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October 7, 2006 10:00AMCalender

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  • George I Silver Caudle Cup

    Lot: 1
    Sold for: $3,055$2,600

    George I Silver Caudle Cup, London, 1718, Joseph Clare, maker, base of body with reeding and fluting, chased and embossed with cartouche topped by cherub mask, engraved with two monograms and more ...

  • Early Georgian Silver Tankard

    Lot: 2
    Sold for: $2,468$2,100

    Early Georgian Silver Tankard, London, c. 1724, maker's mark RB, possibly Richard Bigge, cylindrical, with cast ear handle with scrolled thumbpiece, flat tapered lid, on slightly flared foot, later more ...

  • George II Silver Powder Jar with Charles II Inset-Lid

    Lot: 3
    Sold for: $1,645$1,400

    George II Silver Powder Jar with Charles II Inset-Lid, London, 1741, Richard Beale, maker, oval, with reeded rims, the lid chased and embossed with scene of Apollo and Daphne in the forest, bearing more ...

  • George II Silver Salver

    Lot: 4
    Sold for: $588$500

    George II Silver Salver, London, 1743, Joseph Sanders, maker, with ogee molded shell-accented rim, on three scroll feet, dia. 1/4 in., approx. 13 troy oz. more ...

  • George II Silver Pitcher

    Lot: 5
    Sold for: $9,988$8,500

    George II Silver Pitcher, London, 1749, William Hunter, maker, pear shaped, with short spout, cast scroll handle, on low spreading foot, engraved below spout with rocaille coat of arms, ht. 8 in., more ...

  • George II Silver Hot Water Pot

    Lot: 6
    Sold for: $411$350

    George II Silver Hot Water Pot, London, 1753, Richard Gurney & Co., makers, baluster form, with domed lid with spiral reeded egg-shaped finial, short fluted spout, serpentine handle, on low flaring more ...

  • George III Silver Lidded Chafing Dish

    Lot: 7
    Sold for: $2,115$1,800

    George III Silver Lidded Chafing Dish, London, 1768, Septimus and James Crespell, rectangular, with rounded corners, with gadrooned upper rim, turned ivory handles with scrolled arms, one side with more ...

  • George III Silver Teapot

    Lot: 8
    Sold for: $382$325

    George III Silver Teapot, London, 1774, William Vincent, maker, plain oval, with straight spout, fruitwood ear handle, flat lid with oval fruitwood finial, ht. 4 1/2 in., approx. 11 troy oz. more ...

  • George III Reticulated Silver Basket

    Lot: 9
    Sold for: $1,880$1,600

    George III Reticulated Silver Basket, London, 1775, Burrage Davenport, maker, oval, on reeded reticulated foot, base of body stamped with acanthus and wavy band, sides with navette, reed, scroll and more ...

  • Four George III Silver Table Spoons

    Lot: 10
    Sold for: $235$200

    Four George III Silver Table Spoons, London, 1777 and 1781, Hester Bateman, maker, all with back-tipt handle, lg. 8 1/2 in., approx. 7 troy oz. more ...

  • Six George III Silver Tablespoons

    Lot: 10A
    Sold for: $264$225

    Six George III Silver Tablespoons, comprising two pairs by Hester Bateman, London, one 1778, with bright cut monogram, the other 1784; and an Exeter pair later modified as berry spoons, 1767, G. more ...

  • George III Silver Salver

    Lot: 11
    Sold for: $558$475

    George III Silver Salver, London, 1778, Thomas Heming, maker, round, with ogee molded rim with beaded edge, on tapered legs with shell-topped feet, engraved to center with Marquess' crest, dia. 8 more ...

  • George III Silver Claret Jug

    Lot: 12
    Sold for: $9,988$8,500

    George III Silver Claret Jug, London, 1778, maker's mark IR, possibly John Rowe, vasiform, short spout with beaded rim, lid with finial formed as reclining jester, partially rattan wrapped loop more ...

  • Two English Gold-washed Silver Vinaigrettes

    Lot: 13
    Sold for: $823$700

    Two English Gold-washed Silver Vinaigrettes, one c. 1786, with heavy engine turned lid and finely pierced and embossed grille, lg. 2, the other Birmingham, William IV/early Victorian, with foliate more ...

  • Six Georgian Silver Flatware Items

    Lot: 14
    Sold for: $176$150

    Six Georgian Silver Flatware Items, London, comprising three featherbanded sauce ladles, 1791, Peter and Anne Bateman, makers; a toddy ladle with twisted baleen handle, c. 1777, maker's mark rubbed; more ...

  • George III Silver Tea Caddy

    Lot: 15
    Sold for: $764$650

    George III Silver Tea Caddy, London, 1795, John Wren, maker, ovoid, the slightly domed lid with ovoid fruitwood finial, reeded rims, with later floral and cartouche chasing and embossing, ht. 4 3/4 more ...

  • George III Silver Creamer

    Lot: 16
    Sold for: $206$175

    George III Silver Creamer, London, 1796, maker's mark AT, helmet shaped, on trumpet foot with square base, reeded loop handle, body with bright cut engraved monogrammed shield, ht. 5 in., approx. 3 more ...

  • George III Silver Teapot

    Lot: 17
    Sold for: $1,116$950

    George III Silver Teapot, London, 1797, John Moore, maker, ovoid, with vertical fluting to sides, with straight spout, slightly domed lid with octagonal ivory finial, ivory ear handle, bright cut more ...

  • George III Silver Salver

    Lot: 18
    Sold for: $1,058$900

    George III Silver Salver, Newcastle, 1798, John Walton, maker, stepped rim with guilloche and rocaille shells, interior border later engraved with C-scrolls enclosing flowerheads, on four more ...

  • George III Silver and Silver Plate Kettle on Stand

    Lot: 19
    Sold for: $3,290$2,800

    George III Silver and Silver Plate Kettle on Stand, base hallmarked for London, 1798, leg with maker's mark for Daniel Pontifex, ovoid, reeded rims, body with reeding to base of body and to the more ...

  • Three Small Silver Articles

    Lot: 20
    Sold for: $294$250

    Three Small Silver Articles, England/Europe, comprising a French silver tea strainer, dia. 2, a bright cut George III scent vial with glass liner, Birmingham, 1799, maker's mark rubbed, ht. 2; and a more ...

  • Nine Silver Tea Caddy Spoons

    Lot: 21
    Sold for: $2,233$1,900

    Nine Silver Tea Caddy Spoons, 18th/19th century, six George III/William IV; two shovel form with carved ivory or coral handles, one hand-form, acorn-form, grapeleaf, and gold-washed shell shaped; more ...

  • Pair of Georgian Weighted Sheffield Plate Candlesticks

    Lot: 22
    Sold for: $823$700

    Pair of Georgian Weighted Sheffield Plate Candlesticks, late 18th-early 19th century, removable nozzle with gadrooned rim, columnar stem stamped with vertical oak leaf bands, with Corinthian more ...

  • Sheffield Plate Dish Cross

    Lot: 23
    Sold for: $264$225

    Sheffield Plate Dish Cross, late 18th/early 19th century, of typical form, on quatrefoil feet, lg. 12 5/8 in. more ...

  • Four Georgian Sheffield Plate Candlesticks

    Lot: 24
    Sold for: $353$300

    Four Georgian Sheffield Plate Candlesticks, late 18th/early 19th century, columnar stem with drapery swag to top, fluting to bottom, on tapered square loaded base with beaded rims, ht. 10 5/8 in. more ...

  • British Colonial Silver Soup Ladle

    Lot: 25
    Sold for: $1,410$1,200

    British Colonial Silver Soup Ladle, 19th century, marked for Burke, St. Kitts, with backtipt fiddle stem and ovoid bowl, lg. 14 1/2 in., approx. 9 troy oz. more ...

  • British Silver Plate Argyle

    Lot: 26
    Sold for: $588$500

    British Silver Plate Argyle, 19th century, ovoid with flaring base, domed lid with ball finial, gadrooned neck rim, with fruitwood handle set at right angle to the slender serpentine pouring spout, more ...

  • George III Silver Tankard

    Lot: 27
    Sold for: $1,763$1,500

    George III Silver Tankard, London, 1800, Peter, Anne and William Bateman, makers, cylindrical, with domed lid, serpentine handle with openwork trefoil thumbpiece, later chased and embossed with all more ...

  • George III Silver Saucepan

    Lot: 28
    Sold for: $353$300

    George III Silver Saucepan, London, 1802, W. Fountain, maker, tapered cylindrical, with horizontal bands at base, with turned fruitwood handle, dia. 4 in., approx. 9 troy oz. more ...

  • George III Silver Tea Tray

    Lot: 30
    Sold for: $3,290$2,800

    George III Silver Tea Tray, London, 1804, maker's mark WB, possibly Walter Brind or William Bayley, oval, with gadrooned rim, inner rim engraved with Greek key band, with reeded handles with more ...