Silver, Works of Art & Objects of Vertu
on Wednesday 25th November 2009

Lots: 31-60 of 167

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31

A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III SILVER TABLESPOONS, CHRISTOPHER & THOMAS BARKER, LONDON, 1806,
Old English pattern, crested; together with the following Old English pattern crested table silver: a pair of basting spoons, Eley & Fearn, London, 1817/18, a pair of sauce ladles, Alice & George Burrows, London, 1812, and five salt spoons, Eley & Fearn or Richard Crossley, London, 1806/1810 -- 1142gr (36oz) (21)

The crest is apparently that of Hurlock
Estimate: 300-500

Nil

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350

32

A SET OF SIX FRENCH SILVER FISH FORKS AND SIX KNIVES, ANDRÉ AUCOC OF PARIS, CIRCA 1900
with lobed loaded handles monogrammed CC, 950 standard; together with a set of six silver tea knives, James Deakin & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1925, reeded handles -- 219gr (7oz) tea knives only (18)

Estimate: 150-200

Nil

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130

33

A SET OF TWELVE SWEDISH SILVER FISH KNIVES AND TWELVE FORKS, B. ERLANDSSON, CHRISTIANSTAD, 1913
Thread pattern, engraved with armorials below a noble's coronet, loaded handles, 830 standard, in two original cloth covered cases (24)

The arms are those of Peyron.
Estimate: 120-180

Nil

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100

34

A GEORGE III SILVER TELESCOPIC TOASTING FORK, JOSEPH JAMES DALLAWAY OF STROUD, LONDON, 1811
with suspension ring, leather covered handle, three part telescopic section and three tines -- 63cm long extended

Joseph James Dallaway removed from the Tottenham Court Road to 10 Rowcrofts Building, Stroud, Gloucestershire in 1808 (see Grimwade p.283). In the 1830 edition of Pigot's Directory he is listed at this address as silversmith and jeweller, as well as agent for the Provident Life Insurance and County Fire Office.
Estimate: 250-350

Nil

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300

35

A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE IV SILVER HANDLED TABLE KNIVES AND TWO PAIRS OF CARVERS, AARON HATFIELD & SONS, SHEFFIELD, 1825
the plain handles with chamfered corners, the steel blades stamped 'SHEAR STEEL' -- table knives 27cm long (16)
Estimate: 300-500

Nil

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250

36

THREE GEORGE III SILVER TODDY LADLES:
all of typical form with plain oval bowls, twisted whalebone handles and plain silver terminals, one Birmingham, 1796, 35.5cm long, one lion passant only, circa 1790, 37cm long, and one London, 1797, 18cm long; together with two Dutch silver decorative spoons, 19th century; a silver strainer ladle, Onslow pattern, marks indecipherable, late 18th century; and another silver strainer ladle, Fiddle pattern, London, 1822 (7)
Estimate: 80-120

Nil

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70

37

A GEORGE IV SILVER SOUP LADLE, THOMAS DEATH, LONDON, 1826
Fiddle pattern; together with a pair of silver butter shells and a butter knife, James Deakin & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1905, on three ball feet, 10cm long, in case -- 277gr (8oz)
Estimate: 100-150

Nil

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100

38

A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III SILVER TEASPOONS, HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, LATE 18TH CENTURY
Bright-cut Edge pattern; together with the following assorted table silver: a pair of tablespoons, Fiddle pattern, London, 1829, six dessert spoons, Old English pattern, London, four 1804, two 1828, and a pair of carvers, with steel blade and prongs, Tiffany & Co., circa 1900 -- 402gr (12oz) (14)
Estimate: 150-200

Nil

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130

39

A SET OF TWELVE VICTORIAN SILVER TEASPOONS, GEORGE ADAMS FOR CHAWNER & CO., LONDON, 1866
Bead pattern, crested -- 336gr (10oz) (12)
Estimate: 80-120

Nil

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180

40

AN EXTENSIVE SET OF BRIGHT-CUT EDGE PATTERN ELECTROPLATE FLATWARE, ELKINGTON & CO. LTD. OF BIRMINGHAM, 1920/21
crested, comprising thirty-six of each: table forks, table knives, desert forks, dessert knives; and twenty-four of each: tablespoons, dessert spoons, soup spoons; and a soup ladle and a sauce ladle; together with twelve ivory handled fish knives and twelve forks (242)
Estimate: 300-500

Nil

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550

41

A DUTCH SILVER-GILT MARRIAGE SPOON, AMSTERDAM, EARLY 18TH CENTURY
with openwork cast stem and figural terminal; together with a pair of silver seal top spoons, Sheffield, 1909, typical form, in case; and a pair of American silver serving spoons, early 20th century, naturalistic foliate stems, in case -- 292gr (9oz) (5)

Estimate: 80-120

Nil

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70

42

A GEORGE II SILVER TANKARD, RICHARD GURNEY & CO., LONDON, 1740
the baluster body girdled below the initials WJ, domed lid with openwork arch thumbpiece -- 18.5cm high, 759gr (24oz)
Estimate: 1200-1800

Nil

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1200

43

A GEORGE II AND VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, THE BODY EDWARD VINCENT, LONDON, 1736, THE LID AND HANDLE THOMAS HUGHES HEADLAND, LONDON, 1854
tapering cylindrical, the whole with Victorian foliate Rococo revival chasing -- 22cm high, 755gr (24oz)
Estimate: 250-350

Nil

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250

44

A GEORGE II AND LATER CHASED SILVER COFFEE POT, RICHARD GURNEY & CO., LONDON, 1747
tapering cylindrical, profusely decorated with scrolls and foliage around two crested cartouches -- 24cm high, 707gr (22oz)
Estimate: 250-350

Nil

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220

45

A VICTORIAN SILVER BRANDY WARMER AND COVER, JOHN HENRY RAWLINGS, LONDON, 1894
bellied circular, crested, 21cm wide including side handle; together with a silver mustard pot and salt cellar, Benham & Froud Ltd., London, 1936, bellied bodies with husk border, with blue glass liners, 6cm diameter -- 358gr (11oz) all in (3)
Estimate: 80-120

Nil

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70

46

AN IRISH SILVER SALVER, JOHN GUMLEY, DUBLIN, CIRCA 1760
shaped circular, engraved with contemporary armorials within a Rococo cartouche, shell and scroll rim, on four pad feet -- 40.5cm, 1450gr (46oz)
Estimate: 1000-1500

Nil

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1800

47

A GEORGE IV SILVER ENTRÉE DISH AND ASSOCIATED COVER AND HANDLE, BOTH LONDON, THE DISH BARAK MEWBURN, 1827, THE COVER RICHARD CROSSLEY, 1812
oblong, gadroon borders, the cover crested -- 31cm wide, 1824gr (58oz)
Estimate: 600-800

Nil

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540

48

A NEAR PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER WAITERS, GEORGE BURROWS/ALICE & GEORGE BURROWS, LONDON, 1796/1812
circular, plain except for crest and reeded rims, each on three shaped panel feet -- 17.5cm diameter, 473gr (15oz) (2)

The crest is apparently that of Hurlock
Estimate: 400-600

Nil

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520

49

A VICTORIAN SILVER SOUP BOWL, R. & S. GARRARD & CO., LONDON, 1858
shaped circular, gadroon rim -- 25.5cm diameter, 657gr (21oz)

Estimate: 200-300

Nil

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180

50

A SET OF THREE GEORGE III SILVER TEA CADDIES, SAMUEL HERBERT & CO., LONDON, 1756
in sizes, covers with cast bird and leaf finials, bodies chased with Rococo foliage surrounding vacant cartouches -- 15 & 14.5cm high, 888gr (28oz) (3)
Estimate: 3000-4000

Nil

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51

A GEORGE III SILVER SUGAR VASE, WILLIAM JUSTIS, LONDON, 1757
of Rococo form with bands of swirled alternate lobes and flutes, with crested stem -- 23cm high, 549gr (17oz)
Estimate: 1000-1500

Nil

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52

A GEORGE V SILVER SALVER, BARKER BROTHERS, CHESTER, 1916
shaped circular, moulded rim, on four pad feet -- 36.5cm diameter, 1178gr (37oz)
Estimate: 300-400

Nil

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310

53

A SET OF THREE GEORGE III SILVER SUGAR VASES AND COVERS, THOMAS HEMMING, LONDON, 1774
in sizes, of Neo Classical urn form hung with berried laurel swags below a fluted band, covers with spoon aperture and bud finials -- 24 & 20cm high, 1094gr (35oz) (3)
Estimate: 3000-4000

Nil

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54

A WILLIAM IV SILVER CHAMBERSTICK, WILLIAM BATEMAN, LONDON, 1836
gadroon rims, the oblong tray centred by space for snuffers supporting the sconce and detachable initialled nozzle, the handle initialled JFC, complete with conical extinguisher -- 16.9cm wide, 446gr (14oz)
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

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400

55

A VICTORIAN SILVER CHAMBERSTICK, LAMBERT & CO., LONDON, 1876
similar to the preceding lot, underside stamped 'LAMBERT COVENTRY STREET / LONDON' -- 17cm wide, 421gr (13oz)
Estimate: 180-220

Nil

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240

56

A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SAUCE TUREENS, PROBABLY JOSEPH BELL, LONDON, 1770
shaped oval, engraved with contemporary armorials and crests below the waved gadroon rim, on scroll rocaille headed short legs and leaf pad feet, scratch weights '13=8', '13=14' -- 20cm wide across handles, 837gr (26oz) (2)

Estimate: 1500-2000

Nil

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57

A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, T., J. & N. CRESWICK, SHEFFIELD, 1838/52
shell pattern, crested bases and detachable nozzles -- 28cm high, loaded but with silver underside (4)
Estimate: 2500-3500

Nil

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58

AN EDWARDIAN SILVER FRUIT BASKET, CHARLES BOYTON & SON, LONDON, 1903
shaped circular, pierced with panels of roundels and stamped with fruits and flowerheads below a scroll and shell rim, with swing handle and scroll foliate decorated pedestal foot -- 28cm diameter, 543gr (17oz)
Estimate: 150-250

Nil

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130

59

A GEORGE II SILVER COFFEE POT, THOMAS WHIPHAM, LONDON, 1745
tapering cylindrical, crested -- 23cm high, 697gr (22oz) including ivory handle
Estimate: 800-1200

Nil

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750

60

A VICTORIAN SILVER TEA CADDY, HENRY HOLLAND, LONDON, 1841
of bombé form applied with gadrooning, shells and scrolls -- 13.5cm high, 500gr (16oz)
Estimate: 400-600

Nil

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400

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