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Wed 26 Jun

A group of silver flatware and other items. Various dates and makers. The group including: six Victorian Fiddle pattern teaspoons, London, four 1856 and two 1859, Henry Holland, with engraved initials to terminals, 14.3cm long; a part set of five George V coffee spoons, Sheffield, 1914, Joseph Rodgers & Sons, with Hanoverian rat-tail pattern, 12.6cm long; a George III teaspoon, 1816, William Bateman, with initials engraved to terminal, 13.2cm long; a capstan inkwell, Birmingham, 1921, Williams (Birmingham), liner deficient, base filled, 10.3cm wide; an Edwardian cream jug, Birmingham, 1910, maker's mark rubbed, with scrolling handle and scalloped rim, raised on three pad feet, 8cm high (inc. handle); a posy vase, Sheffield, 1918, Walker & Hall, with knopped stem to a stepped circular foot and with flared rim, engraved with initials and dated 1918 to body, base filled, 21.5cm high; a sugar caster with plastic liner, Birmingham, 1938, Joseph Gloster, of baluster form, with engine turned design, 17cm high; a set of six coffee bean spoons, Birmingham, 1922, Hukin & Heath, 10cm long; five Edwardian fruit knives 1910, Cooper Brothers & Sons, 16.8cm long, and a further Edwardian fruit knife, Sheffield, 1905, John Sanderson, 17.4cm long, all with steel blades and filled handles, in associated case; a German coffee spoon, 800 standard, the pierced handle decorated with roses and a putto, 10.3cm long, a pocket watch; and other items, total weighable silver approx. 19.6ozt (a lot)

Estim. 200 - 400 GBP