Fine Art & Antique

Friday 19th November 2010

Cuttlestones Fine Art Sale Friday 19th November 2010 at 10:00am

Viewing Thursday 18th 10am - 7pm and on the morning of the sale from 9am

Sale Currency: GBP

Terms & Conditions of Sale
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Lot 21

A COLLECTORS LOT OF SILVER PLATE, to include a Mappin & Webb three piece cruet, three toast racks, a sugar caster and two salt dishes (9)

Hammer price: £30

Estimate: £20-40

Lot 22

A LARGE SILVER PLATED TWIN HANDLED SERVING TRAY, with holly and ivy engraved detailing, reeded border, D 75 cm

Hammer price: £30

Estimate: £30-50

Lot 23

A COLLECTION OF ASSORTED EPNS AND SILVER PLATE, including a pierced comport, Georgian ladle etc. (tray)

Hammer price: £70

Estimate: £30-50

Lot 24

A HALLMARKED SILVER PUNCHBOWL, Sheffield 1895, maker probably 'Atkin Bros', the gadrooned rim having shell detail, with Regency style half fluted body on a half fluted pedestal foot, H 16 cm, approx. weight 855 g
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Hammer price: £320

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 25

A PAIR OF HALLMARKED ART DECO STYLE SILVER CANDLESTICKS, Sheffield 1930, maker 'Walker & Hall' (maker's mark very rubbed), hexagonal in design throughout A/F
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Hammer price: £130

Estimate: £100-150

Lot 26

A HALLMARKED SILVER GUERNSEY LIDDED CREAM JUG, Birmingham 1905, H 12 cm, approx. weight 95 g
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Hammer price: £100

Estimate: £50-80

Lot 27

A HALLMARKED SILVER PRESENTATION GOBLET, London 1872, maker's mark probably 'Robert Harper', with beaded edging and etched foliate motif and later applied and engraved shield cartouche, H 19 cm, approx. weight 220 g, together with a gilt metal model of a greyhound on a later plinth, H 15 cm (2)

Hammer price: £95

Estimate: £100-200

Lot 28

A HALLMARKED SILVER BRIDGE BOX, hallmarks indistinct, plain in form with stylised bridge motif to the lid, complete with contents, H 6.5 cm

Estimate: £80-120

Lot 29

A HALLMARKED OVAL GEORGIAN SILVER WAITER, London 1799, maker's mark 'WB', of plain form raised on four feet with raised thread rim, bearing initials in ornate scroll, W 17 cm, approx. weight 140 g A/F
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Estimate: £150-200

Lot 30

A HALLMARKED SILVER TWIN HANDLED MUG, London 1776, maker's mark indistinct, of plain form, H 9.25 cm, approx. weight 105 g

Hammer price: £130

Estimate: £120-180

Lot 31

A HALLMARKED SILVER AND TORTOISESHELL JEWELLERY BOX, Birmingham 1944, maker's mark 'H & A', D 11 cm

Hammer price: £65

Estimate: £40-60

Lot 32

A PAIR OF SQUARE WHITE METAL CANDLESTICKS, stamped 'Carrington & Co., 130 Regents Street, London', featuring neo-classical style vignettes, with later conversion for electricity, H 20.5 cm, total approx. weight 2210 g (2)
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Estimate: £100-150

Lot 33

A HALLMARKED SILVER SNUFF BOX, Birmingham 1837, maker's mark 'TS', of rectangular form with engine turned design and vacant cartouche, W 6.5 cm, approx. weight 50 g

Hammer price: £115

Estimate: £100-150

Lot 34

A WHITE METAL TEA INFUSER, of plain pierced circular form with hinged lid, having attached chain, D 5 cm, approx. weight 30 g

Hammer price: £15

Estimate: £20-40

Lot 35

A CONTINENTAL SILVER PEPPERMINT BOX, possibly Dutch, marks indistinct, with hinged lid and decorated panels, W 17.5 g
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Hammer price: £42

Estimate: £40-60

Lot 36

A HALLMARKED SILVER HEART SHAPED TRINKET BOX, Birmingham 1949, maker's mark 'HM', with crimped edging and gilded interior, engraving to top, W 11 cm

Estimate: £100-150

Lot 37

A HALLMARKED SILVER CADDY / FLASK, rubbed hallmarks Birmingham 1904, plain in form, H 9.25 cm, approx. weight 77.2 g
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Hammer price: £55

Estimate: £50-80

Lot 38

A HALLMARKED SILVER AND ENAMEL WOOD LINED BOX, hallmarks indistinct, with guilloche enamel Art Deco design lid, W 8.5 cm
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Hammer price: £75

Estimate: £50-80

Lot 39

A HALLMARKED SILVER PILL BOX, London 1810, of circular plain form and with gilded interior, D 5.5 cm, approx. weight 56.7 g

Hammer price: £55

Estimate: £50-80

Lot 40

A NEAR PAIR OF EDWARDIAN HALLMARKED SILVER CANDLESTICKS, London 1907, maker's mark 'C & S Co.', originally retailed by 'Goldsmiths Co., Regents Street, London', with Edwardian fluted style stems, one slightly shorter than the other, H 18 cm (tallest) A/F
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Estimate: £100-150

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