Chilcotts Auction - Page 2

  • Lot 13 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 13

    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.

  • Lot 14 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 14

    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.

  • Lot 15 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 15

    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

  • Lot 16 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 16

    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).

  • Lot 17 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 17

    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).

  • Lot 18 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 18

    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)

  • Lot 19 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 19

    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).

  • Lot 20 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 20

    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).

  • Lot 21 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 21

    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).

  • Lot 22 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 22

    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.

  • Lot 23 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 23

    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).

  • Lot 24 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 24

    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.