Four pens, comprising: a Dunhill gilt-metal fountain pen with 750 nib, in original box; a Messenger gilt-metal ballpoint pen; a Mont Blanc Meisterstuck ballpoint with advertising inscription; and a Mont Blanc Meisterstuck Pix ballpoint pen
An interesting box lid containing a pair of Satsuma porcelain buckles, watch chains, wrist watches, old pen knives and fruit knives, other costume jewellery, hat pins, Scottish brooch, a silver pencil, etc.
A hall-marked silver tea-caddy spoon embossed with fruit the handle as entwined vines, a Cerebos Table Salt metal matchbox, a silver-plated pill-box with two-hinged lids, a small model of a man panning for gold on a piece of pyrite, a folding hair-comb, a silver-topped glass scent bottle, a tortoiseshell and mother-of-pearl card case, miniature boxes, etc.
A blue enamelled and gold-plated Dupont lighter in its original box, a Mercedes bonnet three-star emblem, a plastic model of Concorde and a stylish polished aluminium cigarette box by Kaymet “Anodised Ware made in England”.
A silver dog whistle styled as a horn, a pretty silver and mother-of-pearl fruit knife, a silver menu-holder styled as an eagle with a alpine horn and a metal horse dog whistle with screw adjustment for tone.
A Continental silver box of oval form the lid embossed with a basket of flowers, the sides embossed with musical trophies, a silver carriage and pair with driver and attendant, and a small worked white metal box and lid.
An interesting lot including a boxed pair of Sheaffer pen and pencil and a Cross fountain pen with a large 14 ct gold nib in a gold-plated case and an interesting lot of ladies’ decorative wrist watches including one by Eternity made of genuine Swarovski crystals.
A very decorative lot of costume jewellery including bangles, including a pair in 925 silver, modern Perspex, one in hardstone, and necklaces one by Monet with black enamelling, and four in silver plate.
Two cartons of sundry metalware, including some silver-plated, comprising prize and other mugs, tea and coffee service, etc., and a case of sundry cutlery, together with a pair of 19th century German Kassel silver teaspoons and a Georgian salt shovel
A good Elkington EPNS cutlery service for eight, in Westminster pattern, of nine-piece place settings including cake forks and fish eaters, together with four serving spoons, five extra knives and five extra soup spoons, in original rolls and cardboard tubes
A quantity of silver-plated items, including a set of EPNS Art Deco cutlery for six, other foreign and English cutlery, baskets, a tea and coffee service, oval gallery tray, etc., and an Indian brass ewer
Four silver fish servers, comprising: a slice in King's pattern, Glasgow 1833; a serving fork crested to match the former, also in King's pattern, by George Adams, London 1854; and an ornate knife and fork with filled handles, Birmingham 1854/60/64/65; 20.5 ozt gross
English silver, comprising: a cased set of six golfing teaspoons, three other golfing teaspoons, a Fiddle teaspoon, six tea knives with filled handles, and two silver-handled implements, together with a sterling souvenir spoon and an 800-handled knife and fork
English silver, comprising: a pretty set of six Edwardian coffee spoons, in case; a cased set of six teaspoons with tongs; a cased three-piece christening set, inscribed 'Elizabeth'; a five-piece condiment set; two mustard spoons; and two napkin rings; together with two cased sets of six silver-handled tea knives, and a pair of Guatemalan silver napkin rings; 12.5 ozt weighable
A good Edwardian large hand mirror in cherub-embossed silver, and a matching hairbrush, Chester 1907/08, together with two silver-mounted combs and a hand mirror, and a three-piece dressing table set in silver and blue enamel
A fine Elizabeth II silver and enamel dressing table service, painted with pink roses on a guilloche pearl ground, comprising: hand mirror, pair of hairbrushes, pair of clothes brushes, glass scent spray, and glass powder jar, London 1959/60
A small German Nuremberg silver beaker chased with fish-scale pattern, probably late 18th century, WS maker's mark, 6.4 cm high, 54 gm; together with a 19th century Continental silver snuff box, engraved with initials, apparently unmarked, 97 gm
Judaica and other silver, comprising: a probably Israeli 84 standard Hannukah candelabrum; an Israeli sterling kiddush beaker by Dugma; a pair of candlesticks in 925 with metal bases and 800 nozzles; a vintage filigree cigarette case; an English P&O Arcadia souvenir teaspoon; and a Bezalel-decorated ballpoint pen; 19.3 ozt gross excluding pen
An Elizabeth II part service of silver cutlery in Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern, by Cooper Bros., Sheffield 1978/79, comprising: four tablespoons, and 12 each of: dessert spoons and forks, fish knives and forks, teaspoons, and steel-bladed cheese knives with hollow handles, 123 ozt weighable
A large William IV silver cruet, with central handle and scroll feet, complete with six cut-glass bottles with stoppers, and two with silver mounts, by the Barnards, London 1835, one of the bottles with replacement mount and lid by George Fox, London 1870, 26.3 ozt weighable
A George IV silver oblong entree dish with gadroon rims, the cover with ornate handle, with original armorial engraving, together with a matching cover and handle, by Emes & Barnard, London 1823, 93.7 ozt