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Asian Art (10)
Books, Maps, and Manuscripts (7)
Ceramics and Glass (25)
Clocks and Barometers (16)
Decorative Arts from 1860 (10)
Furniture and Furnishings (30)
Jewellery and Gold (25)
Objects and Works of Art (12)
Outdoor Effects (3)
Pocket and Wrist Watches (10)
Scientific Instruments, Mechanical Music, & Tools (2)
Silver and Silver Plate (159)
Lot 52 - Continental hexagonal bowl, maker's mark RH, probably Belgium, 19th century.
Sold for £400
Lot 53 - White metal dessert basket, unmarked, probably Eastern European, circa 1840.
Sold for £75
Lot 54 - White metal cauldron-shape bowl with swing handle.
Sold for £440
Lot 55 - European cylinder-shape spice box, circa 1800.
Sold for £320
Lot 56 - Continental white metal snuff box, maker's mark only Unicorn over EH, 18th century.
Sold for £210
Lot 58 - Russian silver circular box, maker's mark GL, Moscow ,1722.
Lot 59 - Russian silver beaker, possibly Anders Zaitsev, Moscow, 1746.
Lot 60 - Russian silver beaker, possibly Timofye Siluyarnov, Moscow, circa 1800.
Sold for £200
Lot 61 - Russian silver beaker, maker's mark B.A, with another indistinct mark, Moscow, circa 1760.
Sold for £260
Lot 62 - Russian silver gilt beaker, Alderman Fyodor Petrov, Moscow, circa 1780.
Sold for £380
Lot 63 - Russian silver gilt lidded tankard, maker's marks SV and Cyrillic MC, Moscow, 18th Century.
Sold for £2,100
Lot 64 - White metal pedestal jar and cover, possibly Persian, probably 19th century.
Sold for £90
Lot 65 - Tibetan turned wood bowl, with white metal lining and foot-rim.
Sold for £20
Lot 66 - Pair of Chinese silver tea saucers, Wang Chung of Hong Kong, 1880-1900.
Sold for £85
Lot 67 - Turned hardstone beaker, with a white metal rim, probably 18th century.
Lot 68 - George II Irish silver salver, John Gumley, Dublin, circa 1730.
Sold for £240
Lot 69 - George III Irish silver dinner plate, John Culderwood, Dublin, circa 1760.
Sold for £750
Lot 70 - George III Irish silver dinner plate, John Culderwood, Dublin, circa 1760.
Sold for £850
Lot 71 - George III silver dinner plate, John Parker & Edward Wakelin, London, 1774.
Sold for £340
Lot 72 - George III silver salver, William & Robert Peaston, London, 1774.
Lot 73 - George I Britannia Standard spoon tray, maker's mark rubbed, London, 1718.
Sold for £600
Lot 75 - George II silver water pot, Benjamin Gignac, London, circa 1750.
Lot 76 - George III silver helmet-shape cream jug, maker's mark M?, London, 1764.
Sold for £55
Lot 77 - George III silver helmet-shape cream jug, John Merry, London, 1789.
Sold for £130
Lot 78 - George II silver pap boat, George Hindmarsh, London, 1748.
Sold for £190
Lot 79 - George I silver caster, probably Samuel Welder, London, probably 1735.
Sold for £160
Lot 80 - Small George II silver baluster-shape caster, maker's mark T?, London, 1733.
Sold for £95
Lot 81 - George II silver dredger-shape caster, indistinct maker's mark, London, 1729.
Lot 82 - George III sliver beaker, Charles Wright, London, 1774.
Lot 84 - James II silver tankard, maker's mark three pelicans in a shield (?), London 1685, with replaced lid
Sold for £1,300
Lot 85 - George I Britannia Standard tankard, Humphrey Payne, London, circa 1716.
Lot 86 - Queen Anne Britannia Standard mug, Thomas Parr, London, 1704.
Sold for £550
Lot 87 - Queen Anne Britannia Standard tumbler cup, William Francis, London, circa 1710.
Lot 88 - George III silver meat skewer, John Langlands and John Robertson, Newcastle, 1790.
Lot 89 - George I Britannia Standard marrow scoop, Paul Hanet, London, 1722.
Sold for £220
Lot 90 - George III silver marrow scoop, Richard Richardson IV, Chester 1778; and five others.
Sold for £1,000
Lot 91 - George II silver taperstick, probably James Gould, London, 1734.
Sold for £500
Lot 92 - George II silver strainer, maker's mark unclear, London, probably 1742.
Lot 93 - George I Britannia Standard two-handle porringer, William Gamble, London 1718.
Sold for £700
Lot 94 - Queen Anne Britannia Standard two handle porringer, unclear marks, London, probably 1706.
Sold for £360
Lot 96 - Two handle silver porringer, maker's mark WR over goose, late 17th or early 18th century.
Lot 97 - Charles II silver two-handle small porringer, maker's mark RL or KL with pellet under, possibly 1661.
Sold for £760
Lot 98 - Pair of silver tumblers, Hennell, Frazer & Haws, London, 1970.
Sold for £230
Lot 99 - Pair of George II style silver sauceboats, Pearce & Sons, London, 1930.
Sold for £250
Lot 100 - George III silver baluster mug, Francis Crump, London, probably 1763.
Lot 101 - George II silver baluster mug, possibly Thomas Coffin, Exeter, 1765.
Sold for £460
Lot 102 - George II silver baluster mug, Thomas Teale, London, 1734.
Sold for £290
Lot 103 - George II silver mug, maker's mark rubbed, London, 1730.
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