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SH076 - The Barbara Sheridan Donnay and the late Gilbert J. Donnay Collection

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Woollahra Hotel Function Room, 116 Queen Street, Woollahra, Sydney
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LOT 1

George V Silver Canister Tea Caddy

with plain body oval section with pull off lid, the shoulders and lid flange of moulded scroll form, Atkin and Sons, Sheffield 1927

Measurements:
height 12 cm weight 250 grams
  • EStimate $250 - $350
  • sold $600 Incl BP
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LOT 2

Pair of Victorian Silver Fish Servers

comprising a knife with scimitar blade and a fork with four tines, both decorated with handles of engine turned Old English Bead pattern, Roberts and Belk, Sheffield 1864, in fitted case (A/F) (2)

Measurements:
length knife 31.5 cm fork 23 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $400
  • sold $360 Incl BP
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LOT 3

Early George III Silver Small Serving Trowel

with triangular spatula blade pierced with scrollwork and an engraved border of floral scroll work, a rosette junction to the handle socket and a turned wooden handle, London 1762

Measurements:
length 28 cm weight all up 105 grams
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $456 Incl BP
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LOT 4

Pair of Silver Berry Spoons

with later embossed bowls with floral scroll motifs, the handles with matching engraving and stippling and the ends moulded and shaped, possibly attributed to Robert Gray, Edinburgh 1794 (2)

Measurements:
length 22 cm weight 130 grams
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $120 Incl BP
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LOT 5

Pair of Silver Openwork Bon Bon Dishes

of oval form with plain bases, the sides half fluted below decorative crosslet and "wheel" pattern piercing with embossed everted rims, Levesley Bros, Sheffield 1902 (2)

Measurements:
length 17 cm, weight 160 grams
  • EStimate $150 - $250
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LOT 6

Collection of Silver Hardy Brothers Wine Labels

of shaped rectangular form with incurved corners and an engraved border, each with a hanging chain hallmarked for Birmingham, Rum 1960, Brandy and Vodka 1967, Whisky 1969, Port 1971, Sherry and Gin 1972 (7)

Measurements:
weight 70 grams
  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $96 Incl BP
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LOT 7

Two Silver Bright Cut Handled Caddy Spoons

of Old English pattern, the first with shell bowl and the second with plain circular bowl, both probably by George Wintle, London 1787 and 1794 (2)

  • EStimate $150 - $200
  • sold $108 Incl BP
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LOT 8

Paul Storr

Swing Handled Silver Cake Basket

with scalloped circular body with floral foliate motifs and crested to the base, a matching reeded swing handle, on a plain scalloped spreading foot, London 1819

Measurements:
weight of silver 380 grs, height over handle 17 cm
  • EStimate $1,200 - $1,800
  • sold $2,520 Incl BP
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LOT 9

Victorian Silver Hot Water Jug

with a circular section with bands of embossed decoration, a rim spout and hinged lid, looped silver handle with insulators, Fenton Bros, Sheffield 1889

Measurements:
height 19 cm weight 465 grams
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $960 Incl BP
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LOT 10

Christofle

America Pattern Plated Flatware Service

comprising six each of table knives, table forks, soup spoons, dessert knives, dessert forks, dessert spoons, tea spoons together with two serving spoons, a carving knife and fork, all unused in original packaging and boxes (46)

  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $1,560 Incl BP
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LOT 11

Silver Elizabeth Pattern Fish Service

comprising six each of knives with scimitar blades and three tined forks, all with reeded border and crested, Francis Higgins London 1891, in case (12) (A/F)

  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $240 Incl BP
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LOT 12

Victorian Silver Albert Pattern Asparagus Servers

with heavy gauge Albert pattern, blades pierced with droplets and scrolls, Hayne and Cater, London 1845

Measurements:
length 27 cm weight 280 grams
  • EStimate $300 - $400
  • sold $420 Incl BP
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LOT 13

George V Silver Sugar Caster

with plain baluster body on a shaped circular moulded foliate foot, pull off cover pierced with scrolls and surmounted by a flame finial, Mappin and Webb, London 1927

Measurements:
height 20 cm weight 230 grams
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $216 Incl BP
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LOT 14

Pair of Victorian Silver Sugar Baskets

each of circular section, the lower body with panel piercing rising to a band of embossed ribbon swags below a wavy rim, a shaped swing handle, on three paw feet with blue glass liners. Both with uncertain maker's mark, London 1893 and 1894 (2)

Measurements:
height over handle 17 cm weight of silver 380 grams
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $780 Incl BP
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LOT 15

Silver Belt Buckle and Perfume Bottle Case

the buckle with two matching halves of scroll and floral work with hook and eye clip, Deakin and Francis Birmingham 1894, together with the perfume case of tubular form with embossed floral scroll work and pull off lid, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1904 (2)

Measurements:
buckle length 16 cm weight 80 grams, perfume case height 8 cm weight 55 grams
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $120 Incl BP
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LOT 16

Thomas Shepherd

George III Silver Pint Mug

with circular section lightly tapering to the rim, the body later embossed with floral scroll work, initials in a scroll cartouche and a leaf capped scroll handle and on a plain foot ring, Thomas Shepherd, London 1790

Measurements:
height 13 cm weight 360 grams
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $960 Incl BP
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LOT 17

Electroplated Salver c. 1880

of circular form with shell and scroll border, the body with matching decoration around a vacant cartouche, set on three floral scroll feet

Measurements:
diameter 30.5 cm
  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $120 Incl BP
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LOT 18

Pair of Victorian Silver Specimen Vases

of trumpet shape, decorated with embossed floral scroll motifs, the cartouche on each engraved 'won by/Record/1898', with clear plastic inserts and weighted to the bases, H. Matthews, Birmingham 1897 (2)

Measurements:
height 15 cm
  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $144 Incl BP
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LOT 19

Late 19th Century French Reading Glass

with tapered handle with decorative finial, chased with floral scroll work, the rectangular mirror in an openwork floral foliate surround

Measurements:
length 29 cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $264 Incl BP
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LOT 20

Edward Charles Brown

Victorian Silver Wine Goblet

with plain body on a tall flanged stem on a spreading foot, Edward Charles Brown, London 1868

Measurements:
height 18 cm weight 160 grams
  • EStimate $250 - $350
  • sold $240 Incl BP
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LOT 21

Silver Mounted Crystal Biscuit Barrel

with circular section body hob nail cut with a silver rim swing handle and pull off domed cover, William Hutton and sons, Sheffield 1917, together with a glass mounted European mustard pot with spoon, Elizabeth Eaton London 1853 (3)

Measurements:
height 20 cm height 9 cm
  • EStimate $350 - $450
  • sold $264 Incl BP
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LOT 22

Small George III Silver Sauce Boat

with plain body and wavy rim, leaf capped flying scroll handle on three hoof feet, maker's mark indistinct, London 1781

Measurements:
height over handle 9 cm weight 85 grams
  • EStimate $300 - $400
  • sold $240 Incl BP
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LOT 23

Small George III Silver Sauce Boat

with plain body and wavy rim, leaf capped flying scroll handle on three hoof feet, maker's mark indistinct, London 1774

Measurements:
height over handle 8 cm weight 80 grams
  • EStimate $300 - $400
  • sold $192 Incl BP
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LOT 24

Victorian Silver Cruet Bottle Stand

rectangular with upswept ends, a beaded rim, the sides embossed with floral scroll work on four scroll bracket feet and a wooden base, Lias bros, London 1839

Measurements:
18 x 13 x 8 cm
  • EStimate $200 - $300
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LOT 25

Pair of Scottish Fiddle Pattern Ladles

both with circular flat bottom bowls, each engraved with a crest, maker JG & C (unidentified), Edinburgh 1837 (2)

Measurements:
each length 14 cm weight 65 grams
  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $216 Incl BP
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LOT 26

Small Four Piece Silver Cruet Set

comprising two salts, a pepperette and a mustard pot all with blue glass liners together with three Old English shell pattern spoons, pepperette and one salt marked William Adams, Birmingham 1835, mustard and one salt, Adie Bros, Birmingham 1936, and spoons Birmingham 1972 (7)

  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $144 Incl BP
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LOT 27

Collection of Silver Ladles

comprising two British ladles, the first with a sifter ladle later decorated in naturalistic form, the bowl pierced with scrolls, Eley, Fern and Chawner, London c. 1808, the second a small fiddle pattern cream ladle, Mitchell and Russell Glasgow 1840, and a Danish cream ladle with rope work stem surmounted by a mask in cartouche, […]

Measurements:
total weight 90 grams
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $192 Incl BP
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LOT 28

Pair of Victorian Silver Knife Rests

with ribbed bar and ball ended cross either end, G.M. Jackson, London 1895 (2)

Measurements:
length 8 cm, weight 120 grams
  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $60 Incl BP
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LOT 29

Collection of Silver Table Settings

comprising an Exeter table spoon with bright cut feather edge, engraved 'TL' over 'CW 1807', a pair of sugar tongs with Queens pattern and crested on the bow, together with another pair of tongs and six small coffee spoons (10)

Measurements:
Exeter spoon length 20.5 cm weight 40 grams, weight of three tongs and six spoons all up 115 grams
  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $120 Incl BP
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LOT 30

Collection of Assorted Silver Items

comprising a parasol handle marked Benjamin Jacobs, London 1907, a single spool shaped dwarf candlestick marked S.J. Read, Birmingham 1972, a pair of German scissors c. 1900, an Indian case holder and a Middle Easter thimble set with green stones (5)

  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $144 Incl BP
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LOT 31

Collection of Plated Utensils

comprising a cake knife with composition handle and serrated blade, six Chippendale pattern cake forks, six two tined delicatessen forks, two cake spatulas, one 'berry' serving spoon together with two cake forks each with Mother of Pearl handles (18)

  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $84 Incl BP
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LOT 32

Decorative Photograph Frame

with boldly embossed grapes, vines, vine leaves and peacocks, on a wooden easel backing, apparently Greek, 950 std, c. 2000

Measurements:
height 26 cm width 21 cm
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $240 Incl BP
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LOT 33

Pair of Sheffield Plate Wine Coasters

with plain bodies and everting sides, wooden bases, probably Blagden, Hodgson of Sheffield c. 1820 (2)

Measurements:
diameter 16 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $400
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LOT 34

Gothic Revival Old Sheffield Plate Wine Coaster and a Modern Silver Coaster

the Sheffield plate coaster with tall openwork sides with alternating scroll and 'tear drop' motifs below a frieze of foliate scrollwork, wooden base, marked for James Dixon & Sons, c. 1840, the other plain sided with wooden base, London 1997 (2)

Measurements:
Sheffield plate coaster height 7.5 cm diameter 14.5 cm, modern coaster height 4 cm diameter 9 cm
  • EStimate $200 - $400
  • sold $336 Incl BP
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LOT 35

Two Toast Racks

one silver, with plain triangular outline with carrying handle for six slices, M.H & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1928, and the other a plated rack with carrying handle for six slices, marked EP and AT, c. mid to late 20th century (2) (A/F)

Measurements:
silver rack height 8.5 cm length 10 cm weight 70 grams, plated rack height 15 cm length 15 cm
  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $72 Incl BP
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LOT 36

Two Beakers and a Cream Jug

the beakers of plain tapering form, with markings 'Shreve & Co', 'San Francisco', 'Sterling', c. 1920, together with a cream jug of plain bulbous form, on spreading foot with leaf capped moulded handle, marked 'Sterling Made in Siam' (A/F)

Measurements:
each beaker height 10 cm, cream jug height 10 cm, weight all up 425 grams
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $132 Incl BP
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LOT 37

Australian Silver Plated Stokes and Sons Dish and an American Silver Basket

the dish of trefoil 'shell/leaf' form with looped carrying handle, marked for Stokes & Sons of Melbourne with English design patent registration 433032, for 1904, and the basket of woven form, marked for F.B. Rogers of Massachusetts USA (2)

Measurements:
dish height 14 cm width 19 cm length 17 cm, basket height 15 cm width 12 cm length 13 cm
  • EStimate $200 - $400
  • sold $108 Incl BP
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LOT 38

Pair of Victorian Continental Silver Candlesticks and a Victorian Chalice

in the Rococo style, with decorative scrollwork and leaf motifs and wooden enforced bases, together with a Victorian engraved chalice with figural support (3)

Measurements:
each candlestick height 28 cm, chalice height 24.5 cm
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $456 Incl BP
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LOT 39

Three Photograph Frames

one rectangular with finely reeded border, marked 800, European c. 2000 together with two smaller Sheffield plated frames, one rectangular with pediment and a beaded border, WS&P Sheffield 1990, and the other plain circular WS&P Sheffield 1986 (3)

Measurements:
large rectangular frame height 27 cm width 21 cm, small rectangular frame length 12 cm width 8 cm, circular frame diameter 9.5 cm
  • EStimate $200 - $300
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LOT 40

Edwardian Four Piece Tea and Coffee Service

comprising a tea and coffee pot, both with black wooden looped handles and fluted mushroom finials to the hinged lids, together with a creamer and sugar pot, both with plain bodies of oval baluster shape with vertical flutes, CS Harris, London 1904 (4)

Measurements:
coffee pot height 22 cm tea pot height 16 cm weight all up 1570 grams
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
  • sold $1,320 Incl BP
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LOT 41

Collection of Judaica Items

comprising a plated Hannukah candelabrum, a pair of modern Shabbat candlesticks, Israel, marked 925, a silver Kiddush cup of plain goblet form, marks obscure, a silver napkin holder with openwork with floral foliate work and a Menorah either side (5)

Measurements:
Hannukah candelabrum height 23 cm, weight of four silver items 140 grams
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $240 Incl BP
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LOT 42

Aesthetic Movement Twelve Place Setting Cased Fish Service

comprising twelve each of fish knives and forks, six each of entree knives and forks, a pair of fish servers, two spatulas and a salad spoon and fork, all engraved with aesthetic movement floral motifs and with simulated bamboo handles, in a fitted wooden case, c. 1880 (42)

  • EStimate $200 - $400
  • sold $2,040 Incl BP
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LOT 43

Modern Circular Rose Bowl

the body boldly embossed with floral foliate work, set on a pedestal foot with two looped leaf handles, marked 925

Measurements:
height 13 cm weight 325 grams
  • EStimate $200 - $400
  • sold $192 Incl BP
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LOT 44

Two Modern Fruit Bowls

both circular, one with moulded rim and beaded border, marked with German Reich mark for export, 1888, 800 standard, and the other with shaped flared rim, ropework border interrupted by three leaf and foliate sprays, on three openwork feet, marked 925 (2)

Measurements:
height 7 cm diameter 26 cm height 7 cm diameter 19.5 cm weight 590 grams
  • EStimate $400 - $500
  • sold $312 Incl BP
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LOT 45

Collection of Silver Table Accessories

comprising a circular plate with reeded border, marked 800, probably Italian, another plate of plain form with ribbed rim, marked 900, together with a vase of ovoid form with swirl flute, a long neck terminating in a boldly flared rim, marked 925 (3)

Measurements:
plate diameter 24 cm, plain plate diameter 21.5 cm, vase height 19 cm, weight all up 750 grams
  • EStimate $400 - $600
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LOT 46

Collection of Flatware

comprising a German silver soup ladle, Reich mark for post 1888, a Dutch silver sifter spoon with pierced bowl, marked 835, 1881, two pairs of silver sugar tongs, together with a plated soup ladle and two plated grape shears (7)

Measurements:
soup ladle length 35 cm, silver weight 355 grams
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $168 Incl BP
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LOT 47

Collection of Silver Tableware

a small plain mug, W.J. Myatt & Co, Birmingham 1928, a small cream jug, probably L. Spiers, Birmingham 1887, two small circular bon bon dishes, London 1903, a pair of salt and pepper shakes, Adie Bros, Birmingham 1953 and a pair of salts (8) (A/F)

Measurements:
weight excluding salts 205 grams
  • EStimate $150 - $200
  • sold $132 Incl BP
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LOT 48

Victorian Four Piece Tea and Coffee Service

of oval section, half swirl fluted, the upper body plain and with a crest, with looped silver handles, those of the tea and coffee pot with insulators, Roberts and Belk, Sheffield 1893 (4)

Measurements:
height of coffee pot 20 cm weight 1515 grams
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $1,440 Incl BP
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LOT 49

Victorian Rococo Style Sugar Sifter and a Pepperette

the sugar sifter of vase shaped form on spreading foot, with pierced pull off cover surmounted by bud finial, London 1896 together with a pepperette of vase shaped form with pull off cover with ball finial, Birmingham 1895 possibly Plant and Co. (2)

Measurements:
sugar sifter height 18 cm pepperette height 13 cm weight 210 grams
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $216 Incl BP
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LOT 50

Towle

Silver Shallow Bowl

with enamelled yellow golden interior highlighted with blue rim, decorated with lined design to centre, Towle Sterling 1902

Measurements:
diameter 19 cm
  • EStimate $80 - $120
  • sold $192 Incl BP
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LOT 51

Britannia Standard Mug

the body later decorated with floral scroll work, tucked in at the base on a moulded foot with a loop handle, marks rubbed c. 1710

Measurements:
height 9.5 cm weight 226 grams
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $360 Incl BP
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LOT 52

William IV Fish Slice and Pair of Berry Spoons

fiddle pattern fish slice with scimitar blade with engraved border and pierced with fish and bird, Johnathon Hayne London 1844, together with two berry spoons probably late 18th century (3)

  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $144 Incl BP
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LOT 53

Collection of Silver Table Accessories

comprising a pair of cauldron salt cellars with blue plastic inserts, Martin Hall and Co. Sheffield, 1887 and 1905, together with four assorted miniature pepper shakers, three with marks (6)

  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $168 Incl BP
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LOT 54

Collection of Commemorative Utensils

comprising four New York City souvenir spoons, all sterling, a whale bone handled toddy ladle with circular bowl and pouring lip, inset with a 1746 coin, unmarked c. 1780, and together with two sugar tongs, one early 19th century and one plated (7)

Measurements:
ladle length 34 cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
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LOT 55

Collection of Plated Accessories

comprising a coin purse, three propelling pencils, all plated, one marked 'S. Mordan and Co' inset with seal (unmarked), together with a pair of knife rests, and a jug of plain bulbous form with a right angled turned wooden handle (7)

Measurements:
jug height 9 cm
  • EStimate $100 - $200
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LOT 56

Old Sheffield Plate Bread Basket

of rectangular form with gadroon and shell border and a bold leaf and shell motif either end, with a swing handle, on four ball feet, the base engraved on an inset panel with initials within a shell and scroll motif, apparently unmarked, c. 1780

Measurements:
height 13 cm width 36 cm depth 28 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $660 Incl BP
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A Collection of Silver from the Estate of the late Dr Dominic Louis Serventy
LOT 57

A Collection of Silver from the Estate of the late Dr Dominic Louis Serventy

Dr Serventy was an eminent Perth based Australian ornithologist who has been recognised internationally as a leader in orthonological research.

He is commemorated for his work in the research of birds of the Australasian region with the Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union’s D.L. Serventy Medal awarded annually in his honour. A number of the following lots have associated documents of provenance from the vendor that are available upon request.

  • EStimate -
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LOT 58

Cow Cream Jug

realistically formed as a cow or steer with untextured hide, looped tail handle and traditional ‘bee decorated’ hinged lid to the top, bearing London import marks for 1959 (A/F) Notes: The most prolific of makers of English silver cow cream jugs had been John (Johan) Schuppe in the third quarter of the 18th century. He […]

Measurements:
length 15 cm weight 120 grams
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $360 Incl BP
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LOT 59

Scottish Provincial Perth Sauce Ladle c. 1820

with fiddle pattern, engraved with initials DM, Robert Keay, Perth Notes: It is interesting to note that Joseph Forrester (1805-1860) was an apprentice (together with his brother William) to Robert Keay of Perth. By 1825, following their apprenticeships they were working in London. Joseph apparently had a drink problem (well evidenced later in Tasmania) which […]

Measurements:
length 16 cm weight 25 grams
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $216 Incl BP
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LOT 60

Pair of Dognose Rat Tail Britannia Standard Table Spoons

crested to the handles and lightly gilded all over with rat tail to base of bowl, maker’s mark rubbed, both Britannia Standard, one London 1716 and the second possibly another date (2)

Measurements:
length 20 cm weight 115 grams
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $690 Incl BP
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LOT 61

Pair of Rat Tail George I Table Spoons

engraved to the handles, E*M, maker's mark rubbed, London 1724

Measurements:
weight 90 grams
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $216 Incl BP
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LOT 62

Collection of Dessert Spoons

comprising the first with old English pattern, engraved JMB, T and W Chawner, London 1767, the second with old English Pattern, later engraved, Mary Sumner London 1809, the third with old English pattern, Charles Shipway London 1834 and the fourth with fiddle pattern, Charles Shipway London 1834 (4)

Measurements:
weight 160 grams
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $84 Incl BP
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LOT 63

Collection of Table Spoons

the first with a picture back hanoverian pattern, engraved initials REJ William and Robert Peaston, London 1759, the second with old English pattern, initialled JEB, Smith and Fern, London 1796 and the third Dutch, Kempen and Zonen, 1898 (3)

Measurements:
weight 182 grams
  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $60 Incl BP
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LOT 64

Early George III Embossed Cream Jug

of baluster form on a pedestal foot with a punch bead border with leaf capped double scroll handle, the embossing to the body depicting a farm yard scene and arguably an Aesop’s fable (‘Fox and Grapes’), Thomas Shepherd London 1779 Notes: embossed scene referenced and discussed Luddington, J, ‘Starting to Collect Silver’, Antique Collector’s Club,1984, […]

Measurements:
height 11 cm weight 85 grams
  • EStimate $300 - $400
  • sold $540 Incl BP
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LOT 65

William Mathew

Pre Britannia Standard Trefid Spoon

rat tailed, the handle pricked M over IM, William Mathew, London possibly 1686 or 1688 Notes: William Mathew was apprenticed to John Smith in 1675 and free in 1683. He probably died in 1707. See “London Silver Spoonmakers 1500 to 1697” by T.A Kent for further information.

Measurements:
length 19.5 cm weight 55 grams
  • EStimate $250 - $350
  • sold $360 Incl BP
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LOT 66

Pair of Early Victorian Dessert Spoons

decorated with fiddle pattern, initialled J, J and A savory, London 1841

Measurements:
weight 140 grams
  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $96 Incl BP
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LOT 67

Hardy Bros.

Western Australian Silver Trophy Cup c. 1934

plain vase shaped with two flat topped looped handles, a ribbed stem and a spreading foot, inscribed below the armorial ‘Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia / Orient Line / 1878 – 1928 / Jubilee Commemoration Cup / for export butter / judged at / The Royal Show Perth 1934 / and in London / […]

Measurements:
height 18.5 cm weight 755 grams
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
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LOT 68

Alexander Dick

Australian Silver Dessert Spoon c. 1835

with fiddle pattern and engraved with initials AHC, Alexander Dick, Sydney Notes: see ‘Nineteenth Century Australian Silver’, J.B. Hawkins, marks 31 and 32

Measurements:
weight 60 grams
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $4,080 Incl BP
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LOT 69

Pair of Early George III Pierced Oval Salts

both with oval section bodies pierced with scrolls and crosses, with beaded rims on four ball and claw feet and blue glass liners, engraved with initials WMJ. Maker’s mark I.J, London 1776

Measurements:
length 7.5 cm weight 75 grams
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $168 Incl BP
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LOT 70

Wakely and Wheeler

Art Nouveau Bowl

of hemispherical form, the body boldly embossed with leaf and bud decoration, on a spreading lobed foot embossed domes and with two small matching leaf and ball handles, with circular wooden pedestal base, Wakeley and Wheeler, London 1904

Measurements:
height 15.5 cm diameter 21 cm weight 825 grams
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,000
  • sold $2,880 Incl BP
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LOT 71

Two Scottish Provincial Spoons

the first a Dundee dessert spoon with fiddle pattern, crested with a stag below the motto, ‘watch well’, possibly for Halliburton of Scotland, Robert Cameron, Dundee c. 1825, with mark, ‘Cam/eron, C, Thistle, Pot of Lillies, and Dun/dee’ and the other an Aberdeen tea spoon with fiddle pattern, engraved B. John Erskine, Aberdeen c. 1810 […]

Measurements:
Dundee dessert spoon weight 40 grams
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $264 Incl BP
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LOT 72

Collection of Silver and Plated Utensils

comprising a jam spoon with mother of pearl handle, George Unite Birmingham 1976, a fiddle pattern dessert fork, Lias bros London 1831, a pair of platedElkington & co lobster picks, a decorative plated jam spoon, a fiddle pattern pickle fork, Richard Britton London 1842, two steel bladed two fined forks, and together with a Georgian […]

  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $120 Incl BP
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LOT 73

Collection of Silver Accessories and a Victorian Silver Belt Buckle

comprising four vesta cases, the first with engraved body, J.W. Tiptaft Birmingham 1888, the second partially engraved, Jones and Crompton Birmingham 1904, the third with striped engraving, J.Gloster ltd Birmingham 1926 and the fourth plain bodied, Thomas Johnson London 1872, together with the thimble, JF, London 1907 and the belt buckle of rectangular form with […]

Measurements:
belt buckle length 8 cm weight 50 grams
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $168 Incl BP
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LOT 74

Collection of Newcastle Silver Utensils and a Collection of Teaspoons

comprising a fiddle pattern teaspoon, Thomas Sewell Newcastle 1872, a pair of fiddle pattern dessert forks, Thomas Wheatley Newcastle 1852, and a pickle fork with fiddle pattern, Thomas Sewell Newcastle 1872, together with a bright cut old English pattern teaspoon, Peter and Anne Bateman London 1797, together with five fiddle pattern teaspoons engraved initials ‘F […]

  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $108 Incl BP
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LOT 75

Collection of Silver Table Accessories

comprising four assorted napkin rings, two silver and two plated, a silver bowl of hemispherical form on three feet with lion motif, marked 800, together with a plated beaker with a reeded girdle (6)

  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $168 Incl BP
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LOT 76

Collection of Utensils

comprising a pair of bright cut sugar tongs initialled on the bow, marks indistinct, possibly Scottish or provincial, probably late 18th century, four WMF German silver Chippendale pattern coffee spoons marked with Reichsmark for post 1888, a pair of decorative gilded plated coffee spoons, another coffee spoon, together with a pair of Exeter salt spoons […]

  • EStimate $200 - $300
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LOT 77

Collection of Silver Table Accessories

comprising a George II/III bun top pepper castor of plain baluster shape with moulded girdle and pull of pierced cover surmounted by a baluster finial, maker AN over IS, not identified, London 1760, together with a Victorian mustard pot with oval section with swags embossed to the body, a looped handle to one end, a […]

Measurements:
weight all up 190 grams
  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $120 Incl BP
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LOT 78

George IV Engraved Caddy Spoon

with fiddle and shell pattern, the bowl engraved with a bird in an arboreal surround, Eden Wintle, London 1829

  • EStimate $100 - $150
  • sold $120 Incl BP
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LOT 79

Neo Classical Silver Tea Pot

of hemispherical form, on four legs connected to a shaped rectangular stand with two rams head and ring handles, a hinged cover and a looped wooden handle, possibly John Robbins London 1793

Measurements:
height 18 cm weight 735 grams all up
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
  • sold $4,080 Incl BP
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LOT 80

Collection of Plated Table Accessories

comprising five bon bon dishes in the shape of baskets with floral motif detail on handle, two smaller and three larger, together with a pair of fluted bowls with gilt interiors (7) (A/F)

Measurements:
each bowl height 6 cm diameter 17 cm
  • EStimate $250 - $350
  • sold $144 Incl BP
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LOT 81

Neo Classical Silver Tea Caddy

of hemispherical form on four legs connected to a shaped rectangular stand with two rams head and ring handles and a hinged cover, possibly John Robbins London 1793

Measurements:
height 18 cm weight 655 grams all up
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $3,120 Incl BP
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LOT 82

Old Sheffield Plate Egg Cruet c. 1780

comprising six egg cups on a stand with a central basket with swing handle

Measurements:
height 19 cm length 22 cm width 15 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
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LOT 83

Old Sheffield Plate Cruet c. 1820

comprising five glass bottles with stoppers and a mustard pot on a rectangular frame with central carrying handle

Measurements:
height 26 cm length 21 cm width 15 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
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LOT 84

Dunhill

Silver Cigarette Box and Lighter

both with embossed line patterning, cigarette box with fitted wooden interior, both stamped 'A. Dunhill London' (2)

Measurements:
lighter length 7 cm, cigarette box 19.5 x 10 x 4 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
  • sold $1,020 Incl BP
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LOT 85

Christofle

Plated Tea and Coffee Set

comprising a tea pot, coffee pot, handled creamer, lidded sugar pot and tea strainer, all with shell decoration, together with an unmarked oval handled tray (6)

Measurements:
tray 53 x 42 cm coffee pot height 25 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $800
  • sold $1,200 Incl BP
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LOT 86

Old Sheffield Plate Two Branch Candelabra c. 1860

with a moulded stem on a shaped rectangular base, violette arms and a central light socket

Measurements:
height 53 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $800
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 87

Pair of Old Sheffield Plate Gravy Boats

early to mid 19th century, both with fluted bodies and looped handles (2)

Measurements:
length 20 cm height 11 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $800
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LOT 88

Collection of Serving Ware

comprising a gravy boat with under plate stamped Christofle, twin handled covered tureen with swan handles and a small footed compote with griffin handles (3)

Measurements:
tureen approx height 25 cm diameter 36 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $800
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LOT 89

Ten Assorted Silver Picture Frames

of various shapes and sizes (10) (A/F)

  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $840 Incl BP
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LOT 90

Indian Silver Rice Dish

of circular shape and embossed body, with pull off lid on an open work three ball and claw foot stand

Measurements:
height 25 cm weight 1475 grams
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $1,200 Incl BP
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LOT 91

Pair of Plated Chambersticks with Snuffers

late 19th century, decorated with a floral scroll border (2)

Measurements:
each base diameter 17 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $240 Incl BP
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LOT 92

Pair of Plated Gravy Boats

early 20th century, both with moulded rim and flying scroll handle (2)

Measurements:
length 21 cm height 8 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
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LOT 93

Three Cutlery Sets

comprising a Grosvenor plated cutlery service for eight, a fish dining cutlery set and an incomplete Sheffield plated flatware service, all in wooden boxes (118)

  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $384 Incl BP
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LOT 94

Pair of Plated Candlesticks

with glass hurricane shade with engraved floral decoration (2)

Measurements:
each height 60 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
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LOT 95

Neo Renaissance Silver Mounted Nautilus Shell

with circular open work base with images of Neptune and sea monsters, rising to a cherub holding a cornucopia supporting a nautilis shell, maker unknown London 1982

Measurements:
overall height 17 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $480 Incl BP
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LOT 96

Christofle

Art Deco Style Plated Tazza

laque de chine footed detail, stamped Christofle

Measurements:
diameter 35 cm, height 12 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 97

Four Eastern Silver Elephants

three of which comprise two parts, unmarked (4)

Measurements:
height of largest 19 cm, combined weight 1025 grams
  • EStimate $250 - $350
  • sold $408 Incl BP
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LOT 98

Stock Exchange Commemorative Goblet

with circular bowl on trumpet foot with alternating gilt motifs of bears heads and bulls heads, engraved with the Coat of Arms and inscription 'To Commemorate The Opening/By/HM Queen Elizabeth II/Of The/New Stock Exchange/1972', Mappin & Webb London 1972

Measurements:
height 15 cm weight 210 grams
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $408 Incl BP
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LOT 99

Four Plated Vegetable Dishes with Covers

each with bayonet fitting handle, a pair stamped Walker & Hall (4)

Measurements:
greatest diameter 30.5 x 23.5 cm
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $288 Incl BP
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LOT 100

Collection of Plated Salt and Pepper Accessories

comprising two pairs of salt and pepper grinders, another pepper grinder and shaker set, a Stuart crystal mounted powder sugar shaker together with another shaker (8)

  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $528 Incl BP
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