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Decorative Arts From 1860

Fine Art & Antiques

Tuesday 25th March 2003, 12:00 am

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Oil Paintings 415 - 433
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Silver
244 Late Victorian two-handled Sugar Bowl and matching Milk Jug, each with 'C' scrolled handles, embossed with shells and scrolls and with a cartouche on hoof feet, Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd., London 1897, 560grms. £100-150 £210
245 Pair of Victorian Sugar Tongs, George Maudesley Jackson, London 1877. £44105-44105 £25
246 Pair of Victorian chased rectangular Napkin Rings, Martin Hall & Co., London 1890 and two other Napkin Rings,(100grms). (4). £44105-44105 £88
247 George V pedestal Sweetmeat Bowl, with reeded wavy rim, lobed dish, hexagonal and circular base, maker M. B., Birmingham 1922, 250grms. £50-80 £80
248 Circular Ashtray with rope twist border, inscribed and dated 1916, Henry Wilkinson & Co., London 1915, 125grms and a overlaid silver and glass Stand, Birmingham 1928, (2). £44105-44105 £50
249 White metal Brandy Ladle, inset Queen Anne coin, dated 1707 and with turned wooden handle. £30-50 £60
250 Set of three Decanter Labels, "Brandy", "Port" and "Whisky", Birmingham 1983 and another, "Gin", London 1992, (4). £30-50  
251 Late Victorian Fiddle pattern Basting Spoon, George Maudsley Jackson, London 1886, 130grms. £60-80 £100
252 Pair of Georgian design Taper Sticks, each with removable sconces, cast with a fluted column and on a shaped base cast with shells, maker J.B.Chatterley & Sons, Birmingham 1961, 465grms. £200-300 £180
253 George III style three-piece Tea Service, comprising oval teapot with hinged rising lid, turned wood handle, chased with bands of flowers, separated by an oval cartouche, helmet-shaped milk jug on a square a base and navette sugar with swing handle and with gilt interior, maker C.J.V. Ltd., London 1969, 950grms, gross. £300-400 £280
254 Pair of George III style table twin-branch Candelabra, each with shaped sconces, circular drip trays, baluster column support and circular base, maker J.B. Chatterley & Sons, Birmingham 1993, weighted. £200-300 £230
255 Queen Anne style oval Strawberry Dish, with shaped rim, maker R.H., Birmingham 1973, 345grms. £100-150  
256 Christening Mug of tapered form, with 'C' scroll handle, on circular base, maker A.H.J., Birmingham 1946, 110grms. £40-60 £45
257 Victorian Crumb Scoop of rectangular formwith three-quarter gallery, chased with leaves and flowers, maker H.H., London 1887, with carved ivory handle and in original velvet lined fitted leather case. £80-120  
258 Set of twelve William IV Kings pattern Table Forks and matched Dessert Forks, all with engraved initial, William Eaton, London 1831/2, approx. 2,000grms. £400-600 £700
259 Vesta Case of plain form, inscribed and dated 1922, Birmingham 1922. £44105-44105 £12
260 Pair of Napkin rings of waisted form and another engine turned, 55gms. £44105-44105 £28
261 George III Sugar Caster with pierced double gourd shaped cover, baluster body and on reeded circular base, maker's mark worn, London 1800, 95grms. £200-250 £200
262 George III pedestal Cream Jug, with scrolled handle, engraved initials and on a reeded circular base, maker's mark worn, London 1781, 80grms. £200-250 £210
263 George III oval Mustard, shaped fan piece, reeded scrolled handle, Henry Chawner, London 1787, 100grms, (fitted blue glass liner). £170-220 £230
264 George III oval Teapot Stand, chased with a cartouche within a rope-twist border and on four scrolled feet, maker's mark worn, London 1798, 115grms. £200-250 £200
265 George II Old English pattern Basting Spoon, with engraved crest, maker's mark, TE.GS , London 1770, 110grms. £160-200 £180
266 George II Cauldron Brandy Pan, with shaped lip and turned and ebonised baluster handle, maker's mark worn, London 1773, 65grms gross. £280-320  
267 Pair of late 18th Century Sugar Nips, with shell bowls and ringed handles, engraved with initials N.M., date marks worn, 35grms. £50-80 £70
268 George III baluster Pint Tankard, with 'C' scrolled handle, applied with acanthus leaves, on a stepped circular base, maker possibly, I. Bell, London 1760, 450grms. £400-450 £440
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View All Sections 1 - 568
Ceramics & Glass 1 - 90
Objet d'art & Metalware 100 - 133
Jewellery 140 - 206
Silver 210 - 287
Silver Plate 290 - 325
Prints & Engravings 335 - 359
 
Watercolours 365 - 413
Oil Paintings 415 - 433
Outdoor Effects 435 - 437
Carpets & Rugs 440 - 452
Clocks & Barometers 455 - 466
Furniture 470 - 568

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