Sale: LMAR19

Mar 12 2019 10:00 - Lewes North Street

Gorringe's Spring Sale

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Lot 650

Two sets of four 19th century Sheffield plate wine coasters, diameter 13.3cm.

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £300

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Lot 651

A 19th century Sheffield plate four branch, five light candelabrum, 68cm.

Estimate: £250  - 350

Sold for £240

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Lot 652

A pair of 19th century Sheffield plate two handled soufflé dishes with liners, 24.2cm.

Estimate: £150  - 250

Sold for £360

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Lot 653

A pair of 19th century Sheffield plate two handled wine coolers, height 26cm.

Estimate: £400  - 600

Sold for £850

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Lot 654

A set of six 19th century Sheffield plate vegetable dishes, 29cm.

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £190

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Lot 655

A pair of French Louis XV silver plated candlesticks, 28.5 cm.

Estimate: £200  - 300

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Lot 656

A William IV silver three piece tea set by Joseph & John Angell, gross 41.5 oz.

Estimate: £600  - 800

Sold for £700

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Lot 657

A pair of George III Irish silver two handled rectangular vegetable tureens and covers by James Le Bas, 63.5 oz.

Estimate: £1500  - 2000

Sold for £2,600

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Lot 658

An early George III silver coffee pot by John Payne?, gross 29 oz.

Estimate: £500  - 700

Sold for £800

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Lot 659

A George III Irish silver pedestal hot water/coffee pot by Matthew West, gross 25 oz.

Estimate: £800  - 1200

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Lot 660

A pair of George III silver pedestal sauceboats by William Skeen, 29.5 oz.

Estimate: £1000  - 1500

Sold for £1,500

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Lot 661

A modern silver George III style Argyle by Rodney C. Pettit, gross 24 oz.

Estimate: £400  - 600

Sold for £380

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Lot 662

A George I silver sugar caster by Thomas Bamford, 13 oz.

Estimate: £600  - 800

Sold for £750

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Lot 663

A late Victorian demi-fluted silver two handled pedestal presentation cup and cover, by John Newton Mappin, 47.4 oz.

Estimate: £300  - 350

Sold for £560

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Lot 664

A George IV silver two handled presentation pedestal trophy cup and cover by Benjamin Smith III, 72.5 oz.

Estimate: £2000  - 3000

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Lot 665

A George III pierced silver oval epergne basket, by Vere & Lutwyche, engraved with the Heneage family crest, 32.5 oz.

Estimate: £1200  - 1600

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Lot 666

A George III silver presentation pedestal trophy cup by J.W. Story & W. Elliot, 32.5 oz.

Estimate: £700  - 1000

Sold for £700

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Lot 667

A George III silver two handled tea urn and cover by Andrew Fogelberg & Stephen Gilbert, gross 106.5 oz.

Estimate: £800  - 1200

Sold for £1,600

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Lot 668

A Charles II silver porringer, 4.5 oz.

Estimate: £700  - 1000

Sold for £600

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Lot 669

A George V silver gilt Monteith, by Daniel & John Welby, 65.5 oz.

Estimate: £1500  - 2500

Sold for £2,000

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Lot 670

A good George IV silver two handled presentation cup and cover, by Samuel Hennell?,

Estimate: £2500  - 3500

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Lot 671

A pair of Edwardian silver gilt oval pedestal dessert baskets, by Herbert Charles Lambert, 56.5 oz.

Estimate: £1600  - 2000

Sold for £1,900

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Lot 672

An Edwardian silver gilt dessert basket and stand by William Comyns, 69.5 oz.

Estimate: £1200  - 1500

Sold for £2,000

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Lot 673

A handsome George III silver gilt two handled presentation pedestal trophy cup and cover by William Elliot, 93.5 oz.

Estimate: £3000  - 4000

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Lot 674

A George III silver tea urn on stand with burner, by John Wakelin & Robert Garrard, engraved with the Heneage family Arms,

Estimate: £2000  - 3000

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