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Number of lots recorded:21
Lots with images:21
Prices available:21
*** A fine silver and glass palm tree and figure with emu epergne, Australian circa 1880. Provenance: Provenance: Phillips Melbourne 5 September 2004 Lot 293 Sold then as the work of Thomas Stokes with provenance from Stokes Australasia Ltd, 41 cm high, base… ***
*** A fine quality suite of sterling silver Kings pattern cutlery, Robert Gray and Sons, Glasgow 1834,comprising 21 table-spoons, 10 medium soup ladles,6 small ladles,24 dessert spoons,2 large fish or cake slices,2 large soup ladles, 2 large gravy spoons,2… ***
*** An impressive silver merino and tree-fern pattern centre-piece with glass bowl, attributed to William Kerr, Sydney, Australian (1838-1896). Australian, circa 1880, 35 cm high, 24 cm diameter, with glass dome and base 55 cm high ***
*** A sterling silver table bell, maker: James Unitt Parkes, London 1903. weight 14ozs, height 14 cm ***
*** A collection of six silver-gilt condiments, maker Stuart Devlin, London 1970, comprising two circular salts,two cylindrical salts and two cylindrical peppers, 6 cm diameter,7 cm and 8 cm high ***
*** A sterling-silver repousse and cast two-handled cup, early Georgian hallmarks and then struck Lamb Sydney, 18 cm wide 8 cm high over the handles ***
*** A fine silver-gilt christening mug, marks rubbed, maker Joseph Angel, London 1818. weight 5¾ozs, height 9 cm ***
*** A sterling silver pepper caster maker R C, London 1929, weight 3½ozs, height 11 cm, length 8 cm ***
*** A tall open work silver vase/bowl, probably by Neresheimer, Hanau, late 19th century, weight 5ozs, 9 cm, high ***
*** A small three-piece tea service, maker William Aitken, Birmingham 1906. weight 13ozs gross Teapot, height 12 cm ***
*** A pair of oval bon-bon dishes, maker Saunders & Shepherd, Birmingham 1901, weight 11½ozs, length 19 cm, length 8 cm ***
*** A set of four matching small toast racks, maker Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1903, weight 12ozs, length 12.5 cm, height 10 cm ***
*** A pair of cauldron salts and mustard pot, with blue glass liner, maker, C & R C, London 1919. Salts weight 5ozs, height 4.5 cm, diameter 6 cm, mustard weight 4ozs, height 6 cm, diameter 5 cm ***
*** A large octagonal sugar caster in the George I baluster style maker, G & Co Ltd, London 1980, height 19 cm ***
*** A cased openwork condiment set all with blue glass liners, maker E S Barnsley & Co the spoon and mustard by Thomas Hayes; Birmingham 1896. ***
*** A sterling silver pepper grinder, maker N L, London 1973, height 7 cm ***
*** A twin handled footed bowl maker Welby & Welby, marks rubbed, London circa 1910, weight 14ozs, height 9 cm, diameter 12 cm ***
*** A sterling silver marrow scoop, maker's marks rubbed, English 18th century ***
*** A pierced circular small mustard pot, with a blue glass liner, maker Haseler Bros, Birmingham 1905, weight 1½ozs, height 6 cm ***
*** An oval bowl of bombe form, inscribed: Andrew John Burrell … September 1974; maker Henry Frazer, London 1902, weight 7¼ oz, height 6 cm, length 11 cm ***
*** A pair of Georgian silver boat shaped salts,English circa 1810 ***