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January Jewellery & Interiors Auction
26 January 2022
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A Victorian silver rose bowl, featuring repousse scroll, foliage and floral design, with engraving to scroll edge cartouche to front and raised on single circular foot, hallmarked Sheffield 1899.
A set of six George III silver salts, each of barrel design and engraved with monogram to front, some hallmarks rubbed, readable hallmarks London 1802, all makers marks rubbed.
A George III silver tea pot with gadrooned lower body and spout, engraved with monogram, black wooden handle, hallmarked London 1804, makers mark RC possibly for Richard Cook.
A Victorian silver dish, having repousse scroll design featuring female cooking over pots and cherub, hallmarked Chester 1900, approx. height 6cm, width 10cm.
A silver tankard, engraved 'Westminster Bank Golfing Society, Summer Meeting, 1939 Medal Winner', hallmarked Sheffield 1938, approx. height 12cm.
A Victorian silver fronted photograph frame, the rectangular frame featuring openwork bow to top, hallmarked London 1899, approx. 16cmx11.5cm.
A silver spirit measure, with linear pattern round body, hallmarked Birmingham 1906, approx. height 8.5cm, housed in fitted case.
A silver peppermill, hallmarked Birmingham 2000, height approx. 15cm.
A hallmarked silver fronted photograph frame, the rectangular frame having textured finish, height approx. 32cm.
A silver tankard, possibly George II very rubbed hallmark possibly London 1739, with scroll handle, central engraved 'J.B.J.', approx. height 9cm.
A hallmarked silver fronted photograph frame, the rectangular design having a textured finish, height approx. 26cm.
A silver, mirror and glass serving dish, with four removal glass dishes, hallmarked Sheffield 1936, approx. diameter 28cm.
A hallmarked silver fronted photograph frame, the rectangular design having textured finish, height approx. 26cm.
A silver weighted candlestick, of plain design raised on circular foot, hallmarked Birmingham 2005, makers mark B&Co. for W I Broadway & Co., height approx. 36cm.
A pair of weighted column design candle sticks, unmarked white metal, approx. height 21cm.
A late 19th Century Gorham tureen, having gadrooned lower body and raised on four ball feet, engraved initials to lid, stamped with Gorham hallmark-style trade mark, with date symbol possibly for 1896, and additionally stamped STERLING.
A Victorian silver jug, with engraved doe and wheel, hallmarked Dublin 1874, approx. height 6cm.
A white metal tankard converted into jug, with repeat linear design to body and lid, with wooden handle.
A pair of silver weighted candlestick holders, with removable sconces, hallmarked Birmingham 1979, approx. height 12.5cm.
A silver photo frame, the rectangular design featuring repeat pattern to edge, hallmarked Sheffield 2005, approx. 30x24cm, (glass A/F).
A pair of silver backed clothes brushes, hallmarked Birmingham 1926, housed in a fitted case, approx. width of brushes 8.5cm, (case A/F).
A silver and glass perfume bottle, hallmarked Sheffield 2000.
A silver and enamel card holder, featuring central quatrefoil blue enamelled motif with blue stone cabochon, hallmarked Birmingham 2006, additionally stamped 925 Italy Ocie, width approx. 9.5cm.
A GIOVANNI RASPINI bowl, the hammered design featuring three butterfly motifs, stamped 925, with makers mark, width approx. 21cm, housed in a Giovanni Raspini box.
A hallmarked silver Armada dish, approx. diameter 11cm. BOOK A VIEWING TIME SLOT ON OUR WEBSITE FOR THIS LOT.
A child's bowl, stamped STERLING 925, approx. diameter 11cm.
A silver coffee pot and teapot, both having gadrooned lower bodies, one having foliage design spout and curved handle, the other with plain spout and geometric handle, teapot hallmarked Sheffield 1907, coffee pot hallmarked
Two Danish design silver plated weighted tulip handled jugs/vases, one stamped Denmark.
A silver trug dish, hallmarked Sheffield 1928, together with a miniature rose bowl, hallmarked Birmingham, dated 1913 or 1938.
A Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company silver coffee pot and tea pot, both of swirled design, with fish engraved design to handles, both hallmarked London 1903, with makers marks, approx. heights 18cm and 15cm.
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