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Lot 11Y
A quantity of silver items, including sewing related items,
Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,078) inc. premium

Lot Details
A quantity of silver items, including sewing related items,
comprising: a late 18th century filigree silver counter box, unmarked, circa 1790, cylindrical form, the pull-off cover with a carved ivory flower, wire-work and split pearl border, centred with a navette shaped painted portrait miniature on ivory, under a dome glass, height 4cm, a silver needle case, makers mark only by Joseph Willmore, slender tapering form, containing a silver bodkin, by the same maker, (broken), a George III silver needle case, unmarked, with bright-engraving, a mid 19th century silver needlecase, mark indistinct, with leaf scroll relief, a Dutch style needle case, a Continental scent bottle, unmarked, lacking stopper, three small boxes, a Continental scent flask, tapering cylindrical form with scroll-work, a stone spinning whorl, a George III silver pin cushion, unmarked, in the form of a basket, with basket weave engraved sides, a silver 'castletop' pin cushion, the embossed central band depicting Windsor castle, a George III silver lancet case, unmarked, with prick-dot engraving, an etui, shagreen covered, containing some implements (damaged), a silver cased scent bottle holder, makers mark only, by Samuel Pemberton, with bright engraving, a silver mounted woolwork purse, London 1825, a Victorian silver shaving brush holder, London 1856, with screw fitting top and brush, crested, an unmarked whistle, small tapering form with ring attachement, length 4cm, a miniature silver artists watercolour palette, possibly by William Edward Hurcomb, London 1910, slender rectangular pendant form, with hinged cover, with eight paint compartments and a slender brush compartment, initialled, with ring attachment, length 8.5cm, a silver scent flask, Birmingham 1903, ovoid form with applied initialled and 'Scent', length 9.3cm, an unmarked nutmeg grater, probably Continental, ribbed egg form, lacking rasp, screw fitting, gilt interior, underside with scratched in initials, length 4.5cm, an Art Deco silver compact, London 1948, two silver spirit labels and other plated examples, a pair of unmarked place markers, with thistles in high relief, crested, a pair of Victorian silver pierced place markers, London 1885, a folding fruit knife, a pierced hair clip, a small silver box, import marks for London 1996, with winged cherub masks, a Scottish silver spoon, Glasgow 1909, with engraved design, a pair of extending sugar tongs, by Gorham, with claw grips, a pair of unmarked folding miniature table legs, varying silver and metal thimbles, and a quantity of other sewing related implements, a steel matrix, in turned wood box.
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