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Sale HO75: Antiques and Collectables

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Tuesday, 3rd September 2013

Dowell Street, Honiton

Antiques and Collectables Sale (with Silver and Jewellery)

  • Sale
  • Lots

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Auction Lot

Lot 1: A Matched Pair of George III Silver Fiddle Pattern Spoons, One by William Chawner, London, 1818, the Other by Richard Crossley and George Smith, London, 1811

A matched pair of George III silver fiddle pattern spoons, one by William Chawner, London, 1818, the other by Richard Crossley and George Smith, London, 1811, also a hammered silver napkin ring, Sheffield, 1908, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, a sterling silver locket, a pair of plated sugar tongs, a plated loaf fork, a plated pickle fork and a silver handled preserve spoon, weighable silver 5.75ozs.


Realised: £70
Auction Lot

Lot 2: A Cased Set of Silver Golfing Trophy Teaspoons, Maker Walker & Hall

A cased set of silver golfing trophy teaspoons, maker Walker & Hall, also a cased set of silver coffee spoons, maker EV, Sheffield, 1940, a plated Art Deco hand mirror and matching pill box by Stratton, boxed and cased set of plated butter knives, weight of silver 5ozs.


Realised: £60
Auction Lot

Lot 3: A Ladies Three Piece Silver Backed Dressing Table Set by Henry Wilkinson Ltd, Birmingham, 1911/12

A ladies three piece silver backed dressing table set by Henry Wilkinson Ltd, Birmingham, 1911/12, comprising a hand mirror, hair brush and clothes brush.


Realised: £38
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Lot 4: A Pair of George III Silver Old English Bright Cut Table Spoons, Maker Samuel Wintle, London, 1779

A pair of George III silver Old English bright cut table spoons, maker Samuel Wintle, London, 1779, also another bright cut table spoon by Richard Crossley, London, 1783, a pair of George III table spoons, by Peter & Ann Bateman, London, 1797, another by William Sumner, London, 1800, total weight 11.5ozs.

Estimate: £100 - £120
Realised: £150
Auction Lot

Lot 5: A Victorian Silver Christening Spoon and Fork, Maker George Adams, London, 1868

A Victorian silver Christening spoon and fork, maker George Adams, London, 1868, decorated with sprays of thistles, 15cm long, 2.5ozs, together with a plated Christening fork and spoon, both cased.


Auction Lot

Lot 6: A Pair of Late Victorian Silver and Ivory Handled Fish Servers, Maker WC-JL, London, 1899

A pair of late Victorian silver and ivory handled fish servers, maker WC-JL, London, 1899, length of the knife 30cm.


Realised: £35
Auction Lot

Lot 7: A Late Victorian Silver Old English Pattern Sauce Ladle, Maker Jackson & David Fullerton, Together with Various Other Flatware

A late Victorian silver Old English pattern sauce ladle, maker Jackson & David Fullerton, together with various other flatware to include a Victorian sugar sifting ladle by Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham, 1891, a pair of Victorian butter knives, maker TH, Birmingham, 1892, an Irish fiddle pattern table fork, Dublin, 1835, maker M West & RW, another Dublin, 1841, maker TWY-PW, a pair of George III fiddle pattern salt spoons, London, 1806, maker IB, etc, weighable silver 12.5ozs.

Estimate: £120 - £140
Realised: £160
Auction Lot

Lot 8: A Victorian Mother of Pearl Card Case

A Victorian mother of pearl card case of rectangular form, 10cm high, also a silver and mother of pearl pocket fruit knife, Sheffield 1897, maker J R, 14.5cm long (opened), another mother of pearl handled pocket fruit knife, three silver thimbles, two other thimbles and five other items.


Realised: £65
Auction Lot

Lot 9: A Canteen of Silver Plated Scroll Pattern Flatware, Maker Mappin & Webb

A Canteen of silver plated scroll pattern flatware, maker Mappin & Webb, in wooden box, comprising four table spoons, six table forks, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, six soup spoons, six teaspoons, six fish knives, six fish forks, six table knives, six cheese knives and a three piece carving set.


Realised: £110
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Lot 10: An Edwardian Presentation Silver Cigarette/ Cigar Casket, London, 1909

An Edwardian presentation silver cigarette/ cigar casket, London, 1909, maker's mark rubbed, rectangular in form, with cedar wood lining, 20cm long.

Estimate: £100 - £120
Realised: £100
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