A George V silver pin dish, London 1913 (maker's mark worn),...





A George V silver pin dish, London 1913 (maker's mark worn), the scalloped circular bowl upon pedestal foot, 45mm high, together with a cased 19th century silver Queen's pattern christening set, Aaron Hadfield, Sheffield 1935-40, comprising solid silver spoon, fork and knife with weighted silver handles, spoon 16cm long, a cased silver christening spoon, Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1944, 14.3cm long, a novelty silver rattle in the form of a clown, W H Collins & Co, Birmingham 1976, rattle 55mm long, a silver mounted posy vase, 16.3cm high (at fault), two silver locket pendants, largest 55mm x 37mm, a pair of silver sugar tongs, 11cm long, a silver frame mount, 14.7cm wide, five assorted silver napkin rings, widest 49mm, and a silver comb mount, 19cm wide, weight (excluding frame, posy vase, rattle and weighted cutlery) 10.25ozt (17)

Auction Date: 11th Jan 2023 at 9am

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Sale Dates:
11th Jan 2023 9am (Lots 1 to 880)