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SH070 - A Gentleman’s Collection of English and Irish Silver

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Shapiro Gallery, 162 Queen St, Woollahra, Sydney
LOT 1

Mug

plain body tucked in at the base on a moulded spreading foot, with looped ‘S’ shaped handle, maker’s mark indistinct, bearing marks for London 1738

Measurements:
weight 315grs, height 11cm
  • EStimate $350 - $450
  • sold $1,020 Incl BP
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LOT 2

William Cripps

Lidded Tankard, London, 1763

plain baluster shaped body with girdle, on moulded spreading foot, lightly domed and moulded hinged lid with openwork thumb piece, the handle terminating in a bold scroll design, bearing marks for William Cripps, London, 1763

Measurements:
weight 815grs, height 21cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
  • sold $2,400 Incl BP
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LOT 3

W. & J. Priest

Twin Handled Cup

plain bell shaped body with girdle and two handles, on pedestal foot, lightly gilt interior, bearing marks for W and J. Priest, London, 1765

Measurements:
weight 395grs, height 14cm
  • EStimate $350 - $450
  • sold $600 Incl BP
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LOT 4

Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co.

Silver Mounted Crystal Claret Jug

hob nail cut ovoid crystal body with plain silver neck and flat top hinged lid, covered rim spout and ‘7’ shaped handle, bearing marks for Goldsmiths and Silversmiths co, London, 1911

Measurements:
height 19cm
  • EStimate $250 - $350
  • sold $456 Incl BP
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LOT 5

Henry Chawner & John Emes

Wine Funnell

plain moulded bowl with a reeded rim and shaped tab, having detachable spout with reeded rim, engraved with a crest and motto, bearing marks for Henry Chawner and John Emes, London, 1796

Measurements:
weight 65grs, bowl diameter 7.5cm
  • EStimate $300 - $400
  • sold $1,140 Incl BP
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LOT 6

Bead Pattern Flatware Service

various makers and dates, comprising six tablespoons, six dessert spoons and six dessert forks bearing marks for Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1867; six table forks and six teaspoons bearing marks for George Adams, London1863 and 1865 respectively; two table forks bearing marks for James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1896; two dessert spoons bearing marks […]

Measurements:
total silver weight 2505grs
  • EStimate $2,500 - $3,500
  • sold $1,800 Incl BP
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LOT 7

Five Teaspoons

Fiddle pattern, four initialled ‘GM’ and bearing marks for William Bateman, London 1817, the other initialled and bearing marks for Thomas Smily, London 1862 ; together with two teaspoons, one Celtic Point, crested and bearing marks for William Auld, Edinburgh c1800, the other having ornate figural handle and marked “sterling”, possibly American 20th Century   (7)

Measurements:
total weight 120grs
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $312 Incl BP
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LOT 8

Six Coffee Spoons

Scottish Fiddle pattern, initialled ‘WA’, bearing marks for JR&S, Edinburgh 1882; together with six coffee spoons of foliate pattern, bearing marks for Levi and Salaman, Birmingham 1901   (12)

Measurements:
total weight 105grs
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $96 Incl BP
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LOT 9

Peter and William Bateman

Six Teaspoons

Fiddle pattern, initialled ‘B’, bearing marks for Peter and William Bateman, London 1811; together with five five teaspoons of Old English pattern, bearing marks for William Bateman, London 1818   (11)

Measurements:
total weight 175grs
  • EStimate $175 - $275
  • sold $288 Incl BP
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LOT 10

Six Continental Apostle Spoons

having long handles with decorative stems, terminating with Apostle atop twist stem column, probably Dutch (6)

Measurements:
weight 120grs
  • EStimate $50 - $100
  • sold $48 Incl BP
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LOT 11

Paul Storr

Four Salt Spoons

fiddle thread and shell pattern, initialled ‘W’, bearing rubbed marks for Paul Storr, London 1817 and 1818 (4)

Measurements:
weight 90grs
  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $480 Incl BP
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LOT 12

Five Various Salt Spoons

all fiddle pattern, comprising salt ladle bearing marks for Jonathan Hayne, London 1837, salt shovel possibly Peter Godfrey and bearing marks for Dublin, 1840, salt spoon maker indistinct, bearing marks for Birmingham 1813 and two small salt spoons bearing marks for Birmingham and Sheffield; together with two mustard spoons, both fiddle pattern and crested, bearing […]

Measurements:
total weight 60grs
  • EStimate $50 - $100
  • sold $168 Incl BP
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LOT 13

Three Table Spoons

comprising one crested Britannia standard Hanoverian rat tail bearing indistinct makers mark, London 1718; one Hanoverian pattern rat tail, initialled ‘A’ over ‘TP’ and bearing marks for Henry Clarke, London 1722; and one trefid picture back later altered bearing marks for Benjamin Cartwright, London 1758; together with a pair of table spoons plain Old English […]

Measurements:
total weight 245grs
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $240 Incl BP
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LOT 14

Three Irish Table Spoons

fiddle pattern, two initialled ‘DML’ and bearing marks for John Power, Dublin 1806, one inscribed “Rev’d/JOR” and bearing marks for Samuel Neville, Dublin 1834 (3)

Measurements:
total weight 195grs, length 23cm each
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $312 Incl BP
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LOT 15

Three Table Spoons

fiddle pattern, two crested and bearing marks for Mary Chawner, London 1836; one initialled ‘RJK’ and bearing marks for Eley, Fern and Chawner, London 1813 (3)

Measurements:
total weight 235grs
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $240 Incl BP
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LOT 16

William Chawner

Pair of Asparagus Serving Tongs

plain bowed Old English pattern with internally ribbed blades, one engraved on outside with crest, bearing marks for William Chawner, London 1814

Measurements:
weight 175grs, length 24cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $600 Incl BP
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LOT 17

William Eaton

Soup Ladle

Queens (variant) pattern, having ovoid bowl and bearing marks for William Eaton, London 1834

Measurements:
weight 310grs, length 36cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $384 Incl BP
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LOT 18

Eley and Fern

Fish Slice

fiddle pattern, engraved with crest, the scimitar blade pierced with crescents and panels, bearing marks for Eley and Fern, London 1807

Measurements:
weight 155grs, length 30.5cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $312 Incl BP
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LOT 19

Thomas Chawner

Pair of Berry Spoons

Old English bead pattern table spoons, crested and later decorated with embossed fruit, bearing marks for Thomas Chawner, London 1774 (2)

Measurements:
weight 145grs, length 21.5cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $336 Incl BP
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LOT 20

Hunt and Roskell

Cheese Scoop

Old English pattern, bearing fouled anchor surmounted by coronet in relief and having government stamp on reverse, bearing marks for Hunt and Roskell, London 1846

Measurements:
weight 75grs, length 21.5cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $360 Incl BP
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LOT 21

Peter, Ann and William Bateman

Straining Spoon

Old English pattern, the strainer pierced with ‘chess pawn’ motifs, bearing marks for Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London 1800

Measurements:
weight 135grs, length 29.5cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $780 Incl BP
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LOT 22

Eley and Fern

Straining Spoon

plain Old English pattern, the strainer pierced with two rows of panels, bearing marks for Eley and Fern, London 1804; together with basting spoon of Old English pattern and engraved with crest, bearing marks for George Smith and William Fern, London 1789 (2)

Measurements:
weight 265grs
  • EStimate $250 - $350
  • sold $960 Incl BP
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LOT 23

Richard Sawyer

Irish Straining Spoon

fiddle pattern engraved with crest, the strainer pierced with panels above circles, bearing marks for Richard Sawyer, Dublin 1806

Measurements:
weight 160grs, length 33.5cm
  • EStimate $175 - $275
  • sold $540 Incl BP
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LOT 24

Edward Dymond

Marrow Spoon

rat tail bowl with single marrow scoop, bearing marks for Edward Dymond, London c1725

Measurements:
weight 40grs, length 21cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $480 Incl BP
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LOT 25

Hester Bateman

Marrow Spoon

having single marrow scoop and bearing marks for Hester Bateman, London 1780

Measurements:
weight 50grs, length 21.5cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 26

Thomas and William Chawner

Marrow Scoop

double ended and of plain design, bearing marks for Thomas and William Chawner, London 1760; together with marrow scoop, double ended and of plain design and bearing marks for John Lambe, London 1774   (2)

Measurements:
respectively weight 35grs, length 21cm; weight 35grs, length 21cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $540 Incl BP
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LOT 27

John Power

Irish Marrow Scoop

double ended and of plain design, bearing marks for John Power, Dublin 1802

Measurements:
weight 45grs, length 22.5cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $540 Incl BP
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LOT 28

Robert Cattle and James Barber

Marrow Scoop

double ended and of plain design, bearing marks for Robert Cattle and James Barber, York 1812

Measurements:
weight 40grs, length 23cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $420 Incl BP
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LOT 29

Hester Bateman

Toddy Ladle

plain hemispherical bowl with pouring lip and lightly everting rim and with coin dated 1680 inset to base, mounted with turned wood handle, bearing marks on handle socket shank for Hester Bateman c1780; together with another toddy ladle having ovoid bowl and pouring lip, decorated with four flutes and chased with flowers and foliate work […]

Measurements:
respectively length 32cm; length 34cm; length 39cm
  • EStimate $250 - $350
  • sold $660 Incl BP
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LOT 30

George Adams

Small Ladle

Old English Bead pattern and having circular bowl, bearing marks for George Adams, London 1841; together with another small ladle of fiddle pattern with round flat bottom bowl and initialled ‘F’, bearing marks for JBC, Edinburgh 1837   (2)

Measurements:
respectively weight 25grs, length 14.5cm; weight 30grs, length 15cm
  • EStimate $50 - $100
  • sold $216 Incl BP
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LOT 31

George Smith and William Fern

Sifter Ladle

Old English pattern and engraved with crest, having round bowl pierced with circles and bearing marks for George Smith and William Fern, London 1786; together with another sifter ladle of Old English zigzag pattern having round flat based bowl with pierced circle pattern, crested and initialled to reverse with indistinct marks, possibly late 18th to […]

Measurements:
respectively length 12cm; weight 20grs, length 12cm; weight 25grs, length 13.5cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $288 Incl BP
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LOT 32

Two Mote Spoons

one having shell back and engraved ‘F’ over ‘TE’, the other having plain drop to bowl and engraved ‘M’, both having bowl pierced with crosslets and sprays and bearing indistinct marks c1760   (2)

  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $300 Incl BP
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LOT 33

Possibly William Seaman

Caddy Spoon

of fiddle pattern with shell bowl and bearing marks for possibly William Seaman, London 1813; together with another caddy spoon of fiddle pattern and bearing marks FH, London 1978   (2)

Measurements:
respectively length 8cm; weight 22grs, length 9.5cm
  • EStimate $50 - $100
  • sold $264 Incl BP
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LOT 34

Georg Jensen

Sugar Spoon

pattern 21, leaf and berry decoration

Measurements:
weight 20grs, length 11cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $132 Incl BP
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LOT 35

Saunders and Shepherd

Cased Edward VIII Coronation Spoon

having fitted case with parchment document and bearing marks for Saunders and Shepherd, London 1936; together with four small coronation spoons, one inscribed ‘GML’ 1902, one inscribed ‘JL’ and bearing marks for Saunders and Shepherd, London 1901, the third bearing marks for Levi and Salaman, 1901 and the fourth bearing marks for Goldsmiths and Silversmiths […]

Measurements:
respectively weight 30grs, length 15.5cm; combined weight 56grs; length 4.5cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $156 Incl BP
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LOT 36

Ribbon Threader

scissor shaped and in the form of a Stork, bearing indistinct marks probably Austro-Hungarian mid 19th century

Measurements:
weight 50grs, length 12cm
  • EStimate $50 - $100
  • sold $192 Incl BP
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LOT 37

William Chawner

Meat Skewer

having plain faceted blade and ring and initialled ‘N’, bearing marks for William Chawner, London 1780

Measurements:
weight 100grs, length 30.5cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $552 Incl BP
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LOT 38

Pair of Knife Rests

moulded traverses with openwork ends of quatrefoil form, one bearing marks WK, London 1842 and the other bearing marks for London 1843   (2)

Measurements:
total weight 50grs, width 6.5cm
  • EStimate $50 - $100
  • sold $204 Incl BP
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LOT 39

Cased Set of Dessert Servers

bead pattern and comprising cake knife with engraved blade and loaded handle, four-tined cake fork with loaded handle and grape shears all in fitted case and bearing marks for possibly j. Gilbert, Birmingham 1875   (3)

Measurements:
shears weight 130grs, knife length 28.5cm
  • EStimate $300 - $400
  • sold $480 Incl BP
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LOT 40

Levi and Salaman

Bread Fork

Reed and Ribbon pattern handle, having three tines and bearing marks for Levi and Salaman, Birmingham 1904; together with four tined decorative fork having cartouche shaped handle and bearing marks for George Unite, Birmingham 1877; and together with serving trowel with decorative silver handle and metal spatula blade, marked Birks, Canada and probably 20th century  […]

Measurements:
respectively length 18.5cm; length 15.5cm; length 16cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $120 Incl BP
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LOT 41

Pair of Salts

of cauldron shape with beaded rims and clear glass liners and mounted on three hood feet, bearing marks TS, London 1783 and 1784   (2)

Measurements:
silver weight 70grs, diameter 6cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $312 Incl BP
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LOT 42

Charles Adam

Castor

plain baluster shape on moulded foot, the body crested and having reeded girdle and bayonet fitted cover with two pierced bands above sprays and commas separated by moulded girdle and surmounted by baluster finial, bearing marks for Charles Adam, London, probably 1710

Measurements:
weight 170grs, height 18cm
  • EStimate $450 - $550
  • sold $900 Incl BP
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LOT 43

Three Castors

vase shaped with plain body on spreading foot, two with pierced covers and one ‘blind’ and all having pull off lids and no finials, all marked to base with Newcastle town mark and lion passant only, c1730   (3)

Measurements:
weight 340grs, one height 13cm and two height 11cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 44

John Delmestre

Castor

vase shaped with engraved crest above moulded girdle, having pull off cover with pierced circles, spray and commas and surmounted by wrythen finial and bearing marks for John Delmester, London 1763

Measurements:
weight 90grs, height 14cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $528 Incl BP
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LOT 45

Thomas Daniell

Mustard Pot

drum shaped with pierced foliate scroll work and central initialled cartouche and having domed lid with openwork thumb piece and double scrolled leaf capped handle and blue glass liner, bearing marks for Thomas Daniel, London 1775

Measurements:
silver weight 90grs, height over thumb piece 8cm
  • EStimate $250 - $350
  • sold $1,080 Incl BP
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LOT 46

Brandy Pan

having bowl shaped body with sparrow beak spout, socket and wooden handle and bearing marks JW, London, possibly 1725

Measurements:
weight 105grs, height to rim 5cm, bowl diameter 6cm
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $576 Incl BP
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LOT 47

Possibly William Grundy

Brandy Pan

having plain bowl shaped body with shallow neck, moulded rim and rim spout, socket and turned wood handle and the body engraved with coat of arms, bearing marks possibly William Grundy, London 1744

Measurements:
total weight 400grs, height to rim 9cm, bowl diameter 10.5cm
  • EStimate $500 - $600
  • sold $1,440 Incl BP
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LOT 48

Brandy Pan

plain beaker shaped body on moulded foot ring and socket and mounted with wooden handle, bearing marks possibly WB, London 1759

Measurements:
total weight 165grs, height to rim 7.5cm, bowl diameter 8.5cm
  • EStimate $350 - $450
  • sold $780 Incl BP
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LOT 49

Brandy Pan

plain body of slight baluster shape with socket, spreading moulded foot ring and wooden handle, bearing marks possibly WB, London 1776

Measurements:
total weight 200grs, height to rim 8.5cm, bowl diameter 9cm
  • EStimate $350 - $450
  • sold $576 Incl BP
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LOT 50

Crispin Fuller

Brandy Pan

plain body of slight baluster shape with half covered rim spout and pull off lid and with socket and wooden handle and wooden baluster finial to lid, bearing marks for Crispin Fuller, London 1811

Measurements:
total weight 240grs, height to finial 10cm, bowl diameter 7.25cm
  • EStimate $400 - $500
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 51

Peter Archambo

Large Salver

circular form with shaped scroll, shell and foliate border and having central armorial on plain field with border of shell, scroll and diaper work and mounted on four scroll feet with acanthus leaf and rosette decoration, bearing marks for Peter Archambo, London 1773 (A/F)

Measurements:
weight 4840grs, scratch weight 159.00, diameter 58cm
  • EStimate $6,000 - $8,000
  • sold $10,320 Incl BP
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LOT 52

Hannam and Crouch

Pair of Oval Salvers

having gadrooned borders, the bodies engraved with coat of arms for Rambotham of Old Hall, Todmorden, Lancs, impaling Bateson and mounted on gadrooned panel land scroll feet, bearing marks for Hannam and Crouch, London 1802 and 1803   (2)

Measurements:
total weight 1210grs
  • EStimate $1,200 - $1,800
  • sold $4,320 Incl BP
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LOT 53

James Le Bas

Irish Waiter

circular form, having body chased with foliate scroll work enclosing crest and having beaded border, mounted on three panel feet and bearing marks for James Le Bas, Dublin 1811

Measurements:
weight 230grs, diameter 18cm
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 54

William and Aaron Lestourgeon

Argyle

plain drum shaped with moulding to base and rim and having internal sleeve filled through hinged cap on upper handle socket, long swan neck spout and gadroon rim pull off cover with baluster finial and mounted with looped wooden handle, bearing marks for William and Aaron Lestourgeon, London 1770

Measurements:
total weight 320grs, height 12cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $10,200 Incl BP
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LOT 55

Possibly William Townsend

Irish Dish Ring

circular form, waisted and pierced with sprays, crosslets and commas and engraved with ‘widows lozenge’ coat of arms, bearing Irish marks of the harp and Hibernia and uncertain makers mark possibly William Townsend, Dublin c1750

Measurements:
weight 615grs, height 8cm, diameter 8.5cm
  • EStimate $1,200 - $1,500
  • sold $4,200 Incl BP
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LOT 56

Probably William Abdy

Dish Cross

having swivel arms each with adjustable sliding unit comprising circular beaded foot below beaded figure of eight dish support and with central burner having circular beaded cover and wick aperture, bearing marks probably William Abdy, London 1785

Measurements:
weight 475grs, arm length 30cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $1,440 Incl BP
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LOT 57

Milne and Campbell

Sauce Boat

having plain shallow ovoid body with bold pouring lip and double scrolled leaf capped handle and mounted on oval moulded spreading foot, bearing marks for Milne and Campbell, Glasgow c1760

Measurements:
weight 215grs, height over handle 8.5cm, length 22cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $900 Incl BP
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LOT 58

Matthew West

Sauce Boat

having ovoid body with radiating flutes, plain and punch bead from the base and up sides with vacant punch bead cartouche to front and looped double scroll handle all mounted on four hoof feet, bearing marks for Matthew West, Dublin c1790

Measurements:
weight 140grs, height to lip 8.5cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $840 Incl BP
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LOT 59

Benjamin Smith II

Pair of Sauce Tureens

hemispherical form on pedestal foot with band of gadrooning and rising to gadroon flange with the plain body having two engraved crests and applied rim with band of foliate, reed and tie above shallow panelling, the reeded handles looped and terminating in lion masks, having moulded and slightly domed pull off covers with band of […]

Measurements:
total weight 1970grs, height to finial 18cm, bowl diameter 15cm
  • EStimate $2,500 - $4,500
  • sold $9,600 Incl BP
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LOT 60

Peter and William Bateman

Cake Basket

of oval navette shape with averting rim applied with reeding enclosure, band of Greek key decoration and frieze of foliate scrollwork, having a reeded swing handle and mounted on a spreading foot, bearing marks for Peter and William Bateman, London 1807

Measurements:
weight 900grs, body 25cm x 36cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $2,000
  • sold $2,040 Incl BP
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LOT 61

Basket

having plain well with foliate scroll work pierced sides and everted rim and on reeded foot ring, being decorated with trellis work and five cartouches, one initialled and two vacant, one bearing traces of early 19th century Sheffield hallmarks, probably reworked late 19th century

Measurements:
weight 375grs, diameter 26cm
  • EStimate $350 - $550
  • sold $504 Incl BP
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LOT 62

Butter Shell

scallop shaped with foliate scroll embossing to rim and edges with three Conch shell feet, bearing marks HA, Sheffield 1891

Measurements:
weight 110grs, length 15cm, width 13cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $288 Incl BP
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LOT 63

Samuel Thorne

Bleeding Bowl

having slightly moulded circular body with openwork tab handle engraved with ‘S’ over ‘I M’, bearing marks for Samuel Thorne, London possibly 1705

Measurements:
weight 275grs, bowl diameter 13.5cm
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
  • sold $4,560 Incl BP
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LOT 64

Gurney and Cook

Coffee Pot

plain baluster shaped on circular foot having moulded swan neck spout and wooden scroll handle and domed hinged lid with acorn finial and being engraved with coat of arms, bearing marks for Gurney and Cook, London 1755

Measurements:
total weight 750grs, height 24cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $2,000
  • sold $3,600 Incl BP
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LOT 65

John Scofield

Coffee Pot

plain baluster shaped body on spreading foot with bold gadrooned border and similar decoration to rim, having domed hinged cover with pineapple finial and boldly mounted curved spout and looped wooden handle, bearing marks for John Scofield, London 1774

Measurements:
weight 960grs, height 28cm
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
  • sold $2,040 Incl BP
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LOT 66

John Scofield

Coffee Jug

plain baluster body engraved with ‘widow’s lozenge’ coat of arms on spreading foot with beaded border and lightly domed hinged lid with matching beaded border and ball finial and having moulded rim spout and looped wooden handle, bearing marks for John Scofield, London c1782

Measurements:
total weight 720grs, height 28cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $2,000
  • sold $1,440 Incl BP
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LOT 67

William Burwash

Coffee Jug

vase form on spreading foot having half fluted body with bold shell and foliate rim below shallow neck, the upper section having scrolled decoration and rim spout, fluted flat hinged lid and mounted with looped wooden handle having bifurcating serpent head and tail sockets with crest engaved to body, bearing marks for William Burwash, London […]

Measurements:
weight 1010grs, height 23cm
  • EStimate $1,200 - $2,200
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LOT 68

Crichton Bros

Coffee Pot

having plain tapering body with moulded foot ring and straight spout, scrolled wooden handle and stepped hinged lid with baluster finial, bearing marks for Crichton Bros, London 1910

Measurements:
total weight 450grs, height 20cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $420 Incl BP
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LOT 69

H and A Vander

Coffee Jug

plain tapering body with tucked base on spreading foot and having rim spout, stepped domed hinged lid with baluster finial and mounted with scrolled wooden handle, bearing marks for H and A Vander, London 1912

Measurements:
total weight 310grs, height 18cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $480 Incl BP
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LOT 70

Pair of Cafetiere

plain tapering bodies, one having straight spout and the other rim spout, both having domed hinged lids with wooden finials and looped wooden handles, bearing marks GW, Sheffield 1930

Measurements:
weight 540grs, height 16cm and 17.5cm respectively
  • EStimate $450 - $550
  • sold $432 Incl BP
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LOT 71

James Round

Three Piece Tea Service

pieces having half fluted bodies with plain necks and gadroon and shell borders to everting rims, the teapot having wooden loop handle and ribbed button finial, the sugar basin twin handled and cream jug having handle and rim spout, bearing marks for James Round, Sheffield 1896 (3)

Measurements:
total weight 835grs, teapot height 12cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $960 Incl BP
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LOT 72

Francis Howden

Teapot

plain bodied oval section with two moulded bands engraved with Vitruvian decoration and having lightly domed hinged lid with matching decorationand button finial, swan neck spout and silver flat topped looped handle with insulators and having wreath cartouches either side with one engraved ‘M’ and the other vacant, bearing marks for Francis Howden, Edinburgh 1802

Measurements:
total weight 510grs, height 17cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $636 Incl BP
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LOT 73

C.S. Harris

Hot Water Jug

having plain spherical body with band of stylised leaf pattern circling the base of the straight neck and repeated on flat topped hinged lid with openwork thumb piece, sparrow beak spout and covered wicker looped handle, bearing marks for C.S. Harris, London 1889

Measurements:
total weight 380grs, height 14cm
  • EStimate $350 - $550
  • sold $420 Incl BP
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LOT 74

Possibly Daniel Mowden

Milk Jug

baluster shape on spreading foot with the body embossed with floral foliate work and two vacant cartouches and having undulating rim and looped double scroll handle, bearing marks for possibly Daniel Mowden, London 1761

Measurements:
weight 80grs, height over handle 11cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $192 Incl BP
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LOT 75

Hester Bateman

Milk Jug

baluster shape on pedestal foot with body embossed with floral foliate work and engraved with initials and having a punch bead border and looped scroll handle, bearing marks for Hester Bateman, London 1779

Measurements:
weight 80grs, height over handle 12.5cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $1,140 Incl BP
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LOT 76

Milk Jug

helmut formed with looped handle and pedestal foot with lightly engraved square base, having punch bead border and body engraved with swag and cartouche engraved with a ‘W’, bearing indistinct makers mark and marks for London 1788

Measurements:
weight 70grs, height over handle 13cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $240 Incl BP
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LOT 77

John Langlands

Milk Jug

having oval section tapering to base with reeded rim and flat top reeded looped handle, the body having band of foliate scroll work above cartouches on either side, each engraved ‘ECW’, bearing marks for John Langlands, Newcastle c1800

Measurements:
weight 130grs, height over handle 10cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $384 Incl BP
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LOT 78

Gustavus Byrne

Irish Milk Jug

moulded oval section with high looped ribbed handle and the body engraved with bands of foliate scroll work and two cartouches, one crested and the other initialled, bearing marks for Gustavus Byrne, Dublin 1802

Measurements:
weight 145grs, height over handle 13cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $360 Incl BP
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LOT 79

Stephen Adams

Milk Jug

oval section body with band of guilloche and initials engraved to front and having applied reeded rim and flat top reeded loop handle, bearing marks for Stephen Adams, London 1806

Measurements:
weight 135grs, height over handle 9.5cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $336 Incl BP
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LOT 80

Irish Milk Jug

shaped rectangular section with undulating rim and having flat topped reeded loop handle and four ball feet, the body engraved with band of floral and geometric patterns with cartouche cartouche either side, one vacant and one crested, no apparent makers mark and bearing marks for Dublin 1808

Measurements:
weight 235grs, height over handle 11cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $312 Incl BP
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LOT 81

James Dixon and Sons

Sugar Bowl and Milk Jug

plain sugar bowl tapering slightly to base and matching milk jug tapering to rim with rim spout and looped handle, bearing marks for James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield 1910 and 1911   (2)

Measurements:
weight 130grs, bowl diameter 7cm, jug height 6.5cm
  • EStimate $120 - $220
  • sold $264 Incl BP
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LOT 82

Simon Pantin

Tea Caddy

of rectangular form with cut corners and flat top pull off lid, the body engraved with later foliate and stipple work and crested cartouche, bearing marks for Simon Pantin, London possibly 1707

Measurements:
weight 160grs, height 9cm
  • EStimate $200 - $400
  • sold $1,920 Incl BP
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LOT 83

Sugar Basket

hemispherical openwork body of vertical wires with leaf, floral and tendril application, having ropework border and matching swing handle and all on matching pierced spreading foot and blue glass liner, bearing uncertain makers mark and marks for London 1771

Measurements:
weight of silver 95grs, height to rim 7.5cm, bowl diameter 8.5cm
  • EStimate $250 - $450
  • sold $432 Incl BP
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LOT 84

Henry Holland

Circular Bowl

having shallow circular body with spiral fluting from base alternating with punch beads and an undulating narrow everted rim on three lion mask and paw feet, bearing marks for Henry Holland, London 1877

Measurements:
weight 130rs, height 5cm, diameter 11cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $216 Incl BP
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LOT 85

Saunders and Shepherd

Tea Infuser

in the form of a bed warmer with mother of pearl handle and inscribed ‘ALR Xmas 1900’, bearing marks for Saunders and Shepherd, Chester 1895; together with large tea strainer having circular bowl with scroll border and having pierced bird decoration and trellis work enclosed in plain band of double beading surrounded by pierced frieze […]

Measurements:
infuser length 16cm; strainer weight 85grs, length 23cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $144 Incl BP
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LOT 86

Three Pairs of Sugar Tongs

one bead pattern with shell bowls and initialled ‘JA’ and bearing marks for A. Mcl, Edinburgh 1882; one Scottish fiddle pattern bearing marks for JR&S, Edinburgh 1882; and last reeded pattern and bearing marks for Barker Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1929  (3)

Measurements:
total weight 90grs and respectively length 15cm; length 9cm; length 11cm;
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $108 Incl BP
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LOT 87

John Scofield

Pair of Candlesticks

having circular base engraved with armorial and with two bands of beading, rising to beaded flange and fluted vase formed stems and surmounted by everting sockets with removable beaded edge nozzles, bearing marks for John Scofield, London 1780  (2)

Measurements:
weight 1300grs, height 29cm
  • EStimate $2,500 - $3,500
  • sold $6,600 Incl BP
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LOT 88

Pair of Dwarf Candlesticks

having circular domed moulded and loaded bases rising to moulded vase formed sockets, bearing marks for Dublin 1978 and import marks for Edinburgh 1978  (2)

Measurements:
height 8cm
  • EStimate $50 - $100
  • sold $288 Incl BP
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LOT 89

Joseph Willmore

Snuff Box

of rectangular form with engine turned decoration and gilt interior and having hinged lid displaying vacant cartouche, bearing marks for Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1834; together with small vinaigrette having plain rectangular body with cut corners, decorative edging and gilt interior with filigree grill, bearing marks for Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1803    (2)

Measurements:
snuff box weight 55grs, length 6cm; vinaigrette height 2.75cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $456 Incl BP
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LOT 90

Ladies Pocket Watch

key wind hunter pocket watch together with chain and key, the case having engraved decoration and internal inscription “Mother from Harry” and watch movement manufactured by the Anglo American Watch Company, case bearing marks MS, Birmingham 1884

Measurements:
chain length 30cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
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LOT 91

Small Magnifying Glass

having unmarked silver ring and turned ivory handle, probably late 19th to early 20th century; together with pendant crucifix bearing marks for Berthold Muller, Chester 1902 and import marks; and together with miniature wager cup in the form of a female figure supporting a cup above her head, bearing import marks for SBL, Chester 1903 […]

Measurements:
magnifying glass length 7.5cm; crucifix weight 15grs, height 9cm; cup height 7cm
  • EStimate $60 - $100
  • sold $192 Incl BP
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LOT 92

9 Carat Gold Vesta Case

having rectangular engine turned body and initialled ‘AEB’, bearing marks B&S, Birmingham 1923; together with vesta case of plain rectangular form with moulding to hinged lid and base, and engraved ‘AJS’, bearing marks for H. Matthews, Birmingham 1899   (2)

Measurements:
weight 15grs, length 3.5cm; length 4cm respectively
  • EStimate $300 - $500
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LOT 93

Pocket Cigarette Case

having slightly curved rectangular body engraved with foliate scrollwork and gilt interior, bearing marks FF, Birmingham 1927; together with small double compartment box with embossed body depicting grapes, vine leaves and other floral motifs, each compartment having separate hinged lid and gilt interior, probably 20th century and marked 925; and together with Oriental snuff box […]

Measurements:
respectively weight 35grs, length 8cm; length 5cm; height 6.5cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $168 Incl BP
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LOT 94

Robert and David Hennell

Pap Boat

plain boat form with reeded everting rim, bearing marks for Robert and David Hennell, London 1795

Measurements:
weight 65grs, length 13cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 95

Crisford and Norris

Corkscrew

having ornate silver handle and bearing marks for Crisford and Norris, Birmingham 1902; together with button hook having similar ornate handle and bearing indistinct makers mark and marks for Birmingham 1890; and together with moustache brush having plain ribbed handle and bearing marks for Braker Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1953 (3)

Measurements:
corkscrew length 11cm; button hook length 16cm; brush length 10cm
  • EStimate $50 - $100
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LOT 96

Child’s Rattle

the shaft having two balusters either side of larger central section from which hang six bells, mounted on a mother of pearl handle and having ivory teething ring suspended from the top, bearing rubbed marks, probably late 19th to early 20th century (A/F); together with child’s spherical bell (A/F) and mother of pearl teething ring, […]

Measurements:
extended rattle length 20cm; bell diameter 3.5cm; rattle length 10cm respectively
  • EStimate $80 - $120
  • sold $192 Incl BP
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LOT 97

J. Golster

Circular Photograph Frame

plain circular lightly moulded frame on leather covered easel backing, bearing marks for J. Golster, Birmingham 1908

Measurements:
diameter 8cm
  • EStimate $50 - $100
  • sold $216 Incl BP
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LOT 98

Covered Vegetable Dish

having circular body with beaded border on three bun feet and lightly domed lid with beaded surround, removable internal tri-section divider and detachable bone handle, late 19th century and bearing marks ‘J & Co’ and EPNS

Measurements:
diameter 30cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $144 Incl BP
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LOT 99

Hardy Bros, Sydney

Vase

circular form having wavy everted rim and body boldly embossed with floral scroll work and two vacant cartouches, marked ‘Hardy Bros, Sydney and Brisbane, Made in England’ early to mid 20th century

Measurements:
height 11cm
  • EStimate $25 - $50
  • sold $60 Incl BP
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LOT 100

Stilton Scoop

having rod pusher and knurled composition handle, early 20th century with no visible mark; together with a sandwich server having plain spatula base and openwork sprung upper jaw and decorative handle, probably early 20th century (2)

  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $168 Incl BP
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