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Auction Description for Adam's: At Home February 26th 2017
Buyers - Conditions of Sale:
GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS
The Auctioneer carries on business on the following terms and conditions and on such other terms or conditions as may be expressly agreed with the Auctioneer or set out in any relevant Catalogue. Conditions 12-21 relate mainly to buyers and conditions 22-32 relate mainly to sellers. Words and phrases with special meanings are defined in condition 1. Buyers and sellers are requested to read carefully the Cataloguing Practice and Catalogue Explanation contained in condition 2.

DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL CONDITIONS

DEFINITIONS
1. In these conditions the following words and expressions shall have the following meanings:
'Auctioneer' - James Adam and Sons trading as Adams.
'Auctioneer's Commission' - The commission payable to the Auctioneer by the buyer and seller as specified in conditions 13 and 25.
'Catalogue' - Any advertisement, brochure, estimate, price or other publication.
'Forgery' - A Lot which was made with the intention of deceiving with regard to authorship, culture, source, origin, date, age or period and which is not shown to be such in the description therefore in the Catalogue and the market value for which at the date of the auction was substantially less than it would have been had the Lot been in accordance with the Catalogue description.
'Hammer Price' - The price at which a Lot is knocked down by the Auctioneer to the buyer.
'Lot' - Any item which is deposited with the Auctioneer with a view to its sale at auction and, in particular, the item or items described against any Lot number in any Catalogue.
'Proceeds of Sale' - The net amount due to the seller being the Hammer Price of the Lot after deducting the Auctioneer's Commission thereon under condition 25 the seller's contribution towards insurance under condition 26, such VAT as is chargeable and any other amounts due by the seller to the Auctioneer in whatever capacity howsoever arising.
'Registration Form or Register' - The registration form (or, in the case of persons who have previously attended at auctions held by the Auctioneer and completed registration forms, the register maintained by the Auctioneer which is compiled from such registration forms) to be completed and signed by each prospective buyer or, where the Auctioneer has acknowledged pursuant to condition 12 that a bidder is acting as agent on behalf of a named principal, each such bidder prior to the commencement of an auction.
' Sale Order Form' - The sale order form to be completed and signed by each seller prior to the commencement of an auction.
'Total Amount Due' - The Hammer Price of the Lot sold, the Auctioneer's Commission due thereon under condition 13, such VAT as is chargeable and any additional interest, expenses or charges due hereunder.
'V.A.T.' - Value Added Tax.

Cataloguing Practice & Catalogue Explanations
2. Terms used in Catalogues have the following meanings and the Cataloguing Practice is as follows:
'The first name or names and surname of the artist' - In the opinion of the Auctioneer a work by the artist.
'The initials of the first name(s) and the surname of the artist' - In the opinion of the Auctioneer a work of the period of the artist and which may be in whole or in part the work of the artist.
'The surname only of the artist' - In the opinion of the Auctioneer a work of the school or by one of the followers of the artist or in his style.
'The surname of the artist preceded by 'after' - In the opinion of the Auctioneer a copy of the work of the artist.
'Signed'/'Dated'/'Inscribed' In the opinion of tile Auctioneer the work has been signed/dated/inscribed by the artist.
'With Signature'/'with date'/'with inscription' - In the opinion of the Auctioneer the work has been signed/dated/inscribed by a person other than the artist.
'Attributed to' - In the opinion of the Auctioneer probably a work of the artist.
'Studio of/Workshop of' - In the opinion of the Auctioneer a work executed in the studio of the artist and possibly under his supervision.
'Circle of' - In the opinion of the Auctioneer a work of the period of the artist and showing his influence.
'Follower of' - In the opinion of the Auctioneer a work executed in the artist's style yet not necessarily by a pupil.
'Manner of' - in the opinion of the Auctioneer a work executed in artist's style but of a later date.
None of the terms above are appropriate but in the Auctioneer's opinion the work is a work by the artist named.

GENERAL CONDITIONS

Auctioneer Acting as Agent
3. The Auctioneer is selling as agent for the seller unless it is specifically stated to the contrary. The Auctioneer as agent for the seller is not responsible for any default by the seller or the buyer. The auctioneer reserves the right to bid on behalf of the seller.

Auctioneer Bidding on behalf of Buyer
4. It is suggested that the interests of prospective buyers are best protected and served by the buyers attending at an auction. However, the Auctioneer will, if instructed, execute bids on behalf of a prospective buyer. Neither the Auctioneer nor its employees, servants or agents shall be responsible for any neglect or default in executing bids or failing to execute bids.

Admission to Auctions
5. The Auctioneer shall have the right exercisable in its absolute discretion to refuse admission to its premises or attendance at its auctions by any person.

Acceptance of Bids
6. The Auctioneer shall have the right exercisable in its absolute discretion to refuse any bids, advance the bidding in any manner it may decide, withdraw or divide any Lot, combine any two or more Lots and, in the case of a dispute, to put any Lot up for auction again.

Indemnities
7. Any indemnity given under these conditions shall extend to all actions, proceedings, claims, demands, costs and expenses whatever and howsoever incurred or suffered by the person entitled to the benefit of the indemnity and the Auctioneer declares itself to be a trustee of the benefit of every such indemnity for its employees, servants or agents to the extent that such indemnity is expressed to be for their benefit.

Representations in Catalogues
8. Representations or statements made by the Auctioneer in any Catalogue as to contribution, authorship, genuineness, source, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price or value is a statement of opinion only. Neither the Auctioneer nor its employees, servants or agents shall be responsible for the accuracy of any such opinions. Every person interested in a Lot must exercise and rely on their own judgment and opinion as to such matters.

9. The headings of the conditions herein contained are inserted for convenience of reference only and are not intended to be part of, or to effect, the meaning or interpretation thereof.

Governing Law
10. These conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Irish Law.

Notices
11. Any notice or other communication required to be given by the Auctioneer hereunder to a buyer or a seller shall, where required, be in writing and shall be sufficiently given if delivered by hand or sent by post to, in the case of the buyer, the address of the buyer specified in the Registration Form or Register, and in the case of the seller, the address of the seller specified in the Sale Order Form or to such other address as the buyer or seller (as appropriate) may notify the Auctioneer in writing. Every notice or communication given in accordance with this condition shall be deemed to have been received if delivered by hand on the day and time of delivery and if delivered by post three (3) business days after posting.


CONDITIONS WHICH MAINLY CONCERN THE BUYER

The Buyer
12. The buyer shall be the highest bidder acceptable to the Auctioneer who buys at the Hammer Price. Any dispute which may arise with regard to bidding or the acceptance of bids shall be settled by the Auctioneer. Every bidder shall be deemed to act as principal unless the Auctioneer has prior to the auction, acknowledged in writing that a bidder is acting as agent on behalf of a named principal.

The Commission
13. The buyer shall pay the Auctioneer a commission at the rate of 20% of the Hammer Price, exclusive of VAT at the applicable rate on all individual lots.

Payment
14. Unless credit terms have been agreed with the Auctioneer before the auction the buyer of a Lot shall pay to the Auctioneer within (2) days from the date of the auction the Total Amount Due. Notwithstanding this, the Auctioneer may, in its sole discretion, require a buyer to pay a deposit of 25% of the Total Amount Due at the conclusion of the auction.
The Auctioneer may apply any payments received by a buyer towards any sums owing from that buyer to the Auctioneer on any account whatever regardless of any directions of the buyer or his agent in that regard whether express or implied.
The Auctioneer shall only accept payment from successful bidders in cash, draft in Euro or by the bidder's own cheque drawn on an Irish bank account vouched to the satisfaction of the Auctioneer. Cheques drawn by third parties, whether in the Auctioneer's favour or requiring endorsement, shall not be accepted. We also accept payment by credit card, Visa & Mastercard subject to a administration charge of 1.5% of the total amount due. American Expess 3.65% administration charge. We also accept debit card payments by way of Laser, with no surcharge, however the cardholder in person can only make the payment.

Reservation of Title
15. Notwithstanding delivery or passing of risk to the buyer the ownership of a Lot shall not pass to the buyer until he has paid to the Auctioneer the Total Amount Due.

Collection of Purchases
16. The buyer shall at his own expense collect the Lot purchased not later than seven (2) days after the date of the auction but (unless credit terms have been agreed with the Auctioneer pursuant to condition 14) not before payment to the Auctioneer of the Total Amount Due.
The buyer shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges in respect of any Lot which is not taken away within seven (2) days after the date of the auction.
The purchased Lot shall be at the buyer's risk in all respects from the earlier of the time of collection or the expiry of (2) days from the date of the auction. Neither the Auctioneer nor its employees, servants or agents shall thereafter be liable for any loss or damage of any kind howsoever caused while a purchased Lot remains in its custody or control after such time.

Packaging and Handling of Purchased Lots
17. Purchased Lots may be packed and handled by the Auctioneer, its employees, servants or agents. Where this is done it is undertaken solely as a courtesy to buyers and at the discretion of the Auctioneer. Under no circumstances shall the Auctioneer, its employees, servants or agents be liable for damage of any kind and howsoever caused to glass or frames nor shall the Auctioneer be liable for the errors or omissions of, or for any damage caused by, any packers or shippers which the Auctioneer has recommended.

Non-Payment or Failure to Collect Purchased Lots
18. If a buyer fails to pay for and/or collect any purchased Lot by the dates herein specified for payment and collection the Auctioneer shall, in its absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights or remedies it may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies without further notice to the buyer:
(a) To issue court proceedings for damages for breach of contract;
(b) To rescind the sale of that Lot or any other Lots sold to the buyer whether at that or at any other auction;
(c) To resell the Lot or cause it to be resold whether by public auction or private sale. In the event that there is a deficiency between the Total Amount Due by the buyer and the amount received by the Auctioneer on such resale after deduction of any necessary expenses the difference shall be paid to the Auctioneer by the buyer. Any surplus arising shall belong to the seller;
(d) To store (whether at the Auctioneer's premises or elsewhere) and insure the purchased Lot at the expense of the buyer;
(e) To charge interest on the Total Amount Due at the rate of 2% over and above the base rate from time to time of Bank of Ireland or if there be no such rate, the nearest equivalent thereto as determined by the Auctioneer in its absolute discretion from the date on which payment is due hereunder to the date of actual payment;
(f) To retain that Lot or any other Lot purchased by the buyer whether
at the same or any other auction and release same to the buyer only after payment to the Auctioneer of the Total Amount Due;
(g) To apply any sums which the Auctioneer received in respect of Lots being sold by the buyer towards settlement of the Total Amount Due.
(h) To exercise a lien on any property of the buyer in the possession of the Auctioneer or whatever reason.

Liability of Auctioneer and Seller
19. Prior to auction ample opportunity is given for the inspection of the Lots on sale and each buyer by making a bid acknowledges that he has, by exercising and relying on his own judgment, satisfied himself as to the physical condition, age and Catalogue description of each Lot (including but not restricted to whether the Lot is damaged or has been repaired or restored). All Lots are sold with all faults and imperfections and errors of description. None of the seller, the Auctioneer nor any of their employees, servants or agents shall be responsible for any error of description or for the condition or authenticity of any Lot. No warranty whatsoever is given by the seller or Auctioneer or by any of their employees, servants or agents in respect of any Lot and any condition or warranty express, or implied by statute or otherwise is hereby specifically excluded.

Forgeries
20. Any amount paid by a buyer in respect of a Lot which, if it is proved within three (3) years of the date of the auction at which it was purchased, to have been a Forgery shall be refunded to the seller subject to the provisions hereof, provided that:
(a) The Lot has been returned by the buyer to the Auctioneer within three (3) years of the date of the auction in the same condition in which it was at the time of the auction together with evidence proving that it is a Forgery, the number of the Lot and the date of the auction at which it was purchased;
(b) The Auctioneer is satisfied that the Lot is a Forgery and that the buyer has and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the Lot free from any third party claims;


FURTHER PROVIDED THAT the buyer shall have no rights hereunder if:
(i) The description of the Lot in the Catalogue at the time of the auction was in accordance with the then generally accepted opinion of scholars or experts or fairly indicated that there was a conflict of such opinion;
(ii) The only method of establishing at the time of the auction in question that the Lot was a Forgery would have been by means of scientific processes which were not generally accepted for use until after the date of the auction or which were unreasonably expensive or impractical.
The buyer's sole entitlement under this condition is to a refund of the actual amount paid by him in respect of the Lot. Under no circumstances shall the Auctioneer be liable for any damage, loss (including consequential, indirect or economic loss) or expense suffered or incurred by the buyer by reason of the Lot being a Forgery.
The benefit of this condition shall be solely and exclusively for the buyer and shall not be assignable. The buyer shall for the purpose of this condition be the person to whom the original invoice in respect of the sale of the Lot is made.

Photographs
21. The buyer authorises the Auctioneer at any time to make use of any photographs or illustrations of the Lot purchased by the buyer for such purposes as the Auctioneer may require.
22. New VAT Regulations
22a) All lots are sold within the Auctioneer's VAT margin scheme. Revenue Regulations require that the buyers premium must be invoiced at a rate which is inclusive of VAT. This VAT is not recoverable by any VAT registered buyer.


Auctioneer's Right to Photographs and Illustrations
33. The seller authorises the Auctioneer to photograph and illustrate any Lot placed with if for sale and further authorises the Auctioneer to use such photographs and illustrations and any photographs and illustrations provided by the seller at any time in its absolute discretion (whether or not in connection with the auction).

VAT
34. It is presumed unless stated to the contrary, that the items listed herein are auction scheme goods as defined in the Finance Act 1995.


We recommend you read Important Information for Purchasers as detailed in the front of your sale catalogue which should be read in conjunction with our conditions of sale.

Please refer to our web site www.adams.ie for a full listing of our conditions of sale for both buyer and seller.
Shipping Terms:
Auction House will help arrange shipment, at buyer's expense, all such requests are outsourced to recommended third parties.
Shipping Terms:
Auction House will help arrange shipment, at buyer's expense, all such requests are outsourced to recommended third parties.
Shipping Terms:
Auction House will help arrange shipment, at buyer's expense, all such requests are outsourced to recommended third parties.
Shipping Terms:
Auction House will help arrange shipment, at buyer's expense, all such requests are outsourced to recommended third parties.
Representations in Catalogues:
Representations or statements made by the Auctioneer in any Catalogue as to contribution, authorship, genuineness, source, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price or value is a statement of opinion only. Neither the Auctioneer nor its employees, servants or agents shall be responsible for the accuracy of any such opinions. Every person interested in a Lot must exercise and rely on their own judgment and opinion as to such matters.
The headings of the conditions herein contained are inserted for convenience of reference only and are not intended to be part of, or to effect, the meaning or interpretation thereof.
The Commission:
The buyer shall pay the Auctioneer a commission at the rate of 20% of the Hammer Price, exclusive of VAT at the applicable rate on all individual lots.
Payment:
The Auctioneer shall only accept payment from successful bidders in cash, draft in Euro or by the bidder's own cheque drawn on an Irish bank account vouched to the satisfaction of the Auctioneer. Cheques drawn by third parties, whether in the Auctioneer's favour or requiring endorsement, shall not be accepted. We also accept payment by credit card, Visa & Mastercard subject to a administration charge of 1.5% of the total amount due. American Expess 3.65% administration charge. We also accept debit card payments by way of Laser, with no surcharge, however the cardholder in person can only make the payment.
VAT:
It is presumed unless stated to the contrary, that the items listed herein are auction scheme goods as defined in the Finance Act 1995. (Current VAT rate in Ireland is 23%).

At Home February 26th 2017 (343 Lots)

by Adam's

February 26, 2017, 11:00 AM GMT

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Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland

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A GEORGE III SILVER ENTREE DISH, London 1814, maker's mark of John Houle, of rectangular form, the domed cover surmounted with leaf cast handle, engraved with crest, fitted with inner liner, the base with band of scrolling foliage, on acanthus capped

Estimate: €1,500 - €2,500

Description: A GEORGE III SILVER ENTREE DISH, London 1814, maker's mark of John Houle, of rectangular form, the domed cover surmounted with leaf cast handle, engraved with crest, fitted with inner liner, the base with band of scrolling foliage, on acanthus capped scroll feet. (c.4043.5g)

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A GEORGIAN REVIVAL SILVER SALVER, London 1892, maker's mark of Thomas Bradbury & Sons, of shaped circular form, with gadroon rim and claw and ball feet (c.560oz). 25.5cm diameter

Estimate: €250 - €350

Description: A GEORGIAN REVIVAL SILVER SALVER, London 1892, maker's mark of Thomas Bradbury & Sons, of shaped circular form, with gadroon rim and claw and ball feet (c.560oz). 25.5cm diameter

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A REGENCY SILVER HOT WATER POT, London 1816, maker's mark of William Burwash, of ovoid form, with ebon handle, the body partially fluted, with gadroon border and stylised serpent mounts, on waisted circular foot (c.870g)

Estimate: €300 - €500

Description: A REGENCY SILVER HOT WATER POT, London 1816, maker's mark of William Burwash, of ovoid form, with ebon handle, the body partially fluted, with gadroon border and stylised serpent mounts, on waisted circular foot (c.870g)

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A VICTORIAN SILVER STEM CUP, London 1889, maker's mark of William Hutton & Sons, the cup with Wyvern fluting dividing panels of Rococo Revival embossed foliate decoration to an orange peel ground, the stem with beaded knop and corresponding beaded sp

Estimate: €150 - €250

Description: A VICTORIAN SILVER STEM CUP, London 1889, maker's mark of William Hutton & Sons, the cup with Wyvern fluting dividing panels of Rococo Revival embossed foliate decoration to an orange peel ground, the stem with beaded knop and corresponding beaded spreading circular foot inscribed Presented by Matthew Flanagan For The Best Registered Roscommon Ram At Roscommon County Agricultural Shows 1901, (c.311g). 24.5cm high, 10cm diameter

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A SILVER PRESENTATION SALVER, Sheffield 1958, mark of Viner's Ltd, of shaped circular form, with raised border, on three scroll feet, the reserve inscribed 'Presented to Mr J.H. Richardson by the Directors and Staff of John Power & Son Ltd., in recog

Estimate: €200 - €300

Description: A SILVER PRESENTATION SALVER, Sheffield 1958, mark of Viner's Ltd, of shaped circular form, with raised border, on three scroll feet, the reserve inscribed 'Presented to Mr J.H. Richardson by the Directors and Staff of John Power & Son Ltd., in recognition of his outstanding service to the firm 1913 - 1959', (c.497.7g). 26cm diameter

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A LARGE VICTORIAN SILVER PRESENTATION MONTEITH, London 1899, maker's mark of Charles Stuart Harris, the wavy raised cast figural rim surmounted at intervals by heads of putti within chased and engraved scrolling decoration, over a beaded and ribbed b

Estimate: €1,500 - €2,500

Description: A LARGE VICTORIAN SILVER PRESENTATION MONTEITH, London 1899, maker's mark of Charles Stuart Harris, the wavy raised cast figural rim surmounted at intervals by heads of putti within chased and engraved scrolling decoration, over a beaded and ribbed bowl applied with central feathered cartouche and bold cast lion mask ring handles to either side, raised on spreading gadrooned circular base, the cartouche inscribed Royal Dublin Society Sheep Show Challenge Cup For The Best Three Shearling Rams In The Roscommon Classes Bred and Owned By An Exhibitor President in Ireland, the bowl also bearing inscriptions to the underside Won By 1913 George R. Acheson, won By 1919 George R. Acheson, Won By 1920 George R. Acheson, (c.2,301.6g). 24.5cm high, 28cm diameter

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AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE HANDLE TROPHY CUP, London 1904, maker's mark of Josiah Williams & Co., of plain design, inscribed Royal Dublin Society Sheep Show, For The Best Three Shearing Rams In The Roscommon Classes bred and owned By an Irish Exhibit

Estimate: €500 - €700

Description: AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE HANDLE TROPHY CUP, London 1904, maker's mark of Josiah Williams & Co., of plain design, inscribed Royal Dublin Society Sheep Show, For The Best Three Shearing Rams In The Roscommon Classes bred and owned By an Irish Exhibitor, on spreading circular base, (c.964g). 22cm high, 21cm wide over handle

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A LARGE IRISH SILVER PRESENTATION SALVER, Dublin 1926, mark of West & Son, of shaped circular form, with raised shell and scroll border, raised on four scroll feet, the reserve inscribed 'To James Richardson From his Friends at John's Lane Distillery

Estimate: €1,000 - €1,500

Description: A LARGE IRISH SILVER PRESENTATION SALVER, Dublin 1926, mark of West & Son, of shaped circular form, with raised shell and scroll border, raised on four scroll feet, the reserve inscribed 'To James Richardson From his Friends at John's Lane Distillery on the Occasion of his Marriage 29th October 1927' and further inscribed with signatures, (c.2,053g). 44.5cm diameter

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A MODERN FOUR PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, Birmingham 1937, maker's mark of Elkington & Co. Ltd, comprising tea pot, hot water pot, cream jug and sugar bowl, each of octagonal form, with in-turned canted corners, and engraved with corresponding initials

Estimate: €400 - €600

Description: A MODERN FOUR PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, Birmingham 1937, maker's mark of Elkington & Co. Ltd, comprising tea pot, hot water pot, cream jug and sugar bowl, each of octagonal form, with in-turned canted corners, and engraved with corresponding initials, the tea and hot water pots each applied with domed hinged lid, ebon handle and finial, (c.1679.5g all in). The teapot 9.5cm high, 26cm wide over handle and spout; together with a silver plated serving tray in the Celtic Revival taste, also engraved with corresponding initials and dedication verso From the Staff to Bob on the occasion of his wedding, September 1937. (5)

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A COLLECTION OF SILVER ITEMS, comprising a pair of Georgian Revival sauce boats, Sheffield; a pair of trencher salts, Sheffield, with foliate cast borders; and a pair of George III silver salt cellars, of circular form, London, on shell capped scroll

Estimate: €300 - €500

Description: A COLLECTION OF SILVER ITEMS, comprising a pair of Georgian Revival sauce boats, Sheffield; a pair of trencher salts, Sheffield, with foliate cast borders; and a pair of George III silver salt cellars, of circular form, London, on shell capped scroll supports and pad feet (c.311g)

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A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER COFFEE POT, Dublin 1795, maker's mark of John Lloyd, of circular baluster form, the hinged dome lid with spiral finial and gadroon rim, having timber handle and cast spout, engraved with a crest and motto 'Fidus et Audax', a

Estimate: €800 - €1,200

Description: A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER COFFEE POT, Dublin 1795, maker's mark of John Lloyd, of circular baluster form, the hinged dome lid with spiral finial and gadroon rim, having timber handle and cast spout, engraved with a crest and motto 'Fidus et Audax', and raised on spreading foot (c.1,057g including handle). 30.6cm high

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A SET OF TEN GEORGE III STYLE IRISH BRIGHT CUT SILVER TAPERING HANDLE FRUIT SPOONS, Dublin 1907, retailed by Weir & Sons. (c.256g)

Estimate: €100 - €200

Description: A SET OF TEN GEORGE III STYLE IRISH BRIGHT CUT SILVER TAPERING HANDLE FRUIT SPOONS, Dublin 1907, retailed by Weir & Sons. (c.256g)

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A SET OF ELEVEN VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE SPOONS, London 1907, maker's mark of Josiah Williams & Co (George Maudsley Jackson & David Landsborough Fullerton) (c.750g)

Estimate: €500 - €700

Description: A SET OF ELEVEN VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE SPOONS, London 1907, maker's mark of Josiah Williams & Co (George Maudsley Jackson & David Landsborough Fullerton) (c.750g)

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AN IRISH GEORGE III BRIGHT CUT SILVER TEASPOON by William Teulon c. 1795; together with a fiddle pattern teaspoon by Carden Terry and Jane Williams and a bright cut mustard spoon, possibly John Warner, Cork, stamped sterling.

Estimate: €100 - €200

Description: AN IRISH GEORGE III BRIGHT CUT SILVER TEASPOON by William Teulon c. 1795; together with a fiddle pattern teaspoon by Carden Terry and Jane Williams and a bright cut mustard spoon, possibly John Warner, Cork, stamped sterling.

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A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE III POINTED HANDLE BRIGHT CUT SILVER DESSERT SPOONS, Limerick c.1780,  maker's mark of Patrick Connell (c.50g).

Estimate: €300 - €400

Description: A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE III POINTED HANDLE BRIGHT CUT SILVER DESSERT SPOONS, Limerick c.1780, maker's mark of Patrick Connell (c.50g).

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A SET OF EIGHTEEN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER POINTED HANDLE TABLESPOONS, Dublin 1794, makers mark of John Dalrymple, with bright cut tapering handles; together with a similar example, Dublin 1790, maker's mark of John Pittar (c. 1,259.7g)

Estimate: €1,000 - €1,500

Description: A SET OF EIGHTEEN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER POINTED HANDLE TABLESPOONS, Dublin 1794, makers mark of John Dalrymple, with bright cut tapering handles; together with a similar example, Dublin 1790, maker's mark of John Pittar (c. 1,259.7g)

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A MATCHED SET OF TWELVE GEORGIAN IRISH SILVER POINTED HANDLED FORKS, of various dates and makers, with bright cut tapering handles (c. 653.2g)

Estimate: €400 - €600

Description: A MATCHED SET OF TWELVE GEORGIAN IRISH SILVER POINTED HANDLED FORKS, of various dates and makers, with bright cut tapering handles (c. 653.2g)

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A SET OF TWELVE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TABLE FORKS, 1909, maker's mark of Shreve & Co., in the Shreve & Co. 'Adam Pattern', the handles terminating with neoclassical decoration and cartouches, some vacant, others with crests; together with a desser

Estimate: €300 - €500

Description: A SET OF TWELVE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TABLE FORKS, 1909, maker's mark of Shreve & Co., in the Shreve & Co. 'Adam Pattern', the handles terminating with neoclassical decoration and cartouches, some vacant, others with crests; together with a dessert fork example (c. 777.6g) (13)

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A SET OF SIX AMERICAN STERLING SILVER HANDLE TABLE KNIVES, c.1909, the handles stamped 'STERLING' and terminating in neo-classical decoration in relief, the steel blades stamped 'Streve & Co.'; together with two dessert knives  of the same pattern (c

Estimate: €200 - €400

Description: A SET OF SIX AMERICAN STERLING SILVER HANDLE TABLE KNIVES, c.1909, the handles stamped 'STERLING' and terminating in neo-classical decoration in relief, the steel blades stamped 'Streve & Co.'; together with two dessert knives of the same pattern (c. 560g including steel blades) (8)

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A MATCHED SET OF TWELVE IRISH GEORGIAN SILVER POINTED HANDLE DESSERT FORKS, the tapering handles decorated with bright cut engraving (c. 388.8g)

Estimate: €250 - €350

Description: A MATCHED SET OF TWELVE IRISH GEORGIAN SILVER POINTED HANDLE DESSERT FORKS, the tapering handles decorated with bright cut engraving (c. 388.8g)

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AN IRISH GEORGE III HOOK BACK SERVING SPOON, Dublin 1751, maker's mark of John Pittar, the plain tapering handle terminating in a crest; together with a George III Old English silver serving spoon, London 1811, maker's mark of Alice & George Burrows

Estimate: €400 - €600

Description: AN IRISH GEORGE III HOOK BACK SERVING SPOON, Dublin 1751, maker's mark of John Pittar, the plain tapering handle terminating in a crest; together with a George III Old English silver serving spoon, London 1811, maker's mark of Alice & George Burrows II (c.223.3g in all). 27.5 cm long & 30.5cm long

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A RARE WILLIAM III BRITANNIA STANDARD SILVER TREFID TABLE SPOON, London 1698, maker's mark of Benjamin Watts, with rat tail bowl, the tapered handle terminating in a boar crest (c.60g). 19cm long

Estimate: €400 - €600

Description: A RARE WILLIAM III BRITANNIA STANDARD SILVER TREFID TABLE SPOON, London 1698, maker's mark of Benjamin Watts, with rat tail bowl, the tapered handle terminating in a boar crest (c.60g). 19cm long

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A SET OF SIX AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS, 1909, maker's mark of Shreve & Co. and stamped 'Shreve & Co. Sterling' in the 'Adam pattern', the handle terminating with Neo-classical decoration and cartouche containing crest; together with eight

Estimate: €300 - €400

Description: A SET OF SIX AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS, 1909, maker's mark of Shreve & Co. and stamped 'Shreve & Co. Sterling' in the 'Adam pattern', the handle terminating with Neo-classical decoration and cartouche containing crest; together with eight American sterling silver gumbo spoons of the same suite (c.544.3g) (14)

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A SET OF TWELVE IRISH GEORGE III SILVER DESSERT KNIVES, Dublin (lacking date mark), maker's mark of Richard Sawyer, each handle engraved with crest (c. 653g including blades)

Estimate: €300 - €500

Description: A SET OF TWELVE IRISH GEORGE III SILVER DESSERT KNIVES, Dublin (lacking date mark), maker's mark of Richard Sawyer, each handle engraved with crest (c. 653g including blades)

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A MATCHED SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III IRISH SILVER POINTED HANDLE DESSERT SPOONS, of various dates and makers, the tapered handle decorated with bright cut engraving (c.342g)

Estimate: €300 - €500

Description: A MATCHED SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III IRISH SILVER POINTED HANDLE DESSERT SPOONS, of various dates and makers, the tapered handle decorated with bright cut engraving (c.342g)

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A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS, Dublin 1780, maker's mark of John Pittar, the tapering handle terminal crested (c.155.5g)

Estimate: €200 - €300

Description: A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS, Dublin 1780, maker's mark of John Pittar, the tapering handle terminal crested (c.155.5g)

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AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER HOOK BACK SOUP LADLE, Dublin 1763, maker's mark of Joseph Cullen, with scallop shell bowl, the tapering handle terminating with crest (c. 217.7g). 33.5cm long

Estimate: €200 - €400

Description: AN IRISH GEORGE III SILVER HOOK BACK SOUP LADLE, Dublin 1763, maker's mark of Joseph Cullen, with scallop shell bowl, the tapering handle terminating with crest (c. 217.7g). 33.5cm long

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A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE III BRIGHT CUT SILVER MUSTARD SPOONS, Limerick, maker's mark of Thomas Burke (c.14g).

Estimate: €150 - €250

Description: A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE III BRIGHT CUT SILVER MUSTARD SPOONS, Limerick, maker's mark of Thomas Burke (c.14g).

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AN IRISH PROVINCIAL SILVER POINT HANDLE DESSERT SPOON, Cork c.1770, makers mark of John Nicholson the plain tapered handle terminating with unicorn crest, struck 'IN' and 'STERLING' to the reverse c.18cm long; together with a pair of Queen's pattern

Estimate: €200 - €400

Description: AN IRISH PROVINCIAL SILVER POINT HANDLE DESSERT SPOON, Cork c.1770, makers mark of John Nicholson the plain tapered handle terminating with unicorn crest, struck 'IN' and 'STERLING' to the reverse c.18cm long; together with a pair of Queen's pattern sauce ladles, Sheffield 1957, maker's mark of Walker & Hall; another queen's pattern sauce ladle, London 1834, maker's mark of John James Whiting (c.249g in all). (4)

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A PAIR OF GEORGE IV IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SERVING SPOONS, Dublin 1829, makers mark probably that of Richard Garde (marks rubbed), of simple form, each with crested handle (c. 155.5g). c.24cm long

Estimate: €200 - €400

Description: A PAIR OF GEORGE IV IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SERVING SPOONS, Dublin 1829, makers mark probably that of Richard Garde (marks rubbed), of simple form, each with crested handle (c. 155.5g). c.24cm long

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A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE III STYLE BRIGHT CUT SILVER SAUCE LADLES, Dublin 1904, of taper handle design; together with a collection of eight assorted silver spoons (c.217.7g). (10)

Estimate: €120 - €180

Description: A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE III STYLE BRIGHT CUT SILVER SAUCE LADLES, Dublin 1904, of taper handle design; together with a collection of eight assorted silver spoons (c.217.7g). (10)

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A SET OF SIX IRISH GEORGE III SILVER TAPER HANDLE TABLE FORKS, Dublin 1820, maker's mark of John Osborne, (c.342g). Each 20cm long. (6)

Estimate: €200 - €300

Description: A SET OF SIX IRISH GEORGE III SILVER TAPER HANDLE TABLE FORKS, Dublin 1820, maker's mark of John Osborne, (c.342g). Each 20cm long. (6)

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A SET OF SIX IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin 1884, maker's mark of John Smith, each engraved with initials; together with a set of six silver taper handle teaspoons, London 1896, mark of Josiah Williams & Co., also engraved with initial

Estimate: €120 - €180

Description: A SET OF SIX IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin 1884, maker's mark of John Smith, each engraved with initials; together with a set of six silver taper handle teaspoons, London 1896, mark of Josiah Williams & Co., also engraved with initials; and two silver fish knives, (c.280g all in). (14)

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A SET OF TWELVE SILVER PISTOL HANDLE DINNER KNIVES, Sheffield 1905, maker's mark of Harrison Brothers & Hawson, with stainless steel blades

Estimate: €300 - €500

Description: A SET OF TWELVE SILVER PISTOL HANDLE DINNER KNIVES, Sheffield 1905, maker's mark of Harrison Brothers & Hawson, with stainless steel blades

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A VICTORIAN FOUR PIECE SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, Sheffield 1864, maker's mark of Martin Hall & Co., comprising coffee pot, tea pot, sugar bowl and creamer, each of conforming design, chased and embossed with scrolling foliate decoration surround

Estimate: €1,500 - €2,000

Description: A VICTORIAN FOUR PIECE SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, Sheffield 1864, maker's mark of Martin Hall & Co., comprising coffee pot, tea pot, sugar bowl and creamer, each of conforming design, chased and embossed with scrolling foliate decoration surrounding cartouches, each piece with applied cast 'c' scroll handles, and raised on circular foot with beaded rim, the tea and coffee pots with formed as flower heads, the cream jug and sugar bowl with gilded interior (c.2,239.5g). (4)

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A SET OF THREE GERMAN SILVER SIDE PLATES, c.1880, 800 standard, maker's mark of Jacob Leser Straubing, each with plain centre and floral embossed borders. 21cm diameter; together with a set of three circular bowls by the same maker (c. 1,493g in all)

Estimate: €300 - €400

Description: A SET OF THREE GERMAN SILVER SIDE PLATES, c.1880, 800 standard, maker's mark of Jacob Leser Straubing, each with plain centre and floral embossed borders. 21cm diameter; together with a set of three circular bowls by the same maker (c. 1,493g in all)

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A 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN SILVER AND NIELLO WORK OBLONG SNUFF BOX, maker's mark of Fyodor Ivanov of Moscow, 84 zolotnik (0.875 standard), in the form of a pouch, engraved with an architectural scene on one side, the other with vacant cartouche, 9.3cm lo

Estimate: €300 - €500

Description: A 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN SILVER AND NIELLO WORK OBLONG SNUFF BOX, maker's mark of Fyodor Ivanov of Moscow, 84 zolotnik (0.875 standard), in the form of a pouch, engraved with an architectural scene on one side, the other with vacant cartouche, 9.3cm long, 5cm wide, 2cm deep; together with a continental 19th century silver snuff box, of oblong shape with canted corners, decorated with engraved geometric, gilt interior. 9cm long, 4cm wide, 2.5cm high (2)

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A SILVER THREE PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, Sheffield 1911, mark of John Henry Potter, comprising tea pot, pear shaped coffee pot and cream jug, each of corresponding oblong form with demi-fluted bodies,  the tea and coffee pots each applied with eb

Estimate: €600 - €800

Description: A SILVER THREE PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, Sheffield 1911, mark of John Henry Potter, comprising tea pot, pear shaped coffee pot and cream jug, each of corresponding oblong form with demi-fluted bodies, the tea and coffee pots each applied with ebon finial and handle, (c.1,555g all in). The coffee pot 25cm high, the tea pot 27.5cm wide over handle and spout. (3)

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A FRENCH SILVER GILT AND NIELLO DECORATED OBLONG SNUFF BOX, 19th century,  the cover worked with a depiction of castle ruins and townscape with gilt interior, Paris, 9cm wide; together with another French niello work box of similar shape, decorated a

Estimate: €300 - €500

Description: A FRENCH SILVER GILT AND NIELLO DECORATED OBLONG SNUFF BOX, 19th century, the cover worked with a depiction of castle ruins and townscape with gilt interior, Paris, 9cm wide; together with another French niello work box of similar shape, decorated all over with repeated geometric design, 9cm wide; and another floral decorated silver and niello decorated snuff box 7.5cm wide (c.295.5g in all) (3)

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A CASED MODERN IRISH SILVER LETTER OPENER, Dublin 1979, mark of Irish Silver Ltd., applied with oval pierced cast Celtic Revival style decoration, (c.62g). 20cm long

Estimate: €40 - €60

Description: A CASED MODERN IRISH SILVER LETTER OPENER, Dublin 1979, mark of Irish Silver Ltd., applied with oval pierced cast Celtic Revival style decoration, (c.62g). 20cm long

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A COLLECTION OF FINE IRISH GEORGIAN SILVER TABLE SPOONS, comprising:- a pointed handle George III spoon, Dublin 1791, maker's mark of John Shields- a George III bright-cut engraved spoon, Dublin (lacking date mark), maker's mark of Arthur Murphy-

Estimate: €150 - €250

Description: A COLLECTION OF FINE IRISH GEORGIAN SILVER TABLE SPOONS, comprising:- a pointed handle George III spoon, Dublin 1791, maker's mark of John Shields- a George III bright-cut engraved spoon, Dublin (lacking date mark), maker's mark of Arthur Murphy- and three fiddle pattern silver spoons of various dates and makers(c.295.5g in all) (5)

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A PROVINCIAL SCOTTISH TABLESPOON IN THE OLD ENGLISH PATTERN, Aberdeen c.1774, maker's mark probably that of James Law (c.62g). 21cm long

Estimate: €200 - €400

Description: A PROVINCIAL SCOTTISH TABLESPOON IN THE OLD ENGLISH PATTERN, Aberdeen c.1774, maker's mark probably that of James Law (c.62g). 21cm long

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A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER TABLE FORKS, comprising an assortment of Irish and English examples, some crested, with various dates and maker's marks (c.1,461.8g). (21)

Estimate: €400 - €600

Description: A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER TABLE FORKS, comprising an assortment of Irish and English examples, some crested, with various dates and maker's marks (c.1,461.8g). (21)

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A CASED SET OF TWELVE SILVER TEASPOONS, with taper handles and cast and engraved finial, inscribed 1935; together with a matching sugar nips, Sheffield 1925/27, mark of Walker & Hall; and a cased silver Christening set, comprising a gilded spoon and

Estimate: €150 - €250

Description: A CASED SET OF TWELVE SILVER TEASPOONS, with taper handles and cast and engraved finial, inscribed 1935; together with a matching sugar nips, Sheffield 1925/27, mark of Walker & Hall; and a cased silver Christening set, comprising a gilded spoon and fork within cast and pierced handles, London 1894/95. (3)

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TWO SILVER JUBILEE CELEBRATION MEDALLIONS MADE BY WORBOYS OF DUBLIN AND DESIGNED BY PAUL VINCZE (1907-1944), bearing a profile head of Padraig H. Pearse 1879-1916, and each contained within fitted presentation case, (c.155.5g all in). Each 5cm diamet

Estimate: €150 - €250

Description: TWO SILVER JUBILEE CELEBRATION MEDALLIONS MADE BY WORBOYS OF DUBLIN AND DESIGNED BY PAUL VINCZE (1907-1944), bearing a profile head of Padraig H. Pearse 1879-1916, and each contained within fitted presentation case, (c.155.5g all in). Each 5cm diameter. (2)

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TWO HALF SOVEREIGN GOLD COINS, 1887, Queen Victoria, 1915, King George V, diameter 18mm.

Estimate: €250 - €350

Description: TWO HALF SOVEREIGN GOLD COINS, 1887, Queen Victoria, 1915, King George V, diameter 18mm.

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A CAMEO PENDANT/BROOCHThe cameo depicting the face of a lady, yellow metal unmarked and untested, length 3.5cm

Estimate: €100 - €150

Description: A CAMEO PENDANT/BROOCHThe cameo depicting the face of a lady, yellow metal unmarked and untested, length 3.5cm

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A STAINED OAK RECTANGULAR CANTEEN TABLE, in the form of a 17th Century lowboy, of rectangular form, fitted twin drawers, accommodating a suite of Walker & Hall silver plated cutlery, twelve place setting, taper handle pattern

Estimate: €400 - €600

Description: A STAINED OAK RECTANGULAR CANTEEN TABLE, in the form of a 17th Century lowboy, of rectangular form, fitted twin drawers, accommodating a suite of Walker & Hall silver plated cutlery, twelve place setting, taper handle pattern

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A FRENCH WHITE METAL TORTOISESHELL AND MOTHER OF PEARL INLAID SNUFF BOX, 19th century, unmarked, of rectangular form, the cover decorated with winged trophy and arabesques, within a feathered border. 8 x 5.5cm; together with an early 19th Century tor

Estimate: €300 - €500

Description: A FRENCH WHITE METAL TORTOISESHELL AND MOTHER OF PEARL INLAID SNUFF BOX, 19th century, unmarked, of rectangular form, the cover decorated with winged trophy and arabesques, within a feathered border. 8 x 5.5cm; together with an early 19th Century tortoiseshell and silver mounted snuff box, of circular form. 8.5cm diameter

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A NATURALISTIC SILVER PLATED CENTREPIECE DEPICTING A STAG BY TWO ENTWINED PALM TREES, probably by Elkington & Co., on associated mirrored stand raised on three shell feet and decorated with fruiting vines. 50cm high, 44cm diameter

Estimate: €400 - €600

Description: A NATURALISTIC SILVER PLATED CENTREPIECE DEPICTING A STAG BY TWO ENTWINED PALM TREES, probably by Elkington & Co., on associated mirrored stand raised on three shell feet and decorated with fruiting vines. 50cm high, 44cm diameter

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