9th June 2016

Silver and Jewellery, Furniture and Works of Art 9th June 2016

Page: 1 of 13. Lots: 1 to 59

Sale Catalogue: Page 1



Lot 1: NAVAL INTEREST: A PRESENTATION SALVER of shaped circular form, with raised beaded border, on three ball and claw feet, the centre bearing an engraved presentation inscription "Presented to Lieutenant A.J.A. Carslaw. Royal Navy by the Captain and Officers, HMS Osprey, 3rd August 1935", by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1934, 10.75" dia. (c.20oz)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 2: A SET OF FOUR CANDLESTICKS with removable circular sconces, urn-shaped capitals and tapering cylindrical stems, on stepped circular bases, loaded, by MCH, London 1982, 12" high. See illustration

Sold For: £400.00


Lot 3: A VICTORIAN BACHELORS TEASET of circular bellied form with beaded borders and leaf capped scroll handles, monogrammed, by George Fox, London 1871, the teapot 4.5" high (c.23oz)

Sold For: £260.00


Lot 4: A NEAR PAIR OF SAUCEBOATS of tapering oval form, with gadrooned borders and lion's mask capped handles, the whole on lion's mask capped claw feet, by T.A.E., Birmingham 1913/1914, 7" long (c.12oz)

Sold For: £190.00


Lot 5: MILITARY INTEREST: A REGIMENTAL PRESENTATION PHOTOGRAPH FRAME of upright rectangular form, with wooden strut and back, the front applied with the badge of the XVI The Queen's Lancers, the base applied with the initials "CL" by D & J Wellby, London 1919, 14" high. See illustration The 16th The Queen's Lancers was a cavalry regiment of the British Army, first raised in 1759. It saw service for two centuries, before being amalgamated into the XVI/V Lancers in 1922.

Sold For: £220.00


Lot 6: A FOUR PIECE TEA SET of melon style, the teapot and hot water pot with wooden handles, the bodies chased with foliate scrolls, leaf capped fluted spouts, each on a circular foot, by Crichton Brothers, London 1913, also with additional retailers mark, the teapot 6.75" (c.83oz). See illustration

Sold For: £800.00


Lot 7: A PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS of corinthian column form, with pull-off beaded sconces, on stepped square bases, filled, by William Hutton & Sons, London 1910, 6" high

Sold For: £130.00


Lot 8: A VICTORIAN SALVER of shaped circular form with a beaded border and stylised engraved decoration, on hoof feet, possibly by William Moulson, London 1857, 9" dia. (c.15oz)

Sold For: £160.00


Lot 9: A PEDESTAL BASKET of tapering oval form, with beaded and pierced swing handle, on an oval beaded foot, by Jackson & Fullerton, London 1913, 9.25" high (c.16oz)

Sold For: £220.00


Lot 10: A TWO HANDLED TRAY of oval form with gadrooned border and raised leaf-capped "D"-shaped handles, by D & J Wellby, London 1917, 24" long (from handle to handle) (c.81oz). See illustration

Unsold (Estimate): £800-1500


Lot 11: A CONTINENTAL COW CREAMER with hinged top section, the base stamped "800", the remainder of the marks partially rubbed, possibly circa 1900, 4.25" high x 5.75" long (c.4.3oz)

Sold For: £450.00


Lot 12: A LATE VICTORIAN TEA CADDY of octagonal form, the hinged cover with pierced swing handle, by SWS & Co., Birmingham 1900, 3.5" high (c.3.2oz)

Sold For: £150.00


Lot 13: A VICTORIAN WAITER of circular form with raised slat pierced border, interspersed with classical motifs, crested, on three scroll feet, by IF, London 1860, 8" dia. (c.11oz)

Sold For: £160.00


Lot 14: A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN CANDLESTICKS with pull-off beaded sconces and corinthian columns, on stepped square bases, loaded, by WL & S, Sheffield 1907, 6.75" high

Sold For: £80.00


Lot 15: A TEAPOT of squat circular form with flush hinged lid, disc finial and wooden scroll handle, on a tucked-in circular foot, by D & J Wellby, London 1917, 5.25" high (c.26.8oz)

Sold For: £260.00


Lot 16: A GEORGE III SALVER of plain circular form with a raised reeded border, the centre engraved with a crest depicting a goat, the whole on four down curving feet, by John Crouch and Thomas Hannam, London 1788, 15.25" dia. (c.52oz). See illustration

Sold For: £780.00


Lot 17: A GEORGE IV SALVER of plain circular form with a raised reeded border, the centre engraved with a crest depicting a goat, the whole on three down curving feet, by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, London 1820, 12" dia. (c.28oz). See illustration

Sold For: £360.00


Lot 18: AN EDWARDIAN TWO HANDLED BASKET of oval form, the body pierced with birds amongst foliage, on a branch style foot, by William Comyns, London 1904, 12" long (from handle to handle) (c.19oz). See illustration

Sold For: £550.00


Lot 19: A VICTORIAN SALVER of circular form with a raised gadrooned border, on three bracket feet, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1889, 12" dia. (c.29oz)

Sold For: £280.00


Lot 20: A COFFEE POT of tapering circular form with wooden scroll handle, disc finial and cast spout, on a spreading circular foot, by D & J Wellby, London 1917, 8.75" high, and a similar hot water pot by Pairpoint Brothers, London 1918, 8.5" high (c.34oz weighable silver)

Sold For: £360.00


Lot 21: A CIRCULAR DISH with stylised decoration on a tucked-in foot, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1937, 9" dia. (c.11oz)

Sold For: £160.00


Lot 22: A NEAR PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN EPERGNES, each of trumpet form, issuing four detachable sections, on lobed bases, one by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, the other by R & W Sorley, both London 1900/1901, weighted, 14.5" high. See illustration

Sold For: £850.00


Lot 23: AN EDWARDIAN ROSE BOWL of tapering circular form with a wavy rim and tucked-in foot, engraved with a presentation inscription, by H.E.B./F.E.B., Chester, 1908, 9" dia. (c.21oz)

Sold For: £190.00


Lot 24: A PAIR OF DUTCH 'FIGHTING COCK' PEPPERETTES with detachable heads, c.1900, 5" high x 5.5" wide (the tallest) (2). See illustration

Sold For: £450.00


Lot 24A: A PEDESTAL BOWL of segmented design, by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1946, 8.25" wide, (c.21oz), on a wooden plinth. See illustration

Sold For: £350.00


Lot 25: A SWEDISH PEG TANKARD in the antique manner, with a graduated domed cover, ball thumbpiece and scroll handle, embossed and chased with Celtic style strapwork, the whole on three ball feet, the centre engraved with the inscription "Till Sjokapten, Sigfr. Thor

Sold For: £700.00


Lot 26: A PAIR OF DISHES of shaped oval form with reed and garland borders, the base of one engraved with a presentation inscription, by Charles Stuart Harris & Sons, London 1919, 12" long (c.27oz)

Sold For: £320.00


Lot 27: AN EDWARDIAN SUGAR CASTOR of cylindrical form, with pull-off bayonet fitting cover, the wire-work body decorated with swags, blue glass liner, on a circular base, by Haseler Brothers, London 1906, 8" high

Sold For: £150.00


Lot 28: A PEDESTAL BOWL of tapering circular form, the upper section pierced with trailing leaves, on a tucked-in circular foot, with a glass liner, makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1924, 8" dia. (c.19oz)

Sold For: £180.00


Lot 29: A GEORGE III TEAPOT of oval form with wooden scroll handle, crested and initialled, by Robert and David Hennell, London 1795, 9" long x 5.75" high (c.9oz)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 30: GOLFING INTEREST: A 9CT GOLD PRESENTATION GOLFING TROPHY of urn form, the pull-off cover surmounted by a winged figure, the lobed body decorated with trailing leaves and berries above a fluted lower section applied with rams head masks and swags, the handles applied with sitting figures, on a spreading circular foot, detaching from an ebonised silver gilt mount, applied with three sitting cherubs, the central cartouche reading "Golfing Unions Competition Winner 1913. R W May. Presented by the Daily Mail", the lid possibly by Wakely & Wheeler, the body by Elkington & Co., the silver gilt base by Elkington & Co. London 1913, 11" high (c.358.7grams). See illustration Provenance: Bournemouth & Meyrick Park Golf Club.

Sold For: £3900.00


Lot 31: A GEORGE III WAITER of circular form with a raised reeded border, crested, on three reeded feet, possibly by Elizabeth Jones, London 1790, 7.5" dia. (c.9oz)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 32: A VICTORIAN COFFEE POT of baluster form with wooden scroll handle, stylised leaf and tendril decoration, crested, by Aldwinkle & Slater, London 1892, 8.5" high (c.16oz)

Sold For: £150.00


Lot 33: A GEORGE IV SALVER of square form, with gadrooned borders, shell and foliate corners, on cast leaf capped shell feet, by Joseph Craddock & William Reid, London, possibly 1825, 11" wide, (c.29oz)

Sold For: £300.00


Lot 34: A TWO-HANDLED TRAY of rectangular form with a raised gadrooned border and fluted leaf capped carrying handles, the centre engraved with a rectangular foliate cartouche, by WFM, Birmingham 1931, 25" long (handle to handle) (c.76oz?). See illustration

Sold For: £760.00


Lot 35: A HOT WATER POT of octagonal form with vase-shaped finial and wooden scroll handle, on an octagonal base, crested, by D & A, Birmingham 1931, 10.75" high, (c.20oz)

Sold For: £180.00


Lot 36: OMAR RAMSDEN: A FRAMED SILVER MOUNTED EBONISED CRUCIFIX applied with a model of Christ, London, 1933, also engraved "Omar Ramsden & Me Fecit", 5" (length of crucifix). See illustration

Sold For: £800.00


Lot 37: A VICTORIAN TOAST RACK of seven arched bars, with central loop handle, monogrammed, on bracket feet, by Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield 1845, 6.25" high (c.9oz)

Sold For: £110.00


Lot 38: AN EDWARDIAN TEAPOT of oval form with embossed decoration and angular handle, Chester 1901, 5.75" high, an Old Sheffield Plate candlestick and an electroplated goblet (c.9oz weighable silver) (3)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 39: A LATE VICTORIAN DISH of shaped oval form, the border embossed with shells and scrolls, by Martin Hall & Co., Sheffield 1897, 10.75" long (c.8oz)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 40: A VICTORIAN SUGAR BOWL of circular form, with pierced border and swirl fluted body, on shell capped feet, by James Wakeley & Frank Wheeler, London 1892, 5.5" dia. (c.8oz)

Sold For: £80.00


Lot 41: A SUGAR CASTOR of octagonal form with pull-off pierced cover, filled, by W.A., Birmingham 1936, 7" high, and another example (2)

Sold For: £110.00


Lot 42: A DANISH PITCHER of tapering circular form with curved handle and part-fluted decoration, by C.F. Heise, Copenhagen, 1920, 7" high (c.8oz)

Unsold (Estimate): £100-200


Lot 43: A CHINESE MUG of circular form, with simulated bamboo style handle and rim, the body decorated with two dragons amongst clouds in high relief, vacant cartouche and beaded foot, by LH, also stamped '90', circa 1900, 3.5" high, (c.5oz).

Sold For: £300.00


Lot 44: A CHINESE BASKET of circular form with wire-work swing handle, the body pierced with flowers, on a tucked-in circular foot, by C.J. Co., also stamped "Sterling" with a character mark, circa 1900, 8.5" dia. (c.13oz)

Sold For: £280.00


Lot 45: A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN CANDLESTICKS with square sconces and tapering square columns, decorated with ribbon swags, on stepped square bases, filled, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1909, 6.5" high

Sold For: £80.00


Lot 46: AN EDWARDIAN DRESSING TABLE TRAY of shaped oval form, the centre embossed with roses amongst leaves, by CH, Birmingham 1906, 12" long, (c.7oz)

Sold For: £80.00


Lot 47: A VICTORIAN HOT WATER POT of baluster form with flame finial, wooden scroll handle and part-fluted decoration, crested, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1895, 10.75" high (c.18oz)

Sold For: £190.00


Lot 48: A PAIR OF BON BON DISHES of shaped circular form with sinuous legs and pierced decoration, makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1910, and a pair of toast racks (4)

Sold For: £110.00


Lot 49: A DANISH VASE of lobed fluted form with stylised decoration and rope-work borders, with a gilt interior, the base stamped "Sterling Albing", and a similar example, 3.75" high (c.13oz) (2).

Unsold (Estimate): £200-400


Lot 50: A GEORGE III TEAPOT of oval form with an angular handle and part-fluted decoration on ball feet, by Robert & Samuel Hennell, London 1810, 6.75" high, (c.21oz)

Sold For: £220.00


Lot 51: A GEORGE II MUG of baluster form with leaf capped scroll handle and spreading circular foot, the body later engraved with flowers and geometric motifs, crested, possibly by Thomas Whipham, possibly London 1745, 4.75" high (c.8oz)

Sold For: £120.00


Lot 52: A SILVER MOUNTED DECANTER with a waisted glass body, silver collar and a pull-out stopper, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1920, 12" high, and a similar example (2)

Sold For: £110.00


Lot 53: A VICTORIAN PART TRAVELLING COMMUNION SET comprising chalice and paten, each engraved with an inscription, by Edward & John Barnard, London 1866, the chalice 4", and another chalice, London 1908, 5" high (c.6.5oz weighable silver) (3)

Sold For: £130.00


Lot 54: A MATCHED THREE PIECE TEA SET of bellied oval form with scroll and shell borders and angular handles, the teapot by Carrington & Co., London 1919, the cream jug and sugar bowl by GH, Sheffield 1919, the teapot 6.25" high, (c.40oz)

Unsold (Estimate): £500-600


Lot 55: A DUTCH MUSTARD POT of circular tapering form with scroll handle and ball finial, on a triform base, with ball feet, gilt interior, probably 19th century, and a Victorian condiment spoon, 6" high (c.5oz)

Sold For: £140.00


Lot 56: A SILVER LID of circular form, with pierced border and flowerhead finial, together with a pierced silver mount by Carrington & Co., and a glass bowl, (c.19oz weighable silver) (3)

Sold For: £170.00


Lot 57: A PRESENTATION TRAY of shaped rectangular form with reeded carrying handles, the body monogrammed and engraved with facsimile signatures, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1938, 24.75" long (handle to handle) (c.91oz)

Sold For: £800.00


Lot 58: AN ART DECO FOUR PIECE TEA SET of octagonal form with angular handles on paw feet, by E. Viner, Sheffield 1945, the teapot 5.75" high (c.50oz)

Sold For: £400.00


Lot 59: A PAIR OF GEORGE III SALTS of shaped rectangular form with gadrooned borders and part fluted decoration, on ball feet, with wash gilded interiors, by Alice & George Burrows, London 1807, 3.75" long (c.5.9oz)

Sold For: £60.00


Sale Catalogue: Page 1



Lot 1
A collection of golf clubs

Estimate: £10-20


Lot 2
A 19th century stoneware 'Harvesting' jug and another similar

Estimate: £10-20


Lot 3
A mahogany and mother-of-pearl inlaid mantel clock and a pair of similar candlesticks

Estimate: £40-60


Lot 4
A pair of royal blue cloisonne vases and a similar bowl

Estimate: £20-40

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This two day auction is held on 9th and 10th June 2016.
 

Thursday 9th June at 10.30am
Lots 1-599

Friday 10th June at 10.30am
Lots 900-1233

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