Silver and Objects Of Vertu
20 Feb 2013, starting at 11:00 GMT.

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 of 273
1 A 9 carat gold and diamond cigarette case and compact by Asprey & Co Ltd, London 1939, engraved and impressed ASPREY LONDON (2) £2,000
US$ 3,361
€2,426
2 An 18 carat gold cigarette box London 1965, also incuse mark 750, engraved Kutchinsky London £4,375
US$ 7,353
€5,307
3 A 9 carat gold cigarette case by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1934 £2,000
US$ 3,361
€2,426
4 An 18 carat gold lady's card case London 1932 £3,750
US$ 6,303
€4,549
5 WILLIAM TOLLIDAY: A mixed precious metal and gem set model of George & The Dragon apparently unsigned, probably made for Garrards £3,500
US$ 5,882
€4,246
6 A 9 carat gold cigarette case by S J Rose & Son, London 1950 £2,000
US$ 3,361
€2,426
7 An Edwardian 9 carat gold two-handle trophy cup by Dobson & Dobson, London 1908 £5,125
US$ 8,614
€6,217
9 A late 18th/early 19th century gold ear scoop/tweezer combination apparently unmarked, circa 1800 £225
US$ 378
€272
10 A yellow metal small chain mail purse unmarked, only ring attachment marked £475
US$ 798
€576
10A A silver cast model of a "British Grenadier" maker's mark H&S, London 1976 (3) £625
US$ 1,050
€758
11 A George III gold, enamelled, cut-steel and Jasperware mounted toothpick case apparently unmarked £3,125
US$ 5,252
€3,791
12 A silver-gilt prayer book or bible cover probably Dutch, 19th century in the 17th century manner, with Dutch Duty paid mark £600
US$ 1,008
€727
14 A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette by John Shaw, Birmingham probably 1818; together with an assortment of other items (11) £687
US$ 1,155
€834
16 An early 20th century Russian cloisonné enamelled silver cigarette case 88 standard, St Petersburg, 1908-1917 £687
US$ 1,155
€834
17 A silver and enamelled small cigarette case incuse marked 935, thumbpiece with Egyptian marks, date letter F, possibly for 1930 £625
US$ 1,050
€758
18 A silver and enamelled cigarette case with German 800 standard mark £312
US$ 525
€379
19 A silver cigarette case maker's mark FG London 1933 £625
US$ 1,050
€758
21 A mid-19th century cased French parcel-gilt lady's smoking compendium by Bruneau, Paris circa 1840 £475
US$ 798
€576
22 An 1871 London silver gilt and cranberry-coloured glass doubled ended scent bottle and vinaigrette by Sampson Morden & Co London 1871; together with a quantity of other items (16) £1,062
US$ 1,785
€1,288
24 A Victorian silver-gilt and coral baby rattle by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield circa 1870 £125
US$ 210
€151
26 A William IV silver nutmeg grater by Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1835 (2) £562
US$ 945
€682
27 A Victorian silver nutmeg grater by Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1838 together with a late 19th century Continental minaiture model of a sedan chair, with pseudo Dutch marks and import marks for John George Smith, London 1898 (2) £400
US$ 672
€485
29 A George III silver vinaigrette by Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1813 and another reeded vinaigrette, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1800, (2) £312
US$ 525
€379
30 A rare George III silver vinaigrette by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1802 and another silver vinaigrette, by John Shaw, Birmingham 1821, (2) £312
US$ 525
€379
31 A silver model of a Sphinx maker's mark absent, London 1927 £625
US$ 1,050
€758
32 A Victorian novelty silver lighter in the form of a chamberstick by Henry Stewart Brown, London 1890, also stamped on the underside A BARRETT & SONS, MANUFACTURERS 63 & 64 PICCADILLY LONDON £375
US$ 630
€454
33 An electroplated and crocodile leather hip flask; together with a quantity of other items (10) £775
US$ 1,302
€940
34 A late 19th Century green Moroccan leather Gladstone-style vanity case with ivory-mounted dressing table set, retailed by Leuchars & Son of Piccadilly, London; together with a brown Morrocan leather case (Qty) £2,000
US$ 3,361
€2,426
35 A pair of Old Sheffield Plate candelabra by Matthew Boulton & Co; together with a pair of candlesticks also by Matthew Boulton & Co (4) £1,375
US$ 2,311
€1,668
37 A silver-plate-mounted green glass novelty owl decanter unmarked £562
US$ 945
€682
38 A nephrite-mounted two-handled tazza with pseudo Russian marks £1,062
US$ 1,785
€1,288
39 An enamelled cane handle with pseudo Russian marks £125
US$ 210
€151
40 A silver cigarette case no apparent marks, probably Russian £375
US$ 630
€454
41 A matched set of six silver-gilt and enamelled teaspoons by Gustav Klingardt, Moscow 1893 (6) £525
US$ 882
€636
42 A 19th century Russian silver and niello cigarette case marks on the front within the niello design, no visible maker's mark, assay master B C with pellet between, 1856 £600
US$ 1,008
€727
43 A Russian silver teapot and cream jug maker's mark Cyrillic AИ, kokoshnik for 1896 - 1908 (2) £625
US$ 1,050
€758
44 A late 19th / early 20th century Austro-Hungarian silver eight-piece tea and coffee service, together with a silver two-handled tray most pieces with maker's mark ES, possibly for Eduard Steiter, remaining pieces with marks for Eduard Friedmann, Vienna, third standard mark (10) £2,500
US$ 4,202
€3,032
45 A Russian Art Nouveau silver lemon-tea glass holder maker's mark BA Cyrillic, kokoshnik for 1896-1908 (7) £512
US$ 861
€621
46 A small quantity of Russian silver items (13) £687
US$ 1,155
€834
49 A 19th century Dutch silver snuff box with inset miniature of a lady possibly by Andries Claassen, Amsterdam 1823 and a 19th century Austro-Hungarian silver coaster, (2) £475
US$ 798
€576
50 A 19th century German silver stoop probably Hanau origin, possibly by Gebrüder Gutgesell, circa 1880 (2) £250
US$ 420
€303
51 A 17th century style Continental silver-gilt double pineapple cup bearing pseudo marks, by Neresheimer of Hanau, circa 1900 (2) £562
US$ 945
€682
53 A late 17th century German parcel-gilt rummer/goblet by Christoph Hieronymus Clauss, Nuremberg circa 1690 £1,250
US$ 2,101
€1,516
54 A silver etrog box with Pseudo mark £1,875
US$ 3,151
€2,274
55 A pair of late 19th century Continental silver Sabbath candlesticks apparently unmarked (2) £750
US$ 1,260
€909
56 A mid 19th century pair of Italian silver four-light candelabra by Francesco Ceppi, Milan, circa 1856 £3,375
US$ 5,672
€4,094
57 A pair of early 20th century Continental silver religious statuettes by Neresheimer & Co, Hanau circa 1910 (7) £250
US$ 420
€303
60 An early 20th century silver five-piece bachelors' / small sized coffee service incuse mark SH in a shaped device, also incuse mark 800, possibly German £812
US$ 1,365
€985
61 A Continental silver sugar caster, in the Dutch manner cover only marked with pseudo marks £137
US$ 231
€166
63 A 19th century Italian silver candlestick maker's mark rubbed and partially visible, possibly by Belli Giovacchino, Rome, 1817 - 1822 £812
US$ 1,365
€985
64 An 18th century Portuguese silver tazza maker's mark A F R, unknown, recorded in "Portuguese Silver Vol 1 15th century-1887", p.31 No.271, Lisbon £2,375
US$ 3,991
€2,881
66 A pair of 19th century Indian colonial silver casters by Allan & Hayes, Calcutta, circa 1860 (2) £562
US$ 945
€682
69 A Danish silver bonbon dish designed by Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen, incuse stamped Dessin, Denmark Sterling 741 A together with a sugar caster, an oval dish, a brandy saucepan, a blue enamelled compact and a blue and enamel bowl (5) £312
US$ 525
€379
70 A late 18th/early 19th century Swedish silver side-handled pot coffee/milk pot by Flogberg, Stockholm circa 1800 £125
US$ 210
€151
70A A 19th century French silver two-handled vase with 1809-1819 guarantee mark, 1818-1838 Paris 'conops' bigorne and later 'giraffe' inventory mark for 1835-38, also with import marks for 'BC', London 1949 (2) £900
US$ 1,512
€1,091
73 An early 18th century French silver chocolate pot by Lescot de la Panneterie, with 950 Paris standard mark for 1789-1809 £1,000
US$ 1,680
€1,213
74 A mid 19th century Chinese export silver snuff box unmarked, circa 1850 £562
US$ 945
€682
77 An early 20th century Chinese export silver cocktail shaker by Zeesung, also stamped with character mark Shanghai, circa 1910 £875
US$ 1,470
€1,061
78 A pair of cast silver and silver-gilt two-light candelabra by C. J. Vander, London 1979 (2) £2,500
US$ 4,202
€3,032
79 A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese export silver bowl by Wang Hing, also stamped '90' with character mark, circa 1900 £400
US$ 672
€485
80 A 20th century Chinese silver teapot by Tackhing of Hong Kong, marked TACKHING, 90%SILVER, and a character mark £312
US$ 525
€379
81 A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese export silver rose bowl by Luen Hing, also stamped '90' with character marks £400
US$ 672
€485
82 A pair of Chinese silver powder flasks by Wang Hing, stamped 90 (2) £375
US$ 630
€454
83 An 18th century style silver tankard by Elkington & Co, London 1966, together with a silver tazza, by Crichton Bros, London 1920 (2) £600
US$ 1,008
€727
84 A matched pair of silver two-branch small candelabra one maker's mark T.S.C, London 1968, the other by Nayler Bros, with millennium mark 2000 (2) £350
US$ 588
€424
86 A silver five-piece tea and coffee service by Barker Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1937, hot water pot 1938, together with an electroplated two-handled tray to match, by Charles Green & Co £1,375
US$ 2,311
€1,668
88 A cased set of six silver-gilt "Pheasant" cocktail sticks William Suckling Ltd, Birmingham 1932 £175
US$ 294
€212
90 A silver christening mug, in the 18th century manner by Thomas Bradury & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1926 two other silver christening mugs, Birmingham 1919 and London 1877, and other silver items (Qty) £875
US$ 1,470
€1,061
91 A pair of silver salvers by E Viner, Sheffield 1944, together with a larger shaped-square silver salver, by Barnard & Sons Ltd, London 1926 (3) £1,250
US$ 2,101
€1,516
92 A modern silver two-handled trophy cup by Alfred James How, London 1922; together with two smaller examples £875
US$ 1,470
€1,061
93 A silver two-handled trophy cup by Alfred James How, London 1925; together with another similar example (2) £1,062
US$ 1,785
€1,288
94 A silver five-piece tea and coffee service including kettle on stand by James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1925 / 1926, kettle on stand 1920 (5) £1,812
US$ 3,046
€2,198
96 A silver two-handled tray by Lowe & Sons, Chester 1962 £1,750
US$ 2,941
€2,123
97 A silver four-piece tea service, in the 18th century manner by Heming & Co. Ltd, London 1932 / 1935 (4) £1,250
US$ 2,101
€1,516
98 A silver basket by E Viner, Sheffield 1945 and other items (Qty) £812
US$ 1,365
€985
99 A silver salver by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1920 and other items (9) £675
US$ 1,134
€818
100 A silver shaped-circular salver by E Viner, Sheffield 1932 £687
US$ 1,155
€834
101 A silver bowl by Manoah Rhodes & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1928 and other silver items £850
US$ 1,428
€1,031
102 A pair of Art Deco silver cafe au lait pots by J.B Chatterly & Sons, Birmingham 1930; together with a three-piece tea service in the George III-style and a two-handled comport (6) £812
US$ 1,365
€985
103 A large silver tray by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1937 £2,125
US$ 3,571
€2,577
104 A pierced silver fruit dish by Adie Bros Ltd Birmingham 1948; together with a small salver, a waiter, a pair of candlesticks and a toast-rack (6) £725
US$ 1,218
€879
105 A silver tankard with later added pouring lip with cancelled marks and stamped with London Assay Office incuse mark and case number, LAO 8933 £625
US$ 1,050
€758
107 A silver presentation trophy by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1920 (4) £1,000
US$ 1,680
€1,213
108 Four varying silver two-handled presentation cups (4) £750
US$ 1,260
€909
109 A silver cased timepiece case by Walker & Hall, Birmingham, date letter rubbed, probably 1928 £562
US$ 945
€682
110 A pair of silver candlesticks by A & J Zimmerman Ltd, Birmingham 1924 together with a quantity of Dutch silver and other items (Qty) £1,687
US$ 2,836
€2,047
110A A silver trophy cup and cover by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1934 £1,625
US$ 2,731
€1,971
111 A silver inkstand by Carrington & Co, London 1923 £937
US$ 1,575
€1,137
112 A cased silver four-piece tea and coffee service by Adie Bros, Birmingham 1950 / 51 (5) £937
US$ 1,575
€1,137
113 A silver rose bowl by James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1924 £650
US$ 1,092
€788
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