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Auction Description for Dreweatts: Fine Silver, Objects of Vertu & Russian Works of Art
Viewing Notes:
5th October 9am - 12.30pm, 7th October 9am - 6pm, 8th October 9am - 4.30pm. Day of sale from 8.30am.
Sale Notes:
www.invaluable.com/dreweatts1759 for Live! Sales, or www.dnfa.com/donnington

Fine Silver, Objects of Vertu & Russian Works of Art

(179 Lots)

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury


179 lots with images

October 9, 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 Victorian electro-plated, cut and frosted glass

Lot 501: A Victorian electro-plated, cut and frosted glass

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Description: A Victorian electro-plated, cut and frosted glass triple barrel spirit decanter wagon, with Design Registration mark for 18th September 1863, each barrel with a tap and fixed to a chassis with four spoked wheels, 27cm (10 1/2in) high, 44.5cm (21 1/2in) from taps to draw-bar

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A pair of Victorian electro-plated figural salt

Lot 502: A pair of Victorian electro-plated figural salt

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Description: A pair of Victorian electro-plated figural salt cellars, stamped marks, mid-late 19th century, modelled as Neptune and Salacia seated on dolphins, holding aloft shells, on rock work bases, 15.5cm (6 1/8in) and 17.5cm (7in) high

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A William IV Scottish silver mounted agate

Lot 503: A William IV Scottish silver mounted agate

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Description: A William IV Scottish silver mounted agate rectangular snuff box by Cross & Carruthers (William Cross & John Carruthers), Edinburgh 1830, the cover and base with agate insets, the cover with a vacant reserve, the sides moulded and waisted, 7.3cm (2 7/8in) long

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A 19th century Scottish large horn snuff mull, the

Lot 504: A 19th century Scottish large horn snuff mull, the

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Description: A 19th century Scottish large horn snuff mull, the mounts unmarked, the cover with an applied shield engraved with a crest and a motto 'Manu Forti', the hinge mount pierced and engraved with thistles and roses, the plain collar engraved 'To Angus McKay as a mark of respect from Wm. Hunter Glasgow 1838', the suspension loop with three chains hung with a fiddle pattern snuff spoon, an ivory tapper and a hare's paw, 17cm (6 3/4in) long. There can be no doubt about the donor's intention, but neither Burke's General Armory nor Fairbairn's Book of Crests lists any crest and motto for McKay. The engraved crest and motto are listed together for M'Caa, M'Casker, M'Caskill, Mackay and M'Quie.

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A Scottish provincial silver Hanoverian pattern

Lot 505: A Scottish provincial silver Hanoverian pattern

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Description: A Scottish provincial silver Hanoverian pattern table spoon by Thomas Johnson, Montrose circa 1752 ('T.I, rose, 'B'), engraved 'I' over 'AC', 21cm(8 1/4in) long, 73g (2.35 oz)

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Five Scottish silver Hanoverian pattern table

Lot 506: Five Scottish silver Hanoverian pattern table

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Description: Five Scottish silver Hanoverian pattern table spoons, comprising: a pair by Milne & Campbell, Glasgow 1757-80; one by Daniel Ker, Edinburgh 1768; one by Robert Luke, Glasgow 1725-1735; and one by Mitchell & Son, Glasgow 1824, all initialled, 345g (11.1 oz) gross (5)

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An early Victorian Scottish silver gilt and rock

Lot 507: An early Victorian Scottish silver gilt and rock

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Description: An early Victorian Scottish silver gilt and rock crystal combination vinaigrette and snuff box, maker's mark 'AGW' (possibly A. G. Whighton), Edinburgh 1838, the slight domed polished crystal to the upper cover with a tapered reeded and flower head thumb piece, the sides engraved with scroll foliage, the base cover with conforming engraving, 3.9cm (1 1/2in) long

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A set of six silver cake forks by Liberty & Co,

Lot 508: A set of six silver cake forks by Liberty & Co,

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Description: A set of six silver cake forks by Liberty & Co, Birmingham 1931-32, designed by Archibald Knox, with stylised honesty motifs to the shaped terminals, 13cm (5in) long, 106g (3.4 oz)

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A William III silver dognose spoon by Edward

Lot 509: A William III silver dognose spoon by Edward

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Description: A William III silver dognose spoon by Edward Gibson, London 1698, with a beaded rat-tail, engraved 'T' over 'RA' to the top of the back of the handle, 62g (2 oz)

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Ten silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoons, various

Lot 510: Ten silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoons, various

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Description: Ten silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoons, various 18th century dates and makers, including: one Irish by John Shiels (or Sheils), Dublin 1764, engraved with a crest; and one Scottish, maker's mark illegible, Edinburgh date worn, assay master Hugh Gordon (1744-1758), engraved 'G'; all the rest initialled, 665g (21.35 oz) gross (10)

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A silver Old English pattern table service by

Lot 512: A silver Old English pattern table service by

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Description: A silver Old English pattern table service by Joseph Rodgers & Son, Sheffield 1919, comprising: Twelve table forks Eight table spoons Twelve dessert forks Twelve dessert spoons Twelve soup spoons Twelve tea spoons Two sauce ladles A sugar tongs, 4708g (151.35 oz); Together with the following with silver blades or tines and mother of pearl handles: Twelve fruit knives Twelve fruit forks; And the following with silver blades or tines and ivory handles: Twelve fish knives Twelve fish forks A pair of fish servers; And the following with steel blades and ivory handles: Twelve table knives Eleven dessert knives A five piece carving set; Housed in a stained oak side table canteen with a silver presentation plaque dated 1920 under the cover Please note: Fish knives and forks are J.R, remainder are Robert Moseley and one lacking

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A George I silver Hanoverian pattern basting spoon

Lot 513: A George I silver Hanoverian pattern basting spoon

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Description: A George I silver Hanoverian pattern basting spoon by Andrew Archer, London 1718, Britannia standard, engraved 'S' over 'T EX?', 30.5cm (12in) long, 123g (3.95 oz)

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A George III silver shell bowl Old English beaded

Lot 514: A George III silver shell bowl Old English beaded

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Description: A George III silver shell bowl Old English beaded pattern soup ladle by George Smith III, London 1782, engraved 'C', 35cm (13 3/4in) long, 172g (5.55 oz)

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A set of eight William IV silver King's pattern

Lot 515: A set of eight William IV silver King's pattern

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Description: A set of eight William IV silver King's pattern salt spoons by William Eaton, London 1834, engraved with a crest, 11cm (4 1/4in) long, 198g (6.35 oz) The crest recorded for ALMACK, BENCE, MORRIS and others.

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A silver commemorative trophy by Gerald Benney,

Lot 516: A silver commemorative trophy by Gerald Benney,

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Description: A silver commemorative trophy by Gerald Benney, London 1977 (jubilee mark), with a ball finial to the part polished and part bark effect cone, applied with a roundel engraved with the badge of the Queen's Silver Jubilee, the inset circular foot engraved 'The Queen's Silver Jubilee Trust', 21cm (8 1/4in) high, 243g (7.8 oz), on a coromandel cylindrical base, 29.5cm (11 5/8in) high

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A silver large bowl by Gerald Benney, London 1976,

Lot 517: A silver large bowl by Gerald Benney, London 1976,

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Description: A silver large bowl by Gerald Benney, London 1976, stamped mark 'Gerald Benney London', with a bark effect finish, a plain rim band and collet foot, the interior gilt, 29cm (11 3/8in) diameter, 1346g (43.25 oz)

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A silver shaped square salver by Edward Barnard &

Lot 518: A silver shaped square salver by Edward Barnard &

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Description: A silver shaped square salver by Edward Barnard & Sons, London 1950, stamped for Saml. Kirk Inc. as retailers, with a raised moulded rim, on four claw and ball feet, engraved with a crest, 35cm (13 3/4in) wide, 1441g (46.35 oz) The crest and motto of BRYSON of Craigton, Scotland.

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A silver circular centre dish by Adie Bros,

Lot 519: A silver circular centre dish by Adie Bros,

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Description: A silver circular centre dish by Adie Bros, Chester 1936, the cusped rim cast with Celtic motifs, on stepped pedestal base, 27cm (10 1/2in), 665g (21.4 oz)

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A silver twin handled pedestal rose bowl by Z.

Lot 520: A silver twin handled pedestal rose bowl by Z.

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Description: A silver twin handled pedestal rose bowl by Z. Barraclough & Sons (James Henry & Herbert Barraclough), London 1930, stamped for Barraclough, Leeds as retailers, the twin leaf capped moulded handles issuing from lion's masks, a lobed rim, a shell and lyre band on a matted ground, the pedestal with a lobed collet, the circular foot with a nulled band, presentation engraved, 14cm (5 1/2in) high, 28cm (11in) across handles, 1313g (42.2 oz), with a wooden socle The inscription reads 'To Tom and Nellie Coombs from a few old friends as a token of affection and to commemorate their year of office as Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of the City of Leeds, 20th June 1937'.

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A silver baluster beer jug by the Goldsmiths &

Lot 521: A silver baluster beer jug by the Goldsmiths &

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Description: A silver baluster beer jug by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1926, in George II style, with a tongue-capped S-scroll handle and on a stepped circular foot, engraved with an armorial and a motto 'Puritas Fons Honoris', 17cm (6 3/4in) high, 859g (27.65 oz) The arms of Sir Alan John Sykes (1868-1950), politician and wool merchant of Cheadle, Cheshire. Alan Sykes was elected Mayor of Stockport and MP for Knutsford in 1910. Having entered the wool trade early in life he acted as Director of Wool and Textile Production during World War I for which he was made KBE and in 1917 created a baronet. After the war he was given the honorary rank of Lieut. Col. in the Cheshire Regiment and in World War II he advised the War Office on textiles and clothing. At Sir Alan's death the baronetcy became extinct.

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An Edwardian silver mounted cut glass claret jug,

Lot 522: An Edwardian silver mounted cut glass claret jug,

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Description: An Edwardian silver mounted cut glass claret jug, probably by William Devenport, Birmingham 1906, with a shell finial to flat cover, a flattened C-scroll handle set to a circular collar, all engraved with scrolling foliage and geometric bands, 24.5cm (9 1/2in) high

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A late Victorian silver shaped circular salver by

Lot 523: A late Victorian silver shaped circular salver by

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Description: A late Victorian silver shaped circular salver by Charles Westwood & Sons, Birmingham 1900, with a flower and scroll border, a pierced band and engraved with a roundel and foliage within geometric reserves, 22.5cm (8 3/4in) diameter, 333g (10.7 oz)

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A Victorian silver shaped circular serving dish by

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Description: A Victorian silver shaped circular serving dish by John Samuel Hunt, London 1853, stamped 'Hunt & Roskell late Storr & Mortimer' as retailers, no. 6665, with a bold tied reed border with foliage at intervals, engraved with a crest 'Fide Et Virtute', 29.5cm (11 5/8in) diameter, 766g (24.65 oz) The crest of Ashton within a buckled strap inscribed with the motto of ASHTON of Little Orm Hall, Staffordshire.

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A Victorian travelling communion set by Fox

Lot 525: A Victorian travelling communion set by Fox

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Description: A Victorian travelling communion set by Fox Brothers, London 1851, all with engraved borders to lobed bodies, comprising small wine goblet with C-scroll stem and gilt interior, a paten on a cylindrical base, and a jug in the form of a flagon with a cruciform finial to the lift-off cover and C-scroll screw closer to spout, the goblet and paten fitting within the flagon for transport, 14cm (5.5in), 299g (9.6oz)

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An unusual pair of Victorian silver mounted glass

Lot 526: An unusual pair of Victorian silver mounted glass

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Description: An unusual pair of Victorian silver mounted glass decanters by Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1847 and 1848 , stamped 'Registered London August 184..', with foliate finials, grape vine sprung stopper opening plates and decoration, the globe and shaft bodies etched with grape vines, 28.5cm (11 1/4in) high

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A Victorian silver circular baluster mustard pot

Lot 527: A Victorian silver circular baluster mustard pot

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Description: A Victorian silver circular baluster mustard pot by Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1846, with a shell thumb piece and angular handle, the cover engraved with a foliate reserve, the body engraved with a foliate swag and on a circular base, 8.3cm (3 1/4in) long, 117g (3.75 oz), with a blue glass liner

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A pair of Victorian silver circular salts by

Lot 528: A pair of Victorian silver circular salts by

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Description: A pair of Victorian silver circular salts by Joseph & Albert Savory, London 1845, with gadrooned borders and gilt interiors, engraved with a crest and on circular bases, 8.4cm (3 1/4in) diameter, 207g (6.65 oz) The crest of EVANS of Eriswell, Suffolk.

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A set of three early Victorian silver Gothic

Lot 529: A set of three early Victorian silver Gothic

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Description: A set of three early Victorian silver Gothic pedestal salts by Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield 1838, the pierced ogee bowls with embossed leaves and Gothic tracery, the bases conforming but not pierced, 6.5cm (2 1/2in), 251g (8.15 oz), with three blue glass liners

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An early Victorian silver pierced octagonal

Lot 530: An early Victorian silver pierced octagonal

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Description: An early Victorian silver pierced octagonal mustard pot by Charles Reily and George Storer, London 29th May to 20th June 1837, with an angular handle, the cover with a worn crest and a pierced trefoil thumbpiece, pierced sides, 10cm (4in) long, 141g (4.55 oz), with a blue glass liner

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An early Victorian silver twin handled shaped oval

Lot 531: An early Victorian silver twin handled shaped oval

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Description: An early Victorian silver twin handled shaped oval tray by William Bateman II for Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, London 29th May to 20th June 1837, stamped 'Rundell Bridge Et Co. Aurifices Reginae Londini', the cast and applied alternating gadrooned border with shells, scrolls and fruiting oak leaves, the handles formed as twisted oak branches, on four bold foliate scroll feet, engraved with a monogram 'AR' beneath a Royal crown, 56.5cm (22 1/4in) long, 3599g (115.7 oz), in a later Bulgari cardboard box It has been suggested that this was the Royal badge for Queen Adelaide, the widow of Wiiliam IV.

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A pair of William IV silver shaped circular

Lot 532: A pair of William IV silver shaped circular

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Description: A pair of William IV silver shaped circular candlesticks by T., J. & N. Creswick, Sheffield 1836, lobed circular, the detachable sconces with scroll borders, a conforming collar to the stems, the shaped circular bases with a conforming border, 29cm (11in) high, loaded

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A William IV silver wine bottle holder by Robert

Lot 533: A William IV silver wine bottle holder by Robert

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Description: A William IV silver wine bottle holder by Robert Garrard I, London 1830, with a leaf-capped S-scroll handle, a plain shoulder collar and clamp fixed collar for the sides, 11cm (4 3/8in) high, 208g (6.7 oz)

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A George IV silver baluster coffee pot, maker's

Lot 534: A George IV silver baluster coffee pot, maker's

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Description: A George IV silver baluster coffee pot, maker's mark 'WB', London 1829, with acorn finial and gadroon borders, with scrolling foliate decoration to lower part of baluster body, on pedestal base, 23cm (9in) high, 749g (24 oz) gross

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A George IV silver lobed circular tea pot, maker's

Lot 536: A George IV silver lobed circular tea pot, maker's

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Description: A George IV silver lobed circular tea pot, maker's mark 'WE' (not traced), London 1826, with a domed finial to the dome centred engraved cover, a black composition leaf-capped loop handle, embossed with panels of massed flowers, on a lobed foot, 28cm (11in) long, 809g (26 oz) gross

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A George IV silver shaped circular salver by

Lot 537: A George IV silver shaped circular salver by

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Description: A George IV silver shaped circular salver by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, London 1825, chased with a band of scrolls, shells and flowers on a matted ground, a raised border and moulded rim with shell and flowering foliage and with fruit and foliage at intervals, on three shell and flowering foliage feet, engraved with an armorial, 26cm (10 1/4in) diameter, 672g (21.6 oz) The arms possibly for BULL.

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A pair of George IV silver coasters by John &

Lot 538: A pair of George IV silver coasters by John &

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Description: A pair of George IV silver coasters by John & Thomas Settle, Sheffield 1824, the everted rims with shells and foliage, the baluster sides with lobing, the turned wood bases with vacant reserves, 17cm (6 3/4in) diameter, loaded

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A late George III silver goblet, maker's mark '...

Lot 539: A late George III silver goblet, maker's mark '...

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Description: A late George III silver goblet, maker's mark '... A', London 1816, with an embossed foliate band, a gadrooned base and on a circular foot, 14cm (5 3/8in) high, 258g (8.3 oz)

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A pair of late George III silver wine coasters by

Lot 540: A pair of late George III silver wine coasters by

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Description: A pair of late George III silver wine coasters by William Burwash, London 1813, with nulled everted rims and plain moulded sides, the turned wood bases with vacant silver roundels, 15cm (6in) diameter, loaded

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A late George III silver rectangular entree dish,

Lot 541: A late George III silver rectangular entree dish,

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Description: A late George III silver rectangular entree dish, cover and handle by William Bennett, London 1813, with a gadrooned and shell handle and gadrooned rims, scratch weight '62.11' beneath, 29.5cm (11 3/4in) long, 1966g (63.2 oz); with an old Sheffield plate warming stand by Matthew Boulton Plate Co., with leafy moulded twin handles, the four lobed bun feet with an ivory lower half, 38cm (15in) long overall See Grimwade 3029 for the silver maker's mark. The crest recorded for BAILY, BRAILSFORD, CADOGAN, CARRIER, CHANDOS, CLARKE, COOKE, DEERING, DINGLEY, EWBANK, GILLAM, GLASCOCK, HOMFREY, JENISON, MAYNE, RIDER, SPRATLEY, VAUGHAN, WHITE, WILLIAMSON, WRIGHT, YORK and YOUNG.

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A matched set of four late George III silver

Lot 542: A matched set of four late George III silver

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Description: A matched set of four late George III silver circular vegetable dishes, covers and handles by Paul Storr, London 1806, 1810 and 1812 (2), the covers with moulded and foliate looped handles to a beaded surround, with nulled edges, the covers engraved with two mantled armorials, a later crest of a wolf head and initials 'JW', the bases with nulled borders, canted rectangular handles and engraved with two crests, 24.5cm diameter, (9 3/4 in), 6276g (201.75 oz) The shield is for BERESFORD quartering BUTLER and impaling BENNETT, and the crest with two broken spears in the animal's head is also for BERESFORD. For the 19th July 1804 marriage of the Revd William Beresford (20 Nov 1780-27 June 1830), 3rd son of William Beresford, DD, 1st Baron Decies and sometime Archbishop of Tuam, to Lady Anna Bennet (1774-1836), 2nd daughter of the 4th Earl of Tankerville. The couple left a son, Captain William Beresford, Rifle Brigade, (1810-1875) and a daughter Alicia, who married (1834) the British consul at Cherbourg and died 1882. The later crest of a wolf's head with crown round its neck is for WOLFE, also Irish.

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A George III silver baluster brandy pan by Peter &

Lot 543: A George III silver baluster brandy pan by Peter &

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Description: A George III silver baluster brandy pan by Peter & William Bateman, London 1806, with a turned wood handle, 19.5cm (7 3/4in) long, 170g (5.45 oz) gross

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A George III silver mounted coconut cup by Peter,

Lot 544: A George III silver mounted coconut cup by Peter,

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Description: A George III silver mounted coconut cup by Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1799, the rim with a single thread, the pedestal base with a circular foot threaded to the rim, 12.5cm (4 7/8in) high, loaded

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A George III silver oval mustard pot by Thomas

Lot 545: A George III silver oval mustard pot by Thomas

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Description: A George III silver oval mustard pot by Thomas Hobbs, London 1796, with a scroll handle, reeded borders and engraved with a crest, 10cm (4in) long, with a blue glass liner; and an Old English pattern mustard spoon, maker's mark 'GS', London 1811, 10cm (4in) long, 110g (3.55 oz) gross The crest of KNATCHBULL, sometimes recorded as CATCHPOLE.

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A George III silver twin handled cup by Peter &

Lot 546: A George III silver twin handled cup by Peter &

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Description: A George III silver twin handled cup by Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1792, with twin tongue-capped scroll handles, engraved with a later crest and on a circular moulded spreading foot, 14cm (5 1/2in) high, 327g (10.5 oz) The crest of ATHANRAY, BAGOT, DELAVAL, DYER, GARDINER, GARFORTH, GASON, JONES, KYNGESLEY, RUTHVEN, SEDLEY/SIDLEY/ SYDNEY, SWYNNERTON, WETTENHALL, WHITTINGTON and YATE[S].

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A George III silver goblet by John Wakelin &

Lot 547: A George III silver goblet by John Wakelin &

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Description: A George III silver goblet by John Wakelin & William Taylor, London 1778, engraved with a flower and foliate meander band, another foliate, the spreading pedestal with beaded bands, on a circular foot, engraved with a crest and 'WCB', the interior gilt, 15.5cm (6in) high, 225g (7.25 oz) The unidentified crest of a lion passant per pale wavy Arg. and Erm. charged on the shoulder.

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A George III silver shaped circular salver by John

Lot 548: A George III silver shaped circular salver by John

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Description: A George III silver shaped circular salver by John Carter II, London 1774, the raised border with a gadrooned rim, on for pad feet, engraved with a worn armorial, 41cm (16in) diameter, 1747g (56.2 oz)

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A pair of George III silver oval cream boats,

Lot 549: A pair of George III silver oval cream boats,

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Description: A pair of George III silver oval cream boats, maker's mark 'R. ..' (rubbed), London 1770, with leaf-capped flying scroll handles and punch beaded borders, each on three trefoil pad feet, 12.5cm (5in) long, 166g (5.3 oz)

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A late George II silver oil and vinegar stand by

Lot 550: A late George II silver oil and vinegar stand by

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Description: A late George II silver oil and vinegar stand by John King, London 1759, with a shaped oblong stand, with a alternating gadrooned rim and pierced scroll work to the body, on four cast scroll feet, with two removable cut glass bottles, the hinged covers engraved with a worn crest and with an acanthus thumb piece, with leaf-capped scroll handles, 17cm (6 3/4in) high, the stand 29.5cm (11 1/2in) long, the stand 668g (21.45 oz), in a later Bulgari cardboard box See Grimwade 1445 for John King's mark which also notes variations of the mark.

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