The Scottish Sale

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Datum der Auktion: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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An unusual George II "bullet" Teapot,

by James Ker, Edinburgh 1737, assay master of Archibald Ure, the spherical body engraved with monogram JR and chased around the shoulder and lid with shells, fruit and scrolls, with leaf-capped silver handle and scrolling spout, the lid with ball finial, 11.4cm high, 21.6oz

Los #: 1

Schätzpreis: 1.500 £ - 2.000 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A George II Cream Boat,

by Lothian & Robertson, assay master of Hugh Gordon, Edinburgh 1756, of inverted pear shape, with everted scalloped rim, acanthus capped scroll handle, engraved monogram and initials, 17.5cm long, weight 7.6oz

Los #: 2

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A George II Chalice,

by William Aytoun, Edinburgh 1730, of conventional form, on stepped domed foot, with mid-rib, the plain body with slightly everted rim, engraved to the upper body 'Deo Dicavit Dorothea Sandford Domina De Ferny', repaired, 16cm high, 9cm diameter, weight 7.3oz

Los #: 3

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A George III Sauceboat,

by Daniel Kerr, Edinburgh 1766, of boat shape on three hoof feet with scroll handle and scalloped rim, weight 4.7oz

Los #: 4

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A pair of George II Salts,

by Robert Gordon, assay master of Hugh Gordon, Edinburgh, 1757, of cauldron form on three hoof feet, with gadrooned rims, blue glass liners, 5.5cm diameter, weight 4.6oz

Los #: 5

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A three piece Tea Service, with associated hot water pot,

by A.W, Edinburgh 1836/37, each of circular form on domed foot, with engraved initial 'N' within scroll cartouche, acanthus-capped scroll handles and ivy rims, the hot water pot with garlands and flowerheads to the body, weight 61oz

Los #: 6

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A William IV three piece Tea Sevice,

by Leonard Urquhart, Edinburgh 1833, each on circular foliate foot, the upper body embossed with scrolls and flowerheads, acanthus-capped handles,the teapot with flower finial, weight 47.3oz

Los #: 7

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A George III four piece Tea Service,

by John Zeigler, Edinburgh 1806, comprising teapot, teapot stand, cream jug and sugar bowl, of oblong form with angular handles, engraved with bands of bright-cut foliage, weight 40.9oz

Los #: 8

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A George III Teapot,

by James Mackay, Edinburgh 1817, on circular domed foot with rope-twist border, the body part gadrooned and with shell and foliate rim, engraved with initials, acanthus-capped scroll handle and knop finial, weight 25.2oz

Los #: 9

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A George III Cream Jug,

by John Mackay, Edinburgh 1818, of circular part-gadrooned form, on stepped base, with acanthus-capped scroll handle, 10.5cm high, weight 7.9oz

Los #: 10

Schätzpreis: 250 £ - 350 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A Victorian Cream Jug,

by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1873, of part gadrooned baluster form on three claw and ball feet, with a central band of scrolling foliage, the interior gilt, 8.5cm high, weight 5.1oz

Los #: 11

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A George III silver mounted Teapot Stand,

makers mark unclear possibly Patrick Cunningham & Son, Edinburgh 1807, of rounded rectangular form on wooden base, with a central foliate cartouche and bright-cut bands of trellis-work and scrolls, 15.5cm long x 11cm wide

Los #: 12

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A late Victorian Salver,

by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1894, of shaped circular form on three scroll feet, with raised scroll and flowerhead border, the centre chased with scrolls and foliage, 26cm diameter, weight 16.4oz

Los #: 13

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A late Victorian Salver,

by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1894, of shaped circular form, on three scroll feet, with raised scroll and garland border, the centre chased with scrolls, flowerheads and foliage, 29.5cm diameter, weight 21.9oz

Los #: 14

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A George II silver Salver,

by Hugh Gordon, Edinburgh 1747, of circular form on three hoof feet, chased with a border of scrolls, shells and flowerheads, with raised rim, 22cm diameter, weight 13oz

Los #: 15*

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A Victorian Quaich,

by P.Martin, Edinburgh 1875, of circular form, embossed with birds amidst foliage, with single pierced fox-head handle, crested, 6.5cm diameter, 8.5cm including handle, weight 1.7oz

Los #: 16

Schätzpreis: 500 £ - 700 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A pair of Traprain facsimile Salts,

by Brook & Son, Edinburgh 1930, the bases stamped 'Traprain Treasure 1919, authorised Reproduction, Brook & Son, 87 George Street Edinburgh,' each of triangular form with beaded borders, 5cm high, weight 9.6oz

Los #: 17

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A pair of Traprain facsimile Salts,

by Brook & Son, Edinburgh, 1929 and 1932, the bases stamped 'Traprain Treasure 1919, authorised reproduction, Brook & Son, Edinburgh, 87 George Street, Edinburgh', of triangular form with beaded borders, 5cm high, weight 9.8oz

Los #: 18

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A Traprain facsimile silver spoon,

by Brook and Son, Edinburgh 1926, the oval bowl with engraved symbol to the front, fluted to the reverse, with narrow tapered handle, 21cm long

Los #: 19

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A pair of Traprain facsimile Salts,

by Brook & Son, Edinburgh 1921/23, the bases stamped 'Traprain Treasure 1919, Authorised Reproduction, Brook & Son, 87 George Street Edinburgh, each of triangular form with beaded borders, 5cm high, weight 10oz

Los #: 20

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A pair of Traprain facsimile Salts,

by Brook & Son, Edinburgh 1935, the bases stamped 'Traprain Treasure 1919, Authorised Reproduction, Brook & Son, 87 George Street Edinburgh,' each of triangular form with beaded borders, 5cm high, weight 10oz

Los #: 21

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A Traprain facsimile Cruet Set,

by Brook & Son, Edinburgh 1926, comprising two salts, two pepperettes and one mustard pot, each with beaded borders, weight 8.6oz

Los #: 22

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A George III twin-handled Cup,

by J&W.Howden, Edinburgh 1817, of stylised thistle shape on reeded circular foot, crested and with presentation inscription, the angular handles with acanthus terminals, 22.5cm high, weight 22.1oz

Los #: 23

Schätzpreis: 600 £ - 800 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A George III silver Cup,

by George Fenwick, Edinburgh 1816, circular reeded foot to fluted and ribbed stem, the body part gadrooned and with presentation inscription, 20cm high, weight 12.6oz

Los #: 24

Schätzpreis: 150 £ - 250 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A Victorian silver Flagon,

by CR&S, Edinburgh 1861, on stepped domed foot, to tapering body with scroll handle, domed cover with reeded scroll thumb-piece, 22.5cm high, weight 19.2oz

Los #: 25

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A set of four Trencher Salts,

by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1904, in the late 17th Century style, each of squat circular form and with heavy gadrooned borders, 7.7cm diameter, weight 13.25oz

Los #: 26

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 400 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A pair of George IV silver Salts,

by John McKay, Edinburgh 1824, of circular form on four shell feet, engraved with the crest of Balfour, with gadrooned rims, 5.5cm high, 7.5cm diameter, weight 11.9oz

Los #: 27

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A pair of Victorian Cruets,

by R&H.B.Kirkwood, Edinburgh 1890, in the form of kitchen peppers, each of cylindrical form with reeded borders, loop handles and pierced raised central section to the pull-off cover, 5cm high overall, weight 3.5oz (2

Los #: 28

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A pair of Sugar Tongs,

by William Robertson, Edinburgh circa 1790, of plain form with later engraved betrothal initials, 16.5cm long

Los #: 29

Schätzpreis: 70 £ - 100 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A set of three silver Wine Labels,

by AGW, Edinburgh, each of rectangular form, engraved 'whisky', 'brandy' and 'rum' 3.8cm long, (3

Los #: 30

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A set of six George III Edinburgh Teaspoons,

makers mark of J.D, Edinburgh 1837, of King's pattern, with engraved initial B, weight 3.6oz (6

Los #: 31

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A matched set of twelve Teaspoons,

by George Bell, Edinburgh 1835/1840, of fiddle pattern, later engraved with intial J, weight 7oz (12

Los #: 32

Schätzpreis: 150 £ - 200 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A good George V silver pedestal Bowl,

by Brook & Son, Edinburgh 1934, the shallow circular bowl on plain foot, with twin reeded handles supported by husk garlands, with stylised foliate border, 16.5cm high, 34.5cm diameter, weight 58.3oz

Los #: 33

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A George III Dish Cross,

by William & Patrick Cunningham, Edinburgh 1776, of conventional form, the shell and trellis slides on four pierced shell feet, the centre pierced with a flowerhead and scalloped surround, 38cm long, weight 17.7oz

Los #: 34

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A William IV two-handled Bowl,

by Alexander Edmonston, Edinburgh 1830, of hemi-spherical form on four double scroll supports ending in pad feet, with twin scroll handles and reeded rim, the interior gilt, 9cm high, 14cm diameter, weight 10.2oz

Los #: 35

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A matched set of five Toddy Ladles,

three by John Mackay, Edinburgh 1843 and two by William Marshall, 1851, of Kings pattern, engraved with the crest of a stag, together with two teaspoons, weight 6oz, (7

Los #: 36

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A pair of Toddy Ladles,

makers mark of JS, Edinburgh 1806, of fiddle pattern, engraved initial V, and another, Edinburgh circa 1800, weight 2.3oz (3

Los #: 37

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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Two Toddy Ladles,

one with makers mark of HS (incuse), Edinburgh 1807, the other by J.L, Edinburgh 1826, both of fiddle pattern, weight 1.8oz (2

Los #: 38

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A set of six Toddy Ladles,

by Alexander Edmonstone, Edinburgh 1824, of Kings pattern with engraved initial 'M', weight 6.7oz (6

Los #: 39

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A fine silver hardstone set Casket,

the body marked M&C, the underside of the base applied with a small plaque marked Mackay & Chisholm, of rectangular form on four ball feet, overall engraved with scrolling foliage, three of the sides set with various hardstones, the hinged cover with central raised claw-set quartz, and with agate

Los #: 40

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A composite Canteen of flatware,

the majority by Marshall & Sons, Edinburgh 1835-41, the dessert forks London 1846, of single-struck King's pattern, with engraved initials, to include six tablespoons, six table forks, six dessert spoons, six dessert forks and four toddy ladles, weight 46.7oz (28

Los #: 41

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A matched William IV and Victorian Canteen of silver flatware,

by John Mckay, Edinburgh 1816-1843, of fiddle pattern, comprising twenty-one table forks, twelve tablespoons, sixteen dessert forks, twenty-three dessert spoons, eight teaspoons, also ten dinner knives, of thread and shell pattern, the blades stamped 'Mackay & Co', eight further dinner knives, and

Los #: 42

Schätzpreis: 2.000 £ - 3.000 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A silver Dessert Service,

the blades and tines by Marshall & Sons, Edinburgh 1840, the handles Victorian, a twelve place setting, of acanthus and shell pattern, in two-tray fitted mahogany case (12

Los #: 43

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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An interesting silver Box,

the inside of the base stamped IC, Edinburgh 1823, of cylindrical form, embossed with two Highlanders before a castle and cottage, the hinged cover with SPQR for Senatus Publicus Que Romanus, and the symbol for Roman authority, the underside of the base engraved 'Pontio Pilato Dono Dedit, Simon

Los #: 44

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A Victorian silver and enamelled Cigar Case,

makers mark of JB, Edinburgh 1880, the plain oblong body enamelled with the motto and crest of Mackenzie to one side and monogram to the other, 13cm x 9cm

Los #: 45

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A set of six George III Tablespoons,

by William Auld, Edinburgh 1802, of Old English pattern, engraved with foliate initial M, weight 12oz, (6

Los #: 46

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A collection of Tablespoons,

to include an example by Robert Gordon, assay master of Hugh Gordon, Edinburgh 1758, Hanoverian pattern, engraved with the crest of a crown above intial K, four by Brook & Son, Edinburgh 1932, a further tablespoon and a dessert spoon, weight 15oz, (7

Los #: 47

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A set of five Hanovarian Tablespoons,

by Robert Low, assay master of Hugh Gordon, Edinburgh 1748/1757, with engraved foliate initial, weight 11.7oz (5

Los #: 48

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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Four George III Tablespoons,

makers mark of IT FH, Edinburgh 1781, the handles chased with scrolls and foliage, the gilt bowls with flowerheads, weight 8oz, (4

Los #: 49

Schätzpreis: 0 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005

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A George IV Crumb Scoop,

by William and Patrick Cunningham, Edinburgh 1823, the crecent-shaped blade with an applied reinforcing rib, engraved with the crest and coronet of Gordon, Earl of Aberdeen (created 1682) with baluster turned ebony handle, 27.5cm long

Los #: 50

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 24.08.2005 - 25.08.2005