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SH161 - Fine Silver, Furniture, Paintings and Decorative Arts

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Woollahra Hotel Function Room
116 Queen St, Woollahra NSW 2025

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Shapiro Auctioneers and Gallery
162 Queen St, Woollahra NSW 2025
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LOT 1

Victorian Sterling Silver Water Jug

Mark of Charles Reilly and George Storer, London, 1850

the squat circular body engraved with centurions fighting and armorial, the triform lip surmounted by a scroll handle cast with a mythical beast and terminating in a female mask, hallmarked, retains The British Dealer Association label

Measurements:
weight 771 grams height 19 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
  • sold $2,160 Incl BP
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LOT 2

George II Irish Sterling Silver Cake Basket

Mark of Robert Calderwood, Dublin, c. 1740

of oval shape, sides pierced with foliage and latticework, further embellished with chased wheat sheaves, below a shaped rim heightened with Chinese figures, inside later engraved with a coat-of-arms, with an overhead swing handle, raised on four feet surmounted by Chinese figures, hallmarked, the base engraved with scratch weight ’41=5′

Measurements:
weight 1275 grams height 27 cm length 35.5 cm
  • EStimate $7,000 - $9,000
  • sold $4,800 Incl BP
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LOT 3

Victorian Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service

Mark of Elkington and Co., Birmingham, 1894

comprising a teapot, a coffee pot, milk jug, sugar bowl and matching electroplated tea kettle and burner on stand, profusely chassed and cast with flowers and foliage, monogrammed cartouche, hallmarked, lid of teapot (A/F) (6)

Measurements:
total weight 2101 grams (excl. kettle on stand) height
  • EStimate $1,800 - $2,200
  • sold $2,880 Incl BP
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LOT 4

George III Sterling Silver Lidded Tankard

Mark of Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, London, 1814

the cylindrical body with two continuous bands of scrolling vines and grapes, the cover surmounted by a fruit finial, shell thumb piece, and scroll handle, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 1212 grams height 20 cm
  • EStimate $2,500 - $4,500
  • sold $4,800 Incl BP
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LOT 5

Pair of George III Silver-gilt Chargers

Mark of Richard Sibley, London, 1817

each of circular form with egg and dart rim, the border chased with a continuous band of scrolling leaves and flowers, the centre applied with plaque cast and chased with arms of George III, hallmarked (2)

Measurements:
weight 2853 grams diameter 38.5 cm
  • EStimate $9,000 - $15,000
  • sold $27,600 Incl BP
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LOT 6

Set of Four Early George III Silver-gilt Candlesticks

Mark of Thomas Hannam and John Crouch, London, 1765

each with a baluster knopped stem cast with acanthus leaves, raised on hexafoil shell and leaf base, crested, with detachable nozzle, hallmarked (4)

Measurements:
total weight 3020 grams height 27 cm
  • EStimate $7,000 - $10,000
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LOT 7

George III Sterling Silver Coffee Jug on Stand

Mark of Paul Storr, London, 1808

the vasiform coffee pot with hinged lid surmounted by an acorn finial, the wooden scroll handle with winged snake head upper socket and terminates in double snake’s tail at lower junction, the spout with scroll decoration below, a band of continuous scrolls to neck, the body with engraved armorial above a row of egg and […]

Measurements:
total weight 1729.3 grams height 27 cm
  • EStimate $8,000 - $12,000
  • sold $8,400 Incl BP
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LOT 8

Twelve George III Sterling Silver Table Forks

Mark of Paul Storr, London, 1816 and one 1813

Fiddle pattern, crested handles, hallmarked (12)

Measurements:
total weight 857 grams
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $2,280 Incl BP
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LOT 9

Two William IV Sterling Silver Graduated Meat Dishes

Mark of Paul Storr, London, 1837

each of shaped oval form with a reeded rim accented with vine leaves at intervals, border with engraved coat-of-arms, hallmarked, and further marked ‘Storr & Mortimer 340’ (2)

Measurements:
total weight 4511 grams length 50 cm; 52.5 cm
  • EStimate $7,000 - $9,000
  • sold $8,400 Incl BP
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LOT 10

Set of Twelve George III Sterling Silver Plates

Mark of Robert Garrard, London, 1815

each of shaped circular form with gadroon rim, the border engraved with coat-of-arms of Charles Brudenell-Bruce, hallmarked (12)

Measurements:
total weight 7287 grams diameter 25.5 cm
  • EStimate $15,000 - $25,000
  • sold $18,000 Incl BP
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LOT 11

George III Sterling Silver Meat Cover

Mark of Joseph Craddock and William Reid, London, 1818

the oval scalloped dome with gadroon and shell border and engraved armorial, surmounted by a double snake and acanthus leaf handle, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 3430.3 grams height 25 cm length 46 cm
  • EStimate $2,500 - $4,500
  • sold $6,000 Incl BP
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LOT 12

Pair of William IV Sterling Silver Meat Platters

Mark of Benjamin Smith, London, 1834

each oval platter with scroll rim with leaves at intervals, border engraved with coat-of-arms ‘Spectemur Agendo’, hallmarked, and further marked ‘B. Smith Duke St Linn Innfields’ (2)

Measurements:
total weight 3930 grams length 24 cm
  • EStimate $3,000 - $5,000
  • sold $3,600 Incl BP
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LOT 13

George II Sterling Silver Coffee Pot

Mark of George Wickes, London, 1739

the tapering cylindrical body chased with flowers and scrolls, engraved armorial, the domed cover surmounted by pine cone finial, cast scroll spout and wooden handle, on a circular foot, hallmarked, base engraved with scratch weight ’28=3′

Measurements:
weight 881 grams height 24 cm
  • EStimate $5,000 - $7,000
  • sold $4,800 Incl BP
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LOT 14

Set of Four George III Sterling Silver Salt Cellars

Mark of Robert Hennel, London, 1788

each with reeded rim and scroll handles, wide ovoid bowls engraved with griffon crests, hallmarked (4)

Measurements:
total weight 325 grams height 7.5 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
  • sold $1,680 Incl BP
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LOT 15

Regency Sterling Silver Centrepiece

Mark of William Elliott, London, 1814

the oval cut crystal bowl resting on a stand with gadroon rim above a pierced frieze of fruiting vines, with four caryatid supports flanked by cornucopias, on an oval platform centred by a basket of fruits, with removable apples revealing fitted holes accommodating candle branches, raised on four lion paw feet, hallmarked (9)

Measurements:
height 34 cm
  • EStimate $5,000 - $7,000
  • sold $7,200 Incl BP
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LOT 16

Pair of George III Sterling Silver Wine Coasters

Mark of William Plummer, London, 1785

each of circular shape with reticulated sides accented with bright cut engraving and beaded rim, centre engraved with crest, wooden base, hallmarked (2)

Measurements:
diameter 12.5 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
  • sold $1,560 Incl BP
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LOT 17

George III Sterling Silver Cake Basket

Mark of William Plummer, London, 1769

the shaped oval basket with swing handle, the gadroon rim embellished with a garland of scrolling flowers, the sides with beaded spiral flutes separating pierced ribbon sections and trailing floral motif, the centre engraved with armorial, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 1871.1 grams length 41 cm
  • EStimate $5,000 - $7,000
  • sold $5,520 Incl BP
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LOT 18

Pair of George II Sterling Silver Candlesticks

Mark of William Cafe, London, 1759

each on a hexafoil form base chased with shells, with fluted and knopped stem, spool-shaped socket with later removable nozzles, hallmarked, one base engraved with a scratch weight ‘86.10’ (2)

Measurements:
total weight 1340 grams height 24.5 cm
  • EStimate $3,000 - $5,000
  • sold $4,800 Incl BP
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LOT 19

Sterling Silver Five Piece Coffee and Tea Service

Mark of Hardy Brothers, Birmingham, 1949

comprising a teapot, a coffee pot, a hot water jug, a sugar bowl and a cream jug, hallmarked (5)

Measurements:
total weight 3268 grams height 24.5 (coffee pot)
  • EStimate $1,800 - $2,200
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LOT 20

George V Sterling Silver Ink Stand

Mark of John Grinsell & Sons, London, 1908

engraved ‘Samuel Hordern from his Father 1908’ and ‘To Samuel Hordern from his Grandfather 1954’, with unusual clock and barometer cut crystal inkwells, pen rest, brush and letter holder, one four ball feet, hallmarked in various areas, drawer missing silver knob

Measurements:
approx. weight 2840 grams (without ink bottles) height 20.5 cm width 35 cm depth 23.5 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $2,000
  • sold $2,640 Incl BP
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LOT 21

George V Sterling Silver Trophy

Mark of Hardy Brothers, Birmingham, 1914

engraved ‘Tirrana Cup, 1921, won by Sir Samuel Hordern’s Walkahn’, hallmarked, on sterling silver stepped circular base, engraved ‘City Tattersall’s Cup Trophy Run at Randwick, April 29th 1922 won by Sir Samuel Hordern’s BLK.G. Keneppil by Kenilworth (Imp.) – Petile’, hallmarked (2)

Measurements:
weight 1075 grams (trophy) height 29 cm; weight 594 grams diameter 22.5 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $900 Incl BP
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LOT 22

Pair of Sterling Silver Pheasants

Mark of Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London, 1969

naturalistically modelled as two pheasants, hallmarked (2)

Measurements:
total weight 751 grams approx. height 13 cm length 25 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $1,200 Incl BP
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LOT 23

Mexican Sterling Silver Four Piece Coffee and Tea Service

20th Century

comprising a coffee pot, a teapot, a cream jug and a sugar bowl, hallmarked, coffee pot lid (A/F) (4)

Measurements:
total weight 1745 grams height 25 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $1,020 Incl BP
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LOT 24

Victorian Sterling Silver Cutlery Service

Mark of John Stone, Exeter, c. 1846

setting for twelve people, comprising twelve entrée forks, twelve entrée knives, twelve table forks, twelve table knives, twelve table spoons, twelve dessert spoons and twelve tea spoons (84)

Measurements:
weight 3360 grams
  • EStimate $2,000 - $3,000
  • sold $5,280 Incl BP
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LOT 25

Danish Sterling Silver Coffee Service

Mark of Georg Jensen, Copenhagen, 1945-1977

‘Blossom’ pattern, comprising coffee pot, milk jug and sugar bowl, the coffee pot and milk jug with ivory handles, no. 2C, 2B, and 2E respectively, each marked under base (3)

Measurements:
total weight 1037 grams height 20 cm; 11 cm; 6.5 cm
  • EStimate $6,000 - $9,000
  • sold $6,000 Incl BP
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LOT 26

Danish Sterling Silver Cutlery Service

Mark of Georg Jensen, Copenhagen, 1945-1977

Acadia’ pattern, setting for six people, comprising six entrée knives, six entree forks, six table knives, six table forks, six soup spoons, six dessert spoons, and one sauce ladle, hallmarked (37)

Measurements:
weight 983 grams (excl. knives)
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
  • sold $4,080 Incl BP
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LOT 27

Danish Sterling Silver Cutlery Service

Mark of Georg Jensen, Copenhagen, 1945-1977

Acadia’ pattern, setting for eight people, comprising eight entree knives, eight entrée forks, eight table knives, eight table forks, eight soup spoons, eight dessert spoons, hallmarked (48)

Measurements:
weight 1633 grams (excluding knives)
  • EStimate $2,500 - $3,500
  • sold $5,760 Incl BP
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LOT 28

Danish Sterling Silver Cutlery Service

Mark of Georg Jensen, Copenhagen, 1945-1977

Caravel’ Pattern, service for 12 people, comprising twelve table forks, twelve table knives, twelve table spoons, twelve fish knives, twelve soup spoons, twenty-four entree/dessert forks, twelve dessert knives, twelve dessert spoons, twelve tea spoons, twelve coffee spoons, four serving forks, two pairs of salad servers, one serving spoon and one ladle, hallmarked (142)

Measurements:
total weight (excl. Table knives) 5147 grams
  • EStimate $4,000 - $6,000
  • sold $2,400 Incl BP
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LOT 29

Continental Sterling Silver Champagne Bucket

of tapered cylindrical form with double swing handle, stamped ‘925’ with illegible maker’s mark

Measurements:
weight 1545 grams height 31 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $1,920 Incl BP
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LOT 30

Edwardian Sterling Silver Tray

Mark of Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson), Sheffield, 1936

of oval form with shaped rim, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 1622 grams length 52 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $1,680 Incl BP
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LOT 31

Charles II Sterling Silver Mug

Mark of PM (with star above and fleur-de-lis below), London, 1683

reeded neck above a globular body with fine hammered finish, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 190 grams height 9.5 cm
  • EStimate $2,000 - $3,000
  • sold $6,000 Incl BP
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LOT 32

George III Sterling Silver Salver

Mark of John Crouch & Thomas Hannan, London, 1778

of shaped circular form with gadroon rim embellished with flowers, the border with ram heads and garlands, on three ball and claw feet, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 394 grams diameter 20.5 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $960 Incl BP
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LOT 33

Regency Sterling Silver Teapot

Mark of John Robertson II & John Walton, Newcastle, 1817

of rounded rectangular form, with gadroon and shell border, the body engraved with flowers and fruits, on four ball feet, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 646 grams height 16.5 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $660 Incl BP
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LOT 34

Regency Sterling Silver Milk Jug

Mark of Richard Sawyer, Dublin, 1812

together with a William IV Irish fish slice, Dublin, 1830, hallmarked (2)

Measurements:
weight 139 grams (jug); 152 grams (server)
  • EStimate $350 - $450
  • sold $600 Incl BP
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LOT 35

Three Graduated George III Sterling Silver Sauce Boats

Marks of William Caldecott, London, 1775 and William Sheene, London, 1763 and 1766

each with beaded rim, on three hoof feet with shell headers, the two small sauce boats hallmarked William Sheene (3)

Measurements:
weight 163 grams height 10.5 cm (Caldecott); 132 grams; 97 grams
  • EStimate $450 - $650
  • sold $1,020 Incl BP
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LOT 36

George III Sterling Silver Salver

Mark of John Crouch & Thomas Hannan, London, 1779

of circular form with gadroon rim, the centre engraved with coat-of-arms, on three cast leaf foliage feet, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 320 grams diameter 18.8 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $900 Incl BP
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LOT 37

Pair of George III Sterling Silver Open Salt Cellars

Mark of David Hennell I & Robert Hennell I, London 1764

each of globular form with piecrust rim and gilded interiors, on three shell mounted hoof feet, hallmarked (2)

Measurements:
total weight 242 grams height 5.5 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $780 Incl BP
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LOT 38

George II Sterling Silver Sugar Caster

Mark of Samuel Wood, London, 1748

of baluster form with pierced domed cover, on circular stepped foot, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 90 grams height 13 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $480 Incl BP
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LOT 39

George III Sterling Silver Mustard Pot

Mark of Robert Hennell, London, 1786

of oval form with fluted body, with cobalt blue glass liner, hallmarked, together with sterling silver mustard spoon, assayed in Birmingham, 1905 (2)

Measurements:
weight 104 grams height 7 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $660 Incl BP
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LOT 40

George III Sterling Silver Sweetmeat Basket

Mark of Thomas Foster, London, 1767

of oval form with pierced and chased decoration, with twist wire swing handle, engraved ‘W I I’, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 121 grams height 12 cm
  • EStimate $200 - $400
  • sold $420 Incl BP
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LOT 41

Pair of Dutch Sterling Silver Strainers

Mark of Zwolle, The Netherland, Late 19th Century

each reticulated bowl decorated with flowers and latticework, the handle with portrait of a gentleman and surmounted by a squirrel, hallmarked, with London assay mark for foreign wares 1891 (2)

Measurements:
total weight 102 grams length 17 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $480 Incl BP
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LOT 42

George II Sterling Silver Cream Boat

Mark of George Greenhill Jones, 1739

of ovoid form with leaf capped handle chased and engraved with flowers and shells, on three hoof feet, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 121 grams height 8 cm
  • EStimate $200 - $400
  • sold $660 Incl BP
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LOT 43

Spanish East Indies Silver Platter

18th/19th Century

of oval shape, the centre chased with coat of arms of the Spanish East Indies, unmarked

Measurements:
weight 679 grams length 40.5 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $600 Incl BP
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LOT 44

George II Sterling Silver Marrow Scoop

Mark of N.H, London, 1756

together with a Victorian sterling silver marrow scoop, mark of George Adams, London, 1851, hallmarked (2)

Measurements:
weight 38 grams length 21.2 cm (N.H); 58 grams length 23.3 cm
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $480 Incl BP
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LOT 45

Victorian Sterling Silver Twin Handled Vase

Mark of Mackay, Cunningham & Co., Edinburgh, 1866

handles terminating in two Bacchic masks, the body decorated with four oval medallions in high relief depicting classical scenes, against a textured ground accented with scrolling vines and grapes, on a circular foot with leaf border, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 841 grams height 19.5 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $1,200 Incl BP
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LOT 46

Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Caster

Mark of William Comyns & Sons, London, 1909

together with two silver cream jugs, hallmarked (3)

Measurements:
weight 475 grams height 20 cm; total weight 211 grams (jugs)
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $780 Incl BP
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LOT 47

Nineteen George III Sterling Silver Table Forks

Mark of Sol Haugham, London, 1814 and 1811

Fiddle and Shell pattern, twelve engraved with unicorn crests, seven with sword crests, hallmarked (19)

Measurements:
weight 1341 grams
  • EStimate $700 - $900
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LOT 48

Assorted Sterling Silver Pieces

Mark of Various Silversmiths, 19th-20th Century

comprising, hot water jug, two cream jugs, mug, twin handled sugar bowl and a pair of sauce boats, hallmarked (7)

Measurements:
weight 358 grams (hot water jug); 257 grams (cream jugs); 147 grams (mug); 136 grams (sugar); 228 grams (boats)
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $660 Incl BP
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LOT 49

Sterling Silver Dessert Forks

Marks of Various Silversmiths, First Half of the 19th Century

comprising six forks by William Chawner, London, 1827, eight forks by James Beebe, London 1840, three forks BY H J Lias & Son, London, 1854 and four forks probably by Richard Poulden, London, 1849, Fiddle pattern, hallmarked (21)

Measurements:
total weight 947 grams
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $480 Incl BP
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LOT 50

Victorian Sterling Silver and Ivory Page Turner

c. 1900

together with sterling silver hand mirror and inkwell, hallmarked, page turner restored (3)

Measurements:
length 44.5 cm (page turner); 28.5 cm (mirror); 16.5 x 16.5 cm (inkwell)
  • EStimate $400 - $600
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LOT 51

Victorian Boudoir Set

c. 1880

comprising a cut crystal perfume bottle with four individual compartments, a silver mounted glass perfume bottle, a silver mounted cut crystal lidded box, a silver lidded box, and a silver miniature Georgian piecrust table (5)

Measurements:
approx. height 12 cm; 10 cm (table)
  • EStimate $400 - $600
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LOT 52

Victorian Sterling Silver Biscuit Barrel

Mark of James Dixon & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1896

of cylindrical form, chased with flowers and scrolls, with reeded skirt, on three ball feet

Measurements:
weight 590 grams height 13.5 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 53

George IV Sterling Silver Flatware

Mark of Thomas Cox Savory, London, 1828-29

comprising six dessert forks, five dessert spoons, and two table spoons, hallmarked (13)

Measurements:
total weight 761 grams
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $360 Incl BP
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LOT 54

Elizabeth II Sterling Silver Salver

Mark of Joseph Gloster Ltd., Birmingham, 1974

of circular shape with pie crust rim, on three scroll feet, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 758 grams diameter 30.5 cm
  • EStimate $350 - $450
  • sold $660 Incl BP
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LOT 55

German Sterling Silver Cutlery Service

Mark of Wilkens, Germany

comprising eight entree forks, eight entree knives, eight fish forks, eight fish knives, eight soup spoons, eight table forks, seven table knives, eight table spoons, eight tea spoons and two serving spoons, hallmarked, with wooden canteen (73)

Measurements:
total weight 2853 grams (excl. knives)
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
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LOT 56

Assorted German Silver Pieces

comprising six twin handled cups, six single handled cups, twelve saucers, a sauce boat, a silver plate rectangular platter, a circular bowl and a ladle, all hallmarked and stamped ‘800’ (28)

Measurements:
total weight 2458 grams
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $780 Incl BP
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LOT 57

German Silver Tray

Mid-20th Century

the shaped rectangular tray with rim chased with scrolls and flowers, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 1746 grams height 52.5 cm width 33.5 cm
  • EStimate $700 - $900
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LOT 58

Sterling Silver Flatware

Marks of Various Silversmiths, 19th Century

comprising eight table spoons, five table forks, fourteen entree forks, nine dessert spoons, five tea spoons, three coffee spoons, two sauce ladles and two condiment spoons, hallmarked (48)

Measurements:
total weight 2125 grams
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
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LOT 59

Christofle

Part Sterling Silver Cutlery Service in Mahogany 'Regency' Chest

comprising eight table forks, eight table knives, eight soup spoons, eight dessert forks, eight dessert spoons, eight tea spoons, one cheese knife, and four additional silver plated cake forks, hallmarked (61)

  • EStimate $1,200 - $1,800
  • sold $3,360 Incl BP
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LOT 60

Sterling Silver Cutlery Service

Marks of George Adams, London, c.1847-1848 and Mary Chawner, London, 1835

‘King’ pattern, with crested handles, comprising seven entree forks, eight table forks, six table spoons, thirteen dessert spoons, six tea spoons, six coffee spoons, sugar spoons, two sauce spoons and one serving forks, hallmarked (50)

Measurements:
total weight 3297 grams
  • EStimate $2,000 - $3,000
  • sold $1,920 Incl BP
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LOT 61

Pair of Victorian Sterling Silver Three Light Candelabra

Marks of William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London, 1893 and 1894

each with reeded columns and Corinthian capitals, surmounted by branches with acanthus decoration and similar capitals, on stepped square base, hallmarked, weighted (2)

Measurements:
height 49.5 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $2,160 Incl BP
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LOT 62

Sterling Silver Charger

c. 1978

presented ‘to His Excellency Daniel Gerald Nutter Ambassador of Australia, His Colleagues, The Chiefs of Missions of the Diplomatic Corps in the Philippines, Manila, February, 1978

Measurements:
weight 1205 grams diameter 45 cm
  • EStimate $700 - $900
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LOT 63

Australian Sterling Silver Trophy

Royal Agric. Soc. N.S.W., Conservation of Fodder Competition, 1930

the double handled cup presented by ‘the R.S.P.C.A. to Mrs H. E. Gower, Albion Park. First Prize, Albion Park A. H. & Soc’s Competition’, hallmarked, on wooden plinth

Measurements:
height 17 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
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LOT 64

Tiffany & Co.

Set of Eight Sterling Silver Salt Cellars

each circular footed cellar chased with flowers and leaves, with gilded interior, marked ‘Tiffany & Co. 9849 Makers 3266 sterling silver 925-1000 c’ (8)

Measurements:
total weight 142 grams height 2.5 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $540 Incl BP
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LOT 65

Edwardian Sterling Silver Emu Pin Cushion

Mark of Adie and Lovekin, Birmingham, 1909

with naturalistic textured decoration and inlaid ruby eyes, on an oval base, hallmarked

Measurements:
height 3.5 cm
  • EStimate $400 - $600
  • sold $540 Incl BP
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LOT 66

Two Japanese Silver and Enamel Tea Spoons

Meiji Period

bowls chased and enamelled with water lilies, handles applied with grasshopper and frog (2)

Measurements:
total weight 29 grams approx. length 12 cm
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $336 Incl BP
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LOT 67

Victorian Sterling Silver Salver

Mark of Marti, Hall & Co., Sheffield, 1859

of shaped circular form, with gadroon and shell border, engraved with foliage and flowers, on three ball and claw feet, with diamond registration mark and hallmarks

Measurements:
weight 591 grams diameter 25.5 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $600 Incl BP
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LOT 68

Assorted Sterling Silver Pieces

Mark of Various Silversmiths, 19th-20th Century

comprising a chalice, two sugar casters, salt and pepper shakers and coaster, hallmarked (6)

Measurements:
weight 191 grams (chalice); 269 grams (casters); 124 grams (shakers); 59 grams (coaster)
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $540 Incl BP
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LOT 69

William IV Sterling Silver Teapot

Mark of Richard Pearce & George Burrows, London, 1834

of circular shape, side engraved with lion crest, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 676 grams
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $540 Incl BP
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LOT 70

George III Sterling Silver Cream Jug

Mark of Thomas Holland, London, 1811

with reeded rim, plain body engraved with cartouche, together with a George IV sterling silver cream jug, mark of John Edwards, London, 1827, of lobbed shape, on circular foot, hallmarked (2)

Measurements:
weight 141 grams (Holland); 212 grams
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $504 Incl BP
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LOT 71

Six George IV Sterling Silver Table Spoons

Mark of William Eley & William Fearn, 1821

Fiddle and Thread pattern, with crested handles, hallmarked (6)

Measurements:
weight 521 grams
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $300 Incl BP
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LOT 72

Three George III Sterling Silver Serving Spoons

Marks of George Smith, London, 1773 and Tudor & Whitford, Dublin, 1808, Also stamped West

comprising a George Smith basting spoon with feather edge and monogrammed ‘AW’, and a pair of Irish silver spoons, one a basting and the other a strainer, Fiddle pattern with crested handles, hallmarked (3)

Measurements:
weight 121.5 grams (London spoon); 289 grams (Irish spoons)
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $900 Incl BP
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LOT 73

Two Pairs of George III Sterling Silver Serving Spoons

Marks of George Smith (III) & William Fearn, London, 1795, and Unknown Silversmith, Dublin, 1805

Irish spoons with monogrammed handles, hallmarked (4)

Measurements:
total weight 446 grams
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $720 Incl BP
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LOT 74

Eigil Jensen for Anton Michelsen

Pair of Danish Sterling Silver Candlesticks, c. 1960

two-light candlesticks with integral ‘S’ shaped bases, hallmarked (2)

Measurements:
weight 395 grams height 12 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $600 Incl BP
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LOT 75

Edwardian Sterling Silver Toast and Egg Stand

Mark of Martin, Hall & Co., Sheffield, 1908

two egg cups, a spoon and a toast rack resting on rectangular tray with gadroon border, on four ball feet, hallmarked

Measurements:
weight 470 grams length 24 cm
  • EStimate $300 - $500
  • sold $660 Incl BP
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LOT 76

Set of Six Sterling Silver Spoons

Mark of Christopher Cummins (Junior), Dublin, 1870

Fiddle pattern, crested handles, hallmarked, together with a sterling silver butter knife and a sugar spoon (8)

Measurements:
weight 308 grams (spoons); 51 grams
  • EStimate $250 - $450
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LOT 77

Regency Sterling Silver Table Spoon

Mark of Hester Bateman, London, c. 1814

together with two table spoons mark of Thomas Wallis II, London, 1797 and two table spoons, mark of John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater, London, 1892, all with monogrammed handles (5)

Measurements:
total weight 332 grams
  • EStimate $250 - $450
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LOT 78

Collection of Serving Ladles and Spoons

Marks of Various Silversmiths, Assayed in London, Glasgow and Exeter

comprising a pair of gravy ladles by Alexander Edmonston, Edinburg, 1825, a pair of sauce ladles by William Eaton, London, 1830, a gravy ladle by Peter & Wn Bateman, London, 1813, six salt spoons, two tea spoons and two coffee spoons, hallmarked (15)

Measurements:
total weight 316 grams
  • EStimate $250 - $450
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LOT 79

Pair of Victorian Sterling Silver Salt Cellars

Mark of S Smith & Son (Stephen Smith), London, 1872
Measurements:
total weight 94 grams
  • EStimate $200 - $300
  • sold $240 Incl BP
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LOT 80

Two Sterling Silver Porringers

one stamped ‘Lunt sterling 560’, the other stamped ‘Sterling 872’, together with Norwegian silver serving spoon and fork, hallmarked (4)

Measurements:
weight 221 grams approx. diameter 11.5 cm; weight 136 grams
  • EStimate $200 - $400
  • sold $240 Incl BP
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LOT 81

Pair of Sterling Silver Mote Spoons

Mark of TS (possibly Thomas Shepherd), London, c. 1800

each with a pierced bowl and a tapering handle with sharpened point, hallmarked (2)

Measurements:
total weight 21 grams
  • EStimate $100 - $200
  • sold $300 Incl BP
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LOT 82

Jersey Sterling Silver Dessert Forks and Spoons

Mark of John Le Gallais, London, 1849 and 1855

comprising four forks and four spoons, Fiddle pattern, with monogramed handles ‘PP’, hallmarked (8)

Measurements:
weight 197 grams (forks); 187 grams
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $240 Incl BP
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LOT 83

Five George III Irish Sterling Silver Forks

Mark of Robert Williams, Dublin, 1803

together with sterling silver marrow spoon, mark of Dublin, c. 1792, hallmarked (6)

Measurements:
weight 308 grams; 53 grams (marrow spoon)
  • EStimate $150 - $250
  • sold $360 Incl BP
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LOT 84

Victorian Sterling Silver Dessert Spoons

Marks of George Adams, London, 1840 and Charles Boyton, London, 1847

Fiddle pattern, with monogrammed handles, hallmarked (11)

Measurements:
total weight 489 grams
  • EStimate $200 - $400
  • sold $216 Incl BP
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LOT 85

Assembled Sterling Silver Three Piece Tea Set

Marks of Various Silversmiths, Assayed in London and Dublin, c. 1823-1853

comprising a teapot with shell and mask feet, an Irish cream jug by James Le Bas, chased with scrolls, flowers and shells, and a twin handled sugar bowl chased with scrolls and flowers, hallmarked (3)

Measurements:
total weight 1442 grams
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $1,200 Incl BP
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LOT 86

Michelangelo Pace Da Campidoglio (Italian, ca. 1610-1670)

Untitled (Country Estate with Still Life and Game)

oil on canvas

Measurements:
94 x 130 cm
  • EStimate $60,000 - $80,000
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LOT 87

John Robert Cozens (British, 1752–1799)

Ruins by a Lake, c. 1780's

watercolour on paper

Measurements:
17.5 x 26 cm
  • EStimate $2,000 - $3,000
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LOT 88

George Vincent (British, 1796-1831)

Riverscene; Cart in the Village

oil on canvas, pair, signed l.l.c. ‘G. Vincent’, signed l.r.c. ‘G. Vincent’ (2)

Measurements:
24 x 34.5 cm each
  • EStimate $1,200 - $1,800
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LOT 89

19th Century European School

Fishermen and Boats

oil on board

Measurements:
16 x 21 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
  • sold $660 Incl BP
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LOT 90

Robert Cleminson (British, 1844-1888)

Rewards, Victory

oil on canvas

Measurements:
90.5 x 60 cm
  • EStimate $1,200 - $1,800
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LOT 90A

Robert Cleminson (British, 1844-1888)

Untitled (Terrier, Fox and Duck)

oil on canvas

Measurements:
90.5 x 60 cm
  • EStimate $1,200 - $1,800
  • sold $1,440 Incl BP
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LOT 91

Thomas Noelsmith (British, c.1900)

Thatched Cottage, Broadstone Dorset

watercolour on paper, signed l.r.c. ‘T. Noelsmith’

Measurements:
24 x 34.5 cm
  • EStimate $1,000 - $1,500
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LOT 92

John Skinner Prout (British, 1806-1876)

Cattle Grazing near a Castle; Two Figures and Ruins

watercolour on paper, one signed ‘J.S. Prout’ l.r.c. (2)

Measurements:
27.5 x 38 cm each
  • EStimate $1,000 - $2,000
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LOT 93

Arthur Hacker (British, 1858-1919)

A Woman Seated in a Field, 1900

oi on board, inscribed in pencil verso ‘Arthur Hacker, 1900’

Measurements:
33 x 40.5 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $1,560 Incl BP
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LOT 94

19th/20th Century European school

a collection of ten engravings

-10

Measurements:
35 x 48 cm and smaller
  • EStimate $1,200 - $1,800
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LOT 95

Emma Brownlow, (British, 1832-1905)

Preparing the Ducks, 1873

oil on canvas, signed and dated l.l.c. ‘E. Brownlow, 1873’

Measurements:
51.5 x 42 cm
  • EStimate $1,500 - $2,500
  • sold $1,320 Incl BP
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LOT 96

Henry George Todd (British, 1847-1898)

Still Life with Fruit and Vase, 1879

oil on canvas, signed and dated l.r.c. ‘H.G. Todd, 1879’

Measurements:
29 x 24 cm
  • EStimate $2,000 - $4,000
  • sold $2,400 Incl BP
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LOT 97

20th Century Chinese school

River Scenes

watercolour on paper, each inscribed with Chinese characters (2)

Measurements:
each 37 x 52 cm
  • EStimate $500 - $700
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LOT 98

After Henry Alken ( British, 1785-1851), Charles Bentley (British, 1806-1854) (engraver)

A Steeple Chase, 1832

handcoloured aquatints, Plate 2, Plate 3, published by S & J Fuller at their Sporting Gallery 34 Rathbone Place, London (2)

Measurements:
36 x 52 cm each
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
  • sold $3,360 Incl BP
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LOT 99

William Affleck (British, 1869-1943)

Gather Ye Rosebuds

watercolour on paper, signed l.r.c. ‘W. Affleck’

Measurements:
29 x 40.5 cm
  • EStimate $800 - $1,200
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LOT 100

After Brouwer (19th Century Continental School)

The Jewish Money Lender

oil on panel, titled to label verso ‘After Brouwer, The Jewish Money Lender’

Measurements:
25 x 21.5 cm
  • EStimate $600 - $900
  • sold $540 Incl BP
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