Period Art & Design including the Estate of John Traina
18 Nov 2012, starting at 10:00 PST.

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LOTS
 of 4838
  • Lot 4827
    A Sheffield plate three light candelabrum by unknown maker (unmarked), circa second quarter 19th century
    Sold for US$ 62 inc. premium

  • Lot 4828
    An American Victorian silver-plated easel-back lady's dressing table mirror with applied floral garland Meriden Britannia Co., Meriden, CT, circa 1880's
    # 8000
    Sold for US$ 350 inc. premium

  • Lot 4829
    A Russian 84 standard silver assembled set of twelve tablespoons by Pyelagyeya Ivanova, Moscow, 1895 (11)
    and Nicholai Pavlov, Moscow, 1899-1908 (1)
    Fiddle (12)
    Sold for US$ 600 inc. premium

  • Lot 4830
    A Russian 84 standard silver and parcel-gilt silver collection of table articles, etc. (14)
    US$ 1,200 - 1,800
    £710 - 1,100

  • Lot 4831
    A George II-George IV silver assembled partial flatware set by London makers as follows
    William Chawner, 1837
    William Eaton, 1822
    Richard Crossley, 1792
    William Bateman II, 1827
    Elias Cachart, 1756
    Smith & Fearn, 1788
    William Seaman, 1784
    Thos. Northcote, 1791
    Hester Bateman, 1788
    Robert Rutland, 1808
    Thomas Barker, 1816
    Eley & Fearn, 1814/1820
    Solomon Hougham, 1809
    Old English, matching crest (41)
    Sold for US$ 1,625 inc. premium

  • Lot 4832
    A George III silver set of six bright cut teaspoons with various other George III-George IV Old English flatware by Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London, 1804 and other London makers as listed (31)
    Sold for US$ 525 inc. premium

  • Lot 4833
    A George III set of twelve table knives with silver handles by Sheffield maker, 1808
    Threaded, with crest (30)
    Sold for US$ 400 inc. premium

  • Lot 4834
    A George IV silver ale jug, later chased with a fox hunt scene bearing hallmarks for Charles Fox, London, 1827, also engraved: C. Moore (3 Abbey Ch'h Y'd Bath) Maker
    Sold for US$ 1,500 inc. premium

  • Lot 4835
    A George V silver four piece tea set with wooden fittings in the Georgian taste with an associated silver plate on copper oval galleried tray by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1918
    # H7813 (5)
    Sold for US$ 2,000 inc. premium

  • Lot 4836
    A George V silver pair of weighted columnar candlesticks with stamped decoration Liberty & Co., Birmingham, 1919
    # 2285
    Sold for US$ 100 inc. premium

  • Lot 4837
    An Irish George IV silver set of twelve table forks by J. Brady, Dublin, 1827
    Old English, with crest on verso
    Sold for US$ 1,062 inc. premium

  • Lot 4838
    A sterling set of twelve soup spoons by Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI
    Marguerite, monogrammed: EL (26)
    Sold for US$ 750 inc. premium

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