Eight Attractive 19th Century Silver Folding Fruit Knives: One in a decorative case with gilt embellishment having wrythen strings of beads carved to the handle, Sheffield assay marks for 1867 and Thomas Marples' maker's punch. Another with Sheffield marks for 1870 and Atkin Brothers' maker's punch, the handle inset with small plaque inscribed AL. A Georgian knife with seed pick by William Nowill Sheffield 1828. A cased knife by John Round & Son Ltd (Joseph Ridge) Sheffield 1898 with decoratively carved handle. Another with Sheffield hallmarks by John Yeomans Cowlishaw. Two with George Unite's maker's punch; one of them Georgian with piqué work to the carved handle and a tooled leather case, the other Victorian with assay marks for Birmingham 1849 and a plaque inset to the handle engraved 'Matilda'. The last Georgian with an inset navette to the handle.
Sold For: £400
A Group of Eight Georgian & Victorian Silver Folding Fruit Knives with decorative mother-of-pearl handles.
Sold For: £160
Eight 19th/Early 20th Century Folding Silver Fruit Knifes with mother-of-pearl faced handles, Sheffield assay marks and various maker's marks.
Sold For: £500
A Silver Toddy Ladle and a Silver Mounted Cut Crystal Bonbon Dish. The ladle with unmarked oval bowl inset with a George III Silver shilling dated 1787, on a wrythen horn handle. The oval bonbon dish cut with wrythen fluting to the straight sides and a star to the base in a silver basket mount London 1896 with Horace Woodward & Co Ltd makers punch.
Sold For: £80
A 19th Century Entremet Set with engraved and cast scrolling foliate embellishments; the spoon with a pierced bowl stamped with poinçon mark, fitted in a velvet lined case.
Sold For: £90
Two Clive Christian Scent Bottles having silver gilt collars stamped 925 with London assay marks; each set with a single diamond; the larger one on a raised claw mount. The bottles 4½'' (11.5 cm) in height.
Sold For: £220
A 19th Century Cut Crystal & Ormolu Mounted Casket, Saint -Louis or Baccarat, French Louis X era, Circa 1830. The rectangular domed topped container having finely chiselled mounts with a ribbon bow catch to the front and foliate rims. 5¼'' (13.5 cm) high, 5'' (13 cm) wide, 3½'' (9 cm) deep.
Sold For: £800
A Silver Mounted Crystal Claret Jug with hobnail cut globular body, Birmingham hallmarks for 1902 and Barker Brothers makers' mark. A cut glass cocktail shaker with silver plated mounts, a small group of decorative etched and engraved port glasses, all on a round silver plated tray with embossed bellflower chain and beading to the border.
Sold For: £340
A Victorian Silver Teapot & Sucriere hallmarked London 1881 with Samuel Smith's maker's punch of oval semi-reeded form, and an unmarked milk jug of similar design. And a pair of Silver Serving Spoons by Mappin & Webb hallmarked London 1905 with round decoratively engraved bowls, fitted in original green velvet lined case; the satin lid lining marked 2 Queen Victoria St London E.C. Mappin & Webb Gem Merchants.
Sold For: £200
A Victorian Silver Four Part Tea Set by Hawkesworth, Eyre & Co (Charles Hawksworth & John Eyre) hallmarked Sheffield 1846. Comprising of a globular teapot and tapered cylindrical hot water pot with hinged lids surmounted by a floral knop finials, and a milk jug & sugar basin. The sides engraved with foliate scrolling cartouches. Approx 2020 g.
Sold For: £700
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