A Victorian silver oval snuff box, with gilt interior, by William Gibson & John Longman, London 1894, initialled and crested (John Vaughan 1830-1900), 3 inches (7.5cm) wide, weight 2.5 oz.
A silver trinket box, with repoussé decoration, the cover depicting a pastoral scene, by Bernhard Muller, Nuremberg, import marks for Chester 1899, 10.5cm long.
Katherine Pritchard, neé Vaughan (1881-1909), mother of Brigadier Vaughan; a silver-handled button-hook and matching shoehorn, inscribed “Xmas 1904”, hallmarks for Birmingham 1903, 7 inches (17.7cm) long, together with another shoehorn, Birmingham 1888, 11.75 inches (30cm) long, and three embossed silver clothes brushes, London 1895, and Sheffield 1902, and 1905, all variously monogrammed
Lady Jane Lane, who helped Charles II to escape capture following The Battle of Worcester, September 1651; a portrait miniature on copper, 3 inches x 2 inches (7.5cm x 5cm), indistinctly inscribed on reverse, probably 17th Century, now crudely trimmed to fit 20th Century associated gilt frame. Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958 (No.23).
Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), Bonnie Prince Charlie - The Young Pretender; a portrait miniature, on ivory (?), unexamined out of frame, 5.5cm x 4.0cm, in original parcel gilt and ebonised turned hardwood frame, 18th Century , frame cracked and repaired. Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958 (No.24).
Anne Carr; portrait miniature on ivory, after R. Cosway, 18th Century, together with a 19th Century associated frame. Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958 (No.10)
Katherine Pritchard, neé Vaughan (1881-1909), mother of Brigadier Vaughan; portrait miniature on ivory by Alyn Williams, R.M.S., founder and first president of The Royal Miniature Society, signed and dated 1906, 3.25 inches x 2.6 inches (8.2cm x 6.6cm), cracked, in monogrammed gilt oval frame. Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958 (No.34).
John Vaughan (1829-1900) and his wife Ellinor Anne Vaughan, neé Owen (1832-1917); a pair of portrait miniatures on ivory by M.G.B. Hall pinxt, 4.2 inches x 3.2 inches (10.5cm x 8cm), contained in inscribed gilt metal oval frames (2). Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958 (Nos. 30 and 33).
Major General John Vaughan, C.B (M), C.M.G, D.S.O; his portrait miniature on ivory wearing full military uniform, by Miss Dora Webb, R.M.S., 106 Burton Road, Melton Mowbray, 4.8 inches x 3.8 inches (12.3cm x 9.8cm), contained within a 9ct gold frame by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London 1915, weight of frame 30 grams. Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958 (No.142).
A George I Britannia Standard silver octagonal tea caddy, with domed cover, probably by William Fawdery, London 1722, later repairs and alterations to sliding cover, 4.75 inches (12cm) high, weight 6 oz. Bearing the crest of Edward Williames Vaughan Salisbury (1769-1807), Colonel 1st Battalion, 1st Regiment Foot Guards, who saw service in Flanders (1795-1797) and in the Peninsular war. He was the 2nd son of Sir Robert Howel Vaughan, 1st Baronet of Nannau. Later repairs and alterations to sliding cover.
A pair of George III Irish silver sauce boats, of fluted form, each with leaf capped scroll handle raised on hoof feet, Dublin, circa 1760, maker’s mark indistinct, crested, some repairs, 7 inches (17.8cm) long, total weight 14 oz (2).
A pair of early George III silver half-pint tankards, of slightly waisted form, each with scroll handle on moulded foot, by Thomas Whipham & Charles Wright, London 1764, crested, repair to edge of base of one tankard, 3.8 inches (9.7cm) high, total weight 16 oz.