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Fine Jewellery, Silver and Objects of Vertu

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury


370 lots with images

November 28, 2012

Live Auction

24 Maddox Street

London, W1S 1PP United Kingdom

Phone: 0203 291 2832

Fax: 01635 553599

Email: info@bloomsburyauctions.com

370 Lots
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A set of four late Victorian silver navette

Lot 50: A set of four late Victorian silver navette

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Description: A set of four late Victorian silver navette pedestal salt cellars by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Birmingham 1893, with twin ring handles, embossed with swags and lobing to the bowls, the pedestals oval and moulded, 10.2cm (4in) long, three spoons by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Birmingham 1892, and one spoon later, 137g (4.4 oz) gross, in a fitted case

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An Edwardian silver shaped oval twin handled tray

Lot 50A: An Edwardian silver shaped oval twin handled tray

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Description: An Edwardian silver shaped oval twin handled tray by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1905, the raised border with a plain moulded rim, the handles conforming, engraved with a crest, 66cm (26in) long, 2927g (94.1 oz) The crest of RADCLIFFE.

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A Victorian silver rose or punch bowl by

Lot 51: A Victorian silver rose or punch bowl by

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Description: A Victorian silver rose or punch bowl by Goldsmiths' Alliance Ltd (Joseph & Horace Savory), London 1889, applied trade label for Goldsmiths' Alliance, the beaded and arcaded band with flowers and foliage above a scroll band divided by flowers and grapes amidst foliage, the interior gilt, 221cm (8 3/4in) diameter, 482g (15.5 oz)

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A Victorian silver circular and wrythen lobed

Lot 52: A Victorian silver circular and wrythen lobed

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Description: A Victorian silver circular and wrythen lobed three piece tea service by William Comyns & Sons, London 1888, the tea pot with a composition ball finial to the domed cover and a wooden loop handle, the cream jug and sugar basin with cast scroll handles, the tea pot 24cm (9 1/2in) long, 778g (25.05 oz) gross

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A Victorian silver mounted cut glass claret jug by

Lot 53: A Victorian silver mounted cut glass claret jug by

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Description: A Victorian silver mounted cut glass claret jug by Mappin & Webb (John Newton Mappin), London 1888, the plain flat cover with an ovoid thumb piece, the angular handle with a lobed ball at the angle, the collar engraved with Vitruvian scroll and stiff leaf bands, on an ovoid body, 22cm (8 1/2in) high

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A Victorian silver mounted heart shape dressing

Lot 54: A Victorian silver mounted heart shape dressing

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Description: A Victorian silver mounted heart shape dressing table mirror by William Comyns & Sons, London 1886, headed by a vacant cartouche, pierced and embossed with grotesque masks, a soldier, a knight and knight's head amidst flowering scroll foliage, on an ebonised wooden board with an easel back, 34cm (13 1/2in) high

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A Victorian silver oval centre bowl by Martin,

Lot 55: A Victorian silver oval centre bowl by Martin,

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Description: A Victorian silver oval centre bowl by Martin, Hall & Co., London 1882, with a waved gadrooned rim, embossed with ribbon tied husk swags above acanthus leaves, the spreading oval foot with conforming leaves, 30.5cm (12in) long, 915g (29.4 oz)

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An Aesthetic Movement silver circular three piece

Lot 56: An Aesthetic Movement silver circular three piece

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Description: An Aesthetic Movement silver circular three piece early morning tea service by Edward Ker Reid, London 1880, the tea pot with a ball finial to the dome centred cover, an angular handle and engraved with a butterfly, a bird, a brocade band and foliage in japanesque taste, 17cm (6 3/4in) long, 381g (12.25 oz) gross

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A Victorian silver electrotype circular pedestal

Lot 57: A Victorian silver electrotype circular pedestal

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Description: A Victorian silver electrotype circular pedestal ewer, maker's mark 'J.G&SONS' (not traced), Birmingham 1873, with a Renaissance foot soldier finial to the domed cover with masks and cartouches, a leaf-capped S-scroll handle, a bearded mask spout, the body with figural panels titled 'Nolvi', 'Solertia' and 'Patientia', the conical foot with further masks, 27.5cm (10 3/4in) high, 827g (26.6 oz)

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A Victorian silver Treasury inkstand by Garrard &

Lot 58: A Victorian silver Treasury inkstand by Garrard &

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Description: A Victorian silver Treasury inkstand by Garrard & Co., London 1870, stamped for Garrard & Co. as retailers, the twin hinged covers engraved with a trellis and foliate border with vacant cartouches and oval portrait reserves to the angles, plain sides, fitted for two wells (one glass well lacking), on four bun feet, 20cm (8in) wide, 882g (28.35 oz)

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[Indian colonial horse racing interest] A

Lot 59: [Indian colonial horse racing interest] A

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Description: [Indian colonial horse racing interest] A Victorian silver twin handled trophy cup and cover by John, Edward, Walter & John Barnard (Barnard & Sons Ltd), London 1868, with a classical female finial to the anthemion decorated centre domed cover, beaded angular handles, four oval reserves, one with a classical horse racing scene, on a multi knop spreading pedestal, presentation engraved, 34cm (13 1/2in) high, 1366g (43.95 oz) The presentation reads 'Presented by His Highness Sir Jaswant Singjee, K.C.S.I. Takhoor Saheb of Bhownuggur Kattywak Race Meeting January. 1869. Won By'. Bhaunagar, or Bhavnagar, was a native state of India in the Kathiawar agency, Bombay. The maharajah or Takur Sahib from 1854 to 1870 was Sir Jashwantsinhji Bhavsinhji (1827-1870) of the famous clan of the Gohel Rajputs of Kathiawar.

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A Victorian silver and electro-plate circular

Lot 60: A Victorian silver and electro-plate circular

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Description: A Victorian silver and electro-plate circular tapered four piece tea and coffee service, the tea pot and cream jug by John, Edward, Walter & John Barnard (Barnard & Sons Ltd), London 1868, the coffee pot and sugar basin plated, with chased finials to the flush hinged flat covers, tongue-capped angular handles, engraved with strap work bordered oval reserves on a trellis ground, engraved with a crest, the tea pot 22.5cm (9in) long, the coffee pot 22.5cm (9in) high, the tea pot and cream jug 926g (29.75 oz) gross. The unidentified unusual hippocampus-type crest is known as a sea-faun in heraldry.

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A Victorian silver twin handled mug by Edward &

Lot 61: A Victorian silver twin handled mug by Edward &

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Description: A Victorian silver twin handled mug by Edward & John Barnard, London 1852, with vine stock handles, embossed with fruiting vine, on a foliate base, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) high; and a hexafoil small bowl by Edward & John Barnard, London 1856, the beaded rim divided by foliage, the cast open work base of scrolls and foliage, 10cm (4in) diameter, 347g (11.15 oz) gross

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A pair of Victorian cast silver candlesticks by

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Description: A pair of Victorian cast silver candlesticks by Walker Knowles & Co., Sheffield 1847, shaped square in mid Georgian style, with anthemion angles, 23cm (9in) high, loaded

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A Victorian silver panelled baluster three piece

Lot 63: A Victorian silver panelled baluster three piece

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Description: A Victorian silver panelled baluster three piece tea service by Edward, John & William Barnard, London 1846 (the sugar basin 1847), the tea pot with a seated chinaman finial to the conical cover, a scroll outlined rim, a C-scroll handle, foliate and scroll engraved panels and on a shaped circular spreading foot, 25.5cm (10in) long, 1483g (47.65 oz) gross

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An early Victorian silver mounted amethyst glass

Lot 64: An early Victorian silver mounted amethyst glass

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Description: An early Victorian silver mounted amethyst glass decanter by Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1839, with a bunch of grapes finial, a double lipped collar with tendrils and vine leaves, the bottle with a facetted neck and base band, 38cm (15in) high

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A William IV silver tapered circular three piece

Lot 65: A William IV silver tapered circular three piece

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Description: A William IV silver tapered circular three piece tea service by Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1835 (the cream jug 1836), the tea pot with a flower finial to the domed cover, a leaf wrapped loop handle, a foliate rim, embossed with flowering foliage, on panel feet with anthemion and C-scrolls, 29cm (11 1/2in) long, 1418g (45.6 oz) gross

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A William IV silver oblong toast rack by Henry

Lot 66: A William IV silver oblong toast rack by Henry

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Description: A William IV silver oblong toast rack by Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield 1833, the loop handle issuing from an anthemion boss, seven twin scroll dividers, the oblong open base on four shell and scroll bracket feet, 16.5cm (6 1/2in) long, 335g (10.75 oz)

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A pair of George IV cast silver candlesticks by

Lot 67: A pair of George IV cast silver candlesticks by

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Description: A pair of George IV cast silver candlesticks by John Watson & Son, Sheffield 1824, shaped circular with bold scroll and foliate decoration, detachable sconces, leafy capitals, shouldered fluted tapering stems and moulded bases, engraved 'HH', 33.5cm (13 1/4in) high, loaded

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A late George III silver oblong salver by John &

Lot 68: A late George III silver oblong salver by John &

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Description: A late George III silver oblong salver by John & Thomas Settle, Sheffield 1818, engraved with a scroll and rocaille reserve and a scrolling flowering foliate border, the raised rim with chased flowering foliage, on four paw feet, engraved with a crest and a motto 'Vincere Vel Mori', 30.5cm (12in) long, 984g (31.6 oz) The crest and motto of MacDOUGALL of MacDougall, Dunollie, Oban, Argyllshire.

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A late George III silver circular tea pot by

Lot 69: A late George III silver circular tea pot by

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Description: A late George III silver circular tea pot by Benjamin I & Benjamin II Smith, London 1817, with a flower finial to the slightly domed cover, a wooden loop handle, a nulled rim, a flower head central band, a lobed base, on a circular spreading foot, 26.5cm (10 1/2in) long, 842g (27.05 oz)

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A pair of late George III silver oblong entrée

Lot 70: A pair of late George III silver oblong entrée

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Description: A pair of late George III silver oblong entrée dishes, covers and handles by Richard Cooke, London 1811, the gadrooned scroll handles issuing from leaves, with gadrooned border and rims, engraved twice with a coat-of-arms, engraved a family crest and a Persian crown on a cushion inside the bases, 31.5cm (12 3/8in) long, 4617g (148.45 oz) The arms are for Sir Harford Jones (1764-1847) who was created a baronet in 1807. Originally in the service of the East India Company, he was Ambassador at the Court of Persia 1807-1811 and the dexter side of this shield show his paternal arms for Jones of Presteign, Radnorshire augmented by honorific insignia for a Baronet who has been awarded the Persian Order of the Crescent. By Royal licence dated 4th May 1826 Sir Harford Jones took the additional name of BRYDGES with licence to bear the BRYDGES arms alone. His arms are here impaled with those of GOTT for his 1796 marriage to Sarah, eldest daughter of Sir Henry Gott of Newland Park, Bucks., and widow of Robert Whitcomb of Herefordshire. Sir Harford was made a Privy Councillor in 1835 and died in 1847. He left two daughters and a son, on whose death in 1891 the baronetcy became extinct.

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A set of four George III silver circular plate

Lot 71: A set of four George III silver circular plate

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Description: A set of four George III silver circular plate warmers by Benjamin Smith, London 1807, the plain borders with hinged covers over the water apertures, twin hinged double scroll handles, on scalloped foot rims, engraved with the Royal coat-of-arms, engraved with the initials 'H.I.B' for Harford Jones-Brydges beneath, 23.5cm (9 1/4in) diameter, 4572g (147 oz) The Royal coat of arms were, in this instance, for ambassadorial use. Sir Harford Jones (1764-1847) was originally in the service of the East India Company, and was Ambassador at the Court of Persia from 1807, the date of these plate warmers, until 1811. On his appointment he was created a baronet and was awarded the Persian Order of the Crescent. By Royal licence dated 4th May 1826 Sir Harford Jones took the additional name of Brydges with licence to bear the Brydges arms alone. He married Sarah, eldest daughter of Sir Henry Gott of Newland Park, Bucks., and widow of Robert Whitcomb of Herefordshire in 1796. Sir Harford was made a Privy Councillor in 1835 and died in 1847. He left two daughters and a son, on whose death in 1891 the baronetcy became extinct.

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A pair of George III silver oval salt cellars,

Lot 72: A pair of George III silver oval salt cellars,

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Description: A pair of George III silver oval salt cellars, marker's marks indistinct ('..H', possibly Hennell family), London 1805, with everted gadrooned rims with foliated scroll handles, plain sides and gadrooned foot rims, 11.5cm (4 1/2in) long, 189g (6.05 oz)

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A George III silver circular tea pot by Thomas

Lot 73: A George III silver circular tea pot by Thomas

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Description: A George III silver circular tea pot by Thomas Ellerton & Richard Sibley I, London 1803, with a circular lobed finial to the flat cover with a cape rim, a tongue-capped loop handle, on a circular base with a moulded foot, 26cm (10in) long, 944g (30.35 oz) gross

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A George III silver straight-tapered tankard by

Lot 74: A George III silver straight-tapered tankard by

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Description: A George III silver straight-tapered tankard by George Smith II & Thomas Hayter, London 1799, the slightly domed cover with a pierced thumb piece, a leaf-cappped scroll handle, the body with moulded broad girdles, later engraved with scroll work and a crest, 20cm (8in) high, 1070g (34.4 oz) The crest of THOMAS of Lavenham, Suffolk and of GATE/GATES.

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A George III silver swollen oval hotwater pot by

Lot 75: A George III silver swollen oval hotwater pot by

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Description: A George III silver swollen oval hotwater pot by Robert I & David II Hennell, London 1799, with an urn finial to the domed cover, a wooden loop handle, threaded rims, engraved with Vitruvian scroll bands, two wreath reserves, one with a later monogram 'MV' and 'A ma chere Marie de sa vieille amie C. du J. 29 Avril 1897', 21cm (8 1/4in) high, 573g (18.4 oz) gross

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A George III silver oval pedestal coffee pot by

Lot 76: A George III silver oval pedestal coffee pot by

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Description: A George III silver oval pedestal coffee pot by Peter Podio, London 1793, with an oval ebonised wood finial to the fluted domed cover, a later harp shaped ebonised wood handle, the body half fluted, on a shaped oval foot, engraved with a crest, 25.5cm (10in) high, 887g (28.55 oz) gross The unidentified crest of a Cornish chough standing on a sea snail.

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A George III silver navette pedestal sugar basket

Lot 77: A George III silver navette pedestal sugar basket

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Description: A George III silver navette pedestal sugar basket by William Abdy II, London 1793, with a threaded swing handle and rims, engraved with a leafy and scroll band, two navette reserves, one with a gothic 'L', the other with a crest within a belt with a motto 'Bidd Llu Hebb Llydd', on a navette pedestal foot, 14.3cm (5 5/8in) long, 187g (6 oz) The crest granted to Arthur Gambell LEWIS of Seatown, co. Dublin, of Clanamully, co. Monaghan and of Kilcullen, co. Kildare

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A George III silver oval serving dish by John

Lot 78: A George III silver oval serving dish by John

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Description: A George III silver oval serving dish by John Scofield, London 1789, the border engraved with a crest, with a nulled rim, engraved 'No. 15', 'Hakes' and scratch weight '64.2' beneath, 46.5cm (18in) long, 1944g (62.5 oz) The crest of JARRETT.

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A George III silver straight-tapered tankard,

Lot 79: A George III silver straight-tapered tankard,

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Description: A George III silver straight-tapered tankard, maker's mark 'W..', London up to 30th November 1784 (no duty mark), the double domed cover with a scroll thumb piece, an S-scroll handle terminating in a heart, a moulded girdle and skirt base, later embossed with a cartouche and presentation engraved, the interior regilded, 18cm (7in) high, 751g (24.15 oz) The inscription reads 'Presented by the Right Hon. Baron Methuen to Mr. John Washbourne Brown of Uffcot. As a Prize Adjudged by the Committee of the Chippenham Agricultural Association For the best Six Acres of Swede Turnips Grown in 1841'. Paul Methuen, 1st Baron Methuen (1779-1849) was from a distinguished family and lived at Corsham Court near Chippenham. He was created a baron in 1838, having been the Member of Parliament for Wiltshire and Wiltshire North.

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A George III silver shaped circular salver by

Lot 80: A George III silver shaped circular salver by

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Description: A George III silver shaped circular salver by Richard Rugg, London 1779, the raised border with a scroll and shell rim, on three ball-and-claw feet, later engraved with initials 'GNW', 31cm (12 1/4in) diameter, 878g (28.25 oz)

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A George III silver oblong inkstand by Edward

Lot 81: A George III silver oblong inkstand by Edward

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Description: A George III silver oblong inkstand by Edward Aldridge, London 1771, with three glass cubes, two as wells and one a sander, each resting in pierced galleries with gadrooned edges, with two pen wells and gadrooned edge, on four ball-and-claw feet, 18cm (7in) long, 316g (10.15 oz) weighable

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An early George III silver ogee baluster sugar

Lot 82: An early George III silver ogee baluster sugar

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Description: An early George III silver ogee baluster sugar caster by Jabez Daniell & James Mince, London 1768, with a wrythen finial to the pierced and engraved domed cover, nulled borders and on a circular foot, 17.5cm (7in) high, 201g (6.45 oz)

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Two conforming pairs of silver cauldron salt

Lot 83: Two conforming pairs of silver cauldron salt

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Description: Two conforming pairs of silver cauldron salt cellars, by David & Robert I Hennell, London 1764, and by John Wakefield, London 1828, with shaped nulled rims, embossed with a reserve engraved 'G', flowers and foliage, on shell feet, 8cm (3in) diameter; with four fiddle pattern salt spoons by William Eaton, London 1829, 580g (18.65 oz) gross; together with four blue glass liners

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An early George III silver shaped circular salver

Lot 84: An early George III silver shaped circular salver

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Description: An early George III silver shaped circular salver by Thomas Hannam and John Crouch I, London 1766, the raised border with a moulded rim with shells, engraved with a scroll and flowering foliate band and an armorial, on three pad feet, 30.5cm (12in) diameter, 868g (27.9 oz) The arms of PINNEY, originally of Bettiscombe, Dorset. The Rev'd John Pynney (d. 1705) of Bettiscombe was succeeded by his barrister son Nathaniel, the estates then passed to John Frederick Pinney, MP for Bridport, who inherited them on the 1760 death of his cousin, Azariah Pinney, sometime Sheriff of Dorset. In 1762 to be succeeded by 22 year old John Pretor, a slightly distant relative, who assumed by royal licence the Pinney name and the arms engraved on this salver. After ten years John married Alice Weekes, daughter of a soldier garrisoned on the island of Nevis. They gave rise to the locally-prominent Pinney family of Somerton Erleigh, Somerset.

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A pair of early George III silver Corinthian

Lot 85: A pair of early George III silver Corinthian

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Description: A pair of early George III silver Corinthian column candlesticks by Emick Romer, London 1763, the square sconces with stiff leaf borders, with open work leafy capitals, stop fluted stems, on spreading and fluted bases with leaf angles and border, scratch weights of '1:: 14:15' and '2:: 14:4', 32.5cm (12 3/4in) high, loaded The crest of BRYDGES.

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A pair of late George II cast silver hexafoil

Lot 86: A pair of late George II cast silver hexafoil

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Description: A pair of late George II cast silver hexafoil candlesticks by James Morison, London 1759, the sconces with shells at the points, reel capitals, multiknop stems and on hexafoil bases with shells, engraved with a crest, 23cm (9in) high, 1057g (34 oz) The crest recorded for YATES, WINTRINGHAM, VAMPAGE, TOT, STUART, ROWLATT, PACKINGTON, ORPEN, MONTAGUTA, NICOL, LLEWELLYN, KEDMARSTON, JOHN, INGLIS, HYATT, GRAMMER, FORD, ENGLISH, DE LA FAYE, COOK, BATT, AYLOFFE and nearly 200 further names.

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A late George II silver vase shape sugar caster,

Lot 87: A late George II silver vase shape sugar caster,

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Description: A late George II silver vase shape sugar caster, probably by John Wirgman, London 1753, with a turned finial, a dot and scroll pierced domed cover, moulded rim, girdle and foot, engraved with a crest, 19cm (7 1/2in) high, 291g (9.35 oz) The crest of CARSEY of Dykelborough, Norfolk, viz. a hand and arm couped at the elbow vested azure purfled and cuffed argent holding in the hand a bunch of gilliflowers proper.

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A George II silver oval sauce boat, maker's mark

Lot 88: A George II silver oval sauce boat, maker's mark

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Description: A George II silver oval sauce boat, maker's mark 'J..', possibly John Berthellot, London 1750, with a leaf-capped flying scroll handle, a shaped rim, on three scroll and stepped pad feet, engraved with an armorial, 18.5cm (7 1/4in) long, 332g (10.65 oz) Engraved on a lozenge for a spinster with the arms of FITZGERALD. See Grimwade, no. 1179 for the putative maker's mark.

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A George II silver oval sauce boat, maker's mark

Lot 89: A George II silver oval sauce boat, maker's mark

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Description: A George II silver oval sauce boat, maker's mark indistinct, London 1749, with a leaf-capped flying scroll handle, a shaped rim and on three scroll and stepped trefoil pad feet, engraved with a script 'L' and flowers, 16cm (6 1/4in) long, 242g (7.8 oz)

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A George II silver shaped circular salver by John

Lot 90: A George II silver shaped circular salver by John

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Description: A George II silver shaped circular salver by John Cafe, London 1745, flat chased with a band of panels of figures, flowers, fruiting vine and a bowl and spoon divided by C-scrolls, scale and rocaille work, the raised border with a moulded rim, rocaille work and scrolls, on three hairy paw and ball feet, engraved with an armorial, 30cm (12in) diameter, 903g (29.05 oz) These arms of BLENCOWE quartering WALLESTON were first recorded in 1681 after the marriage (circa 1625) of John Blencowe of Marston St Lawrence, Northants. to Mary Walleston of Ruislip, Middx. John Blencowe was the successor-in-law to Thomas Blencowe who had been granted the manor of Marston St Lawrence in the reign of Henry VI. The parish church houses a notable Blencowe monument. By 1747 the estate had passed to a further John Blencowe who, dying unmarried, left the property to his nephew, Samuel Jackson. Jackson assumed the surname and arms of Blencowe, and his eldest son, John Jackson Blencowe, served as High Sheriff of Northamptonshire in 1827.

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A George II silver straight tapered coffee pot by

Lot 91: A George II silver straight tapered coffee pot by

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Description: A George II silver straight tapered coffee pot by Thomas Whipham, London 1743, with a ball finial to the double domed cover, a wooden double scroll handle, on a tuck-in base, engraved with an armorial, 24cm (9 1/2in) high, 793g (25.5 oz) gross The arms are of BRYDGES of Bosbury, Herefordshire.

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A George II silver shaped circular salver by

Lot 92: A George II silver shaped circular salver by

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Description: A George II silver shaped circular salver by Phillips Garden, London 1743, flat chased with a band of rocaille and scale work, fruiting vine, flowers and scrolls, the raised border with a moulded rim, shells at intervals, on four leaf and scroll feet, engraved with an armorial, 44cm (17 1/4in) diameter, 2113g (67.95 oz) The arms of BRYDGES impaling WOLTON.

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A pair of George II silver vase shape casters by

Lot 93: A pair of George II silver vase shape casters by

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Description: A pair of George II silver vase shape casters by Thomas Bamford I, London 1732, with turned finial to the domed cover pierced alternately with panels of trellis and scrolls, moulded rims and girdles, on waisted circular bases, engraved with an armorial, 14cm (5 1/2in) high, 298g (9.6 oz) The arms of BRIDGES impaling WOLTON.

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A silver shaped oval pill box by S. J. Rose & Son,

Lot 94: A silver shaped oval pill box by S. J. Rose & Son,

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Description: A silver shaped oval pill box by S. J. Rose & Son, Birmingham 1971, stamped for Dunhill as retailers, the cover and base engine turned, the sides with scroll foliage, the interior gilt, 3.8cm (1 1/2in) long; a lozenge shape trinket box by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1913, plain with bead and reel borders, the interior gilt, 7.8cm (3in) long; and a propelling pencil by Sampson Mordan & Co., incuse stamped 'S. Mordan & Co 3' only, scroll foliate engraved, with a suspension ring, 8.8cm (3 1/2in) long (open) (3)

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An early Victorian silver gilt shaped rectangular

Lot 95: An early Victorian silver gilt shaped rectangular

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Description: An early Victorian silver gilt shaped rectangular vinaigrette by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1847, engraved overall with scroll foliage, the cover with an applied reserve engraved 'MP.', a foliate chased thumb piece, the interior with a scroll foliate pierced grille, 3.5cm (1 3/8in) long, 18g

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An early Victorian silver shaped rectangular

Lot 96: An early Victorian silver shaped rectangular

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Description: An early Victorian silver shaped rectangular vinaigrette by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1847, the cover and base with diagonal bands, the cover cartouche vacant, a floral chased thumb piece, the shaped sides with engine turning, the gilt interior with a flower and scroll foliate pierced grille, 4.2xcm (1 5/8in) long, 27g

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[Irish interest] A William IV silver rectangular

Lot 97: [Irish interest] A William IV silver rectangular

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Description: [Irish interest] A William IV silver rectangular snuff box by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1836, the cover engraved 'Presented by The Members of The Hibernian Loan Society to Mr Andrew Halliday Dublin 1871' within a raised chased flower and scroll border, the base engine turned, the sides conformingly chased, the interior gilt, 7cm (2 3/4in) long, 82g

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A George IV silver gilt rectangular snuff box by

Lot 98: A George IV silver gilt rectangular snuff box by

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Description: A George IV silver gilt rectangular snuff box by Thomas Peacock, London 1821, the cover and base engine turned with foliate chased borders and thumb piece, the cover engraved with a crest to a reserve, the inside of the cover engraved 'In Memory of Lady Leighton. ob. 5 Nov. 1828', 6.3cm (2 1/2in) long, 61g The crest of Sir William LEIGHTON (d. 1826), Lord Mayor of London for 1806-1807.

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