Fine Furniture and Art, Estate Clearance and Effects
Seven 19th Century Folding Penknives (A/F): To include one in a leather case stamped Muirhead & Sons Goldsmiths Glasgow and having a silver blade hallmarked Sheffield 1849 and a reeded mother of pearl handle. One having a swept bone handle engraved with inscription 'Miss Saxton-Blyth June 14th 1860', one with Sheffield silver hallmarked blade dated 1904 with William Nowill (in partnership with John Nowill) maker's punch, and one hallmarked Birmingham 1909 with Villiers & Jackson's makers' mark.
Sold For: £55
Five Folding Penknives with Mother of Pearl handles; three having Sheffield silver blades with marks for C W Fletcher & Son Ltd (Charles William Fletcher) dated 1929 , John Oxley 1852, and William Needham 1934.
Sold For: £60
A Collection of Six 19th Century Silver Penknives with Mother-of-pearl handles. The blades with hallmarks for Sheffield 1824, 1840, 1888 and 1877, Birmingham 1864 and one indistinct.
Sold For: £120
A Fine Quality 19th Century Campaign Cutlery Set: The knife, fork & spoon folding into bone handles and stamped with Britannia metal marks and JR&S makers' mark.
Sold For: £130
A Georgian Campaign Knife & Fork with Mother-of-Pearl handle.
Sold For: £100
Three Georgian Silver Spoons: A table spoon hallmarked London 1797 with Thomas Whipham maker's stamp, two dessert spoons; one hallmarked London 1810 by Peter & Ann Bateman, the other Edinburgh 1792.
Sold For: £40
A Set of Six Victorian Silver Teaspoons hallmarked Exeter 1864 with Josiah Williams & Co (James & Josiah Williams) makers' stamp.
Sold For: £45
A Collection of Nine Georgian & Victorian Silver Dessert Spoons: Three with Dublin assay marks for 1867 and JS makers stamp, three hallmarked London 1827 stamped with William M Traies's maker's mark. The others marked; Solomon Hougham, London 1800, Thomas Wilkes Barker London 1807, and another.
Sold For: £80
A Collection of 14 Georgian & Victorian Silver Teaspoons including seven with Exeter assay marks; one with date stamp for 1825, three dated 1859 with JW&JW makers mark, and three dated 1853 with JO makers mark.
Sold For: £70
A Cased Carving Set with silver handles hallmarked Sheffield 1907 with Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson) makers' mark, and a collection of cutlery; mostly with silver clad handles.
Sold For: £110
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