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Catalogue for our Antique, Fine Art and Collectables auction held on Wednesday 7th of November 2018

Viewing Silver, Silver Plated items, Jewellery & Objects of Virtue
19 sub categories
viewing : Silver, Silver Plated items, Jewellery & Objects of Virtue
description ( and estimated value in GBP )
  • An Edwardian repousse silver rectangular trinket box decorated with scrolls, Birmingham 1902, 66 grams, 11cm

441

An Edwardian repousse silver rectangular trinket box decorated with scrolls, Birmingham 1902, 66 grams, 11cm Sold for £70

  • An Edwardian silver mounted cut glass spherical toilet bottle London 1906 12cm

442

An Edwardian silver mounted cut glass spherical toilet bottle London 1906 12cm Sold for £38

  • A silver engine turned dressing table set comprising hand mirror and 2 hair brushes

443

A silver engine turned dressing table set comprising hand mirror and 2 hair brushes Sold for £36

  • An Edwardian repousse silver heart shaped dish decorated with scrolls London 1901 maker Mappin & Webb together with a tea infuser, thimble and silver mounted address book, weighable silver 64 grams

444

An Edwardian repousse silver heart shaped dish decorated with scrolls London 1901 maker Mappin & Webb together with a tea infuser, thimble and silver mounted address book, weighable silver 64 grams Sold for £85

  • A pair of silver hexagonal tapered candlesticks Birmingham 1927, 21cm

445

A pair of silver hexagonal tapered candlesticks Birmingham 1927, 21cm Sold for £100

  • An Edwardian repousse silver rectangular trinket box decorated with scrolls and flowers Birmingham 1902, maker W Hutton & Sons Ltd 98 grams, 13cm

446

An Edwardian repousse silver rectangular trinket box decorated with scrolls and flowers Birmingham 1902, maker W Hutton & Sons Ltd 98 grams, 13cm Sold for £70

  • A Victorian circular silver hammer pattern snuff box Chester 1898, 58 grams, 7cm

447

A Victorian circular silver hammer pattern snuff box Chester 1898, 58 grams, 7cm Sold for £80

  • A pair of silver tapered candlesticks London 1953, 16cm

448

A pair of silver tapered candlesticks London 1953, 16cm Sold for £15

  • A silver presentation cup Birmingham 1934 and 1 other 236 grams

449

A silver presentation cup Birmingham 1934 and 1 other 236 grams Sold for £70

  • An Edwardian silver mounted toilet set comprising 7 mounted jars, a hand mirror, 2 clothes brushes, a shoe horn and button hook

450

An Edwardian silver mounted toilet set comprising 7 mounted jars, a hand mirror, 2 clothes brushes, a shoe horn and button hook Sold for £80

  • An Indian silver hexagonal 3 piece tea set with ebony handle, gross 1042 grams

451

An Indian silver hexagonal 3 piece tea set with ebony handle, gross 1042 grams Sold for £280

  • A silver hip flask with engraved crest, 80 grams, 12cm

452

A silver hip flask with engraved crest, 80 grams, 12cm Sold for £32

  • A pair of Chinese silver menu holders decorated with Mon, maker Luem Hing 40 grams, 7cm

453

A pair of Chinese silver menu holders decorated with Mon, maker Luem Hing 40 grams, 7cm Sold for £42

  • A Japanese silver leaf shaped dish by Ashahi Shoten, 154 grams, 23cm

454

A Japanese silver leaf shaped dish by Ashahi Shoten, 154 grams, 23cm Sold for £70

  • A stylish silver 5 bar toast rack Birmingham 1896, a cream jug, salt, 2 spoons and a silver mounted pepper mill

455

A stylish silver 5 bar toast rack Birmingham 1896, a cream jug, salt, 2 spoons and a silver mounted pepper mill Sold for £90

  • A Chinese repousse silver pail decorated with lilies 7cm, an Indian repousse silver rectangular box 8cm and an 800 standard model of an instrument

456

A Chinese repousse silver pail decorated with lilies 7cm, an Indian repousse silver rectangular box 8cm and an 800 standard model of an instrument Sold for £70

  • A Victorian style repousse silver dressing table set comprising hand mirror, hair brush, clothes brush and comb, Birmingham 1984

457

A Victorian style repousse silver dressing table set comprising hand mirror, hair brush, clothes brush and comb, Birmingham 1984 Sold for £40

  • A pair of gentleman's silver backed engine turned hair brushes Birmingham 1941

458

A pair of gentleman's silver backed engine turned hair brushes Birmingham 1941

  • A 19th Century Continental silver snuff box with ribbed decoration 56 grams, 7cm

459

A 19th Century Continental silver snuff box with ribbed decoration 56 grams, 7cm Sold for £50

  • A Victorian silver trinket box with engraved inscription Birmingham 1900, 5cm

460

A Victorian silver trinket box with engraved inscription Birmingham 1900, 5cm Sold for £30

  • A silver mug with angular handle Birmingham 1931 140 grams

461

A silver mug with angular handle Birmingham 1931 140 grams Sold for £48

  • An Art Deco silver mounted onyx ashtray decorated with a view of Grosvenor House Birmingham 1913, 3 silver mounted bottles and minor item

462

An Art Deco silver mounted onyx ashtray decorated with a view of Grosvenor House Birmingham 1913, 3 silver mounted bottles and minor item Sold for £60

  • A cased pair of gentleman's silver engine turned hair brushes Birmingham 1955 and a cased set of 6 dessert eaters

463

A cased pair of gentleman's silver engine turned hair brushes Birmingham 1955 and a cased set of 6 dessert eaters Sold for £30

  • A cased set of 6 silver plated grapefruit spoons and a cased pair of eaters

464

A cased set of 6 silver plated grapefruit spoons and a cased pair of eaters Sold for £15

  • A good George III silver presentation punch bowl, inscribed "A gift from John Wallis and Company to Captain Peter Shields on account of his ship being the first vessel repaired in their new dry dock South Shields January 22nd 1787" the reverse engraved with a galleon, Newcastle 1786, maker John Langlands I and John Robertson I, 1400 grams, 29cm  - Robert, Thomas and John Wallis defied the ship building grant given to Newcastle by Henry I to have the monopoly on ship repairs and when they set up their shipyard the unfortunate Alderman sent with a posse of officers to forcibly hinder the work was treated to an involuntary bath in the river

465

A good George III silver presentation punch bowl, inscribed "A gift from John Wallis and Company to Captain Peter Shields on account of his ship being the first vessel repaired in their new dry dock South Shields January 22nd 1787" the reverse engraved with a galleon, Newcastle 1786, maker John Langlands I and John Robertson I, 1400 grams, 29cm - Robert, Thomas and John Wallis defied the ship building grant given to Newcastle by Henry I to have the monopoly on ship repairs and when they set up their shipyard the unfortunate Alderman sent with a posse of officers to forcibly hinder the work was treated to an involuntary bath in the river Sold for £4500