A assorted quantity of silver items,
various dates and makers
comprising:- a two handled cup of bell form London 1926, a small sugar bowl with part-spiral fluting, London 1900, a pierced quatrafoil bonbon dish, Birmingham 1946, a three-handled quaiche, by Messrs Hutton & sons, Birmingham 1923, an Edwardian mug of plain baluster form, London 1900, a Victorian Irish silver two-handled sugar bowl and milk jug, by Christopher Clarke, Dublin 1867 & 1869, engraved with foliate scrolls and hatching, a late Victorian cream jug of plain baluster form, London 1899, a late Victorian embossed pot, Birmingham 1898, three small salt cellars with milled edges and raised on spread circular base, London 1896, four George III salt cellars, marks on base and rubbed, first quarter of 19th century and of Sheffield manufacture, oblong form with later chased floral decoration, two pepper pots, two salt cellars, a cased set of twelve "apostle" teaspoons and associated tongs, tongs London 1899, spoons Dublin 1887, (one spoons lacking finial), a pair of antique silver sugar tongs, Dublin 1868, and three brass middle eastern candle sticks and covers, the majority initialled, weight 72oz. (QTY)
- Eleven apostle spoons in this lot not Twelve.