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Bakewell Fine Art Sale May 2013 [ARCHIVE]

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An electro-plated novelty cow creamer, naturalistically cast and chased as a dairy cow, 15cm long, early 20th century


SOLD £100.00
A set of four Victorian E.P.N.S and mother of pearl knife rests, X-shaped end supports, ball feet, 10cm wide, c.1880


est £80.00 - £120.00 (unsold)
An E.P.N.S table centrepiece, the central trumpet shaped epergne flute supporting a removable circular dish, above and flanked by three further smaller dishes, domed circular foot, 29cm high; an E.P.N.S stop-fluted Corinthian column table lamp base, the square foot embossed with swags, 33cm high; a chamber stick; a cake basket (4)


SOLD £130.00
An unusual E.P.N.S butler's tea waiter, fruitwood carrying handle, the wire-work superstructure supporting a kettle, milk jug and three handled sugar basin, wavy borders, scroll feet, shaped square base conforming, cartouche shaped feet, 35cm high


SOLD £60.00
An E.P.N.S domed samovar and burner, spherical finial, shaped handles to sides, three-quarter girdle, cartouche shaped feet cast with leafy scrolls and shells, 41cm high, Walker & Hall, early to mid-20th century


SOLD £65.00
An E.P.N.S domed oval breakfast dish, retractable cover with ivory bun shaped thumbpiece, enclosing a pierced liner, reeded tapered legs, lion paw feet, 32cm wide, c.1920


SOLD £40.00
Football - Advertising - a George V enamelled E.P.N.S rounded rectangular commemorative novelty vesta case, Colman's Mustard, English Cup Final, Wembley Park 1923, Bolton Wanderers 2 West Ham United 0, hinged cover, striker to base, 5cm long, c.1923


SOLD £420.00
A Victorian E.P.B.M. bowed biscuit box, lotus bud finial, hinged stepped cover, engraved and chased with strapwork, ferns, acanthus boss paterae and pendants, dished base, 20cm diam, c. 1880


est £50.00 - £70.00 (unsold)
A Victorian E.P on copper shaped oval meat warming dish, shaped scroll border, cartouche shaped feet, 59.5cm wide, c.1850 . Condition Report: Some scratches through use but plating mostly intact, just beginning to bleed at one edge


SOLD £75.00
A Victorian E.P. on copper shaped rectangular two-handled serving tray, the field engraved with scrolling foliage, flowers and bands of C-scrolls, the border in relief with fruiting vine and leafy scrolls, 70cm over handles, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, c.1880


est £100.00 - £150.00 (unsold)
A George III Old Sheffield plate oval pedestal sauce tureen, knop finial, domed cover, reeded lofty cover, above an applied bright-cut band, domed foot, 25cm wide, c.1790 . Condition Report: A bit dirty and worn but feels untouched, copper bleeding at some edges but plating generally intact, finial a bit bent


SOLD £70.00
An E.P.N.S rounded rectangular chafing dish and burner, oval knop finial, slightly domed cover, gadrooned border, wrapped acanthus handles. lion paw feet, 33cm over handles, Elkington & Co, c.1900; another, similar; a George III style salver (3)


est £70.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
A Continental Fiddle pattern serving spoon, marked .750; a Russian spoon, cannon barrel type stem, 84 zolotniks, Moscow 1882; others, various (12), 21oz gross


SOLD £230.00
A Continental Pointed Old English type pattern part table service, comprising twelve table forks, six tablespoons and twelve dessert spoons, bright-cut stems, marked for .830 standard, c.1920 (30), 40.5oz gross


SOLD £400.00
A Continental silver-gilt spoon, the handle as a mermaid grasping an acanthus knop, pear shaped bowl engraved with stiff leaves and dated 1708, 12cm long


SOLD £220.00
A George III Fiddle pattern fish slice, the shaped blade pierced and wriggle-work engraved with scrolls and patera, 29cm long, John Emes, London 1807


SOLD £70.00
A George III Old English pattern soup ladle, oval bowl, crested, 33cm long, William Sumner, London 1806, 5oz . Condition Report: Generally good, just needs a polish


SOLD £150.00
A George V burr walnut serpentine fronted canteen table, enclosing a service of E.P.N.S. Old English pattern flatware, for ten, comprising fish knives, fish forks, table knives, table forks, table spoons, dessert knives, dessert forks, dessert spoons, egg spoons, tea knives, teaspoons, sauce ladles, salt spoons, sauce ladles and carving utensils, the table with hinged quarter veneered top above a long drawer, reeded tapered square legs, spade feet, 78cm high, 58cm wide, c.1935


SOLD £380.00
A George V Hanoverian pattern soup ladle, rat tail bowl, 28cm long, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1930, 6oz


SOLD £130.00
A matched set of eight George II Old English pattern dessert spoons, crested, Samuel Roby, other makers, London c.1745; another pair, similar (10), 11oz gross


SOLD £230.00
A modern part canteen, for nine, comprising table forks, table knives and dessert knives, the terminals stamped with acanthus scrolls, anthemion and lotus, Gee & Holmes, Sheffield 1978 & 79, 50oz gross, cased


est £250.00 - £350.00 (unsold)
A pair of William IV Fiddle pattern table spoons, Joseph & Albert Savory, London 1836; a set of twelve Victorian Fiddle pattern teaspoons, George Maudsley Jackson, London 1883; etc, various dates and makers (qty), 58oz gross


SOLD £650.00
A Queen Anne Dog nose pattern spoon, rat tail bowl, 19.5cm long, maker IH crowned, London 1710


SOLD £150.00
A Scottish Provincial Oar pattern teaspoon, struck with eagle displayed and twice with maker, Robert Keay I, Perth c.1810


SOLD £45.00
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