An Edwardian circular silver fruit bowl, William Comyns, 1907, on a stepped circular foot, gadroon rims and pierced border, 23cm, a mid 18th Century style plain circular bowl, D & J Wellby, 1925, 12.5cm, late Victorian miniature strawberry dish, 1897, coin inset and a flowerhead shape bon bon dish, on four ball feet, Roberts & Belk, Sheffield, 1944, 20ozs. (4)
A George V rectangular engine turned silver cigarette box, Chester 1921, with solid gilt lined hinged cover, 14.25cm, and the following silver:- a Victorian plain rectangular cigarette box, Charles Stuart Harris, 1887, with solid hinged cover, 14.5cm, a square engine turned powder compact, gilt lined, and a rectangular engine turned cigarette case. (4)
A George III style cylindrical tapering half pint mug, Charles Stuart Harris, 1920, with threaded band and scroll handle, and the following silver:- a George III style tea caddy, Robert Halfrod & Sons, 1906, of shaped outline with hinged cover, shaped rectangular pin tray, in mid 18th Century style, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, a pair of 'D' shape napkin rings and an oval squeeze action tobacco box, 19ozs. (6)
A part canteen of Victorian fiddle pattern silver flatware, Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1860, comprising:- 5 table forks, 5 dessert forks, 3 dessert and 1 teaspoons and a pair of sugar tongs, 30ozs, crested. (15)
A Collection of silver and whitemetal, Various makers and dates, comprising an Indian whitemetal bowl, relief decorated with hunting scenes, 13cm across, a glass jar with similar lid and 16 Asian whitemetal spoons; together with a silver helmet shaped jug, four napkin rings and two pairs of sugar tongs, weight of hallmarked silver 6.5oz
An Art Nouveau silver seven piece condiment set, Albert Cohen & Charles Soloman, Chester 1905, of wavy outline each on four claw feet, comprising:- mustard pot, pair of pepperettes and four salt cellars, blue glass liners and four matching salt spoons, 18ozs, also a cased set of six pairs of electroplate fruit knives, pair of Dachshund knife rests and a sauce boat.
A set of six Victorian silver fiddle pattern table forks, Mary Chawner, 1839, and the following silver:- a child's Victorian christening spoon and fork, Francis Higgins, a child's wrigglework pattern christening spoon, knife and fork, John Round, 17.5ozs weighable, also a pair of Victorian electroplate novelty servers in the form of an ivory handled garden shovel and fork, 25cm.next page
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