Fine Art with Period Oak and Treen Auction, October 2019

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Lot 1

Sold For

£100.00

Description

George IV silver tankard, Sheffield 1938, maker Mappin & Webb the body with golf related engraving dated 1938, 11.2oz


Lot 2

Sold For

£50.00

Description

George III low mark silver tablespoon, London possibly 1764, maker Thomas & William Chawner, with shell pattern bowl and monogrammed handle, George III silver dessert spoon, London 1786, maker George Greenhill Jones, with leaf form bowl and scroll decorated monogrammed handle, two other George III silver dessert spoons, 4.6oz (4)


Lot 3

Sold For

£70.00

Description

George VI silver tankard, London 1937, maker Josiah Williams & Co, the bulbous body with acanthus leaf capped double scroll handle, on a stepped foot, 10.5cm high, 4.7oz


Lot 4

Sold For

£55.00

Description

George III miniature silver pepperette, Birmingham 1801, maker Thomas Willmore, with domed removable cap enclosing a pierced gilt domed top, 2.5cm high, 0.2oz


Lot 5

Sold For

£35.00

Description

George III silver snuff box, London 1801, maker WV, the body with banded decoration, gilt interior, 7cm wide, 2.1oz


Lot 6

Sold For

£55.00

Description

Silver whistle in the form of a Dog head


Lot 7

Sold For

£35.00

Description

Italian silver and tortoiseshell pill box, of octagonal form with harebell cast rim, stamped MADE IN ITALY 800 to the inner lip, 4cm wide


Lot 8

Sold For

£40.00

Description

George III silver tablespoon, London 1774, maker IW, the reverse of the handle initialled G.I.A. George III silver tablespoon, London marks rubbed, the handle initialled K, 3oz


Lot 9

Sold For

£30.00

Description

Georgian silver toddy ladle, the bowl inset with a coin and engraved "JB to GB", with twisted baleen handle, 34cm long


Lot 10

Sold For

£460.00

Description

George III silver tea caddy, London 1782, maker William Vincent, of oval form, the urn shaped finial above a swag decorated lid , the body with central urn and swag cartouche initialled JLM, 11cm high, 9.7oz