Silver & Jewellery Auction
on Thursday 14th January 2021

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1.      A Stylish William Hutton & Sons Plated Chocolate Pot, (numbered 34743) of octagonal form, with turned wood side handle, overall height 14cm, complete with matching jug and sugar bowl; an Arts & Crafts style plated lidded pot, of hammered finish (one foot broken); a large octagonal baluster sugar caster, pedestal dish, etc. 25-40
2.      A Collection of Assorted "Sheffield Club" Plated Cutlery, including matched set of fish knives and forks, etc. 25-40
3.      A Pair of XIX Century Plated on Copper Candlesticks, together with further assorted plated ware including sauce boats, toast racks, miniature trophy cups, bottle coasters, mug, cruet items, etc. 20-30
4.      A Part Canteen of Community Plate Cutlery, (boxed) :- One Tray 20-40
5.      A Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1933, with decorative edge and scroll handle, raised on three shell capped pad feet (158grams); together with assorted plated ware, including two swing handled basket dishes, cruet items, napkin rings, coffee pot, twin handled sugar bowl, sugar scuttle, oval tray, etc. 60-80
6.      A Hallmarked Silver Bottle Coaster, CMH, (925) London 2003, of plain circular form with turned wood base with inset disc, rim 8.6cm diameter; together with a larger plated bottle coaster, with gadrooned edge and turned wood base, plated trays, assorted cutlery, matching cream jug and sugar scuttle, etc :- One Box 30-50
7.      An Oval Plated Meat Dome, with acanthus leaf handle, overall width 35.5cm; together with three plated lidded entree dishes (one lacking handle) and a circular plated muffin dish. (5) 50-70
8.      Harrods; A Set of Six Mother of Pearl Handled Knives, (approximately 15.3cm long) in original Harrods fitted case; together with a collection of assorted plated cutlery, including ceramic handled cake knife, sugar tongs, etc :- One Box 20-30
9.      A Set of Five Part Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, possibly Peter & William Bateman, London 1809, bright cut engraved (noticeable damages) (total weight 58grams); a pair of hallmarked silver napkin rings, (Sheffield 1930) (total weight 40grams); a wine bottle drip ring (boxed), plated oval lidded entree dish, trays, cruet items etc. 30-50
10.     A Georgian Style Plated Lidded Water Jug, on square pedestal base, with high loop handle (cracked/repair); an HE&Co plated jug and sugar bowl, a swing handled basket, oval plated tray etc. 25-40
11.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Glass Decanter, Sheffield 1904, "To W.D. from W.I. and H.W.B. Dec. 1904." (lacking stopper); together with a cut glass stoppered decanter on swing handled stand and a Christopher Dresser style plated oil/vinegar two bottle stand, complete with stoppers and plated labels. (3) 30-50
12.     A c.Early XX Century Harrison Brothers & Howson Alpha Plated Roll Top Breakfast Server, with internal dish and pierced liner, overall width over handles 35.7cm. 30-50
13.     A JD&S Electroplated Three Bottle Locking Tantalus, of plain design, with three hobnail cut glass stoppered decanters (lacking key), base 33cm wide. 60-90
14.     A Collection of Assorted Plated Tea Sets, including EPBM, predominantly of semi reeded form :- One Box 30-40
15.     A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, including bead necklaces, bracelets, diamante style, imitation pearls, bangles, earrings etc :- One Box 20-30
16.     A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, including ethnic style bangles, bead necklaces, imitation pearl bead necklaces, bracelets, rings etc :- One Box 20-30
17.     A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, including ethnic style necklaces, bangles, brooches, etc :- One Box 20-30
18.     A J.W Benson Ltd Jewellers & Silversmiths 62 and 64 Ludgate Hill London Oak Canteen Case, the hinged lid with brass shield (blank) and twin recessed carry handles, the blue lined interior with lift out tray, case 47.2cm wide, 13.5cm high (no key); together with a smaller oak canteen case, with lift out tray, 40.5cm wide, 9cm high. (2) 20-40
19.     A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, including imitation pearl bead necklaces, hair accessories, gilt coloured fancy chains, bangles, earrings, rings etc :- One Box 20-30
20.     Two Gent's Wristwatches, 1983 'The New 1 Coin', proof, further coins, imitation coin set ring, 1953 Coronation souvenir, etc. 10-15
21.     A Set of Three Part Hallmarked Silver Flutes, possibly Birmingham 1907, 9cm long (damages) (lacking stand); together with two hallmarked silver (filled) handles (damages/incomplete), two hallmarked silver napkin rings, a Middle Eastern style model boat (damages/incomplete), a travelling inkwell, spoons (damages/incomplete) etc. 30-50
22.     A Selection of Diamante Style Costume Jewellery, including earrings, fancy necklaces, bracelets, rings, etc :- One Box 20-30
23.     A Continental Tea Strainer, (stamped marks indistinct) the small pierced bowl within wide border, detailed in relief with classical figures, overall length 14.5cm; together with a hallmarked silver and enamel lidded glass jar, highlighted with flowerheads, with internal glass stopper, 7.3cm high; a pair of plated candlesticks/flute holders, modern faux mother of pearl handled cutlery, etc :- One Tray 25-40
24.     A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, including "Forstner Sterling Silver" Canadian brooch, vintage copper ivy leaf pendant, brooch and similar clip earrings, modern costume earrings, beads, etc, souvenir teaspoons and a pewter mug :- One Tray 15-25
25.     A Large Hallmarked Silver Topped Globular Glass Scent Bottle, Chester 1885, with screw off cover (lacking internal stopper), overall height 14.5cm; together with a hallmarked silver topped cut glass bottle (damages), perfume bottles etc. (5) 40-60
26.     A Matched Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Dressing Table Set, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1939, Chester 1940, 1941, each allover engine turned, in original fitted case, with an associated comb. 30-50
27.     A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, bead necklaces, imitation pearl beads, a gilt coloured Jewelcraft fancy necklace, of openwork design, a gilt coloured panel style necklace, a filigree style pendant on chain with matching clip earrings, a small selection of fancy gilt coloured brooches, Celtic style brooches etc :- One Tray 10-20
28.     A Six Setting Canteen of Dubarry Pattern Plated Cutlery, including fish knives and forks, cheese knife etc :- One Tray 25-40
29.     A Small Selection of Modern Ladies Wristwatches, including Swatch, Pod, Lorus, Urban, etc :- One Tray 10-20
30.     Ornate Necklaces, panel style bracelets, diamante clip on earrings, other large earrings, diamante necklaces etc :- One Tray 15-25
31.     A Small Selection of Modern Ladies Wristwatches, including Solo, Ingersoll, a panel style Swatch, Limit, Sekonda etc :- One Tray 10-20
32.     A Hallmarked Silver and Mother of Pearl Single Blade Folding Fruit Knife, JYC, Sheffield 1863, (blade loose and bent) with decorative (cracked scales); together with further folding pocket knives, inkwell, napkin rings, corkscrew etc :- One Tray 20-30
33.     A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, Birmingham 1905, (squashed/damaged) (84grams); a hallmarked silver mounted circular photograph frame, on wooden easel back overall height 8.8cm (dents); a hallmarked silver handled shoe horn; a modern ladies wristwatch and a vintage tin. (5) 30-40
34.     Assorted Costume Jewellery, including two hinged bangles stamped "925", costume dress rings, imitation pearls, chains, pendants, brooches, bangles etc :- One Tray 20-30
35.     A Selection of Diamante Style Costume Jewellery, including drop earrings, fancy panel style bracelets, hair slides, pendants etc :- One Tray 20-30
36.     A Set of Three Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Forks, Sheffield 1893, 20cm long (total weight 190grams); together with a selection of assorted plated ware, including XIX Century steel forks and a knife, etc. 60-90
37.     A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Tea Set, JD&S, Sheffield 1945, each of plain circular form with textured handles and spreading rim base, total weight 830grams. (3) 250-350
38.     A Chester Hallmarked Silver Rimmed Cut Glass Bowl, together a pair of Art Deco electroplated servers. (3) 30-50
39.     Pembroke College Oxford; A Large Hallmarked Silver Goblet, Payne & Son, London 1973, bearing feature hallmarks, Coat of Arms and inscribed "Coll. Pemb. Oxon. 1624-1974", 16cm high, 310grams. 80-120
40.     A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Tea Set, EV, Sheffield 1939, each of plain elongated octagonal form, raised on four pad feet, total weight 1030grams. (3) 350-400
41.     A Hallmarked Silver Topped Globular Cut Glass Scent Bottle, WD, Birmingham 1905, with internal stopper, 10.5cm high; together with a smaller example with screw top, a plain rectangular plain glass bottle with hallmarked silver and blue enamel screw top (enamel loss/damage), etc. (5) 30-50
42.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Topped Globular Glass Scent Bottles, London 1904; together with a pair of Chester hallmarked silver mounted (marks rubbed) cut glass scent bottles (associated/incorrect stoppers). (4) 30-50
43.     Assorted Hallmarked Silver Topped Glass Bottles, (various makers/dates), including turquoise enamel, a globular scent bottle (8.6cm high) (lacking stopper); an unmarked example, etc (damages). (6) 25-40
44.     A Large Hallmarked Silver Topped Globular Glass Scent Bottle, London 1901; together with two hallmarked silver topped glass dressing table jars (damages). (3) 30-50
45.     A Small Hallmarked Silver and Enamel Lidded Pot, CEW&S, Birmingham 1927, the pull off over highlighted in blue and white, (base 4cm diameter) (enamel loss/damage); together with a hallmarked silver and enamel topped glass jar (enamel loss/damage); and two further trinket pots. (4) 25-40
46.     Three Hallmarked Silver Lidded Glass Trinket Boxes, (various makers/dates) (damages), longest 11cm; together with a hallmarked silver ring tree, Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1905 (dish base 6.6cm diameter) (18grams). (4) 30-50
47.     A Carrs of Sheffield Millennium Hallmarked Silver Napkin Ring, (Sheffield 2000), bearing feature hallmarks, in original box; together with another hallmarked silver napkin ring, bearing feature hallmarks (Sheffield 1978), another example stamped "Sterling Silver"; and a wide example (stamped "84"), etc. (5) 20-40
48.     A Hallmarked Silver Trinket Box, Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1900, of rectangular form, allover detailed in relief with leaf scrolls, the hinged lid initialled to the centre, approximately 10cm wide; together with a hallmarked silver lid (lacking base), of elongated rectangular form, with stylised sinuous detail, 15.5cm long; and another hallmarked silver lid (lacking base), detailed in relief with cherubs heads (total weight 123grams). (3) 40-60
49.     A Hallmarked Silver and Yellow Enamel Bedside Clock, the circular dial (marked "France") with Arabic numerals, within shaped frame (enamel damage/losses), on hinged support, 7.1cm high; A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, allover leaf scroll engraved and initialled (damages). (2) 30-50
50.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Spill Vases, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1913, approximately 14cm high (bases filled); together with a smaller example, Birmingham 1918. (3) 20-30
51.     A Set of Six Hallberg Swedish Forks, stamped "C.C. Hallberg" "S" and "V7", 18.6cm long, total weight 300grams. (6) 80-120
52.     A Set of Five Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, Messrs Lias, London 1832, initialled "W" over "WG"; together with fourteen assorted hallmarked silver spoons (various makers/dates), total weight 270grams. (19) 80-120
53.     Egon Lauridsen; A Set of Six Danish Harlequin Enamel Demitasse Spoons, gilt, stamped "Ela Denmark Sterling 925 S" (9.4cm long) (total weight 50grams), in original fitted case. 30-50
54.     A Hallmarked Silver Topped Decorative Glass Sugar Caster, George Unite, Birmingham 1927, with star pierced pull off cover. 20-30
55.     A Pair of Georgian Hallmarked Silver Salts, SA, London 1773, each of plain circular form raised on three hoof capped hoof feet, together with two salt spoons. 60-90
56.     A Hallmarked Silver Pedestal Trinket Dish, EJH, Birmingham 1934 (bearing Jubilee stamp) 8cm diameter (22grams) (dented); a decorative hallmarked silver trinket dish, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1898, of shaped oval form (73grams). (2) 30-50
57.     A Decorative Pair of Hallmarked Silver Bonbon Dishes, Charles Boyton, London 1895, each of oval pierced design, detailed in relief with stylised scrolls, 16.4cm long (total weight 122grams); together with a smaller example (Birmingham 1896). (3) 40-60
58.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Dwarf Candlesticks, T&S, Birmingham 1960, each with removable nozzle/misshapen) on hexagonal spreading base (bases weighted) 6.2cm high. (2) 20-40
59.     A Hallmarked Silver Cream Jug, (marks rubbed) with prick dot details and reeded edge and angular loop handle. 60-90
60.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Turned Wood "Peter Piper Pepper" Mill, PGCoLd, London 1955, overall height 10.3cm. 20-30
61.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Horn Beaker, WP, Sheffield 1886, with applied cross detail, 9.1cm high; together with a novelty plated "Just A Thimble Full" tot. (2) 20-30
62.     A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Sugar Bowl, WG.JL, Sheffield 1891, of semi reeded form, engraved "Sincere Congratulations & Best Wishes to Mr & Mrs John Walling on the occasion of their Diamond Wedding April 21 1905 G&JB" (88grams). 25-40
63.     A Small Hallmarked Silver Heart Shape Pill Box, A&LLd, Birmingham 1900, the hinged lid detailed in relief, gilt lined, (2.9cm long); together with a novelty charm/pendant, as a little book with blank hinged pages, detailed to the front in enamel with a cherub sitting upon two hearts; a novelty envelope stamp case, stamped "Sterling Silver". (3) 20-30
64.     A Pair of Part Hallmarked Silver Sugar Nips, with loop handles and shell bowls. 30-40
65.     A Pair of Part Hallmarked Silver Sugar Nips, TH RM, with shell bowls. 30-40
66.     A Hallmarked Silver Commemorative Dish, TM, London 1978, "The Tower of London 1078 1978", celebrating the 900th anniversary of the founding of the White Tower in Her Majesty's Tower of London, numbered 76-2500, with medallion inset to centre, 10.5cm diameter, overall weight 78grams, in original fitted case with certificate. 30-50
67.     A Hallmarked Silver Commemorative Ingot, YM, Birmingham 1976, "In Commemoration of The State Visit of Queen Elizabeth II to the United States on the Occasion of the 200th Anniversary of U.S. Independence" (47.5g), in original fitted case with related ephemera. 20-30
68.     A Hallmarked Silver Commemorative Ingot, YM, Birmingham 1977, "The Silver Jubilee of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II 1952 1977", mounted as a display below a hallmarked silver shield, between two oval blue and white Jasperware panels depicting The Queen and Prince Philip, wooden framed, perspex glazed, overall width 19.6cm. 25-40
Seventeen "The New Millennium Group One Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver" Ingots, fourteen complete with numbered certificate of authenticity (three without) stating ".999 Silver" "31.1grams", all in original boxes. (17) 150-250
70.     A XIX Century Miniature Horn Snuff Mull, the mount inscribed "Mrs T to A T", with hinged cover and chain suspension with finger ring (stamped "Sterling") (chain detached), mull 3.8cm long. 30-50
71.     A Novelty Hallmarked Silver Smoker's Pipe Tamper as A Booted Leg, CAP(?), London 1981, of antique style, 5.3cm long (27grams). 20-40
72.     A Small XIX Century Hallmarked Silver Snuff Box As A Book, JW, Birmingham 1810, with engraved decoration, 3.3cm long (9grams). 40-60
73.     A Hallmarked Silver Matchbox Cover, JRG&S, Birmingham 1907, detailed to the front in enamel "The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company", 4.2cm long (12grams) (dents), housing a vintage box of Bryant & May 'Brymay' safety matches. 20-30
74.     A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, Birmingham 1887, of slide out action, oval collet set to the front with ceramic panel portrait of Admiral Lord Nelson, 4.4cm (overall weight 32grams). 30-40
75.     A Hallmarked Silver Vinaigrette, George Unite & James Hilliard, Birmingham 1825, leaf engraved and initialled, gilt lined with decorative hinged grille, 3cm long (12grams). 50-80
76.     A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, JS&Co, Birmingham 1902, allover foliate engraved and initialled "BTD", with suspension loop; together with a smaller hallmarked silver vesta case, Birmingham 1904, allover leaf scroll engraved (total weight 50grams). (2) 30-50
77.     A c.Late XIX/Early XX Century Vesta Case, Celtic engraved to the front and inset hardstone "SPUNKS" (losses). 30-50
78.     Three Plated Vesta Cases, one engraved with the Isle of Man triskelion, with suspension loop. (3) 20-30
79.     A Hallmarked Silver Circular Vesta Case, Birmingham 1907, allover leaf engraved, with suspension loop (dents); together with a rectangular hallmarked silver vesta case, HP, Birmingham 1899, allover leaf scroll engraved, with central vacant shield (total weight 39grams). (2) 25-40
80.     A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, Deakin & Franics, Birmingham 1928, of slide out action, plain rectangular form, initialled "EMC"; together with a smaller hallmarked silver vesta case, engine turned and initialled (dents) (total weight 58grams). (2) 30-40
81.     A Hallmarked Silver Card Case, SB, Birmingham 1901, of plain curved rectangular form, with asymmetric hinged lid, 8.2cm (43grams) (dents), with a vintage pack of five mini Bowersburn vellum envelopes. 25-40
82.     Tissot; A Modern Gent's Wristwatch, the signed black dial with Roman numerals, line markers and date aperture, within black tachymeter bezel, case back states "10bar Water-Resistant 100m/330ft" "T039417 B", to black leather strap; together with another similar, with blue dial and bezel, to integral bracelet. (2) 30-50
83.     Majex; A Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed rectangular dial with line markers, within plain case (Edinburgh 1965), to integral textured bracelet (overall length 16.5cm) (overall weight 25grams), in original case. 250-350
84.     Tudor; A Vintage Prince Oysterdate Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed (brown?) dial with line markers, date aperture and centre seconds, (movement unseen) case back stamped "Original Oyster Case by Rolex Geneva", to integral bracelet (7205). 300-500
85.     William Owen Leeds; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial (lacking minute hand and glass), within engine turned case, Birmingham 1921, complete with key; together with a graduated curb link Albert chain (overall length 37cm). 40-60
86.     Michel Herbelin; A 'Newport' Gent's Wristwatch, the signed blue dial with line markers, centre seconds and date aperture, (movement unseen) case back numbered "12487", to integral bracelet, complete with spare links, in original box, with booklet and guarantee card dated 20/11/07); together with an Emporio Armani gent's wristwatch (strap worn), Boss Orange gent's wristwatch etc :- One Tray 60-100
87.     Tag Heuer; An Automatic Chronograph Gent's Wristwatch, ref:CK2111, the signed blue dial (also marked 200 Metres) with block markers, centre seconds, three subsidiary dials and date aperture, (movement unseen), case back stamped "CK2111" and "BC8092", to integral bracelet (complete with spare links), in original box (zipped case and box damaged) (no paperwork).
*Purchased new circa 2000 300-500
88.     A Pair of Vintage L'sB Enamel Gent's Cufflinks, the oval panels on chain connections (one detached); a blue enamel flag cufflink (odd), mother of pearl dress buttons, a dress stud stamped "10ct" (misshapen); modern gent's cufflinks, etc. 20-40
89.     A 9ct Plain Gold Wedding Band, (finger size M) (2.5g); a 9ct gold fine curb link bracelet, to T-bar and loop fastener (1.5g); an identity bracelet, cross pendant, an SJC Pewter sweetheart aeroplane tie clip, RAOB medallion "Presented to Bro. J.R. Todd K.O.M. by Bro. A.E. Lakin Treasurer Marshall Lodge Feb 22nd 1934, on ribbon, etc. 50-70
90.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Gent's Cufflinks, the large decorative panels bearing feature hallmarks (Sheffield 1977), on swivel bar backs (bent); together with a further pair of hallmarked silver gent's cufflinks and an odd example (total weight 47grams). 25-40
91.     Laurel; A Modern Bracelet, stamped "925", to magnetic clasp (overall length 19.3cm); a modern single stone dress ring (finger size P), stamped "925". (2) 30-50
92.     A Modern 9ct Gold Fancy Link Bracelet, of abstract design, to lobster clasp, overall length 19cm (9.5g); together with a very fine 9ct gold flat link chain. (2) 100-150
93.     Avanti (Ashbourne, Derbyshire); A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Earrings, of hinged hoop design, set throughout with brilliant cut stones (total weight 5.2g), boxed. 200-300
94.     Avanti (Ashbourne, Derbyshire); A Modern 18ct Rose Gold 'Cascata Diamond Bubble' Ring, of abstract design, collet rubover and channel set throughout with brilliant cut stones (finger size P) (5.4g), in original box. 400-600
95.     A 15ct Gold Diamond Set Ring, (Birmingham 1888) star set to the centre (finger size O) (2.2g). 50-70
96.     An Ankh Style Pendant, indistinctly stamped "375" and a 9ct gold heart shape padlock clasp (total weight 3.5grams). 30-50
97.     An 18ct Gold Cluster Dress Ring, claw set throughout, (finger size N) (3g). 70-90
98.     A 14ct Gold Sapphire and Diamond Set Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between alternate shoulders (finger size P) (2.5g). 50-70
99.     A Modern Emerald and Diamond Set Ring, of abstract design, claw set with a pear shape emerald and a (1mm) brilliant cut diamond, (current finger size O/shank open at top/can be adjusted), stamped "18K" (2.6g). 70-90
100.    An 18ct Gold Wide Plain Wedding Band, Sheffield 1976, (finger size S1/2) (7.5g). 150-200
101.    A 9ct Gold Triple Cluster Dress Ring, illusion and claw set (finger size P); together with a dainty single stone ring, stamped "9ct" (finger size N) (total weight 3.5grams). (2) 40-60
102.    A 9ct Gold "Dearest" Ring, claw set with seven uniform stones (finger size P) (2g). 30-40
103.    A XIX Century Oval Shell Carved Cameo Stickpin, depicting female profile with fruiting vines in her hair, overall length 8.8cm. 30-40
104.    A Pair of Cluster Earrings, of flowerhead design, claw set throughout, the unpierced screw backs stamped "9ct". 80-120
105.    A Middle Eastern Style Gent's Ring, the rectangular panel between tapered shoulders, of abstract design, (approximate finger size M/misshapen); a signet ring (stamped "Silver") (finger size T) a pierced dress ring indistinctly stamped and another (shank cut). (4) 10-15
106.    A Chester Hallmarked 18ct Gold Diamond Set Ring, (1910) graduated alternately set (finger size N) (2.5g). 70-100