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Auction House:
McKenzies Auctioneers
Number of lots recorded:16
Lots with images:16
Prices available:16
*** A rare J A Linton sterling silver, 60pcs part flatware cutlery set with wildflower designs: mostly Banksia with a few gumnuts finials the set comprising of: 10 table knives stainless blades, length 22.5 cm 10 dessert knives stainless blades, length 20.3 cm 10 table forks, length 19 cm 10 dessert forks, length 15.2 cm 10 soup spoons, length 17 cm 10 dessert spoons, length 15.3 cm stamped with JAL, STG SIL and gumnut mark total weight: 3094gms (knives stainless blades and weighted) ***
*** A Georg Jensen sterling silver acorn pattern 12 place setting part service, mid 20th century, comprising of 12 dinner knives, 12 dessert knives, 12 table forks, 12 dessert forks, 12 table spoons, 12 dessert spoons - total 72pcs knife, length 22.5 cm, fork, length 19 cm stamped sterling Denmark with dotted circle mark total set approx. Weight: 4,020gms note: knives weighted with stainless steel blades ***
*** An important Paul Storr sterling silver entree dish and cover hallmarked London 1814. The tureen is decorated with gadrooned borders and shell motif handle and inscribed, 'Presented by the Duchess Del Infantado to Commander Robert Dalton RN', together with coat of arms. Length 31 cm. Width 22.2 cm. Height 13 cm total weight 1736grams ***
*** A rare West Australian sterling silver golfing, presentation cup by Gordon Holdsworth, (1885-1965), working Western Australia c.1908 - 1965, inscribed 'WA Golf Club Anniversary Cup presented, by the Foundation Captain Eustace Cohen Aug. 1929'. The cup is constructed in the Arts & Crafts style with, hammered-beaten decoration to bowl, central, column and lower base, with rope-twist silver wire, decoration, very similar to the JWR Linton style, signed to base 'G. Holdsworth Del et Sculp'. Height 20.5 cm ***
*** Georg Jensen cutlery, Continental design, 97 pieces in total, hallmarked, Georg Jensen, Denmark sterling silver, designed in 1906 by Georg Jensen, the Continental cutlery pattern was the first major cutlery range to emerge from the fledgling silver smithy that was established two years earlier in 1904. In designing Continental, Georg Jensen was inspired by the forms of traditional and centuries old Nordic tools and implements, the lightly hammered surface enhances the design giving it.… ***
*** A pair of Georg Jensen Harald Nielsen sterling silver Pyramid, serving bowls, 600A, stamped HN with Georg Jensen silver marks, diameter 26 cm, total weight 1569gms ***
*** English sterling silver flatware set mixed dates 18th century various London makers marks i) 2 George III Hanoverian basting spoons by James Jones London 1766, length: 36.3 cm benjamin Cartwright 1761, length: 35 cm ii) 12 table spoons by Thomas Chawner, London 1773, length: 20.5 cm ii) 12 dessert spoons 9 by Thomas Chawner, London 1773, length: 17.2 cm 3 by maker TT, London 1777, length: 16.8 cm iii) 12 tea spoons London, c. 1770 (Af marks rubbed), length:12.… ***
*** An 800 Continental silver (setting for 12) 156pcs, flatware service, early 20th century, silver pieces comprising of 12 soup spoons. 12 dinner, forks. 12 fish forks. 12 tea spoons. 12 coffee spoons, 12 dessert spoons. 13 various serving pieces, total silver weight 5,041grams (approx), weighted flatware pieces, 12 table knives. 12 fish knives. 12 fish forks. 12 fish, knives. 12 butter knives. 11 various serving pieces, length 31.5 cm (soup ladle) ***
*** A 56pcs Georg Jensen sterling silver acorn, pattern, 8 place setting with serving Pcs, mid 20th century, comprising of: 8 table knives, 8 dessert knives, 8, dinner forks, 8 dessert forks, 8 soup spoons, 8 dessert ***
*** A Victorian sterling silver, Old English bright cut pattern, cutlery set with oak canteen case 1868 London, by George Adams 105pcs in total top tray canteen comprising of: 18 table forks, matching hallmarks 18 dessert forks, matching hallmarks 10 dessert spoons, 9 matching marks, 1 later 1883 4 mustard spoons, matching hallmarks lower canteen comprising of: 12 table spoons, matching hallmarks 12 tea spoons, matching marks 4 serving ladles, matching marks 2 basting spoons, matching marks 1 soup ladle, earlie… ***
*** A large, fine quality sterling silver butlers tray by Adie Brothers Birmingham 1926, with decorated shell handles, engraved centre '6 Gurkha Rifles, Presented to Capt. W.G.H. Wells, By His Brother Officers, on the Occasion of His Marriage, December 1926'. Tray length 56.5 cm. Width 41.3 cm. Depth2.5 cm. Weight: 4208 grams ***
*** A sterling silver flatware service, 103pcs in fitted, oak canteen, by Elkington & Co, 1903 Birmingham (composite, matched marks set), 103 pieces in total, comprising of:, 24 ivory handle knives with stainless steel blades ***
*** A fine late Victorian sterling silver monteith, by Robert Stocker London, decorated with lion mask head handles, putti masks, above scalloped rim edges, chased gadrooned base, and bowl circumference, engraved with family, armorial motto, Animo et fide 'Courageously and faithfully', matching clear hallmarks, Rs (Robert Stocker), assayed London dated 1894. Height (without stand): 23 cm. Diameter 30 cm ***
*** Sterling silver oval shaped two handled, serving tray, hallmarked London 1899, by William Hutton & Sons, the tray is cast silver and decorated with an engraved, centre, having an inscribed presentation to 'Arthur L, Beart Esq. on His Retirement..' for services in Banking, September 1899, the handles and outside border are decorated with shells, berries and leaf designs. Length 77 cm. Width 49 cm, weight 4kgs (approx). Note: with illuminated presentation pertaining to the tray '..… ***
*** An English sterling silver 108pcs flatware service, with oak canteen, the majority of the flatware is early Victorian period by, George Adams 1842 London ***
*** A large and fine quality sterling silver butlers tray by Adie Brothers Birmingham 1926 with decorated shell handles, engraved centre, the ¶6 Gurkha Rifles, Presented to Capt. W.G.H. Wells, by his brother officers, on the Occasion of his Marriage, December 1926.÷ tray length 56.5 cm ; width 41.3 cm. Depth 2.5 cm weight 4208 grams ***