium £300 - £400
431 λAn early 19th century gold-mounted red leather notepad and implement wallet £500 - £700
432 An Edwardian novelty silver salmon corkscrew £400 - £600
433 A William IV presentation silver snuff box on stand £400 - £600
434 A metalware and enamel mounted hardstone dish £600 - £800
435 A silver statue of classical figure blowing a horn £80 - £120
436 A pair of German novelty silver figures £300 - £480
437 A modern Spanish silver nef £200 - £300
438 An Edwardian silver photograph frame £250 - £300
439 An Indian silver photograph frame £200 - £300
440 λA late-Victorian silver and tortoiseshell photograph frame £300 - £400
441 A regimental silver photograph frame £150 - £200
442 An Edwardian silver mirror £300 - £400
443 An Edwardian silver egg timer £100 - £150
444 Two silver badges mounted on leather straps £100 - £1,520
445 A novelty electroplated table cigar lighter £100 - £150
446 A Victorian silver cigarette box £600 - £800
447 A late-Victorian silver playing cards box £150 - £250
448 An Edwardian silver magnifying glass £100 - £150
449 A George III silver toothpick box £200 - £300
450 A George III silver nutmeg grater £300 - £400
451 A George III silver nutmeg grater £300 - £400
452 A George III silver nutmeg grater £200 - £300
453 A pair of metalware and enamel models of birds £100 - £150
454 A modern silver butt marker £600 - £800
455 λA late-Victorian novelty silver and tortoiseshell desk clip £150 - £200
456 A novelty silver owl desk seal £200 - £300
457 A Victorian novelty silver owl mustard pot / inkwell £600 - £800
458 A late 19th / early 20th century Dutch Victorian novelty silver owl pepper pot £200 - £300
459 A four-piece Victorian novelty silver owl cruet set £1,200 - £1,500
460 A Victorian novelty silver owl mustard pot £800 - £1,200
461 A pair of Victorian novelty silver owl pepper pots £600 - £800
462 A Victorian novelty silver owl pepper pot £400 - £600
463 A modern Regimental silver statue of a Royal Corps of Transport Officer £250 - £300
464 A modern Regimental silver statue of a Royal Corps of Transport Officer £250 - £300
465 By E. Wolfe and Company £100 - £150
466 A Victorian novelty silver owl inkstand £1,200 - £1,500
467 A matched set of four early 20th century German novelty silver swan dishes / salt cellars £400 - £600
468 A matched set of four early 20th century German novelty silver swan dishes £1,000 - £1,500
469 A modern Italian silver model of a pigeon £400 - £600
470 A modern silver model of a woodcock £200 - £300
471 A pair of novelty Edwardian silver chick pepper pots £300 - £400
472 A modern silver model of a partridge £300 - £400
473 A modern set of four models of game birds £200 - £300
474 A silver model of a lamb £200 - £300
475 A pair of modern novelty silver owl salt and pepper pots £400 - £600
476 A modern silver model of a horse £600 - £800
477 A silver statue of a horse £1,000 - £1,500
478 A Victorian novelty silver and enamel table shot holder £400 - £600
479 A Victorian silver model of a dog £600 - £800
480 A silver-gilt desk seal £200 - £300
481 A 19th century silver and hardstone snuff box £200 - £300
482 An Indian silver cigarette box £300 - £400
483 A Continental silver-mounted blue glass scent bottle £1,500 - £2,000
484 A George III 18 carat gold snuff box £2,500 - £3,000
485 A George III Regimental silver table snuff box £1,500 - £2,000
486 A George IV silver-gilt snuff box £250 - £300
487 A Scottish novelty silver table bell £500 - £700
488 A George III Scottish silver snuff box £500 - £700
489 A pair of modern Scottish silver chamber sticks £250 - £300
490 A pair of Scottish silver-mounted hardstone knife rests £80 - £120
491 A Victorian Scottish novelty Regimental silver inkstand £1,000 - £1,500
492 A George III Scottish silver wine funnel £250 - £300
493 A Scottish provincial silver presentation goblet £100 - £150
494 A small collection of early 19th century Scottish provincial silver flatware £100 - £150
495 A small collection of Scottish provincial silver flatware £100 - £150
496 A George IV Scottish Fiddle pattern soup ladle £150 - £200
497 By the Isle of Mull Silver Co (Philip D A Campbell) £150 - £200
498 A set of six George III Scottish provincial silver Old English pattern teaspoons £100 - £150
499 A set of six George III Scottish silver Celtic-point pattern basting spoons £650 - £750
500 A George III Scottish silver sugar bowl £300 - £400
501 A George II Scottish silver teapot £300 - £400
502 An early Victorian Scottish silver agricultural bowl £200 - £300
503 A collection of antique Irish silver Celtic pattern flatware £150 - £200
504 A collection of seven antique Irish silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoon £250 - £300
505 A matched set of eighteen Victorian Irish silver Fiddle pattern teaspoons £250 - £300
506 A George III Irish silver Fiddle pattern fish slice £150 - £200
507 An Irish silver teapot £400 - £450
508 A Victorian Irish silver pyx box £100 - £150
509 A pair of modern Irish silver three-light candelabra £600 - £800
510 A large Victorian Irish silver-mounted glass claret jug / ewer. £1,000 - £1,500
511 A mid 18th century Irish silver two-handled cup and cover £1,000 - £1,500
512 A set of four mid-18th century Irish candlesticks £4,000 - £6,000
513 A George II Irish silver coffee pot £5,000 - £7,000
514 A Charles I silver Seal-top spoon £1,000 - £1,500
515 A James I silver Seal-top spoon £1,000 - £1,500
516 A Charles I Sussex silver Seal-top spoon £200 - £300
517 A Charles I silver Apostle spoon £2,000 - £3,000
518 A Charles II silver Flame-back Trefid spoon £500 - £700
519 A William III silver Trefid fork £400 - £600
520 A pair of Queen Anne silver Dog-nose spoons £200 - £300
521 A set of four Queen Anne Silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoons £400 - £600
522 A pair of William III silver Dognose spoons £200 - £300
523 A late 18th century Dutch silver fish slice £150 - £200
524 A set of six 18th century silver spoons £800 - £1,200
525 A George III silver serving trowel £500 - £700
526 An early 18th century agate handled knife and silver fork £300 - £400
527 A pair of James I silver Apostle spoons £4,000 - £6,000
528 A pair of James I silver Apostle spoons £4,000 - £6,000
529 A pair of 17th century West Country silver Apostle spoons £5,000 - £7,000
530 A James I silver Apostle spoon £2,000 - £3,000
531 A 17th century provincial silver Apostle spoon £2,000 - £3,000
532 An Elizabeth I silver Seal-top spoon £1,000 - £1,500
533 A rare Mary Tudor silver Wrythen Knop silver spoon £5,000 - £7,000
534 A Charles I West Country silver Buddha Knop spoon £2,500 - £3,500
535 A James II silver Trefid fork £400 - £600
536 A Queen Anne Dog-nose fork £200 - £300
537 A collection of four George III silver marrow scoops £300 - £400
538 A collection of six silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoons £150 - £200
539 A collection of twelve George II and George III silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoons £300 - £500
540 A collection of four George III silver marrow scoops £300 - £400
541 A set of six George III silver Old English pattern tablespoons £150 - £200
542 A set of twelve 18th century Dutch silver Hanoverian pattern dessert forks £600 - £800
543 A collection of seven George II and George III silver Hanoverian pattern table forks £300 - £500
544 A collection of silver tablespoons £300 - £400
545 A collection of three early 18th century silver Dog-nose spoons £200 - £300
546 A pair of Charles I silver Seal-top spoons £2,000 - £3,000
547 A Charles I silver Slip-top spoon £1,000 - £1,500
548 A Charles I silver Slip-top spoon £1,000 - £1,500
549 A Commonwealth silver Slip-top spoon £1,000 - £1,500
550 A Commonwealth silver Slip-top spoon £1,000 - £1,500
551 A Charles I silver Slip-top spoon £1,000 - £1,500
552 A Charles I silver Slip-top spoon £1,000 - £1,500
553 A Charles I silver Slip-top spoon £1,000 - £1,500
554 A Charles I silver Slip-top spoon £1,000 - £1,500
555 A pair of Elizabeth I silver Slip-top spoons £5,000 - £8,000
556 A 15th century Diamond-point spoon £5,000 - £7,000
557 A pair of Elizabeth I silver seal-top spoons £6,000 - £8,000
558 A Charles I tentatively ascribed West Country silver Seal-top spoon £2,000 - £3,000
559 A James I/ Charles I unascribed provincial silver Seal-top spoon £1,000 - £1,500
560 An Elizabeth I silver-gilt Seal-top spoon £2,000 - £3,000
561 A Commonwealth silver Seal-top spoon £1,000 - £1,500
562 A Charles I West Country silver Apostle spoon £2,000 - £3,000
563 A Commonwealth West Country Apostle spoon £1,500 - £2,000
564 Two similar Charles II unascribed West Country Apostle spoons £1,800 - £2,200
565 A Commonwealth silver Apostle spoon £2,500 - £3,000
566 An Edward VI silver Apostle spoon £6,000 - £8,000
567 A Henry VIII silver Apostle spoon £8,000 - £10,000
568 A James I silver Apostle spoon £3,000 - £4,000
569 An Elizabeth I silver Maidenhead spoon £400 - £600
570 A fine pair of Henry VIII silver Apostle spoons £15,000 - £20,000
571 A rare Elizabeth I provincial Apostle Spoon £6,000 - £8,000
572 A rare Elizabeth I provincial silver Apostle spoon £10,000 - £15,000
573 A fine Henry VIII silver Apostle spoon £15,000 - £20,000
574 Napoleon Bonaparte £3,000 - £5,000
575 By Sybil Dunlop (1889-1968) £1,500 - £2,500
576 By Jean Emile Puiforcat £600 - £800
577 By Wakely and Wheeler £2,000 - £3,000
578 By Joyce Himsworth £500 - £700
579 λBy Otto Prutscher for the Weiner Werkstätte £10,000 - £15,000
580 By Harold Stabler £2,000 - £3,000
581 By Charles Boyton £1,500 - £2,000
582 By Omar Ramsden £3,000 - £4,000
583 By Omar Ramsden £1,500 - £2,000
584 By Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr £1,500 - £2,000
585 By Omar Ramsden £300 - £400
586 By Nelson Dawson £800 - £1,200
587 By The Artificers' Guild £300 - £500
588 By George Hart for The Guild of Handicraft £100 - £150
589 By The Bideford School of Arts & Crafts £200 - £300
590 An Art Deco silver beaker £200 - £300
591 By Liberty and Co. £400 - £600
592 By Liberty and Co £600 - £800
593 By William Hutton and Sons Limited £200 - £300
594 A pair of modern Mexican three-light candelabra £800 - £1,200
595 A silver Art Deco cream jug and sugar bowl £100 - £150
596 By J.K. Baily £600 - £800
597 A pair of modern silver goblets £300 - £400
598 The Silver Society £200 - £300
599 By Anthony Elson £100 - £150
600 By Bruce Russell £100 - £150
601 By James Dougall £100 - £150
602 By James Dougall £300 - £400
603 By Stuart Devlin £150 - £200
604 A German silver-overlay glass jug £100 - £150
605 A silver bowl in the Georg Jensen manner £500 - £700
606 By Asprey Limited £600 - £800
607 A French Art Nouveau silver hand mirror £300 - £400
608 By Graham Watling £200 - £300
609 Designed by Angela Conner for The Barker Ellis Silver Company Limited £6,000 - £8,000
610 A modern silver model of the Flying Horse of Gansu £800 - £1,200
611 A Victorian silver swing-handled sugar basket and cream jug £300 - £400
612 A three-piece silver tea set £400 - £600
613 An Edwardian set of six silver tot cups £150 - £200
614 The Worshipful Company of Salters £600 - £800
615 A Victorian silver Chinoiserie mustard pot £300 - £400
616 A matched set of four modern cast silver-gilt salt cellars £400 - £600
617 An Edwardian silver tea caddy £150 - £200
618 An Edwardian silver caddy £100 - £150
619 A pair of late-Victorian silver small coffee pots £150 - £200
620 A matched pair of Edwardian silver waiters £200 - £300
621 A late 19th century continental silver tea caddy £500 - £700
622 A George II provincial presentation silver beaker £250 - £300
623 A George II silver waiter £200 - £300
624 A Victorian silver inkstand £300 - £400
625 A large Victorian presentation silver goblet £200 - £300
626 A large Victorian presentation silver goblet £80 - £120
627 A Victorian presentation silver two-handled cup and cover £150 - £200
628 A George IV agricultural silver presentation goblet £100 - £150
629 A Victorian presentation silver goblet £150 - £200
630 A Victorian silver two-handled cup and cover £800 - £1,200
631 The Worshipful Company of Vintners £200 - £300
632 A pair of cast silver candlesticks £400 - £500
633 A George I silver chamber stick £200 - £300
634 A George III silver chamber stick £150 - £200
635 A George III silver-gilt beaker £1,000 - £1,500
636 A George III provincial silver mug £600 - £800
637 A George II silver mug £200 - £300
638 A George II provincial silver tumbler cup £400 - £600
639 A Victorian silver-mounted clear glass jug £80 - £120
640 A modern silver decanter stand and port decanter £100 - £150
641 A William IV silver-mounted harvest jug £200 - £300
642 A modern silver ewer and four goblets £800 - £1,200
643 A late-Victorian silver-mounted cut-glass claret jug £500 - £700
644 A George III silver salver £600 - £800
645 A pair of Victorian silver candlesticks £400 - £600
646 An Edwardian silver salver £500 - £700
647 A George III silver salver and matching waiter £1,000 - £1,500
648 A pair of modern silver candlesticks £600 - £800
649 A George III silver salver £700 - £900
650 A matched set of four modern silver candlesticks £400 - £600
651 A silver salver £200 - £300
652 A George III silver salver £200 - £300
653 A pair of modern silver three-light candelabra £700 - £900
654 A George III silver agricultural trophy mug £100 - £150
655 A silver two-handled bowl £200 - £300
656 A pair of George II silver sauce boats £800 - £1,200
657 A George II silver waiter £150 - £200
658 A Russian silver and plique-à-jour enamel double cup £1,500 - £2,000
659 A Chinese silver two-handled bowl £400 - £600
660 A Victorian silver centre-piece £1,500 - £2,000
661 Designed by Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen £1,000 - £1,500
662 A George II silver two-handled cup and cover £5,000 - £7,000
663 λA George III silver tea urn £3,000 - £4,000
664 A George III silver meat dish and old Sheffield plated meat dish cover £2,000 - £3,000
665 A George IV silver-gilt novelty monkey mustard pot and associated spoon £6,000 - £8,000
666 A George III silver salver £600 - £800
667 A George III silver mug £700 - £900
668 A George III silver waiter £150 - £200
669 A George III silver waiter £150 - £200
670 A set of four George II silver candlesticks £2,000 - £3,000
671 A George III silver tea caddy £600 - £800
672 A pair of George III silver two-handled wine coolers £10,000 - £15,000
673 A Charles II silver two-handled porringer £2,000 - £3,000
674 A George I silver two-handled cup £400 - £600
675 A pair of William III silver candlesticks £7,000 - £9,000
676 A George IV silver travelling inkwell £200 - £300
677 A George III silver bougie box £200 - £300
678 A George III silver nutmeg grater £400 - £600
679 A pair of George III silver wine labels £300 - £400
680 A George IV silver vinaigrette £250 - £300
681 A late 19th century Russian silver tot cup £60 - £80
682 A George III silver bougie box £100 - £150
683 A George III silver double-snuff box £300 - £500
684 A pair of small George III silver scissor snuffers £100 - £150
685 A 19th century continental silver wine taster £100 - £150
686 A small collection of three 19th century French silver wine tasters £300 - £400
687 A George III silver wine funnel stand £100 - £150
688 A collection of silver flatware £250 - £300
689 A collection of 18th century silver Hanoverian teaspoons £400 - £600
690 A collection of fifteen George II and George III silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoons £400 - £600
691 A set of eleven mid 18th century silver Hanoverian pattern teaspoons £150 - £250
692 A set of twelve George II silver Hanoverian pattern dessert spoons £300 - £500
693 A set of twelve George III Scottish Oar pattern toddy ladles £300 - £500
694 A pair of George III Scottish toddy ladles £150 - £200
695 A pair of George III silver-gilt Fiddle £150 - £200
696 A George I silver marrow scoop £250 - £300
697 A George III silver Bright-cut sauce ladle £200 - £300
698 A George III silver Hanoverian pattern straining spoon £100 - £150
699 A pair of George III Irish silver Feather-edge pattern asparagus tongs £300 - £400
700 A pair of George II silver sauce boats £600 - £800
701 A Queen Anne silver two-handled porringer £300 - £500
702 A George III silver sauce boat £100 - £150
703 A late 17th / early 18th century silver two-handled tot cup £400 - £600
704 A George I silver tumbler cup £400 - £600
705 A George III silver tumbler cup £300 - £400
706 A George I silver tumbler cup £200 - £300
707 A late 17th century small silver tumbler cup £150 - £200
708 A George III silver dish cross heater £250 - £300
709 A George III silver brandy pan £200 - £300
710 A George III silver wax jack £400 - £600
711 A George III silver salver £250 - £300
712 A George III silver argyle £800 - £1,200
713 A George II silver two-handled lemon strainer £300 - £500
714 A George II silver waiter £150 - £200
715 A George II silver cream jug £200 - £300
716 A George II silver Hanoverian pattern basting spoon £500 - £700
717 A George II silver Hanoverian pattern basting spoon £500 - £700
718 A George I silver Hanoverian pattern basting spoon £500 - £700
719 A William III silver sucket fork/spoon £400 - £600
720 A large George II silver Hanoverian pattern basting spoon £1,000 - £1,500
721 A George III silver serving trowel £300 - £400
722 A George III silver Old English Military Thread and Shell pattern basting spoon £400 - £600
723 A George II silver two-handled cup £500 - £700
724 A George I Irish silver footed tazza £2,000 - £3,000
725 A pair of George II silver taper sticks £800 - £1,200
726 A graduated pair of George II silver sifting spoons £600 - £800
727 A matched George III silver-gilt Old English pattern dessert service £1,000 - £1,500
728 A George III silver-gilt Onslow pattern sugar sifting spoon £100 - £150
729 A George III silver lemon strainer £300 - £500
730 A George III two-handled silver lemon strainer £300 - £400
731 A George III silver bun caster £60 - £80
732 A George III silver caster £200 - £300
733 A pair of Queen Anne / George I silver trencher salt cellars £200 - £300
734 A George III silver wine funnel £200 - £300
735 A pair of George II silver pedestal trencher salt cellars £600 - £800
736 A set of four George I silver trencher salt cellars £1,000 - £1,500
737 A George II silver kitchen pepper pot £300 - £400
738 A small collection of four George I/II silver casters £400 - £600
739 A George III silver caddy spoon £100 - £150
740 An early 19th century silver Fiddle pattern fish slice £150 - £200
741 A pair of George III silver asparagus tongs £100 - £150
742 A George III presentation silver fish slice £80 - £120
743 A matched set of six mid 18th century silver Hanoverian pattern picture-back spoons £200 - £300
744 A George III silver Fiddle £300 - £500
745 A small collection of George III silver meat and poultry skewers £300 - £400
746 A George I silver marrow scoop £200 - £300
747 A George II silver mug £250 - £300
748 A George I silver sugar caster £300 - £500
749 A William III silver caster £600 - £800
750 A George III silver five-bottle cruet frame £300 - £400
751 A set of four George I silver trencher salt cellars £1,500 - £2,000
752 A George I silver sugar bowl and cover £1,000 - £1,500
753 A George II silver teapot £300 - £400
754 An early 18th century silver footed waiter £300 - £500
755 A pair of Queen Anne silver Dog-nose spoons £300 - £400
756 A Charles II silver child's Trefid spoon £200 - £300
757 A Charles II silver Lace-back Trefid spoon £600 - £800
758 A pair of Charles II silver Lace-back Trefid spoons £400 - £600
759 A Charles II silver Lace-back Trefid spoon £400 - £600
760 A pair of James II silver Trefid spoons £600 - £800
761 A George II silver kitchen pepper pot £300 - £400
762 A George I silver sugar caster £250 - £300
763 A George I silver kitchen pepper pot £300 - £400
764 A George I silver sugar caster £400 - £600
765 A George II silver tot cup £250 - £300
766 A George I small silver cup £300 - £500
767 A George I silver tot cup £200 - £300
768 A George II silver small mug / tot cup £400 - £600
769 A George I silver chocolate pot £1,000 - £1,500
770 A George II silver coffee pot £1,000 - £1,500
771 A George II silver swing-handled basket £5,000 - £7,000
772 A set of four George II cast silver candlesticks £2,000 - £3,000
773 A George II silver two-handled cup £700 - £900
774 A suite of three Queen Anne silver sugar casters £2,000 - £3,000
775 A Queen Anne silver taper stick £500 - £700
776 A George I silver taper stick £400 - £600
777 A George II silver taper stick £500 - £700
778 A George II silver taper stick £300 - £500
779 A William III silver two-handled Monteith bowl £6,000 - £8,000
780 A George III Scottish provincial silver two-handled quaich £1,000 - £1,500
781 A James I silver wine cup £4,000 - £6,000
782 A Charles II silver two-handled porringer £2,000 - £3,000