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Antiques and Fine Art Sale - September 2007 [ARCHIVE]

Lots per page: 24
Lots 2 to 46     Page 1 of 28
A composed pair of E.P.N.S. novelty pepperettes, as owls, standing, detachable heads, glass eyes, 8cm high, c.1880


SOLD £45.00
A George III Sheffield plate mounted pedestal coconut cup, carved with exotic flowers and leaves, moulded rim, pendant border, gadrooned spreading circular foot, 20cm high, c.1775


SOLD £350.00
A George IV Sheffield plate scissor action wick trimmer and tray, the waisted rectangular tray chased with vine leaves, 24cm long, c.1820


SOLD £45.00
A pair of George III Sheffield plate circular wine coasters, gadrooned borders, the sides pierced and engraved with oval paterae divided by stylised stiff leaves, draught turned mahogany bases, 13.5cm diam, early 19th century


SOLD £40.00
A pair of mid 19th century Sheffield plate candlesticks, detachable leaf cast nozzles, waisted stems, petal bases, 25cm high, c.1830


SOLD £30.00
A Victorian E.P.B.M quatrefoil inkstand, mounted to the centre with a cast and chased model of a stag, diamond and slice-cut globular wells with hinged covers, rustic branch pen rests, stiff leaf, stylised flower and bell husk engraved borders, winged mask cast feet, 24cm wide, retailed by Benetfink & Co, 107 & 108 Cheapside, numbered P7253, c.1875


SOLD £30.00
A Victorian E.P.N.S. rounded rectangular serving tray, ovolo border, beaded, reeded and acanthus cast angular loop handle, field engraved with foliage and scrolls, 64cm wide, Mappin & Webb, c. 1895


SOLD £55.00
An E.P.N.S Aesthetic Movement food warmer, in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser, the spherical cauldron quite plain, swing handle, ivory knop finial, deep flared rim, three outswept feet, suspended by a chain within a rustic branch tripod framework, above a central burner with hinged cover, raised circular base, rope-twist borders, 41cm high, stamped 500, G. R. Collis & Co, 130 Regent St, London, c.1885


SOLD £100.00
An E.P.N.S shaped circular salver, gadrooned border, scroll feet, 31.5cm diam, Elkington & Co, date code for 1922; an E.P.N.S circular sweetmeat comport, beaded border, pierced angular scroll and anthemion handles, engine turned dished centre, spreading and stepped circular foot, 33cm wide, early 20th century (2)


SOLD £28.00
An E.P.N.S two-branch, three-light candelabrum, gadrooned borders, detachable nozzles, reel shaped sconces, reeded sinuous branches, tapering cylindrical column, spreading circular base, 44cm high, early 20th century


SOLD £32.00
An E.P.N.S. pedestal tureen, ball finial, raised cover, reeded borders, beaded loop handles, spreading and stepped circular base, 30cm high, J. H. Potter, Sheffield, c.1900; an associated Fiddle pattern ladle, 32cm long, Mappin & Webb, early 20th century (2)


SOLD £120.00
A 17th century trefid spoon, initialled 'E.L.B', makers mark IA, c.1680; a George III Fiddle pattern sauce ladle, Alex Henderson, Edinburgh 1810; a matched set of three George III bright-cut Old English pattern tea spoons, Alexander Ziegler, another maker, Edinburgh, c.1800 (5)


SOLD £400.00
A 19th/early 20th century two handled trophy cup, probably Continental pine cone finial, gadrooned borders, domed cover, fan and floral boss cast scroll handles, pierced and cast with swagged lyre, laurel wreathes and cherubs mounted on lions, square base, ball feet, blue glass liner, crested, later wooden plinth, 20cm wide, marks rubbed


SOLD £45.00
A Chinese rectangular easel photograph frame, planished overall and embossed with flowering prunus branches, 20cm high, early 20th century


SOLD £210.00
A composed canteen of Chippendale type pattern cutlery, for twelve, comprising table knives, table forks, dessert knives, dessert forks, dessert spoons, soup spoons, tea spoons and coffee spoons, Sheffield 1973 & 1975, 155oz gross (96)


SOLD £720.00
A George II flared cylindrical porringer, reeded loop handles, quarter fluted, embossed rope-twist quarter girdle, repousse embossed with foliate scrolls, scales, leaves and husks, centred to recto by a vacant circular cartouche, 14cm wide, London 1735, 3oz


SOLD £290.00
A George II style shaped circular salver, piecrust border, knurl feet, 25.5cm diam, Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1987, 17oz


SOLD £85.00
A George II style three-piece condiment set, comprising a baluster pepperette and cauldron salt and mustard, knop finials, the pepperette with pierced and engraved bell shaped cover, the mustard with domed hinged cover, scroll handle, moulded borders, pad feet, blue glass liners, the salt 6.5cm diam, London 1967


SOLD £60.00
A George II three bottle cruet, slice cut bottles, with hinged and loose fitting covers, flame finial, beaded borders, beaded scroll handles, secured within a wire-work frame on cast scroll supports, centred to recto by a vacant foliate C-scroll cast shield shaped cartouche, acanthus capped scroll handle, fluted pad feet, 16cm wide, Sam Wood, London 1752


SOLD £1150.00
A George III boat shaped cream jug, angular scroll handle, reeded rim, fluted central band, ball feet, 13cm long, London 1813, 3oz


SOLD £40.00
A George III boat shaped teapot, rectangular fluted knop finial, hinged cover, scroll handle, ivory insulators, ball feet, 29cm long, London 1813, 18oz gross


SOLD £170.00
A George III bright-cut Old English pattern sifter spoon, deep pierced and gilded shell bowl, 16.5cm long, Solomon Hougham, London 1803; a Victorian Onslow pattern sifter spoon, pierced shell bowl, 12.5cm long, London 1882; etc (4)


SOLD £60.00
A George III circular waiter, cast beaded border, field engraved with a band of foliate scrolls and stiff leaves, centred by a vacant conforming cartouche, ball and claw feet, 13cm diam, London 1797, 4oz


SOLD £110.00
A George III cowie shell snuff box, mounted to the base, flush-hinged cover, bright-cut engraved border, 8cm long, apparently unmarked, c. 1790


SOLD £240.00
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