Silver, Jewellery & Watches Sale
on Thursday 4th May 2017

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1.      A Middle Eastern Pot Pourri, of domed design, allover foliate and leaf scroll pierced, the hinged cover with bird finial and hinged latch clasp, raised on three feet, stamped "Silver 900"; Together with Two Dutch Silver Forks, each with foliate engraved decoration. (3) £30-50
2.      A Continental Articulated Fish Snuff Box, indistinctly stamped, with collet set cabochon highlights and hinged head, 11cms long. £100-150
3.      A Continental Nut Vesta, with applied hinged lid, strike and shield, initialled (cracked); Together with A Novelty Vesta, in the form of a tooth with pig surmount. (2) £30-50
4.      Brodrene Lohne; A Decorative Serving Spoon, with scroll pierced handle, stamped "830S" "Lo" "NM" "Nr.478". £20-30
5.      A Set of Twelve Norwegian Demitasse Spoons, in the Thorvald Marthinsen Viking Rose pattern, each stamped "NM" "830S" and numbered "220". (12) £60-80
6.      WMF; A Plated Fruit Bowl, complete with original glass liner, of oval form, with twin swan scroll handles, raised on two leaf capped pad feet and two paw feet, overall width 35.5cms. £30-50
7.      David Andersen; A Set of Six Harlequin Enamel Demitasse Spoons, stamped "David-Andersen Norway" "Sterling", in a "Chas. Greig & Son Jewellers Johannesburg" fitted case. £30-50
8.      A Mappin & Webb Three Piece Carving Set, each with stag horn handle and scroll capped end, in original fitted case. £20-30
9.      An Oak Cased Canteen of Plated Cutlery, the hinged interior fitted with knives, forks, set of six napkin rings, pair of knife rests, pair of salts and spoons and a five piece carving set, the hinged lid with inset shield initialled and dated "1900". £140-160
10.     A Pair of Plated Candlesticks, in the classical style, each with rams heads to tapering column, on spreading square base (weighted) with twin handled urn detail, 31cms high. (2) £40-60
11.     A Plated Mounted Cut Glass Biscuit Barrel, of oval form with hinged lid and shaped swing handle, raised on four mask scroll feet; Together with A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Napkin Rings, engine turned. (3) £20-40
12.     A Matching Fish Knife & Fork, each handle as a fish, knife 14.5cms long, contained in a fitted case; Together with Novelty Spade and Fork Servers, each with engraved decoration, spade 16cms long, and a cheese scoop. £20-30
13.     A Plated Goliath Pocketwatch Stand, the central circular aperture between openwork ivy leaf supports, on circular base with central well, fitted with a Goliath pocketwatch, the white dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case (lacking bow), overall height 19cms. £30-50
14.     A Georgian Toddy Ladle, the bowl with side spout and twisted handle, 39cms long. £30-50
15.     A Georgian Toddy Ladle, the bowl with side spout, inset coin dated 1708 and twisted handle, 36.5cms long. £30-50
16.     A JC&Co Ltd Plated Three Flute Epergne, of scroll design, on oval base raised on four bun feet, 34cms high. £20-30
17.     A Decorative Plated Twin Handled Tray, of rectangular form with canted corners and engraved foliate and leaf scroll decoration, with twin handles, raised on six ball feet, overall width 51.5cms, contained in a fitted mahogany case, with inlaid vacant brass cartouche. £80-100
18.     A Plated Oval Twin Handled Comport, with bead and reel detail, between twin reeded high loop handles, on oval pedestal base.
£20-30
19.     A Hallmarked Silver Dish, C.J. Vander Ltd, Sheffield 1998, detailed in relief nd with pierced panels, on circular spreading base, 115grams. £50-80
20.     A Britannia Standard Hallmarked Silver Coffee Pot, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1900, of Queen Anne style, 680grams. £250-300
21.     A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Teaset, R&WS, Sheffield 1927, each of plain oval form, total weight 960grams. (3) £250-300
22.     A Matched Hallmarked Silver Four Piece Teaset, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1936, 1937, each of tapering design with engraved leaf scroll detail, total weight 1850grams. (4) £700-900
23.     A Hallmarked Silver Tray, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1936, of elongated octagonal form, between angular loop handles, overall width 65cms, 3735grams. £1000-1500
24.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Spoons, J&JM Ld, Sheffield 1905, initialled "H", total weight 325grams. (6) £70-100
25.     A Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Basting Spoon, CC, London 1827, initialled "H", 120grams. £60-80
26.     A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Forks, TB, London 1816, WT, London 1822, each with double struck handle, total weight 585grams. (6) £150-200
27.     A Matched Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoons, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1857, George Adams, London 1860, initialled, total weight 325grams. (4) £70-100
28.     A Provincial Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Caddy Spoon, Peter Lambert, Newcastle 1812, initialled "H"; Together with A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Demitasse Spoons. (7) £30-50
29.     A Hallmarked Silver and Blue Enamel Five Piece Dressing Table Set, HCD, Birmingham 1928, in original fitted case (lacking comb); Together with A Bedside Clock, of similar design, on easel back. £100-150
30.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Dessert Spoons, Gladwin Ltd, Sheffield 1933, complete with matching serving spoon, contained in original fitted case; Together with Matched Set of Twelve Hallmarked Silver Tea Forks, Gladwin Ltd, Sheffield 1933 (11), 1934 (1), of matching design, total weight 565grams. £100-150
31.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Mother of Pearl Basket, GEW, Birmingham 1909, with pierced swing handle, raised on circular pedestal base, overall height 9cms. £50-80
32.     A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, JR, Birmingham 1928, of rectangular form, allover leaf scroll engraved, initialled; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, foliate engraved. (2) £30-50
33.     A Hallmarked Silver Card Case, GL, Birmingham 1912, monogrammed; Together with Another, detailed in relief with leaf scrolls; and a purse, with applied mother of pearl. (3) £50-70
34.     A Hallmarked Silver Shaving Brush, TW, London 1875, allover engine turned, initialled. £30-50
35.     A Hallmarked Silver Pin Dish, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1902, of shaped design, allover detailed in relief, 13.5cms wide; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Nail Buffer. (2) £20-40
36.     A Hallmarked Silver Spectacles Case, George Unite, Birmingham (date letter rubbed), of flattened torpedo shape with push button close, allover leaf scroll engraved, 13.5cms long. £60-80
37.     Assorted Hallmarked Silver Dressing Table Items, including hand mirror, brushes, a matching shoe horn and button hook etc. (8) £40-60
38.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Candlesticks, (marks rubbed) each of plain tapering design, on circular base (weighted), 21.5cms high. (2) £60-80
39.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, WJH, Birmingham 1894, each with twisted handle, in a fitted case (damaged); Together with A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Commemorative Coffee Spoons, RB&Co, Sheffield 1935, NGCo, London 1935, JW&Co, London 1935, each detailed "AD 1910.35", in a fitted case; and collection of assorted spoons, including enamel (damaged) etc. £30-50
40.     A Hallmarked Silver Table Lamp Base, (makers mark rubbed) Sheffield 1909, converted from a candlestick, of Corinthian column form, on square base (weighted), overall height 43.5cms. £100-150
41.     A Hallmarked Silver Jug, (marks rubbed) raised on three pad feet; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Topped Glass Shaker, a small vase and a salt. (4) £30-50
42.     A Hallmarked Silver Dressing Table Tray, WA, Birmingham 1915, of shallow shaped design, 30.8cms wide, 315grams. £60-80
43.     A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, London 1894, of plain rectangular form, 17.4cms wide; Together with A Smaller Example, (marks rubbed) allover engine turned. (2) £40-60
44.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Glass Preserve Jar, John Heath & John Middleton, London 1897, complete with matching spoon. (2) £20-40
45.     A Hallmarked Silver Vase, (makers mark rubbed) Birmingham 1923, of flared design, on circular spreading base (weighted); Together with A Hallmarked Silver Candlestick. (2) £20-40
46.     A Matched Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Cruet Set, each with gadrooned rim; together with pair of cruet spoons. £30-50
47.     Two Sets of Six Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, each with coffee bean knop, in a fitted case; Together with Two Further Sets of Hallmarked Silver Spoons. (4) £30-50
48.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Spoons, CWF, Sheffield 1913, each of seal top design, contained in original fitted case; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Dish, R&B, Sheffield 1903, of geometric and scroll pierced design; and a spoon. (3) £40-60
49.     A Hallmarked Silver Swing Handled Dish, B.B.S.Ld, Birmingham 1936, of shaped oval form with reeded swing handle, on oval spreading base, 510grams. £120-160
50.     A Matched Hallmarked Silver Five Piece Cruet Set, J.G LTd, Birmingham 1919, 1921, 1923, contained in original fitted case, with assorted cruet spoons; Together with A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Demitasse Spoons, CR&S, Birmingham 1944, in a fitted case. £40-60
51.     WITHDRAWN - A Decorative Irish Hallmarked Silver Dish, possibly William Nolan, Dublin 1828, of Continental design, the domed centre detailed in relief with figures and a peacock, with building in the distance, within textured border, 25.2cms diameter, 350grams. £200-250
52.     A Hallmarked Silver Three Handled Pedestal Cup, Charles Clement Pilling, London 1907, of panelled design with three scroll handles, on circular pedestal base, engraved "Donated To P.D.G.,C.A.M.D.A.", 715grams. £300-350
53.     A Hallmarked Silver Limited Edition Commemorative Dish, JB, London 1975, inscribed "Number 537 of a Limited Edition of 900 Made by Order of The Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's Cathedral to Commemorate the 300th Anniversary of the Laying of the Foundation Stone in 1675", with applied eagle, 240grams, complete with certificate, in original fitted case. £80-100
54.      A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Photograph Frame, RBB, London 1985, on blue easel back, overall height 25.5cms; Together with A Smaller Example. (2) £30-50
55.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Mounted Photograph Frames, PJP, Birmingham 1985, each on dark red easel back, overall height 19.5cms; Together with Another Hallmarked Silver Example, on blue easel back. (3) £40-60
56.     A Matched Pair of Hallmarked Silver Mounted Photograph Frames, SS, London 1982, 1983, each on blue easel back, overall height 18.5cms high. (2) £30-50
57.     A Hallmarked Silver Britannia Standard Mounted Photograph Frame, RBB, London 1985, overall height 23cms; Together with A Smaller Hallmarked Silver Example. (2) £30-50
58.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Photograph Frame, RC, Sheffield 1985, on blue easel back, overall height 22.2cms; Together with A Matched Pair of Smaller Hallmarked Silver Photograph Frames, RC, Sheffield 1984, 1985. (3) £30-50
59.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Mounted Photograph Frames, KFLd, London 1983, each on blue easel back, overall height 23cms high. (2) £40-60
60.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Photograph Frame, PJP, Birmingham 1983, on blue easel back, overall height 24cms; Together with Another Hallmarked Silver Photograph Frame, KFLd, London 1982. (2) £30-50
61.     A Hallmarked Silver Waiter, AHT, Sheffield 1906, of shaped circular design, with engraved detail, raised on three ball and claw feet, 16.5cms diameter, 200grams. £50-80
62.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Hat Pin Stand, Crisford & Norris, Birmingham 1909, with bear to top, overall height 14cms. £30-50
63.     A Hallmarked Silver Jug and Matching Sugar Caster, M. Bros, Birmingham 1905, each of octagonal tapering form, contained in original fitted case. £70-100
64.     A Hallmarked Silver Card Tray, RC, Sheffield 1992, of shaped circular form, 15.3cms diameter, 110grams. £25-40
65.     A Hallmarked Silver and Mother of Pearl Interlocking Campaign Folding Knife and Fork, John Round, Sheffield 1898. £40-60
66.     Two Part Hallmarked Silver and Mother of Pearl Folding Fruit Knives, together with two folding forks, each with mother of pearl scales. (4) £50-80
67.     A Hallmarked Silver and Mother of Pearl Folding Fruit Knife, HH, Sheffield 1891, with mother of pearl scales. £30-50
68.     Asprey London; A Hallmarked Silver Five Piece Cruet Set, Birmingham 1929, each of plain design, stamped "Asprey London"; together with three hallmarked silver cruet spoons, FH, Birmingham 1995, 1998. £100-120
69.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, EJE, Sheffield 1943, in a fitted case; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Topped Glass Tidy Jar. (2) £20-30
70.     A Set of Seven Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, Mary Chawner, London 1837, crested; Together with Two Sets of Three Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, JS, Exeter 1850, Messrs Hutton, London 1898 and another, total weight 300grams. (14) £60-80
71.     A Matched Hallmarked Silver Four Piece Teaset, EV, Sheffield 1927, 1928, each of semi reeded form (lacking wood finials), total weight 1900grams. (4) £500-600
72.     A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Teaset, (makers marks rubbed) Sheffield 1932, each of shaped oval form with patterned rim, total weight 1000grams. (3) £250-300
73.     A Hallmarked Silver Jug, (makers mark rubbed) London 1925, of compressed circular form, with scroll handle, 90grams. £25-40
74.     A Hallmarked Silver Trinket Tray, William Comyns, London 1897, of shaped rectangular form, allover detailed in relief, 24cms wide, 110grams. £30-50
75.     A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Spoons, Robert, James & Josiah Williams, Exeter 1846 (2), Hayne & Cater, London 1849, 1850, initialled, total weight 270grams. (6) £70-90
76.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Forks, HH, London 1871, initialled, total weight 265grams. (6) £70-90
77.     A Set of Three Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoons, John & William Deakin, Sheffield 1899, total weight 235grams. (3) £60-80
78.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Salad Servers, Fenton Bros Ltd, Sheffield 1922, total weight 135grams. (2) £30-50
79.     A Provincial Hallmarked Silver Tankard, John Langlands II, Newcastle 1798, of baluster form detailed in relief with a hound and fox within rural landscape, scroll handle, on circular spreading base, engraved "Woodhouse Races 1842", 320grams (damages). £80-120
80.     A Pair of Large Hallmarked Silver Salts, RH, London 1866, each of compressed circular form, with gadrooned border and lion mask capped paw feet, total weight 275grams. £70-100
81.     A Hallmarked Silver Trinket Box, Charles S. Green & Co, Birmingham 1916, of plain oval form, with hinged lid, raised on four scroll legs, 11.5cms wide. £30-50
82.     A Part Hallmarked Silver Jockey Cap Caddy Spoon, with reeded detail, 5.4cms long. £70-100
83.     A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, H.W.Ld, Birmingham 1917, monogrammed; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, WHS, Birmingham 1911, monogrammed. (2) £35-50
84.     A Hallmarked Silver Card Case, RM(?), Birmingham 1870, of slim rectangular form, allover engraved and engine turned; Together with Another Card Case. (2) £35-50
85.     A Hallmarked Silver Topped Glass Pot Pourri, (marks rubbed); Together with A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Mounted Glass Tidy Jars, Chester 1900, the pull off covers initialled. (3) £40-60
86.     A William IV Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Teaset, Edward & John Barnard, London 1837, each allover leaf scroll engraved, with leaf capped scroll handles, the teapot with flowerhead finial, the jug and twin handled sugar bowl gilt lined, raised on scroll feet, total weight 1330grams. (3) £600-700
87.     Sheffield Water Works - A Collection of Items Relating to Mr William Terrey, Assistant, Later General Manager of The Sheffield Corporation Water Department, 1888-1930, comprising A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, inscribed "Presented to William Terrey Esqr General Manager of the Sheffield Water Works Department. Samuel Roberts Lord Mayor as a small recognition of very valuable services rendered to the City in obtaining the Corporation Act 1900", 9cms wide; A Hallmarked Silver Salver, inscribed "Presented to E.W. Terrey Esq on the occasion of his marriage by the Staff & Workmen employed on the Rivelin Tunnel 14th May 1907", 34cms diameter, 855grams; A Larger Hallmarked Silver Salver, inscribed "Presented to Mr William Terrey, The General Manager of the Water Department by his Colleagues, the Chief Officers of the Sheffield Corporation, on the occasion of his retirement after serving the Corporation since the transfer of the Water Undertaking in 1888 30th June 1930", 37.5cms diameter, 1425grams; A Hallmarked Silver Ink Stand, inscribed "A Memento of 42 Years Service from the Sheffield Water Works Staff to Mr William Terrey General Manager on his retirement 1st July 1930", 23cms wide; Together with Terrey [William]: History and Description of the Sheffield Water Works July 1924, (48pages with fold out maps). £800-1000
88.     A Hallmarked Silver Cocktail Shaker, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1936, of plain design, with pull off cover, 420grams. £80-120
89.     A Hallmarked Silver Mug, HH, Sheffield 1977, of plain tapering cylindrical form, with elongated loop handle, on circular spreading base, 410grams. £70-100
90.     A Matched George III / George IV Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Teaset, Philip Rundell, London 1819, 1821, each of rounded rectangular semi reeded form, with gadrooned and leaf scroll border and leaf capped scroll handles, raised on rounded rectangular pedestal base, total weight 2040grams. (3) £2000-2500
91.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Menu Card Holders, John & William Deakin, Chester 1898, each of pierced scroll design, with half hoop support, initialled "F". (2)
£30-50
92.     A Hallmarked Silver Four Piece Dressing Table Set, (marks rubbed) Chester 1900, each allover detailed in relief, initialled; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Trinket Box, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1900, of shaped oval form, allover detailed in relief, 13cms wide; a button hook and a pair of scissors. (7) £60-80
93.     A Set of Five Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Teaspoons, T.S, London 1807; Together with A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Teaspoons, HS, London 1834, initialled, etc. (12) £20-40
94.     A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Teaset, L&R, Birmingham 1932, each of panelled form, on circular spreading base, total weight 925grams. (3) £300-400
95.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Photograph Frame, A.B&Co, Birmingham 1908, of square form with circular aperture, on easel back, 10.5cms high. £20-30
96.     A Hallmarked Silver Salver, Northern Goldsmith Company, Sheffield 1921, of shaped circular design, bearing armorial crest and motto "NULLI PRAEDA SUMUS" (We are a prize for no one) and dated "30th June 1923", raised on three pad feet, 36cms diameter, 1230grams. £300-400
97.     A Matched Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Teaset, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1911, 1913, each of shaped oval design, raised on scroll legs and paw feet, initialled "C", total weight 920grams. (3) £200-300
98.     A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Teaset, William & George Sissons, London 1879, each of tapering cylindrical form, with engraved swag decoration, total weight 1265grams. (3) £300-400
99.     A Hallmarked Silver Teapot, Messrs Barnard, London 1838, of circular form with scroll loop handle and flowerhead finial to hinged lid, on four scroll feet, 790grams. £180-220
100.    A Hallmarked Silver Mug, HCD, Birmingham 1955, of plain baluster form, inscribed "Good Health Jack from all at Birmingham 1957", 300grams; Together with A Smaller Hallmarked Silver Mug, initialled and dated, 105grams. (2) £80-120
101.    A Hallmarked Silver Vase, D&F, Birmingham 1915, of tapering design, with flared rim, on circular spreading base (weighted), 18cms high. £30-50
102.    A Hallmarked Silver Jug, M&J, Birmingham 1933, with reeded edge, 90grams. £20-40
103.    A Pair of Small Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boats, makers marks rubbed, Birmingham 1912, each with bead and reel border, raised on three pad feet, total weight 130grams. (2) £30-50
104.    A Hallmarked Silver Mug, William Gibson & John Langman, London 1890, of Middle Eastern style, allover engraved, 140grams. £30-50
105.    A Hallmarked Silver Caddy Spoon, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1796, with shell bowl; Together with Another Caddy Spoon. (2) £30-50
106.    A Hallmarked Silver Caddy Spoon, Birmingham 1835(?), with shaped bowl; Together with Another Caddy Spoon, with rounded rectangular bowl. (2) £30-50
107.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Hanoverian Pattern Spoons, (marks indistinct), initialled, total weight 160grams. (2) £30-50
108.    A Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Basting Spoon, DF, 1924, 145grams. £60-100
109.    A Pair of Scottish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Sauce Ladles, DF, 1830, initialled, 60grams. (2) £30-50
110.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Table Spoons, IB, London, initialled. (2) £30-50
111.    A Hallmarked Silver Child's Fork and Spoon, Birmingham 1864, each with engine turned decoration, initialled; Together with A Pair of Preserve Spoons. (4) £20-30
112.    A Hallmarked Silver Vinaigrette, IS, Birmingham 1818, detailed as a satchel, the gilt lined interior with pierced hinged grille. £60-80
113.    A Hallmarked Silver Vinaigrette, S&S, Birmingham 1818, foliate engraved, the gilt lined interior with scroll pierced grille; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, foliate engraved, monogrammed. (2) £60-80
114.    A Hallmarked Silver Sovereign Case, fitted for one full and one half sovereign coin, of plain rounded rectangular form, with suspension loop. £40-60
115.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver and Mother of Pearl Fish Knives and Forks, EH, London 1886, in original fitted wooden case. £60-80
116.    A Hallmarked Silver Marrow Scoop, Thomas Graham & Jacob Willis, London 1789, 23.5cms long. £40-60
117.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Ivory Page Turner, (marks rubbed) 31.5cms long. £30-50
118.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, London 1900, complete with matching sugar tongs, in original fitted case; Together with A JD&S EPBM Inkstand, fitted with single inkwell, the circular hinged lid monogrammed and dated "15/11/09". (2) £25-40
119.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver and Harlequin Enamel Coffee Spoons, T&S, Birmingham 1959, 1963, each with coffee bean knop, in a fitted case. £30-50
120.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Lead Crystal Claret Jug, CJ Vander Ltd, Sheffield 1995, of baluster form with fruiting vine scroll handle. £180-200
121.    A Novelty Hallmarked Silver Handled Magnifying Glass, Birmingham 1908, detailed as a jester, 9.8cms long. £20-40
122.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Freestanding Mirror, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1911, on easel back (worn), overall height 51cms. £100-150
123.    A Hallmarked Silver Campaign / Travelling Five Piece Cutlery Set, Henry John Lias & James Wakely, initialled, contained in original fitted case, initialled. £30-50
124.    A Hallmarked Silver Snuff Style Box, Birmingham 1987, with engine turned decoration, raised textured border and gilt lined, initialled "JJG", 5.3cms wide. £50-60
125.    A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, PJD, Edinburgh 2000, allover engine turned with textured thumbpiece, gilt lined, initialled "J.J.G", 6.3cms wide. £40-50
126.    A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, PJD, Edinburgh 2001, allover engine turned with textured thumbpiece, gilt lined, initialled "J.J.G", 6.4cms wide. £40-50
127.    A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, Birmingham 1990, with engine turned decoration, initialled "J.J.G", 5.1cms wide. £30-40
128.    A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, Birmingham 1988, with engine turned decoration, gilt lined, initialled "JJG", 5.1cms wide. £30-40
129.    A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, PJD, Edinburgh 2000, with engine turned decoration, gilt lined, initialled "J.J.G", 5.1cms wide. £30-40
130.    A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, PJD, Birmingham 1997, allover engine turned with textured thumbpiece, gilt lined, initialled "J.J.G", 4.5cms wide. £30-40
131.    A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, PJD, Birmingham 1998, allover engine turned, gilt lined, initialled "J.J.G", 5.1cms wide. £30-40
132.    A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, PJD, Birmingham 1994, of plain oval form with textured thumbpiece, gilt lined, initialled "J.J.G", 5.2cms wide. £20-30
133.    A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, PJD, Birmingham 1992, allover engine turned with stripe highlights and textured thumbpiece, gilt lined, initialled "J.J.G", 4.4cms wide. £30-40
134.    A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, PJD, Birmingham 1993, allover engine turned with stripe highlight and textured thumbpiece, gilt lined, initialled "J.J.G", 4.5cms wide.
£30-40
135.    A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, PJD, Birmingham 1995, allover engine turned with rectangular highlight and textured thumbpiece, gilt lined, initialled "J.J.G", 4.4cms wide.
£30-40
136.    A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, PJD, Birmingham 1996, allover engine turned with stripe highlights and textured thumbpiece, gilt lined, initialled "J.J.G", 4.5cms wide.
£30-40
137.    A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, PJD, Birmingham 1989, allover engine turned with stripe highlights and textured thumbpiece, gilt lined, initialled "J.J.G", 4.5cms wide.
£30-40
138.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigar Case, Nathaniel Mills Birmingham 1850, of rounded rectangular form, allover engine turned, initialled, 12.5cms long. £150-250
139.    A Hallmarked Silver and Enamel Vesta Case, WR, London 1882, of oval form, detailed to the front with the Union Jack and the White Ensign, 5.8cms high. £50-70
140.    A Hallmarked Silver Salver, JD&S, Sheffield 1937, of shaped circular form, engraved "Presented to Mr and Mrs W. T. Baldwin on the occasion of their Silver Wedding April 30th 1938 by the Staff and Workmen of the Baldwin Electrical Co.", raised on four ball and claw feet, 36cms diameter, 1285grams. £400-500
141.    A Hallmarked Silver Bachelor's Three Piece Teaset, JBC&S, Birmingham 1910, each of shaped oval design with pointed loop handles, total weight 535grams. (3) £150-200
142.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Adams Jasperware Biscuit Barrel, JR, Sheffield 1916, with pull off cover and swing handle. £30-50
143.    A Hallmarked Silver Jug and Twin Handled Sugar Bowl, GB&S, Sheffield 1925, each of oval form detailed in relief, with pointed loop handles, total weight 485grams. £120-160
144.    A Hallmarked Silver Jug and Twin Handled Sugar Bowl, HF&Co, Sheffield 1936, each of plain rounded rectangular form, on rectangular spreading base, 310grams. (2) £70-100
145.    A Hallmarked Silver Lidded Pot, HP&S, Birmingham 1921; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Topped Tidy Jar, detailed with cherubs heads; a match box cover of similar design; and a hallmarked silver vase (base weighted). (4) £30-50
146.    A Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat, TG, London 1896, with leaf capped scroll handle, raised on three hoof capped hoof feet, 120grams. £30-50
147.    A Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat, Adie Bros, Birmingham 1939, with wavy cut edge, on three pad feet, 85grams. £25-40
148.    A Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat, EV, Sheffield 1936, with wavy cut edge, on three pad feet, 135grams.
£30-50
149.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Shell Dishes, JDWD, Sheffield 1911, each raised on three ball feet. (2) £20-40
150.    A Hallmarked Silver Lidded Mustard, (makers mark rubbed) Sheffield 1909, raised on four pad feet, with blue glass liner; Together with An Electroplated Swing Handled Basket, with frosted glass liner, raised on shaped pedestal base. (2) £20-40
151.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Salts, Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1919, of quaich design; Together with A Pair of Plated Salts, each with pierced scroll detail; and a hallmarked silver pepperette. (5) £20-40
152.    A Hallmarked Silver Rose Bowl, MH&Co Ld, Birmingham 1921, of circular form with geometric pierced rim and removable grille, 18.5cms diameter, 525grams. £200-250
153.    A Matched Pair of Hallmarked Silver Candlesticks, RC, London 1973, 1974, of Georgian style, converting to a pair of single candlesticks, 22.5cms high (bases weighted). (2) £400-500
154.    Sheffield Interest - A Hallmarked Silver Presentation Bell Relating to Mr William Kean, General Secretary of The National Union of Gold, Silver & Allied Trades, Later President of The T.U.C. 1934/1935, Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield 1935, "Presented to W. Kean, President, by British Trades Union Congress Margate September 1935", bearing the Margate Coat of Arms, the National Union of Gold, Silver & Allied Trades badge and T.U.C. Labour emblem, with Corinthian column handle and figural finial, 39cms high, 1040grams, raised on black socle base, under tall glass dome (damaged), overall height 47cms; Together with An Illuminated Address to Mr William Kean O.B.E., J.P., and Associated Ephemera.
*Born in Sheffield, Kean became a cutler working in silver and a trade unionist. By his early twenties he was secretary of the small Sheffield based Spoon and Fork Filers, Odd Workers and Stampers Society, from this position, he masterminded a merger of several small unions which formed the National Union of Gold, Silver and Allied Trades (NUGSAT), completed in 1911, and became its first secretary.
In 1921, Kean was elected to the General Council of the Trades Union Congress (TUC), remaining in place until 1945, having served as President 1934/1935. He died in 1954. £400-600
155.    A Pair of Diamond Cluster Earstuds, each claw set to the centre with a brilliant cut stone, within border of single cut diamonds. £200-300
156.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set, approximate total diamond weight 1.00cts. £1100-1300
157.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set. £600-700
158.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Dainty Drop Earrings, each set with brilliant, baguette and princess cut stones. £600-700
159.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone rubover set in wide setting. £550-600
160.    A Pair of Modern Diamond Set Earrings, each collet set to the centre with a brilliant cut stone. £475-500
161.    A Pair of Modern Diamond Set Earrings, of line design, each set with three brilliant cut stones. £475-500
162.    withdrawn
A Pair of Modern Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone tension set within heart shape setting, on screw post (lacking one back). £300-400
163.    A Pair of Diamond Cluster Earstuds, pink claw set to the centre, within border of brilliant cut diamonds, £1400-1500
164.    A Pair of Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone collet rubover set. £400-450
165.    A Pair of Diamond Set Earstuds, each of stylised design, set with four uniform brilliant cut stones, stamped "750". £150-250
166.    A Pair of Edwardian Style Drop Earrings, each of openwork design on elongated hook fitting. £30-50
167.    A Pair of Single Stone Diamond Set Earrings, illusion set; together with a pair of turquoise inset earrings. (2) £40-60
168.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set. £300-350
171.    Arte En Plata; A Mexican Silver Necklace, of fringe design, to snap clasp, stamped marks and numbered "112". £80-120
172.    A 9ct Gold Fancy Link Necklace, of uniform design. £300-350
173.    A 9ct Gold Curb Link Chain, of uniform design. £120-160
174.    A 9ct Gold Pendant, of openwork design detailed with two fish, on a 9ct gold chain. £100-150
175.    A Modern 18ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Pendant, collet rubover set with a brilliant cut stone, on 18ct gold chain. £700-800
176.    An 18ct White Gold Pear Shape Single Stone Diamond Pendant, claw set, on 18ct white gold chain. £500-600
177.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Rose Quartz and Diamond Set Pendant, cabochon set to the centre, within border of brilliant cut stones, below diamond set bale, on 18ct white gold chain. £1400-1500
178.    A XIX Century Oval Ivory Locket Pendant, carved with a floral spray, initialled to the reverse, 5.5cms long; Together A Heart Shape Pendant, a pair of earrings carved with roses and lily of the valley; and a pair of earrings with bead drop. (6) £50-60
179.    A Graduated Butterscotch Amber Bead Necklace, of forty beads, 75cms long; Together with Another, of uniform design. (2) £200-300
180.    A Tumbled Butterscotch Amber Bead Necklace, 42cms long; Together with Another Similar. (2) £70-100
181.    A Single Strand Butterscotch Amber Bead Necklace, of sixty one beads, 72cms long; Together with A Two Row Bead Necklace, and two other necklaces. (4) £120-180
182.    A Graduated Single Strand Cherry Amber Bead Necklace, of fifty five beads, 94cms long; Together with Two Others Similar. (3) £150-200
183.    A Graduated Single Strand Cherry Amber Bead Necklace, of forty nine beads, 70cms long; and two others similar. (3) £150-200
184.    A Graduated Single Strand Cherry Amber Bead Necklace, of thirty three beads, 48cms long; and three others similar and a pair of earrings. £100-150
185.    A Graduated Single Strand Cherry Amber Bead Necklace, of thirty one graduated beads; together with two others similar and two faceted necklaces. (5) £100-150
186.    A Modern Sapphire and Diamond Cross Pendant, indistinctly stamped "k18", on 9ct white gold chain. £80-100
187.    A 9ct Gold St. Christopher Pendant, on a chain; together with a further pendant and an Egyptian Ankh pendant. (3) £80-100
188.    Lalique; A Modern Serpent Pendant, stamped "Lalique", on a 9ct gold chain. £120-180
189.    Issanchou Limoges; An Art Nouveau Enamel Pendant, depicting a Pre-Raphaelite style lady, wearing blue, green and mauve, with wavy brown hair, against a red ground, the reverse signed "Issanchou Limoges", overall length 5cms.
*Jean Baptiste Issanchou was a master Limoges enameller who worked in the classical style. Born in 1875 he was also a talented painter and ceramic artist. £100-200
190.    A Coral Necklace, together with a XIX Century jet cameo style brooch, depicting female profile, etc. (5) £50-70
191.    A Modern Single Stone Diamond Pendant, the (6mm) brilliant cut stone four claw set, stamped "750", on fancy link chain stamped "14k". £700-800
192.    An Edwardian Pendant, of openwork scroll design, with claw set highlights, stamped "9ct", on integral chain. £50-80
193.    A XIX Century Diamond and Pearl Cross Pendant, set throughout with old mine cut stones, suspending three pearl drops, below diamond set split bale. £300-500
194.    An Amethyst Set Pendant / Brooch, graduated oval collet set, suspending teardrop on chain suspension (later applied pendant loop), on fancy link chain. £150-250
195.    An Amethyst and Pearl Heart Shape Pendant, with black enamel detail, on a chain; Together with A 9ct Gold Heart Shape Pendant, claw set to the centre, on a chain. £80-120
196.    A Georgian Mourning Pendant, the circular panel detailed to the front with a woman beside a grave, the reverse with hairwork and initials "JR". £100-200
197.    A XIX Century Tortoiseshell Oval Locket Pendant, with inset shield detail, on a chain; together with a piqué work pendant, on a chain. £30-50
198.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Black Pearl and Diamond Pendant, the single pearl drop suspended from four stone diamond set bale, on 18ct white gold chain. £150-180
201.    A Modern 9ct Gold Brooch, as a rainbow over a landscape; Together with Another Brooch, circular collet set. (2) £70-100
202.    A Large XIX Century Cut Steel Brooch, in the form of an arrow, 16cms long. £50-80
203.    A Set of Three Cut Steel Brooches, of circular pierced design; Together with A Middle Eastern Style Waist Buckle, composed of two rectangular panels, detailed in relief; a pair of buckles etc. £20-40
204.    A 9ct Gold Pearl Set Brooch, of floral spray openwork design, claw set to the centre. £120-150
205.    A Diamond Set Bar Brooch, of openwork design, collet set to the centre, in a fitted case. £70-100
206.    An Essex Crystal Bar Brooch, the oval crystal intaglio carved to depict a fish, oval collet set on plain bar stamped "9ct". £100-150
207.    A Diamond Set Bar Brooch, as a crown, on plain bar stamped "9ct & PT", in a fitted case. £70-100
208.    An Edwardian Pearl Set Brooch, of crescent design with applied stylised detail, in original James Weir Glasgow fitted case; Together with An Edwardian Pearl and Diamond Set Brooch, of flowerhead design, claw set to the centre with and old cut diamond. (2) £100-150
209.    A Collection of Bar Brooches and Stickpins, including frosted glass and diamond, opal, scarab beetle etc. (10) £50-80
210.    Oystein Balle; A Norwegian Enamel Brooch, of oval design, highlighted in white, stamped "Balle 925S" "Sterling Norway". £70-100
213.    A Geometric Link Bracelet, of uniform design, to snap clasp, stamped "K18". £300-350
214.    An Opal Set Bracelet, of graduated curb link design, with five oval collet set highlights, to snap clasp indistinctly stamped "15ct". £80-120
215.    A 9ct Gold Curb Link Charm Bracelet, to heart shape padlock clasp, suspending numerous novelty charm pendants, including rocking horse, bulldog etc. £400-600
216.    A 9ct Gold Bangle, leaf scroll engraved to the front, hinged to snap clasp. £100-150
217.    A Curb Link Bracelet, to 9ct gold heart shape padlock clasp, of semi textured design, stamped "9". £180-220
218.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Cocktail Bracelet, of curved design, set throughout with brilliant cut stones. £3100-3300
219.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Line Bracelet, of uniform design, illusion set, to snap clasp, approximate total diamond weight 3.00cts. £3600-3800
220.    A Curb Link Charm Bracelet, stamped "9c", to heart shape padlock clasp, suspending six assorted charm pendants including two vintage motor cars, each with inset detail. £350-400
221.    A Three Row Curb Link Bracelet, of uniform design, to snap clasp, indistinctly stamped, suspending heart shape pendant. £120-160
222.    A 9ct Gold Curb Link Bracelet, of uniform design, to heart shape padlock clasp. £220-260
223.    A 9ct Gold Two Row Curb Link Bracelet, of uniform design, to swivel style clasp, suspending 9ct gold disc pendant, detailed with the head of a pit bull terrier. £120-150
224.    A Charm Bracelet, to heart shape padlock clasp, suspending numerous novelty charm pendants. £550-650
225.    A Curb Link Charm Bracelet, to heart shape padlock clasp, suspending numerous novelty charm pendants. £25-40
226.    A 9ct Gold Curb Link Bracelet, to swivel style clasp, suspending T-bar and heart shape pendant. £200-250
227.    A Modern Bracelet, of uniform design with textured finish, stamped "14K". £200-300
228.    A 9ct Gold Bangle, pierced and scroll engraved to the front, hinged to snap clasp. £150-200
229.    A Modern Bangle, of three row, two colour crossover hinged design, stamped "585". £250-300
230.    A Wide Fancy Link Bracelet, of uniform openwork design, to snap clasp indistinctly stamped "750". £600-650
231.    A 9ct Gold Curb Link Bracelet, of uniform design to heart shape padlock clasp. £300-400
232.    A Curb Link Charm Bracelet, to concealed snap clasp stamped "15ct", suspending seven assorted pendants including Union Jack flag etc. £300-350
233.    A Turquoise Set Bracelet, circular collet set, to snap clasp. £60-80
234.    A XIX Century Bangle, oval cabochon set to the centre, hinged to snap clasp, in a fitted case. £70-100
235.    A Diamond Set Line Bracelet, of uniform design, set throughout with fifty eight brilliant cut stones, to snap clasp, indistinctly stamped. £700-800
236.    Tiffany & Co; An Art Deco Style Bracelet, of geometric design with claw set polished hardstone highlights and ring connections, to snap clasp, inscribed "Tiffany And Co London". £2750-3000
239.    An 18ct White Gold Seven Stone Diamond Ring, of uniform design, set throughout with brilliant cut stones. £300-400
240.    An 18ct Gold Diamond Set Five Stone Ring, graduated set. £150-200
241.    A 9ct Gold Five Stone Ring, graduated set; Together with Another Ring, stamped "18ct". (2) £40-60
242.    An Opal and Diamond Ring, claw set with graduated old cut diamonds and oval cabochon opals. £50-80
243.    A Three Stone Opal Ring, of uniform design, line set; Together with A Single Stone Opal Ring, claw set. £80-120
244.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, four claw set to the centre, between baguette cut inset shoulders. £1450-1550
245.    A Large Modern 18ct White Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, claw set with three (7mm) brilliant cut stones, approximate total diamond weight 3.60cts. £6800-7200
246.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Cluster Ring, of flowerhead design, claw set, approximate total diamond weight 2.50cts. £2700-3000
247.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, of crossover design collet set. £775-800
248.    An 18ct White Gold Five Stone Diamond Ring, claw set with uniform brilliant cut stones. £875-900
249.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the old cut stone eight claw set, indistinctly stamped "18ct" "Plat". £200-250
250.    A Diamond Cluster Ring, of oval design, claw set with old cut stones, between trifurcated shoulders, stamped "18c". £150-200
251.    An Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring, rectangular claw set to the centre, within border of brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "18c". £300-400
252.    A Modern Black Opal Set Dress Ring, oval collet rubover set, stamped "18ct" "750". £70-100
253.    A Gent's Two Colour Diamond Set Ring, the central brilliant cut stone within stylised two colour setting, stamped "14K". £600-700
254.    An 18ct Gold Pear Shape Single Stone Diamond Ring, claw set. £500-550
255.    A Modern Diamond Set Dress Ring, of three row design, set throughout with princess, baguette and brilliant cut stones £600-700
256.    A Two Tone Diamond Set Gent's Dress Ring, the central square panel set with four uniform brilliant cut stones, between textured two tone watch bracelet style shoulders, indistinctly stamped "750". £500-550
257.    A Modern Sapphire and Diamond Set Ring, of twisted design, channel and claw set, indistinctly stamped. £150-180
258.    A Diamond Set Band, with swivelling centre section, stamped "585" "T&S Alyans". £100-120
259.    A Modern 9ct White Gold Diamond Set Ring, inset with single cut stones. £50-70
260.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone illusion set. £80-100
261.    An Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring, rectangular claw set to the centre, within claw set border of brilliant cut diamonds. £600-700
262.    A XIX Century Ashford Marble Ring, the inset panel within circular frame and bifurcated shoulders. £30-50
263.    A Modern 18ct Gold Oval Cut Diamond Set Ring, collet set throughout, between six smaller brilliant cut diamonds. £400-600
264.    A Large Single Stone Dress Ring, claw set between diamond set shoulders, stamped "Plat" £200-300
265.    A Large Five Stone Diamond Ring, claw set with five graduated old cut stones, stamped "18ct" "Plat". £2000-3000
266.    An 18ct Gold Princess Cut and Trillion Cut Three Stone Diamond Ring, corner claw set, stamped "750", approximate total diamond weight 1.30cts. £1000-1200
267.    A Large Princess Cut Five Stone Diamond Ring, the uniform (4.5mm) stones claw set, stamped "14k". £2000-3000
268.    An 18ct Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated brilliant cut stones semi collet and claw set. £1000-1200
269.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (8mm) brilliant cut stone four double claw set, indistinctly stamped. £2000-2500
270.    An 18ct Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, the wide band set to the front with uniform brilliant cut stones. £500-700
271.    A Modern Princess Cut Diamond Set Band, two row set to the centre with uniform princess cut diamonds, between outer rows of uniform brilliant cut diamonds, indistinctly stamped. £500-700
272.    A Five Stone Diamond Ring, half rubover/half claw set, with uniform brilliant cut stones, stamped "750". £150-200
273.    A Single Stone Ring, high circular collet set, between plain tapering shoulders, indistinctly stamped; Together with Another Single Stone Ring, claw set. (2) £80-120
274.    A Diamond Set Half Eternity Style Band, claw set with eleven uniform brilliant cut stones. £150-180
275.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £150-200
276.    A Large Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (11mm) old cut stone eight claw set, indistinctly stamped "750". £7000-10000
277.    A Modern Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (7mm) brilliant cut stone claw set between pierced shoulders, stamped "18ct". £800-1200
278.    An Old Mine Cut Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (7mm) stone corner double claw set, between baguette cut shoulders, indistinctly stamped "Plat". £800-1200
279.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the old cut stone claw set. £300-400
280.    A Five Stone Diamond Ring, set with graduated old cut stones within scroll carved setting, stamped "18". £200-300
281.    An 18ct Gold Half Eternity Style Ring, of textured design, set throughout with uniform brilliant cut stones. £200-300
282.    An 18ct Gold Plain Wedding Band, together with a garnet cluster ring, of flowerhead design, claw set. (2) £70-100
283.    A Turquoise and Pearl Set Four Row Ring, together with a single stone ring stamped "18ct". (2) £50-80
284.    A Modern Platinum Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone four claw set. £150-200
285.    A Modern Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone four double claw set, between graduated inset shoulders, stamped "18k". £200-250
286.    A Dainty Diamond Set Band, of uniform design, set with brilliant cut stones; Together with A Dainty Textured Band, stamped "750". (2) £80-100
287.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the old cut stone claw set, stamped "18ct". £150-180
288.    A Dress Ring, of abstract design rubover set, stamped "585"; Together with A Single Stone Ring, claw set; and another ring. (3) £150-200
289.    A Continental Diamond Set Ring, of textured flowerhead design, inset with diamond chips, between openwork scroll shoulders. £170-200
290.    A Continental Emerald and Diamond Three Stone Ring, rectangular rubover set to the centre between two old cut diamonds and reeded shoulders. £220-250
291.    A Modern Diamond Set Dress Ring, of crossover design as two flowerheads, collet rubover set throughout. £200-250
292.    A Modern 18ct Gold Diamond Half Eternity Style Ring, of three row design, set throughout with brilliant and baguette cut stones. £330-350
293.    A Large Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (9mm at widest point) old cushion cut diamond eight claw set, between rose cut diamond inset shoulders. £4000-5000
294.    A Diamond Set Eternity Band, millegrain set throughout with uniform brilliant cut stones. £400-500
295.    A Modern Princes Cut Three Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated stones claw set high between channel set shoulders, stamped "14k". £450-500
298.    Patek Philippe; A 1970's 18ct Gold Cased Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed cushion shape dial with black Roman numerals, within plain case, on a strap, in original case with guarantee dated 11/4/75; Together with A Patek Philippe Watch Winding Box, (fitted for one wristwatch), a Patek Philippe museum booklet etc.
*Goldsmiths Insurance Valuation for the wristwatch, of £17,810, dated 24/05/2013.
£3500-4000
299.    Rolex Precision; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, baton markers and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement stamped "Rolex Precision" "17 Rubis", within (30mm) plain case, on later expanding bracelet. £300-400
300.    Rolex; A Ladies 9ct Gold Cased Wristwatch, the signed dial with black Arabic numerals, within plain case, bearing import marks for London 1915, on a strap. £200-300
301.    Leonidas; A Triple Date Calendar Moon Phase Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, day/date apertures and moon phase, movement unsigned, case stamped "794260" "1201", on a strap. £200-300
302.    Rotary; A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and dagger markers, within shaped case, to integral 9ct gold bracelet; Together with Another 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, on mesh link bracelet. (2) £70-100
303.    Longines; A La Grande Classique Ladies Wristwatch, with signed mother of pearl dial, to integral two colour bracelet, complete with spare links, in original box with booklet. £300-350
304.    Tudor Prince Oysterdate; An Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and centre seconds, (movement unseen) to integral bracelet, in original box with outer box and booklet. £500-600
305.    Omega; A Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and centre seconds, the movement stamped "Omega Swiss 16 Jewels" and numbered "9847350", within plain Dennison case, on later strap. £150-200
306.    Longines; A Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers and seconds subsidiary dial, the case engraved "ENGELHARD 1948-1978 Mr M. A. Upton For Loyal Service", on later strap. £150-200
307.    An 18ct Gold Cased Diamond Set Ladies Cocktail Wristwatch, the circular dial within diamond set bezel, to integral textured bracelet. £200-300
308.    Cartier; An 18ct Gold Panthère Ladies Wristwatch, the signed textured dial within panther design bezel, (movement unseen) the case signed and stamped ""2325" "CC425199", to integral bracelet with concealed fold over clasp. £3800-4000
309.    Rolex; An Oyster Perpetual Air-King Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers and centre seconds, (movement unseen) within plain case stamped "987141" "Registered Design 5500", on original bracelet. £500-700
312.    Waltham; A 9ct Gold Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, Birmingham 1925. £200-300
313.    A Georgian Pair Case Pocketwatch, the dial with black Arabic numerals and scroll hand (lacking glass), the movement signed "Robt Twyford London" and numbered 815, within plain case and shagreen covered pair case (damages). £100-200
314.    An 18ct Gold Pair Case Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed "S&R Douglas Liverpool" and numbered 1287, set with diamond end stone, within plain case and plain pair case, Chester 1809. £700-1000
315.    A Repeater Hunter Pocketwatch, the dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, four subsidiary dials and moon phase, within monogrammed case, stamped "18ct". £1000-1500
316.    An XVIII Century Continental Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, the dial with Arabic numerals, the movement signed "Sml Leumas London" with scroll pierced decoration, within plain case, the pair case allover detailed in relief with a galleon with foliate and scroll highlights. £600-800
317.    An XVIII Century Continental Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, the dial with Arabic and Roman numerals and hand painted scene, the movement signed "Rob Higgs London" with scroll pierced decoration, within plain case, the pair case allover detailed in relief with classical figures with foliate and scroll highlights.
£150-250
318.    An 18ct Gold Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the silvered dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed "B. Lautier Bath" and numbered 11553, within plain case, London 1831. £300-500
319.    An 18ct Gold Cased Half Hunter Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed "Usher & Cole Clerkenwell London" and numbered 32310, within plain case with enamel Roman numerals, London 1922. £300-500
320.    Aaronson Manchester; A 9ct Gold Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, Birmingham 1923. £200-300
321.    Courvoisier Freres Chaux De Fonds (Suisse); A Continental Cased Repeater Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement cover inscribed "No 572022 "Courvoisier Freres Chaux De Fonds", within monogrammed case, stamped "K18". £500-700
322.    A Continental Cased Openface Repeater Pocketwatch, the dial with black Arabic and Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case stamped "18k". £300-500
323.    An 18ct Gold Cased Half Hunter Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed "J.J.Stockall 6&8 Clerkenwell Road London", within monogrammed case, London 1882. £300-500
324.    Manoah Rhodes & Sons Ltd Bradford; An 18ct Gold Cased Openface Chronograph Pocket Watch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and centre seconds, the movement signed "Manoah Rhodes & Sons Ltd Bradford" and numbered 30442, within monogrammed case, London 1899(?marks rubbed), in original fitted case. £500-700
325.    An 18ct Gold Openface Pocketwatch, the engine turned dial with Roman numerals, the movement signed "Jas Murray Royal Exchange", set with diamond end stone, the movement cover inscribed "Jas Murray Royal Exchange London" and numbered 1081, within engine turned case, London 1824, complete with key, contained in a fitted red travel case, with easel back. £400-600
326.    An 18ct Gold Cased Open face Pocketwatch, the foliate engraved dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed "Jacob Alper Hull", within case with vacant cartouche, London 1868. £200-300
327.    An 18ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the foliate engraved dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed "Robert Swinnerton Douglas", within decorative engraved case, London 1867, in a fitted case. £200-300
328.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, the dial with Roman numerals, the movement signed "R.W. Scurr Thirsk", within plain case and plain pair case, London 1829. £150-250
329.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, the dial with Roman numerals, the movement signed "Chas Lowe Dartford", within plain case and plain pair case, London 1827.
£150-200
330.    A Pair Case Pocketwatch, the dial with Roman numerals, the movement signed "Jas Blithe London", within plain case and plain pair case. £80-120
331.    Hebdomas Patent 8 Days Swiss Made; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with Roman numerals, two subsidiary dials and part visible movement, within engine turned case; Together with Another Hebdomas Hunter Pocketwatch, within plain case. (2) £40-60
332.    A Continental Automaton Repeater Pocketwatch, the dial with Arabic numerals, within blue enamel frame, applied with two classical figures, each striking a bell, within engine turned case. £700-1000
333.    Waltham USA; A Gold Plated Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within initialled case; together with an Albert chain, suspending seal type pendants, pocketwatch key, T-bar etc. £250-300
336.    Movado; A Ladies Calendar Purse Watch, the signed square dial with Arabic numerals and calendar chapter, within sliding case. £60-100
337.    Thos Russell & Son; An 18ct Gold Cased Fob Watch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals (lacking a hand), the movement signed "Thos Russell & Son Makers to to the Queen Church Street Liverpool" and numbered 82206, within plain case, Chester 1890. £150-250
340.    A 9ct Gold Vesta Case, of rounded square form, allover engine turned, with side suspension loop, H. Matthews, Birmingham 1922. £200-300
341.    A 9ct Gold Graduated Double Albert Chain, to double swivel type clasps, suspending T-bar. £350-400
342.    A Masonic Ball Pendant, opening to a cross, stamped "JH&S". £60-80
343.    An 18ct Gold Polished Hardstone Inset Swivel Pendant. £60-80
344.    A 9ct Gold Double Albert Chain, to double swivel type clasps, suspending T-bar. £400-500
345.    A 15ct Gold Albert Chain, to single swivel type clasp, suspending T-bar. £500-600
346.    A 15ct Gold Double Albert Chain, to swivel type clasp and bolt ring, suspending T-bar and enamelled shield shape pendant "S.&.D.W.S.A. Presented to Mr David Manuel as a mark of esteem for Valuable Services Rendered 1919 1930". £800-1000
347.    A 9ct Gold Curb Link Albert Chain, to double swivel type clasps, with sliding T-bar. £60-90
348.    A 9ct Gold Albert Chain, to swivel clasp, suspending T-bar and medallion pendant "E.& D.M.C.& L.C.C. 1923.S.T.R 2nd C.Rippon". £200-300
349.    A 9ct Gold Gent's Tie Slide, engine turned, in a fitted case. £50-70
350.    A Pair of 18ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, the oval panels on chain connections. £150-200
351.    A Pair of 15ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, the oval panels on chain connections, initialled. £100-150
352.    A 9ct Gold Mesh Link Purse, with suspension loop, hinged clasp 6cms wide. £250-350
353.    A Pair of Blue John Inset Heart Shape Cufflinks, on chain connections, in a fitted case; Together with A Pair of Green and White Enamel Cufflinks, and a pair of plain oval hallmarked silver cufflinks. (3) £40-60
356.    A Queen Victoria Sovereign, 1889 (poor), with applied scroll pendant loop. £150-200
357.    A Queen Victoria Sovereign, 1887, young head (M). £180-220
358.    A Queen Victoria Sovereign, 1885, young head (M). £180-200
359.    A Queen Victoria Sovereign, 1875, young head (S). £180-200
360.    A Queen Victoria Sovereign, 1882, young head (M). £180-200
361.    A Queen Victoria Sovereign, 1875, young head (S). £180-200
362.    A Queen Victoria Sovereign, 1885, young head (M). £180-200
363.    A Queen Victoria Sovereign, 1876, young head. £180-200
364.    A King George IV Sovereign, 1830, 'bare head' portrait, shield back. £180-200
365.    A King George III Sovereign, 1818, encased in glazed locket pendant. £180-200
366.    A King George III Half Sovereign, 1817, shield back. £70-100
367.    A King George III Sovereign, 1820, 'open 2'. £300-400