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Sale FS28: Two Day Fine Art Sale

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From Tuesday, 6th October 2015
Until Wednesday, 7th October 2015

Okehampton Street, Exeter

Two Day Fine Art Sale

  • Sale
  • Lots

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Auction Lot

Lot 1: An Early 20th Century Elkington & Co.electroplated Claret Jug

An early 20th century Elkington & Co.electroplated claret jug, of tapering cylindrical outline, the domed hinged lid with pinecone finial, the collar depicting classical scenes, with stellar decoration to the clear glass body, on a circular foot, total height 35cm (foot loose).

Estimate: £80 - £120
Auction Lot

Lot 2: A Late 19th Century Circular Electrotype Plaque

A late 19th century circular electrotype plaque with raised decoration depicting Helios riding on the back of Pegasus with attendants, with oval stamp HM 1030Rd, contained in a gilt plaster frame 49cm diameter including frame.

Estimate: £150 - £200
Realised: £135
Auction Lot

Lot 3: A Late Victorian Silver Sugar Basket, Maker George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester, 1900

A late Victorian silver sugar basket, maker George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester, 1900 initialled, of boat-shaped outline, with pierced and scroll decoration, foliate decorated swing handle, on an oval stepped base, with blue glass liner, 16cm wide, 6.99ozs.

Estimate: £100 - £150
Realised: £90
Auction Lot

Lot 4: A Matched Silver Kings Pattern Part Flatware Service, Various Makers and Dates

A matched silver Kings pattern part flatware service, various makers and dates includes six dinner forks, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, six teaspoons and two sauce ladles, total weight of silver 59.80ozs.

Estimate: £300 - £500
Realised: £580
Auction Lot

Lot 5: A George V Silver Salver, Maker F & F Possibly Fordham & Fordham, Sheffield 1918

A George V silver salver, maker F & F possibly Fordham & Fordham, Sheffield 1918 of plain circular form, with tied reeded border, raised on four scroll feet, 36.5cm diameter, 41.51ozs.

Estimate: £300 - £400
Realised: £360
Auction Lot

Lot 6: An Elizabeth II Silver Gilt Salver, Maker Stuart Devlin, London, 1971

An Elizabeth II silver gilt salver, maker Stuart Devlin, London, 1971 the beaten dish with pierced and gilded border, 28cm diameter, 18.07ozs.

Estimate: £600 - £800
Realised: £550
Auction Lot

Lot 7: A George VI Silver Comport, Maker Stower & Wragg Ltd, Sheffield, 1938

A George VI silver comport, maker Stower & Wragg Ltd, Sheffield, 1938 inscribed, of circular form, with pierced foliate and scroll decoration and foliate border, raised on a circular foot, 26.5cm diameter, 20.74ozs.

Estimate: £200 - £300
Realised: £200
Auction Lot

Lot 8: A George V Silver Four-piece Tea Service, Maker William Bruford & Son Ltd, London, 1934

A George V silver four-piece tea service, maker William Bruford & Son Ltd, London, 1934 of tapering cylindrical form on spreading circular foot and ivory angular handles, 34.66ozs.

Estimate: £350 - £450
Realised: £500
Auction Lot

Lot 9: A Victorian Silver-gilt Bowl, Maker Joseph Rodgers and Sons, Sheffield 1900

A Victorian silver-gilt bowl, maker Joseph Rodgers and Sons, Sheffield 1900, of circular form, with fluted and embossed foliate and scroll decoration, the pierced border decorated with female masks and raised on four swept feet, 17cm, 12.15 oz.

Estimate: £120 - £150
Realised: £160
Auction Lot

Lot 10: A George V Silver and Glass Inkwell, Maker Ellis Jacob Greenberg, Birmingham, 1924

A George V silver and glass inkwell, maker Ellis Jacob Greenberg, Birmingham, 1924 of square outline, with gadrooned wavy edge border, raised on talon and ball feet, 15cm wide, 10.14ozs.

Estimate: £150 - £200
Realised: £150
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