A quantity of silver items,
comprising: a stylised quaich, by A. E. Jones, Birmingham 1926, the compressed bowl with spot-hammered decoration on a spread circular foot, 18.7cm. handle to handle, a small tazza, Sheffield 1906, the shallow bowl with welled centre on a conical foot, bead punched decoration simulating rivets, 12cm. diameter, a novelty money box, by C. D. Saunders & J. F. H. Shepherd, Birmingham 1910, the egg shaped body with hinged top, engraved "A NEST EGG" and money slot to the top, on a pedestal foot, height 13cm., a pair of oval sauce boats, Sheffield 1904, with wavy rim, leaf-capped flying scroll handle, on three stepped hoof feet, a small shaped circular salver, Birmingham 1904, on three scroll feet, 18.5cm. diameter, a pair of hexafoil bon-bon dishes, by Mappin & Webb, London 1904, an 18th century style helmet shaped cream jug, with wavy rim, scroll handle and moulded girdle on three paw feet, a pierced quatrefoil bon-bon dish, by James Deakin & Sons, Chester 1904, the sides pierced with scrolls and crosslets, on three caryatid scroll handles / supports, small square cigarette box, a small hexafoil dish, weight 38.5oz.
- There is a pair of quatrefoil not hexafoil bon-bon dishes in this lot.