Skip To Content

Your privacy is important. Our Cookies Statement explains how we use cookies on this site. You can change their use at any time. You accept them by continuing to use this site. Our Privacy Statement explains how we use and protect your data.

Sale FS41: Two Day Fine Art Sale

Two Day Fine Art Sale Icon

From Tuesday, 29th January 2019
Until Wednesday, 30th January 2019

Okehampton Street, Exeter

Two Day Fine Art Sale

  • Sale
  • Lots

|<<  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10   >   >>| 
Auction Lot

Lot 1: A Set of Pistol Grip Knives and Forks with Unmarked Handles

A set of pistol grip knives and forks with unmarked handles having steel blades and tines, contained in a fitted case.

Estimate: £100 - £150
Auction Lot

Lot 2: A 19th Century Silver Plated Pipe Carrying Case

A 19th century silver plated pipe carrying case with hinged lid and folding flap for the bowl and tubular stem with cleaning rod, 12cm long.

Estimate: £40 - £60
Auction Lot

Lot 3: A Late Victorian Plated Presentation Tray

A late Victorian plated presentation tray inscribed, of polygonal outline, with central foliate and scroll decorated cartouche, raised on three swept feet, 48cm wide.

Estimate: £40 - £60
Auction Lot

Lot 4: An Elkington and Co Silver Plated Triple Bottle Stand

An Elkington and Co silver plated triple bottle stand with three pierced cylindrical holders linked by a central reeded column with loop carrying handle, raised on swept feet, containing three clear glass bottles with etched grape and vine leaf decoration, overall height 46cm.

Estimate: £80 - £120
Auction Lot

Lot 5: A Silver Plated Tantalus

A silver plated tantalus of arched outline, the locking bar with loop carrying handle enclosing three clear cut glass decanters and stoppers, raised on squat ball feet, 32.5cm wide.

Estimate: £150 - £200
Auction Lot

Lot 6: An Edward VII Three-piece Silver Tea Service, Maker J Sherwood & Sons, Birmingham, 1909

An Edward VII three-piece silver tea service, maker J Sherwood & Sons, Birmingham, 1909 of squat circular form, with wavy edge border, raised on swept feet, 756gms, 24.32ozs.

Estimate: £250 - £300
Auction Lot

Lot 7: A George V Silver Four-piece Tea Service, Maker Elkington & Co, Birmingham, 1934/35

A George V silver four-piece tea service, maker Elkington & Co, Birmingham, 1934/35 of rectangular outline with re-entrant corners, raised on shaped bases, includes, teapot, cream jug, sucriere and tray, total weight of silver 2368gms, 76.14ozs.

Estimate: £700 - £900
Auction Lot

Lot 8: A George V Matched Silver Three-piece Coffee Service

A George V matched silver three-piece coffee service maker Mappin & Webb, London, 1931: the coffee pot and hot water jug of ovoid outline with domed hinged lids, reeded girdle on spreading circular feet, together with a near matching sugar basin, maker Mappin & Webb, Birmingham, 1933, total weight of silver 1538gms, 49.45ozs.

Estimate: £500 - £600
Auction Lot

Lot 9: A Pair of Victorian Silver Bon Bon Dishes, Maker Synyer & Beldoes, Birmingham, 1897

A pair of Victorian silver bon bon dishes, maker Synyer & Beldoes, Birmingham, 1897 of oval cartouche outline, with pierced scroll decoration, 18cm wide, 152 gms, 4.89ozs.

Estimate: £60 - £100
Auction Lot

Lot 10: An Edward VII Silver Teapot, Maker Thomas of New Bond Street, London, 1906

An Edward VII silver teapot, maker Thomas of New Bond Street, London, 1906 of rectangular outline, with gadrooned border, shallow domed hinged lid, raised on swept paw feet, 30cm long, 935gms, 30.09ozs.

Estimate: £300 - £400
|<<  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10   >   >>|