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Silver is still very much at home!

Silver is still proving to be a popular item for bidders, if these results are anything to go by from our London auction on 10th February.

Lot 220

A Fine quality Martin Hall & Co silver claret jug, London, 1876/7. Finely cast with winged nymph and repousse floral decoration, central cartouche having Virtus Invidae Scopus family crest.
Estimate - £1000 - £1500
Sold for £1800

Lot 221

A 19th Century Chinese Silver export teapot with Dragon finial and Bamboo decoration.
Estimate - £80 - £120
Sold for £1,200

Lot 241

A collection of silver presentation cups and a silver mounted ebonised base, mostly Horse related.
Estimate - £80 - £120
Sold for £260

Lot 243

A Barr, Mooring & Co silver cake bowl/basket with Griffin finials supported by 3 griffin legs, London, 1903/4.
Estimate - £80 - £120
Sold for £220

Lot 229

A Minshull & Latimer silver tray, Birmingham, 1896/7, decorated with floral edge work.
Estimate - £150 - £250
Sold for £330

Lot 227

An extensive solid silver cutlery service, decorated with scallop finial London, 1904/5, Approx. 4250g.
Estimate - £500 - £800
Sold for £1,200

Lot 224

A 19th Century Colonial Indian Silver Tankard with Lizard handle.
Estimate - £120 - £180
Sold for £480

Lot 257

A 19th Century silver mounted swagger stick and a silver mounted Victorian cypher officers buckle.
Estimate - £100 - £150
Sold for £260

Lot 245

A Daniel Charles & Houle silver goblet decorated with flowers and two empty cartouches. London, 1865/6.
Estimate - £60 - £80
Sold for £400

Lot 263

2 sets of Asprey cased silver Owl menu holders, with inset butterscotch eyes. 8 in total. Marks for Asprey & Co, London 1969/70.
Estimate - £500 - £600
Sold for £750

Lot 212

A Goldsmiths and Silversmiths silver twin handled Art Nouveau centre piece, dated 1900/01, original green glass liner.
Estimate - £250 - £350
Sold for £1,800

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