Lot 600 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A 19th Century old Sheffield plated oval cake basket, with swing handle and beaded decoration, 14in. (36cms). diameter.

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Lot 601 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A pair of plated sauce tureens and cover, 19th Century, rounded rectangular, with gadrooned borders, engraved crest, 6 3/4in. (17cms). NB The crest ... read more

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Lot 602 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

An early 20th Century tea kettle-on-stand, engraved with the crest of Clan Hannay, 11in. (28cms) high; a Victorian embossed baluster coffee pot, 9 ... read more

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Lot 603 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A WMF silver plated flower vase, No. 331B, with glass liner, 14in. (36cms), see Page 107 Art Nouveau Domestic Metalwork from Wurttenbergische ... read more

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Lot 604 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

An EPNS flatware and cutlery service for twelve settings, by William Hutton & Son, Sheffield c.1900, Old English pattern, 157 pieces, contained in ... read more

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Lot 605 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A three-piece bachelors tea service, in the manner of Christopher Dresser, engraved leaf and foliate designs, height of teapot 4in. (10cms).

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Lot 606 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Twelve late 19th Century EPNS and mother-of-pearl fruit knives and matching forks, in velvet lined case.

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Lot 607 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Polish flatware and cutlery, by Henneberg BM, comprising: dinner knives and forks; dessert knives and forks; tablespoons; teaspoons; and a tartlet ... read more

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Lot 608 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Victorian electrotype reproduction embossed tankard, by Elkington, Mason & Co., oval, profusely decorated with classical figures, inscribed to the ... read more

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Lot 609 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Victorian electrotype ewer, by Elkington & Co, late 19th Century, after a design by Francois Briot, with stamp to base Elkington 978, 12in. ... read more

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Lot 610 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Three Victorian oval meat dish covers, by Padley, Parkin & Staniforth, Sheffield, with initials, 14 1/4in. (36cms), 14 1/2in. (37cms), and 12 1/4in. ... read more

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Lot 611 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A set of twelve cast white metal apostle serving spoons in the West Country style, with oval bowls, mask and feather edge stems, each engraved with a ... read more

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Lot 612 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Six George V dessert spoons, by Cooper Bros. & Sons Ltd., 1923, Old English pattern, engraved initials, 10oz.

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Lot 613 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A pair of George V cafe au lait pots, by Percy Webster, London 1928, circular tapered, domed covers, composition handles, 8in. (20.5cms), 31.7oz.

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Lot 614 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A 1930's four-piece tea service, by H. Pidduck & Sons, London 1936-39, each piece of spot hammered circular tapered form, engraved initial 'M', the ... read more

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Lot 615 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George VI cake stand, by H. Pidduck & Sons, London 1938, of fluted circular form, centred by engraved initial 'M', rim foot, 8in. (20cms) wide, ... read more

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Lot 616 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

An Elizabeth II four-piece tea service, by Viners, Sheffield 1961-62, of shaped octagonal form, with pad feet, the teapot and hot water jug with ... read more

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Lot 617 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George V tea kettle on stand, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1929, also bears hallmarks for Gebr. Friedlandr, Germany, circular tapered with bay ... read more

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Lot 618 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

An Elizabeth II cut glass and silver mounted decanter, by C.S. Green & Co., Birmingham modern, ovoid with slender stopper, 15in. (38.5cms); and ... read more

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Lot 619 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George VI seven bar toast rack, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1937, 5 1/4in. (13.5cms), 7.86oz.

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Lot 620 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A pair of Edwardian sugar tongs, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1904, wishbone pattern, 4in. (10cms); and an Elizabeth II cup, by Mappin & Webb, ... read more

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Lot 621 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George V salver, probably by Silbray Hall & Co., Sheffield 1932, shaped circular, with knurl pattern feet, 12 1/4in. (30.5cms), 29.2oz.

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Lot 622 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George V three-piece fruit serving set, by George Jackson and Daniel Fullerton, London 1914, comprising: two fruit serving spoons with silver gilt ... read more

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Lot 623 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George V salver, by Atkin Bros., Sheffield 1927, with inscription ''To R.F. Horner Esq., in appreciation of the friendship and help given to ... read more

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Lot 624 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George VI and later flatware service, by Viners, Sheffield 1938 and 1958, pointed and fluted Old English pattern, comprising: nine dessert spoons, ... read more

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Lot 625 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A pair of George VI five bar toast racks, by Viners, Sheffield 1938, 3in. (7.5cms); a late Victorian bon bon dish, 3 1/4in. (8.5cms); and a pair of ... read more

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Lot 626 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George V sauce boat, by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1934, oval with gadrooned border, scroll handle, 6in. (15cms); a George V sauce boat, by S.P. ... read more

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Lot 627 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

An Elizabeth II mug, by V.S. Ltd., Birmingham 1968, 4 1/4in. (11cms), 7.75oz.

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Lot 628 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

British Hallmarks: a set of six George V teaspoons, various Assay Offices, 1935, in velvet lined case; six Elizabeth II teaspoons, various Assay ... read more

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Lot 629 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Three Elizabeth II two-handled bowls, by B.S.C. Bros., Sheffield 1966, 7in. (17.5cms), 26oz.

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Lot 630 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A pair of Elizabeth II caddy spoons, by Cooper Bros., Sheffield 1975, Celtic pattern; and six George VI pastry forks, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield ... read more

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Lot 631 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George V presentation salver, by Cooper Bros. & Sons Ltd., Sheffield 1927, shaped circular, centred by a Royal Artillery insignia and inscription '' ... read more

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Lot 632 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George V table salt, by Jay, Richard Attenborough Co. Ltd., Chester 1930, 4in. (10cms), 3.98oz.

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Lot 633 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A pair of Elizabeth II sauce boats, by S.J. Rose & Son, Birmingham 1964, 7in. (17.5cms), 13.2oz.

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Lot 634 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A pair of George V sauce ladles, by George Howson, Sheffield 1919, Old English pattern; and two Victorian tablespoons, by Muirhead & Arthur, Glasgow ... read more

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Lot 635 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George V ink stand, by Barker Bros., Chester 1925, rounded rectangular, with two detachable inkwells, 8 1/2in. (21.5cms), 13.6oz.

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Lot 636 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George VI fruit bowl, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1938, pierced circular, with inscription to ''Mr. F.A. King...'', opaque glass liner, 19.17oz.

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Lot 640 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George V cruet stand, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., Sheffield 1912, pierced oval in the classical taste, 9 1/2in. (24cms), 24.5oz.

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Lot 641 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George III salver, by Peter and Ann Bateman, London 1797, circular, with straight gadrooned border with central coat of arms, on plain fluted ... read more

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Lot 642 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Victorian seven bar toast rack, by Charles Thomas Fox and George Fox, London 1845, 6in. (15cms), 11.6oz; and a 19th Century plated toast rack, 5 ... read more

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Lot 643 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George III tea caddy, by W.S., London 1781, rectangular, engraved foliated scrolls around cartouche, detachable cover, 4 1/4in. (11cms), 6.85oz.

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Lot 644 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George III teapot, by Joseph Craddock and William Ker Reid, together with later marks for George Ivory, London 1853, oval with foliate band, ... read more

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Lot 645 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George V bread dish, by Stuart Dawson & Co. Ltd., London 1912, pierced oval, 13in. (33cms), 9.5oz.

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Lot 646 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George II brandy warmer, by William Coles, London 1739, the circular bowl of bulbous outline, with pouring spout, hinged cover possibly later and ... read more

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Lot 647 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A pair of Edwardian candlesticks, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co. Ltd., London 1905, in the mid 18th Century taste, 6 1/2in. (16.5cms), 14.9oz.

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Lot 648 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George IV gravy spoon, by William Eaton, London 1836, Kings husk pattern, engraved crest, 6.85oz.

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Lot 649 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George IV soup ladle, by Andrew Wilkie, Edinburgh 1821, single struck Kings pattern and engraved initial, 7.4oz.

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Lot 650 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

An Edwardian jar and cover, by Nathan & Hayes, Birmingham 1905, in the form of a Guernsey cream jug, the base stamped 'Roger, Guernsey', 4 1/4in. ... read more

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Lot 651 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Victorian salver, by Watson & Gillott, Sheffield 1898, shaped circular, with leaf, shell and scroll border, engraved leaf centre around cartouche, ... read more

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Lot 652 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George III coffee pot, by I.S., London 1770, baluster shaped with fluted and embossed floral design, the cartouche with monogram, domed cover, urn ... read more

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Lot 653 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George III teapot, by James Young, London 1783, oval with beaded borders, ivory canopy finial and scroll handle, ball feet, 5 1/2in. (14cms), ... read more

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Lot 654 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

An Irish George III sauce boat, maker's marks and date rubbed, oval, with multi scroll handle, engraved winged dragon crest and initials, leaf and ... read more

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Lot 655 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Victorian tea kettle on stand, by Henry Stratford, Sheffield 1899-1900, of fluted oval form, hinged cover, ebonised canopy finial and fixed handle ... read more

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Lot 656 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George III cream jug, by Peter & William Bateman, London 1813, helmet-shaped, engraved initials, 5 1/2in. (14cms), 3.95oz.

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Lot 657 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

An early 20th Century three-piece tea service, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1908 and 1910, of shaped oval half fluted form, engraved initial 'H', the ... read more

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Lot 658 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A matched pair of Victorian/Edwardian candlesticks, by Huttons, London & Sheffield 1899 and 1902, in the classical style, loaded bases, 9 1/2in. ... read more

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Lot 659 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Six Victorian fish knives and six matching fish forks, by Harrison Bros. and Howson (Henry Howson), Sheffield 1879-80, with carved ivory handles, in ... read more

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Lot 660 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George III two-handled loving cup, by John Langlands I, Newcastle 1774, circular tapered with applied mid rib, scroll handles, spreading base, 6in. ... read more

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Lot 661 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Victorian table lamp, by Harrison Bros. and Howson (George Howson), Sheffield 1900, of corinthian column form, with stepped filled base, ... read more

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Lot 662 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Victorian tray, by Walter & John Barnard, London 1888, oval with swag, paterae and beadwork border, claw and ball feet, bears retailer's mark of ... read more

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Lot 663 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Victorian cake knife, by Martin, Paul & Co., Sheffield 1876, engraved crest and monogram, in velvet lined case; eight Georgian Newcastle teaspoons, ... read more

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Lot 664 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Five Victorian dessert spoons, by John Walton and Reid & Sons, Newcastle 1844 and 1847, fiddle pattern, engraved initials; and four Victorian dessert ... read more

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Lot 665 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Eleven Victorian teaspoons and matching sugar tongs, by George Maudsley Jackson, London 1885-86, in velvet lined case; five Elizabeth II coffee ... read more

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Lot 666 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

An early 20th Century caster, marks rubbed, octagonal, 6 1/4in. (16cms); and five Edwardian napkin rings, by William Devenport, Birmingham 1902, in ... read more

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Lot 667 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Six George I tablespoons, maker's mark worn, London 1720, hanoverian and rat tail pattern, engraved initials, 11.015oz.

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Lot 668 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Eight George IV table forks, by William Chawner II, London 1824, fiddle pattern and engraved crest, 19.4oz.

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Lot 669 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Twelve Victorian dessert spoon, by Chawner & Co. (George William Adams), London 1874, Old English pattern, engraved initial 'W', 17.5oz.

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Lot 670 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Six Victorian dessert forks, by Reid & Sons (Christian John Reid), Newcastle 1875, Old English shell pattern, 6.9oz.

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Lot 671 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Two Victorian table forks, by James Barber and William North, York 1845, fiddle pattern, engraved crest; and a George IV table fork, by William ... read more

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Lot 672 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Six Victorian teaspoons, by Lister & Sons, Newcastle 1854, fiddle and shell pattern, engraved initials; and six Victorian teaspoons, by Chawner & Co. ... read more

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Lot 673 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Six George III teaspoons, maker's marks and date rubbed, Old English pattern, engraved initial; a Victorian silver gilt mustard spoon, by James McKay, ... read more

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Lot 674 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Six 19th Century silver handled table knives, bear hallmarks for Moses Brent, with later stainless steel blades.

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Lot 675 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George III sugar sifting spoon, by George Smith III, London 1785, Old English pattern, engraved crest; and three pairs of Georgian and later ... read more

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Lot 676 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Georgian teapot stand, stamped double duty mark, other hallmarks worn, oval with central initials, one leg missing, 6 3/4in. (17cms), 3.7oz.

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Lot 677 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Five George III teaspoons, by Dorothy Langlands, c1810; and a selection of other Georgian and later teaspoons, by Thomas Wheatley, John Langlands II ... read more

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Lot 678 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Assorted Georgian and later Newcastle teaspoons, mostly by Thomas Wheatley, Christian Ker Reid and David Reid, various dates; and a Victorian salt ... read more

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Lot 679 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Ten assorted George III ''fancy back'' teaspoons, including basket of flowers, ''Plenty Feathers'', shell, etc., hanoverian and Old English pattern, ... read more

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Lot 680 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Five George III teaspoons, by Peter and William Bateman, London 1809, Old English pattern; eight assorted Georgian and later teaspoons, various ... read more

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Lot 681 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Five Victorian three pronged table forks, by John, Edward, Walter and John Barnard (Barnard & Sons Ltd.), London 1869, beaded Old English pattern, 10. ... read more

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Lot 682 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Two George III tablespoons, by John Langlands II, London 1801; two George III tablespoons, by Thomas Streetin, London 1800; a George III tablespoon, ... read more

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Lot 683 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Two George IV tablespoons, by William Cummins, Dublin 1822; two George IV tablespoons, maker's mark of George Innes over another mark, Glasgow 1820, ... read more

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Lot 684 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Queen Anne Britannia standard tablespoon, by Joseph Smith I, c.1707, hanoverian and rat tail; and another George I tablespoon, maker's mark ... read more

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Lot 685 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Two mid 18th Century tablespoons, hallmarks worn, hanoverian pattern with fancy backs engraved initials, 3.9oz.

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Lot 686 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George III tablespoon, by Hester Bateman, London 1780, hanoverian pattern with single drop engraved initials; a Queen Anne Britannia standard ... read more

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Lot 687 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George III sugar basket and another smaller basket, by Burradge Davenport, London 1782 and 1780, each urn-shaped, engraved with ribbon and floral ... read more

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Lot 688 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Victorian salver, by William Ker Reid, London 1846, engraved foliate design, with inscription, raised scroll and leaf border, leaf pattern feet, 15 ... read more

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Lot 689 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Victorian glass and silver mounted claret jug, by W. & G. Sissons, Sheffield 1878, engraved initial to cover (damaged foot); and a pair of George V ... read more

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Lot 690 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George III presentation cup, by Soloman Hougham, London 1802, fluted urn form, engraved with heraldic shield, 8in. (20cms), 16.9oz. NB The arms are ... read more

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Lot 691 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George II salver, possibly by William Justis, London 1752, shaped circular with raised scroll and leaf border, knurl feet, engraved N over RM to ... read more

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Lot 692 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George III tankard, by Samuel Whitford I, London 1766, baluster shaped and later embossed with a scene of knights in battle, engraved crest, 6 ... read more

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Lot 693 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

Six William IV table forks, by Mary Chawner, London 1835, fiddle pattern and engraved initial 'A', 15.06oz.

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Lot 700 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

An Edwardian silver trump suit marker, by William Vale & Sons, Birmingham 1902, the top engraved ''What are trumps?'', with fitting for pencil, 3 ... read more

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Lot 701 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Victorian silver wheelbarrow pattern stamp holder, maker's mark and date mark indistinct, 2 1/2in. (6.5cms).

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Lot 702 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

An Edwardian silver vesta case, by Walker & Hall, with enamelled flag to front, 2in. (5cms).

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Lot 703 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A plated horses head pattern vesta case, stamped 'RD214447', 2 1/4in. (5.5cms).

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Lot 704 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A George III caddy spoon, by John Lawrence, Birmingham 1814, shell bowl, engraved handle; and a George III caddy spoon, by William Eaton, London 1819, ... read more

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Lot 705 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A pair of Norwegian sterling novelty pepper casters, in the form of polar bears, by David Andersen, 2 1/4in. (5.5cms). See illustration

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Lot 706 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A pair of Norwegian silver pepperettes, of stylized bud form, probably by Aksel Holmsen, Sandefjord.

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Lot 707 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Victorian silver snuff box, by George Unite, Birmingham 1882, shaped rectangular and engraved inscription ''Presented to Mr. John McDonald from the ... read more

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Lot 708 (Fine Art, Wed, 17th Jun 2015)

A Victorian silver cased carriage clock, marks indistinct but possibly by Drew & Sons, London 1895, engraved monogram, 2 1/2in. (6.5cms).

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