An Edwardian silver gilt bowl by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1905; together with a quantity of other items  (29)
Lot 334
An Edwardian silver gilt bowl by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1905; together with a quantity of other items (29)
Sold for £937 (US$ 1,568) inc. premium
Lot Details
An Edwardian silver gilt bowl
by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1905
Circular form with inverted-lobed sides, engraved with Masonic presentation inscription and raised on a central circular foot, diameter 21.8cm; together with a small bowl, London 1900, plain with flying scroll handles, diameter 11.5, two Armada dishes, London 1973, plain, diameter 14.5cm, a sugar bowl, Birmingham 1903, wavy rims and raised on three pad feet, diameter 7.8cm, a milk jug, Birmingham 1908, reeded rims and scroll handles, a small Russian kiddush cup, Moscow 1882, Engraved cylindrical form with knop stem, height 9cm, a napkin ring, London 1898, bright engraved with birds among foliate, six Fiddle pattern soup spoons, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1909, three Fiddle pattern teaspoons, two, Glasgow 1832, one, Dublin 1882, a pair of Victorian sugar tongs, a mustard spoon, London 1852, an Irish fish slice, Dublin 1825, three fruit knives with silver blades, Birmingham 1939 and six similar plated pairs, weight of weighable silver 60oz. (29)
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