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The Silver and Jewellery Auction: 27th / 28th  February 2024
Live
Venue address
St. Edmund's Court
Okehampton Street
Exeter
EX4 1DU
United Kingdom
The Silver and Jewellery Auction: 27th / 28th February 2024

The Silver and Jewellery Auction 

Day 1 - Silver Lots 1 - 358

Day 2 -  Watches and Jewellery Lots 381 - 850

Auction dates
Feb 27, 2024 10:00 AM GMT
Lots: 1-358
Feb 28, 2024 10:00 AM GMT
Lots: 381 - 850
Viewing dates
Feb 23, 2024 09:00 AM - 05:15 PM GMT
Feb 24, 2024 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM GMT
Feb 26, 2024 09:00 AM - 05:15 PM GMT
Auction currency
GBP
Delivery
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There are 787 lots within this auction
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Category
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Item Type
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A silver christening mug by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1924,
130 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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A silver mounted cut glass Angostura bitters bottle by Barker Ellis Silver Co.
0 GBP
150 - 200 GBP
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A Victorian silver caddy spoon, by John Milward Banks, Chester 1906, 15grams, 7.
60 GBP
30 - 50 GBP
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A Victorian silver mounted cork decanter stopper by Charles Reily & George Storer,
120 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A George V silver and mother of pearl folding orange peeling knife by William Needham,
45 GBP
40 - 60 GBP
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A silver cream jug by J. B.
110 GBP
60 - 80 GBP
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A George III silver punch ladle, marks worn, London 1776; and another, marks rubbed, 110g (3.
40 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A set of four silver hunting spirit beakers, maker's mark RS (not traced), Birmingham 1979,
240 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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A cased set of six hallmarked silver coffee spoons.
25 GBP
30 - 50 GBP
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A collection of silver, to include: a silver coloured pistol grip handled magnifying glass,
140 GBP
150 - 250 GBP
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A set of six silver teaspoons by Josiah Williams & Co.
40 GBP
40 - 60 GBP
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A George V lady's leather vanity case with silver gilt fittings by Henry Greaves Ltd,
450 GBP
500 - 700 GBP
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A palmwood, turquoise, mother of pearl and gilt metal mounted walking stick, late 19th century,
110 GBP
70 - 100 GBP
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Two silver mounted walking sticks,
95 GBP
40 - 60 GBP
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A George V silver cigarette case by Charles Cooke, Chester 1918, of shaped square form,
45 GBP
40 - 60 GBP
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A set of six George V silver smoker's combination ashtray and matchbox holder, marks rubbed out,
80 GBP
60 - 80 GBP
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A pair of short Victorian Corinthian column candlesticks by Hawkesworth, Eyre & Co, Sheffield 1896,
380 GBP
150 - 250 GBP
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A pair of Victorian silver candlesticks by John Septimus Beresford, London 1886,
140 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A set of six George V silver twin handled finger bowl stands by Charles & Richard Comyns London
260 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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A late Victorian silver wall sconce, maker's mark FW (not traced) over-striking that of another,
420 GBP
250 - 350 GBP
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A silver twin handled christening bowl by Jay, Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, Chester 1914,
120 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A pair of Edward VII silver gravy boats, maker Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1903, reeded rim,
150 GBP
120 - 140 GBP
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A late Victorian silver baluster mug by Thomas Hayes, Birmingham 1898,
160 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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A George III silver cream jug by James Lea or Joseph Lewis, London 1799,
50 GBP
60 - 80 GBP
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A silver mug by Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1931,
140 GBP
70 - 90 GBP
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A George III silver cream jug by Stephen Adams II, London 1798,
65 GBP
60 - 80 GBP
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A George II silver tankard, maker's mark rubbed out, London probably 1746, of baluster form,
240 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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A George III silver cream jug, maker's mark worn (..
80 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A Victorian silver christening mug by Martin, Hall & Co.
150 GBP
70 - 100 GBP
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A George IV silver six division toast rack by Charles Fox II, London 1826,
100 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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A silver sugar caster by Alexander Clark & Co.
100 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A Victorian silver mug, maker's mark obscured, Sheffield 1873, retailed by Elkington & Co.
280 GBP
60 - 80 GBP
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A George III silver swing-handled sugar basket by Peter and Ann Bateman, London 1793,
0 GBP
200 - 350 GBP
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A silver sugar caster by C. J.
70 GBP
50 - 70 GBP
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A George III silver navette sugar basket by Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1798,
140 GBP
150 - 250 GBP
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An early Victorian silver chalice by William Brown & William Nathaniel Somersall, London 1839,
150 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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A pair of George II silver casters by Charles Alchorne, London 1737,
260 GBP
300 - 500 GBP
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A Victorian silver mounted clear glass claret jug by William & George Sissons, Sheffield 1870,
900 GBP
600 - 800 GBP
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A George II silver trencher salt cellar, maker's mark IS, a pellet between,
0 GBP
70 - 100 GBP
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A George II silver caster by Samuel Wood, London 1740,
110 GBP
140 - 160 GBP
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A George IV silver rectangular snuff box by John Shaw, Birmingham 1826, plain,
130 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A George III silver nipple shield, maker's mark IB, London 1820, of typical dot pierced form,
0 GBP
220 - 260 GBP
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[Battle of Britain interest] A George II silver mug by John Edwards II, London 1724? (marks worn),
600 GBP
300 - 500 GBP
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A George II cast taperstick, obscured maker's mark, London 1725,
0 GBP
350 - 450 GBP
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A set of twelve Scottish provincial silver oar pattern teaspoons by Charles Murray,
0 GBP
150 - 250 GBP
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A set of six Scottish provincial silver old English pattern teaspoons by Natheniel Gillet (maker's
200 GBP
150 - 200 GBP
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A collection of Scottish provincial silver teaspoons,
0 GBP
150 - 250 GBP
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A collection of sixteen Scottish silver teaspoons in 'Scottish Fiddle pattern',
350 GBP
100 - 200 GBP
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A set of six Scottish provincial silver Fiddle pattern tea spoons, conjecturally John Allan,
110 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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A set of six William IV Scottish silver Fiddle pattern teaspoons by Robert Chisholm,
110 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A Scottish provincial silver marrow scoop by Robert Keay I, Perth, circa 1791-1839, 21.
110 GBP
120 - 180 GBP
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[Scottish and colonial interest] A Scottish Old English pattern tablespoon by George Fenwick,
110 GBP
150 - 200 GBP
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A collection of Scottish silver teaspoons in 'Scottish Fiddle pattern',
350 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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Four Scottish silver caddy spoons,
180 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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A pair of early Victorian Scottish provincial silver Oar pattern toddy ladles by James Begg,
0 GBP
120 - 180 GBP
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A set of four George IV Sottish provincial silver Fiddle and Shell pattern toddy ladles by Daniel
0 GBP
150 - 250 GBP
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A George II silver Hanoverian pattern salt spoon by Henry Brind, London, six Newcastle teaspoons,
250 GBP
150 - 250 GBP
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A set of five George III Scottish provincial silver pointed old English pattern teaspoons by John
100 GBP
150 - 250 GBP
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Four various Scottish silver toddy ladles, two table and two dessert spoons,
160 GBP
120 - 180 GBP
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Two Scottish silver marrow scoops: one scoop by George McHattie, Edinburgh 1813,
220 GBP
120 - 160 GBP
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