SILVER FIRST DAY S SALE. WEDNESDAY 3rd JULY 2013

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1 FIRST DAY S SALE WEDNESDAY 3rd JULY 2013 SILVER Commencing at 10.30am Silver will be on view on: Saturday 29th June 9.00am to 1.00pm Sunday 30th June 2.00pm to 4.00pm Monday 1st July 9.00am to 5.15pm Tuesday 2nd July 9.00am to 5.15pm Limited viewing on sale day Weights and measurements are approximate guidelines only unless stated to the contrary Enquiries: Martin McIlroy Tel

2 2 1 A Victorian silver plated wine flagon, decorated in relief with bacchanalian figures and sprays of fruiting vine, scroll handle, the cover with a putto holding a goblet, the spreading circular base with stylised decoration, 27cm high A Continental silver plated tea caddy and cover, decorated with a repouse-work scene of horsemen and soldiers routing a city, the cover with a cast finial of a young stonemason at work, probably late 19th Century, 20cm high A silver plated model of an elephant, with curled trunk and looking left, 13cm. long A Victorian four piece plated tea service, of tapered circular form, engraved with foliate motifs, within beaded borders, loop handles, the hot water jug 20cm high, (4) A pair of Elizabeth II silver candlesticks, maker Garrard & Co, London 1966, cast in the Queen Anne style, raised on shaped square bases, 24.22oz A George V silver model of a pheasant, maker R.H H, Sheffield, 1924, with detachable head, 30cm. long, 8.61ozs A George V clear glass and silver mounted claret jug maker J.R, Sheffield, 1912 of globular ovoid outline, with sunburst and palmette cut decoration, 25cm. high A Victorian silver mounted rock crystal claret jug, maker W.C, London, 1899, of lobed quatrefoil outline, with domed hinged lid having a foliate finial, the mount with pierced scroll and foliate decoration, 26cm. high A clear glass and silver mounted decanter, of wrythen hourglass form, 26cm. high, together with a similar decanter, 30cm. high A A late Victorian silver mounted decanter, London, 1896 of pinched and waisted form with globe stopper, the silver mounted neck with four pouring spouts, 32 cm high A set of four George VI three-piece condiments, makers W.N Ltd, Birmingham, 1938, of square outline, contained in a fitted case, total weight of silver 18.48ozs

3 A pair of George V silver mounted candlesticks, in the Arts & Crafts style, maker Alfred Ernest Gutmann, Chester 1913, the silver sconces above oak twist turned columns, on square bases, 23cm high A George V silver four piece tea set, maker Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1914, the hot water jug Birmingham 1913, all with reeded edges, overall weight 47.42oz A George V silver coffee pot and hot water jug, maker Major Roswell, London 1933, with hardwood handles and acorn finials, overall weight 22.57oz A George V silver cigarette/cigar casket, maker J.C.Ltd, Birmingham, 1925, of rectangular shape, the cover with engine turned decoration and presentation inscription to the side, supported on bracket feet, cedar wood lined, 22cm in length

4 15 15 An Edward VII silver oval tea tray, maker William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London, 1909, of oval outline, with reeded border and floral decorated carrying handles, 71cm. wide, ozs An Edwardian silver punch bowl, maker James Dixon & Son, Sheffield, 1909, of plain circular form, with ribbed girdle, shell and scroll rim, 24cm diameter and 20cm high, together with a plated punch ladle with turned wooden handle, weight of bowl 40ozs, (2)

5 17 A George V silver three piece tea set, maker Charles Edwards, London 1919, having overall hammered decoration with shaped handles, and a band of stylized leaves above circular bases, 38.17oz An Elizabeth II silver circular card tray, maker Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1961 with wavy edge border and raised on three swept feet, 21cm. diameter, 10.35ozs A George V silver two-handled serving tray, maker J.T & Co, Sheffield, 1924 with gadrooned border and foliate and scroll decorated corners and handles, 67cm. wide, ozs

6 20 An Edward VIII silver soup tureen, maker J.T & Co, Sheffield, 1936 of circular form with ring turned handles to the sides, raised on four acanthus leaf decorated scroll feet, 33cm. wide, 45.01ozs A George V silver six piece tea and coffee service, maker J.T & Co, Sheffield, 1923 of barge shaped outline with half reeded decoration and beaded border, includes spirit kettle and stand, tea pot coffee pot, sugar basin, cream jug, and tea caddy, total weight of silver ozs

7 22 A pair of George V gravy boats, stand and ladles, maker J.T & Co, Sheffield, 1921 of plain form with wavy edge borders, the stand with loop carrying handle and raised on ball feet, 20cm. wide, and matching Old English pattern ladles, total weight of silver 34.18ozs No Lot 24 No Lot 25 A set of six Victorian fiddle pattern dessert spoons, maker Elizabeth Eaton, London, 1847 initialled, 10.37ozs A pair of Victorian silver fish servers, maker J G, Birmingham, 1857, the blade and tines with pierced and engraved foliate scroll decoration, the knife 33cm. long, loaded, together with a set of non matching plated fish knives and forks with a set of six non matching plated fish knives and forks A collection of assorted antique silver flatwares, various makers and dates includes four Irish table spoons, two Irish teaspoons, six Victorian fiddle pattern dessert forks, nine teaspoons, mustard spoon, gravy spoon, and soup ladle, total weight of silver 36.17ozs A George III fiddle pattern silver soup ladle, maker RR, London, 1809 initialled, 5.62ozs A set of six William V fiddle pattern table forks, no maker s mark, London, 1835 initialled, 13.54ozs A set of four George IV Kings pattern tablespoons, maker TB, London, ozs A pair of George III Old English pattern sauce ladles, maker SA, London, 1802 initialled, 2.98ozs Six Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert forks, maker Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London, 1856 initialled, 8.54ozs

8 10 33 An extensive matched Old English pattern silver flatware service, various makers and dates, includes eight tablespoons, twenty four dessert spoons, twelve egg spoons,. twelve teaspoons, twenty four dinner forks, twelve dessert forks, total weight of silver ozs

9 34 An extensive matched Old English pattern silver flatware service, various makers and dates, includes nine tablespoons, twenty four dessert spoons, thirteen egg spoons,. twelve teaspoons, twenty four dinner forks, twelve dessert forks, twelve silver bladed fish knives and twelve matching forks, total weight of silver ozs

10 35 A William IV silver sherry label, maker s mark illegible, Birmingham, with pierced vine leaf decoration, 6.5cm. wide, 0.69ozs A 19th century clear glass and silver mounted scent bottle, of hourglass outline, initialled, with floral and lozenge shaped decoration, 8cm. high A Victorian silver and ruby glass combined scent bottle and vinaigrette, maker F. Marsden, Birmingham, no date letter, of rectangular form, the silver mounts and girdle engraved with foliate scrollwork, 10cm. long A Victorian silver and blue glass double ended scent bottle, unmarked, of faceted form, 12.5cm. long , 38, 39, A Victorian silver and green glass double ended scent bottle, unmarked. of faceted form, 10.5cm. long A Victorian mounted green glass and gilt decorated scent bottle, unmarked. of tapered lozenge form, decorated with an overall gilt seaweed pattern, 13cm. long A Victorian silver card case, maker Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham, 1845 of rectangular outline, with central cartouche and engine turned decoration, 10cm. long, 2.22ozs A clear glass and white metal mounted scent bottle in the form of a bird, the hinged head with inset glass eyes and facet cut body, 11.5cm. high A George IV silver rectangular nutmeg grater, maker I R, London, with engine turned decoration, the hinged lid enclosing a steel grater, with a hinged base, 3.75cm. wide, 1.32 ozs A George IV silver nutmeg grater, of rectangular outline, the hinged lid and base with engine turned decoration, enclosing a steel grating plate, 3.5cm. wide, maker TS, Birmingham,

11 A Victorian ruby glass and silver mounted double ended scent bottle, initialled, the hinged stopper with horseshoe shaped mount inset with turquoise, 13cm. long A late Victorian green glass and silver mounted double ended scent bottle. with hinged stopper to one end and screw top stopper to the other, 12.5cm. long A collection of five early 20th century glass and gilt metal mounted scent bottles, of varying shapes and sizes A George II silver and shell mounted snuff box, maker GD, London, 1746 of rectangular outline with scroll and foliate border, 6.5cm. wide A George III silver wine funnel, maker possibly SH, London, 1812 with reeded rim, and detachable spout, 13cm. long, 3.43ozs An Elizabeth II silver threepiece novelty frog cruet set, maker Richard Comyns, London, 1972 with detailed textured skin and inset glass eyes, and mustard spoon in the form of a tongue, 6.5 and 5cm. high A French silver basket. of oval outline, with embossed bust of a gentleman to the central oval cartouche, having pierced and garland tied decoration and ram s head handles to the sides, 26.5cm. wide.13.11ozs

12 52 52 A Fabergé silver model of a Dachshund with marks for Julius Rappoport with inset ruby eyes, red enamelled collar and diamond set buckle, bears Fabergé mark and Kokoshnik fineness mark (88)15cm. long. total weight 6.00ozs. 15,000-18,000 14

13 53 53 Fabergé, a silver three section graduated coin holder, of cylindrical ribbed form with Greek key border, stamped with Fabergé mark and 84 Zolotniks fineness mark, 6.25cm wide A An Italian silver three-piece café au lait set with coffee pot having a domed hinged lid, a cream jug and sugar basin with lid, stamped 800, 14.33ozs

14 54 54 A Victorian silver salver, maker Hands & Sons, London, 1879, of shaped circular form, the centre engraved with foliate scrollwork within a shell and scroll rim, standing on three scroll feet, 24cm diameter, 17.5ozs A Victorian silver circular salver, maker Joseph Savory, Albert Savory, Horace Savory & Ethelbert Savory, London, 1881, the centre with foliate engraved decoration, with pierced and beaded border, raised on pierced and garland decorated feet, 33cm. diameter, 32.79ozs A matched 19th century silver tea service of octagonal, lobed and tapering form, with scroll handles, raised on swept feet, the teapot and sugar basin maker IW, London, 1840, the sugar basin maker Edward Barnard, John Barnard and William Barnard, London, 1837, total weight of silver 45.53ozs A Victorian Irish silver teapot, maker James Fray, Dublin, 1838, of melon -shaped outline, the hinged lid with flowerhead finial, leaf capped spout and handle, on shaped circular foot, 22.37ozs

15 58 A late Georgian matched silver three piece tea service. of barge shaped outline, with half reeded decoration and foliate and scroll borders, raised on ball feet, various makers and dates, total weight of silver 45.69ozs A George III silver teapot, maker CH, London, 1792 of oval outline, with oval cartouches enclosed by garlands with foliate borders, 14.51ozs A William IV silver presentation cup and cover, maker Robinson, Edkins and Ashton, Birmingham, 1836, of fluted campana form, the bifurcated handles embellished with flowerheads and leaves, gilt interior, the semi domed cover with cast wheat sheaf finial, the side of the cup inscribed Presented to Mr John Glarenshaw by the Wolverhampton Union Mill Company May 9th 1837, height 34cm, weighing 77ozs

16 A George III silver candlestick, maker John & Thomas Settle, Sheffield, 1818, decorated with foliate scrollwork borders, the base loaded, 32cm high A George IV silver christening mug, maker Robert Garrard, London, 1824, of campana form with fluted leaf capped scroll handle, 8.5cm. high, 7.25ozs A set of four Victorian silver shell shaped salts, maker Henry Aston, Birmingham, 1862 each salt raised on three dolphin shaped supports, 7cm. long, 6.07ozs A Victorian cut glass and silver mounted claret jug, maker Barnabus Blackburn, Birmingham 1899, with shaped reeded handle An Edward VII Irish silver cigar casket, maker West & son, Dublin 1903, the hinged lid and sides engraved with a mythical hunting scene, raised on scroll feet, 59.09oz A Victorian silver wine ewer, maker SS, London, 1877 initialled, of neo-classical design with foliate border and banded floral decoration, on a domed spreading foot, 35.5cm. high ozs A Victorian silver mug, maker Henry William Curry, London, 1875 of baluster form with engraved floral decoration and acanthus capped handle, on a spreading circular foot, 14cm. high, 9.88ozs A pair of George III oval silver oval salts, maker Solomon Royes & John East Dix, London, 1819 with foliate borders, half reeded decoration, on swept feet, 10cm. wide, 7.52ozs No Lots. 18