antiques & fine art sale

30th - 3rd December 2021

Starting at 10.00 am each day

Viewing - Sunday prior 10am - 4 pm, Monday prior 10 am - 5 pm, and also throughout each sale day.

Tuesday 30th November - Lots 1-528 The Principal Contents of Greystoke Castle, Nr. Penrith

Wednesday 1st December - Lots 529-615 - Asian Art, 616-714 - Ceramics and Glassware, Lots 715-860 - Jewelllery, Watches, Pocket Watches and Coins, Lots 861-1100 - Silver and Allied Wares

Thursday 2nd December - Lots 1101-1273 Paintings, Drawings and Prints, Lots 1274-1426 - Objects of Arts and Collectors' Items, Lots 1427-1531 - Books, Stamps and Postcards, Lots 1532-1564 - Textiles

Friday 3rd December - Lots 1565-1699 - Tables Boxes, Wall Clcoks, Barometers and Mirrors, Lots 1700-2118 - Furniture, Longcase Clocks and Dining Tables

You can bid on this sale online, by leaving bids with Mitchells by email upto 9.30 am on the day of the sale or prior ([email protected]) or by attending the saleroom and registering to bid.  To bid online please click on the Saleroom link and follow the instructons given.  Please note if you use the online facility you will pay both our buyer's premium of 22% + VAT and the saleroom charge of 4.95% + VAT on the hammer.  CARD PAYMENT ONLY

Lot 799

An 18 ct white gold topaz and diamond set ring, topaz +/- 12 carats, diamonds 0.6 carats. Size M.

Estimated: £150 - £250

Lot 800

An 18 ct white gold brilliant cut diamond ring, the centre diamond .62 carats, colour grade F clarity VS2 and with five square cut diamonds to each shoulder. Size O, with insurance certificate for £3850 and GIA certificate also.

Estimated: £500 - £800

Lot 801

An 18 ct white gold tanzanite ring, size O/P.

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 802

An 18 ct white gold diamond set half hoop ring, size N/O.

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 803

An 18 ct gold and platinum sapphire and diamond three stone ring, size M.

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 804

A George III silver cased Verge pocket watch by Gater of London No. 6547, the white enamelled dial with Roman and Arabic numerals to the movement with pierced and engraved watch cock and square baluster pillars, the case hallmarked for London 1765, with pair case for same. 5 cm diameter (lacking bone and pendant).

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 805

A 9 ct gold and citrine bracelet, set with oval brilliant cut stone +/- 5 carats with integral circular links. Gross weight 8 grams.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 806

A Victorian Pinchbeck oval mourning brooch, set to centre with plaited hair within scrolled border. 6 x 5 cm.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 807

A Victorian 9 ct gold and black enamelled mourning ring, the face set with plaited hair. Ring Size O, Birmingham 1866.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 808

A Victorian gold coloured metal oval locket, the face with open cartouche, inset with a lock of hair and seed pearls. 4 cm x 2.5 cm, a Victorian gold coloured metal oval locket, the face set in blue enamel and with seed pearls with a star and three other Victorian gold coloured metal lockets.

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 809

A Victorian gold coloured metal mourning ring, set with two emeralds and four sections of plaited hair. Ring Size M.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 810

A Victorian jet oval brooch of leaf design, carved to face with armorial, the back with ring mount for wearing as a pendant. 5 cm x 4.5 cm.

Estimated: £30 - £40

Lot 811

Two George III 1797 cartwheel pennies.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 812

A 9 ct gold sovereign bracelet George V. 32 grams gross.

Estimated: £400 - £600

Lot 813

A 9 ct gold mounted cameo brooch, with profile portrait and ornate mount, stamped 9 ct, gross weight 16 grams, height 5.5 cm, width 4.5 cm.

Estimated: £70 - £100

Lot 814

A Victorian gold coloured metal mounted chalcedony oval mourning brooch, set to centre with plaited hair surrounded by sixteen small cabochon turquoises. 4.5 cm x 3.2 cm.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 815

A Victorian 1897 Jubilee gilt metal coin, contained in glazed silver double sided pendant case. 3 cm diameter.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 816

A Workington Bank one guinea 3rd June 1809 note. Signed John Stein for Woodsmith & Stein.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 817

A small collection of coins and bank notes, including George III 1797 cartwheel penny, 1902 florin, 1887 crown etc.

Estimated: £70 - £100

Lot 818

A late Victorian 9 ct gold watch chain, with graduated flattened circular links and hung with T bar. 16 grams (see illustration).

Estimated: £200 - £250

Lot 819

An 18 ct gold wedding band of plain design, Size Q, weight 4 grams.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 820

A pair of gents 18 ct gold cufflinks, with oval engraved faces and hollow links. Weight 5 grams.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 821

A pair of gents 18 ct gold cufflinks, with oval engraved faces and crossed golf clubs links. Weight 3 grams.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 822

An Elizabeth II 9 ct gold signet ring, Size P, Birmingham 1979. Weight 0.5 gram, one other ring and a pair of Victrix 22 ct gold plated on silver cufflinks with engraved oval faces.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 823

A Queen Victoria 1837-1897 diamond jubilee gold coloured metal medallion, together with two others, one white metal and one bronze metal, all in fitted cases.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 824

Eighty three Victorian, Edwardian and George V silver half crowns, (mostly worn).

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 825

Sixty six Victorian, Edwardian and George V silver florins (mostly worn).

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 826

A George III 1820 silver shilling, a William IV 1836 silver shilling, together with sixty one Victorian, Edwardian and George V silver shillings (all mostly worn).

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 827

A quantity of Elizabeth II pre and post decimal coinage, including 1951 Festival of Britain crowns.

Estimated: £30 - £40

Lot 828

Two Victorian 1873 silver Gothic florins, an Elizabeth I 1567 silver shilling and a quantity of mixed George III and later UK and Channel Islands coinage, including a Victoria 1854 penny.

Estimated: £70 - £90

Lot 829

A James II 1689 gun money token, a Frederick King of Prussia 1757 Protestant token and nine UK George III and later tokens.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 830

A USA 1834 white metal 25 cents, a Victorian Canadian 1870 silver 25 cents, a Victorian Australian 1859 peace and plenty copper token and a quantity of Victorian and later international coinage.

Estimated: £70 - £90

Lot 831

A Chinese "Cash" coin, 4.7 cm diameter, weight 42 grams, eleven other Chinese "Cash" coins of varying ages, two British West Africa pennies (1936 and 1941), a Moroccan 1869 (AH 1286), four Falus coin and three other eastern coins.

Estimated: £30 - £40

Lot 832

A large quantity of mixed 19th century and later UK and European coinage and tokens.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 833

A 9 ct yellow gold diamond cluster ring, Size Q/R.

Estimated: £80 - £120

Lot 834

A 9 ct white gold solitaire diamond ring, +/- .15 carats. Size O/P.

Estimated: £75 - £125

Lot 835

An 18 ct yellow gold tanzanite and diamond cluster ring, tanzanite 4.49 carats, ring Size N(see illustration).

Estimated: £3000 - £4000

Lot 836

An 18 ct white gold sapphire line bracelet, sapphire weight +/- 8 carats, length 18 cm.

Estimated: £1200 - £1800

Lot 837

An 18 ct white gold diamond and amethyst set necklace, with matching ear clips, the two section pendant height 6 cm, maximum width 2.5 cm.

Estimated: £2500 - £3000

Lot 838

A pair of 18 ct yellow gold diamond cluster earrings, the diamond centres +/- 1.02 carats in total (see illustration).

Estimated: £2800 - £3200

Lot 839

An 18 ct south sea pearl white gold and diamond set ring, Size N.

Estimated: £2000 - £3000

Lot 840

An 18 ct white gold ruby and diamond cluster ring, ruby 3.76 carats, diamonds +/- .40 carats. Size M/N (see illustration).

Estimated: £2800 - £3200

Lot 841

A pair of 18 ct white gold diamond stud earrings, diamond weight +/- .80 carats in total.

Estimated: £1800 - £2200

Lot 842

A 14 ct white gold diamond set butterfly necklace.

Estimated: £7000 - £10000

Lot 843

A large platinum diamond and emerald brooch, diamond weight +/- 22 carats, emerald weight +/- 4 carats, length 7 cm, height 4.5 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £7000 - £10000

Lot 844

An 18 ct diamond solitaire pendant with chain, diamond weight +/- 1.16 carats.

Estimated: £4000 - £6000

Lot 845

An 18 ct gold ruby and diamond ring, ruby +/- 2.35 carats, diamonds +/- .2 carats. Size M (see illustration).

Estimated: £2800 - £3200

Lot 846

A platinum diamond and Ceylon sapphire set ring, sapphire +/- 1.27 carats, diamonds +/- .22 carats. Size M.

Estimated: £1000 - £1500

Lot 847

An 18 ct opal pendant on chain, opal +/- 16.82 carats.

Estimated: £1000 - £1500

Lot 848

An 18 ct white gold ruby and diamond ring, ruby +/- 9.51 carats. Size L/M (see illustration).

Estimated: £3200 - £3800

Lot 849

An 18 ct pearl and diamond set pendant.

Estimated: £450 - £600

Lot 850

An 18 ct white gold sapphire and diamond three stone ring, sapphire +/- 1.53 carats. Size L/M.

Estimated: £2200 - £2800

Lot 851

An 18 ct yellow gold emerald and diamond ring, emerald weight +/- .76 carats, ring Size L/M.

Estimated: £2500 - £3000

Lot 852

An 18 ct pink sapphire and diamond set bracelet, sapphire +/- 17.72 carats, diamonds +/- 1.34 carats, length 17.5 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £5000 - £7000

Lot 853

A platinum fine Ceylon sapphire and diamond ring, sapphire +/- 2.72 carats. Size J/K.

Estimated: £3200 - £3800

Lot 854

A pair of 18 ct white gold Tiffany style diamond stud earrings, diamond weight +/- 1.59 carats.

Estimated: £2800 - £3200

Lot 855

An 18 ct white gold diamond ring, with centre pear shaped diamond +/- .70 carats. Size M.

Estimated: £2800 - £3200

Lot 856

An 18 ct white gold sapphire and diamond bracelet, sapphire weight +/- 19.8 carats, diamonds +/- .80 carats. Length 18 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £5000 - £7000

Lot 857

An 18 ct Russian style diamond wedding band, diamond weight +/- 1.66 carats. Size M.

Estimated: £2000 - £2500

Lot 858

An 18 ct yellow gold diamond solitaire ring +/- 2.56 carats, Size L, with World Gemological Institute Certificate J SI2 round brilliant cut (see illustration).

Estimated: £10000 - £15000

Lot 859

An 18 ct yellow gold diamond solitaire ring +/- 3.01 carats, Size L/M with World Gemological Institute Certificate J SI1 (see illustration).

Estimated: £12000 - £18000

Lot 860

An Australian $200 gold coin. 10 grams.

Estimated: £250 - £350

Lot 861

A pair of silver candlesticks, with detachable sconces, Corinthian capitals and square stepped beaded bases, Sheffield 1897, maker Harrison Brothers & Howson. Height 16 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £80 - £120

Lot 862

An Edwardian EPNS four piece tea service, teapot, hot water jug, sugar basin and cream jug. Tallest 20 cm.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 863

A George III Newcastle silver tankard by John Langlands, 1760-1768. 442 grams. Height 13 cm, base diameter 11.5 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £400 - £600

Lot 864

A Victorian silver christening mug, foliate engraved, London 1883, maker William Hutton & Son. 182.5 grams. Height 10 cm.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 865

A Victorian silver cream jug, London 1879, maker probably Robert Harper. 154 grams, height 11 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 866

A Victorian silver dish, with bale handle, London 1881, maker Thomas Bradbury & Sons, 139 grams, length 14.5 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 867

An Edinburgh silver salver, 1814, maker George Fenwick, 683 grams, diameter 28.5 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 868

A Victorian canteen of silver cutlery by Henry Holland (Holland Aldwinckle & Slater), comprising 12 table forks, 12 dessert forks, 12 tablespoons, 12 dessert spoons, 1876, 1877 and 1878. 2739 grams (see illustration).

Estimated: £800 - £1200

Lot 869

A pair of silver mustard pots, each with blue glass liner, Sheffield 1924, together with a pair of matching pepperettes of the same date, maker William Hutton & Sons Ltd, 312 grams excluding liners.

Estimated: £120 - £180

Lot 870

A pair of silver open salts, London 1814, maker Samuel Hennell & John Terry, 243 grams excluding liners. Length 9.25 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 871

A silver photograph frame, with easel back, 1996, maker Carrs of Sheffield, frame outer dimensions 18.5 cm x 13.5 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 872

A silver tea strainer with stand, 1936, maker William Neale & Son Ltd. Width 12 cm.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 873

A silver table cigarette box, inscribed to Flying Officer E.W. Mitchell RAF, from the Officers RAF Biggin Hill 1939, engine turned, Elkington & Co 1938. Length 19 .5 cm, depth 9.8 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 874

A silver plated Goliath pocket watch by James Aitchison maker, to the King Edinburgh, in planished silver carrying case, London 1904, maker William Comyns & Sons.

Estimated: £50 - £100

Lot 875

A cased set of six silver coffee spoons and sugar tongs, by Mappin & Webb Ltd, 1930.

Estimated: £20 - £40

Lot 876

Twelve pairs of Victorian silver plated fish knives and forks, together with a pair of plated servers and a silver mounted bun fork.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 877

A silver fruit knife with mother of pearl handle, marked EE Mitchell, the blade Birmingham 1890, maker George Unite. Length open 14 cm.

Estimated: £20 - £40

Lot 878

Ten silver handled table knives, probably late Georgian handles with stainless steel blades, hallmarks rubbed, feint monogram. Lengths 25 cm, together with ten matching smaller, length 22.5 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 879

Six silver plated fiddle pattern table knives, length 14.5 cm, with six matching smaller, length 22 cm.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 880

A Bornand Brothers of Bristol carriage clock, timepiece only. Height 11 cm excluding carrying handle with case.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 881

A silver plated sauce boat of large form, a plated decanter coaster, drinks coaster, plated spoon and fork, jam spoon, pickle fork, Dorchester plate butter knife, fruit serving spoon and plated napkin ring.

Estimated: £10 - £20

Lot 882

A pair of Victorian silver grape shears, London 1878, maker Chawner & Co (George William Adams).

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 883

A set of twelve Victorian silver teaspoons by H.J. Lias & Son, London 1873, 352 grams.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 884

A pair of London silver sauce ladles 1810, maker probably Thomas Dicks, with wheatsheaf crest, together with a matched set of six silver teaspoons with similar crest, a matched pair of condiment spoons with similar crest and a pair of Victorian silver salt spoons by Harrison Brothers, also with same monogram, 200 grams.

Estimated: £70 - £100

Lot 885

A Victorian silver caddy spoon by H.J. Lias & Son 1867, together with a Victorian silver serviette ring Birmingham 1876, three matched silver teaspoons, a Victorian silver fork, a silver butter knife, two matched silver condiment spoons, a silver preserve spoons with pierced trefoil and a silver three tine fork with mother of pearl handle.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 886

A pair of Victorian silver sugar tongs, with beaded edge, a similar plated spoon and a pair of Victorian silver teaspoons.

Estimated: £20 - £40

Lot 887

A four piece silver tea service Birmingham 1975, maker Barker Ellis Silver Company, 1662 grams (see illustration).

Estimated: £500 - £600

Lot 888

A silver three branch candelabra, Birmingham 1976, maker Barker Ellis & Co, weighted. Width 33 cm, height 17 cm.

Estimated: £80 - £120

Lot 889

A silver oval tray Sheffield 1976, maker Roberts & Belk, 1113 grams. Length 40 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 890

A silver oval bowl, with shell and scroll moulded edge, Sheffield 1976, maker Roberts & Belk, 464 grams. Length 25.5 cm.

Estimated: £120 - £180

Lot 891

A silver waiter, Sheffield 1974, 240 grams, diameter 20 cm.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 892

A silver bowl, with repousse Tudor rose centre, London mark 1974, maker C.J. Vander Ltd, 248 grams. Diameter 17.5 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 893

A cased silver mounted dressing set, engine turned two brushes, comb and mirror, 1947.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 894

A cased silver dressing table set, in blue plush lined case, engine turned and foliate decorated, Birmingham 1967, maker Barker Ellis Silver Company.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 895

Two silver and enamelled dressing table sets, one by Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1935, maker W.I. Broadway & Co.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 896

A pair of silver plated fish servers, together with twelve pairs of fish knives and forks and a quantity of silver plated cutlery.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 897

A moulded glass claret jug, with silver plated mount, a Parks of London candle holder in the form of a watering can together with a hip flask. Tallest 32 cm.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 898

Four silver plated decanter or bottle coasters, each with wooden base. Diameter 12.5 cm.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 899

A walnut cased canteen, twelve pairs of fruit knives and forks, together with two other cased sets, fish servers, ladle and fish knives and forks.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 900

A cased six pieced silver backed dressing table set, Birmingham 1910.

Estimated: £80 - £120

Lot 901

An early 20th century silver backed mirror repousse with angels. Height 23 cm.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 902

A cased three piece silver dressing table set, by Broadway & Co.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 903

Six silver mounted picture frames, various. Largest 20 cm x 14 cm.

Estimated: £70 - £100

Lot 904

A Victorian silver mounted flask, London 1886. Height 15.5 cm.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 905

Seven silver mounted dressing table bottles and jars, tallest 23.5 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 906

Six silver spoons with matching tongs, with shell shaped bowls.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 907

A pair of continental silver coloured metal candlesticks. 513 grams. Height 28 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 908

Four pairs of miscellaneous silver sugar tongs, 228 grams.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 909

A silver caddy spoon, two decanter labels, two small pillboxes and a Madeira label.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 910

Five silver and metal thimbles, two enamelled.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 911

A collection of silver spoons, button hooks, Ricard bottle stops etc.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 912

A silver coloured vinaigrette on 925 stamped silver chain. Diameter 20 mm.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 913

A small silver photograph frame, with oval aperture, together with a swizzle stick, fruit knife etc.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 914

A George III silver oval basket, London 1789, maker Henry Green. 225 grams, length 16.5 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 915

A pair of silver plated decanter or bottle coasters. Diameter 18 cm.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 916

A five piece Danish silver coffee service, including tray. 1812 grams gross.

Estimated: £700 - £900

Lot 917

A 19th century silver salver by Hunt & Roskell London 1853, 532 grams, width 23.5 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £400 - £500

Lot 918

An antique continental silver coloured metal beaker, marks to underside. 111 grams. height 11 cm.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 919

A Danish silver coffeepot, 752 grams.

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 920

A large Victorian spirit kettle with stand and burner, by James Dixon & Son Sheffield 1875. All pieces hallmarked, 2861 grams. Height 48 cm, width (maximum 26.5 cm) (see illustration).

Estimated: £800 - £1200

Lot 921

An early 19th century silver tankard, repousse with chinoiserie scenes and with dragon form handle, London hallmark rubbed but probably 1803. The tankard bears the crest of The Spencer family with the motto "Dieu defend le droit" (God defends the right), 510 grams. Height 13 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £200 - £400

Lot 922

A silver dressing table tray London 1911, repousse with bellflower ornament and centre garland, maker Robert Pringle & Sons. 450 grams, length 35 cm, depth 21 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £150 - £250

Lot 923

A silver cylindrical vessel Sheffield 1907, with pierced sides decorated with various fish and with clear glass liner, maker Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd. Weight excluding liner 313 grams (see illustration).

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 924

A large silver table cigarette box, Birmingham 1901, maker A & J Zimmerman. Length 21 cm, bearing various inscriptions.

Estimated: £70 - £100

Lot 925

A collection of five silver gilt topped dressing table jars, London 1942, maker B & G West. Tallest 17.5 cm.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 926

A Georgian silver fish slice, London 1821, maker probably Solomon Hougham, 260 grams, length 34 cm.

Estimated: £70 - £100

Lot 927

A set of five Irish silver teaspoons, 1834, maker Christopher Cummins, together with three miscellaneous silver dessert forks. 301 grams.

Estimated: £80 - £100

Lot 928

A combined ring and jewellery box, Birmingham 1910, maker Arthur and John Zimmerman. Width 9 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 929

A collection of twelve miscellaneous dressing table mirrors and brushes, comprising one set of four matching and two sets of three and one other pair, various makers, various marks.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 930

A collection of miscellaneous silver flatware, including three pairs of tongs, various servers, glove stretcher, spoon etc. (17).

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 931

A silver hat pin stand, Birmingham 1905.

Estimated: £20 - £40

Lot 932

A silver plated and clear glass lemonade jug. Height 26 cm.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 933

A late Victorian silver plated oval two handled tray. Length 69 cm.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 934

A George III silver helmet form cream jug by JL, with reeded rim and handle, the body later embossed with flowers and scrolls. London 1797. 13 cm high, together with a similar Georgian similar oval sugar basin with folding bale handle. 10 cm high (incompletely hallmarked), combined weight 317 grams.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 935

An Edwardian silver photograph frame, Birmingham 1904. External dimensions 18 cm x 13.5 cm, together with another of plain form, Chester 1915.

Estimated: £50 - £100

Lot 936

A late Victorian silver chatelaine clip, Birmingham 1900, together with a pair of scissors and a silver hallmarked purse, import mark for 1901, together with four button hooks and four thimbles.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 937

A silver cigarette case, together with two silver mounted shoehorns, two button hooks and a case of six silver teaspoons, Birmingham 1927.

Estimated: £40 - £50

Lot 938

A George III silver two handled trophy, possibly by William Bennett with leaf capped handles anthemion frieze, the starburst cartouche engraved "A present from the owners of the Brig Prince of Wales to William Gaitskill 1814". London 1814. 24 cm high, weight 874 grams.

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 939

A George III silver tankard by John Langlands, with later fruit embossed baluster body, Newcastle, probably 1771. 13 cm high, weight 180 grams.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 940

A Victorian silver goblet with beaded foot rim by Henry John Lias, London 1878, 18 cm high, 156 grams.

Estimated: £80 - £100

Lot 941

A pair of George V silver regimental spoons by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1906, each 19.5 cm long, combined weight 52 grams.

Estimated: £30 - £40

Lot 942

A George IV silver Madeira decanter label, probably by William M Traies, embossed with fruiting vines and putti, London 1824. 5 cm x 3.5 cm with chain for same, gross weight 5 grams.

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 943

A George V silver cigarette case by George Unite, the front with engraved armorial, 11 cm x 8 cm, Birmingham 1918, weight 74 grams.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 944

A large silver plated on copper two handled tray, with fruiting vine border and engraved centre. Width 77 cm, depth 47 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 945

A pair of silver plated table salts, figural, male and female. Height 15 cm, weighted.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 946

An Edinburgh silver gravy spoon, 1831, maker William Scott Peet. 125 grams. Length 31 cm.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 947

A Birmingham silver spirit kettle with stand and burner 1914, maker Henry Williamson Limited. 1168 grams (see illustration).

Estimated: £350 - £400

Lot 948

A George V silver cream jug and matching sugar basin, of Art Deco design with angular handles and geometric strap work by William Neale, Birmingham 1931, combined weight 24 grams, contained in fitted box retailed by Rowell & Son Ltd, Oxford, sold together with a silver napkin ring.

Estimated: £80 - £100

Lot 949

A Victorian silver bowl 1885 maker Martin, Hall & Co (Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall) repousse with swags and foliage. 372 grams, length 20 cm, height 9 cm.

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 950

A silver mounted sugar caster, a silver plated caster and a Danish Pasarel-Berg silver plated three light candle holder. Width 15 cm.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 951

An Edwardian silver hat pin stand by Arthur Johnston Smith 1909, with spider, fly and cobweb top and stamped Registered 535260. Height 9.5 cm, base diameter 9 cm.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 952

A George III silver fiddle pattern basting or gravy spoon, by Thomas Watson, the terminal engraved "This spoon with four others was given to Mr Allan Kirk by the Kendal Agricultural Society for the best grass and turnips, 16th October 1813". 120 grams, Newcastle 1814, length 30 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 953

A set of five 19th century Scottish provincial silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, probably James Begg Aberdeen (1837-1844). Weight 67 grams.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 954

An early 19th century German white metal cigarette case, the lid engraved with view of Hamburg, 7 cm x 4.5 cm.

Estimated: £30 - £40

Lot 955

Eight George III and later silver caddy spoons by John Bettridge, displaying various styles and patterns, all with Birmingham assay marks and hallmarked between the dates 1793-1830, together with one other silver caddy spoon by Cocks & Bettridge with pierced rim, Birmingham 1804 (see illustration).

Estimated: £500 - £700

Lot 956

Nine George III silver caddy spoons by Joseph Taylor, displaying different styles and patterns, all with Birmingham assay marks and hallmarked for the years 1794-1798 (see illustration).

Estimated: £500 - £700

Lot 957

Two George III silver leaf form caddy spoons by Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1807 and 1808.

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 958

Three George III silver leaf form caddy spoons by Matthew Linwood, with scrolled terminals, Birmingham 1804-1807.

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 959

A George III silver gilt leaf form caddy spoon by Matthew Linwood, with scrolled terminal, Birmingham 1808, another silver and silver gilt leaf form caddy spoon by Matthew Linwood together with a William IV silver gilt leaf form caddy spoon by John Wilkinson, Birmingham 1832.

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 960

Two late 18th/early 19th century white metal mounted shell caddy spoons, the mount by Matthew Linwood, the fiddle pattern terminals with impressed makers mark but not hallmarked.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 961

Eleven George III and later silver caddy spoons by Matthew Linwood, displaying different patterns and styles, all hallmarked for Birmingham and marked for dates 1809-1818 (see illustration).

Estimated: £550 - £700

Lot 962

A pair of William IV silver gilt fiddle pattern caddy spoons with embossed leaf bowls by William Bateman, London 1834.

Estimated: £70 - £90

Lot 963

A George III silver mounted shell caddy spoon, with Kings pattern terminal, hallmarked for London 1814, together with an 18th century white metal mounted shell caddy spoon, the fiddle pattern terminal with with indistinct makers mark and engraved with initials DMA.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 964

An early Victorian silver caddy spoon by Chawner & Co, with leaf cast scrolled terminal and silver gilt scallop bowl, London 1854 (see illustration).

Estimated: £80 - £100

Lot 965

Three George III silver caddy spoons of similar design, with pierced terminals and scalloped bowls, all incompletely hallmarked with lion passants and makers marks only (see illustration).

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 966

Seven George III and later silver caddy spoons, with short terminals and scalloped bowls, various dates and makers, some incompletely hallmarked with purely lion passant and makers marks.

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 967

Four George III silver caddy spoons, with scalloped bowls (two incompletely marked with purely lion passant and makers mark), together with six 18th century white metal caddy spoons, all with scalloped bowls and marked only with makers marks.

Estimated: £250 - £300

Lot 968

A William IV silver leaf pattern caddy spoon by Edward Barton, London 1831, two other silver caddy spoons, together with a silver plated fiddle pattern caddy spoon by John Gilbert sold with Brook House label.

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 969

A George III silver caddy spoon, with feather engraved shaped floral bowl, London 1807, and a George III silver caddy spoon with oval pierced bowl by Duncan Urquhart & Naphtali Hart, London 1799.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 970

A George III silver shovel form caddy spoon, with turned fruitwood handle by Samuel Knight, the bowl hallmarked for London 1815 and a George IV silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon with rectangular bowl by William Bateman, London 1823.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 971

A Victorian cast silver caddy spoon, with fisherman figural terminal and scalloped bowl, London 1860 (see illustration).

Estimated: £30 - £40

Lot 972

Three George IV silver caddy spoons (various dates and makers), three 18th/19th century silver caddy spoons, incompletely marked with lion passant and makers marks only, together with two early 19th century white metal caddy spoons.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 973

A William IV cast silver vine leaf pattern caddy spoon, by Charles Reilly & George Storer, London 1830.

Estimated: £80 - £100

Lot 974

A George III silver scallop form caddy spoon by RG, London 1776, the terminal with bird armorial.

Estimated: £30 - £40

Lot 975

Two George IV silver fiddle pattern caddy spoons, the bowls engraved with Ho Ho birds and foliage respectively, hallmarked for London 1821.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 976

Four George III silver caddy spoons by Elizabeth Morley, displaying different patterns and styles including silver gilt leaf form spoon, hallmarked variously for London 1803-1811.

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 977

Eight George III silver caddy spoons by Josiah Snatt, displaying different patterns and styles, including hand form spoon and silver gilt spoon with heart bowl, all hallmarked for London with dates between 1802 and 1817 (see illustration).

Estimated: £250 - £300

Lot 978

Seven George IV and William IV silver caddy spoons by Ledsam & Vale, displaying different patterns and styles, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1819 and 1830 (see illustration).

Estimated: £300 - £350

Lot 979

A George III silver shovel form caddy spoon, with carved mother of pearl terminal, the silver gilt bowl embossed with flowers by Thropp & Taylor, Birmingham 1812.

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 980

Six George III silver caddy spoons, probably by John Lawrence, displaying different patterns and styles, all hallmarked for Birmingham within the years 1809 and 1812 (see illustration).

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 981

A George III silver jockey cap caddy spoon, possibly by William Rudkins, London 1815, together with an 18th/19th century white metal caddy spoon (see illustration).

Estimated: £70 - £90

Lot 982

A George III silver caddy spoon, with engraved old English terminal, the scalloped bowl with central bead line, probably by Walter Brind or William Burch, sold together with two other George III silver caddy spoons.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 983

Two George III silver caddy spoons by Peter & Ann Bateman, with scalloped bowls, both hallmarked for London 1796 (see illustration).

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 984

A George III silver caddy spoon, with scalloped bowl, probably by George Smith, London 1783, and another similar by Richard Crossley, London 1786, three George III silver scallop bowl caddy spoons, incompletely hallmarked with only lion passant and makers marks and two other 18th century white metal caddy spoons (see illustration).

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 985

A George III silver caddy spoon by Richard Crossley, with deep circular bowl, London 1784, one other silver caddy spoon by Richard Crossley, three other George III silver caddy spoons and a George III silver caddy spoon with pierced bowl by George Nangle, London 1801.

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 986

Four George III silver caddy spoons by Urquhart & Hart, displaying different styles and patterns, all hallmarked for London between years 1799 and 1807 (see illustration).

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 987

A George IV silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon by William Eaton, engraved throughout with flowers and with silver gilt scalloped bowl, London 1827, a George III silver caddy spoon by William Eaton, London 1800, four other George III and later silver caddy spoons together with an 18th century white metal caddy spoon, the bowl inset with George III coin (see illustration).

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 988

Nine George III silver caddy spoons by Thomas James, displaying various shapes and styles and including a spoon with pierced bowl, all hallmarked for London between 1808 and 1815 (see illustration).

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 989

A George III silver caddy spoon, possibly by William Bennett, with scalloped bowl, London 1807, a George III silver leaf form caddy spoon by Thomas Wallis and Jonathan Hayne, London 1811, together with ten other George III and later silver caddy spoons (see illustration).

Estimated: £500 - £700

Lot 990

A group of six George III silver caddy spoons by unidentifiable Birmingham maker W, comprising pair of leaf capped spoons, two other leaf design spoons, a shovel form spoon with turned handle and one other white metal shovel formed spoon of reeded design (incompletely hallmarked), all marked between 1806 and 1809 (see illustration).

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 991

Six George III silver caddy spoons by William Pugh, displaying different shapes and designs including hollow handles, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1811-1816, together with one other silver caddy spoon probably by William Pugh (see illustration).

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 992

Three George III silver caddy spoons of different design by Wardell & Kempson, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1806 and 1818, together with one other spoon probably by the same maker.

Estimated: £80 - £100

Lot 993

An important collection of twenty three George III silver caddy spoons by Cocks & Bettridge, displaying a very wide range of different designs including one with carved mother of pearl terminal, one with spade handled terminal and one with filigree bowl, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1804-1816 (see illustration).

Estimated: £1000 - £1500

Lot 994

A George III silver jockey cap caddy spoon by Thomas Law Sheffield 1811, together with an early 19th century silver plated jockey cap caddy spoon.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 995

A Victorian cast silver scallop form caddy spoon by Holland, Son & Slater London 1881, a George III silver caddy spoon with interesting figural terminal and scalloped bowl by Sarah John and William Blake, London 1814, a George IV silver shovel form caddy spoon, probably by William Knight II, London 1827, together with three other George III silver caddy spoons and one other 18th century incompletely marked silver caddy spoon.

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 996

Two George III silver circular caddy spoons of chinoiserie design, by unidentified Birmingham maker W, the embossed bowls decorated with the same design of a standing figure. 3.5 & 4.25 cm diameter respectively, hallmarked for Birmingham 1807 and 1808, together with two other George III silver caddy spoons.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 997

A George II silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon by Sarah John and William Blake London, 1817, with shaped leaf engraved oval bowl, a George III silver caddy spoon by Thomas Wallis II, with leaf engraved bowl, London 1786, together with four other George III and later silver caddy spoons (including one by Barnard Brothers and one incompletely hallmarked).

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 998

A George IV silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon by Parkes & Latham, the bowl embossed with shells and with leaf cast terminal, Birmingham 1822.

Estimated: £40 - £60