Full details of each lot are displayed, except the lot number, estimate and price. You must be a subscriber to view lot numbers, estimates and prices.

Click here to view registration and subscription levels

Auction House:
Vickers & Hoad Auctioneers
Number of lots recorded:16
Lots with images:16
Prices available:16
*** Rare extensive vintage Canteen of Georg Jensen Acorn (konig) pattern of sterling silver cutlery. To include 12 dinner knife & forks, 12 dessert spoons, 16 lunch fork, 10 lunch knife, 5 mocha spoons, 12 butter knives, 12 soup spoons, 12 fish knife & fork, 8 grapefruit spoons, a large serving fork & spoon, 1 large serving spoon with steel bowl, 1 large sauce ladle, 1 jam spoon, 1 sugar spoon, 6 large tea spoons approx 4.5kg not include knives and stainless steel end server (135) ***
*** Impressive antique French silver service, comprising a spirit kettle and stand, side handle coffee pot, tea pot, lidded sugar, creamer, all with fluted twist design with chains of flowers, all standing on slender scroll legs, marked for post 1838 mark, ED ***
*** Large antique sterling silver twin handled tray, marked for London 1905-6 Mappin & Webb Ltd, 81 cm handle to handle, approx weight total 5.6 kgs ***
*** Presentation cased set of hallmarked sterling silver cutlery, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co Ltd, Sheffield 1917-18, some marked for Garrard, approx 129 piece s, weight of items without table knives, cheese knives, fish forks, fish knives, fruit forks and fruit knife 4344 gms ***
*** Fine canteen of sterling silver flatware service setting for eight, plus serving pieces, marked for Garrards & Co London dated 1964-65, 84 pieces in all, total approx weight 3.600 kg ***
*** Fine & rare antique Georgian entree dishes, in sterling silver. Octagonal shape with gadroon borders and original finials with wheat & floral decoration marked 1803, London, IE, (makers mark to finials) approx 31 cm long, 22 cm wide, 8 cm high, 3000g. Provenance: Ex Stanley Lipscombe ***
*** Antique set of four sterling silver entree dishes, 27 cm long, with covers and detachable foliate design handles. covers with engraved bands of Greek key ornament, dished with beaded edges, marked weight 4758 gms, maker CB (Charles Boynton II), London 1870. ***
*** Bespoke canteen of antique silver cutlery in fitted oak case. Ex Henry Charles 'Inky' Stephens (February 1841 – July 1918) with full sets of Kings pattern knives, Old English pattern servers, Rattail forks, fiddle thread and shell asparagus. Various English hallmarks Victorian dates, includes pieces by Chawners, Francis Higgins, G&S Co etc.. Approx 4786g (silver weight not including knives) ***
*** Burmese, four piece 950 standard silver tea & coffee set, profusely decorated in relief with traditional scenes, people and animals. Approx 17 cm high, estimated total approx weight 3020 Grams ***
*** Antique Victorian large twin handle tray, in sterling silver by Walter & John Barnard. With threaded and half fluted borders, hand engraved foliate decoration and plain thick gauge cartouche. As well as large cast leaf form handles. Marked WJB, London, 1883, approx 66 cm x 51 cm ex handle, 4,700g ***
*** George II sterling silver tea pot, in an inverted pear form, with a flush hinge and pear wood handle. Marked 1753, London, Wpws, approx 529g, 15 cm long ***
*** English silver three pieces tea set. Hallmarked for London 1836, makers mark for John Fry II. Total weight 1714 gm ***
*** Early Georgian sterling silver Warwick cruet matched stand complete with George ii dredgers bottles etc Marked stand WS, London, 1769, shakers London, MS, 1750-51, approx 739g silver weight ***
*** Antique 19th century Mongolian saddle, fitted with damascened metal banding over a shagreen mounted ground, four different bosses over a tiger stripe cloth, fitted with iron stirrups and damascened metal mounted back straps (Ex collection of Italian Diplomat) ***
*** Asprey of London twin handled serving tray in sterling silver marked Asprey & G ltd, Sheffield, 1975, 48 cm long, 1500g ***
*** Matthew Boulton sterling silver George III two handled lidded trophy, hallmarked circa 1790, (date letter rubbed) 38 cm high, weight approx 1385grams. Approx 26 cm high, 51 cm long ***