Saleroom Lot Listings

Friday 11th May 2018

This years Spring Sale will feature some fine watches, paintings, jewellery and furniture.

Venue:

The Exchange Saleroom, Exchange Street, Driffield, YO25 6LD

Date / Saletime:

Friday 11th May 2018 @ 10:00

Viewing Times:

Wednesday 9th May, 10:00 - 18:00

Thursday 10th May, 10:00 - 16:00

Friday 11th May, 9:00 - 10:00


  1. Est: £50 - £70

    A Victorian electroplated dessert service, composed of a pair of grape scissors, two nut crackers and two mother of pearl handled pickers, case, together with a pair of electroplated grape scissors, case (2).

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £50

    A Victorian electroplated dess

  2. Est: £50 - £70

    A George III provincial pair of Old English pattern silver sugar tongs, by Edward Jackson, York, circa 1820, makers mark, duty mark and lion passant only, initialled and an early 19th century Dutch silver gilt spoon, bearing reimport axe mark, length 18 cm (2).

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £55

    A George III provincial pair o

  3. Est: £500 - £700

    A silver part canteen of Old English pattern cutlery, Sheffield 1925, comprising twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks, six dessert spoons and six tea spoons, initialled E.K.C., weight 57 oz.

    Est: £500 - £700 Sold: £560

    A silver part canteen of Old E

  4. Est: £800 - £1200

    A French silver part canteen of cutlery, by P.D.R, Minerva 950 standard, circa late 19th century, of plain form with a reeded border, comprising sixteen table spoons, six dessert spoons, six tea spoons, nine table forks, six dessert forks, nine table knives, six dessert knives (both with replacement Walker & Hall blades), monogrammed to one side and initialled the other, weight of weighable silver 84 oz.
    Monogram of Edmund Gustavus, 6th Prince Batthyany-Strattmann (1826 -1914). Edmund was the son of 5th Prince Gustavus Batthyany-Strattmann, a wealthy and landed Hungarian nobleman whose passion was race horses, winning the Derby in 1875. Edmund was a competitive yachtsman with "Flying Cloud" and he and his unmarried younger brother Gustavus were the last in the male line of Count Ludwig Batthyany (1696-1765). He had a stud near Driffield and employed John Woodcock to manage it; by descent from the Woodcock family.

    Est: £800 - £1200 Sold: £900

    A French silver part canteen o

  5. Est: £80 - £120

    An Edwardian silver set of six Old English pattern dessert spoons, Sheffield 1903, initialled J.M. weight 9 oz.
    J.M. for Captain James Mortimer.

    Est: £80 - £120 Sold: £80

    An Edwardian silver set of six

  6. Est: £50 - £70

    An Edwardian silver set of six tea spoons and tongs, Sheffield 1903, case, weight 3.5 oz.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £40

    An Edwardian silver set of six

  7. Est: £60 - £80

    A Victorian pair of silver Kings pattern sugar tongs, London 1843, a George III bright cut pair, London 1818, two pairs of Victorian fiddle pattern tongs, London 1844 and Exeter 1843 and a George III Old English pattern pair, London 1804, weight 6.5 oz (5),

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £80

    A Victorian pair of silver Kin

  8. Est: £50 - £70

    A Victorian silver and mother of pearl fruit knife, by Hilliard & Thompson, Birmingham 1867, the ornate cover engraved with fruit, three other examples, Birmingham 1894, Sheffield 1897 and 1921, together with a similar page turner (5).

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £85

    A Victorian silver and mother

  9. Est: £60 - £80

    A silver set of four Old English pattern sauce ladles, by Viners, Sheffield 1939, length 13 cm, weight 3.5 oz.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £45

    A silver set of four Old Engli

  10. Est: £50 - £60

    A George III silver and whalebone toddy ladle, makers mark worn, London 1808, the oval bowl with reeded border and bright cut engraved shaft, twist handle, length 34 cm.

    Est: £50 - £60 Sold: £50

    A George III silver and whaleb

  11. Est: £50 - £60

    A Victorian silver set of six untraced pattern tea spoons, by Francis Higgins, London 1866, initialled R, weight 6 oz.

    Est: £50 - £60 Sold: £55

    A Victorian silver set of six

  12. Est: £50 - £60

    A Victorian silver knife, by Hilliard & Thompson, Birmingham 1878, the handle with embossed corn on the cob decoration, the blade with engraved scroll decoration, length 25 cm, case

    Est: £50 - £60 Sold: £35

    A Victorian silver knife, by H

  13. Est: £800 - £1200

    A Victorian silver canteen of fiddle pattern cutlery for twelve place settings, by Thomas, Walter & Henry Holland, London 1896, comprising 4 table spoons, dessert spoons, tea spoons (by Jackson & Fullerton, London 1900), table forks (6 by George Adams, London 1881, initialled R), dessert forks (1895), 2 gravy ladles, a basting spoon and a soup ladle (by George Adams, London 1874), initialled W, weight 109 oz.

    Est: £800 - £1200

    A Victorian silver canteen of

  14. Est: £1200 - £1500

    An Edwardian silver Kings pattern with diamond heel part canteen of cutlery, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1908, comprising; twelve table spoons, ten dessert spoons, twelve table forks, ten dessert forks, two sauce ladles, together with two Victorian matching sauce ladles by Hyam Hyams, London 1868, approximately 130 oz.

    Est: £1200 - £1500 Sold: £1050

    An Edwardian silver Kings patt

  15. Est: £70 - £90

    A silver and enamel set of six coffee spoons, by Barker Ellis, Birmingham 1974, each decorated with a different flower, white enamel handles, length 9.5 cm, weight 2 oz.

    Est: £70 - £90 Sold: £65

    A silver and enamel set of six

  16. Est: £60 - £80

    A Victorian tortoiseshell, silver, gold and ivory cigarette/aide memoire case, the cover with a vacant cartouche, opening to reveal an ivory card and pencil, 11 x 7 x 2cm.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £100

    A Victorian tortoiseshell, sil

  17. Est: £50 - £70

    An Edwardian silver and mother of pearl rattle, Birmingham 1903, with embossed decoration and four bells, length 8 cm.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £65

    An Edwardian silver and mother

  18. Est: £50 - £70

    A Victorian silver cast novelty caddy spoon, Birmingham 1895, in the form of a shell, length 5 cm, weight 0.5 oz.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £170

    A Victorian silver cast novelt

  19. Est: £150 - £200

    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: £150 - £200

    A silver eight piece condiment

  20. Est: £100 - £150

    A silver gravy boat, by Barker Bros., Chester 1913, with a gadrooned border, leaf capped scroll handle, raised on three shell capped shell feet, length 17 cm, weight 8 oz, initialled and dated 1927.

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £70

    A silver gravy boat, by Barker

  21. Est: £150 - £200

    A George III silver two handled sugar bowl, by Joseph Angell, London 1816, of oval form with half fluted decoration, gadrooned border, leaf capped handles, raised on four paw feet, gilt interior, length 20.5 cm, weight 9.5 oz, monogrammed with coronet.
    Monogram of Edmund Gustavus, 6th Prince Batthyany-Strattmann (1826 -1914).

    Est: £150 - £200 Sold: £160

    A George III silver two handle

  22. Est: £350 - £450

    A silver four piece tea and coffee service, Birmingham 1960, of baluster form with a gadrooned border, raised on a spreading foot, comprising; tea pot, coffee/hot water pot (lacking muslin bag ring), sugar bowl and milk jug, height of coffee pot 16 cm, weight 46 oz.

    Est: £350 - £450 Sold: £400

    A silver four piece tea and co

  23. Est: £50 - £70

    A silver three piece cruet, Sheffield 1973, of baluster form with gadrooned borders, raised on four pad feet, comprising; mustard pot, salt pot pepper pot, salt and mustard spoon (one 1903), blue glass liners, case.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £45

    A silver three piece cruet, Sh

  24. Est: £90 - £120

    A silver five piece cruet, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1911, of baluster form, raised on four pad feet, comprising; mustard pot, two salt pots, two pepper pots, one mustard spoon, blue glass liners, case.

    Est: £90 - £120 Sold: £85

    A silver five piece cruet, by

  25. Est: £400 - £600

    A silver pair of Corinthian column candlesticks, Birmingham 1928, with acanthus leaf capitals and beaded and stepped bases, detachable sconces, height 32 cm, loaded.

    Est: £400 - £600

    A silver pair of Corinthian co

  26. Est: £400 - £600

    An Edwardian silver three light, two branch candelabra, by Thomas Bradbury and Son, London 1907, the scrolling branches with urn shape capitals, detachable sconce, to a tapering oval column with a fluted base, height 45 cm, weight of branches 25 oz, column loaded.

    Est: £400 - £600 Sold: £300

    An Edwardian silver three ligh

  27. Est: £50 - £70

    A silver christening mug, London 1940, of barrel form, with engraved ribbed decoration, inscribed, A.C. 1942, height 7 cm, weight 3 oz.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £40

    A silver christening mug, Lond

  28. Est: £80 - £120

    An Edwardian silver mirror, by Saunders and Shepherd, Birmingham 1905, the bevelled glass with an Art Nouveau floral border, mounted on an oak panel, 30 x 22 cm.

    Est: £80 - £120 Sold: £50

    An Edwardian silver mirror, by

  29. Est: £50 - £60

    A silver dish, by Viners, Sheffield 1955, of circular pedestal form with a pierced border, diameter 15 cm, weight 5 oz.

    Est: £50 - £60 Sold: £45

    A silver dish, by Viners, Shef

  30. Est: £150 - £200

    An Edwardian silver hot water pot, London 1903, of baluster form with a vase finial and double scroll ebony handle, height 17 cm, weight 14 oz.

    Est: £150 - £200 Sold: £130

    An Edwardian silver hot water

  31. Est: £200 - £250

    A. E. Jones - a silver coffee/hot water pot, London 1913, of baluster form raised on a fluted pedestal base, ebony finial, initialled R, height 23 cm, weight 13.5 oz.

    Est: £200 - £250 Sold: £130

    A. E. Jones - a silver coffee/

  32. Est: £280 - £320

    A silver three piece tea service, Birmingham 1932, of baluster form with lobed corners, comprising tea pot, sugar bowl and milk jug, initialled R, length of tea pot 30 cm, weight 31 oz.

    Est: £280 - £320 Sold: £280

    A silver three piece tea servi

  33. Est: £50 - £70

    An Edwardian set of eleven pointed tea spoons and tongs, by Walker & Hall, Chester 1907, with floral engraved decoration, weight 7.5 oz, case.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £80

    An Edwardian set of eleven poi

  34. Est: £50 - £60

    A "Lindisfarne" silver cigarette box, by Adie Bros., Birmingham 1959, the engine turned hinged cover with rose border, raised on four Lindisfarne feet, 10.5 x 9 x 5 cm.
    Sold with a Lindisfarne silver booklet by Reid & Sons of Newcastle.

    Est: £50 - £60 Sold: £75

    A "Lindisfarne" silver cigaret

  35. Est: £100 - £150

    A "Lindisfarne" silver waiter, by Reid & Sons, Birmingham 1958, of circular form with Lindisfarne border, raised on three pad feet, diameter 21 cm, weight 11.5 oz.

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £110

    A "Lindisfarne" silver waiter,

  36. Est: £70 - £90

    A silver pair of square baskets, Birmingham 1927, with pierced decoration, weight 2 oz and a hexagonal silver dish, London 1976, with pierced decoration, weight 3 oz (3).

    Est: £70 - £90 Sold: £50

    A silver pair of square basket