A quantity of silver items,
comprising: a pair of silver candlesticks, by Richard Comyns, London 1938, of plain knop form, height 21cm, an Edwardian silver christening mug, Birmingham 1902, with part spiral fluting below a floral embossed band and vacant cartouche, an early 19th century Continental silver teapot, incuse stamped on base "PDW", "12" and "K" in an oval punch, also incuse stamped "PDW" over "DD" over "PS", on compressed form with fluted sections, a 19th century Continental silver swing-handled sugar basket of vase form, the sides pierced with vertical slats and embossed with husk swags and acanthus leaves, fitted with blue glass liner, a samll German silver bonbon/sugar basket with fixed handle and blue glass liner, a Continental silver circular locket with filigree surround, the hinged, front cover embossed with a baptismal scene, an Italian silver cover, a small late 18th century Continental silver Holy water stoop, stamped "12.A" .
- The pair of silver candlesticks as illustrated in the catalogue (page 33) have been withdrawn from this lot. Please note the revised estimate is now £400 - 450.
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