Silver, Jewellery & Watches plus Penknives Auction
on Friday 20th August 2021

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200.    The following lots are part of the large single owner penknife collection of John Copley Burrows. Born in Chesterfield in 1939, he received his first pocket knife in 1953 from his school to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. This began a lifelong love of knives. He specialised in European knives and part of his collection is now in The History Museum, Sheffield.

Pocket Knives; A. Wragg, Sheffield, stag scales, 10cm closed, 18cm open; Hale Brothers, stag scales, 10cm closed, 17.5cm open and Lockwood Brothers, horn scales, 9cm closed, 16cm open. £60-80
201.    Pocket Knife Blades - Various sizes and shapes, to include H.G. Long, Sheffield, Jonathan Crookes, William Rodgers, Sheffield and many more. £15-25
202.    Pocket Knives - in the form of a Fish, Bullet, Farthing Coin and eight others. (11) £15-25
203.    Pocket Knives by Richards, Eye Witness, A. Wright, Mosely & Co and C. Butler, all approximately 9cm closed. £25-40
204.    Four Pocket Knives by Muela, Spain, one 14cm closed, two 10cm closed and one other. (4) £20-30
205.    Pocket Knives - A Single Blade Knife, the tang marked 'W.Jno. Baker, Hunter St Sydney', with mother of pearl scales, double bolster, brass lined, workback to spine and blade which is stamped "Bakers Sheep Knife", 14cm open; an unnamed knife, with mother of pearl scales, nickel silver bolsters, brass linings and workback to spring and blade, 19cm open, with cases. (2) £100-140
206.    Pocket Knives - Large pruner by Pradines - France, 13cm closed; Veritable Issarinox knife with wooden scales and lanyard ring, 10cm closed. (2) £20-30
207.    Pocket Knives, various unnamed knives, two pruners, military style etc. (8) £20-30
208.    Pocket Knife by William Rodgers, Sheffield, three blades, ivory scales, bolsters to each end with brass liners, 10cm closed. £80-100
209.    Four Pocket Knives by Inox, two 11cm long closed, two 8.5cm long closed. (4) £15-25
210.    Pocket Knives - W.H. Wragg of Sheffield, stag handle with brass bolster, 18cm open; Humphrey's of Sheffield, with stag handle, lanyard ring and brass bolster, 18cm open. (2) £80-100
211.    Four Pocket Knives by Inox, , 11cm closed, 20cm open. (4) £15-25
212.    A Pocket Knife in the Form of a 5 Franc Napoleon III Coin, dated 1868, one blade, one file, Eloi France; plus two other knives similar, one with St Christopher, the other patterned. (3) £60-80
213.    Three Sheffield Made Pocket Knives; Raynor, Cooke & Rydal, in mother of pearl, bolsters to each end with work back on spine and blade, the blade also with a bicycle motif, 10cm closed, 18cm open; William Rodgers, mother of pearl, with bolsters to each end, work back on spine and blade, 9.5cm closed, 17cm open and another by William Rodgers, mother of pearl, bolsters to each end, work back on spine and blade, 8.5cm closed, 15cm open, all with single blade. £100-150
214.    A Military Jackknife, the blade stamped "J. Rodgers & Son", with marlin spike, and tin opener, dated 1938, with lanyard ring, 12.5cm closed; A Military Knife, with blade and tin opener by Watts 1945, 10cm closed and a further military knife by J.H. Thompson of Sheffield, 1955, 10cm long. (3) £40-60
215.    A Pocket Knife in the Form of a Barrel, stamped inside "Jernbolaget Eskilstuna of Sweden", with revolving brass encased blade, 10cm closed, 16cm open. £50-80
216.    Pocket Knife Blades - Various sizes and shapes, to include Oats, H.G. Long, Sheffield, Baker and many more. £15-25
217.    A Multi- Blade Pocket Knife by Inox, inscribed "Cité Carcassonne" to scales; plus three knives with crossed arrows on tang, Okapi (German) etc. (10) £25-30
218.    Pocket Knife; The main blade stamped "Sydney", the small blade stamped "Made in Sheffield", mother of pearl with bolsters either end, 10cm closed, 23cm open; An Unnamed Penknife, in mother of pearl, double bolsters, two blades, 10cm closed, 18cm open and a similar knife with work back, one blade, 9cm closed, 15.5cm open. (3) £60-80
219.    Pocket Knife by Laguoile Extra, 'G. David' name on tang, spring and liners have workback, spring ending with a bee, 33cm open. £40-60
220.    A Pocket Knife, made by Pradel with brass scales depicting gamesmen with shotgun and hunting dog to the reverse, two blades and corkscrew with lanyard ring, 9cm closed, 18cm open.
*Illustrated Pocket Knife book, page 339. £40-60
221.    A Pocket Knife, mother of pearl, stamped "C. Johnson, Sheffield", work back on spine and blade, 9.5cm closed, 17.5cm open; Two Others, similar in shape and size, one with bolsters, both with work back. (3) £60-80
222.    Three Pocket Knives; One marked '108 Girodias', with black scales, 17.5cm open, another marked 'Parapluie a L'Efreuve' to blade, with pistol grip horn handle with long bolster, 17cm open and another by the same maker with ivory scales, long bolster, 16cm open. (3) £30-50
223.    Two Bonsa, Germany Pocket Knives; Faux ivory scales with brass inner liners, made for cutting melons, nickel silver bolsters, 26cm open. (2) £60-80
224.    Four Pocket Knives by Pradel of France; one with faux ivory scales, nickel silver bolsters, 9cm closed, another with black handle, brass bolsters and lanyard ring, 10.5cm closed and two with multicoloured scales and lanyard ring, 8cm closed. (4) £30-50
225.    Three Pradel of France Pocket Knives, all of a similar size with horn scales, one as a pistol grip, 4.5cm closed, 8.5cm open. (3) £40-60
226.    A Multi-Blade Pocket Knife, with bottle opener (2) large and small blades, scissors, file, awl and corkscrew, 6cm closed. £25-40
227.    A Pocket Knife, in mother of pearl, shaped as a fish, stamped "John Blyde of Sheffield", 8.5cm closed, 14cm open with workback on spine and blade; Another, in the form of a lady's leg, with the similar work on scales, unnamed. (2) £70-90
228.    A Pocket Knife by Johnson of Sheffield, mother of pearl with embossed bolster, one blade, 9cm closed, 17cm open; Another, by William Rodgers of Sheffield , mother of pearl with double bolsters, one blade, 9cm closed, 16cm open and another single blade knife by the same maker, with work back on spine and blade, 9cm closed, 16cm open. (3) £100-140
229.    A Pocket Knife, made by Coursalle/Thiers, France, made in brass and depicting a tennis player/ boxer, with two blades and a corkscrew, 10.5cm closed.
*Illustrated Pocket Knife book, page 339. £40-60
230.    Pocket Knives - A collection including one shaped as a small guitar on ring, mother of pearl double bolster knife, four blade knife by K.I.E. Sweden, etc. (10) £20-30
231.    Pocket Knives - Pleasall Corn Knife (boxed); plus three further Sheffield stamped knives, 6.5cm to 8.5cm closed.(4) £30-40
232.    A Pocket Knife by Laguiole Cimier 440, in polished horn, with brass bolster, workback spring terminating in a 'Bee' mouche, brass liners, 24cm open, in leather case. £40-60
233.    Three Pocket Knives, H.M. Slater, Sheffield "Venture" knife, 19cm open; "Sheldon" knife (current Albert Coates, Sheffield, 16cm open and a Rodgers pruner, in white faux ivory, 15cm open. (3) £40-60
234.    Pocket Knife by Laguiole, with polished horn scales, brass bolster, spring work backed and terminating in a bee, named 'G. David' on tang, 24cm open; Another, Laguiole Dassaud, in polished horn, nickel silver bolster, 21cm open. (2) £40-80
235.    Pocket Knives/Melon Knives, one stamped "Japan" to blade, double bolsters, mother of pearl style scales, 24cm open; a Monarch /Inox pocket knife with faux scales, one bolster, 25.5cm open;a Paul A Henckels, Solingen pocket knife, faux ivory scales advertising "Meester - Wijhe-Holland" "Meat Packers since 1847" , 25.5cm open. (3) £50-80
236.    Pocket Knives - Issard Conteau du Bicentenaire 1789-1989 knife, 10.5cm closed (boxed) and a Laguiole style knife by Le-Theirs J.P. Freille 440 with polished horn scales and brass bolster, 12cm closed. (2) £50-80
237.    Pocket Knives - Military 1956 knife, two bladed with screwdriver end and lanyard ring, 9cm closed; another similar. (2) £20-30
238.    Two Pocket Knives by Laguiole; One with blade marked "Camels" in polished horn, bolsters to each end, with a cross made by the pins (It is believed that shepherds in the mountains would stick the knife in the table and use the it as a cross to pray before), with beautiful workback up to the mouche (bee), 20cm open; Plus Another, of similar design, 'G. David' marked on blade, with the same workback. (2) £60-80
239.    Pocket Knives - Military Dawes & Ball, Sheffield 1945 'Oil the Joints' and another similar by J.C. & S, both with lanyard rings. (2) £25-30
240.    G. Butler of Sheffield Pocket Knife, probably destined for the hunter as it has a shotgun cartridge extractor and various blades. £40-50
241.    Pocket Knives - Saynor Cooke & Rydal, jigged stag scales, brass bolster, 14cm open; Sheldon knife, current Albert Oats of Sheffield, 16cm open and a large Sheffield made pruner with steel bolster and flat brass end, 18cm open. (3) £40-60
242.    Pocket Knives - Military Whittingslowe Adelaide 15737, with single blade, bottle opener, marlin spike and lanyard ring; another military style knife by Slater Bros with single blade and marlin spike. (2) £20-25
243.    Pocket Knives - Atkinson Brothers, two blades, 8cm closed; Drop Ball knife, one blade, 8cm closed; a single blade knife, 6.5cm closed and a Sheffield made single blade knife with stag scales, 10.5cm closed. (4) £20-30
244.    Pocket Knives - A. Wright & Son military knife 1952, single blade with brass bolster, 9cm closed; a military style jack knife with single blade, bottle opener, marlin spike, screwdriver and lanyard ring; a large jack knife marked 'Rodgers of Sheffield' with aluminium scales, single blade, marlin spike and lanyard ring £25-30
245.    Pocket Knives - Laguiole Thiers of France, coloured scales with brass bolster, the mouche at the top of the spring is formed as a bee, 22cm open; Laguiole/Camels knife with horn scales and brass bolster, plain mouche, 24cm open and a further similar knife. (3) £60-80
246.    A Very Large Pocket Knife, after The Kill type knife, with ivory scales and nickel silver bolsters and cartouche, workback down the spine, spring and blade back, 24cm closed, 43cm open. £80-120
247.    A Military Jacknife, the 12.5cm long blade stamped "J. Rodgers & Son", with marlin spike, tin opener and lanyard ring; Other Military Jacknives, by James Hall 1971 and Harrison Fisher 1945, both 10cm long. (3) £40-60
248.    Three Sheffield Made Pocket Knives: John Petty & Sons, stag scales, 9cm closed; Abram Brooksbank, stag scales, 9cm closed and one other with stag scales and shield cartouche, 12cm closed. (3) £30-40
249.    Pocket Knives with Advertising Scales, Double Diamond Sheffield, Paris, Interlaken, Audco Valves, Drytex Felts, Venezia, Sporting Le Beke, eight in total. £20-30
250.    Pocket Knives/Fruit Knives with Silver Blades, mother of pearl scales, lengths 5.5cm, 6cm, 6.5cm,and 9cm (2), in closed position. (5) £60-80
251.    Pocket Knives Military - H.M. Slater Crows Foot 1952 'Oil the Joints', with single blade, bottle opener, screwdriver and lanyard ring; Davenport Ltd 1945, with single blade, tin opener, screwdriver and lanyard ring. (2) £20-30
252.    Pocket Knives - William Rodgers of Sheffield, jigged scales, brass bolster, 18cm open; Joseph Rodgers lamb foot knife, 15.5cm open and one other Sheffield made knife, lamb foot, 18.5cm open. (3) £50-80
253.    Pocket Knives - Baker of Sydney, mother of pearl scales with nickel silver bolsters, workback down spine and part of blade, the blade 'Made in Sheffield', 18cm open; a Sydney knife with hand forged blade stamped "Bakers Sheep Knife", with similar workback, 14.5cm open, both with leather cases. (2) £60-80
254.    A Bowie Knife and Sheath, made to look like a Jim Bowie style knife, only 11.5cm long. £25-35
255.    Pocket Knives - Schrade U.S.A., faux ivory scales, brass liners, nickel silver bolster, 16cm open; "Puma" logo Solingen Germany, two blades, corkscrew and lanyard ring, 9cm closed; Whitby Foreign, polished horn, metal bolster, 9.5cm closed and "Pradel" stamped blade with blue scales, bolster, 9cm closed. (4) £40-60
256.    Pocket Knives - A Military Knife marked "Warriss Sheffield 1953 CC1286" and another marked "J.H. Thompson Sheffield 1954", both with single blade, tin/bottle opener, screwdriver and lanyard rings, 9cm closed. (2) £30-40
257.    Bowie Knife - Jonathan Crookes Small Single Edge Knife, ivory handle with brass crossguard, 14cm long, with leather generic sheath. £80-100
258.    Three Identical Victorinox, Switzerland Pocket Knives - with red scales, 19cm open. (3) £25-30
259.    Pocket Knives - Victorinox, Switzerland, 19cm open; another similar and a CK real lamb foot knife, 16.5cm open. (3) £25-30
260.    Pocket Knives - Victorinox Officer Swiss Single Blade, with bottle opener and corkscrew, 8.5cm closed; Victorinox 10cm closed and a Victorinox with two blades, tooth pick, tweezers and scissors, 6cm closed. (3) £20-30
261.    Pocket Knives - 'Neesham & Son Sheffield' mother of pearl scales, workback on springs and blade, 17cm open; 'Thomas Turner, Suffolk Works, Sheffield', with mother of pearl scales, nickel silver bolsters, brass linings, workback to spine and blade, 20cm open, both with cases. (2) £100-180
262.    Pocket Knives - A Military Knife, marked "S.S.P. 1944", with single blade, tin/bottle opener and screwdriver, 9cm closed; another marked "J.H. Thompson Ltd Sheffield cc1286 1955", 9cm closed. (2) £30-40
263.    Pocket Knives - A Miniature Knife, with two blades, mother of pearl scales, brass bolster and linings, lanyard ring, 3cm closed; two single blade knives with wooden scales, brass bolsters and linings, 3cm closed and a single blade miniature knife with brass bolster and linings, 3cm closed, on a neck chain. (4) £60-80
264.    Pocket Knives - A Military Knife, marked "J.B.H. Sheffield 1952 cc1286" with single blade, tin/bottle opener and screwdriver, 9cm closed; another similar, marked "Warriss Sheffield 1953 cc 1286 - Oil on the Joints", 9cm closed. (2) £30-40
265.    Pocket Knives - 'Languiole with Creation - R. David' to blade, polished horn scales, brass bolsters and linings, 21.5cm open; another 'Languiole 18 Veritable', bolster, 18cm open, no bee mouche. (2) £40-60
266.    Pocket Knives - G. Ibberson of Sheffield, with faux ivory handle and single bolster, 17cm open; William Rodgers of Sheffield Corn Knife with ivory scales with logo, 14cm open and a John Watts of Sheffield small revolving knife, 6cm closed. (3) £50-70
267.    Pocket Knives - Begon 247 Caen, with horn scales, brass liners, 22.5cm open, an unnamed knife with wooden scales, 19cm open, Collas horn handled knife, 19cm open and Issarinox horn handled knife, 20cm open. (4) £30-40
268.    Pocket Knife - Corsican Vendetta, large with brass bolster and faux scales 'Vendetta Corsa' etched to blade, 23.5cm open; Gourdon Sarlat Etched Knife, Horn handle, 21cm open and two Catalan style knives in brass and wood, 14cm and 10cm closed. (4) £60-80
269.    Four Miniature Opinel Style Knives, sizes range from 1.5cm -3cm, in small brass box. £30-40
270.    Bowie Knife - A Jonathan Crookes Small Double Edge Blade Knife, with mother of pearl handle, 15cm long with generic sheath. £80-100
271.    Pocket Knives - One marked 'Parapluie A L'epreuve' to blade, with pistol grip handle, and single bolster, 17cm open; another similar and a further knife marked '108 Girodias' to blade, 17.5cm open. (3) £25-30
272.    Pocket Knives - W. Artindale & Son of Sheffield, with faux ivory scales, 11cm closed; J. Milner & Co., of Sheffield with faux ivory scales and two blades, 9cm closed and a Sheffield made belt knife with one blade, workback, 8cm closed. (3) £30-40
273.    Pocket Knives - Ablet of Sheffield, with wooden scales and brass bolster and another the same, 9cm closed; Veritable Issarinox with wooden scales and lanyard ring, 10cm closed. (3) £30-40
274.    Pocket Knives - Attleborough of Sheffield, with wooden scales and brass bolster, 9cm closed plus another the same and a further knife marked 'Sheffield, England' with black scales and steel bolster, 10cm closed. (3) £30-40
275.    Pocket Knives - Humphrey's Radient Sheffield, with polished stag handle, single brass bolster and lanyard ring, 18cm open; H.M. Slater, Sheffield, with jigged scales and brass bolster, 18cm open. (2) £60-80
276.    Pocket Knives - 'Sheffield England' knife with mother of pearl scales, brass linings and bolster, workback to spine and blade, 17cm open; another similar marked 'Baker' with mother of pearl scales, brass linings and bolster, 16cm open, both with leather cases. (2) £60-80
277.    Pocket Knives - Girodias 108, polished horn scales, bolster, 21cm open; Parapluie A L'epreuve, horn style scales, long bolster, 18cm open. £20-30
278.    Pocket Knives - Signat Sarlat, polished horn scales, bolster, 21cm open; Girodias 108, polished horn scales, bolster, 21cm open and a Praoel black handled knife, 21cm open. (3) £30-40
279.    Pocket Knives - H.M. Slater, Sheffield, polished horn with brass bolster, 9cm closed; Sheffield made Brit Pat No. 416767, 10cm closed and an 'Inox' etched Laguiole style knife with bolsters at both ends, 10.5cm closed. (3) £30-40
280.    Pocket Knives - W. Jno Baker, 3 Hunter St. Sydney Knife, the blade marked 'Bakers Sheep Knife', with mother of pearl scales, brass bolster, 15cm open; A similar knife, the blade stamped "Made in Sheffield" to one side and "Baker/Sydney" to the other, much larger scales, 17cm open; plus two cases. (2) £80-100
281.    Pocket Knives - Sheldon Knife Company Pat No 1056094, 11cm closed, a Sheffield Knife, 10cm closed, a further Sheffield made knife with two blades and pick, 3cm closed, a Military Knife with blade and tin opener, 1949, with lanyard ring, 10cm closed. (4) £40-60
282.    Pocket Knives - A Military, Watts of Sheffield 1945 one blade knife plus tin opener and lanyard ring and a Humphrey's Radiant' Sheffield Jack Knife. (2) £30-40
283.    Penknives - A Parapluie horn handled pistol grip knife with long bolster, 16cm open, Pradel one bladed knife with brass anchor on scales, 19cm open and a large single bladed knife with lanyard ring, 23cm open. (3) £30-40
284.    Pocket Knives - A Military G. Ibberson & Co, Sheffield, 1945 one blade knife, the blade stamped "Oil the Joints", with tin opener and screwdriver and a Wade & Butcher, Sheffield knife similarly marked with tin opener and screwdriver. (2) £30-40
285.    Pocket Knives - Saynor of Sheffield Garden Knife, for cutting and pruning, with ivory scales, brass bolster and linings, 16.5cm open; G.E.C. Butler & Co., single blade knife, with stag handle and brass bolster, 16cm open. £70-90
286.    Pocket Knives - Joseph Rodgers of Sheffield Knife, with white scales, steel bolster, 13.5cm open; John Watts of Sheffield knife, with white scales, 13cm open. (2) £30-40
287.    Pocket Knives - 'Calmels - A Laguiole' Knife, with horn scales and brass bolsters, 24cm open; plus '74 Veritable Laguiole' knife, with horn scales, brass bolster, 24cm open, no bee mouche to either knife. (2) £60-80
288.    Pocket Knives - A John Blyde, Genius Works, Sheffield Knife, with mother of pearl scales, workback down spine and part of blade, 15cm open and another by the same maker with mother of pearl scales, bolsters at both ends, slight coffin shape, 16cm open. (2) £60-80
289.    Pocket Knives - A Pradel one blade knife, 16.5cm open; Arbalete one blade knife, 15cm open and one other similar. (3) £20-30
290.    Pocket Knives - Lockwood Brothers of Sheffield Knife, stamped "Pampa" with ostrich motif, polished horn scales, brass bolster, pistol grip, 14cm open; another by Wm Wragg of Sheffield, with polished horn scales and large brass bolster, 16cm open. (2) £60-80
291.    Pocket Knives - Joseph Rodgers of Sheffield Single Blade Knife, with black scales and pistol grip; plus another by the same maker with a different blade, both 13.5cm open. (2) £30-40
292.    Pocket Knives - Laguiole by G. David, polished scales, no bee mouche, 21cm open; plus another, no bee, 19.5cm open. (2) £40-60
293.    Pocket Knives - W.H. Wragg of Sheffield Single Blade Knife, with polished horn scales, brass bolster, 16.5cm open; T. Glossop of Sheffield two blade knife, mother of pearl scales with name plate, 17cm fully open and a John Watts of Sheffield two blade ring tuan knife in stainless steel, 17cm open. (3) £60-80
294.    Pocket Knives - A Lockwood Brothers of Sheffield Knife, with wooden scales and brass bolster, 18.5cm open; a Joseph Rodgers of Sheffield knife, with faux ivory scales, 13cm open (scales loose). (2) £20-30
295.    A Large Pocket Knife - 'S.G. Fielder, 321 Lake Road', with polished horn scales and brass bolsters, 24cm open. £60-80
296.    Pocket Knife by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, No 6 Works, Sheffield, commonly known as a Horseman's knife, multi-bladed with ivory scales and name plate, 10cm closed. £60-80
297.    Pocket Knives By Saynor-Cooke-Rydal, bicycle motif on blade, ivory scales with brass liners and bolster, 18cm open; Another, by C. Johnson, Sheffield, coffin shape with ivory scales and bolsters either end, 18cm open. (2) £80-100
298.    Pocket Knife by John Blyde, Sheffield, with mother of pearl scales and brass liners with bolsters each end, workback to length of spring and part of two blades, 29cm open. £60-80
299.    Pocket Knife by Needham & Son, with ivory scales, large bolsters in nickel silver with brass liners, "Neesham" on blade, 19cm open. £80-100
300.    Pocket Knife - Jonathan Crookes of Sheffield Single Blade Knife, polished horn with with brass bolsters, one end as a horse's head, 19cm open. £60-80
301.    Pocket Knives - John Petty & Sons, Sheffield, with stag handle and brass bolster, 16cm open; W.H Wragg, Sheffield, with stag handle and brass bolster, 18cm open. (2) £60-80
302.    Pocket Knife - Walker & Co, Sheffield, with stag handle and brass bolster, 18cm open. £30-60
303.    Pocket Knife - Lockwood Brothers, Sheffield, Stag Handled Pruning Knife, with brass bolster and brass flat bottom, 19.5cm open. £60-80
304.    Pocket Knives - W.H. Wragg of Sheffield, hand forged, with polished horn scales and brass bolster, 16cm open; G. Ibberson of Sheffield, ivory scales, brass bolster and linings, 16.5cm open. (2) £60-80
305.    Pocket Knives - A mother of pearl scaled knife stamped "Oates" to tang, with brass bolster linings, workback to spine and blade, 15.5cm open; another similar unnamed knife with mother of pearl scales, brass bolster and linings, workback, 15cm open, both with leather cases. (2) £60-80
306.    Pocket Knife - Rowbothams & Co., Sheffield, with embossed fish on blade, mother of pearl scales, nickel silver bolsters and brass linings, 18cm open, in case. £80-120
307.    Pocket Knife - Saynor Cooke & Ridal, with bicycle motif on blade, Sheffield one blade, mother of pearl scales, brass linings and nickel silver bolster, 17.5cm open, with case. £80-120
308.    Pocket Knife - Baker of Sydney, single blade, mother of pearl scales, brass bolsters and linings, workback to full length of spring and part of blade, 'Bakers Clip' stamped on blade, 1705cm open, with case. £80-100
309.    Pocket Knife - 'Bakers Spear Sheffield England', with ivory scales, two blades, nickel silver bolster and brass linings, 17.5cm open. £80-100
310.    Pocket Knives - Saynor Cooke & Rydal, jigged stag scales with brass bolster, 8cm closed; R. Bateman of Sheffield, jigged scales with brass bolster and a Sheldon knife, current Albert Oats, 11cm closed. (3) £40-60
311.    Pocket Knives - Saynor of Sheffield, stag handle with single bolster, 14cm open; Sheldon knife, current Albert Coates of Sheffield, 16cm open; H.M. Slater, Sheffield with wooden scales and brass bolster, 16cm open and a Wilkinson Sword all stainless steel knife, 16cm open. (4) £40-60
312.    A James Barber of Sheffield Pocket Knife, with stag handle, single blade, tin opener and lanyard ring, 19cm open. £50-80
313.    Pocket Knife - Le Gouteau - De Laguiole, with polished horn scales, brass bolster and workback formed as leaves up the spine to a bee mouche, 21cm open. £50-80
314.    Pocket Knife - Calmels A Laguiole Hors Concours, with horn scales, brass bolsters and workback to spring and brass linings, bee mouche, 20cm open. £40-60
315.    Pen Machine/Quill Cutter Marked "Rodgers Cutlers to Her Majesty", in brass and ebony, one blade slides out of end, the other cuts the quill, 10cm long, boxed. £50-70
316.    Pocket Knives - M. Slater of Sheffield Pruner, with polished horn scales, brass bolster, 16cm open; plus a Herbert Robinson of Sheffield knife, with polished horn scales, large brass bolster and brass linings, 16.5cm open. (2) £60-80
317.    Pocket Knife - Laguiole Prestige - 12027 Sandvik, with horn scales, brass bolsters and workback up to bee mouche, 22cm open. £60-80
318.    Pocket Knife - Calmels A Laguiole - Hors Concours, with horn scales, double bolsters, workback as leaves up the spine, with filed liners terminating in a bee mouche, 24cm open. £80-100
319.    Pocket Knife - Laguiole Tradition 440, with polished scales, brass bolster and linings, workback on spring and blade, bee mouche, 20cm open. £40-60
320.    Pocket Knife - Sheffield Made Garden Pruning Knife (name indistinct), with barrel like trademark to blade, polished horn scales, brass bolster and lanyard ring, 20.5cm open. £40-60
321.    Pocket Knife - Lockwood Brothers, Sheffield, marked 'Pampa' with ostrich motif, polished horn scales two blades and double bolsters, 23cm open. £60-80
322.    Pocket Knife - 'Sheffield, England', with ivory scales and large bolster, 22.5cm open. £60-80
323.    Skinning Knives - Norwegian/Swedish knives, one single and a pair, both in leather sheaths; plus a Sgian Dubh Scottish knife in leather sheath. (3) £30-50
324.    Throwing Knives - William Rodgers of Sheffield, Nowill of Sheffield and one other stamped with elephant to blade, all approximately 18cm long, in leather cases; plus Rodgers, Sheffield Butchers Knife, 23cm long and a small skinning knife, 16cm long, in leather case. (5) £30-50
325.    French 'Gras' Bayonet and Scabbard, with matching serial numbers, the blade inscribed "St. Etienne 1878". £60-80
326.    Bowie Knife - William Rodgers of Sheffield 'Bushmans Friend', with polished horn handle, nickel silver bolster, guard and quillon, blade 13cm, overall length 23cm, in leather sheath. £80-120
327.    Bowie Knife by Thompson of Sheffield, with leather handle, blade 15cm long, overall length 26cm, in leather sheath; William Rodgers Commando Bladed Knife "I Cut My Way', blade 15cm, overall length 20cm, in leather sheath. (2) £50-80
328.    Asian Style Knives - including a Kukri and a quantity of leather sheaths. (11) £25-30
329.    Razors - Drew & Sons Picadilly Circus, Clement Sheffield, Cox & Son Southampton, Kropp England, Hamburg, Gebr. Schwarz & Co. (6) £40-60
330.    Razors - Boxed Wilkinson of Sheffield, Tidmarsh of Sheffield plus a pair of Ford razors. £40-60
331.    Razors - Six Razors, various names and conditions, plus two spare blades. (6) £50-60
332.    Razors - Frank Revitt of Sheffield, boxed set of three. £30-40
333.    Cut Throat Razors by Various Makers; Geneva Cutlers U.S.A, Krauss Germany, Fella Hamburg, Southampton Hamburg, W.J. Sarjent and one unnamed. (6) £50-70
334.    A Razor Salesman's Travelling Razor Roll, twelve razors in a leather roll, makers include Butler, Haywood & Comp., Joseph Rodgers, Ford & Hedley, Williams and many other Sheffield makers. £100-150
335.    Razors - Various Makers, including 'Paris Hermes - F.P.Hille Hamburg', 'Snow - Bismarck Germany', 'The Hamburg Ring Germany'. (6) £30-50
336.    Razors - John Heiffor, Express Sheffield, Parkin & Marshall Sheffield, J. H Potter Sheffield, Thomas Turner Sheffield and A. BIddulph Sheffield. (6) £50-60
337.    Razors - The Royal Crown Razor, Germany, with heavily embossed scales, boxed; plus Crown and Sword, Germany, boxed, Sir Walter Scott Razor, Germany and Glidon, Germany. (4) £25-30
338.    Cutlery Boxes, ideal for exhibiting pocket knives or razors. (8) £15-25
339.    Pocket Knife; Horseman's Multi Knife, 14cm open, and a mother of pearl multi blade knife made in Sheffield, 5.5cm closed. (2) £40-60
340.    Pocket Knives; Richards of Sheffield, two blades, 5.5cm closed, a further Sheffield made knife with two blades, 17cm open, C. Johnson & Comp single blade knife with brass liners, 14cm open, one other unnamed knife 7cm closed and a T. Elling & Company two blade knife with brass linings, 18cm open. (5) £30-40
341.    Pocket Knife; A Sheffield Made (unnamed) Two Blade Knife, with silver scales, brass liners, 18cm open, bolsters to both ends and a Sheffield made four blade knife dated 1906, 18cm open. (2) £30-50
342.    A Pocket Knife, 9ct gold, London 1950, with single blade and lanyard ring, 5cm closed and a pair of miniature 9ct gold hallmarked scissors, Birmingham 1951, in a Mappin & Webb box. (2) £50-80
343.    Advertising Pocket Knives; "Industrial Steels Ltd.'"by G. Butler, with brass scales, 8cm long closed; "Easterbrook Allcard & Co Ltd" by J. Watts, Sheffield, 8cm long closed; "W.E. Harrison Steeplejack, Sheffield", by Harrison Brothers, two blades, 9cm closed; "Andrew & Co, Sheffield", two blade, no makers name, 8cm closed; plus a small unnamed Bowie knife in leather sheath, 6cm long. (5) £20-30
344.    Pocket Knives; James & Son, Sheffield, Southern & Richardson, Harris and two other Sheffield knives, 7-9cm closed; plus three leather cases. £30-40
345.    Pocket Knives - Seven 3cm long miniature knives made into a pocketwatch chain, with a Guards Depot Musketry fob, T-bar and lobster fasteners. £100-140
346.    Pocket Knife; T. Turner & Co Single Blade Knife, with steel bolsters, horn scales with flat brass base, 21cm open. £60-90
347.    A Mappin Bros, Sheffield Five Piece Folding Pocket Knife, comprising 13cm blade, 12cm saw, corkscrew, awl, small 6cm blade, tweezers, and toothpick, carved wood scales with rectangular vacant cartouche, nickel silver bolsters with brass linings, lanyard ring and name plate, 15cm closed. £140-180
348.    An A. Wright & Son, Sheffield, 6" Bladed Bowie Knife, with antler grip, dark brown sheath. £40-60
349.    A Pocket Knife by Thomas Smith, Sheffield, multi-tool, comprising 12cm blade, corkscrew, awl, button hook, saw, part workback, stag handle nickel silver bolster. £120-180
350.    Pocket Knives; Turner & Co., Sheffield, Encore, one blade, stag handle with flat brass bottom, 19cm open; a further Turner knife with stag scales, 19cm open plus one other Sheffield made knife with stag handle, 24cm open. £80-120
351.    Pocket Knife; A Multi Tooled Eight Piece Knife, comprising a 12cm blade, awl, corkscrew, button hook, small 6cm blade, scissors, pick, tweezers, with faux ivory scales, brass liners. £120-160
352.    Pocket Knives; A Multiblade Unnamed Knife, with nine tools, 8.5cm closed; A Southern & Richardson, Sheffield, Double Blade Knife, with long bolster. (2) £60-80
353.    Pocket Knives; A Silver Hallmarked Five Piece Folding Knife, with two blades, scissors, pick and file, 8cm closed; A Mother of Pearl Handled Knife, with one blade and an orange peeler blade, 8cm closed. (2) £50-80
354.    Pocket Knives; Two Stag Handled Unnamed Knives, both with curved blades, 17cm and 18cm open. (2) £30-40
355.    A Late XIX Century Campaign Set, with folding knife and fork, the scales one side inset with hardstones, the other wood, 10cm folded, 17.5cm open; A Pair of Cased Cut Throat Razors, with faux tortoiseshell scales and three knife printing blocks. (5) £60-80
356.    Stan Shaw was a world renowned knife maker whose clients included The Queen, Elvis Presley and US Presidents, he was made an Honorary Freeman of The Company of Cutlers in 2003 and received The British Empire medal in recognition of his work in 2017.

Stan Shaw Bowie Knife, 30cm blade, polished horn scales, heavily engraved bolsters and tang, with filled brass linings, workback down edge of blade and handle, overall length 43.5cm, in a brown leather embossed sheath. £1000-1400
357.    Stan Shaw; A Pocket Knife, with stag scales, comprising two blades (5.5cm and 4.5cm), nickel silver bolsters with brass linings, workback length of spine, spring and part of the blade, 18.5cm overall. £250-350
358.    A Stan Shaw, Sheffield (Elephant Toe) Two Blade Folding Pocket Knife, with polished buffalo horn scales, engraved bolsters, inscribed "Stan Shaw, Sheffield", stainless steel, 11cm folded, 17cm open. £300-500
359.    A Stan Shaw, Sheffield Five Piece Hallmarked Silver Folding Pocket Knife, with engraved decoration and central cartouche, Sheffield 1989, makers monogram, 8cm folded, 17.5cm open. £300-500
360.    A Stan Shaw, Sheffield, Single Blade Folding Pocket Knife, with stag scales, inscribed "S. Shaw, Sheffield", hand forged, 11.5cm folded, 20.5cm open. £200-300
400.    Assorted Wristwatches, including Timex, Sekonda, Pulsar, Ravel, Citizen, etc :- One Tray £10-20
401.    Modern Statement Bangles, including big cat, with diamanté highlights and inset eyes, hardstone inset bangles, etc :- One Tray £10-20
402.    XIX Century Beaded Trimming, black bead necklaces, etc. £20-40
403.    JA&S Enamel Flag Brooch, a 'Kia-Ora New Zealand Wembley 1924' Maori style souvenir pendant, assorted cufflinks, enamel and other badges, buttons etc :- One Tray £15-25
404.    Assorted Costume Jewellery, including pendants, necklaces, earrings, bracelets, etc :- One Tray £15-20
405.    Vintage and Later Bead Necklaces, including black glass, etc :- One Tray £10-15
406.    Costume Brooches, including bagpipes, cameo style, embroidered oval panel pendant, poppy brooch, etc :- One Tray £15-20
407.    A XIX Century Mosley London Pencil, 7.5cm long; Together with A Part Canteen of Plated Cutlery, fish knives and forks, assorted loose cutlery, cased scissor set, etc. £25-40
408.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Brooches, including Blackpool souvenir, cameo style, flowers, etc :- One Tray £20-30
409.    Assorted Wristwatches, including Venetiae Antica Murrina, vintage Provita ladies wristwatch, etc. £15-20
410.    Metal Model of A Dog, polished hardstones, brass door handles, novelties, tea cup, travel clock dials / clock parts / components, windchime etc :- One Tray £10-15
411.    Ladies and Gent's Wristwatches, including Rotary, Sekonda, Zeon, Next, etc :- One Tray £10-20
412.    Bead Necklaces, bangles, bracelets, a Stratton ladies compact, another similar, rings etc :- One Tray £10-20
413.    Fresh Water and Imitation Pearl Bead Necklaces, diamanté necklaces and brooches, assorted rings, a ladies Seksy wristwatch, etc :- One Tray £10-20
414.    Assorted Vintage and Later Costume Jewellery, including bangles, bead necklaces, brooches, Merlin boxed set, earrings etc :- One Tray £10-15
415.    Stratton and Other Powder Compacts, including Wedgwood Jasperware, lipstick case, hand mirror, vintage tape measures, pens, etc :- One Tray £15-25
416.    A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, on later expanding bracelet; together with further ladies and gent's wristwatches, including Sekonda, Roamer, Rotary, etc :- One Tray £20-40
417.    Assorted Costume Jewellery, including bangles, earrings, necklaces, pendants, etc, contained in a jewellery box. £15-20
418.    A Vintage Modernist Style DLH DEPOSE Panel Necklace, highlighted in green, together with further assorted costume necklaces, clip on earrings, ladies wristwatches, Napier and other brooches, fresh water pearl bracelet etc. £20-30
419.    A Collection of Assorted Modern Ladies Wristwatches, including examples with rubber straps, Leonardo, Linda Calvert, Citron, etc :- One Tray £10-15
420.    Assorted Costume Brooches, including Crown Derby flowers, marcasite, carriage with articulated wheels, Exquisite, etc :- One Tray £20-30
421.    A Walker & Hall Plated Four Piece Tea Set, each of plain circular form with textured band detail, raised on four bun feet; Together with A Walker & Hall EPNS Mounted Elongated Octagonal Tray, with twin scroll and turned wood handles and central plaque (vacant), overall width over handles 62.5cm. (5) £80-120
422.    A c.Early XX Century Thai Mug, profusely detailed in relief with deities, initialled, with scroll handle, on plain rim base, 8.2cm high; together with plated ware, a hallmarked silver pepperette (dents), a pair of hallmarked silver salts (damages), a hallmarked silver napkin ring, another stamped "Birks Sterling", etc. £30-50
423.    A Highly Decorative XIX Century Plated Centrepiece, of shaped oval form, with leaf scroll highlights, between twin scroll handles, with removable plain oval dish liner, overall width over handles approximately 48cm. £80-100
424.    An Early XX Century Plated Mounted Single Flute Epergne, of shaped design, engraved "H.M.S. T.B.D. BULLDOG", on oval base and ball feet, overall height 32.5cm; Together with A Plated Oval Tray, a cruet stand and a fiddle pattern ladle. £25-40
425.    Three Hallmarked Silver Freestanding Photograph Frames, on easel backs, together with pewter examples etc :- One Tray £40-60
426.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery :- One Box £10-15
427.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery :- One Box £10-15
428.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery :- One Box £10-15
429.    A Large Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery :- One Box £10-15
430.    A Large Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery :- One Box £10-15
431.    A Hallmarked Silver Tea Strainer, (damaged); a hallmarked silver napkin ring, initialled; a hallmarked silver thimble; a small oval pill box, a WMF plated twin handled sugar bowl (one handle broken); assorted plated ware including bottle coasters, etc :- One Tray £25-40
432.    Asprey Catalogues, Asprey and Hermes boxes, gift bags, etc. £10-15
433.    A Large Mixed Lot of Assorted Plated Cutlery, including boxed sets of Viners Studio and International, further boxed and case sets, canteens, etc. £30-50
434.    Assorted Costume Jewellery, including statement necklace, bead necklaces, brooches, buckles, earrings etc. £15-25
435.    Assorted Plated Ware, including hotel tea ware, cutlery, rectangular lidded entree dish, decorative swing handled basket dish, sauce boat, goblets, dishes, cruet items etc. £25-35
436.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, together with loose beads, earrings etc :- Two Trays £10-15
437.    A c.Late XIX Century Plated Samovar, of Aesthetic style; together with assorted boxed and cased plated cutlery, including decorative mother of pearl handled fish servers, a plated four piece tea set, etc. £30-50
438.    A Large Collection of Assorted Costume Bangles and Bracelets :- Two Trays £10-15
439.    Vintage Ladies Plastic Cigarette Case, detailed with a hand, together with Kigu and other powder compacts, handkerchief, Indian black velvet evening bag, pill box etc. £20-30
440.    Decorative Beaded Skull Cap, jewellery boxes, costume jewellery, hair slides, jewellery stands, keyrings, etc.

*Polystyrene head not included in this lot - display only £10-15
441.    A Wide Hinged Bangle, of abstract design with shell inset detail, stamped "Mexico Alpaca", green hardstone necklace (string broken), Egypt souvenir plastic brooch, pendants, tribal style necklace, etc :- One Tray £15-25
442.    A Collection of Assorted Ladies and Gent's Wristwatches, including Accurist, Next, Paul's Boutique, etc :- One Tray £10-15
443.    Vintage and Later Costume Jewellery, including diamanté, marcasite, bead necklaces, imitation pearls, dress rings, clip on earrings, tartan jewellery box etc :- One Tray £20-30
444.    Art Deco Style Diamanté Brooches / Dress Clips, similar fancy link necklaces and clip earrings, an ornate gilt coloured necklace, claw set, a decorative glass bead necklace, another bead necklace, gilt coloured earrings of various designs and four large ornate rings etc. £20-40
445.    A Small Selection of Brooches, including Rennie Mackintosh style, diamanté, floral etc, and a small collection of modern clip on earrings :- One Tray £20-30
446.    A Large Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Earrings :- One Tray £10-15
447.    Ladies and Gent's Wristwatches, pendant watch, malachite bead necklace, assorted earrings, dress rings, jewellery box etc. £15-20
448.    Assorted Costume Jewellery, including chains, band ring made from 1967 half crown coin, brooches, earrings, cufflinks etc. £10-15
449.    Modern Wristwatches, including ladies and gent's Rotary, matching ladies and gent's Philip Mercier, etc :- One Tray £20-30
450.    Vintage and Later Costume Bracelets, including souvenir, facsimile coins bracelets, bangles :- One Tray £20-30
451.    A Pair of Modernist Style Cufflinks, of geometric design (stamped makers mark and "835"); together with further assorted cufflinks, pin badges, gent's wristwatch expanding straps, etc :- One Tray £15-25
452.    Assorted Gilt Metal Costume Jewellery, including chains, bangles, earrings etc :- One Tray £10-20
453.    A Large Collection of Assorted Costume Dress Rings, contained in a jewellery box. £10-20
454.    A Collection of Assorted Ladies and Gent's Wristwatches, including Summit, Sekonda, Constant, etc :- One Tray £15-20
455.    A Hallmarked Silver Christening Mug, JS, Birmingham 1932, of plain design, initialled, 7.5cm high; together with a German spill vase, a miniature hallmarked silver twin handled trophy cup, a wooden backed hand mirror ad brush, with applied initial 'M'. (5) £25-40
456.    Costume Jewellery, Including dress rings, Chinese polished green hardstone pendant, Delft blue and white brooch, oval ceramic panel brooch indistinctly stamped "Astra", imitation pearls, fresh water pearl bracelet, mineral specimens, Links of London matching earrings and pendant on chain, Thai panel pendant, etc :- One Tray £20-30
457.    A Modern Fresh Water Pearl and Polished Hardstone Bead Necklace, to spherical clasp; Imitation Pearl Heart Necklace, similar earrings, two colour fresh water pearl bead bracelet, etc :- One Tray £10-15
458.    Assorted Ladies Wristwatches, including Rotary, River Island, Accurist, Smiths Empire, vintage Ilona pendant watch, etc :- One Tray £10-20
459.    A Late XIX Century Cased Matched Set of Decorative Plated Cutlery, with hallmarked silver ferrules, A&D, Sheffield 1897, 1898, comprising six ivory handled fish knives and forks, with pair of matching fish servers, a set of five mother of pearl handled dessert knives and forks (with associated similar pair), contained in original plush lined fitted case with lift out tray, case 39cm wide; Together with A Pair of c.Early XX Century Decorative French Alphonse Debain Fish Servers, with leaf scroll pieced detail, stamped marks to handles, in a "Wunsch-Nouveau Luxembourg" fitted case. (2) £50-70
460.    Vintage and Later Costume Bead Necklaces :- One Tray £15-20
461.    Assorted Costume Brooches, including Christmas themed, cats, elephant, frog, a dress clip etc :- One Tray £15-20
462.    A Collection of Assorted Wristwatches, including Limit, Sekonda, Le Chat, etc; together with a small vanity case. £10-20
463.    A Hallmarked Silver Lidded Plain Glass Powder Bowl, (dented); together with a hallmarked silver lidded glass preserve jar; a hallmarked silver backed hair brush and a hallmarked silver mounted nail buffer. (4) £30-50
464.    A 9ct Gold Signet Ring, (finger size R) (5grams); together with a plain wedding band; assorted costume jewellery including necklaces, bracelets, etc :- One Tray £60-80
465.    Vintage and Later Costume Jewellery, including bead necklaces, clip on earrings, gilt metal belts, Rosary beads, wide bangle, etc; together with a selection of assorted vintage card jewellery boxes. £25-40
466.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Candlesticks, (,arks rubbed) each with tapering hexagonal stem, on spreading circular base (weighted), 15cm high. (2) £30-50
467.    A Set of Six Modern Napkin Rings, of textured design, detailed with elephants, stamped "Silver", in a fitted case. £30-50
468.    A Cypriot Dish, of circular form with stylised foliate decoration, " To Mrs Eileen Spence WRVS From The Pompadours Cyprus 1976-1978", raised on three feet, stamped "835", 15.4cm diameter. £60-80
469.    A Modern Hallmarked Silver Mounted Rectangular Photograph Frame, overall height 21.3cm, on easel back; Together with A Smaller Photograph Frame, of shaped design, indistinctly stamped; and a pewter frame. (3) £25-40
470.    Assorted Plated Tea Wares :- One Box £15-25
471.    A Hallmarked Silver Trophy Goblet, (marks rubbed) engraved "Lauretta Evenson Aged 8 Months Winner of The Howard Denton Baby Competition August 1947", raised on black socle base, overall height 12.8cm; together with assorted plated ware including a four piece tea set, hotel tea ware, napkin rings, etc. £20-30
472.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery, including imitation pearls, bead necklaces, chains, pendants, diamanté, bracelets, bangles, etc :- Three Trays £15-25
473.    Harrods Plated Rectangular Lidded Entree Dish on Warming Stand, complete with burner, together with plated on copper tea / coffee pots, decorative plated warming stand, pair of plated on copper bottle coasters, initialled "A", fish knives and forks, a fiddle pattern ladle, etc. £40-60
474.    A Part Canteen of Kings Pattern Plated Cutlery, contained in a modern fitted wooden canteen case; together with a cased three piece carving set, in a fitted case, loose cutlery etc. £20-40
475.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery :- One Box £10-15
476.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Costume Jewellery :- One Box £10-15
477.    A Mixed Lot of Assorted Plated Ware and Brass Ware, including tankard "Presented by Major W. A. Holmes, M.C.T.D. 1st May 1947", a decorative brass inkwell, a pair of Continental style leaf scroll candlesticks, goblets, Wiskemann Belgian plated pail with swing handle, matching jug and sugar bowl, modern photograph frame, matchbox holder / ashtray etc. £15-25
478.    Assorted Plated Cutlery, including fish knives and forks, fish servers, cased sets, empty cases / boxes etc :- One Box £10-20
479.    Assorted Plated Ware, including three and four piece tea sets, large glass claret jug, cruet stands, goblets, posy bowl, dressing table items including a hallmarked silver backed hair brush, dishes etc. £30-50
480.    A Finnigans of Bond Street London Hallmarked Silver Mounted Reptile Leather Writing Folder, London 1898, initialled, brown silk lined (frayed / wear / damage to inside and out), 29cm high. £30-50
481.    A Decorative Dressing Table Set, each stamped "Sterling", including brushes, nail buffer, trinket pots etc. (9) £40-60
482.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, Lanson Ltd, Birmingham 1942, in original fitted case with hallmarked silver tea strainer and stand (Lanson Ltd, Birmingham 1941). £30-50
483.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Sugar Tongs, GS, London 1804, decorative German grapefruit spoons, two hallmarked silver napkin rings (one initialled), mother of pearl handled butter knife and preserve spoon, etc. £30-50
484.    Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, a decorative mother of pearl handled preserve spoon, hallmarked silver and other sugar tongs, a baby's pusher and spoon inscribed "Simon Richard 19.2.53", etc. £50-60
485.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Handled Presentation Scissors, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1934, gilt and engraved "Opening Guildford & Godalming By-Pass Road 27th July 1934", 24.5cm long, in original Walker & Hall fitted case. £40-60
486.    A Hallmarked Silver Trinket Box, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1912, of shaped design, with engine turned decoration, raised on four legs (dents) 8.3cm wide; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Handled Button Hook, and a hallmarked silver trinket tray, of plain rectangular form, raised on four pad feet. (3) £30-50
487.    Hallmarked Silver Mounted Purses / Wallets / Cases, (damages). (5) £30-50
488.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, allover engine turned, initialled (faux tortoiseshell lined); Together with A Novelty Vesta Case, inscribed "In Memoriam" as the profile of William Gladstone. (2) £20-30
489.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, allover engine turned, inside inscribed "Rusty" 1947", Birmingham 1945; together with another cigarette case (damaged) and a cigarette box. (3) £40-60
490.    Four Hallmarked Silver Mounted Glass Scent / Dressing Table Bottles, (dents). £30-50
491.    A Modern Hallmarked Silver Letter Opener, 2000, 20.4cm long; together with a hallmarked silver handled cheese knife. (2) £20-40
492.    A Decorative Pair of XIX Century Russian Serving Tongs, 1872, stamped "84", of geometric pierced design, engraved crowned initials monogram, overall length approximately 30cm. £60-80
493.    A Hallmarked Silver Helmet Shape Cream Jug, Hester Bateman, London 1789, with punched dot border and high loop handle, on square base, 60grams (damaged). £60-90
494.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, Birmingham 1913, allover leaf scroll engraved, initialled; Together with A Chester Hallmarked Silver Purse, (marks rubbed) on chain suspension, initialled. (2) £50-70
495.    A Hallmarked Solver Cigarette Case, London 1932, allover engine turned, initialled (compressed / dented), 150grams. £50-70
496.    A Hallmarked Silver Trinket Box, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1911, of plain shaped circular form, with gilt lined hinged lid, 8.1cm diameter. £25-40
497.    A Circular Powder Compact, with engine turned decoration, with internal mirror, stamped "Silver", 7.3cm diameter. £20-30
498.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, Birmingham 1940, allover engine turned, initialled. £25-40
499.    A Hallmarked Silver Lidded Rectangular Glass Trinket Box, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1925, 10.5cm long; Together with A Circular Hallmarked Silver Lidded Glass Dressing Table Jar, of hammered finish. (2) £30-40
500.    A XIX Century Black Lacquer Spectacle Case, (damages) containing pair of spectacles; together with a mesh link evening bag, highlighted in blue enamel (clasp broken). £20-30
501.    A Cased Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, Birmingham 1934; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Handled Knife, a hallmarked silver napkin ring, a salt spoon and a butter knife. £20-30
502.    A Cooke & Kelvey of Calcutta Three Piece Cruet Set, in original fitted case, with two associated hallmarked silver spoons; Together with A Matched Hallmarked Silver Six Piece Cruet Set, Birmingham 1910, 1911, initialled; two hallmarked silver cruet spoons. £60-90
503.    A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, on a later expanding bracelet; with H.L. Brown purchase receipt dated 1951, in a fitted H.L. Brown case; together with two further vintage ladies wristwatches and a wristwatch head (no strap). £30-50
504.    WHW; A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed rectangular white dial with black Roman numerals, to integral tapering bracelet, approximately 18cm long, in original case.
*W.H. Wilmot Ltd Insurance Valuation dated 11th December 2007 for £785.
Together with Two Further Ladies Wristwatches. (3) £250-350
505.    A Vintage Marcasite Set Ladies Wristwatch, on marcasite set bracelet; Together with A Rolled Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, on expanding bracelet; A German Fob Watch, )lacking hands and glass) stamped "0,800"; A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Glass Knife Rest. (4) £10-20
506.    Timemaster; A Vintage Jump Hour Gent's Wristwatch, (part strap missing); Avia Vintage Gent's Wristwatch, on a strap; and a Timex wristwatch. (3) £15-25
507.    A Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the 'Denco' signed circular dial with Arabic numerals, on a leather strap. £20-40
508.    Rotary; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with line markers and centre seconds, within plain case (London 1977), on a later strap. £70-100
509.    Rolex; A c.1950's Rolex Oyster Royal 'Boys Size' Gent's Wristwatch, ref: 6144, serial no: 805057, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and centre seconds, within plain 31mm case, on a later expanding bracelet. £600-800
510.    Rotary; A Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed rectangular dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, London 1952, on a later expanding bracelet; Together with Another Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the indistinctly signed dial with Arabuc numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain shaped case, Edinburgh 1942, on a later expanding bracelet (damaged / part detached. (2) £70-100
511.    Majex; A Vintage Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with dagger markers and centre seconds, on a modern strap; Together with A Modern Citizen Eco-Drive Gold Plated Gent's Wristwatch. (2) £20-30
512.    Rotary; A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and line markers, in plain circular case, to snake style bracelet. £80-120
513.    A Chester Hallmarked 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the unsigned decorative dial with Arabic numerals, within plain case, the movement stamped "M. Nicolet & Co", to "Rolled Gold" openwork bracelet; Together with A 9ct Gold Ladies Omega Wristwatch Buckle. (2) £70-100
514.    Roy King; A Hallmarked Silver Gilt Cased Tank Style Wristwatch, the signed rectangular dial with black Roman numerals, within plain (23mm) case, London 1979, on a later strap. £80-120
515.    A Small Oval Micromosaic Frame, (damage / loss) assorted coins, a red cheroot holder in original fitted case, Italy 500 Lire banknote, a tortoiseshell snuff box (damaged), coin bracelet, etc, in a brass inlaid wooden trinket box. £10-15
516.    A Graduated Curb Link Albert Chain, to double swivel style clasps, suspending T-bar and three coins (drilled); with a hallmarked silver medallion pendant, "Hope Valley School Sports" with engraved date 1934. £30-50
517.    Vintage and Later Costume Jewellery, including oval shell carved cameo ring, within marcasite set border (approximate finger size O), an Edwardian style heart shape scent flask, crucifix pendant stamped "375", cameo brooch, drop earrings etc :- One Tray £20-40
518.    Micromosaic and Other Brooches, vintage bead necklace, hinged bangle, unmounted oval shell carved cameos, banded agate trinket / pill pot, etc, contained in a vintage case. £30-50
519.    Thomas Sabo Fresh Water Pearl Bracelet, together with malachite set heart pendant, matching pendant and earrings, cross pendants, etc :- One Tray £20-40
520.    Pandora; A Sliding Charm, stamped "S925 ALE", in a Pandora box; Together with A Collection of Assorted Novelty Owl Sliding Charms, various design, sliding bead charms etc. £10-15
521.    A Modern Amber Set Necklace, together with a large two colour pendant, a collet et brooch, a pair of earrings etc. £20-30
522.    Ola Marie Gorie; A Small Circlet Brooch, together with "925" and other brooches, including marcasite set butterfly brooch. (7) £20-40
523.    An Art Nouveau Style Necklace, the openwork panel oval collet set to the centre, with enamel highlights (lacking drop), stamped "925", to integral chain with faceted bead detail (clasp broken); Together with A Pair of filigree elephant earring, stamped; further earrings; chain (clasp broken), etc. £20-30
524.    A Heart Shape Polished Hardstone Pendant, together with two single stone pendants, spectacle set, on a fine chain, stamped "375", a bead necklace. £30-50
525.    "925" and Other Jewellery, including Wedgwood Jasperware black and white pendant, on a chain, oval locket pendants, hardstone inset and other brooches, etc. £25-40
526.    A Pair of Modern Grey Pearl Set Earrings, (unpierced clip on), of two tone design, stamped "375"together with a modern three colour fresh water pearl bead necklace, imitation pearls, etc. £80-120
527.    An Oval Egyptian Style Brooch, with pendant loop, of openwork design, with a textured finish and a hardstone decorated centre, stamped "925", another brooch, with enamel detail, within openwork border, and a Modernist style circular brooch, a similar pendant on chain, with a large ornate centre, and a bombé style ring, indistinctly hallmarked silver, circular claw set centre, within openwork setting and shoulders. £25-40
528.    A Dainty Pearl Set Ring, of foliate design with inset highlights, stamped "375" (finger size O) (1.5grams); A Similar Pearl Pendant, stamped "375", on fine chain and a pair of pearl earrings, to screw back fitting, stamped "9ct". £30-50
529.    "Mexico" and Other Shell Inset and Other Bangles, earrings, etc. £20-40
530.    Marcasite and Other Bracelets, including "925", a modern Art Deco style pendant on a chain, a pair of marcasite and shell inset earrings. £20-40
531.    Stylish Art Deco Plastic Buckles, a Cachet pewter and enamel Art Deco style solid perfume locket, Art Deco geometric lapel pins. £30-50
532.    A XIX Century Oval Shell Carved Cameo Brooch, depicting female profile, collet set; Together with An Amber Tumbled Bead Necklace, a long single strand fresh water pearl necklace, suspending heart pendant, polished hardstone bracelets, etc :- One Tray £30-50
533.    A Victorian Bracelet, of wide uniform design (damages), to snap clasp; together with a wide Victorian bangle, with belt buckle detail, a faceted blue bead and wire link necklace, micromosaic panel brooch, a ship brooch, circular locket pendant, etc. £100-150
534.    Modern "925" Bracelets, a polished hardstone inset necklace and matching earrings, a modern Tibetan Buddha style pendant, on chain. £20-30
535.    A Citrine Single Stone Brooch, oval collet set, 2.7cm wide, stamped "9ct"; together with a single stone set bar brooch, in a fitted case, an openwork bar brooch, oval claw set to the centre, etc. £60-80
536.    An Edwardian Openwork Pendant, claw set, together with a circular locket pendant, vintage bead and wire necklace, an Iona marble pendant, a Wedgwood Jasperware circular brooch, etc. £30-50
537.    A Norwegian Filigree Solje Brooch, together with another modern brooch, detailed to the reverse "Three Norne Verdani Present Skuld Future Urd Past", stamped "Silver"; a pair of modern earrings and a Trifari open heart brooch. £20-40
538.    A Long Single Strand Fresh Water Pearl Bead Necklace, knotted; together with a pair of earrings. £20-40
539.    Blue John Inset Dress Rings, two brooches, pendant on chain and two pairs of stud earrings. £30-50
540.    A Facsimile Thaler Coin Circular Locket Type Pendant, detailed in relief; together with a hallmarked silver shield pendant, "Presented by The Merseyside Master Millers September 1st 1923", a "The Most Cheery Order of Merrythoughts" fob, suspending wishbone, an engine turned tie slide, a thimble, etc. £15-25
541.    A Smith & Pepper Serpent Necklace, (damages / incomplete), the head with inset eyes, stamped "S&P" and indistinctly stamped "9c". £150-200
542.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Mabe Pearl Earrings, circular collet set. £50-80
543.    WITHDRAWN - Alice Lund; A Danish Hand Made Pottery Necklace, of Modernist design, glazed to the front in black and turquoise, 41cm long, stamped to the reverse "Alice Lund Danmark"; Together with A Matching Earring, (odd) (unpierced clip on), stamped "Alice Lund Danmark". (2)
544.    Modern Fresh Water Pearl Necklaces, a modern Honora fresh water pearl bangle watch, etc. £15-20
545.    Wedgwood Jasperware Pendant, within marcasite set border, a small Wedgwood Jasperware circular panel, a Swarovski pendant on chain, a fine chain necklace and matching bracelet, each with T-bar and loop fastener, etc. £10-15
546.    A Gilt Metal Guard / Muff Chain, suspending single swivel style clasp and a gilt 1941 half penny coin with applied scroll mount; Together with Another Chain, stamped "9c" (broken). £70-100
547.    A Long Graduated Single Strand Cherry Amber Coloured Bead Necklace, together with another graduated bead necklace. (2) £20-40
548.    A XIX Century Mourning Brooch, of shaped design with central oval glazed locket panel encasing hair work, highlighted in black enamel "In Memory Of"; Together with A Circular Cameo Brooch, within seed pearl and turquoise set border, a bar brooch, a further brooch with glazed locket panel, a pair of stud earrings etc. £80-120
549.    A Modern Flat Curb Link Bracelet, 20cm long, stamped "375" (3.5grams); A Plain Stock Pin, (dented) stamped "9ct" (1gram); A Pair of Fancy Earstuds, to screw back fitting, stamped "9ct" (1gram). £70-100
550.    A Modern Single Stone Dress Ring, oval claw set, stamped "375" (finger size P1/2) (2grams); A Heart Pendant on Fine Chain, (chain knotted), a pair of drop earrings stamped "375" and two pairs of stud earrings. £40-60
551.    A Pair of XIX Century Citrine Drop Earrings, highlighted with seed pearls, each on twin fine chain suspension (all detached). £70-100
552.    A 9ct Gold Fancy Link Bracelet, to a 9ct gold heart shape padlock style clasp (overall weight 11.8grams). £120-160
553.    A Pair of Modern Ruby Set Earrings, oval collet rubover set to the centre, within border of circular collet set highlights, one indistinctly stamped "925". £15-20
554.    A Pair of Modern 9ct Two Colour Gold Drop Earrings, of triple teardrop and fine chain design; Together with A Pair of Woven Earrings. £30-50
555.    A Modern 9ct White Gold Inset Band Ring, (finger size P1/2) (2grams); Together with A Pair of Dragonfly Style Earstuds, with inset highlights to body, stamped "375" (1.2grams). £30-50
556.    A Small Collection of 9ct Gold Novelty Charms, including two emergency money, a suitcase, a cigarette lighter and an inset swivel fob pendant. (5) £80-120
557.    An Intricate Micromosaic Panel Brooch, of rounded rectangular form, 4.5cm wide. £20-30
558.    A Victorian 9ct Gold Brooch, of shaped textured design, Birmingham 1888 (3.5grams). £30-50
559.    An Expanding Bracelet, of geometric design (dents), indistinctly stamped "9ct" (overall weight including springs 17grams). £150-200
560.    A 9ct Gold Flat Figaro Link Chain, 60cm long (22grams). £300-400
561.    A 9ct Gold Bangle, with part foliate engraving, to integral hook style fastener and safety chain (8grams). £100-150
562.    A 9ct Gold Fancy Link Chain, 40.5cm long (8grams). £100-150
563.    A Hallmarked Silver Bead Necklace, of uniform design, to T-bar and loop fastener, 41.5cm long; Together with Matching Bracelet, 19cm long. (2) £30-50
564.    A Dainty Two Stone Inset Bar Brooch, stamped "15ct"; together with a disc pendant 'Catherine', on a chain. £70-100
565.    A Curb Link Charm Bracelet, to heart shape padlock style clasp, suspending numerous novelty charm pendants. £20-30
566.    Hans Hansen; A Danish Brooch, of abstract design, stamped "925 S Denmark" with facsimile signature and numbered "113". £40-60
567.    Albert Bighand; A Navajo Indian Bangle, of geometric design, stamped "Bighand Sterling" (internal diameter 5.3cm at widest point). £30-50
568.    A Vintage Colourless Paste Circular Cluster Ring, (closed back setting) (finger size M); Together with a small Blue John inset bar brooch, a marcasite set dress clip etc. £30-50
569.    A 9ct Gold Oval Shell Carved Cameo Brooch / Pendant, depicting day and night, 3.9cm. £50-80
570.    A Victorian Jet Brooch, depicting female profile, together with a XIX Century oval locket pendant. (2) £20-40
571.    A 9ct Rose Gold Bangle, of plain (hollow) design, Smith & Pepper, Birmingham 1919, internal diameter 7.4cm (23.5grams). £250-300
572.    A Collection of Assorted Modern Dress Rings, including "925", etc. £15-20
573.    "925" and Other Modern Dress Rings, including marcasite, turquoise etc. £20-30
574.    A Modern 14ct Gold Diamond Set Ring, of bombé style, claw set throughout with graduated brilliant cut stones (finger size N) (5.7grams). £500-600
575.    A Modern Dress Ring, stamped "375" (finger size P); Together with An 18ct Gold Ring, (shank cut / damaged). (2) £70-100
576.    A Large 9ct Gold Single Stone Dress Ring, high oval claw set (finger size O1/2). £40-60
577.    A Victorian Style 9ct Gold Dress Ring, alternately claw set highlights, within openwork setting, between reeded shoulders (finger size M) (2grams); A Cluster Ring, of flowerhead design, stamped "9 375" (finger size H1/2) (2.5grams). (2) £50-80
578.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone inset between textured shoulders, indistinctly stamped "18ct" (finger size M) (2grams); A Graduated Inset Illusion Set Dress Ring, between textured shoulders, stamped "18ct&Plat" (finger size O1/2) (2grams). (2) £100-150
579.    A Modern 9ct Gold Half Eternity Style Ring, alternately claw set highlights, within "No.1" setting, between plain wide shoulders (finger size L) (1.5grams); A 9ct Gold Single Stone Ring, claw set, between tapered crossover shoulders (finger size I) (1.5grams), and a 9ct gold illusion set dress ring, between crossover shoulders (finger size S1/2) (1.5grams). (3) £50-80
580.    A Modern 9ct Gold Cluster Ring, of flowerhead design, claw set throughout, between trifurcated shoulders (finger size O1/2) (1.2grams); Another Similar, (finger size K) (1.2grams); And A 9ct Gold Illusion Set Dress Ring, between textured shoulders (finger size N) (1.5grams). (3) £40-80
581.    A Modern 9ct Gold Cluster Ring, claw set throughout between tapered shoulders (finger size M1/2) (2grams); A Dainty 9ct Gold Dress Ring, claw set highlight, between a textured setting (finger size H1/2) (2grams); and an inset half eternity style ring, stamped "375" (finger size I) (1.5grams). (3) £70-100
582.    An 18ct Gold Signet Style Ring, (finger size P1/2) (3.9grams). £80-120
583.    An 18ct Gold Victorian Style Boat Shape Ring, with graduated inset highlights, within openwork setting, between textured shoulders (finger size N) (2.5grams) £60-90
584.    A 9ct Gold Gent's Signet Ring, the cushion shape panel initialled 'D', between textured shoulders (finger size V / shank split) (4grams); An Oval Opal Coloured Claw Set Dress Ring, between tapered shoulders (finger size M) (2grams); And Another Ring, stamped "9ct & Sil" (finger size O) (1gram). £60-90
585.    A Modern Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone claw set between tapered shoulders, stamped "750" "52" (finger size N1/2) (2.5grams). £150-250
586.    A Modern Claw Set Wishbone Ring, stamped "375" (finger siz R) (1.8grams); Another Similar, with inset highlights, stamped "375" (finger size N1/2) (1.5grams); Together with Two Inset Band Rings, stamped "375" (finger size L) (total weight 3grams). (4) £70-100
587.    A Modern Inset Dress Ring, of Grecian style, between wide tapering shoulders (finger size N) (3.5grams). £80-120
588.    A Wide 9ct Gold Two Tone Wedding Band, of allover textured design (finger size T) (4.5grams). £50-80
589.    A Single Stone Ring, stamped "9ct" (finger size O); a 9ct gold ring (stones missing / finger size P); and another ring stamped "9ct". (3) £60-100
590.    A Modern 9ct Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, of wide graduated design, set throughout with alternate brilliant cut stones (finger size N) (4.9grams). £600-700
591.    A 9ct Gold Cluster Ring, high claw set, between plain tapering shoulders (finger size O); Together with A Single Stone Dress Ring, stamped "9ct&Sil". (2) £40-60
592.    A 9ct Gold Wide lain Wedding Band, (fingr size L1/2) (3.9grams); Together with Three Further Rings, (two damaged / shanks cut). (4) £80-100
593.    An 18ct Yellow and White Gold Eternity Band, with inset highlights (finger size T) (4grams); Together with Another Eternity Band, stamped "375" (finger size L) (4.5grams). (2) £120-150
594.    A Five Stone Diamond Ring, of abstract deign, claw set throughout with brilliant cut stones, stamped "750" (finger size O1/2) (3.4grams). £100-150
595.    An 18ct White Gold Five Stone Diamond Ring, claw set with graduated old cut stones (chips) (finger size P). £200-300
596.    An 18ct Gold Seven Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stones claw set (finger size P) (2.6grams). £150-200