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Lot 1 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

EDWARDIAN SILVER MOUNTED GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE maker Abraham Meyer Blanckensee, Birmingham 1906, the neck of the silver bottle with damages, with ... read more

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Lot 2 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

PAIR OF SILVER CANDELABRA maker Mappin & Webb Ltd, Birmingham 1983, each with three sconces with reeded stems, over turned base and circular foot, ... read more

Sold for £190 More details 1  

Lot 3 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

GEORGE VI SILVER TWO HANDLED TROPHY CUP maker's mark rubbed (C?& Co inside a shield), Birmingham 1939, on stepped circular foot, approximately 247g, ... read more

Sold for £65 More details 1  

Lot 4 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

LOT OF SMALL SILVER ITEMS comprising a Victorian silver condiment pot with blue glass liner (cracked), maker Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1885, 8cm ... read more

Sold for £70 More details 1  

Lot 6 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

LATE VICTORIAN SILVER EGG CUP AND SPOON CHRISTENING SET maker James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1887, each engraved 'Peter' and with embossed scrolling ... read more

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Lot 7 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

ART DECO SILVER CIGARETTE CASE maker Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1940, with engine turned design, approximately 239g, 15cm long

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Lot 8 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

GEORGE V SILVER MINIATURE CUPS maker Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1911-12, each of tapering form on wide circular bases, in fitted case, ... read more

Sold for £130 More details 1  

Lot 9 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

LOT OF SILVER ITEMS including charm bracelet with coins and Asian silver charms, Siam silver tie pin, buckle, bangle, locket, etc, weighable silver ... read more

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Lot 10 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

SILVER MUSTARD POT maker Ernest W Haywood, Birmingham 1946, missing spoon, with glass liner; along with five silver teaspoons, maker Henry Matthews, ... read more

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Lot 11 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

SILVER CASKET no maker's mark or date, marked SILVER to base, engine turned, hinged, lightly domed lid, wood lined interior, 11.5cm wide

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Lot 12 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

SILVER TWO HANDLED PRESENTATION TROPHY CUP maker Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1924, bearing presentation inscription 'The Thistle Trophy presented by F. ... read more

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Lot 13 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

LOT OF SILVER OBJECTS including a silver cigarette case, maker A & J Zimmerman Ltd, Birmingham 1915, inscribed 'T.B.N Xmas 1915', 11.5cm wide; ... read more

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Lot 14 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

GEORGE V SILVER SEVEN PIECE CONDIMENT SET maker Synyer & Beddoes, Birmingham 1918, comprising salt, pepper, one lidded and three open mustards and ... read more

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Lot 15 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED ADAM REVIVAL CANDLESTICKS maker Hawksworth, Eyre & Co, Sheffield, with Neoclassical column stem with goat head ... read more

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Lot 17 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

SET OF SIX SILVER GILT ENAMELLED COCKTAIL STICKS maker Adie Brother Ltd, Birmingham 1950/51, the finials modelled as witches on broomsticks with ... read more

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Lot 18 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

GEORGE V SET OF SIX SILVER COFFEE SPOONS maker Josiah Williams & Co, London 1930, together with a set of six rat-tail silver teaspoons, maker Francis ... read more

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Lot 20 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

EDWARD VII SILVER SERVING SPOON maker George Edward & Sons (Glasgow), Sheffield 1907, long handle at shallow angle, with deep circular bowl, with bee ... read more

Sold for £85 More details 1  

Lot 23 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

LOT OF TWELVE SILVER TABLE FORKS various makers, nine by Richard Crossley & George Smith IV, 1810, all marked London, dates up to 1892, each ... read more

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Lot 24 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

LOT OF FIFTEEN SILVER TEASPOONS one matched set of five and another matched set of four, the other six unmatched, marks rubbed, the longest 14cm, ... read more

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Lot 26 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

SET OF FIVE REGENCY SILVER DESSERT SPOONS maker James Beebe, London 1817, each handle engraved with initial 'M', each 18cm long; together with two ... read more

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Lot 27 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

THREE GEORGE III SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLESPOONS maker Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1807, engraved with initial 'W' to handle of spoon, each 22cm ... read more

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Lot 28 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

LOT OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER FLATWARE including four silver teaspoons of Old English pattern, maker's mark rubbed, London 1817/maker Thomas Wallis II, ... read more

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Lot 29 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

EIGHT GEORGE IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FORKS maker Spooner Clowes & Co, Birmingham 1826, each handle engraved with boar, approximately 19.5cm long; ... read more

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Lot 30 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

GEORGE III SILVER CARD TRAY maker's mark 'L.C T.H', London 1777, with beaded rim and on three hoof feet, approximately 261g, 15.5cm diameter

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Lot 31 (The Silver Auction, 1st June 2017)

SIX NORWEGIAN SILVER SPOONS each 19cm long; together with five silver fruit/fish forks, with trefoil handles, each engraved '830S HE', approximately ... read more

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