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Three Day Fine Art and Antique Sale

Lots per page: 24
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A late 19th century E.P.N.S. wafer box, engraved and chased with stylised leaves, branch effect frame, 21.5cm wide, c.1870; an Elkington Plate four-section oyster dish, 34.5cm diam, c.1870 (2)


SOLD £160.00
An early George III Old Sheffield Plate baluster coffee pot, hinged domed cover with flower bud finial, chased with flowerheads and feathered C-scrolls, fruitwood double-scroll capped handle, moulded base, 24cm high, c.1765


SOLD £50.00
An early 20th century E.P.N.S novelty oil can, of motoring design, 20.5cm long, Mappin & Webb, c.1920


SOLD £140.00
An American Aesthetic Movement electro-plated five piece tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug, sucrier, sugar basin and muffin dish, each engraved with blossoming branches, the teapot 20cm high, shape no.1411, Hartford Silver Plate Co, c.1885


est £60.00 - £80.00 (unsold)
A Victorian silver plated breakfast dish on stand, domed hinged cover, two handles, slender cabriole legs, paw feet, 23cm high; a late 19th century neoclassical silver plated oval comport, cut glass liner, 30cm wide; an EPNS mounted octagonal clear glass claret jug, 28cm (3)


SOLD £45.00
A Victorian E.P.N.S two-handled rounded rectangular gallery tray, pierced border, the field engraved with strapwork and scrolling foliage, beaded bun feet, 65cm wide, Joseph Rodgers, Sheffield c.1880


SOLD £65.00
A Victorian E.P.N.S novelty figural cruet, as a milk maid with yoke, churns and pail, oval base, 14.5cm wide, Registration lozenge, c.1876


SOLD £180.00
A Victorian E.P.N.S mounted ovoid claret jug, hinged cover, wrigglework engraved collar, angular scroll handle, star-cut base, 23.5cm high, c.1890


SOLD £75.00
A Victorian E.P.B.M four piece tea and coffee service, comprising teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and sugar basin, bright-cut engraved with stiff leaves, ball feet, scroll capped handles, the coffee pot 24.5cm high, John Nodder & Sons, Sheffield, c.1880


SOLD £40.00
A Victorian E.P. on copper oval venison dish and dome, wrapped acanthus boss handle, gadrooned and leafy borders, cartouche shaped feet, 63cm wide, c.1850


SOLD £260.00
A silver plated campana shaped two handled wine cooler, applied fruiting vines rim, swags and masks to collar, stiff acanthus leaves, pedestal base, 35cm high


SOLD £50.00
A pair of George IV old Sheffield plate shaped circular chambersticks, campana sconces, fruiting vine borders, conical snuffers, 16.5cm diam, c.1825


SOLD £65.00
A pair of E.P.N.S wine bottle holders, wrigglework engraved with scrolls and strapwork, 17.5cm long, c.1880


SOLD £45.00
Shooting - an early 20th century E.P.N.S rounded rectangular butt marker, hinged cover enclosing eight numbered pegs, 6cm wide, c.1910


est £150.00 - £200.00 (unsold)
A French silver plated pierced circular bowl, ornate gallery, stamped Ercuis France, 20.5cm diameter


est £80.00 - £120.00 (unsold)
A silver travelling Holy Communion set, approx. 8cm, blue Morocco leather case


SOLD £100.00
A Victorian silver conical coffee pot, bright cut engraved throughout in the Neoclassical manner, flush hinged cover, scroll-capped handle, 22cm high, Barnard Brothers, London 1865, 27oz gross


SOLD £320.00
An 18th century Scottish Provincial silver meat skewer, ring terminal, 23cm long, possibly Dundee Reference: The mark bears resemblance to that attributed by Jackson to Charles Dickson II Jackson's Silver & Gold Marks of England, Scotland & Ireland, Antique Collector's Club (Woodbridge 1989), p.600


est £100.00 - £150.00 (unsold)
A 17th century Continental silver cylindrical counter box, pierced and embossed with leafy C-scrolls, 3.5cm high, apparently unmarked, c.1675


est £300.00 - £400.00 (unsold)
A 19th century Anglo-Indian silver ovoid pedestal goblet, engraved with fox and hound amongst scrolling foliage, inscribed To J W M Cotton, 21st Hussars from the Maha Raja of Bulrampore, knopped stem, spreading circular foot, 17.5cm high, Hamilton & Co, Calcutta, c.1875, 9oz


est £200.00 - £300.00 (unsold)
A 19th century Austro-Hungarian Empire silver ovoid jug, scroll handle, 6.5cm high, 13 lothage mark, c.1850


est £60.00 - £80.00 (unsold)
A 19th century Continental silver mounted flattened double gourd scent bottle, hinged cover embossed with flowerheads, 10.5cm long, c.1860; another; an Edwardian hobnail-cut smelling salts bottle, screw-fitting cover enclosing a stopper, 7.5cm high, Birmingham 1909 (3)


SOLD £70.00
A 19th century Dutch silver heart shaped marriage box, hinged cover with crown finial, 6.5cm long, apparently unmarked, c.1880


SOLD £110.00
A 19th century Dutch silver melon shaped cream jug, acanthus scroll handle, cartouche shaped feet, 12cm high, c.1860, 4.5oz


SOLD £80.00
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