Silver, Jewellery & Furniture Sale
on Thursday 4th & Friday 5th June 2009

Lots: 299-314 of 1120

Lot

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299

A PAIR OF FISH SERVERS with bone handles, by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1916, in a fitted case
Estimate: 80-120

Nil

    

80

299A

A PART SET OF MOTHER OF PEARL HANDLED FRUIT EATERS, Sheffield Assay, mixed makers and dates, in a fitted case
Estimate: 100-200

Nil

    

140

299B

A PAIR OF APOSTLE SPOONS, by Mappin & Webb, London 1896, in a fitted case
Estimate: 50-100

Nil

    

60

299C

A CONTINENTAL SERVING SPOON, with an engraved stem, possibly 19th century, the finial surmounted by a lion holding a shield, and a pair of Georgian pierced sugar tongs and a pair of wishbone sugar tongs (3)
Estimate: 50-100

Nil

    

90

299D

A SET OF FIVE VICTORIAN DESSERT FORKS of Fiddle pattern, monogrammed, by George Adams, 1862 and later and a set of three Scottish tablespoons, a pair of tablespoons and two Fiddle pattern tablespoons by George Adams (c.23oz) (a lot)
Estimate: 100-200

Nil

    

170

299E

A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS, including three Irish examples, Dublin 1820 and a set of six tableforks , London 1844 (c.32oz) (a lot)
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

    

220

299F

A HARLEQUIN SET OF SIX VICTORIAN DESSERT FORKS of Fiddle pattern, monogrammed, by George Adams, London circa 1863, (6)
Estimate: 50-100

Nil

    

70

299G

A SET OF SIX DESSERT SPOONS of Fiddle pattern, makers mark of WB, London 1822 and nine other examples, of mixed makes and dates, (c.20oz)
Estimate: 100-200

Nil

    

150

299H

A PAIR OF GEORGE III TABLE SPOONS by Peter and William Bateman, London 1805, and four further Old English pattern table spoons, one with bright-cut decoration, two Fiddle pattern table spoons and a quantity of Old English pattern dessert spoons, some crested (c. 23oz) (a lot)
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

    

150

299I

A SET OF SIX FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS, Sheffield 1898, and a harlequin set of six Newcastle made dessert spoons, a butter knife and a quantity of bone handled fish eaters (a lot)
Estimate: 100-200

Nil

    

210

299J

A SET OF SIX EARLY 20TH CENTURY FISH KNIVES AND FORKS with loaded handles, by John Round, Sheffield 1900, in a fitted case
Estimate: 100-200

Nil

    

110

299K

A CONTINENTAL SERVING SPOON of pointed Old English pattern, the stem initialed "A" beneath a crown (for tje Czar Alexander III), the reverse of the stem monogrammed, bearing a second coronet, bearing makers mark of Kompff, 12" long
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

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190

299L

A CONTINENTAL SILVER GILT PART DESSERT SET, comprising six knives, six forks and five spoons all bearing the royal coronet, struck three times on each piece, and initials A D and monogrammed, by Spiecker, the reverse of the bowls and fork tines with shell decoration, (17). See illustration
Estimate: 400-600

Nil

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299M

A SET OF SIX CONTINENTAL TABLE FORKS, engraved with two royal coronets, initialed CA and monogrammed, punched to the front of the stem Seetmaler, and five matching table spoons, (c.24oz)
Estimate: 200-400

Nil

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190

299N

A SET OF TEN CONTINENTAL TEASPOONS with applied crowns to the back of stems, bearing control marks, makers mark JCK, possibly German, together with a part set of four teaspoons engraved with royal coronets and initials, also various English Fiddle pattern teaspoons and coffee spoons (a lot)
Estimate: 100-200

Nil

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110

300

ENGLISH SCHOOL, 18th century A portrait miniature of Mrs Henry Gosse wearing a lace cap and shawl, oval, on ivory, 2.5" x 2", the reverse inscribed "Mrs Henry Gosse (Mary, daughter of John Lyne of Burly Manor) born 1670, died February 4th 1733"
Estimate: 70-100

Nil

    

90

301

ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th century A portrait miniature of Mr George Kemp of Canada, wearing a black coat and white stock in a library, on ivory, 4" x 3.5", the reverse inscribed "Son of Mr George Kemp and Mrs Kemp/Sarah Gosse of Poole"
Estimate: 80-150

Nil

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140

302

W.T. GOSSE A portrait miniature of Henry Hyde, son of the Reverend Hyde, Rector of Wareham, Dorset, on ivory, 3" x 2.25", inscribed to the reverse, and three similar family portraits: Mrs Thomas Bell of Selborne and Susan, her only child; Mrs Roberts of Rotherhide, London, mother of Mr Thomas Bell; Jane Sarah Roberts, afterwards Mrs Thomas Bell, born 1799 died 1873 (4). See illustration
Estimate: 200-400

Nil

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530

303

ENGLISH SCHOOL, 18th century A portrait miniature of Fanny Josephine Hanwell Salter, born April 21st 1817, died March 28th 1818, aged 11 months one week, 3" x 2.25". See illustration
Estimate: 100-200

Nil

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460

304

ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th century A portrait miniature of a young gentleman wearing a black coat and white stock, 4" x 3.5"
Estimate: 50-100

Nil

    

80

305

ENGLISH SCHOOL, circa 1800 A portrait miniature of Thomas Bell Junior of Selborne, Hants, oval, on ivory, 2.5" x 2", the reverse inscribed ".... brother of Eliza Bell who marries Thomas Salter of Poole approx 1800", and one other "miniature" (2)
Estimate: 50-100

Nil

    

110

306

E.R. HUGHES A portrait miniature of a young pre-Raphaelite style lady wearing a blue/green dress, her hair in ringlets holding a flower, oval, signed and dated 1879, 5.25" x 4". See illustration
Estimate: 500-1000

Nil

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307

ENGLISH SCHOOL, circa 1820 A portrait miniature of Eliza Perceval, Lady Denys, oval, on ivory, 3.25" x 2.5", inscribed to the reverse, in gilt surround and red leather folding case. See illustration
Estimate: 100-200

Nil

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220

308

A PAIR OF "BELLE EPOQUE" MINIATURE PORTRAITS of ladies with plumed headdresses, oval, in gilt ribbon-tie frames, 3.5" x 2.75", another smaller example and a miniature in gilt rococo frame (4)
Estimate: 50-100

Nil

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90

309

ENGLISH SCHOOL, late 19th century A portrait miniature of a lady wearing a black lace dress and spectacles, oval, on ivory, in ribbon-tied gilt frame and brown leather case, 3" x 2.25" and an oval porcelain portrait miniature of Napoleon (2)
Estimate: 100-200

Nil

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120

310

ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th century A portrait of Miss Harriet Ann Mayne wearing a black dress with lace collar seated in a landscape, 5" x 3.5" and the companion portrait (a pair) inscribed to the reverse "Daughter of General John Mayne CB (2)
Estimate: 100-200

Nil

    

550

311

A GILT METAL BRACELET with a rectangular portrait miniature to the clasp, and an oval Indian miniature of a temple (2)
Estimate: 100-200

Nil

    

    

312

RUSSIAN SCHOOL A pair of miniature icons of Saints within enamel and silver borders, stamped 84, 1.5", and three other small objects (5)
Estimate: 50-100

Nil

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650

313

ENGLISH SCHOOL, early 18th century A group of family portrait miniatures comprising parents and six children, wearing formal clothing and wigs, the majority on pale blue grounds, oval, 2.75" x 2" (8) within an oval fruitwood and "sanded" frame, 14" x 12". See illustration
Estimate: 2000-4000

Nil

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2000

314

MANNER OF GEORGE ENGELHEART A portrait miniature of a gentleman wearing a brown jacket and white stock, oval on ivory, 2.5"
Estimate: 150-250

Nil

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220

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