Three Scottish silver CHILI VINEGAR, HERVEY SAUCE & SOY spice labels by George McHattie, Edinburgh 1817; together with a large quantity of other items  (26)
Lot 316
Three Scottish silver CHILI VINEGAR, HERVEY SAUCE & SOY spice labels by George McHattie, Edinburgh 1817; together with a large quantity of other items (26)
Sold for £1,875 (US$ 3,063) inc. premium

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Three Scottish silver CHILI VINEGAR, HERVEY SAUCE & SOY spice labels by George McHattie, Edinburgh 1817; together with a large quantity of other items  (26) Three Scottish silver CHILI VINEGAR, HERVEY SAUCE & SOY spice labels by George McHattie, Edinburgh 1817; together with a large quantity of other items  (26)
Three Scottish silver CHILI VINEGAR, HERVEY SAUCE & SOY spice labels
by George McHattie, Edinburgh 1817
Of rectangular form with cantered corners, reeded rims and incised titles, together with; four silver GENEVA, RUM, SHRUB and BRANDY wine labels, by Solomon Hougham, London 1795-98, similarly decorated, three pairs of sugar nips, various dates and makers, a pair of ribbon scissors, by William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, London 1811, formed as a stork, a salt spoon, Birmingham 1910, four cased buttons, by Joseph & Richard Griffin, Chester 1903 in the art nouveau style, each depicting a lady's head adorned with flowers in profile, a cased set of four napkin rings, by John Millward Banks, Birmingham 1885, a chatelaine, apparently unmarked, the grip with central leopard head flanked by two leopards, supporting seven chain drops supporting various instruments, a Dutch snuff box depicting the Cloth Hall in Ypres, Belgium, Amsterdam, circa 1914, with import marks for Richard Burbridge, London 1916 a silver whistle, Birmingham 1798, a cased cigarette holder, by William Adams Ltd, Birmingham 1918 pair of spectacles, a Victorian card case by George Unite & Sons, Birmingham 1891, conventional form, with all-over machine-turned decoration, the front with oval cartouche engraved with monogram, and another cased example, by George Unite & Sons, Birmingham 1884, all-over bright engraved with foliage, the front with central vacant reserve, opening to reveal a lined interior with eight folded divider segments, weight 13oz. (26)
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