Two Georgian silver fiddle pattern caddy spoons.
Estimate: £70 - 90
Sold for £45
A Georgian silver caddy spoon, Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham, 1810 and a later 1930s silver caddy spoon.
Estimate: £80 - 120
Sold for £40
An Edwardian silver purse by John Milward Banks, Chester, 1901, 73mm.
Estimate: £60 - 80
Sold for £80
Three assorted silver vesta cases.
Estimate: £40 - 60
Sold for £60
A group of small silver, including dwarf candlesticks and a spill vase.
Estimate: £100 - 150
Sold for £100
An engine turned silver mounted desk calendar with Gurkha crest.
Estimate: £50 - 80
Three William IV silver fiddle, thread and shell table spoons, four later fiddle pattern tablespoons & seven assorted teaspoons
Sold for £200
A harlequin set of twelve William IV silver fiddle, thread and shell dessert forks. 22.5 oz.
Estimate: £240 - 260
Sold for £240
A harlequin set of twelve William IV silver fiddle, thread and shell table forks, 38 oz.
Estimate: £300 - 350
Sold for £300
A harlequin set of ten William IV silver fiddle, thread and shell dessert spoons, 19.5 oz.
Estimate: £180 - 220
A George V silver christening mug and a silver gilt wafer dish.
Sold for £50
An Edwardian silver teapot and cream jug, gross 25 oz.
Estimate: £200 - 250
Two George V silver cigarette boxes and thee vases.
Estimate: £150 - 200
An Edwardian silver mounted horse hoof inkwell, length 14cm.
Sold for £140
Two George V silver tea caddies, 8 oz.
A French Cartier engine turned silver small beaker, 1.9 oz.
Estimate: £100 - 200
Sold for £110
Three silver christening mugs and a silver powder pot.
Estimate: £120 - 140
Sold for £130
An Edwardian demi fluted silver rose bowl, on ebonised socle, 15.5oz.
Two small silver presentation trophy cups, tallest 14.4cm.
Sold for £30
A set of six George III silver teaspoons, a George III silver punch ladle, two silver serviette rings and two other pieces (11)
Sold for £90
A George V silver shallow dish with pierced border, by Walker & Hall, 16 oz.
An 18ct century silver toddy ladle with baleen handle and bowl with inset coin, 31.7cm.
Sold for £85
A George VI silver teapot, William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield, 1942, gross 24.5 oz.
An 18ct century embossed silver toddy ladle with baleen handle and bowl with inset coin, 33cm.
Sold for £75
A George V silver capstan inkwell, Birmingham, 1915, 17.6cm.
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