The Oxford Fine Sale

14 Apr 2015, starting at 10:00 BST with lot 1.
15 Apr 2015, starting at 10:00 BST with lot 422.

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A William IV silver fiddle pattern soup ladle London 1837, makers mark unclear, length 35cm, a pair of similar Victorian silver sauce ladles, by John & Henry Lias, London 1844, a George III silver ogee pepperette by R Peaston, London 1774, height 13.5cm, a pair of George III silver cauldron salt cellars, by Samuel Meritson, London 1762, with gadroon rims and a George III silver mustard pot, by I K & Co, Sheffield 1813, blue glass liners, and a silver salt spoon, weight combined 24oz.

A pair of George III style silver helmet sauce boats by Thomas Ducrow & Sons, Birmingham 1946, by Thomas Ducrow & Sons, Birmingham 1946 With gadroon borders, on shell headed hoof feet, another similar by Wier, Glasgow 1903, with cut edge, a Danish style long handled silver spoon, London 1979, weight combined 24ozs, also a pair of late Victorian oval electroplate bead edge entree dishes and an electroplate ice bucket.

A three piece silver coffee service by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1939, Octagonal tapering form, blondwood handle and lifts, coffe pot, water jug and sugar basin, coffee pot 20cm, weight of weighable silver 37oz.

A silver mounted cut glass spirit decanter by Mappin & Webb, London 1961, Together with a silver bottle tag enamelled 'Scotch', Birmingham 1968, a large silver engine turned cigarette case, Birmingham 1933, and a cedar lined cigarette box with presentation inscription, Birmingham 1964, 16 x 12cm.

A canteen of silver 'Marie' pattern cutlery by Garrard & Co, London 1962, 63, 64 & 67, comprising:- 6 soup spoons, 6 dessert spoons, 6 supper forks, 6 dinner forks, 4 serving spoons, 2 sauce ladles, sugar tongs, 2 butter knives, 13 cake forks, 12 teaspoons, 6 supper knives, 6 dinner knives, weight of weighable silver 76oz.

A good set of twelve George III Kings pattern dinner forks, by Eley & Fearne, London, 1818/1819, together with a set of twelve George III Kings pattern teaspoons by Josiah & George Piercy, London 1814, weight of weighable silver 53oz. (24)

An Art Nouveau three piece silver tea service by T Wilkinson, Birmingham 1904, Of bulbous angular square form, comprising teapot, sugar basin and milk jug, height of teapot 16cm, two shaped circular silver waiters, both inscribed, with remaining silver wares, weight combined 58oz.

A George IV silver teapot by Richard Pearce, London 1821, Of oval form, with flowerhead, leaf scroll and shell borders and bands of curved lobes and flutes, raised on flowerhead, leaf scroll and claw feet, engraved with a crest and monogram, height 17cm, a set of six George III Scottish silver tablespoons, by Patrick Robertson, Edinburgh 1788, of Old English pattern and a pair of silver helmet shape sauce boats, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1940, with gadroon borders, weight combined 43oz. (9)

A silver jewellery box, makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1911, In the form of a serpentine fronted cabinet, the hinged top enclosing a velvet lined interior, raised on cabriole legs, 9cm, a silver sovereign case, an Art Nouveau silver box and cover by Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1904, height 6.5cm, six George III/IV silver teaspoons, with remaining silver wares, weight of weighable silver 12oz.

A George III silver chamber candlestick by Edward Wakelin, London 1762, The shaped circular base with gadroon edge, shell decorated scroll handle, spool shape sconce with detachable nozzle and snuffing hood, scratch weight 13=13, 16.5cm across.

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