A silver key-wind Hunter pocket watch by Dent, London, No. 27694, a gold-plated wrist watch by Tempo and a white metal small pocket watch.
A part pack of 18th century playing cards and another early 19th century and a presentation box produced to celebrate The Right Honourable Sir G W Truscott, Lord Mayor of London, at the Guildhall July 21st 1909 containing two cigars, a pipe, cigarettes and matches, mostly still present.
A Stevengraph woven with a scene of the Coronation 1953 and a map of Middlesex described with the most famous cities of London and Westminster.
Five attractive items in glass and enamelled silver, comprising: a large globular scent bottle with blue top, London 1927; two cylindrical bottles with green and with florally decorated tops, Birmingham 1908 and 1913; a box with green top; and a bottle with blue top
A collection of six antique silver-mounted glass bottles and jars, comprising: a square example with fine silver-gilt screw top, London 1848; a globular scent bottle with tortoiseshell top, Chester 1914; and four others
Decorative English silver, comprising: an elegant boat-shaped sweetmeat dish on foot, London 1924; a pierced and chased shallow bowl and similar smaller bowl, both Sheffield 1898; a low stand, London 1901; and a sweetmeat bowl, Sheffield 1910; 20.1 ozt
Silver cutlery, comprising: a Fiddle pattern serving spoon, London 1853; and the following Georgian items: a fish slice, two Dublin engraved teaspoons, Hester Bateman sugar tongs, another sugar tongs [unusually with duplicated hallmarks], pair of tablespoons, sauce ladle, teaspoon and salt spoon, 16.6 ozt
A George VI Art Deco silver sugar caster of hexagonal section, by Charles Boyton & Son, London 1937, 5.7 ozt
A vintage Georg Jensen silver sauce ladle of 140 pattern, London import mark for 1928, 30 gm
Two English silver teapots, comprising: a late Victorian bachelor example with part gadrooning, London 1894; and a larger panelled teapot, Birmingham 1930; 30.7 ozt gross
A Georgian Revival silver cruet with beaded rims and floral engraving, London 1884, the seven cut glass bottles of earlier date, including three with silver mounts, and a silver spoon