Chilcotts Auction - Page 3

  • Lot 25 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 25

    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.

  • Lot 26 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 26

    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.

  • Lot 27 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 27

    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.

  • Lot 28 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 28

    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).

  • Lot 29 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 29

    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.

  • Lot 30 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 30

    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.

  • Lot 31 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 31

    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.

  • Lot 32 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 32

    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.

  • Lot 33 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 33

    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).

  • Lot 34 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 34

    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).

  • Lot 35 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 35

    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.

  • Lot 36 - 2008 Auction by Chilcotts

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    Lot 36

    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).