POSTAL AUCTION
(For members and subscribers only)

To take place on Friday 16th May 2003

Your written, email or faxed bids are invited for the following lots - bids to be with us, please, by no later than 12.00pm, on the day of sale. Please note that purchase prices are subject to a 10% buyers premium, plus VAT on the premium and 5.00 for postage & packing per consignment. See page 59 for details.

Members are welcome to come and view the lots on offer at 26 Burlington Arcade.


LotDescriptionReserve
1.Edwardian silver engraved 'Glasgow University' teaspoon, London. 1904, by EGS. L-13cm; W-18g. ~ good condition. Est. 20-25.15

2.Edwardian silver 'Salisbury Cathedral' teaspoon, Birmingham 1902 by T&H. L-12.5cm; W-13g. ~ good condition. Est. 20-25.15

3.Edwardian silver 'Durban' teaspoon, Birmingham 1905 by L&S. L-12cm; W-15g. ~ good condition. Est. 20-25.15

4.Edwardian silver 'Government House, Sydney' teaspoon. Birmingham 1908, by L&S. L-11cm; W-10g. ~ good condition. Est. 20-25.15

5.Edwardian silver & blue enamel 'The Kendal Seal' teaspoon. Birmingham 1902 by L&S. L-10cm; W-11g. ~ good condition. Est. 15-20.12

6.Silver & enamel 'City Hall, Belfast' teaspoon. Birmingham 1956 by BB SLD. L-12.2cm; W-13g. ~ good condition. Est. 15-20.12

7.Shooting interest, silver & enamel 'Sale & District M.R.C.' teaspoon. Birmingham 1915 by J.A.R. L-11cm; W-15g. ~ good condition. Est. 25-35.25

8.Silver 'Romford Golf Club' teaspoon. Sheffield 1925 by HA. L-11.8cm; W-20g ~ thick gauge, good condition. Est. 25-35.20

9.Silver 'golf clubs & ball' teaspoon. London 1928 by E.B. & S Ld. L-12cm; W-11g. ~ good condition. Est. 30-35.25

10.Silver 'Nether Court' golf clubs and ball teaspoon. Birmingham 1933 by J.F. L-12.5cm; W-17g. ~ Where is Nether Court? - thick gauge, good condition. Est. 25-35.25

11.Swiss Silver gilt & enamel 'Et Mont Blanc' teaspoon, circa 1920. L-12cm; W-12g. ~ a good spoon with Swiss marks. Est. 25-3520

12.Victorian silver 'Victoria 1837-97' teaspoon. Chester 1896 by CS,FS. L-11cm; W-8g ~ good condition. Est. 30-35.28

13.Russian silver niello teaspoon, prob. Moscow 1855. L-14cm; W-19g. ~ good con. Est. 35-40.28

14.China Trade Export silver, Fiddle Thread & Shell pattern dessert spoon, circa 1830 by SS, engraved 'Jerusalem House'. L-17.7cm; W-60g. ~ a rare spoon. Est. 40-60.30

15.Aberdeen silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, circa 1830 by William Jamieson. L-14cm; W-18g. ~ initialled 'M', very good marks, a few minor dents to bowl. Est. 30-40.28

16.Aberdeen silver Celtic-point teaspoon, circa 1800 by prob. D. Pirie. L-13cm; W-12g. ~ in clean condition. Est. 25-3020

17.Aberdeen silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoon, circa 1820 by James Pirie. L-17.5cm; W-26g. ~ good marks, bowl very slightly wonky. Est. 45-55.45

18.Dundee silver Fiddle pattern teaspoon, circa 1820 y William Constable. L-13.5cm; W-13g. ~ reasonable marks. Est. 35-45.30

19.Oban silver teaspoon with a Celtic cross finial by R. Lindsay, Sheffield 1929. L-12cm; W-12g. ~ good condition. Est. 50-60.50

20.George III silver bright-cut teaspoon with shell bowl, London 1803 by R.C. L-13cm; W-12g. ~ marks clear, but I feel that the shell bowl has been pressed at a later date. Est. 20-25.20

21.George III silver bright-cut sugar tongs, London circa 1780 by William Eley. L-13.5cm; W-34g. ~ a pleasant pair of tongs. Est. 35-45.30

22.George III silver bright-cut sugar tongs with acorn bowls, London 1796 by Peter & Anne Bateman. L-14cm; W-31g. ~ slightly different shape to arms, condition good. Est. 45-55.40

23.George III silver bright-cut sugar tongs, London circa 1790 by Peter & Jonathan Bateman. L-14cm; W-28g. ~ in very clean condition, makers mark over-stuck its self, this mark was only used for 5 months, entered on 7th Dec. 1790, Jonathan died on 19th Apr. 1791. Est. 170-200150

24.Victorian silver Fiddle pattern sugar tongs, Birmingham 1863 by George Unite. L-13.5cm; W-37g. ~ unusually the marks have been struck as if part marks on both arms. Est. 35-45.30

25.Victorian silver 'fancy' pierced sugar tongs with claw feet. Birmingham 1895 by L&S. L-8.5cm; W-14g. ~ good condition, a different design for the collector. Est. 25-30.20

26.George III silver Hanoverian Shell-back pattern tablespoon, London 1770 by Phillip Roker. L-20.7cm; W-58g. ~ good gauge, has been polished at some time. Est. 40-50.40

27.George II silver Hanoverian shell-back tablespoon, London 1746. L-19cm; W-37g. ~ makers mark hard to read, pleasant spoon for price. Est. 40-50.40

28.William IV silver highly decorated dessert spoon with leaf decoration, London 1836 by William Eaton. L-16cm; W-51g. ~ very thick gauge, interesting spoon. Est. 55-65.45

29.American 19th C. silver teaspoon, by Bacon & Smith. L-15cm; W-18g. ~ clean. Est. 10-20.8

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The Finial, April/May 2003


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