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Lot 151

A pair of George VI silver ecclesiastical candlesticks, Tudor Art Metal & Plating Co. London 1938, each with cylindrical socket within a shaped octagonal drip pan, on a knopped, faceted tapering stem and a stepped square base, weighted. Height 30cm, £300-500
A pair of George VI silver ecclesiastical candlesticks, Tudor Art Metal & Plating Co. London 1938, each with cylindrical socket within a shaped octagonal drip pan, on a knopped, faceted tapering stem and a stepped square base, weighted. Height 30cm, £300-500

Lot 152

A silver teapot, C.J. Vander Ltd, London 1964, of squat baluster form, the stepped domed cover with urn finial, wooden handle. Length across spout 26cm, 28 troy ounces, £200-300
A silver teapot, C.J. Vander Ltd, London 1964, of squat baluster form, the stepped domed cover with urn finial, wooden handle. Length across spout 26cm, 28 troy ounces, £200-300

Lot 153

A cased set of six Edward VIII Scottish silver "Castles" commemorative teaspoons, Saunders Shepherd & Co., Ltd, Edinburgh 1936, each terminal modelled as a castle including Edinburgh, Stirling and Dunvegan. 2.5 troy ounces, £60-80
A cased set of six Edward VIII Scottish silver "Castles" commemorative teaspoons, Saunders Shepherd & Co., Ltd, Edinburgh 1936, each terminal modelled as a castle including Edinburgh, Stirling and Dunvegan. 2.5 troy ounces, £60-80

Lot 154

A group of three Danish sterling silver and enamel Christmas spoons by A. Michelsen, Copenhagen: 1937, the pierced handle with blue enamel swallows; 1957, the handle enamelled in red with a graduated line of Christmas characters; and 1960, enamelled in orange, yellow and blue in a geometric pattern. (3) Longest 16.5cm, total c. 4 troy ounces, £60-90
A group of three Danish sterling silver and enamel Christmas spoons by A. Michelsen, Copenhagen: 1937, the pierced handle with blue enamel swallows; 1957, the handle enamelled in red with a graduated line of Christmas characters; and 1960, enamelled in orange, yellow and blue in a geometric pattern. (3) Longest 16.5cm, total c. 4 troy ounces, £60-90

Lot 155

A group of three Danish sterling silver and enamel Christmas spoons by A. Michelsen, Copenhagen: 1955, the handle enamelled in red, green and yellow with stylised leaves; 1963, the handle enamelled in blue, white and red with a mountain village scene; and 1973, the handle enamelled in grey with a family before a sun in splendour. (3) Longest 16.25, total c. 4.5 troy ounces, £60-90
A group of three Danish sterling silver and enamel Christmas spoons by A. Michelsen, Copenhagen: 1955, the handle enamelled in red, green and yellow with stylised leaves; 1963, the handle enamelled in blue, white and red with a mountain village scene; and 1973, the handle enamelled in grey with a family before a sun in splendour. (3) Longest 16.25, total c. 4.5 troy ounces, £60-90

Lot 156

A group of five 19th century American commemorative silver spoons, celebrating the 400th Anniversary of the Landing of Columbus at the World's Columbian Exhibition in Chicago, 1893, comprising: two with terminals of a bust of Columbus; one the figure of Liberty with the American eagle; one with anchor, the bowl chased "Hampton Rhodes, New York", with a scene of a naval review; the fifth chased to the bowl with an image titled "Woman's Building" (5). Longest 15.25cm, total c. 4 troy ounces, £80-120
A group of five 19th century American commemorative silver spoons, celebrating the 400th Anniversary of the Landing of Columbus at the World

Lot 157

A cased set of twelve silver reproduction "Tichborne" spoons, Birmingham Mint, 1979, the terminals representing the nine Worthies of Medieval folklore together with Christ, St. Peter and Elizabeth I, ed. 644/5000, in their original velvet-lined fitted case. (12) Length 12.5cm, total c. 8 troy ounces, £100-150
A cased set of twelve silver reproduction "Tichborne" spoons, Birmingham Mint, 1979, the terminals representing the nine Worthies of Medieval folklore together with Christ, St. Peter and Elizabeth I, ed. 644/5000, in their original velvet-lined fitted case. (12) Length 12.5cm, total c. 8 troy ounces, £100-150

Lot 158

A cased silver and enamel limited edition set of ten "Queen's Beasts" spoons, Toye, Kenning & Spencer, Birmingham 1977, ed. 1188/2500, the terminals with enamelled heraldic devices including the Lion of England, Unicorn of Scotia, Greyhound of Richmond etc. (10). Longest c. 14cm, total c. 15 troy ounces, £200-300
A cased silver and enamel limited edition set of ten "Queen

Lot 159

A pair of Edwardian silver vases, Matthew John Jessop, Birmingham 1906, of beaker form, each pierced with a band of foliate decoration (lacking glass liners). 8.75cm, total 4.8 troy ounces, £60-80
A pair of Edwardian silver vases, Matthew John Jessop, Birmingham 1906, of beaker form, each pierced with a band of foliate decoration (lacking glass liners). 8.75cm, total 4.8 troy ounces, £60-80

Lot 160

A matched set of four Victorian silver mustard spoons, one pair George Aldwinckle, London 1879, the other Francis Higgins III, London 1883, King's pattern, each with gilt bowl and engraved with a monogram (4) Total 3 troy ounces, £60-80
A matched set of four Victorian silver mustard spoons, one pair George Aldwinckle, London 1879, the other Francis Higgins III, London 1883, King

Lot 161

A composed late Victorian silver three-piece coffee service, the pot George Edward & Sons, Sheffield 1898, the cream and sugar John Round & Son, Sheffield 1895, each piece half reeded on an oval foot. Total 31 troy ounces gross, £250-350
A composed late Victorian silver three-piece coffee service, the pot George Edward & Sons, Sheffield 1898, the cream and sugar John Round & Son, Sheffield 1895, each piece half reeded on an oval foot. Total 31 troy ounces gross, £250-350

Lot 162

A George VI silver and engine-turned enamel compact, Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1937, square, the cover with a pale pink enamel panel within a black enamel border. 6.5cm square, 90 grams, £70-90
A George VI silver and engine-turned enamel compact, Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1937, square, the cover with a pale pink enamel panel within a black enamel border. 6.5cm square, 90 grams, £70-90

Lot 163

A George VI guilloche enamel and silver powder compact, Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1949, rectangular, the cover decorated with a landscape of silver birch within a white enamel border. 8.5cm by 7.8cm, 154 grams, £150-250
A George VI guilloche enamel and silver powder compact, Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1949, rectangular, the cover decorated with a landscape of silver birch within a white enamel border. 8.5cm by 7.8cm, 154 grams, £150-250

Lot 164

A pair of Irish silver leaf-form dishes, Royal Irish Silver Co., Dublin 1973. Each 13cm by 11.5cm, total weight 6 troy ounces, £80-120
A pair of Irish silver leaf-form dishes, Royal Irish Silver Co., Dublin 1973. Each 13cm by 11.5cm, total weight 6 troy ounces, £80-120

Lot 165

A George III silver wine coaster, London 1774 (maker's mark and date mark indistinct due to piercing), the turned mahogany base within a geometric pierced gallery, the shaped octagonal cartouche not engraved, raised on bifurcated legs on ball and claw feet. 6.5cm by 14cm, £120-180
A George III silver wine coaster, London 1774 (maker

Lot 166

A George VI silver salver, in 18th century style, Roberts & Dore, Sheffield 1944, circular, with scalloped rim and raised on scroll feet, with presentation inscription dated 1945. Diameter 30.5cm, 30 troy ounces, £300-500
A George VI silver salver, in 18th century style, Roberts & Dore, Sheffield 1944, circular, with scalloped rim and raised on scroll feet, with presentation inscription dated 1945. Diameter 30.5cm, 30 troy ounces, £300-500

Lot 167

A handsome George III silver-gilt table snuff box, John Linnit & William Atkinson, London 1812, rectangular, with bowed ends and engine-turned decoration to cover, sides and base. 3cm by 10.2cm by 4cm, 5 troy ounces, £300-500
A handsome George III silver-gilt table snuff box, John Linnit & William Atkinson, London 1812, rectangular, with bowed ends and engine-turned decoration to cover, sides and base. 3cm by 10.2cm by 4cm, 5 troy ounces, £300-500

Lot 168

A George III silver snuff box, John Linnit & William Atkinson, London 1813, rectangular, with engine turned decoration and reeded sides, the cover engraved with a monogram. 2cm by 7cm by 4.5cm, 2.5 troy ounces, £150-250
A George III silver snuff box, John Linnit & William Atkinson, London 1813, rectangular, with engine turned decoration and reeded sides, the cover engraved with a monogram. 2cm by 7cm by 4.5cm, 2.5 troy ounces, £150-250

Lot 169

A pair of white metal shell-form salts, probably mid-18th century, unmarked, of heavy gauge, each raised on three dolphin and pad feet, engraved with a crest and motto, "Sail Through" over a galleon and each further faintly engraved to the base with numerals. 9.5cm by 9cm, total weight 7 troy ounces, £150-250
A pair of white metal shell-form salts, probably mid-18th century, unmarked, of heavy gauge, each raised on three dolphin and pad feet, engraved with a crest and motto, "Sail Through" over a galleon and each further faintly engraved to the base with numerals. 9.5cm by 9cm, total weight 7 troy ounces, £150-250

Lot 170

Two Chinese coin-inset silver dishes, early 20th century: the first with a Hsuan Tung dollar within a planished circular dish engraved with bamboo, stamped marks; the second with a Year 23 "Junk" dollar within a planished circular dish, stamped mark for Tuck Chong to the base. (2) Please note that we cannot guarantee the authenticity of the coins and the estimates for this lot reflect this. Diameter of dishes 9cm, total weight 4.3 troy ounces, £100-150
Two Chinese coin-inset silver dishes, early 20th century: the first with a Hsuan Tung dollar within a planished circular dish engraved with bamboo, stamped marks; the second with a Year 23 "Junk" dollar within a planished circular dish, stamped mark for Tuck Chong to the base. (2) Please note that we cannot guarantee the authenticity of the coins and the estimates for this lot reflect this. Diameter of dishes 9cm, total weight 4.3 troy ounces, £100-150

Lot 171

A Victorian cased silver Christening spoon and napkin ring, Martin Hall & Co., Sheffield 1891, each engraved with foliate sprays, in its original satin and velvet lined fitted case. 2 troy ounces, £50-70
A Victorian cased silver Christening spoon and napkin ring, Martin Hall & Co., Sheffield 1891, each engraved with foliate sprays, in its original satin and velvet lined fitted case. 2 troy ounces, £50-70

Lot 172

Two 19th century gilt-bronze figural candelabra: the first of five lights, each baluster candle cup on a leaf-cast scrolling arm, the stem modelled as a seated putto, on a pierced shell and scroll-cast base; the second of four lights, the central cup issuing a shade carrier, the foliate-cast cups on leaf-cast scrolling arms, the stem modelled as a standing putto, on a shaped square base (both formerly converted for electricity). (2) Heights 50cm and 74cm, £200-300
Two 19th century gilt-bronze figural candelabra: the first of five lights, each baluster candle cup on a leaf-cast scrolling arm, the stem modelled as a seated putto, on a pierced shell and scroll-cast base; the second of four lights, the central cup issuing a shade carrier, the foliate-cast cups on leaf-cast scrolling arms, the stem modelled as a standing putto, on a shaped square base (both formerly converted for electricity). (2) Heights 50cm and 74cm, £200-300

Lot 173

Sampson Mordan, a gold (untested) retractable pencil, c. 1890, probably 10ct gold, engraved "S. Mordan & Co.", beside the arrow mark, the case scroll-engraved. Closed 65mm, gross weight 21 grams, £250-350
Sampson Mordan, a gold (untested) retractable pencil, c. 1890, probably 10ct gold, engraved "S. Mordan & Co.", beside the arrow mark, the case scroll-engraved. Closed 65mm, gross weight 21 grams, £250-350

Lot 174

A silver twin-handled bowl in the Arts & Crafts taste, G.L. Connell Ltd, Birmingham 1915, circular, with pierced foliate-cast rim, with a pair of loop handles, planished throughout, engraved maker's name to the base and stamped no. 477. Width across handles 25cm, 8.9 troy ounces, £120-180
A silver twin-handled bowl in the Arts & Crafts taste, G.L. Connell Ltd, Birmingham 1915, circular, with pierced foliate-cast rim, with a pair of loop handles, planished throughout, engraved maker

Lot 175

A cultured pearl cluster ring, the domed plaque set with multiple small pearls on a tapering yellow metal band with stamped marks (untested). Ring size M, £150-250
A cultured pearl cluster ring, the domed plaque set with multiple small pearls on a tapering yellow metal band with stamped marks (untested). Ring size M, £150-250

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