Jewellery, Silver & Watches524 lots
Viewing Notes14th September 10am to 3pm. 15th September 9.30am to 12.30pm. 17th September 9am to 5pm. 18th September 9am to 6pm. Day of sale 9am to 10am.
Description: A silver rat-tail pattern table service, mainly by Josiah Williams & Co., London 1922, the reverse of the handles engraved 'B', comprising: Eleven table forks Six sauce spooons Six dessert forks Twelve tea spoons Twelve coffee spoons Two pickle forks Together with other silver flatware to include: five silver rat-tail table spoons by Gee & Holmes, Sheffield 1965; seven silver rat-tail pattern dessert spoons by J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd., Sheffield 1970; and two George III silver Old English pattern sauce ladles by Peter & William Bateman, London 1812, 91.6 oz gross (63)View additional info »
Description: A Pakistani silver coloured course dish, unmarked, 20th century, the raised border chased with flowering scroll foliage and a gadrooned rim, engraved 'Carol and Twink from the Directors of Glaxo Pakistan', 38cm diameter, 38.4 ozView additional info »
Description: A small collection of silver and plate, including: a set of six silver rat-tail grapefruit spoons, Sheffield 1938, in a case with a xylo and steel knife; a set of six tea spoons, Birmingham 1933, cased; an oval cream jug, Chester 1939; two shaped circular salts, Birmingham 1906; a salt spoon; and a pepperette, Birmingham 1905; a silver-on-copper twin handled tray; an old Sheffield plate twin handled cup; silver handled knives; and other plated wares, 12.9 oz weighableView additional info »
Description: Ole Hagen for A. Michelsen, a Danish silver coloured cocktail spoon, stamped marks, 29.5cm long, 1.7 oz, in a case for A. Michelsen condition report Spoon fine, marks crisp, box scuffedView additional info »
Description: Four sets of four French silver coloured mounted individual pepperettes by Christofle, maker's mark and incuse '925', the pierced screw-on covers with beaded rims, on clear facetted glass bodies, 4.2cm high, in four card boxes, two Christofle with wooden bases and two Cardeilhac. Cardeilhac was acquired by Christofle in 1951.View additional info »