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22 March 2017

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Lot No: 723

Ten William IV teaspoons, by William Sweet, Exeter 1832; Six and three Victorian teaspoons, by Thomas Hartstone, Exeter 1865 and 1869; four George III teaspoons, by William Eley & William Fearne, various dates; two other Victorian teaspoons; and a Victoria ...

Estimate GBP: £80.00 - £150.00


Lot No: 724

Four George III silver gilt serving spoons, by Alice and George Burrows II, London 1804, Old English pattern, later decorated with floral and ribbon designs, the bowls with applied foliate design and leaf, engraved initials, in Reid & Sons velvet lined cas ...

Estimate GBP: £80.00 - £120.00


Lot No: 725

An Edwardian seven bar toast rack, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1903, rectangular with wirework divisions, loop handle, 13.5cms (5 1/4in.), 6.6oz.

Estimate GBP: £60.00 - £80.00


Lot No: 726

A pair of Edwardian candlesticks, by Martin Hall & Co., Sheffield 1907, of plain column form, engraved initials, loaded bases; and a pair of Edwardian table salts with matching spoons, by Daniel George Collins, London 1907, in velvet lined oak case. (3)

Estimate GBP: £100.00 - £150.00


Lot No: 727

A George III cream jug, by Thomas Sheppard, London 1777, baluster shaped, with embossed rococo style decoration, trefid feet, 10cms (4in.); a William IV christening mug, by Joseph Angell I and John Angel I, London 1835, campana-shaped, decorated flower and ...

Estimate GBP: £80.00 - £140.00


Lot No: 728

An Edwardian and later three-piece matched tea service, by William Aitken and F.H., London 1903 and Birmingham 1970, each piece circular with cut rim, lion mask and paw feet, height of teapot 16cms (6 1/4in.), 27oz. gross. (3)

Estimate GBP: £180.00 - £250.00


Lot No: 729

An early George III coffee pot, by John Paine, London 1765, baluster shaped, later chased and embossed with rococo style flowers and scrolls, vacant cartouche, stained wooden handle, 27cms (10 1/2in.), 28.25oz.

Estimate GBP: £500.00 - £700.00


Lot No: 730

A George IV tablespoon, by James Beebe, London 1829, fiddle pattern; five Victorian teaspoons, by Thomas Smily, London 1875; an Edwardian ornamental coffee spoon; and a 1937 Silver Coronation spoon, 8oz. (8)

Estimate GBP: £60.00 - £80.00


Lot No: 731

A set of four George V five bar toast racks, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1911, of Art Deco design, each (10cms) 4in. long, 6oz. gross.

Estimate GBP: £700.00 - £100.00


Lot No: 732

A Victorian christening mug, by Edward Ker Reid, London 1867, circular tapered, engraved foliate design and monogram, 8cms (3 1/4in.) high, 4.7oz., in fitted blue case by Dobson & Sons, Piccadilly, London.

Estimate GBP: £80.00 - £120.00