Saleroom Lot Listings

Friday 9th February 2018

Live bidding auction of Antiques & Fine Arts including Designer Fashion items & wines.

Venue:

The Exchange Saleroom, Driffield YO25 6LD

Date / Saletime:

Friday 9th February 2018 @ 10:00

Viewing Times:

Wednesday 7th February, 10:00 - 18:00

Thursday 8th February, 10:00 - 16:00


  1. Est: £150 - £200

    A Victorian electroplated tea kettle on stand, by Elkington & Co., date letter 1885, of circular baluster form with floral engraved decoration, swing handle and pomegranate finial, raised on a burner stand with S scroll legs and pad feet, initialled C, height with handle raised, 42 cm, together with a matching coffee pot and tea pot (3).

    Est: £150 - £200 Sold: £120

    A Victorian electroplated tea

  2. Est: £70 - £90

    A Victorian pair of electroplated telescopic candlesticks, by Barker Brothers, circa 1860, with floral gadrooned borders and detachable sconces, height raised 28 cm, lowered 22.5 cm.

    Est: £70 - £90

    A Victorian pair of electropla

  3. Est: £80 - £120

    An electroplated tea urn by Mappin and Webb, the circular bowl, with reeded border raised on four legs terminating in paw feet, one handle detached, height 36cm

    Est: £80 - £120

    An electroplated tea urn by Ma

  4. Est: £80 - £120

    An electroplated four branch five light candelabra/ candlestick, the detachable arms with urn shape capitals and detachable sconces, to a tapering column and a navette shape base with reeded border, height 44cm, together with a pair of candlesticks, height 29cm (3)

    Est: £80 - £120

    An electroplated four branch f

  5. Est: £60 - £80

    A George III silver cream jug, by Charles Hougham, London 1778, of helmet form, raised on a pedestal foot, crimped border, height 11 cm, weight 2.5 oz.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £50

    A George III silver cream jug,

  6. Est: £60 - £80

    An Edwardian pair of silver vases, by William Comyns, London 1908, of tapering form raised on a spreading foot with embossed floral decoration, height 16.5 cm, loaded.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £110

    An Edwardian pair of silver va

  7. Est: £80 - £120

    An Edwardian silver miniature tea service, Birmingham 1905/08, comprising two tea pots, sugar bowl with tongs, milk jug (both stamped sterling), two cups and saucers, one spoon and a wooden based tray, length of tray 10 cm.

    Est: £80 - £120 Sold: £100

    An Edwardian silver miniature

  8. Est: £80 - £120

    A silver miniature tea and coffee service, London 1974, comprising tea pot, coffee pot, sugar bowl, milk jug and two handled tray, weight 2 oz, length of tray 15 cm.

    Est: £80 - £120 Sold: £55

    A silver miniature tea and cof

  9. Est: £60 - £80

    A collection of miniature silver, including a French wine ewer and three goblets, two cups and saucers and other wares.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £65

    A collection of miniature silv

  10. Est: £300 - £400

    A George I rare set of three silver miniature or toy dinner plates, by David Clayton, London circa 1720, of plain form, diameter 43 mm.
    David Clayton was a London silversmith renowned for producing miniatures and toys. Examples of his work may be seen in the Victoria and Albert Museum and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
    See Bonhams Edinburgh 02/12/2015 and the Milntown collection, Bonhams London 13/11/2013 for other examples of toy silverware.
    The 18th century marked an era of retail where children themselves were seen as valuable consumers and the idea of being born with a silver spoon in one's mouth appeared as a genuine possibility. The concept of doll houses, which originated in Germany and Holland, took hold of Britain and skilled silversmiths created charming accessories for these miniature homes. Most English silver toys were made in London, but shops also imported items from Holland. Although these houses offered entertainment for both children and ladies alike, they also played an important role in the education of young girls. They provided a visual display of how a lavish house should be kept, its accessories denoting the styles of the period and what was considered fashionable. This can be clearly seen in the differences between Georgian and Victorian silver toys. Whilst the first boasts a refined elegance through relatively plain designs, the fussy decoration of the latter indicates a stark change in taste.

    Est: £300 - £400 Sold: £350

    A George I rare set of three s

  11. Est: £70 - £90

    A French silver miniature skillet, bearing control marks, with pierced and cast handle, a French silver miniature milk churn, an Edwardian silver lidded saucepan, Birmingham 1908, and other silver miniature items.

    Est: £70 - £90 Sold: £70

    A French silver miniature skil

  12. Est: £70 - £90

    A Chinese silver cigarette case, the cover engraved with a mountain river scene with temple above, the interior with the same scene decorated with mixed metals, stamped sterling, 16 x 7.5 x 1 cm, weight 5 oz.

    Est: £70 - £90 Sold: £70

    A Chinese silver cigarette cas

  13. Est: £150 - £200

    A rectangular silver photograph frame, Sheffield 2000, of plain form, wooden back, 30 x 25 cm.

    Est: £150 - £200 Sold: £150

    A rectangular silver photograp

  14. Est: £100 - £150

    A George II and George III later decorated silver gilt pair of berry spoons and sifter spoon, London 1758, 1794 and 1798, with floral engraved decoration, weight 5 oz, case.

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £80

    A George II and George III lat

  15. Est: £100 - £150

    A 19th century silver mounted coconut cup, unmarked, the plain bowl with applied rim and three straps to a spreading pedestal foot, height 18 cm.

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £220

    A 19th century silver mounted

  16. Est: £100 - £150

    An Edwardian novelty silver roller skate pin cushion, by Crispin & Norris, Birmingham 1909, with revolving wheels, lacking cushion, height 5 cm.

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £140

    An Edwardian novelty silver ro

  17. Est: £60 - £80

    An Edwardian novelty silver elephant pin cushion, by Adie & Lovekin, Birmingham 1906, length 5 cm.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £130

    An Edwardian novelty silver el

  18. Est: £100 - £150

    A silver and ebony sgian-dubh, by Henry Tatton, Edinburgh 1918, the carved hilt in a knotted rope design with applied silver thistle mounts, to a silver mounted leather scabbard, length 20 cm.

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £170

    A silver and ebony sgian-dubh

  19. Est: £120 - £150

    A silver pair of candlesticks, Birmingham 1916, of oval baluster form, with detachable sconces, height 19.5 cm, loaded.

    Est: £120 - £150 Sold: £120

    A silver pair of candlesticks,

  20. Est: £60 - £80

    A William IV silver set of six Queen's pattern with honeysuckle heel tea spoons, by William Eley, London 1836, crested together with a matching pair of Victorian tongs, London 1868, 8.5 oz.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £100

    A William IV silver set of six

  21. Est: £120 - £150

    A Victorian silver set of six Old English dinner forks, by Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1900, initialled F, weight 17.5 oz.

    Est: £120 - £150 Sold: £190

    A Victorian silver set of six

  22. Est: £600 - £800

    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: £600 - £800

    A silver pair of Corinthian co

  23. Est: £600 - £800

    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: £600 - £800

    An Edwardian silver three ligh

  24. Est: £60 - £80

    A Victorian silver swing handle sugar basket, by Martin & Hall, Sheffield 1891, with embossed and pierced swag decoration, blue glass liner, height with handle raised 12 cm, weight 3.5 oz.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £80

    A Victorian silver swing handl

  25. Est: £60 - £80

    A Victorian silver sugar bowl, London 1875, of bowl form with embossed swag and leaf decoration, bead border, raised on three rams head capped spreading legs, height 9 cm, weight 5.5 oz.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £110

    A Victorian silver sugar bowl,

  26. Est: £50 - £70

    A Victorian pair of silver candlesticks, marks worn, Birmingham 1896, of fluted column form, raised on spreading bases with gadrooned border, height 11 cm, loaded.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £90

    A Victorian pair of silver can

  27. Est: £100 - £150

    A Victorian silver mounted scent bottle, London 1892, the hobnail glass body with a plain screw cap, diameter 9 cm, another with a cut glass body, London 1892, with a floral embossed screw cap and a third with a press moulded body, London 2000 with a plain hinged cap (3).

    Est: £100 - £150 Sold: £85

    A Victorian silver mounted sce

  28. Est: £250 - £300

    A George IV silver tea pot by Richard Pearce, London 1826, of oblong bellied form with a gadrooned border and leaf capped handle, raised on four ball feet, length 29cm, weight 20 oz

    Est: £250 - £300 Sold: £250

    A George IV silver tea pot by

  29. Est: £60 - £80

    A George III silver cream jug, by B.M, untraced, London 1781, of helmet form, with embossed floral decoration and leaf capped, double scroll handle, height 12 cm, weight 3 oz.

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £100

    A George III silver cream jug,

  30. Est: £50 - £70

    A George III silver cream jug, marks worn, circa 1780, with embossed village scene, leaf capped double scroll handle, 2.5 oz.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £100

    A George III silver cream jug,

  31. Est: £250 - £300

    A George III silver egg cruet, by Lewis Pantin Jnr III, London 1799, the quatrefoil frame raised on four ball feet, surmounted by a fixed salt pot, the urn shape egg cups, Lewis Pantin Jnr III over striking another, with reeded waist band and foot, crested, together with a set of four Victorian Old English egg spoons, London 1852, height 17 cm, weight 19.5 oz.
    Pantin was a sixth generation Huguenot silversmith whose family originally came from Rouen circa 1650.

    Est: £250 - £300 Sold: £600

    A George III silver egg cruet,

  32. Est: £60 - £80

    A George III silver castor, London 1788, of baluster form, with pull off cover, height 15 cm and a Victorian silver pair of peppers, Birmingham 1898, of baluster form with embossed decoration, weight combined 5 oz (3).

    Est: £60 - £80 Sold: £90

    A George III silver castor, Lo

  33. Est: £50 - £70

    A Edwardian silver and cut glass scent bottle, London 1903, the screw off cover with embossed floral decoration, embossed and pierced collar, to a globular body, height 13 cm.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £70

    A Edwardian silver and cut gla

  34. Est: £50 - £70

    A Victorian silver and cut glass scent bottle, Chester 1895, the hinged cover with embossed floral decoration, to a globular body, stopper, height 15 cm.

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £60

    A Victorian silver and cut gla

  35. Est: £50 - £70

    An Edwardian silver and cut glass scent bottle, London 1905, with silver collar and pull out stopper, together with two silver mounted scent bottles (3).

    Est: £50 - £70 Sold: £110

    An Edwardian silver and cut gl

  36. Est: £400 - £600

    A four piece tea and coffee service, by Viners, Sheffield 1956, of oval panelled baluster form, comprising, tea pot, hot water/coffee pot, sugar bowl and milk jug, with ebonised handles, height of coffee pot 23 cm, weight 57 oz.

    Est: £400 - £600 Sold: £500

    A four piece tea and coffee se