Sale: Silver & Objects of Vertu - Day 2.

Thursday 23rd July 2020 10:00AM

427 lots in this sale

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

Lot Description Estimate Hammer
575 A William IV silver vinaigrette £100 - £150
576 A Victorian silver vinaigrette £100 - £150
577 A George III silver purse vinaigrette £250 - £300
578 A George III silver vinaigrette £80 - £120
579 A George IV silver-gilt vinaigrette £100 - £150
580 A George IV silver vinaigrette £100 - £150
581 A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette £100 - £150
582 A WiIliam IV silver vinaigrette £100 - £150
583 A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette £200 - £300
584 A WiIliam IV silver vinaigrette £150 - £200
585 A George III silver vinaigrette £100 - £150
586 A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette £250 - £300
587 A George III silver vinaigrette £400 - £600
588 A George III silver vinaigrette £200 - £300
589 A George III silver vinaigrette £100 - £150
590 A George III silver engraved vinaigrette £300 - £400
591 A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette £400 - £600
592 A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette £300 - £400
593 A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette £500 - £700
594 A George III silver engraved vinaigrette £300 - £500
595 A Victorian silver book vinaigrette £250 - £300
596 A George III silver engraved vinaigrette £400 - £600
597 A George III novelty silver bag vinaigrette £250 - £300
598 An early 19th century gold-mounted citrine vinaigrette £600 - £800
599 A George IV silver vinaigrette £200 - £300
600 A Victorian silver and agate vinaigrette £300 - £400
601 A Victorian silver engraved vinaigrette £300 - £400
602 A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette £100 - £200
603 A William IV silver vinaigrette £250 - £300
604 A George IV silver-gilt and bloodstone vinaigrette £250 - £300
605 A small collection of three 19th century silver vinaigrettes £200 - £300
606 A William IV silver vinaigrette £200 - £300
607 A Victorian silver-gilt mounted scent bottle vinaigrette £200 - £300
608 A George III silver-gilt scent bottle vinaigrette £100 - £150
609 A George III silver scent bottle vinaigrette £100 - £150
610 A George IV silver nutmeg grater £250 - £300
611 A George III silver nutmeg grater £200 - £300
612 A Victorian silver nutmeg grater £600 - £800
613 A George III silver nutmeg grater £700 - £900
614 A George III silver nutmeg grater £400 - £450
615 An Edwardian silver and enamel visiting card case £300 - £400
616 A continental silver and enamel cigarette case £200 - £250
617 A silver and enamel desk seal and stamp moistener £150 - £200
618 A rare silver and enamel ladybird vinaigrette £2,000 - £3,000
619 A silver and enamel scent bottle £120 - £150
620 An Austrian silver-gilt and enamel bell push £300 - £400
621 A silver and enamel cigarette case £100 - £150
622 An Austrian silver and enamel box in the Japanese taste £200 - £300
623 A Royal presentation silver cigarette case and accompanying letter from George VI to Lionel Logue £4,000 - £6,000
624 A 19th century Russian silver snuff box £150 - £200
625 A 19th century Russian silver and niello work snuff box £200 - £300
626 A 19th century Russian silver and niello work snuff box £150 - £200
627 A 19th century French silver and niello work snuff box £150 - £200
628 A 19th century Russian silver and niello work snuff box £200 - £300
629 A 19th century Russian silver and niello work cheroot case £150 - £200
630 A large silver-gilt engraved 'castle-top' table snuff box £1,500 - £2,000
631 A George IV silver raised relief snuff box £600 - £800
632 An early 19th century Austro-Hungarian parcel-gilt silver snuff box £100 - £150
633 A late 19th century Portuguese silver snuff box £70 - £100
634 An 18th century Dutch silver pocket corkscrew £1,500 - £2,000
635 An 18th century Dutch silver pocket corkscrew £1,500 - £2,000
636 A pair of modern silver models of grouse £250 - £300
637 A pair of modern silver fighting cocks £350 - £400
638 A Victorian Scottish silver card case £100 - £150
639 A Victorian silver 'castle-top' card case £2,000 - £3,000
640 An American novelty silver hip flask £300 - £400
641 An Edwardian silver double cigarette box £200 - £300
642 An Edwardian silver model of a pheasant £100 - £150
643 A presentation silver cigar box. £400 - £600
644 A modern silver model of a kingfisher £200 - £250
645 A silver model of a pheasant £800 - £1,000
646 A Russian silver cigarette box £1,000 - £1,500
647 A late 19th century Continental silver cow creamer £300 - £400
648 A Victorian presentation silver hip flask £350 - £400
649 A pair of Edwardian silver and enamel novelty pepper pots £600 - £800
650 A Victorian novelty silver port light inkwell £300 - £400
651 A Chinese miniature silver-gilt bird cage £100 - £150
652 A Victorian novelty silver pepper pot £300 - £400
653 A pair of Victorian novelty Eddystone Lighthouse pepper pots £500 - £700
654 A pair of late-Victorian novelty silver pepper pots £200 - £300
655 An Edwardian novelty silver table cigar lighter £150 - £200
656 An unusual early George III silver 'double' snuff box £100 - £150
657 A Victorian silver cream jug £100 - £150
658 A metal game counter £400 - £600
659 A Victorian silver goblet £100 - £150
660 A Victorian silver boarding school prize token £150 - £200
661 A Victorian West Country silver mug £100 - £150
662 λA mixed lot of silver items £300 - £500
663 A quantity of old Sheffield and electroplated items £300 - £500
664 A mixed lot of silver condiments £300 - £400
665 A mixed lot of silver flatware £100 - £150
666 A 19th century Continental silver-gilt tazza base £200 - £300
667 A pair of Edwardian dwarf silver candlesticks £200 - £300
668 A pair of Victorian parcel-gilt silver handled rock crystal double salt cellars £300 - £500
669 Retailed by Tiffany and Co. £300 - £400
670 A William IV silver table bell £800 - £1,200
671 A William IV silver cream jug £150 - £200
672 A pair of Victorian silver candlesticks £150 - £200
673 A modern commemorative silver goblet £100 - £150
674 A pair of early 19th century old Sheffield plated three-light candelabra £300 - £500
675 A late 18th century German silver snuff box £300 - £500
676 A gold and enamel hanging ornament £150 - £200
677 An Edwardian silver cigarette box / vesta box £100 - £150
678 By A. E. Jones £150 - £200
679 A rare Edwardian novelty silver Suffragette pepper pot £1,000 - £1,500
680 A Victorian novelty silver golf club sealing wax holder / vesta case /stamp case £300 - £400
681 A pair of late-Victorian silver novelty horn pepper pots £200 - £300
682 A pair of 18th century silver wine coasters £800 - £1,200
683 A George III silver coffee pot £700 - £900
684 A Victorian silver salver £300 - £500
685 A pair of early-Victorian silver entrée dishes and covers £1,500 - £2,000
686 An 18th century Irish silver two-handled cup with a later cover £600 - £800
687 A modern Britannia standard silver saucepan £500 - £700
688 A 17th century Dutch silver-mounted green glass shaft and globe bottle £1,000 - £2,000
689 A pair of 17th century silver-gilt German tazza tops with Victorian silver-gilt bases £2,000 - £3,000
690 A 19th century French silver part dinner service £12,000 - £15,000
691 A French silver two-handled tureen and cover £1,200 - £1,800
692 A pair of early 19th century French silver-gilt dishes £300 - £400
693 A George IV silver wine coaster £400 - £600
694 A George III silver seven-bar toast rack £300 - £400
695 A George III silver swing-handled sugar basket £150 - £200
696 An Edwardian novelty silver 'TOAST' toast rack £150 - £200
697 A George III silver wine coaster £200 - £300
698 A George III silver toast rack £300 - £400
699 A silver mug £100 - £150
700 A silver golf trophy cup £100 - £150
701 A Victorian silver christening bowl £100 - £150
702 A silver tazza £200 - £300
703 A George III Irish silver mug £100 - £150
704 A late-Victorian Irish silver sugar bowl £100 - £150
705 A matched pair of George II Irish cast silver candlesticks £2,000 - £3,000
706 A set of three early 19th century Scottish provincial silver Fiddle pattern tablespoons £200 - £300
707 A collection of seven late 18th / early 19th century Scottish provincial silver spoons £150 - £200
708 An early 19th century Scottish provincial silver Fiddle pattern part canteen £800 - £1,200
709 A set of nine George III Scottish provincial silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoons £500 - £700
710 A George III Scottish silver Celtic Point pattern soup ladle £120 - £180
711 Three 19th century Scottish provincial silver Fiddle pattern toddy ladles £150 - £200
712 A collection of Scottish provincial silver spoons £200 - £300
713 A George III Scottish provincial silver-mounted cowrie shell snuff box £300 - £400
714 A Scottish provincial silver page marker and silver spoon £200 - £300
715 A Scottish provincial silver quaich £200 - £300
716 A set of four 19th century Scottish provincial silver Fiddle pattern toddy ladles £200 - £300
717 An Edwardian Scottish silver bowl £100 - £150
718 A George II Scottish silver bullet teapot £800 - £1,200
719 A William IV Scottish silver tea caddy £1,500 - £2,000
720 By Liberty and Co. £100 - £150
721 By Liberty and Co. £200 - £300
722 By Liberty and Co £200 - £300
723 Designed by Jessie M. King £150 - £200
724 By Liberty and Co £100 - £150
725 By Liberty and Co. £150 - £200
726 By Liberty and Co £100 - £150
727 By W. H. Haseler for Liberty £300 - £400
728 Designed by Jessie M. King £300 - £400
729 By Liberty and Co. £400 - £450
730 By Liberty and Co £300 - £500
731 By Liberty and Co £400 - £600
732 Designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty £300 - £400
733 By Liberty and Co. £200 - £300
734 By Liberty and Co £250 - £300
735 By Liberty and Co. £200 - £250
736 By Liberty and Co £120 - £180
737 By Liberty and Co. £300 - £400
738 By Liberty and Co £200 - £300
739 By R. E. Stone £120 - £150
740 By H. G. Murphy £250 - £300
741 By H. G. Murphy £100 - £150
742 By H. G. Murphy £200 - £300
743 By H. G. Murphy £100 - £150
744 By H. G. Murphy £200 - £300
745 By H. G. Murphy £250 - £300
746 By H.G. Murphy £800 - £1,200
747 By H.G Murphy £500 - £700
748 By H. G. Murphy £200 - £300
749 An Arts and Crafts silver two-handled bowl £150 - £200
750 By Cyril James Frost £100 - £150
751 By John Round & Son Ltd £250 - £300
752 By The Sandheim Brothers £300 - £400
753 By William Hutton and Sons £200 - £300
754 An Edwardian Art nouveau silver casket £400 - £600
755 By William Hutton and Sons £150 - £200
756 By William Haseler £150 - £200
757 By Charles Horner £150 - £200
758 By Bernard Instone £120 - £150
759 By Bernard Instone £300 - £400
760 By Bernard Instone £100 - £150
761 By Bernard Instone £100 - £150
762 By Tiffany and Co £100 - £150
763 By Tiffany and Co £200 - £300
764 By Tiffany and Co £200 - £300
765 By Tiffany and Co. £100 - £150
766 By Tiffany and Co £200 - £300
767 By Tiffany and Co. £300 - £400
768 By Tiffany and Co. an American silver dish £100 - £150
769 By Tiffany and Co. £400 - £600
770 By A.E. Jones £200 - £300
771 By A. E. Jones £80 - £120
772 By A. E. Jones £150 - £200
773 By A. E. Jones £100 - £150
774 By A. E. Jones £150 - £200
775 By A .E. Jones £150 - £200
776 By A .E. Jones £150 - £200
777 By A. E. Jones £100 - £150
778 By A. E. Jones £200 - £300
779 By A. E. Jones £200 - £300
780 By A. E. Jones £200 - £300
781 By A. E. Jones £200 - £300
782 By A. E. Jones £300 - £400
783 By A. E. Jones £200 - £300
784 By A. E. Jones £250 - £300
785 By A. E. Jones £100 - £150
786 By A. E. Jones £200 - £300
787 By A. E. Jones £300 - £400
788 By A. E. Jones £300 - £400
789 By A. E. Jones £400 - £450
790 By A. E. Jones £150 - £200
791 By A. E. Jones £100 - £150
792 By A. E. Jones £120 - £150
793 By A. E. Jones £250 - £300
794 By E.S. Barnsley £400 - £600
795 By Philip Frederick Alexander £500 - £700
796 By Philip Frederick Alexander £500 - £700
797 By A. E. Bonner £1,500 - £2,000
798 By A. E. Bonner £200 - £300
799 By A. E. Bonner £150 - £200
800 By A. E .Bonner £150 - £200
801 By R W Hewett & Co. £150 - £200
802 A small collection of modern spoons £150 - £200
803 By Lawson & Co £120 - £150
804 By G. A. Dahlgren £100 - £150
805 By The Artificers' Guild £120 - £150
806 By the Keswick School of Industrial Arts £100 - £150
807 By George Hart for The Guild of Handicraft £200 - £300
808 By The Guild of Handicraft Limited £400 - £600
809 By Leslie Durbin £100 - £150
810 By Leslie Durbin £100 - £150
811 By Leslie Durbin £400 - £600
812 By Leslie Durbin £600 - £800
813 By Leslie Durbin £200 - £250
814 By Leslie Durbin £200 - £300
815 By Leslie Durbin £200 - £300
816 By Leslie Durbin £200 - £300
817 By Leslie G. Durbin £300 - £400
818 By Leslie Durbin £700 - £900
819 By Leslie Durbin £500 - £700
820 By Leslie G. Durbin £300 - £400
821 By Hugh Wallis £500 - £700
822 By James Fenton £100 - £150
823 By F. Courthope £200 - £300
824 By Omar Ramsden £600 - £800
825 By Omar Ramsden £200 - £250
826 By Omar Ramsden £300 - £400
827 By Omar Ramsden £100 - £150
828 By Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr £100 - £150
829 By Omar Ramsden £100 - £150
830 By Omar Ramsden £200 - £300
831 By Omar Ramsden £600 - £800
832 By Omar Ramsden £400 - £600
833 By Omar Ramsden £300 - £400
834 By Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr £600 - £800
835 By Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr £800 - £1,200
836 By Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr £500 - £700
837 By Omar Ramsden £1,500 - £2,000
838 By Omar Ramsden £700 - £900
839 By Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr £1,500 - £2,000
840 By Omar Ramsden £500 - £700
841 By Omar Ramsden £400 - £600
842 By Omar Ramsden £300 - £400
843 By Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr £700 - £900
844 By Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr £300 - £500
845 By Omar Ramsden £200 - £300
846 An Edwardian Arts and Crafts silver cigarette box £200 - £300
847 By Omar Ramsden £300 - £400
848 By Omar Ramsden £200 - £300
849 By Omar Ramsden £500 - £700
850 By Omar Ramsden £700 - £900
851 By Omar Ramsden £600 - £800
852 By Omar Ramsden £1,200 - £1,500
853 λBy Omar Ramsden £1,500 - £2,000
854 By Omar Ramsden £1,000 - £1,500
855 By Omar Ramsden £3,000 - £3,500
856 By Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr £4,000 - £6,000
857 By Alwyn Carr £2,000 - £3,000
858 By Omar Ramsden £150 - £200
859 By Omar Ramsden £200 - £300
860 By Amy Sandheim £150 - £200
861 By Ellen Caroline Woodward £200 - £300
862 By The Artificers' Guild £150 - £200
863 A small collection of modern silver flatware £200 - £300
864 By Liberty and Co. £200 - £300
865 By Liberty and Co. £200 - £300
866 Retailed by Cartier £100 - £150
867 By Liberty and Co £250 - £350
868 By Abrahall & Bint £100 - £150
869 By Liberty and Co £300 - £400
870 Retailed by Liberty and Co. £150 - £200
871 By William Hutton and Sons £300 - £400
872 Keswick School of Industrial Arts £100 - £150
873 By H.G. Murphy £100 - £150
874 A set of six silver Art Nouveau tot cups £300 - £400
875 An Arts and crafts silver mustard pot £100 - £150
876 By A. E. Jones £600 - £800
877 By The Guild of Handicraft Limited £800 - £1,200
878 After a design by Archibald Knox £300 - £400
879 By Omar Ramsden £600 - £800
880 An Edwardian Art Nouveau silver figure of a lady £200 - £300
881 By Christofle £400 - £600
882 By George Hart for The Guild of Handicraft £300 - £400
883 After Christopher Dresser £100 - £150
884 By Frederick Courthope £4,000 - £6,000
885 By Georg Jensen £200 - £300
886 λBy R. E. Stone £200 - £300
887 A silver and enamel bowl £300 - £400
888 By Bruce Russell £70 - £90
889 A set of four modern silver parcel-gilt goblets £150 - £200
890 By Geoffrey Bellamy £400 - £600
891 By David Bromilow £100 - £150
892 By A.G. Brooker £200 - £300
893 Designed by Christopher Lawrence for Dunhill £200 - £300
894 By Stuart Devlin £300 - £400
895 By Stuart Devlin £200 - £300
896 By Stuart Devlin £300 - £400
897 By Gerald Benney £600 - £800
898 By Stuart Devlin £1,500 - £2,000
899 By Stuart Devlin £400 - £600
900 By Stuart Devlin £1,200 - £1,500
901 By Ane Christensen £150 - £200
902 By Martin Pugh £400 - £600
903 A William IV silver 'castle-top' snuff box £400 - £600
904 A Victorian Scottish 'Castle-top' snuff box £1,000 - £1,500
905 A George III silver seal or skippet box £700 - £900
906 A George III silver snuff box £600 - £800
907 A George I silver tobacco box £2,000 - £3,000
908 A mid 18th century Irish silver snuff box £400 - £600
909 A Charles II silver tobacco box £2,000 - £3,000
910 A William and Mary silver patch box £400 - £600
911 A late-17th century silver patch box £200 - £300
912 A rare James I silver pipe £1,500 - £2,000
913 A George II silver table snuff box £3,000 - £4,000
914 A rare William and Mary silver counter box £4,000 - £6,000
915 The Dunbar Locket - a rare 17th century silver Dunbar medal in an early 18th century locket £3,000 - £4,000
916 Centenary of the Augsburg Confession £600 - £800
917 An early 18th century silver snuff box £600 - £800
918 A late 17th century gilt-metal book/needle case cover £500 - £700
919 A late 17th century silver filigree covered aide memoire / almanack £200 - £300
920 A seventeenth century silver Cherub knop spoon £300 - £400
921 A late 17th century Swiss silver spoon £300 - £400
922 An early 17th century Norwegian silver Ball-knop spoon £600 - £800
923 An early 17th century Norwegian silver Cherub-knop spoon £600 - £800
924 An early 17th century Norwegian silver Cherub-knop spoon £400 - £600
925 An early 17th century Norwegian silver Ball-knop spoon £600 - £800
926 A William and Mary East Anglian silver Trefid spoon £1,500 - £2,000
927 A Charles II West Country silver Apostle spoon £1,500 - £2,000
928 A Charles II West Country silver Apostle spoon £1,500 - £2,000
929 A Charles II West Country silver Apostle spoon £1,000 - £1,500
930 A rare Charles I East Anglian silver Lion Sejant spoon £5,000 - £7,000
931 A James I West Country silver-gilt Barnstaple Decorated Seal-top spoon £6,000 - £8,000
932 A Victorian silver-mounted cut glass claret jug £200 - £300
933 An Edwardian Art Nouveau silver trumpet vase £200 - £300
934 A Victorian silver-mounted glass claret jug £250 - £300
935 An Edwardian silver-mounted glass decanter £700 - £900
936 A set of three Victorian silver-mounted brown glass spirit decanters £250 - £350
937 A silver kettle on stand £300 - £500
938 A George III silver goblet £600 - £800
939 A William IV silver goblet £150 - £200
940 A pair of George III silver goblets £400 - £600
941 A George III silver goblet £100 - £150
942 A George III silver goblet £300 - £400
943 A George III silver agricultural trophy goblet £300 - £400
944 Kingston upon Thames Rowing interest £100 - £150
945 A Victorian silver goblet £300 - £400
946 A Victorian silver rose bowl £300 - £400
947 A presentation silver salver £200 - £300
948 A pair of Edwardian silver waiters £200 - £300
949 A George II silver cream boat £130 - £180
950 A matched pair of silver beakers £100 - £150
951 A Victorian silver two-handled centrepiece bowl £800 - £1,200
952 A pair of modern silver wine coasters £100 - £150
953 A pair of George III silver teapot stands £150 - £200
954 An Edwardian silver tankard £500 - £700
955 A George III provincial silver mug £600 - £800
956 A pair of George I silver tea caddies £1,500 - £2,000
957 A William IV silver teapot £1,500 - £2,000
958 A George III silver meat dish cover £2,000 - £3,000
959 A George III silver meat platter £1,500 - £2,000
960 A George III silver salver £300 - £400
961 A pair of George III silver entree dishes and covers £2,000 - £3,000
962 A silver salver £150 - £200
963 A modern silver three-light candelabrum £100 - £150
964 A pair of Victorian parcel-gilt silver Aesthetic movement beakers £600 - £800
965 A George II silver second course plate £800 - £1,200
966 An early-Victorian silver plate £600 - £800
967 A three-piece silver tea set £300 - £400
968 λA three-piece George III silver tea set £600 - £800
969 A matched three-piece Victorian and Edwardian silver bachelor's tea set £200 - £300
970 λAn Edwardian three-piece silver tea set £300 - £500
971 λA three-piece George III silver tea set £500 - £700
972 λA three-piece George IV silver tea set £500 - £700
973 A late-Victorian silver teapot £200 - £300
974 A George III silver teapot £200 - £300
975 A George IV silver wager cup £500 - £700
976 A George III silver swing-handled sugar basket £200 - £300
977 A silver table bell £150 - £200
978 The Worshipful Company of Mercers £3,000 - £4,000
979 A late-Victorian silver teapot £180 - £220
980 λA George III silver teapot £150 - £200
981 A late-Victorian silver teapot £150 - £200
982 λA George IV silver teapot £300 - £400
983 λA George IV silver teapot £300 - £400
984 After David Willaume £300 - £400
985 A George III silver Argyle £500 - £700
986 A silver milk jug / small beer jug £300 - £400
987 λA George III silver coffee pot £600 - £800
988 A George III silver coffee jug on stand with a burner £1,000 - £1,500
989 λA George III silver tea pot £400 - £600
990 A George III silver coffee biggin and stand with burner £800 - £1,200
991 λA four-piece Victorian silver tea and coffee set £1,000 - £1,500
992 λAn American silver kettle on stand £700 - £900
993 A Victorian parcel-gilt silver tazza £600 - £800
994 A Victorian parcel-gilt silver ewer £1,000 - £1,500
995 A two-handled silver-gilt cup and cover £3,000 - £4,000
996 A pair of silver three-light candelabra £1,000 - £1,500
997 A Victorian silver coffee pot £300 - £400
998 A Victorian presentation silver salver £1,500 - £2,000
999 A pair of George III silver candlesticks £1,000 - £1,500
1000 A Charles II silver-mounted velvet covered book stand £1,000 - £1,500
1001 A Charles II silver two-handled porringer £1,500 - £2,000