A set of eighteen Victorian silver fiddle pattern table forks, London 1844-48, maker’s mark “R.W.”, crested, weight 47.5 oz (18).
A set of twelve Victorian silver fiddle pattern table spoons, London 1848, maker’s mark “R.W.”, crested, very little wear, weight 31.5 oz (12).
A set of fourteen table knives, silver shell pattern handles with stainless steel blades, thirteen hallmarked London 1813, the other Victorian, together with a matching pair of carvers, crested, the blades modern (16).
Six Georgian fiddle pattern tablespoons, five London 1815, the other London 1831, crested, weight 12.5 oz (6).
A set of eight William IV silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons, London 1835, maker’s mark “C.S.”, crested, weight 12.5 oz (8).
A set of six Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert forks by John Stone, Exeter 1844, crested, weight 11 oz (6).
Sundry silver fiddle pattern cutlery 1809-1854, including five mustard spoons Edinburgh 1853 by J McKay, crested, total weight 20 oz.
A silver salver with gadrooned border, inscribed, “Presented to Miss Vaughan on the Occasion of her Marriage By The Nannau Employés, 3rd Oct 1912”, 9.75 in (25 cm) diameter, 18 oz. (Ellinor Catherine Vaughan 1865-1944).
A large silver salver with shaped and gadrooned border, “Presented to Lieut. C.H.V. Pritchard, The Royal Welch Fusiliers, by his brother officers on his marriage 28th Nov 1935”, and inscribed with numerous facsimile signatures, by Carrington & Co., Regent Street, London 1935, 14.25 inches (36cm) diameter, 43 oz.
Sundry silver and plate including a silver picture frame, Birmingham 1918, 5.32 inches x 7.75 inches (13.5cm x 20cm), and a silver plated on copper inkstand bearing the Vaughan and Pritchard crests, 8 inches (20cm) wide.
A naive oil painting, depicting Sir Robert Williames Vaughan (1768-1843), standing in an open doorway with a faithful hound at his feet conversing with a young boy, the youth standing nervously with his hand on top of his head and holding a brace of pheasants, on canvas laid down on oak board, unsigned, indistinctly inscribed in pencil to reverse, 9.5 inches x 6.5 inches (24cm x 16.5cm), minor old restoration, early 19th Century, gilt gesso mounted frame.
A charming and naive watercolour portrait of two named spaniels, “Ben and Deborah”, belonging to Sir Robert Williames Vaughan (2nd Baronet) 1768-1843, laid down on a pine stretcher, unsigned, 7.68 in x 10.5 in (19.5 x 26.5cm), small tear to sky, some surface worm to lower border, early 19th Century.