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Lot 1 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

LATE 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED OLD ENGLISH PATTERN CANTEEN maker predominantly Isaac Ellis & Sons and bearing the trademark 'Primus', comprising ... read more

Sold for £70 More details

Lot 2 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

LOT OF VICTORIAN AND OTHER SILVER FLATWARE to include three fiddle pattern spoons, maker Robert Williams & Sons, Exeter 1847, set of six fiddle ... read more

Sold for £95 More details 1  

Lot 3 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

SILVER FOUR PIECE TEA SERVICE maker J B Chatterly & Sons Ltd, Birmingham, 1968-69 and 1969-70, comprising a teapot, coffee pot sugar bowl, and silver ... read more

Sold for £420 More details 1  

Lot 4 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

GEORGE V SILVER TRAY maker Roberts & Belk Ltd, Sheffield 1911, with two handles and of serpentine outline, approximately 2502g, 62cm wide

Sold for £720 More details 1  

Lot 5 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY NEOCLASSICAL SILVER PLATED URN SHAPED LAMPS by Miller & Sons 179 Piccadilly London, cast in relief with dancing male and ... read more

Sold for £180 More details 1  

Lot 6 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

SET OF FIVE WILLIAM IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FORKS maker Joseph & Albert Savory, London 1837; together with two forks of the same pattern, maker's ... read more

Sold for £110 More details 1  

Lot 8 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

LOT OF SIX VICTORIAN KING'S PATTERN TABLE SPOONS each terminal engraved with initial 'G', maker 'PH', Edinburgh 1847 (?); together with three table ... read more

Sold for £75 More details 1  

Lot 9 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

SIX 19TH CENTURY FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER TEASPOONS each terminal engraved with the letter 'P', two spoons with maker's mark 'S.W.' Edinburgh 1851, ... read more

Sold for £70 More details 1  

Lot 10 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

PAIR OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY SILVER BERRY SPOONS maker Randall Chatterton, London 1812 and London 1831, each of Old English pattern and with scrolling ... read more

Sold for £80 More details

Lot 11 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

LARGE SILVER PLATED SPIRIT KETTLE late 19th century, monogrammed EW, highly decorated with engraved scrolling foliate decoration, approximatley 46cm ... read more

Sold for £160 More details 1  

Lot 12 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

LATE VICTORIAN NEOCLASSICAL SILVER PLATED FOUR PIECE TEA SERVICE comprising teapot, water pot, sugar and cream, maker's mark 'B Bros' contained in a ... read more

Sold for £140 More details 1  

Lot 13 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

PAIR OF SILVER TABLE CANDLESTICKS maker Charles Edwards, London 1917 of cylindrical form with drip trays, over spreading circular bases, 14cm high, ... read more

Sold for £90 More details 1  

Lot 14 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

VICTORIAN THREE PIECE SILVER BATCHELOR'S TEA SERVICE maker 'JR', Glasgow 1884, each of circular form and elaborately chased with bands of scrolling ... read more

Sold for £460 More details 1  

Lot 15 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN SILVER AND PARCEL GILT OPEN SALT DISHES WITH SPOONS maker Harwood, Plante & Harrison, Birmingham 1885, retailed by R&W Sorley, ... read more

Sold for £85 More details 1  

Lot 16 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

SILVER VANITY SET IN FITTED CASE maker Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham, 1926-27 and 1946-47, comprising hand mirror, button hook, shoe horn, comb, ... read more

Sold for £50 More details 1  

Lot 17 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

EDWARDIAN SILVER HANDLED CARVING SET maker Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1907, retailed by Sorley of Glasgow, comprising a knife, fork and ... read more

Sold for £160 More details 1  

Lot 18 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

EDWARDIAN SILVER TEAPOT maker Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1909, with partially gadrooned body and ebonised handle and finial, approximately 724g; ... read more

Sold for £150 More details 1  

Lot 19 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

SET OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER QUEEN'S PATTERN TEASPOONS maker John Murray or John Muir, Glasgow 1841; with two Victorian teaspoons, Glasgow 1869, ... read more

Sold for £55 More details 1  

Lot 20 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

LARGE SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED TRAY maker Walker & Hall, of oval form and twin handles, with cast shell border and engraved with acanthus and foliate ... read more

Sold for £50 More details 1  

Lot 21 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

FOUR SILVER PLATED ENTREE DISHES unmarked, of oval form, with scroll decoration and monogrammed EW, with lids and removable handles; along with a ... read more

Sold for £75 More details 1  

Lot 22 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

VICTORIAN SILVER CARD CASE maker 'RLH', London 1884, in original velvet-lined fitted leather case, approximately 65g, 10cm long, 7cm wide

Sold for £380 More details 1  

Lot 23 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

TWO EARLY 19TH CENTURY DUMFRIES PROVINCIAL SILVER TEASPOONS maker David Grey, c.1820, of fiddle pattern design, with engraved initial 'C' to terminal, ... read more

Sold for £30 More details 1  

Lot 25 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

LOT OF GEORGIAN AND VICTORIAN SILVER FLATWARE to include two Old English pattern teaspoons, London 1828, Victorian bright cut spoon, London 1841; ... read more

Sold for £65 More details 1  

Lot 26 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

SILVER MOUNTED VANITY SET maker Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1941/1952/1954/1964, comprising a handheld mirror, hairbrush, clothes brush and ... read more

Sold for £25 More details 1  

Lot 28 (The Silver Auction, 26th January 2017)

LOT OF SMALL SILVER COLLECTABLES to include a cigarette case, Birmingham 1897, mustard pot with blue glass liner, Birmingham 1912, salt and ... read more

Sold for £75 More details 1