A George III Old English shell pattern ladle, London 1764, maker’s mark indistinct, 6.75 inches (17.2cm) long; together with a contemporary pair of scissor sugar tongs, maker’s mark “A.O.”, both bearing Pritchard crest.
An early George III silver cheese slice, with fruitwood handle, by Richard Richardson (II or III), Chester 1764-70, maker’s mark and lion passant only, bearing the crest of Robert Howel Vaughan (later 1st Baronet), 10.5 inches (26.5cm) long.
A George III silver inkstand, of rectangular form with gadrooned borders raised on ball and claw feet, containing a silver topped cut-glass sander and inkwell, the other inkwell now missing, by Edward Aldridge, London 1769, 8.5 inches x 5.5 inches (21.5cm x 14cm), weight 12 oz.
A pair of George III silver waiters, with shell pattern shaped borders, Ebenezer Coker, London 1772, 6 inches (15cm) diameter, weight 15 oz. Nannau Schedule of Contents 1958 (No.32A).
A pair of George III silver wine coasters, with pierced Gothic decoration and beaded borders, mahogany bases, Sheffield 1775-1777, maker’s mark indistinct, Pritchard crest, 4.6 inches (11.7cm) diameter.
A pair of George III silver wine coasters, with pierced bright-cut decoration and beaded border, mahogany bases, by Thomas Daniel, London 1777, Pritchard crest, 4.75 inches (12cm) diameter.
A set of four George III oval silver salts, with pierced and stamped bright-cut decoration and beaded borders raised on fluted feet, with blue glass liners, by Tudor & Leader, Sheffield 1782, 3 inches (7.5cm) wide, together with a set of four silver shovel salt spoons, London 1792-1796, Pritchard crest.
A George III oval silver sugar basket, with swing handle and reeded borders raised on pedestal foot, gilded interior, by Robert Hennell, London 1791, crested, 6 inches (15cm) wide, weight 7 oz.
A George III silver Old English pattern pierced ladle, hallmarked London, 1794, maker’s mark “T.O.”, 5.25 inches (13.5cm) long, together with a fiddle pattern pierced ladle, London 1821, maker’s mark “W.S.”, 6 inches (15cm) long, both crested (2).
A set of four George III silver oval pedestal salts, with reeded borders, by Richard Cressley & James Beebee, London 1796, two liners missing, weight 10 oz, together with a set of four silver salt spoons, London 1848-1849, with Vaughan crest (8).
A pair of George III Old English shell pattern ladles, by William Sumner, London 1809, 6.75 inches (17cm) long, bearing the Pritchard crest, weight 3 oz.
A George IV travelling silver toilet bottle, by Rebecca Enes & Edward Barnard, hallmarked London, 1823, 3.5 inches (9cm) high, weight 2.5 oz, together with a silver topped hobnail cut-glass inkwell, some chipping, London 1819, maker’s mark “G.L.”, 1.25 inches (3.1cm) square, both bearing Vaughan crest (2).