Silver

Woolley and Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd
Castle Street 51-61
SP1 3SU Salisbury Wiltshire
Großbritannien und Nordirland
[email protected] · +44 (0)1722 424500 · +44 (0)1722 424508

Datum der Auktion: 31.01.2007

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Two catalogues

Two catalogues, on the works of Omar Ramsden, from the Campbell collection, 1992 and from the City Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham 1973. (2

Los #: 5

Schätzpreis: 40 £ - 60 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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Hawkins

Hawkins, JB : 19th century Australian Silver, 2 volumes, with dust wrappers; together with Hermarick, C: The Art of the European Silver, 1430-1830 with dust wrappers and cardboard covers

Los #: 15

Schätzpreis: 60 £ - 80 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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Miscellaneous titles including: four pamphlets on Irish Silver

Miscellaneous titles including: four pamphlets on Irish Silver, assorted foreign heraldry titles, assorted European silver titles, five spoon related titles, church plate, etc. (lot

Los #: 32

Schätzpreis: 100 £ - 150 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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Miscellaneous titles including: two Channel Isles related titles

Miscellaneous titles including: two Channel Isles related titles, four Chester related titles, Eton School lists 1853-1892, and the following non-silver related; various Punch magaziners bound in five volumes, The Adventures of Robins Crusoe, 4th edition, 1853, The Baganda at Home, Lempriere's

Los #: 36

Schätzpreis: 40 £ - 60 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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Nine assorted 18th century tablespoons

Nine assorted 18th century tablespoons, with a twist stem and engraved, initialled 'WP', Sheffield 1802, 5.75in (14.5cm) long.(9

Los #: 44

Schätzpreis: 150 £ - 200 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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Two sugar/preserve spoons: a fiddle example

Two sugar/preserve spoons: a fiddle example, crested, by Jonathan Hayne, London 1829 and a Victorian pattern example initialled, by S. Hayne & D. Cater, London 1842, 2.25oz. (2

Los #: 48

Schätzpreis: 80 £ - 100 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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York: a set of six George III Old English pattern tableforks

York: a set of six George III Old English pattern tableforks, by Prince, & Cattles York 1805, 10oz. (6

Los #: 51

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 250 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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Two Victorian pattern caddy spoons: one with a 'scoop' bowl London 1836...

Two Victorian pattern caddy spoons: one with a 'scoop' bowl London 1836; the other with a kidney shaped bowl, initialled, London 1837 (both by S. Hayne & D. Cater). (2

Los #: 90

Schätzpreis: 140 £ - 160 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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Two modern commemorative caddy spoons

Two modern commemorative caddy spoons, with the Prince of Wales's feathers terminal, by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1981 and a Victorian silvergilt sealtop caddy spoon, crested, by George Adams, London 1867. (3

Los #: 92

Schätzpreis: 120 £ - 150 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A George III 'dustpan' caddy spoon

A George III 'dustpan' caddy spoon, with pricked borders and a leaf motif in the bowl, by Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham 1805

Los #: 104

Schätzpreis: 150 £ - 200 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A George III fiddle caddy spoon

A George III fiddle caddy spoon, with an engraved bowl, centred by a flower, initialled, maker's mark "?.W", London 1811

Los #: 106

Schätzpreis: 60 £ - 80 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A Charles I ascribed West County seal top spoon

A Charles I ascribed West County seal top spoon, pricked "M.F" on the terminal and "1630" on the back of the bowl, maker's mark only in bowl, by John Greene, Salisbury c.1630, 7.2in (18.2cm) long, 2oz

Los #: 112

Schätzpreis: 1.000 £ - 1.200 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A Charles I West Country seal top spoon

A Charles I West Country seal top spoon, with traces of gilding and the pricked stem inscription "My child if thou beginning? gave thee that say this, the passon? wyn the fortunat?", the back of the bowl pricked "MC" over "1630, crowned 'x' mark in the bowl, Exeter c.1630, 7.1in (18cm) long, 1.4oz

Los #: 114

Schätzpreis: 1.200 £ - 1.300 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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An Edwardian cased pair of seal top spoons

An Edwardian cased pair of seal top spoons, with gilt bowls, by Messrs Hutton & Son, London 1909

Los #: 129

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 250 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A George III caddy spoon

A George III caddy spoon, with a bifurcated axe shaped stem, and reeded border, with a deep heart-shaped bowl, by Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham 1808

Los #: 130

Schätzpreis: 100 £ - 150 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A pair of early 18th century Dutch 'ember tong' sugar nips

A pair of early 18th century Dutch 'ember tong' sugar nips, with turned and faceted decoration and a ring finial, initialled maker's mark and later duty marks only, 1700-1730, 4.5in (11.5cm) long, 0.5oz

Los #: 136

Schätzpreis: 150 £ - 200 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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Two pewter spoons (IAIF). (2)

Two pewter spoons (IAIF). (2

Los #: 139

Schätzpreis: 100 £ - 120 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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Mixed flatware: a George III fiddle soup ladle 1819

Mixed flatware: a George III fiddle soup ladle 1819, a pair of fiddle sauce ladles, initialled, 1818, a tablespoon and two plated sifter ladles, 12oz weighable silver. (6

Los #: 189

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 250 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A modern arts and crafts

A modern arts and crafts, caddy spoon with a hammered finish and a 'noticed' hexagonal stem, by an unascribed maker, Birmingham 1917

Los #: 231

Schätzpreis: 30 £ - 40 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A Victorian floral caddy spoon

A Victorian floral caddy spoon, the tendril stem with an applied leaf and two small florets, petalled bowl, by Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham c.1850 (no date letter

Los #: 232

Schätzpreis: 220 £ - 250 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A George III caddy spoon

A George III caddy spoon, with a heart-shaped bowl and a bifurcated, thread pattern stem, initialled "JEM", by Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1790

Los #: 234

Schätzpreis: 130 £ - 140 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A George I mote spoon

A George I mote spoon, with a wire stem and a rattail bowl, pierced with scrolls, maker's mark only (distorted) c.1725, 6in (15cm

Los #: 239

Schätzpreis: 180 £ - 200 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A Victorian stag hunt pattern tablespoons and fork

A Victorian stag hunt pattern tablespoons and fork, by Wakeley & Wheder, London 1893, 7.5oz. (2

Los #: 246

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 250 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A Victorian fiddle pattern medicine spoon

A Victorian fiddle pattern medicine spoon, double-ended, by J. Mckay, Edinburgh 1844, 7.75in (19.8cm) long, 1.6oz

Los #: 253

Schätzpreis: 250 £ - 300 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A Victorian silver gilt sifter spoon

A Victorian silver gilt sifter spoon, fiddle and thread pattern, crested by Elizabeth Eaton, London 1850, 6.25in (16cm) long, 1.9oz

Los #: 254

Schätzpreis: 100 £ - 150 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A Charles I unascribed maidenhead spoon

A Charles I unascribed maidenhead spoon, indistinctly pricked initials on the back of the bowl, struck once in the bowl and three or four times on the back of the stem with a bird mark *, c.1640, 1oz. * See Jacksons Revised pp521 (5th item down

Los #: 272

Schätzpreis: 1.200 £ - 1.400 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A late Charles II laceback trefid spoon

A late Charles II laceback trefid spoon, with a 'mask' in relief on the front of the terminal, by Edward Hubbald or Harrison, London 1683, 7.5in (19cm) long, 1.35oz

Los #: 275

Schätzpreis: 1.200 £ - 1.400 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A 19th century brass bound

A 19th century brass bound, mahogany campaign box containing two porcelain beakers, two mounted glass bottles, a glass bottle and stopper, a funnel, two items of flatware, and a sauce, continental early 19th century, the box 10in (25.5cm) long

Los #: 279

Schätzpreis: 100 £ - 150 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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A mixed lot: A bon bon dish

A mixed lot: A bon bon dish, a small two handled sugar bowl and a goblet, (3

Los #: 291

Schätzpreis: 60 £ - 100 £

Datum: 31.01.2007

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Plated candlesticks: a pair of Old Sheffield "Mortons Patent"

Plated candlesticks: a pair of Old Sheffield "Mortons Patent", telescopic examples (two drawer) c.1800, a pair of Old Sheffield Neo Classical examples with square bases reeded columns and ram's masks, (no nozzles) c.1790, a smaller, old sheffield pair with gadroon and foliate borders, c.1820, a pair

Los #: 302

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 31.01.2007