Saleroom Lot Listings

Friday 10th August 2018

Our Summer Antique and Fine Art auction is a live bidding auction of over 400 lots.

Venue:

The Exchange Saleroom, Driffield, YO25 6LD

Date / Saletime:

Friday 10th August 2018 @ 10:00

Viewing Times:

Wednesday 8th August, 10:00 - 19:00

Thursday 9th August, 10:00 - 16:00

Friday 10th August, 9:00 - 10:00


  1. Est: £50 - £60

    A pair of electroplated two branch, two light candelabra, the removable scrolling arms with urn sconces, raised on a square tapering column to a spreading foot, height 18.5 cm.

    Est: £50 - £60 Sold: £55

    A pair of electroplated two br

  2. Est: £50 - £60

    An electroplated cocktail mixer, by P. H. V. & Co., of tapering form with a tusk handle, height 23.5 cm

    Est: £50 - £60 Sold: £20

    An electroplated cocktail mixe

  3. Est: £40 - £50

    A pair of George III silver bright cut sugar tongs, by Hester Bateman, makers mark and lion passant only, circa 1780, contemporary initials.

    Est: £40 - £50

    A pair of George III silver br

  4. Est: £50 - £70

    A George III silver pair of Old English and bead pattern table spoons, London 1777, contemporary initials to the reverse, 4 oz.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £45

    A George III silver pair of Ol

  5. Est: £50 - £70

    A Victorian silver apostle set of six tea spoons, sugar tongs and sugar sifter spoon, Birmingham 1896, with twist handles and shell bowls, case,

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £40

    A Victorian silver apostle set

  6. Est: £120 - £150

    An Edwardian silver dressing table tray, by J.J., Chester 1902, of rectangular form with embossed and chased floral decoration, 20 x 29 cm, weight 11 oz.

    Est: £120 - £150 Sold: £120

    An Edwardian silver dressing t

  7. Est: £70 - £90

    A Victorian silver table bell, by S.W. Smith & Co., Birmingham 1889, of domed form with embossed and pierced floral decoration, raised on three paw feet, diameter 10 cm.

    Est: £70 - £90 Sold: £160

    A Victorian silver table bell,

  8. Est: £220 - £260

    A Chinese silver coin mounted dish, by Wang Hing, Hong Kong, another by Zee Sung and a third by Nanking, combined weight 6 oz.

    Est: £220 - £260 Sold: £380

    A Chinese silver coin mounted

  9. Est: £50 - £70

    A silver and enamel circular compact, Birmingham 1960, the hinged cover with a red rose on white guilloche enamel decoration, together with an Art Deco electroplated and enamel compact with floral on cream guilloche enamel decoration (2).

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £80

    A silver and enamel circular c

  10. Est: £50 - £70

    An Edwardian silver tobacco box, Birmingham 1903, of circular form, monogram, diameter 3.5 oz.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £45

    An Edwardian silver tobacco bo

  11. Est: £500 - £700

    A George III and later four piece tea and coffee service, London 1804, Sheffield 1898 and 1900, of panel form with gadrooned borders, raised on four ball feet, comprising tea pot (S 1898), coffee pot (S 1900), sugar bowl and milk jug (both L 1804), weight 51 oz.

    Est: £500 - £700 Sold: £430

    A George III and later four pi

  12. Est: £50 - £70

    A Victorian silver pair of baskets, by Nathan & Haynes, Birmingham 1894, of square form with pierced and embossed floral and swag decoration, raised on a pierced foot, 12.5 x 12.5 cm, weight 4 oz.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £40

    A Victorian silver pair of bas

  13. Est: £60 - £80

    An Indian white metal bowl, unmarked, of lobed design with floral embossed and chased panels, raised on four ball feet, diameter 25cm, weight 11 oz.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £85

    An Indian white metal bowl, un

  14. Est: £50 - £60

    J. Tostrup, a Norwegian silver and enamel dish, Olso, circa 1960/70, of circular form with an embossed white enamel reindeer running through foliage, diameter 13.5 cm, weight 2.5 oz.

    Est: £50 - £60 Sold: £30

    J. Tostrup, a Norwegian silver

  15. Est: £350 - £400

    A silver entree dish, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1934, of oval two handled form with gadrooned borders, weight 32 oz.

    Est: £350 - £400 Sold: £280

    A silver entree dish, by Walke

  16. Est: £100 - £150

    An Edwardian silver gravy boat, London 1906, with wavy border, leaf capped double scroll handle, raised on three leaf capped pad feet, length 18 cm, weight 9.5 oz.

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £80

    An Edwardian silver gravy boat

  17. Est: £50 - £70

    A silver tea caddy, Chester 1927, of plain oval form, pull off cover, height 8 cm, weight 2.5 oz.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £140

    A silver tea caddy, Chester 19

  18. Est: £60 - £80

    An Edwardian silver tea caddy, Birmingham 1905, of rectangular panelled form with reeded border, hinged cover, height 7.5 cm, weight 5.5 oz.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £85

    An Edwardian silver tea caddy,

  19. Est: £60 - £80

    A silver two handled trophy cup, Birmingham 1951, of geometric form, uninscribed, height 16 cm, weight 8.5 oz.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £80

    A silver two handled trophy cu

  20. Est: £150 - £200

    A silver two handled presentation rose bowl, Birmingham 1935, of baluster form, raised on a stem, cherub handles, inscribed "Hockey Trophy, Burcot High Grange School, diameter 18 cm, weight 19 oz.

    Est: £150 - £200 Sold: £180

    A silver two handled presentat

  21. Est: £250 - £300

    An Edwardian silver and tortoiseshell three piece dressing table set, by William Comyns, London 1906/7, comprising a shaped tray inset with a Belle Epoque cartouche and swag motif, 21 x 29 cm, a hand mirror and a hair brush (3).

    Est: £250 - £300 Sold: £200

    An Edwardian silver and tortoi

  22. Est: £300 - £350

    An Indian silver presentation salver, stamped SILVER, of shaped circular form with an applied Celtic border, raised on four scroll feet, inscribed and dated ".....The staff of Parry & Co Ltd, Madras, 1961", diameter 31 cm, weight 36 oz.

    Est: £300 - £350 Sold: £320

    An Indian silver presentation

  23. Est: £60 - £80

    A silver gravy boat, Sheffield 1934, with wavy border, scroll handle, raised on three pad feet, length 19 cm, weight 6 oz.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £50

    A silver gravy boat, Sheffield

  24. Est: £50 - £60

    A silver sugar castor, Birmingham 1964, of octagonal baluster form, pull off cover, height 17 cm, weight 5 oz.

    Est: £50 - £60 Sold: £45

    A silver sugar castor, Birming

  25. Est: £50 - £70

    A silver pair of candlesticks, Birmingham 1928, with tulip form sconces to a tapering column with a spreading foot, height 16.5 cm, loaded.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £120

    A silver pair of candlesticks,

  26. Est: £80 - £120

    A silver eight piece condiment set, by Adie Bros., Birmingham 1925, of plain circular form, comprising two mustard pots, two pepper pots (one missing) and four open salt pots, blue glass liners, original matching spoons, case.

    Est: £80 - £120 Sold: £40

    A silver eight piece condiment

  27. Est: £700 - £900

    A George II silver coffee pot, by Peter Archambo II & Peter Meure, London 1756, of baluster form with vase finial, reeded spout, raised on a spreading foot, ivory double scroll handle, height 21 cm, weight 21 oz.
    Peter Archambo's Huguenot father, Peter I, was a contemporary of Paul de Lamerie; his most important client being the 2nd Earl of Warrington whom he made an extensive collection of silver. Peter II was apprenticed to Lamerie in December 1938 and made Free in 1747, when he entered into a partnership with his cousin Meure at the same address as his father, the Golden Cup, Coventry Street. He died in 1768 and Meure continued on his own.

    Est: £700 - £900 Sold: £600

    A George II silver coffee pot,

  28. Est: £1000 - £1500

    A French cast silver pair of two light candelabra, by Georges Fouquet-Lapar for Leon Lapar, Minerva 1st standard 1838 to 1919 mark, stamped L. Lapar, sr. (successor) de Beguin, Paris over GFL makers mark, the bases cast with rocaille, with openwork stem and two leafy branches, removable sconces, numbered 21156 and 21157, height 15 cm, weight 58 oz.
    The makers mark is for Georges Fouquet-Lapar, who registered his own mark in 1897 after apprenticing under his father in law Leon Lapar. Georges took over the firm in 1897 and registered his own mark on July 5th 1897. His mark shows his three initials topping a silversmith's chisel.
    Leon Lapar took over Louis Beguin's workshop at 16 rue de Choiseul in 1878 and then moved it to number 25 Rue de Choiseul, close to the Opera House. Lapar registered his own mark on February 12th 1878 and cancelled it on July 5th 1897.
    See lot 199, Sotheby's New York, 16th April 2015 for a similar three branch pair.

    Est: £1000 - £1500 Sold: £950

    A French cast silver pair of t

  29. Est: £70 - £90

    A Regency LCD digital gilt metal gentleman's wristwatch, the ribbed case to a matching bracelet, with unrelated Seiko receipt, Seiko case and Seiko instructions.

    Est: £70 - £90 Sold: £120

    A Regency LCD digital gilt met

  30. Est: £150 - £200

    Tissot, a 9ct gold manual wind ladies wristwatch, London 1972, the silver dial with baton markings to an integral textured woven bracelet, gross weight 27 grams.

    Est: £150 - £200 Sold: £210

    Tissot, a 9ct gold manual wind

  31. Est: £80 - £120

    A 1908 half sovereign.

    Est: £80 - £120 Sold: £95

    A 1908 half sovereign.

  32. Est: £80 - £120

    A 1912 half sovereign.

    Est: £80 - £120 Sold: £95

    A 1912 half sovereign.

  33. Est: £250 - £300

    A gold panel link bracelet, stamped 14K, composed of alternate floral engraved and ribbed panels, length 18cm, weight 19 grams.

    Est: £250 - £300 Sold: £180

    A gold panel link bracelet, st

  34. Est: £140 - £160

    A 9ct gold hinged bangle, Birmingham 1968, the front panel with floral engraved decoration, weight 18 grams.

    Est: £140 - £160 Sold: £170

    A 9ct gold hinged bangle, Birm

  35. Est: £200 - £250

    A 9ct gold brick link bracelet, weight 22 grams.

    Est: £200 - £250 Sold: £210

    A 9ct gold brick link bracelet

  36. Est: £500 - £700

    An 18ct gold three stone diamond ring, claw set with graduated brilliant cut stones, total weight approximately 1.0 cts, size R 1/2.

    Est: £500 - £700

    An 18ct gold three stone diamo