fine art

14th June 2012

Lot 301

A Swiss 14 ct gold cased chronographe quarter repeater, Hunter cased, knob wind, with 19 jewelled movement Shaton, the enamelled dial with subsidiary seconds dial and centre seconds stopwatch, the case stamped "0.585" for 14 ct gold (see illustration).

Not Sold

Lot 302

A pair cased pocket watch by Patrick Gordon of Edinburgh (1699-1749), with verge escapement and engraved balance cock, with silver dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary Arabic numerals inscribed "Gordon, Edinburgh", probably circa 1740. Outer case diameter approximately 54 mm (see illustration).

Sold for £1450

Lot 303

A Victorian spelter pocket watch stand, in the form of a seated bulldog raised on a marble plinth and with brass bound corners. Height 6.5 ins, length 5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 304

An 18 ct gold solitaire diamond ring, emerald cut diamond to yellow gold shank.

Not Sold

Lot 305

An 18 ct gold three stone diamond ring, yellow gold.

Sold for £150

Lot 306

A pair of 9 ct gold cufflinks, with sunburst pattern.

Sold for £30

Lot 307

A 9 ct gold cased gentleman's Omega wristwatch, with 9 ct gold strap, champagne dial with baton markers, 50 grams gross (see illustration).

Sold for £500

Lot 308

A pair of Art Deco gold coloured earrings, stamped "14 k". Length of drop 28 mm, screw back.

Sold for £50

Lot 309

A gold coloured bracelet, set with ruby coloured stones.

Not Sold

Lot 310

A gold coloured brooch, American, set with amethysts and pearls to circular foliate back and pin, stamped "14 k".

Sold for £50

Lot 311

A gold coloured bangle, probably Indian mark for the equivalent of 22 ct gold, 36.4 grams, ornate pierced work with screw locking clasp (see illustration).

Sold for £850

Lot 312

A Queen Elizabeth II sovereign, 1958, with mount.

Sold for £240

Lot 313

A 9 ct gold signet ring, 6.7 grams, together with two 9 ct gold charms and a further charm in the form of a slipper stamped "750".

Sold for £110

Lot 314

A pair of silver plated candelabra, in the Regency style, with detachable sconces, lobed and with three angled supports with paw feet raised on triform bases. Height 21.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 315

A silver plated Corinthian column oil lamp, with electrical fitting, with clear glass reservoir, Corinthian column and stepped base. Height including light fitting 39 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £200

Lot 316

A pair of silver plated candelabra, with centre and four branches, ornate pierced Rococo design, raised on four short bun feet. Height 16.5 ins, width 12 ins (see illustration).

Not Sold

Lot 317

A canteen of silver plated cutlery, twelve place settings, principally complete, the knives stamped "Robert F. Morley, Sheffield", housed in a mahogany cabinet with pair of doors enclosing five adjustable drawers, the whole raised on a table stand. Width 20 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £260

Lot 318

A Victorian silver presentation trowel, "Presented to "Mrs J. Tordoff by the Officers and Teachers Roscoe Place Wesleyan Sunday School, Leeds, July 18th 1891", foliate engraved, with ivory handle and stamped "Z. Barraclough & Sons, Leeds". Sheffield mark 1891. Length 11.25 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £120

Lot 319

A Victorian silver milk jug, bright cut engraved with bird and foliage, London mark 1885/6, 133 grams.

Sold for £65

Lot 320

A silver pin tray, London mark modern, 102 grams. Diameter 4.25 ins.

Sold for £42

Lot 321

A silver sauce boat, Queen Anne style with beaded edge, hallmark rubbed, 93 grams.

Sold for £45

Lot 322

A sterling silver part atomiser mounted on a wooden plinth, together with a cast silver coloured model of stag bearing marks but unclear.

Sold for £32

Lot 323

A Victorian silver plated serving set, comprising pickle fork, preserve spoon and butter knife in plush lined presentation case.

Sold for £28

Lot 324

A silver card case, rectangular, engine turned with gilt interior and canted angles, with sprung hinge and patent number 219190, Birmingham hallmark 1931. Length 2.5 ins.

Not Sold

Lot 325

A silver Vesta case, shaped outline, engine turned with vacant cartouche, by Samson Morden & Co., London, 1912.

Sold for £60

Lot 326

Two silver Vesta cases, shaped outline, repousse with foliate scrollwork, Birmingham hallmark 1902 and 1899.

Not Sold

Lot 327

A silver snuffbox, oval, plain, initialled "J.J.G.", with gilt interior, Birmingham mark modern.

Not Sold

Lot 328

A silver presentation cup, circa 1932, on Bakelite base bearing plaque "Lawrence Marsden 1932", mark rubbed. Overall height 6.5 ins.

Not Sold

Lot 329

An Asprey & Co. silver snuffbox, engine turned and with gilt interior, stamped for "Asprey & Co. Limited" and also "Asprey, London", London mark 1932. Width 3 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 330

A Garrard & Co. silver snuffbox, rectangular, of shaped outline, engine turned, London hallmark for 1914. Width 3 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £190

Lot 331

An early 20th century oval silver coloured snuffbox, with gilt interior, engine turned and with repeating bellflower ornament to head and foot. Width 3 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £210

Lot 332

A silver snuffbox, with gold coloured band, Birmingham mark modern, engine turned. Length 1.75 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £80

Lot 333

A Walker & Hall silver basket, pierced and repousse with masks and foliate scrollwork, Sheffield mark 1926, 299 grams. Width 11 ins.

Sold for £170

Lot 334

A silver basket, with folding handle, pierced body and raised on short scroll feet, Sheffield mark 1891, 180 grams. Length 7.5 ins.

Sold for £130

Lot 335

Six Walker & Hall silver table forks, Sheffield 1929, Fiddle pattern, monogrammed, 393 grams.

Sold for £170

Lot 336

Six silver table forks, Newcastle 1851, maker "T.S.", 312 grams.

Sold for £160

Lot 337

Six Victorian silver dessert spoons, Fiddle pattern, London 1869, 273 grams.

Sold for £130

Lot 338

Two sets of silver teaspoons, Fiddle pattern, one monogrammed with initials "A.C.", London 1858, the other set London 1846, 278 grams.

Sold for £125

Lot 339

Six George V silver teaspoons, Old English pattern, monogrammed with initials, Sheffield 1911, together with three serviette rings, various, 206 grams.

Sold for £85

Lot 340

A collection of silver plated wares, including circular tray, entree dish, chafing dish and two cream jugs.

Sold for £15

Lot 341

An Edwardian silver candlestick, Birmingham mark 1908, loaded, together with two silver topped dressing tables jars, Birmingham 1913 and an Edwardian silver top glass perfume bottle hall mark for Deakin & Harrison, Birmingham 1924.

Sold for £38

Lot 342

A set of four pedestal salts, winged cherubs playing drums seated upon a scalloped shell and with circular spreading foot with egg and dart moulding, stamped "925". Each width 42 mm (see illustration).

Sold for £110

Lot 343

A Victorian silver bowl, foliate engraved and interspersed with both engraved and plain cartouches, Sheffield mark 1884, 110 grams. Diameter 3.5 ins.

Sold for £110

Lot 344

A cased set of The Royal Horticultural Society Flower Spoons, twelve, sterling silver hallmarked and 24 ct gold, boxed and with certificate.

Not Sold

Lot 345

A Victorian silver plated toast rack, six divisions, together with two silver plated bottle coasters, and a small four division toast rack.

Sold for £40

Lot 346

A silver napkin ring, 1944, a pair of silver handled postage stamp tongs, hallmarked, a miniature anointing spoon, London hallmark 1936, a Georgian silver caddy spoon, London 1809, a silver plated sovereign and half sovereign case and a feeding spoon.

Sold for £40

Lot 347

A set of three George III silver lidded tankards, each with glass bottom, London mark 1792-3, probably William Hall, each with thumb piece, ring turned lid with coat of arms and ring turned body with loop handle. Heights from 7.25 ins to 5.75 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £3100

Lot 348

A 19th century silver plated four bottle condiment set.

Not Sold

Lot 349

A silvered coloured metal bowl, embossed and raised n a spreading circular foot, impressed mark "Silver", 930 grams.

Sold for £320

Lot 350

A George II set of three silver caddies, by Samuel Courtauld, The Huguenot Silversmith, London 1749 and comprising one oval sugar bowl and two matching circular tea caddies all of ogee form, the lids with vine leaf finials, shallow chased in the Rococo style with C scroll cartouches and flowers. The sugar box 5.6 ins in height, 5.25 ins in width, weight 584 grams (approximately 18.5 oz), the tea caddies each 6.25 ins in height, 550 grams (approximately 17.5 oz), each piece monogrammed "R.M.C." in cursive uppercase and housed in a burr yew wood sarcophagus shaped Regency case with holly stringing and gilt brass Anthemion ring handles circa 1810, length 14.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £5000

Lot 351

A pair of cast silver candlestick by Ebenezer Coker, London mark 1773, each with detachable sconce, knopped stem and spreading foot, 1380 grams (approximately 36 oz). Height 10.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £1300

Lot 352

A pair of Victorian Corinthian column candelabra, four branch with centre branch, each side branch detachable from central boss and raised on the Corinthian column beneath and with stepped beaded base, 3548 grams (approximately 110 oz), loaded. Height 19.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £2300

Lot 353

A Regency urn shaped tea caddy, oval, half lobed and with lion mask ring handles to either side, London mark 1802, possibly Timothy Renou, 464 grams (approximately 12 oz). Width 6.5 ins, height 5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £480

Lot 354

A four piece Victorian silver tea service, bright cut engraved, London mark 1874, 1883 grams gross (approximately 59 oz) (see illustration).

Sold for £980

Lot 355

A Victorian bullet shaped teapot, foliate engraved, Edinburgh mark 1844, 691 grams. Height 7 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £400

Lot 356

A George III silver tankard, of baluster form, London mark 1796, maker Thomas Oliphant, 383 grams. Height 5.25 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £320

Lot 357

A Regency silver tankard, baluster form, London mark 1903, makers mark for Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan and J. Bult, 345 grams. Height 5.25 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £320

Lot 358

A George III silver cream jug, of elongated helmet form, bright cut engraved, with loop handle and square base, makers mark probably John Lamb. Height 5.75 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £130

Lot 359

An Edwardian silver tray, of shaped rectangular outline with carrying handle to either side, engraved with floral swags and baskets of fruit, Sheffield mark 1910, 2020 grams. Length 21 ins, width 13.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £900

Lot 360

Six silver dessert spoons, Rats Tail pattern, together with six dessert forks matching, 624 grams, Sheffield mark 1926.

Sold for £240

Lot 361

An early 19th century silver basket, heavily embossed with flowers and scrollwork, Birmingham mark 1827, 476 grams, maker W. & R. Diameter 10.25 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £360

Lot 362

Six silver Fiddle pattern dessert forks, London mark 1838, and with six similar dessert spoons, London 1841, 557 grams.

Sold for £260

Lot 363

Six silver dessert spoons, Newcastle 1843, makers mark for John Walton.

Sold for £80

Lot 364

Three George III tablespoons, London mark 1800, 197 grams.

Sold for £75

Lot 365

A silver cream jug, raised on four ball feet, Newcastle mark circa 1800.

Sold for £95

Lot 366

A three piece silver tea service, London 1940 and 1942, 1068 grams.

Sold for £450

Lot 367

A cased set of silver fish servers, Birmingham mark 1853, with pierced blades and hollow handles.

Sold for £130

Lot 368

A silver coloured fruit basket, with loop handle, the body repousse with foliate scrollwork, tested as silver but no visible hallmark, 1364 grams (see illustration).

Sold for £580

Lot 369

A George III silver cream jug, London 1806, makers mark rubbed, 124 grams. Height 3.75 ins.

Sold for £70

Lot 370

A Victorian silver plated candle snuffer with matching tray.

Sold for £42

Lot 371

Six silver Fiddle pattern table forks, London marks for 1821 and 1844, 406 grams.

Sold for £175

Lot 372

Six Victorian silver Kings pattern teaspoons, double struck, London 1866.

Sold for £75

Lot 373

A pair of Victorian silver grape scissors, London 1893, 151 grams. Length 7.25 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 374

A George III silver sauce ladle, London mark 1835, 81 grams.

Sold for £38

Lot 375

Three George III silver tablespoons, Old English pattern, London mark 1800, 199 grams.

Sold for £80

Lot 376

A four piece silver tea service, bright cut engraved, stamped "W. Sturrock, Edinburgh", bearing lozenge registration mark, London hallmark for 1887, 1385 grams gross (see illustration).

Sold for £680

Lot 377

A Victorian silver desk stand, comprising pair cut glass inkwells, taper stick holder and snuffer to pierced and foliate engraved stand raised on short scroll feet, London mark 1846, 1139 grams gross. Width 10 ins (see illustration).

Not Sold

Lot 378

A George III silver basket, with pierced handle and body repousse with swags, urns and also pierced, 804 grams, maker Chas Aldridge and Henry Green, London mark 1774. Length 13 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £600

Lot 379

A Continental silver coloured model of a windmill with figures at foot, bearing hallmarks but unclear, together with a Scottish silver model of a Viking longship, Glasgow mark probably 1937.

Sold for £85

Lot 380

A pair of silver hors d'oeuvres servers, ornately pierced and engraved by the French Silversmith Doutre-Roussel, circa 1900. Each length 14.5 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 381

A set of six silver fruit knives, early Victorian, with solid silver blades and repousse scroll handles, in leather, velvet and silk lined presentation box, hallmarked for London 1862, makers mark "RFM"

Sold for £60

Lot 382

A cut glass scent bottle, Georgian, with original silver dropper spoon by William Chawner of London, circa 1810.

Sold for £70

Lot 383

A pair of silver sugar tongs, Edwardian, wishbone design by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, hallmarked 1903.

Not Sold

Lot 384

A silver pill box, of small oval form intricately engraved with leaves and flowers on a chased bark effect ground.

Sold for £38

Lot 385

Two solid silver figures, a boy with a hoop and man with trumpet, circa 1950, together with a silver car charm, Dutch hallmarks.

Sold for £28

Lot 386

A silver Oriental model, two men in a horse and carriage, possibly Chinese.

Sold for £95

Lot 387

A silver model, Dutch, a fishmonger at a stall, hallmarked for H. Hooijkaas of Schoonhoven, circa 1943.

Sold for £75

Lot 388

An Arts & Crafts tea caddy spoon, handmade, with lapis cabochon to knop.

Sold for £100

Lot 389

A silver model of a saddled horse, the horse standing by a pail of water by a fence on a base of polished blue granite, St. Petersburg hallmark.

Sold for £450

Lot 390

An Edward VIII leather travelling case with outer canvas cover, complete with lift out tray containing a quantity of silver mounted accessories, Birmingham hallmark for 1948.

Sold for £160

Lot 391

A cast silver fox corkscrew, with ruby coloured eyes, Birmingham hallmark 1957. Length of fox 19 mm.

Sold for £190

Lot 392

A pair of baluster vases, each with foliate rim and circular spreading foot, loaded, London mark 1910.

Sold for £65

Lot 393

A pair of silver vases, repousse with birds and foliate scrollwork, with integral sconces, Birmingham 1957, loaded. Height 4.25 ins.

Sold for £85

Lot 394

A pair of silver candlesticks, loaded, with integral sconces, Birmingham 1923. Height 5.25 ins.

Sold for £55

Lot 395

A silver presentation cup, mounted on a Bakelite plinth, Birmingham mark 1931. Width 8 ins, height including plinth 6 ins.

Sold for £50

Lot 396

A photograph frame, with silver coloured mount. Internal measurements 8 ins x 5.75 ins.

Sold for £30

Lot 397

A 3-piece silver tea service, 677 grams gross, Birmingham mark 1931.

Sold for £300

Lot 398

A pair of silver serviette rings, cased, the case marked "Sutton, Goldsmith & Jewellers, Whitehaven", each being bright cut and bearing hallmark for Birmingham 1895.

Sold for £55

Lot 399

Two silver brandy labels and a silver Vesta case, London marks 1967, Birmingham 1967 and Chester 1903 respectively.

Sold for £52

Lot 400

A silver toddy ladle, London 1745, with turned hardwood handle.

Sold for £110