A set of three George III silver wine labels by George & John Cowie, 54mm.
Estimate: £200 - 300
A George V 9ct gold and nephrite mounted photograph frame by Percy Edwards Ltd, height 17.3cm.
Estimate: £1000 - 1500
Sold for £1,300
A George III cast silver taperstick by Ebenezer Coker, 5 oz.
Estimate: £300 - 500
Sold for £300
A Victorian large silver presentation tyg by Holland, Son & Slater, with horse racing related inscription, 32 oz.
Estimate: £500 - 700
A George V silver two handled porringer and cover/stand, by Horace Woodward & Co Ltd, 8.5 oz.
Estimate: £120 - 150
An Edwardian silver mounted leather belt by Army & Navy Cooperative Society Ltd, overall 73cm.
Estimate: £250 - 300
A set of twelve Tiffany & Co sterling silver napkin rings, 11.3 oz.
Estimate: £400 - 600
Sold for £600
A cased Victorian repousse silver seven piece condiment set by James Deakin & Sons Ltd,
A set of three 1960s novelty silver three piece condiment set, each modelled as a free standing owl, by William Comyns & Sons,
Sold for £500
A late Victorian novelty silver and enamel vesta case, 48mm.
Estimate: £300 - 400
Sold for £380
A pair of modern silver tumbler cups, William Comyns & Sons Ltd, 9 oz.
A matched set of four (two pairs) George III silver two handled circular pedestal salts,
A set of eighteen George IV Irish silver Old English pattern dessert forks by Joshua Buckton, 20 oz.
A George III silver circular waiter, Elizabeth Jones, 8.5 oz.
Sold for £190
A George III pierced silver sugar basket with blue glass liner, 6cm.
Sold for £280
A Victorian engraved silver snuff box by Nathaniel Mills, of shaped rectangular form, gilt interior, Birmingham 1845, 9cm.
Estimate: £250 - 350
A Victorian engraved silver table snuff box by Nathaniel Mills, of shaped rectangular form, Birmingham 1851, 8.5cm.
Sold for £220
A George I Britannia standard silver pepper of square baluster form with engraved decoration, Edward Wood, 89mm.
Estimate: £150 - 250
Sold for £240
An Edwardian novelty silver pepperette in the form of a motorist, Saunders & Shepherd, 85mm.
A pair of rare Clan Mackintosh silver Sherry and Port labels, each cast with rampant cats and motto, Edward Thomason,
Sold for £550
A rare Edwardian novelty silver pin cushion modelled as a vintage car, with rotating wheels, by Levi and Salaman, 54mm.
Sold for £420
An Edwardian novelty silver billy goat and cart pin cushion, with mother of pearl cart on two 12cm.
Sold for £400
An Edwardian novelty silver roller skate pin cushion on rotating wheels, by Crisford and Norris, Birmingham 7cm.
Estimate: £100 - 150
Sold for £120
An Edwardian golf interest art nouveau cigarette case decorated with a golfer, Henry Matthews, Chester 1906, 82mm.
Sold for £110
A 1940s golf interest silver toastrack surmounted by a golfer on golf ball feet by W.T. Wiseman, Birmingham toastrack 10cm.
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