Sale: Silver

Wednesday 19th October 2005 10:00AM

837 lots in this sale

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

Lot Description Estimate Hammer
1 A George III navette shaped box £700 - £900 £520
2 A George III rounded oblong example £700 - £800 £750
3 A George III egg £350 - £400 £1300
4 A George III barrel £500 - £600 £350
5 A George III oval with pricked borders £600 - £800 £480
6 A George III plain cylindrical example £300 - £350 £220
7 A George III oval £400 - £500 £500
8 A George III canted oblong box £600 - £700 £580
9 A George III oblong box £700 - £900 £1300
10 A George III navette shaped example £600 - £800 £650
11 A George III oval £400 - £600 £550
12 A George III/IV canted oblong box £600 - £700 £650
13 A George III squat cylindrical nutmeg grater £300 - £400 £600
14 A George III cylindrical example 0-0 £550
15 A George III cylindrical grater £1,200 - £1,400 £1800
16 A George IV Scottish tubular example £1,500 - £2,000 £1400
17 A George III plain egg £300 - £400 £340
18 A William and Mary/William III teardrop £1,000 - £1,500 £1100
19 A George III egg £400 - £500 £650
20 A George III rounded oblong box £800 - £1,000 £820
21 A William IV tubular oval example £700 - £800 £750
22 A rare George III Scottish oval nutmeg grater £1,700 - £2,000 £1000
23 A George III barrel £400 - £600 £720
24 A George III oval box £500 - £700 £700
25 A George III plain navette shaped example £700 - £800 £600
26 A George III small cylindrical grater £350 - £400 £520
27 A late 17th/early 18th century tear drop nutmeg grater £800 - £1,200 £750
28 A George III oval nutmeg grater £800 - £1,200 £1700
29 A George III oblong box £600 - £800 £750
30 A rare Old Sheffield plated nutmeg grater £250 - £300 £400
31 A George III bright engraved urn £1,200 - £1,600 £2400
32 A George III nutmeg grater of classical urn form £1,500 - £2,000 £2000
33 A rare George III Irish nutmeg grater £1,200 - £1,600 £1300
34 A rare George III urn shaped grater £600 - £800 £1700
35 A George III bright engraved box £1,200 - £1,500 £1100
36 A George III oval nutmeg grater £800 - £1,000 £1300
37 A rare George III Irish nutmeg grater £1,700 - £2,000 £4000
38 A George III navette shaped nutmeg grater £1,000 - £1,500 £850
39 A George III drum shaped grater £800 - £1,200 £2400
40 A George III/IV plain oblong grater £600 - £800 £350
41 A George III chased urn £500 - £700 £950
43 A George III oblong box £800 - £1,000 £600
44 A George II decorated acorn £800 - £1,000 £950
45 A William and Mary/William III tear drop £1,200 - £1,400 £2200
46 A George II acorn £400 - £500 £650
47 An early George II tubular example £800 - £1,200 £1200
48 A George III mounted cowrie shell grater £1,500 - £2,000 £3200
49 A Victorian provincial nutmeg grater £600 - £800 £3600
50 A George IV oblong box £900 - £1,000 £1000
51 A Victorian novelty example £1,500 - £2,000 £1700
52 A George III urn shaped nugmeg grater £500 - £600 £620
53 A George IV cylindrical nutmeg grater £1,500 - £2,000 £950
54 A William and Mary teardrop £2,500 - £3,000 £1900
55 A William and Mary octagonal grater of tubular form £1,200 - £1,600 £2600
56 A William III plain tubular example £800 - £1,000 £400
57 A rare George III boat shaped example £2,000 - £2,500 £3400
58 A William and Mary/William III tubular grater; £1,000 - £1,500 £1600
59 A late 18th century bright engraved tubular example £1,500 - £2,000 £1700
60 A William IV kitchen nutmeg grater £1,000 - £1,500 £2200
61 A rare Victorian novelty nutmeg grater £2,000 - £2,500 £7400
62 A Victorian naturalistic nutmeg grater £1,200 - £1,600 £2100
63 A William and Mary/William III tubular grater £2,000 - £2,500 £1800
64 An extremely rare James II small tubular example £4,000 - £6,000 £3400
65 A rare George IV small Scottish nutmeg grater £1,000 - £1,300 £2600
66 A rare George III provincial kitchen nutmeg grater £1,000 - £1,500 £2600
67 A Victorian Naturalistic example £1,500 - £2,000 £1700
68 A rare George III provincial oval nutmeg grater £1,200 - £1,600 £2000
69 A Victorian lobed nutmeg grater £1,500 - £2,000 £2300
70 A rare and important cartouche shaped box £6,000 - £8,000 £11500
100 A rare and important cartouche shaped box £30 - £50 £55
101 Rittmeyer £70 - £90
102 Currier £60 - £80 £50
103 Jewellery Interest £20 - £30 £30
104 Read £80 - £100 £60
105 Elwell £100 - £120 £90
105A A rare 18th century pattern book £500 - £600 £2100
106 How £500 - £600 £480
107 Fossberg Jorunn £30 - £40 £100
108 Bohan P. and Hammerslough P. £100 - £150
109 Hall Pleasants £100 - £150 £90
110 Milby £40 - £60
111 Hartop £30 - £40 £25
112 Phillips £120 - £150 £200
113 Finlay £40 - £50
114 Gill £70 - £90 £140
115 Gill £60 - £80 £90
116 Sjire. David S. £30 - £40 £45
117 Chaffers £40 - £50
118 Cutten £80 - £100
119 Oman £80 - £120 £80
120 Llewellyn Jewitt and Hope W.H.St John £200 - £250
121 Starkie £150 - £200
122 Welz £40 - £60 £55
123 Losel £50 - £60 £50
124 Danske Solvmaerker in three volumes £100 - £150
125 Czihak E.V £60 - £80 £50
126 Czihak E.V £40 - £50 £60
127 Penzer £60 - £80 £55
128 Penzer N.M £30 - £50 £55
129 Miles £30 - £40 £80
130 Rupert £80 - £120 £75
131 Rupert £250 - £300
132 Sweeney T. £40 - £60 £50
133 Houart £50 - £70 £45
134 Findlater J. and Willis P. £50 - £70 £50
135 Barr £20 - £30 £30
136 Bodman Carrington £120 - £150
137 E.A. Jones £80 - £100 £60
138 Two German titles: £70 - £90
139 Thorpe £60 - £80 £70
140 Jones £100 - £150
141 Gardner £400 - £500
142 ARGENTOR - the journal of the National Jewellers Association; £50 - £60 £50
143 ARGENTOR - the journal of the National Jewellers Association; £100 - £150 £90
144 A trade catalogue £50 - £100 £200
145 A Trade Catalogue £50 - £100 £190
146 A Trade Catalogue £50 - £100 £170
147 Ellis £30 - £40 £35
148 Crosby Forbes £100 - £150 £240
149 Crosby Forbes £500 - £600 £500
150 Fries Zilver £50 - £60 £50
151 Taylor. G\cf2 £30 - £50 £25
152 Voet E. Jnr. £60 - £80 £50
153 John Fawdrey: £1,000 - £1,200
153A Bradbury £50 - £60
154 Rupert £60 - £80
155 Martin £80 - £100
156 Four volumes relating to snuff £120 - £160 £160
157 Jewels and plate of Queen Elizabeth I £30 - £40 £45
158 Rosenberg £80 - £120
159 Catalogues/publications: £60 - £80 £50
160 Hungerford Pollen J. £200 - £250
161 Rupert £70 - £80
162 Rupert, C.G: 0-0
163 Six spoon-related titles: £60 - £80
164 How £550 - £600
165 Some Silver Wrought by the Courtauld Family of London Godsmiths in the Eighteenth Century £150 - £200 £130
166 Sotheby & Co: £70 - £80
167 Dent £80 - £120
168 Cambridge Plate £20 - £30
169 Greenwood £60 - £80
170 Seven volumes on Church plate and four catalogues/pamphlets: £100 - £120 £130
171 Jones £30 - £40 £35
172 An Interesting framed bill of sale detailing spoons & flatware £250 - £300 £250
173 An Interesting framed bill of sale detailing spoons & flatware £4,000 - £6,000 £4000
179 A Victorian caddy apostle caddy spoon £60 - £80 £100
180 A Victorian caddy spoon £50 - £60 £55
181 A modern parcel gilt caddy scoop £100 - £120 £130
182 By A.E.Jones £100 - £150 £140
183 A cased set of six silvergilt Art Deco teaspoons £30 - £50 £55
184 A cased set of six late Victorian teaspoons £30 - £50 £85
185 A cased set of six modern teaspoons £30 - £40 £45
186 A modern cased set of eight lion sejant teaspoons £30 - £50 £55
187 A modern cased set of six teaspoons £30 - £40 £65
188 A William IV leaf caddy spoon £150 - £160 £160
189 A George III caddy shovel £20 - £30 £15
190 A cased set of six Edwardian silvergilt teaspoons £30 - £40 £60
191 By Liberty & Co: £240 - £260 £300
192 By A.E.Jones £250 - £300 £400
193 By Hester Bateman £150 - £200 £240
194 A George III filigree work caddy spoon £120 - £150 £220
195 A Victorian double-ended medicine spoon £100 - £150 £120
196 A modern 18ct gold double-ended medicine spoon £170 - £200 £300
197 A Victorian double-ended medicine spoon £100 - £150 £100
198 A pair of George IV/William IV Scottish Provincial fiddle toddy ladles £120 - £150 £200
199 Three George III Scottish Provincial teaspoons £150 - £170 £150
200 Two similar late Victorian small toddy ladles £120 - £150
201 A George III Scottish toddy ladle £70 - £90 £110
202 A Victorian ornate fish serving knife and fork £300 - £400 £820
203 A rare set of twelve George III Scottish Provincial teaspoons £200 - £250 £320
204 A mid 19th century novelty toasting fork £200 - £250
205 A George III Scottish £600 - £700
206 Early 19th century flatware and cutlery contained in three £300 - £350 £400
207 A late Victorian part service of Old English pattern flatware: £250 - £300 £380
208 A Victorian cases set of twelve apostle teaspoons and a pair of sugar tongs £100 - £150 £120
209 A pair of George III cast arm sugar tongs £20 - £30 £45
210 A James I seal top spoon £600 - £800
211 A George II Hanoverian tablespoon £20 - £30 £25
212 Four assorted pairs of George III bright cut sugar tongs £80 - £100 £90
213 A George II North country punch ladle £300 - £400
214 A George II punch ladle £150 - £160 £130
215 A set of six George III Scottish fiddle teaspoons £100 - £140 £130
216 An early 18th century two prong sweetmeat fork £60 - £80 £60
217 A set of six Victorian silvergilt £100 - £150 £120
218 A mixed lot of assorted flatware £100 - £130 £240
219 A pair of Queen Anne wavy-end or dognose tablespoons £200 - £250 £320
220 A Victorian cased pair of engraved fish servers £200 - £250 £180
221 Two similar George III miniature or toy spoons £100 - £150 £100
222 A pair of George I/II andiron £300 - £400 £300
223 Three pairs of sugar nips: £150 - £200 £180
224 A pair of small Victorian salt spoons £50 - £80
225 By A.E. Jones: £400 - £500
226 A George III bright cut caddy spoon £120 - £150 £170
227 Three Victorian sugar scoops of mixed designs £100 - £150 £140
228 Three pairs of Hanoverian rattail pattern tablespoons and a single tablespoon: £300 - £350 £450
229 A William IV fiddle tablespoon £10 - £20 £22
230 A 19th century unascribed tablespoon £50 - £80 £60
231 A Queen Ann/George I wavy end teaspoon £70 - £80
232 A pair of early 19th century Russian sugar tongs £60 - £80 £70
233 A William & Mary trefid spoon £200 - £250 £340
234 Channel Isles: £150 - £200 £200
235 A pair of William IV Scottish provincial tablespoons £500 - £600
236 A George III Irish fiddle strainer spoon £200 - £250 £400
237 A William IV Scottish Provincial soup ladle £250 - £300 £360
238 A William IV Scottish Provincial fiddle pattern soup ladle £250 - £300
239 A set of six William IV Scottish Provincial table forks £200 - £250 £340
240 A set of six George III Scottish tablespoons £250 - £300
241 A set of six William IV Scottish Provincial fiddle tablespoons £500 - £600
242 A pair of George III unascribed Old English pattern basting spoons £200 - £250 £300
243 An early 19th century Scottish provincial unascribed fiddle teaspoon £90 - £100 £120
244 A William IV Scottish provincial fiddle teaspoon £80 - £90
245 A rare George IV Scottish provincial oar pattern teaspoon £300 - £350 £300
246 A William IV Scottish provincial fiddle teaspoon £80 - £100 £100
247 A George IV/William IV Scottish provincial fiddle teaspoon £50 - £60
248 A George III Irish fiddle pattern basting spoon £100 - £150 £150
249 A George III Old English pattern basting spoon £200 - £250 £190
250 A late Victorian Scottish skean dhu £100 - £150
251 A George II Hanoverian pattern basting spoon £300 - £400 £480
252 A Queen Ann west country trefid spoon £200 - £250 £380
253 A William III ascribed West country £700 - £900 £950
254 A George I West country transitional tablespoon £200 - £250 £400
255 A Charles II trefid spoon £400 - £500 £600
256 A Victorian collected canteen of a rare "unknown"*pattern £1,500 - £2,000 £1850
257 Six George III Newcastle-made fiddle table forks £80 - £120 £100
258 Channel Isles: A 19th century fiddle tablespoon £50 - £60 £60
259 A pair of George III old English pattern basting spoons £120 - £160 £240
260 A George III old English thread pattern ladle £100 - £150 £140
261 A mixed lot of flatware: £150 - £200 £220
262 A George III fiddle basting spoon £80 - £100 £110
263 A mixed lot: £100 - £150 £320
264 A George III shell bowl spoon £80 - £100 £100
265 A George IV cased set of twelve pairs of dessert knives and forks £200 - £300 £190
266 By Omar Ramsden: £100 - £150 £160
267 A rare James I ascribed Cornish seal spoon £1,200 - £1,400 £1300
268 A pair of Victorian parcelgilt £30 - £40 £25
269 A set of four Victorian Scottish Provincial teaspoons £150 - £200
270 A Victorian bead and shell pattern sugar sifter ladle £60 - £80 £110
271 Victorian bead pattern flatware comprising: £200 - £220
272 An early George II rattail motespoon £150 - £250 £200
273 Two Victorian sugar sifter ladles; £60 - £80 £110
274 five Glasgow made fiddle table forks £70 - £100
275 Nine assorted butter knives £200 - £250
276 A Victorian part service of Kings Husk pattern flatware: £700 - £900 £1400
277 Nine assorted 17th century pewter spoons including one trefid £300 - £400 £820
278 A pair of Victorian Albert pattern sauce ladles £100 - £120 £130
279 A Victorian £140 - £160 £130
280 Six assorted pairs of sugar tongs; £100 - £130 £150
281 By Tiffany and Co £240 - £260 £250
282 A pair of Edwardian cast harlequin sugar nips £100 - £120
283 Regimental Interest: a George III Scottish fiddle tablespoon £50 - £60 £50
284 A pair of George III Old English pattern miniature or snuff spoons £70 - £90 £70
285 A set of twelve George II Scottish tablespoons £600 - £700
286 A pair of Victorian £40 - £60 £120
287 Two early 19th century Maltese £30 - £40 £25
288 A mixed lot of flatware: £100 - £150 £200
289 A Victorian fiddle dessert spoon £50 - £60
290 A Victorian stilton scoop £80 - £100 £240
291 A Middle Eastern 19th century parcel gilt ladle £80 - £120 £70
292 A set of six Victorian silvergilt pierced vine pattern teaspoons £200 - £250 £280
293 Two Irish fiddle toddy ladles £60 - £80 £140
294 A modern set of twelve poultry skewers £100 - £150 £200
295 A Charles I seal top spoon £400 - £500 £500
296 A James I ascribed west country apostle spoon £800 - £1,200 £1100
297 A commonwealth seal top spoon £600 - £800 £880
298 A mixed lot of twenty assorted spoons £100 - £150 £260
299 A set of six George IV fiddle thread and shell pattern dessert forks £100 - £120 £100
300 A pair of 18th century continental sugar nips £50 - £60 £50
301 A pair of George III/IV Scottish provincial sugar tongs £50 - £70 £50
302 Vintnerfs company: £50 - £60 £45
303 A William III ascribed West Country trefid spoon £200 - £300 £360
304 A Victorian Harlequin or matched canteen of Old English pattern flatware in a fitted oak box compris £800 - £1,200 £1300
305 A mixed lot of eighteen assorted small spoons (condiment or other) £150 - £200 £200
306 A pair of George III silvergilt grapeshears £250 - £300
307 A pair of George III Irish £60 - £80 £120
308 An interesting Scottish provincial fiddle teaspoon £20 - £30 £40
309 Twenty assorted 18th century fancy picture back teaspoons £200 - £250 £520
310 A William IV part service of Kings Husk pattern flatware:- £200 - £250 £360
311 By the Guild of Handicrafts: £40 - £60 £110
312 A James II trefid spoon £200 - £300 £320
313 A late Charles II trefid £200 - £300 £280
314 A Queen Anne wavy end or dognose tablespoon £250 - £300 £460
315 A James II trefid spoon £250 - £300 £420
316 Fortyfive 19th century and early 20th century items of flatware and cutlery £700 - £900
317 A commonwealth puritan spoon £500 - £600 £820
318 A small Roman spoon £400 - £500 £400
319 An extremely rare George I/II Irish provincial tablespoon £600 - £800 £5000
320 A mixed lot of flatware: £100 - £150 £140
321 Two 17th century spoons £200 - £250 £320
322 A George III mote spoon £100 - £130 £120
323 A Victorian Grecian pattern sugar spoon £20 - £30 £30
324 A George III apple corer £260 - £280 £260
325 A George III picture back teaspoon £150 - £170
326 Two George III Irish £90 - £100 £110
327 A set of three George III bead pattern tablespoons £60 - £80 £100
328 A pair of George III Irish £90 - £100 £120
329 A set of twelve American Queens pattern tableforks £80 - £100
330 A mixed lot:- £10 - £15 £55
331 A rare early Charles II inscribed puritan spoon £2,500 - £3,000 £2200
332 Seven assorted George II/III fancy back tablespoons £250 - £350 £320
333 A late Victorian cast spoon £50 - £70 £45
334 A pair of early 18th century sugar nips £100 - £150 £90
335 A pair of early 19th century basting spoon £120 - £150 £140
337 A set of six George III table forks £100 - £150 £140
338 A late 18th century condiment shovel £50 - £60 £45
339 A James II / Charles II unascribed provincial laceback trefid spoon £200 - £250 £380
340 A set of eighteen George III Hanoverian pattern dessert spoons £300 - £400 £420
341 A rare George II fancy front teaspoon £80 - £120 £120
342 A Queen Ann wavy end or dognose spoon £150 - £200 £130
343 A Queen Ann wavy end or dognose spoon £200 - £250 £300
344 A Queen Ann wavy end or dognose spoon £100 - £130
345 A William and Mary silver gilt trefid sweetmeat spoon £150 - £200 £240
346 A Queen Ann wavyend or dignose spoon £200 - £250 £180
347 A Charles II ascribed West country trefid spoon £500 - £600 £520
348 A William III lace back trefid spoon £300 - £500 £360
350 A James II trefid £100 - £150 £240
351 Channel Isles: £100 - £150 £240
352 A James I /Charles I ascribed West country seal top spoon £500 - £700 £640
353 An Elizabeth I ascribed West country seal top spoon £200 - £300 £200
354 A James I seal top spoon £400 - £500 £540
355 A James I ascribed West country seal top spoon £600 - £800 £940
356 A late Charles I ascribed West country seal top spoon £700 - £900 £1150
358 Six York-made fiddle dessert spoons £220 - £250 £200
359 A far eastern dagger £60 - £80
360 Irish interest: A pair of fiddle salt shovels £120 - £140 £140
361 George III fiddle thread and shell pattern dessert spoon and fork £20 - £30 £15
362 A George III picture back teaspoon £200 - £250
363 A pair of George II/III salt shovels £50 - £60 £45
364 Two George I wavy end tablespoons £200 - £250 £160
365 A pair of early 19th century close plated fiddle serving forks £30 - £50 £35
366 Channel Isles: an 18th century tablespoon £60 - £80 £220
367 A George III meat skewer £60 - £80 £140
368 A mixed lot: £50 - £60 £60
369 An interesting George III dessert spoon and fork £50 - £60 £160
370 Regimental interest: A George IV Kings pattern sugar sifter ladle £140 - £160 £140
371 A 19th Century Dutch folding spoon and fork combination £200 - £300 £300
372 Four Scandinavian spoons: £800 - £1,000 £1000
373 A set of II George III Old English pattern dessert spoons £250 - £300 £420
374 A Queen Ann ascribed West country trefids spoon £500 - £600 £450
375 An 18th century three pronged table fork £20 - £30 £110
376 A Charles II tentatively ascribed provincial trefid spoon £300 - £400 £280
377 A William III ascribed West Country trefid spoon £600 - £700
378 A George I / Queen Anne unascribed wavy end tablespoon £100 - £150
379 A George II punch ladle £250 - £300 £130
380 A pair of George III sugar tongs £60 - £80 £80
381 A George IV marrow scoop £80 - £120 £220
382 A pair of George III Old English pattern basting spoons £200 - £250 £240
383 A pair of George III engraved scissor action snuffers £150 - £200 £190
384 By R.E. Stone: £150 - £160
385 A James I tentatively ascribed West Country seal topspoon £800 - £1,000
386 A pair of Victorian grape shears £150 - £180 £190
387 A George IV childs picnic set £70 - £90 £100
387A A set of nine Victorian Old English pattern tableforks £120 - £150 £110
388 Six 19th century Danish fruit/dessert knives with thread pattern handles 0-0 £40
389 A William III ascribed West country trefid spoon £400 - £600 £400
390 A rare medieval acorn knop spoon with a faceted tapering stem and a pear shaped bowl £2,200 - £2,500 £1650
391 A Commonwealth seal top spoon £500 - £600
392 An interesting bronze £150 - £200
393 A George III triangular fish slice £1,400 - £1,600
394 A George II marrow spoon £250 - £300 £220
395 A Commonwealth/Charles II unascribed silvergilt seal top spoon £350 - £400 £640
396 A trefid spoon £100 - £150 £150
397 A William III unascribed trefid condiment spoon £100 - £200 £180
398 A Charles II trefid spoon £300 - £400 £940
399 A William and Mary ascribed West country trefid spoon £500 - £700 £540
400 A James I silver gilt ascribed West country seal top spoon £500 - £700 £1150
401 William III trefid spoon £300 - £400 £760
402 A Victorian novelty pencil £200 - £250 £260
403 Rowing interest: £170 - £200
404 By R. E. Stone: £100 - £120 £160
405 A mixed lot of assorted condiments: £150 - £200 £220
406 An Edwardian vase shaped sugar caster £60 - £80 £90
407 A 19th century sewing necessaire in a red Morocco leather case (hinge A/F) comprising: £150 - £200 £170
408 A late 19th / early 20 century Chinese hexagonal tea canister £100 - £150 £400
408A A late Victorian novelty vesta case £100 - £150 £300
409 A Victorian engine turned vinaigrette £80 - £120 £140
410 A late Victorian miniature or novelty pepper £80 - £120 £100
411 A 20th century French napkin clip £50 - £80
412 A late Victorian miniature or novelty gaming table £80 - £120 £90
413 A numbered set of six engraved late Victorian napkin rings £60 - £80 £130
414 An early Victorian pierced wine coaster £120 - £160 £420
415 A modern four piece circular teaset £300 - £400 £440
416 A George III oval teapot £100 - £150 £260
417 A small miscellaneous lot: £100 - £150 £170
418 A Victorian sugar basket and matching sifter ladle £600 - £800
419 Two 19th century French ivory sewing necessaires: £300 - £400 £380
420 A modern upright dressing table box £80 - £100 £140
421 A late Victorian mounted clear glass dressing table tray £60 - £80 £160
422 A George III pierced oval cruet frame £250 - £350 £220
423 A pair of Edwardian mounted glass whisky tots £50 - £80 £210
424 Two very similar pairs of George III wine coasters £1,700 - £2,000
425 Royal Naval Interest: £250 - £300
425A A late 19th century Indian Colonial goblet £70 - £80 £130
426 The Maharajahs Cup: £100 - £120 £90
427 A late Victorian nurses buckle £60 - £80
428 Royal Naval interest: two napkin rings £70 - £90 £130
429 A set of six Victorian embossed circular salts £600 - £800
430 A George III bright snuff box £200 - £250 £220
431 A pair of late period Old Sheffied Plated wine coasters £60 - £80 £65
432 A pair of late Victorian dwarf candlesticks £100 - £150 £90
433 A pair of William IV spectacles £100 - £150 £90
434 A modern crocodile skin dressing cased £200 - £300 £250
435 A George III baluster tea caddy £300 - £400 £420
436 A continental embossed oval box £100 - £150 £85
437 A George III swing handled sugar basket £250 - £300 £240
438 A modern Irish helmet cream jug and a matching sugar bowl £250 - £280 £280
439 A George III bright cut teapot £400 - £500
440 A George II cream jug £250 - £300 £290
441 A set of six George III small square dishes £200 - £250 £200
442 An ouzi silver bowl £100 - £150
443 General Strike Interest: £80 - £120 £80
444 A George III Scottish lemon strainer £500 - £600 £520
445 A Victorian silver gilt mounted £250 - £300 £260
446 A hoof-shaped metalware box £150 - £180 £300
447 A late 19th century Russian throne salt £400 - £600 £440
448 A modern mounted table or reception bell £600 - £800 £1700
449 A William IV / early Victorian novelty vinaigrette £100 - £130 £220
450 A 17th century pendant locket £100 - £150 £170
451 A George III pocket apple corer £300 - £400 £650
452 Two lancet cases: £250 - £300 £260
453 A George II mounted terrapin shell snuff box £150 - £200 £420
454 A George I cylindrical counterbox £250 - £300 £520
455 A Victorian gun-metal "perpetual roulette" game £50 - £80 £130
456 A late 19th century vesta case £100 - £150 £110
457 Four vinaigrettes; £300 - £400 £400
458 A George III tapering etui £250 - £300
459 A George III canted oblong vinaigrette £150 - £200 £240
460 A George IV pocket apple corer £150 - £180 £130
461 A George III wine funnel £400 - £450 £550
462 A Victorian barrel shaped caster or sander £150 - £200 £260
463 A late 17th century spice box £250 - £300 £1200
464 Two modern sovereign cases; £170 - £200 £300
465 A Norwegian enamelled vesta case £300 - £350
466 Two bosuns call; £200 - £250 £260
467 A mixed lot: £80 - £100 £120
468 A rare George III Irish provincial snuff box £600 - £800 £2200
469 A Charles II small circular box and cover £300 - £400 £340
470 A George III mounted and inlaid tortoiseshell etui £600 - £700 £800
471 A George III bright engraved oval tea caddy £1,200 - £1,400 £1400
472 A gold mounted mother of pearl paper knife £500 - £600
473 Five assorted small icons: £200 - £300 £250
474 A Victorian engraved bosuns call £200 - £250 £260
475 A George IV three piece teaset £600 - £800 £600
476 A small pomander in the form of a skull £300 - £350 £500
477 A matched pair of George III candlesticks with rising circular bases £2,500 - £3,000
478 An Edwardian £300 - £500 £520
479 A set of three George II casters; £1,500 - £1,800 £2100
480 Two cast German models of a medieval knight in armour; £800 - £1,000 £1400
480A A George III Biggin £200 - £250 £220
481 A George III cylindrical example £100 - £150 £90
482 A George III Scottish example £250 - £300 £750
483 A George III example £200 - £250
484 A George III oval example £250 - £300 £350
485 A George III oval example £200 - £300 £180
486 A George III rounded oblong example £150 - £200 £150
487 A George III provincial example £300 - £500 £800
488 A George III oval example £250 - £300 £260
489 A George III cylindrical example £170 - £200 £240
490 A George III cylindrical example £400 - £500 £1000
491 A George III oval example £250 - £300 £350
492 A George III pierced oval example £200 - £250 £350
493 A George III pierced cylindrical example £200 - £250 £350
494 A George III rounded oblong example £150 - £200 £200
495 A George III rounded oblong example £200 - £250 £240
496 A George III cylindrical example £300 - £400 £1500
497 A George III oval example £300 - £400 £600
498 A George III cylindrical example £250 - £300 £800
499 A George III example £180 - £220 £170
500 A George II squat cylindrical example £400 - £500 £1900
501 A George III urn shaped example £500 - £600 £2100
502 A George III pierced cylindrical example £250 - £300 £850
503 A George III cylindrical example £250 - £300
504 A George IIi cylindrical example £600 - £800 £1600
505 Two George II vase shaped pepperettes £300 - £350 £400
506 By Hester Bateman: £300 - £400 £550
507 A George III cream basket £250 - £300 £650
508 By Hester Bateman: A George III cream pail £400 - £500 £1700
509 A George III honey skep of conventional form £600 - £800 £4200
510 A George III cream pail £400 - £500 £1100
511 A Victorian vase shaped cream jug £80 - £100 £110
512 A late 19th / early 20th century Austrohungarian silvergilt and enamel bell push £120 - £150 £180
513 A Victorian cauldron salt £150 - £160 £130
514 A rare £1,400 - £1,600 £2300
515 A George III Irish quaiche £2,000 - £2,500
516 An Old Sheffield plated oval meat dish £200 - £250
517 A 19th century mounted coconut goblet £300 - £400 £1100
518 A George III lemon strainer £250 - £300 £400
519 A continental parcel gilt challice £1,500 - £2,000 £1500
520 A George III salver £600 - £800 £550
521 A matched or Harlequin £150 - £200 £400
522 A pair of George III wine coasters £400 - £500 £700
523 Eleven assorted telescope pencils £100 - £150 £450
524 A 19th century continental implement £50 - £100 £70
525 A modern square sovereign case £250 - £300 £800
526 A George III bright engraved oval teapot £200 - £250 £380
527 A modern Irish dish ring £600 - £800 £820
528 A set of four Edwardian dwarf candlesticks £150 - £200 £340
529 A George II baluster mug £250 - £300 £320
530 A modern Italian cigarette box £100 - £120 £90
531 By Stuart Devlin: £800 - £900 £1000
532 A pair of large Edwardian scroll knife rests £80 - £100 £200
533 An Edwardian campana shaped mug £80 - £100 £120
534 Two spirit flasks: £140 - £180 £220
535 A George II baluster mug £200 - £250 £320
536 A George IV squat circular teapot £200 - £250 £280
537 A pair of early 20th century mustard pots £170 - £200 £190
538 Three small tea caddies: £300 - £350 £420
539 A late Victorian embossed vesta case £100 - £150 £100
540 Edward VII £900 - £1,200 £1300
541 Victoria £55 - £80 £150
542 Miscellaneous Silver Coinage £45 - £60 £140
543 Edward VII £25 - £40 £50
544 Miscellaneous Coinage £60 - £80 £140
545 An engraved silver George IV Life Saving and Riddle Medal £250 - £300 £300
546 The Visit of King Victor Emmanuel of Sardinia to London £45 - £60 £85
547 The Visit of Kaiser Wilhelm II and the Empress Augusta Viktoria to London £50 - £70 £90
548 The Death of Edward VII 1910 £50 - £70 £55
549 Masonic Jewels £45 - £60 £50
550 The Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherds £30 - £50 £40
551 A Scottish Bagpipe Players Award £65 - £80 £130
552 Education £40 - £60 £40
553 A Victorian silver "Drill Prize" Badge £60 - £80 £20
554 Royal Norfolk & Suffolk Yacht Club £60 - £80 £70
555 The Silver Prize Medals awarded to the respected French Symbolist painter £180 - £220 £220
556 Decorative French Silver Medals £55 - £70 £30
557 The Paris £55 - £70
558 A silvered-bronze art-deco plaquette £70 - £90 £45
559 Enamelled Coin Jewellery £80 - £120 £120
560 Japan £80 - £120 £100
561 An American Silver Badge £120 - £150
562 The Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George to an Australian recipient £250 - £300 £320
563 The Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George to an Australian recipient £400 - £600 £650
564 A Great War group of four to an officer in the Indian Political Department £150 - £200 £400
565 A Ladies Military M.B.E. group of three £100 - £150 £120
566 A Ladies Military M.B.E. group of three £150 - £200 £150
567 World War I £25 - £50
568 The Most Honourable Order of the Bath £200 - £300 £270
569 The Most Honourable Order of the Bath £2,000 - £2,500 £3300
570 An Interesting Naval group of six Victorian miniature medals £300 - £500 £350
571 Imperial Service Medals £30 - £50 £30
572 A Crimea group of Three £350 - £500 £350
573 Queens South Africa medal £40 - £60 £70
574 Royal Naval Long Service and Good Conduct Medal £35 - £50 £40
575 World War I £45 - £60 £45
576 World War I £30 - £50 £40
577 World War I £120 - £150 £120
578 World War I £80 - £100 £60
579 World War I £35 - £60 £40
580 World War I £45 - £60 £50
581 World War I £40 - £60 £55
582 World War I £40 - £60 £55
583 World War I £45 - £60 £55
584 World War I £25 - £35 £35
585 World War I £50 - £70 £65
586 World War I £50 - £70 £85
587 World War I £40 - £60 £75
588 World War I £25 - £35 £40
589 World War I £65 - £80 £120
590 World War I £60 - £80 £70
591 World War I £50 - £70 £55
592 World War II £50 - £80 £110
593 World War II £60 - £80 £90
594 Miniature Medals £25 - £40 £50
595 Miniature Medals £30 - £50 £55
596 Police Medals £70 - £90 £60
597 Nottingham County £35 - £50 £35
598 Norfolk Artillery Volunteers £60 - £80 £90
599 Queens Westminster Volunteers 0-0 £45
600 Bravery at Sea £80 - £120 £130
601 Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society £150 - £200 £190
602 National Fire Brigade Union £50 - £70 £60
603 Norfolk Fire Brigade Association £45 - £60 £65
604 Germany £60 - £80 £120
605 Italy £40 - £60 £85
606 Netherlands £60 - £80 £110
607 Militaria £80 - £120 £90
608 Coldstream Guards £20 - £30 £30
609 Light Infantry £60 - £80 £160
610 Militaria £120 - £150 £130
611 A Victorian Scottish gold £150 - £170 £130
612 Militaria £80 - £120 £95
613 A Victorian "Royal Academy of Music Medal" £50 - £80
614 Militaria £50 - £80 £75
615 Edward VII £50 - £60 £45
616 Edward VII £200 - £300 £200
617 World Wars I and II £40 - £60 £210
618 World Wars I and II £1,500 - £2,000 £2400
619 A Second World War D.S.M. in a group of eight spanning both World Wars £800 - £1,200 £1200
620 A George III circular cruet frame £100 - £150 £180
621 A Victorian engraved snuff box £150 - £200
622 Three scent bottles £160 - £180
623 An Edwardian £150 - £200 £150
624 A pair of Old Sheffield plated wine coolers £400 - £600 £500
625 A George I lemon strainer £300 - £400 £720
626 A modern capson inkwell £150 - £200 £140
627 An old Sheffield plated snuffer tray £100 - £130
628 A George IV Irish cylindrical toilet box and cover £150 - £200 £520
629 A George III/IV mounted horn snuff mull £250 - £350 £220
630 A William IV book vinaigrette £120 - £160 £170
631 A continental silver gilt Pyx £500 - £600
632 A George III engraved oval mustard pot £100 - £150 £90
633 An Edwardian three piece teaset £400 - £500
634 A pair of late 19th century Chinese goblets £300 - £400 £860
635 A late 19th century Chinese dessert stand £100 - £200 £380
636 A George II suaceboat £150 - £180 £220
637 A modern mounted glass spirit flask £60 - £80 £150
638 An 18th century continental necessaire £500 - £600
639 A George III salver £150 - £200 £280
640 A George III pierced sugar vase £200 - £250 £260
641 Two late 19th century/early 20th century Swiss parcel gilt beakers £400 - £500 £380
642 An early Victorian four piece tea and coffee service £800 - £1,200 £820
643 Thorp Arch College: £100 - £150 £160
644 A small Edwardian part fluted coffee pot £80 - £100 £130
645 A modern mounted tortoiseshell timepiece £100 - £150
646 Two salvers: £250 - £300 £380
647 An Edwardian cylindrical biscuit box £150 - £200 £340
648 A modern helmet shaped ewer £200 - £250 £180
649 A small Edwardian £80 - £100
650 A pair of George II trencher salts £300 - £400
651 A pair of George III copper gilt sweetmeat dishes £150 - £180
652 A George III small provincial sauce boat £150 - £200 £140
653 Pierced condiments with blue glass liners: £200 - £250 £240
654 A large domed silver gilt brooch £150 - £200 £360
655 A large domed silver gilt brooch £200 - £300
656 A George III vinaigrette £140 - £160 £190
657 A pair of late Victorian mounted antler knife rests £60 - £80 £120
658 A George III thistle shaped pepper £50 - £80 £40
659 A pair of wine coasters £600 - £800 £1050
660 A William IV nutmeg grater £600 - £800 £580
661 A George III barrel shaped nutmeg grater £300 - £400 £260
662 A Victorian tubular nutmeg grater £600 - £800 £620
663 A George III nutmeg grater £500 - £700 £640
664 A George III rounded oblong nutmeg grater £300 - £350 £340
665 A late 17th century tubular nutmeg grater £700 - £900 £700
666 A William IV tubular nutmeg grater £500 - £600 £460
667 A George III cylindrical nutmeg grater £200 - £250 £240
668 A George III nutmeg grater of rounded oblong form £250 - £300 £280
669 A George III nutmeg grater £200 - £250 £240
670 A George III oval nutmeg grater £200 - £300 £240
671 A George III plain oval nutmeg grater £300 - £350 £320
672 A William IV Scottish nutmeg grater £400 - £500 £740
673 A late 17th century oval spice box £120 - £160 £400
674 A Victorian pendant jewel in the form of two crossed swords 0-0 £25
675 An Edwardian cast menu card holder £300 - £350 £720
676 A cased pair of George III mounted steel buckles £80 - £100
677 An early 19th century cut glass dish from an eperge £50 - £80 £45
678 A George III Scottish wine funnel £650 - £700 £660
679 A modern miniature tankard £100 - £150
680 A George IV drum mustard pot £250 - £300
681 A 19th century Indian mug £300 - £350 £300
682 A modern £100 - £150 £160
683 An early 20th century gold thimble £100 - £150 £220
684 A George II tapering coffee pot £600 - £800
685 A George II tapering coffee pot £100 - £150 £120
686 A George III engraved oval snuff box £400 - £500 £400
687 An Old Sheffield plated £40 - £60 £50
688 A George III navette wine label £100 - £120 £160
689 A George III georgette shaped wine label £70 - £80 £70
690 A George II plain PORT escutcheon wine label £180 - £220 £230
691 A George III scroll wine label £140 - £160 £150
692 A William IV Irish MADEIRA wine label £80 - £100 £120
693 A George III wine label £320 - £350 £320
694 A William IV vine leaf label £160 - £180 £400
695 A George III pair cased pocket watch £150 - £180 £320
696 A late Victorian embossed coffee pot £100 - £130 £320
697 A 17th century continental parcelgilt cup or wine taster £100 - £150 £260
698 A George III bright-engraved rattle £250 - £300 £380
699 A rare gold mounted curly horn snuff mull £1,000 - £1,500
700 A rare George IV Irish wine funnel £600 - £800
700A An 18th century mounted oval snuff box £200 - £250 £1050
701 A George III Irish waiter £200 - £300 £320
702 A small 18th century Scandinavian beaker £150 - £200 £130
703 A George IV boat shaped cruet frame £100 - £200 £400
704 A 19th century Dutch silver gilt brazier £100 - £150 £120
705 An Art Deco cigarette box £80 - £120 £70
706 A modern Irish sugar vase £100 - £150 £340
707 An Old Sheffield plated £100 - £150 £220
708 A set of five George III canted oblong sauce labels £200 - £250 £780
709 Seven sauce labels: £400 - £450 £600
710 A George III snuff box £200 - £250 £260
711 An Old Sheffield plated circular patch box £20 - £40 £40
712 A George III teapot £200 - £250 £180
713 A George III bright-engraved etui £150 - £200 £160
714 An 18th century gilt metal etui £50 - £60 £90
715 Two modern cigarette boxes £50 - £60 £60
716 An Edwardian novelty bookmark £30 - £40 £60
717 An early 18th century mother of pearl mounted scent flask £100 - £150 £120
718 A George III crescent wine label £60 - £80 £80
719 A George III crescent wine label £120 - £140 £120
720 Three Victorian £100 - £150 £90
721 A George III enclosed crescent wine label £100 - £120 £190
722 A George III set of three oblong wine labels £120 - £150 £150
723 A George III Scottish oblong wine label £120 - £140
724 A George IV Scottish cut-out letter wine label £120 - £140 £140
725 A George III canted oblong wine label £40 - £50 £70
726 Two pairs of George III rounded oblong sauce labels: £150 - £180 £840
727 Eight assorted modern fobs 0-0
728 A George III oblong snuff box £200 - £250 £190
729 A Victorian miniature cream jug £140 - £180
730 A Victorian vesta case £50 - £60
731 A 19th century plated mounted three drawer telescope £200 - £250
732 A George III mounted glass seal £80 - £120 £220
733 An early 19th century burrwood snuff box £250 - £300
734 An Edwardian pocket corkscrew £80 - £120 £100
735 A modern tapering hot water jug £200 - £250
736 A set of four late 19th century French £150 - £200
737 An Art Deco mounted timepiece £80 - £120 £140
738 A late 18th century small Swedish beaker £100 - £150 £110
739 A George III swing handled sugar basket £300 - £400 £440
740 An early George III Scottish sugar bowl £400 - £500
741 A late 19th century continental novelty pepperette £100 - £150 £100
742 A pair of Victorian parcel-gilt plated candlesticks £80 - £100 £80
743 An Edwardian mounted ivory page turner or paperknife £50 - £80 £110
744 A George III engraved teapot stand £100 - £150 £110
745 A pair of late Victorian silvergilt triform salts £250 - £300
746 A George II provincial cream jug £150 - £250 £300
747 Two 19th century Maltese mustard pots £200 - £300 £620
748 A gilt metal £120 - £150 £190
749 A set of four small Victorian circular salts £120 - £150
750 A set of four small Victorian circular salts £300 - £400
751 A fine and interesting modern silvergilt cup and cover £1,200 - £1,500
752 Scottish market: A modern mounted dirk £400 - £500 £400
753 A George IV silver mounted court sword £700 - £900 £720
754 A George III swing handled bread or cake basket £1,200 - £1,500
755 An unusual late 17th century mounted £600 - £800 £1450
756 A William IV inkstand £300 - £350 £260
757 Political interest: £300 - £400
758 A George III oval salver £300 - £400 £400
759 A decorative £60 - £80 £60
760 A modern slab-sides cigarette box £80 - £120 £90
761 A pair of late Victorian stork sugar nips £100 - £120 £170
762 An 18th century Scandinavian drinking cup £150 - £200 £400
763 A George III Scottish sauce boat £250 - £300
764 A George III wine funnel £850 - £900 £850
765 A George III Exeter marked cream jug £100 - £150 £120
766 A late Victorian inkstand £100 - £150 £120
767 A rare George III vinaigrette £500 - £600 £2600
768 A George III soy frame £150 - £200 £240
769 An interesting filigree casket £200 - £250 £400
770 A George IV ornate inkstand £500 - £600 £540
771 A large modern vase £100 - £120 £180
772 A modern cream jug £60 - £80 £130
773 A 19th century mounted antelope or buck horn toasting fork £150 - £200
774 A modern Canadian coffee pot £80 - £120 £140
775 A pair of early 19th century Old Sheffield maces £2,000 - £2,500 £2000
776 A pair of plated £30 - £40 £50
777 A George III snuff box £200 - £250
778 A George III wine funnel £650 - £700
779 A George III waiter £100 - £130 £170
780 A mid 19th century Russian engraved snuff box £100 - £150 £120
781 A Victorian quatrefoil shaped hand mirror £150 - £180 £150
782 A George III circular vinaigrette with a hinged cover £80 - £120 £150
783 Three late 18th century/early 19th century plated caparisons £10 - £20
784 A George IV snuffers stand £100 - £150 £90
785 An early 19th century Scandinavian hovedvansaeg £100 - £120
786 A George III provincial £80 - £100 £90
787 Bank of England Interest: £80 - £100
788 An early 19th century French parcelgilt and niellowork snuff box £80 - £100 £70
789 Caligraphic interest: £250 - £300 £420
790 A George III wine funnel £850 - £950 £850
791 A pair of Edwardian disc type menu holders £80 - £90 £80
792 A pair of George I mugs £700 - £900 £1550
793 A late 19th century Russian teapot £400 - £500
794 A George III bellied cream jug £80 - £120 £70
795 An 18th century continental pomander £180 - £200 £160
796 A George III cream jug £70 - £80 £110
797 A pair of 18th century continental salts £150 - £200
798 A snuff box £250 - £300
799 An Edwardian bell push £50 - £70
800 A Dutch oblong tobacco box £100 - £150 £140
801 A George III large helmet cream jug £250 - £300 £420
802 Two pairs of heart-shaped bon bon dishes; £100 - £150 £120
803 A George III wine funnel £550 - £600
804 An Edwardian reproduction of a pedestal cup - after the antique £80 - £120 £80
805 A late Victorian embossed Christening mug £60 - £80 £60
806 An Edwardian Britannia standard porringer £100 - £150 £180
807 Two late 19th century Russian throne salts with \i pan-slavic \i0 decoration £250 - £350 £380
808 A pair of George III ornate candlesticks £600 - £800 £740
809 A William IV small salver £150 - £200 £130
810 A pair of early George III cast candlesticks £1,500 - £1,800 £1900
811 A Victorian Scottish Argyle £200 - £300 £700
812 A pair of George III circular chambersticks £800 - £1,000 £1500
813 Six boxes including: £200 - £300 £290
814 An Edwardian embossed dressing table box £80 - £120 £140
815 A set of four Edwardian candlesticks £600 - £800 £1400
816 An Edwardian Kings pattern crumb scoop £60 - £80 £70
817 A rare George II/III Hanoverian £200 - £300 £280
818 A Victorian embossed dressing table box and cover £100 - £150 £100
819 A pair of George IV scissor action serving tongs £150 - £200 £280
820 A George III silvergilt serving spoon and fork £200 - £300 £220
821 A pair of George III silvergilt ice cream serving spades £400 - £500 £800
822 A George II silvergilt mote spoon £100 - £150 £130
823 A George III knife tray £500 - £700 £4300
824 A George III silvergilt marrow spoon £150 - £200 £190
825 A late 19th century Dutch embossed hot milk jug £80 - £100 £130
826 A Victorian small salver £80 - £120 £190
827 A George III baluster hot water jug £200 - £250 £200
828 A Victorian sandwich box £200 - £250 £400
829 A George III mounted saltglazed stoneware flagon £100 - £150 £220
830 Two George III mounted cut glass bowls £100 - £150 £180
831 A pair of George II silvergilt sugar nips £100 - £120 £220
832 Knives: £400 - £600 £2200
833 A pair of George III silvergilt £300 - £400 £360
834 Two pairs of George III sauceboats £800 - £1,000 £920
835 A pair of George II large sauceboats £700 - £900 £1350
836 Two matching pairs of George II/III cast sauce ladels £300 - £400 £500
837 A pair of George II cast sauce ladles £300 - £400 £360
838 A George III butter spade £100 - £150 £140
839 A pair of George III scissor action serving tongs £80 - £100 £100
840 By Paul Storr: £1,000 - £1,200 £2400
841 An interesting set of six George II silvergilt teaspoons £200 - £250 £300
842 A pair of George III butter shells £500 - £700 £1450
843 A set of three George III tumbler beakers £500 - £600 £1600
844 A pair and one small George II oval dish cover £1,500 - £1,800 £2200
845 Two matching sets of three George III wine coasters £3,000 - £4,000 £2800
846 A George III boat shaped cruet frame £300 - £400 £260
847 A George I tablebell £400 - £500 £1550
848 A George III navette-shaped cruet base £80 - £100 £80
849 Fiddle and thread pattern flatware: £250 - £300 £360
850 George III fiddle thread and shell pattern flatware: £2,000 - £3,000 £3800
851 A George III naturalistic soup tureen and cover £4,000 - £6,000 £19500
852 A George II shaped oval meat dish £250 - £300 £720
853 A George II shaped oval meat plate £250 - £300 £780
854 Two pairs of George III dinner plates £800 - £1,200 £1650
855 A set of three George III shallow circular vegetable dishes with drop ring handles £2,500 - £3,000 £3800
856 A set of four early George III entree dishes and covers £2,000 - £2,500 £2900
857 A George III globular teakettle £600 - £800 £680
857A A George III teapot £1,000 - £1,500 £960
858 A Queen Anne cup and cover £4,000 - £5,000 £5200
859 A George II cake basket £3,000 - £4,000 £5000
860 A pair of George III embossed tea caddies £2,000 - £2,500 £3900
861 A George III vase shaped hot water jug £1,500 - £2,000 £3600
862 A George III vase shaped hot water jug £700 - £900 £3000
863 A matched set of three George III/IV sugar vases £700 - £900 £800
864 A matched set of three George III/IV sugar vases £1,000 - £1,500 £3100
865 A late 18th century French silvergilt dessert service £2,000 - £2,500 £8400
866 An early Queen Anne inkstand £2,000 - £2,500 £2800
867 An early Queen Anne inkstand £50,000 - £60,000 £90000