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Three-Day Antiques and Fine Art Sale - September 2009 [ARCHIVE]

Lots per page: 24
Lots 1 to 29     Page 1 of 60
A Victorian E.P.B.M three piece boat shaped tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sucrier, batwing half fluted, knop finial, hinged domed cover, scroll handles, reeded borders, the teapot with fruitwood fittings, 28cm long, Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield, c.1890

1

SOLD £45.00
A George III Sheffield plate rounded rectangular miniature chamber stick, gadrooned borders, detachable nozzle, campana sconce, conical snuffer with ball finial, loop handle with rectangular thumb piece, 10cm wide, c.1815

3

SOLD £50.00
A Japanese paktong rounded rectangular photograph frame, applied and embossed with leaping carp, flowers and rushes, oval aperture, arched apron, 24.5cm high, early 20th century; another, applied and embossed with wisteria and comical frogs riding geese along a river, 24.5cm high, early 20th century (2)

5

SOLD £110.00
A pair of Art Deco E.P.N.S spreading cylindrical cafe au lait pots, knop finials, hinged covers, chamfered ebonised handles, 19cm high, shape no. 6350, Wilson & Sharp Ltd, Edinburgh c.1925

6

SOLD £70.00
A pair of George IV Sheffield plate telescopic candlesticks, detachable nozzles, reel shaped sconces, leafy scroll borders, acanthus grasped stems, shaped circular bases, 22cm high (closed), c.1825

7

SOLD £30.00
A pair of monumental Victorian E.P.N.S inkwells, cast as crowned lions rampant supporting shields, hinged covers, spreading circular bases, 24cm high, Mappin & Webb, c.1890

8

SOLD £400.00
A rare Victorian breakfast table coaster, incorporating an arched five bar toast rack and a circular preserve dish, turned ivory ball handle restrained by acanthus grasped grotesque eagles, vine leaf spoked wheels, 29cm long, c.1890

10

SOLD £240.00
A service of WMF Facher pattern Fridour patent cutlery, for twelve, comprising table knives, table forks, table spoons, dessert knives, dessert forks, dessert spoons, tea spoons, coffee spoons, a pair of salad servers, a serving spoon, a two-pronged fork, a sauce ladle and a soup ladle, 20th century

11

SOLD £100.00
A set of twelve George III close plated table knives, blades and ferrules engraved and embossed respectively with fruiting vine, agate handles, Aaron Hatfield, c.1820, cased

13

SOLD £160.00
A Victorian close plated dessert service, for twelve, comprising knives and forks, the blades engraved with flowers and leaves on meandering stems, ivory hafts, oak canteen, 29cm wide, c. 1890

14

SOLD £30.00
A Victorian E.P.B.M mounted ovoid claret jug, pointed knop finial, hinged cover, beaded borders, fruiting vine and acanthus grasped scroll handle, Bacchic mask spout, deep collar engraved with foliage, cut with a continuous band of five flowerheads, star-cut base, 24cm high, c.1890

15

SOLD £45.00
A Victorian E.P.B.M pedestal ovoid samovar, ball, spire and knop finial, milled borders, scroll capped handles, engraved to recto and verso with vacant oval cartouches within bands of flowers and scrolling foliage, square base, ball feet, 46cm high, c.1875

16

SOLD £75.00
A Victorian E.P.B.M trefoil three bottle decanter stand, posted loop handle cast with flowers and leafy C-scrolls, slender mallet shaped decanters slice and hobnail-cut in pointed arched panels, star-cut bases, strapwork rims above borders pierced with scrolling foliage, leafy scroll feet cast with flowers, 48cm high, c.1890

18

SOLD £85.00
A Victorian E.P.N.S novelty water can, the design attributed to Dr Christopher Dresser (1834 - 1904), cane wrapped loop and scroll handles, hinged cover, angular spout, engraved with the crest & motto of Collis of Ireland and Hagley, Worcestershire, 18cm high, stamped 9659, Hukin & Heath, c.1895 Literature: Halen, Widar Christopher Dresser, Phaidon, Christies Limited (Oxford 1990), p. 180, pl. 203

19

SOLD £170.00
A Victorian parcel-gilt electrotype tapered cylindrical beaker, in relief with panels of musical satyrs, guilloche borders, stepped circular foot, model no. 14655, Elkington & Co, c.1880

20

SOLD £60.00
An Art Deco E.P.N.S three piece canted rectangular tea service and stand, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, the dished stand with ivorine scroll handles, 26cm wide, patent 568969, James Dixon & Sons, c.1925

21

SOLD £160.00
An E.P.N.S canted rectangular entree dish, bayonet angular loop handle, gadrooned borders, 28cm long, Walker & Hall, early 20th century; another (2)

22

SOLD £30.00
An E.P.N.S flambe stove, sliding stand with four chequered pan rests linked by a wire-work quatrefoil, above a deep band of tracery piercing, domed oval base with central burner, loop handles to sides, 17cm high, Walker & Hall, early 20th century

23

SOLD £30.00
An E.P.N.S half-fluted domed meat dish cover, fruiting vine cast handle, engraved with a broad band of scrolling foliage, ovolo border, 36.5cm wide; an E.P on copper oval serving tray, gadrooned border, plain field, pierced handles, 58cm wide, 20th century; another (3)

24

SOLD £90.00
An E.P.N.S model of a stag, naturalistically cast, ten points, 11cm high, 20th century

25

SOLD £15.00
An E.P.N.S model of a stalking fox, naturalistically cast, 16cm long, 20th century

26

SOLD £20.00
An E.P.N.S mounted clear glass spreading cylindrical lemonade jug, hinged cover enclosing a cylindrical cistern, loop handle, 26cm high, c.1930

27

SOLD £80.00
An E.P.N.S mounted spreading cylindrical claret jug, pointed knop finial, hinged domed cover, scroll handle, diamond, slice and hobnail-cut in panels, star-cut base, 28cm high, early 20th century

28

SOLD £30.00
An early 20th century E.P.N.S novelty pedestal nut dish, as an oak leaf surmounted by a squirrel cast with an oak leaf grasped in his claws, spirally fluted domed circular base, 17cm wide; a pair of early 20th century novelty napkin rings, one surmounted with a dog and cat, the other with a child, 8cm and 6cm wide (3)

29

SOLD £60.00
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