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Auction Description for Dreweatts: Fine Jewellery, Silver & Objects of Vertu
Viewing Notes:
16th March 9am - 12.30pm, 18th March 9am - 6pm. Viewing also in London, Bloomsbury House, 24 Maddox Street, W1S 1PP on 12th March 9.30am - 5.30pm.
Sale Notes:
www.invaluable.com/dreweatts1759 for Live! Sales, or www.dnfa.com/donnington

Fine Jewellery, Silver & Objects of Vertu

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury


370 lots | 369 with images

March 20, 2013

Live Auction

Donnington Priory

Donnington

Newbury, RG14 2JE United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1635 553553

Fax: +44 (0)1635 553599

Email: donnington@dnfa.com

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A George II Irish silver twin handled cup by

Lot 200: A George II Irish silver twin handled cup by

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Description: A George II Irish silver twin handled cup by William Sutton, Dublin January to 20th April 1730, with twin leaf-capped scroll handles, engraved with an armorial and a monogram 'RMT', a girdle and on a circular moulded spreading foot, 20cm (8in) high, 787g (25.3 oz). The arms of TUDOR impaling GRAHAM.

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A George III Irish silver oval butter dish and

Lot 201: A George III Irish silver oval butter dish and

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Description: A George III Irish silver oval butter dish and cover, maker's mark probably '..C', Dublin no date, circa 1770, the cover with a vase finial, engraved with leaves and a crest to the pierced border, a rim cut recess for a knife, the base pierced open with two loop handles and with two foliate bands, engraved with a crest, 16.5cm (6 1/2in) long, 306g (9.8 oz) (the cover unmarked). The crest for ALLANSON, BIRCH, CLACK, GLEGG, HAWKINS, HORE, MARLEY, KIBBLE, WISHART and others. From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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A Scottish mounted ram's horn snuff mull,

Lot 202: A Scottish mounted ram's horn snuff mull,

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Description: A Scottish mounted ram's horn snuff mull, unmarked, early 19th century, the shaped cover hinge pierced with a heart, a circular plate engraved 'JP', the collar moulded, 9cm (3 1/2in) long

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A Victorian Scottish silver vase shape four piece

Lot 203: A Victorian Scottish silver vase shape four piece

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Description: A Victorian Scottish silver vase shape four piece tea and coffee service by Mackay, Cunningham & Co., Edinburgh 1875, the tea and coffee pots with pineapple finials to the embossed lobed domed covers, moulded loop handles, embossed in the Adam style with patera and swags and with ribbon-tied foliate and fruit swags, the pedestal bases with domed bases conformingly embossed, the tea pot 25.5cm (10in) long, the coffee pot 27cm (10 1/2in) high; and an Edwardian tea pot smaller by Daniel & John Wellby, London 1909, en suite, 23cm (9in) long, 3156g (101.45 oz) gross (including the later loaded cream jug).

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Abolition of slavery interest. An early

Lot 204: Abolition of slavery interest. An early

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Description: Abolition of slavery interest. An early Victorian Scottish shaped circular salver by James Howden & Co., Edinburgh 1837, the raised moulded border with a scroll and rocaille work rim, presentation engraved on a scroll foliate and matted ground, on three cast scrolled feet, 35.5cm (14in) diameter, 1250g (40.2 oz). The inscription reads 'To the Honble. Michael McTurk member of the Court of Policy of British Guiana through whose exertions under Divine Providence Entire Freedom was Bestowed On all the Labourers, of this Province Two Years earlier than the period appointed By the British Government For the Total Abolition of the Apprenticeship. This salver is inscribed By a Few of the Labourers of the East Coast as a token of their gratitude & as a Memorial of the 1st Day of August 1838. Mercy and Truth shall be to them that devise good. Prov: XIV. 22nd.' Sir Michael McTurk, KB (1785-1844) was born in New Cumnock and matriculated in 1807 at Glasgow University. He was awarded the degree of Doctor of Medicine in 1810. Life in the Colonial Service attracted him and he spent 34 years as a doctor in British Guiana, latterly as Principal Medical Officer. He was a Major in the 2nd Battalion Guyana Militia and took part in the suppression of the East Coast Insurrection of 1823. After the passing of the Abolition of Slavery Act 1833, he brought in a local measure ensuring that full emancipation of the slaves began on 1st August 1838. Being a Member of the Court of Policy, on 4th July 1838 Michael moved his motion for the freedom of all slaves in the colony. Eight days later the Bill was finally passed, and a salute of 19 guns from the Fort announced the joyful news to the slaves. The emancipated slaves expressed their gratitude to their champion, presenting him with a silver salver 'as a slight testimonial of their gratitude for his exertions in shortening the period of their apprenticeship.' (the present lot). He was knighted by Queen Victoria on 7th September 1839 for his efforts. Source: The Guild of One-Name Studies, vol. 6, no. 7, July 1998 and University of Glasgow: International Story.

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A George III English provincial oblong baluster

Lot 205: A George III English provincial oblong baluster

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Description: A George III English provincial oblong baluster tea pot, maker's mark worn (possibly Reed & Sons), Newcastle circa 1815, with a ball and oblong finial to the domed cover, a leaf capped scroll handle, a gadrooned border, a reeded band and on four ball feet, 28.5cm (11 1/4in) long, 694g (22.3 oz) gross. From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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An Edwardian silver Hanoverian pattern part table

Lot 206: An Edwardian silver Hanoverian pattern part table

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Description: An Edwardian silver Hanoverian pattern part table service by Elkington & Co. Ltd., Birmingham 1903, comprising: Eleven table spoons, Twelve table forks, Ten dessert spoons, Twelve dessert forks, Nine tea spoons, 3002g (96.5 oz).

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A matched Victorian silver King's pattern table

Lot 207: A matched Victorian silver King's pattern table

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Description: A matched Victorian silver King's pattern table service for six place settings by Josiah Williams & Co., London 1898, comprising: Six table spoons (two by Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1894). Six table forks, Six dessert spoons, Six dessert forks (one by Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1902). Six tea spoons by Goldsmiths' Alliance Ltd., London 1888, 2249g (72.3 oz); Together with the following with stainless steel blades and silver handles: Six table knives (five by William Yates Ltd., Sheffield 1960 and one by R. & S. Garrard & Co., London 1911) Five dessert knives by William Yates Ltd., Sheffield 1961 (and one electro-plated).

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A set of six Arts and Crafts silver and enamel

Lot 208: A set of six Arts and Crafts silver and enamel

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Description: A set of six Arts and Crafts silver and enamel coffee spoons by Bernard Instone, Birmingham 1928, signed 'Bernard Instone', the pointed bowls with hammered backs, the handles with enamelled panels of orange, green and blue fruit and Celtic knots, 9.7cm (3 3/4in) long, in a fitted case. From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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Eleven silver Old English pattern table spoons,

Lot 209: Eleven silver Old English pattern table spoons,

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Description: Eleven silver Old English pattern table spoons, comprising: two Victorian by George Adams for Chawner & Co., London 1870; three by Thomas & William Chawner, London 1771; one with no maker's mark, London 1810; one by Hester Bateman, London 1776, engraved 'G*B'; one by Duncan Urquhart & Naphtali Hart, London 1805; and two by H. J. Lias & Son, London 1876; one by Edward Sawyer, Birmingham 1775, engraved 'B' over 'I*D' and '1760'; and a dessert spoon, London 1729 (compressed marks), 730g (23.5 oz) gross. From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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Twelve silver Hanoverian pattern table spoons,

Lot 210: Twelve silver Hanoverian pattern table spoons,

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Description: Twelve silver Hanoverian pattern table spoons, comprising: five George II by William Reeve, London 1733, engraved with a crest; two George III by William Withers, London 1762, engraved in script with 'E S'; one Britannia standard, date and maker's mark worn, engraved with a 'G'; one George II with maker's mark '.. W', London 1732, engraved 'R C'; one George I Britannia standard by Jane Lambe, London 1725, engraved with a crest; one George II with maker's mark 'G H' (untraced), London 1753, engraved 'D' over 'T W'; and another with worn marks, 759g (24.4 oz) gross. The George II, 1733, William Reeve spoon with the crest of HICKMAN. The George I, 1725, Jane Lambe spoon with the crest of ARCHER, BURSTED, COLLIER, DANVERS, DRAKE, FITZWARYNE, GRIFFITH, HOGG, RICH, WILLS and others.. From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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Eight Victorian silver Hanoverian pattern dessert

Lot 211: Eight Victorian silver Hanoverian pattern dessert

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Description: Eight Victorian silver Hanoverian pattern dessert forks by H. J. Lias & Son, London 1839 (1) and 1850 (7); a William IV Hanoverian dessert fork by William Chawner II, London 1830; a George IV Hanoverian dessert fork by Henry Brockwell, London 1824; two William IV Hanoverian dessert forks by Jonathan Hayne, London 1832 and 1833, each 20.5cm (8in) long, 752g (24.2 oz) gross (12). From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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Five Victorian silver Hanoverian pattern dessert

Lot 212: Five Victorian silver Hanoverian pattern dessert

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Description: Five Victorian silver Hanoverian pattern dessert forks by Robert Wallis, London 1844; five Hanoverian dessert forks by H. J. Lias & Son, London 1842 (3) and 1845 (2); and four Hanoverian dessert forks by Thomas Smily, London 1865, each 20cm (8in) long, 879g (28.25 oz) gross (14) . From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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Twelve George III silver Hanoverian pattern

Lot 213: Twelve George III silver Hanoverian pattern

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Description: Twelve George III silver Hanoverian pattern dessert forks by George Smith, London 1785; four Victorian Irish Hanoverian dessert forks by John Smyth, Dublin 1845; a Victorian Irish Hanoverian dessert fork, no maker's mark, Dublin 1821; a George III Hanoverian dessert fork, maker's mark obscured, London 1817; two George III Old English pattern dessert forks, maker's mark 'T *', London 1816; seven George III Old English dessert forks by Joseph Hicks, Exeter (no date letter), late 18th century, each 17cm (6 3/4in) long, 920g (29.6 oz) gross (27). From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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A rare early 18th century silver Hanoverian

Lot 214: A rare early 18th century silver Hanoverian

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Description: A rare early 18th century silver Hanoverian rat-tail mustard spoon, unmarked, circa 1720, engraved 'S + W' to the reverse side of the handle, 6.6cm (2 1/2in) long, 5g (0.15 oz).

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A late Victorian silver King's Husk (without husk)

Lot 215: A late Victorian silver King's Husk (without husk)

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Description: A late Victorian silver King's Husk (without husk) pattern part table service by Spink & Son (John Marshall Spink), London 1894, comprising: Seventeen table forks, Eighteen table spoons, Seventeen dessert forks, Fifteen dessert spoons, Four sauce ladles, Two gravy spoons A soup ladle, A sugar sifting spoon, 6757g (217.25 oz); Together the following in Hourglass pattern: Eighteen silver tined fish forks with silver knife handles, various makers and dates, Eighteen silver bladed fish knives with silver handles, various makers and dates, Fifteen steel bladed silver handled table knives with silver handles by C. J. Vander, Sheffield 1968, Sixteen silver handled dessert knives with silver handles by C. J. Vander, 1972-73

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A set of twelve late Victorian silver individual

Lot 216: A set of twelve late Victorian silver individual

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Description: A set of twelve late Victorian silver individual asparagus tongs by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1895, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) long, 314g (10.1 oz), in a roll up leather pouch. From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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A silver shaped square salver by Walker & Hall,

Lot 217: A silver shaped square salver by Walker & Hall,

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Description: A silver shaped square salver by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1936, with a raised border, a moulded rim, engraved with a monogram and on four scroll outlined bracket feet, 36cm (14in) long, 1476g (47.45 oz).

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An Art Deco silver bowl by S. Blanckensee & Sons

Lot 218: An Art Deco silver bowl by S. Blanckensee & Sons

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Description: An Art Deco silver bowl by S. Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1936, the plain hemispherical bowl set on an asymmetric S shape support, on a domed foot, 17cm (6.75in) wide overall, 430g (13.4 oz).

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A pair of silver oblong entree dishes, covers and

Lot 219: A pair of silver oblong entree dishes, covers and

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Description: A pair of silver oblong entree dishes, covers and handles by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1935 (jubilee marks), with reeded loop handles, nulled rims and borders and each cover engraved with a 'B', 26.5cm (10 1/2in) long, 2457g (79 oz).

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A silver shaped circular salver by Mappin & Webb,

Lot 220: A silver shaped circular salver by Mappin & Webb,

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Description: A silver shaped circular salver by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1934, with a gadrooned and shell border, on three paw feet, 30.5cm (12in) diameter, 891g (28.65 oz).

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An Art Deco silver bowl, mark of Central School of

Lot 221: An Art Deco silver bowl, mark of Central School of

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Description: An Art Deco silver bowl, mark of Central School of Arts & Crafts, London 1934, of shaped oval form with lobed panels, on a shaped oval foot, 28.5cm (11 1/4in) long, 945g (30.4 oz). See 'Treasures of the 20th Century' London: The Goldsmiths' Company 2000, page 31, no. 44 for a very similar example by H. G. Murphy of 1936. See Bonhams, Knightsbridge sale 'Silver & Objects of Vertu inc. Post-War', 26th May 2010, lot 315 for a 1934 example marked for the Central School of Arts & Crafts and made by Charlie Major. 'Charlie' Major (1915-2008) joined the trade in 1932 when he was apprenticed to the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company under the master James Millar, the workshop manager. His day release studies saw him enrol at the Central School of Arts & Crafts where his tutor was H. G. Murphy. Murphy commissioned Major to make this bowl in 1934 to his own design. Charlie became a Freeman of the City of London and of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths in 1937. He worked at Garrard's throughout World War II producing insignia and regalia. This signalled a change of career and, after the war, his focus was more on jewellery rather than silver. He formed a partnership with the engraver Harry Bailey, they continued to work together until Bailey retired. C.W. Major finally retired in 1998 at the age of 83.

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An Art Deco silver three piece tapering tea

Lot 222: An Art Deco silver three piece tapering tea

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Description: An Art Deco silver three piece tapering tea service by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1934 (jubilee mark), the tea pot with a composition faceted finial and an angular handle, on a circular foot, 24.5cm (9 1/2in) long, 813g (26.15 oz) gross

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A silver shaped circular salver by Carrington &

Lot 223: A silver shaped circular salver by Carrington &

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Description: A silver shaped circular salver by Carrington & Co., London 1932, with a gadrooned edge, engraved with a presentation inscription and regimental crest to Major C. G. W. Swire of The Royal Dragoons and facsimile signatures, on three scroll and paw feet, 47cm (18 1/2in) diameter, 2946g (94.75 oz) Cyril George William Swire, later a Lieut. Colonel.

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An Arts and Crafts silver twin handled cup by

Lot 224: An Arts and Crafts silver twin handled cup by

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Description: An Arts and Crafts silver twin handled cup by Guild of Handicraft (George Henry Hart), London 1930, with loop handles, the ogee body applied with stylised leaves under the handles and lower body, the pedestal base with a domed foot and beaded and bead and reel borders, 12cm (4 3/4in) high, 385g (12.35 oz). From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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A silver shaped square dish by Thomas Bradbury &

Lot 225: A silver shaped square dish by Thomas Bradbury &

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Description: A silver shaped square dish by Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1925, of plain form with re-entrant lobed corners, on four scroll feet, 23cm (9in) wide, 604 g (19.4 oz). From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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A silver twin handled oblong tray by Elkington &

Lot 226: A silver twin handled oblong tray by Elkington &

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Description: A silver twin handled oblong tray by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1919, the raised gadrooned border with acanthus leaves at intervals, the loop handles conforming, 70.5cm (27 3/4in) long, 3673g (118.1 oz) . From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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A matched silver oblong baluster four piece tea

Lot 227: A matched silver oblong baluster four piece tea

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Description: A matched silver oblong baluster four piece tea and coffee service by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1919 (tea and coffee pots) and 1917 (sugar and milk), the tea and coffee pots with composition finials and harp handles, gadroon borders, the lower bodies with half gadrooning, on ball feet, the tea pot 27.5cm (10 3/4in) long, the coffee pot 25cm (10in) high, 1872 g (60.15 oz) gross. From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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An Arts and Crafts hammered silver sugar caster by

Lot 228: An Arts and Crafts hammered silver sugar caster by

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Description: An Arts and Crafts hammered silver sugar caster by Albert Edward Jones, Birmingham 1913, with twin loop handles, the body applied with leaves and on a spreading circular foot, 11.5cm (4 1/2in) high, 97g (3.1 oz)

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A silver twin handled trophy cup and cover by

Lot 229: A silver twin handled trophy cup and cover by

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Description: A silver twin handled trophy cup and cover by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1913, with a baluster finial and lambrequin decoration to the domed cover, scroll handles, the body engraved with an armorial, a motif and a presentation inscription 'The British Masters Thorpe Park', lambrequin lower decoration and on a circular moulded spreading foot, 28cm (11in) high, 2587g (83.15 oz). The shield bears the arms of MORLEY and other quarters.

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An Edwardian silver shaped circular salver by

Lot 230: An Edwardian silver shaped circular salver by

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Description: An Edwardian silver shaped circular salver by Horace Woodward & Co. Ltd., London 1907, the raised border with a shell and scroll rim, on three bracket feet, 33.5cm (13 1/4in), 924g (29.7 oz).

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An Edwardian silver mounted large dressing table

Lot 231: An Edwardian silver mounted large dressing table

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Description: An Edwardian silver mounted large dressing table mirror by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1903, pierced and embossed with foliate swags and sprays, on two scroll feet, with detached easel back, 63cm (24 3/4in) high, 72cm (28 1/2in) wide

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A matched pair of silver oval sweet baskets, by

Lot 232: A matched pair of silver oval sweet baskets, by

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Description: A matched pair of silver oval sweet baskets, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1899, and by Daniel and John Wellby, London 1905, with shaped floral and scroll rims, scroll engraved pierced bodies, on scroll and flower bases, 16cm (6 1/4in) long, 377g (12.1 oz) gross. From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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A pair of late Victorian silver mounted 'rock

Lot 233: A pair of late Victorian silver mounted 'rock

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Description: A pair of late Victorian silver mounted 'rock crystal' glass claret jugs by Charles Edwards, London 1901, with flattened ball finials to the flower and foliate embossed domed covers, foliate chased scroll handles, the mounts chased with oval cabochon reserves, scrolls and foliage, bearded mask spouts and similar masks to the shaped aprons, flower meander pierced girdles and on pierced and embossed domed bases, the glass cut to resemble rock crystal with fruit to the upper and flowers in panels to the lower body, 33cm (13in) high

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A Victorian silver mounted glass wine flask by

Lot 234: A Victorian silver mounted glass wine flask by

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Description: A Victorian silver mounted glass wine flask by Richards & Brown, London 1867, the cover with a ring handle, engraved with foliate swags and a beaded rim, the collar conforming, the glass bottle with a loop handle and etched with grape vines, 17.5cm (7in) high

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A pair of Victorian silver large cauldron salt

Lot 235: A pair of Victorian silver large cauldron salt

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Description: A pair of Victorian silver large cauldron salt cellars by Thomas Smily, London 1860, with gadrooned rims, the bodies chased with foliate swags and on three lion mask and paw feet, 11cm (4 1/2in) diameter; together with two George IV King's pattern salt spoons, 555g (17.85 oz) gross, with two blue glass liners

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A Victorian silver goblet by William Eaton, London

Lot 236: A Victorian silver goblet by William Eaton, London

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Description: A Victorian silver goblet by William Eaton, London 1854, the campana shaped cup embossed with a river god in a landscape and engraved 'Presented by Messrs H. Bowyer & G. Parker OBA', on a knopped pedestal, the domed circular base with conforming embossing, 22cm (8 3/4in) high, 363g (11.65 oz), on an ebonised socle with a silver band engraved with the winners for 1930 to 1936

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A pair of George IV silver oblong baluster sauce

Lot 237: A pair of George IV silver oblong baluster sauce

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Description: A pair of George IV silver oblong baluster sauce tureens and covers by Samuel Haines, Birmingham 1824, with foliate mounted reeded handles to nulled domed covers, gadrooned rims, twin loop handles, on foliate and paw feet, 23cm (9in) long, 1520g (48.85 oz)

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A George IV silver oblong inkstand by Joseph

Lot 238: A George IV silver oblong inkstand by Joseph

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Description: A George IV silver oblong inkstand by Joseph Angell, London 1826, with a shaped-round taperstick cover and snuffer to the sand box, now lacking glass, flanked by two silver mounted cut glass ink wells within foliate borders, the base with a rocaille border, engraved with a crest, on four foliate feet, 25cm (9 3/4in) wide, 610g (19.6 oz) weighable. The crest recorded in 1905 for ABSALOM, BARNETT, CLARKE, DEALTRY, ELLIS, FISHER, GAY, HILL, LYNDWOOD, NEWPORT, OKETON, PICKERING, RICHARDS, SPARKS, TOD, UNTON, VAUGHAN, WARDEN and others.

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A George III silver oblong sauce tureen and cover

Lot 239: A George III silver oblong sauce tureen and cover

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Description: A George III silver oblong sauce tureen and cover by Rebecca & William Emes, London 1808, with a lobed circular finial to the domed cover, twin angular handles, a nulled rim and on four ball feet, 20.5cm (8in) long, 576g (18.5 oz). The mark entered on 30th June 1808 and only used until 14th October the same year.. From the collection of Laurence W. Hodson (1863-1933) and descendants, thence by descent.

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A George III silver tapered tankard by Robert and

Lot 240: A George III silver tapered tankard by Robert and

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Description: A George III silver tapered tankard by Robert and Thomas Makepeace, London 1793, the flat cover with a pierced stylised anthemion thumb piece and shaped outline towards spout, a leaf-capped double scroll handle, the body with two ring bands, 18cm (7in) high, 1021g (32.8 oz).

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A matched pair of George III silver candelabra,

Lot 241: A matched pair of George III silver candelabra,

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Description: A matched pair of George III silver candelabra, the candlesticks by John Wakelin & William Taylor, London 1789, the branches by Edward Fernell, London 1790, the capitals with half stiff leaf decoration, the reeded twin branches issuing from foliage and with stiff leaves to the circular drip pans, the bases with stiff leaves to the capitals, stems and border of the circular bases, 48.5cm (19in) high, 3930g (126.35 oz).

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A pair of George III silver circular wine coasters

Lot 242: A pair of George III silver circular wine coasters

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Description: A pair of George III silver circular wine coasters by Thomas Chawner, London 1785 (incuse duty mark), with beaded rims, pierced and engraved sides and moulded bases, the wooden inserts turned, engraved with a crest, 12.2cm (4 3/4in) diameter. The griffin's head erased crest recorded in 1905 for ADAMS, BAIRD, CHAPLIN, DANE, EDNOR, FETTYPLACE, GARDINER, HAGUE and approximately 200 further names.

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A George III silver oval tea caddy by Richard

Lot 243: A George III silver oval tea caddy by Richard

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Description: A George III silver oval tea caddy by Richard Morton & Co., Sheffield 1775, the loop handle with foliate engraved surround, the body with bead and leaf chased border, with a ribbon decorated cartouche flanked with laurel leaves, crest removed, 11cm (4.25in) high, 365g (11.7 oz).

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A George III silver brazier by Thomas Heming,

Lot 244: A George III silver brazier by Thomas Heming,

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Description: A George III silver brazier by Thomas Heming, London 1772, with a turned wooden handle, the circular moulded frame hung with drapery swags and supported by three fluted legs with scrolls at the top and foot, the central lamp with three apertures, 35cm (132 3/4in) long, 855g (27.5 oz) gross (marked to frame and burner).

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A George III silver conical pedestal sugar basket,

Lot 245: A George III silver conical pedestal sugar basket,

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Description: A George III silver conical pedestal sugar basket, maker's mark 'RP', London 1771, with a twisted ribbon and beaded swing handle, the wire work body with rope twist borders, mounted with patera, swags and corded tassels interspersed with urn mounted ovals, engraved with a crest, on a conforming beaded pedestal base, with a blue glass liner, 18cm (7in) high, 182g (5.85 oz). The crest of ROSEWARNE. See Grimwade, p. 174, nos. 2406-2408 for the possible makers.

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A George III silver oval sweet basket by Charles

Lot 246: A George III silver oval sweet basket by Charles

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Description: A George III silver oval sweet basket by Charles Aldridge & Henry Green, London 1768, with an intertwined ribbon swing handle, the wrythen beaded body with pierced panels of differing design, on pierced pedestal with rope twist border, 15cm (6in) wide, 109g (3.5 oz).

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An early George III silver oblong three bottle

Lot 247: An early George III silver oblong three bottle

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Description: An early George III silver oblong three bottle inkstand by Edward Aldridge, London 1764, the three cut glass cube wells in pierced galleries, gadrooned rims, two pen wells and on four paw feet, engraved with a rubbed crest beneath a coronet, 25.5cm (10in) long, 723g (23.25 oz).

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A George IV silver baluster coffee jug by Robert

Lot 248: A George IV silver baluster coffee jug by Robert

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Description: A George IV silver baluster coffee jug by Robert Hennell II, London 1824, with a cast seated chinaman finial, a wide chased floral band to the cover and a similarly decorated band to the lower body, an ivory loop handle, engraved with an armorial, 19cm (7 1/2in) high, 603g (19.4 oz) gross. Engraved with a lozenge for a spinster of the family KEMEYS-TYNTE. The arms of KEMEYS quartering TYNTE with further quarters for JOHNSON, HASSELL and WHARTION pertain to a family originally seated in Halswell, Somerset and in Cefn Mably, Glamorganshire. Following the incumbency (1707-1740) of Rev. Sir John Tynte, 5th baronet, numerous hatchments for members of this family were erected in the parish church of Goathurst, Kent. In 1845 a Committee of Privileges of the House of Lords declared Charles Kemeys-Tynte, MP for Bridgwater, senior co-heir of the whole blood to the Barony of Wharton.

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A George III silver oblong baluster three piece

Lot 249: A George III silver oblong baluster three piece

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Description: A George III silver oblong baluster three piece tea service by Robert I & Samuel Hennell, London 1809, the tea pot with a composition oval finial to the half lobed dome centred cover, a composition harp handle, the egg and dart rim with scroll foliate angles, a half lobed body and on four ball feet, engraved with a crest, 28cm (11in) long, 1347g (43.3 oz) gross. The crest of MADDOCKS of Suffolk.

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