A Victorian silver scent bottle, Arthur Willmore Pennington,...
A Victorian silver scent bottle, Arthur Willmore Pennington, Birmingham 1892, of plain polished rectangular form with hinged cover and clear glass lining and stopper, 7.8cm high, complete in fitted leather case, together with a George V silver egg cup and spoon, Sanders & Mackenzie, Birmingham 1933, cup 5.3cm high, spoon 10.5cm long, complete in fitted box, a silver shooting medallion, 29mm diameter, a silver ballerina brooch, 32mm high, a silver napkin ring, 4.4cm diameter, and five assorted silver souvenir spoons, largest 11.8cm long, gross weight (excluding scent) 4.02ozt (11)
Egg cup: No large dents, splitting, thinning or repair. General scratching and wear commensurate with age and use. Case shows general scratching and wear commensurate with age and use.
Scent bottle: No large dents, splitting, thinning or repair. Minor dent/pin-prick mark to one corner. Cap in good order, opens smoothly and closing with a snap. Gilt interior largely in good order, with general scratching, wear and minor loss commensurate with age and use. Glass liner in tact. Scratching and wear throughout, commensurate with age and use. Interior would benefit from cleaning.
All other pieces appear to be in good order. Some of the spoons show minor misshaping to the handles, and the thistle topped example shows some minor chips to the finial. General scratching and wear is present throughout all pieces, and they would benefit from cleaning.