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200 George III Sterling Silver Mug, hallmarked London, 1773-1774, by (probably) John Scofield, of tapering cylindrical form, with incised banding and acanthus-crested handle, monogrammed and dated "AW 1781". 10.52 t. oz.; h. 4-3/4", dia. 3-3/4", l. 5-3/4"
Estimate: 900 - 1200
201 George II Sterling Silver Cake Basket, hallmarked London, 1757-1758, by Edward Aldridge & John Stamper, of oval form with pierced alternating diaper and scroll panels, with rope-twist edge and openwork ovolo swing handle. h. 3" (9-1/2" with handle), l. 13-1/4", w. 10-3/4"; 22.25 t. oz.
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
202 George III Sterling Silver Salver, hallmarked London, 1782-1783, by John Scofield, of oval form with bellflower-banded rim and beaded edge, raised on four beaded triangular feet, the plateau engraved with an armorial within a wrigglework cartouche. 18-7/8" x 14-1/4"; 48.2 t. oz.
Estimate: 4000 - 7000
203 Late George III Sterling Silver Decanter Frame, hallmarked London, 1798-1799, by John Emes, of canted cross form, with four conforming receptacles fitted with conforming diamond and fluted cut glass decanters with silver collars and glass stoppers, centered by a reeded standard with ring handle, all fitted to a wooden base with four casters, engraved with a crest of a tower in flames (Hopkins et al.). overall h. 9-1/2", w. 8-1/4".
Estimate: 800 - 1200
204 Two George III Sterling Silver Teapot Stands, both oval, one example hallmarked London, 1792-1793, by Charles Aldridge, with engraved leaf-and-dart banding, scalloped cartouche and four threaded spatulate feet, l. 6-1/4", the other hallmarked London, 1783-1784, by William Vincent, with beaded edge and later Victorian floral scroll decoration, rococo cartouche, and four claw-and-ball feet, engraved with the crest of Hay and monogrammed "C.C.H", l. 6-1/4". 8.30 total t. oz.
Estimate: 700 - 1000
205 Three George III Sterling Silver Fish Slices, one hallmarked Sheffield, 1781-1782, the maker's mark rubbed, with pierced bellflower decoration, l. 12", one hallmarked Sheffield, 1778-1779, by Robert Trickett & Co, the blade marked "AB", with pierced scroll and dolphin decoration, l. 12-1/8", and one hallmarked London, 1779-1780, by Aldridge & Green, with pierced scroll and swimming fish decoration, l. 12-1/2". 19.29 total t. oz. (including filled handles)
Estimate: 600 - 900
206 Late Georgian Irish Sterling Silver Sugar Basket, hallmarked 1805, Dublin, by Joseph Jackson, of navette form, with fluted panels and swing handle, decorated with bright-cut and pricked decoration, engraved with the crest of Cassidy, Fitz-Allen, etc. 8.77 t. oz.; h. 4-5/8 " (7-1/2" with handle), l. 7-1/2", w. 4-5/8"
Estimate: 700 - 1000
207 Three English and Other Sterling Silver Tapersticks, one hallmarked London, 1807-1808, by John Emes, rectangular with gadrooned rim, h. 2-1/4", w. 3-1/2", one hallmarked London, 1853-1854, by John Wilmin Figg, circular with Greek-key banding, with original extinguisher, h. 2-1/4", dia. 3-3/8", and one Continental or Colonial, first half 19th century, rectangular with gadrooned rim and original extinguisher and bobeche, h. 2-3/4", w. 3-3/8". 10.60 total t. oz.
Estimate: 800 - 1200
208 Set of Four Late Georgian Sterling Silver Salt Cellars, hallmarked London, 1804-1805, by Digby Scott & Benjamin Smith, of hexagonally-lobed cauldron form, decorated with repousse floral panels, with molded shell-and scroll rim and raised on three robust acanthus-scroll feet. h. 2-3/8", dia. 3-5/8", 25.83 total t. oz.
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
209 Regency Sterling Silver Fruit Stand, hallmarked London, 1812-1813, by Benjamin Smith II, the oval frame with shell-and-palmette banding supported by four monopodal sphinxes above a canted navette plinth with leaf-and-dart banding and winged lion's paw feet, the plinth engraved with the arms of Baronet Coote, the glass liner lacking. h. 5-3/4", l. 10-1/2", w. 8-1/2"; 52.80 t. oz. h. 5-3/4", l. 11-1/2", w. 8-1/2"; 52.83 t. oz. Notes: The arms here are those of Sir Charles Henry Coote, 9th Bt. (1794-1864) of Ballyfin, Mountrath. He served as M.P. for Queen's County, Ireland from 1821-1847 and again 1852-1859.
Estimate: 900 - 1200
210 Pair of George IV Old Sheffield Plate Entree Dishes, first quarter 19th century, each of rounded and concave rectangular form with shell-and-gadroon banding, the fitted lids en suite with addorsed oak branch ring handles, all above a conforming warming stand with gadrooned banding, scroll-mantled lion's paw feet and reeded scroll-mounted baluster handles, engraved on the lid with the arms of Carlton. overall h. 7-1/4", l. 13-3/4", w. 9-3/4"
Estimate: 800 - 1200
211 Late Georgian Sterling Silver Platter, hallmarked London, 1805-1806, by William Fountain (1762-1838; free 1785), of oval form with gadrooned edge, engraved on the rim with the crest and arms of the Earl of Aberdeen. 22-1/4" x 17"; 99.35 t. oz. Notes: Given the date of the hallmarks, the arms here are presumably those of George Hamilton-Gordon (1784-1860), who became the 4th Earl of Aberdeen in 1801 and served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, 1852-1855.
Estimate: 4500 - 7000
212 Pair of Late George III Sterling Silver Gilt Wine Coasters, hallmarked London, 1806-1807, by Thomas Holland II, of squat cylindrical form, with central turned wood base clad in a silver gilt collar embossed in the round with neoclassical figures and flower baskets, with leaf-and-dart rim, the base centering a silver gilt boss engraved with a crest of a demi-phoenix, ducally gorged (Fenwick et al.). h. 1-7/8", dia. 5-1/4"
Estimate: 1800 - 2500
213 Pair of Regency Sterling Silver Sauceboats, hallmarked London, 1810-1811, by William Bennett, each of batteau form, with squared handle and reeded edge, raised on a cavetto-domed and reed-banded oval foot, engraved with the arms of Hammerton. h. 5-1/4", l. 8-1/2", w. 4"; 18.90 t. oz. Notes: The lozenge shape of arms here, crested by a flowing ribbon, traditionally indicate that they belong to an unmarried woman who is an heiress in her own right.
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
214 George IV Sterling Silver Tray, hallmarked London, 1828-1829, by William Brown, of oval form with reeded edge and acanthus-mounted reeded handles, engraved with a conforming bellflower cartouche centering an armorial. 27-3/4" x 17-2/4"; 114.13 t. oz.
Estimate: 6000 - 9000
215 William IV Old Sheffield Plate Meat Dome and Platter, second quarter 19th century, the oval dome with robust acanthus banding and ring handle, the conforming platter edged en suite, the platter engraved on the rim with later armorial. overall h. 11", l. 20-3/4", w. 16-1/4"
Estimate: 900 - 1200
216 Pair of Victorian Silverplate Wine Coolers, third quarter 19th century, by Elkington & Co., of campana form with gauffered rim and applied grapevine decoration crossing to form the handles, all above an acanthus-capped domed foot, with detachable liner. h. 11-1/4", dia. 10-3/8"
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
217 Good Collection of Ten Victorian Silverplate Goblets, fourth quarter 19th century, ovoid baluster stem, various makers and decoration. the largest h. 8-3/4", dia. 4-1/8"; the smallest h. 7-1/4", dia. 3-7/8" Notes: Detailed list of pieces available on request.
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
218 Edwardian Silverplate Three-Section Plateau, first quarter 20th century, Sheffield, possibly Pryor, Tyzack & Co., with a central rectangular section and two D-end sections, each with molded floral shell-and-scroll edge, plinth feet and fitted with a conforming mirrored plate. overall, 44-1/2" x 13"
Estimate: 700 - 1000
219 Set of Four Asprey & Co. Sterling Silver Corn-on-the-Cob Dishes, hallmarked London, 1992, oblong with naturalistic corncob decoration, with cob-holder notches and gilt interior. l. 8", w. 2-7/8", 38.48 total t. oz.
Estimate: 600 - 900
220 Ninety-Six Piece Set of English "Onslow" Sterling Silver Flatware, hallmarked London, 1955-1961, by Charles W. Fletcher & Son, Ltd., comprising a dozen eight-piece place settings, no monograms. 109.88 total t. oz. (weighable silver) Notes: Detailed list of pieces available on request.
Estimate: 3500 - 5000
221 Silverplate Whiskey Trolley, first quarter 20th century, probably English, in the form of a barrel cart, with chain-swag sides, working wheels and hinged yokeshaft, the barrel with stopper and tap. overall h. 9-1/4", l. 16-1/2"
Estimate: 600 - 900
      
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