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A large pair of candlesticks (11.5" high), by Matthew Boulton Birmingham 1809, also marked on the sconces.
Price: £2,500.00

A heavy dish-cross with chased body and pierced feet, by Edward Aldridge London 1766, crested with a talbot.
Price: £1,950.00
A taperstick, London 1740 probably by John Fossey, crested with a stag.
Price: £1,550.00

A set of six menu holders formed as the crest of the TRAYNER family, by Hamilton and Inches Edinburgh, 3 made in 1898 and 3 in 1902.
Price: £875.00

                                                                                                         The crest on these menu holders is that granted to the Hon. John Trayner (1834-1929), a prominent Scottish lawyer in 1879. He was admitted to the Faculty of Advocates of Edinburgh in 1858 and served as Sheriff for the County of Forfar from 1881 to 1885. In 1885, he was appointed a Lord of Session with the judicial title of Lord Trayner (with a further appointment as a Lord Commissioner of Justiciary in 1887). In 1879, Trayner was in charge of the enquiry into the Tay Bridge disaster and he was ex officio Railway Commissioner for Scotland between the years 1889 to 1899. He retired from judicial office in 1905. 

A heavy toast-rack with complex gadrooned borders, London 1825 by Joseph Angell, crested with a demi-eagle, in beak a rose.
Price: £625.00
A table bell, by J. B. Carrington London 1901 with hallmarked clapper.
Price: £525.00
An Old Sheffield Plate coffee pot, circa 1760, with four pseudo-hallmarks (attributed to Fenton, Creswick and Company or possibly Tudor and Company), crested on both sides with a dove holding an olive branch.
Price: £425.00
A pair of sugar crushers, one Sheffield 1828 by Settle, Gumm and Co — the other probably by John Roberts, Mosley and Settle of Sheffield, both similarly initialled {R}.
Price: £385.00
A European silver tablebell, mid-eighteenth century with indecipherable marks on clapper and body.
Price: £340.00
A navette-shaped snuffer tray with threaded border, by Peter Ann and William Bateman London 1804 (assayed between 30th May and 10th October), engraved {WB to EB}.
Price: £275.00
A napkin clip with needle-point carefully encased in a folding holder fully marked for Sheffield 1908 by Charles William Fletcher with Registration number 520103.
Price: £245.00
An Australian napkin ring with birds and a butterfly maker J.M. Wendt, Adelaide and Broken Hill circa 1890.
Price: £220.00
A China Trade egg-cup, Canton circa 1830 by P, crested with an arm holding a fusil.
Price: £220.00
A silver-mounted glass cruet bottle, the silver top richly decorated — with original glass bottle, apparently unmarked circa 1770.
An egg cup, by T? London 1827.
Price: £195.00
A pair of napkin rings modelled as belts Sheffield, 1884 by James Dixon and Sons.
Price: £195.00
A cased pair of napkin rings by Charles Stewart Harris, London 1889 initialled EDL and JDL in monograms.
Price: £195.00
A pair of French cased napkin rings, engine-turned and inscribed MONSIEUR and MADAME. Maker V over D in a lozenge with sausage between, each engraved on the inside '23 Juin 1887', the original case by F. Ducot, Bordeaux.
Price: £180.00
A pair of heavy napkin rings by C. H. Cheshire, Birmingham 1881, the contemporary case by W.C. Travers,jeweller, silversmith and optician of Southport (retailer).
Price: £165.00
A pair of napkin rings with piercing and engraved decoration by C. Cheshire, Birmingham, 1888 initialled R.
Price: £150.00
A Royal Assurance menu-holder by HCF Ltd, London 1919.
Price: £130.00
A pair of napkin-rings engraved with stylised fronds and flowers by Archer, Martin and Marsh, Sheffield 1907, one initialled EWT.
Price: £120.00
An engine-turned napkin ring London, 1873 by William Evans crested with a stork, in beak a sprig.
Price: £75.00
A napkin ring engraved with flowers by Briddon Bros, London 1881.
Price: £75.00
A napkin ring engraved with 2 parallel bands of decoration between 2 rows of dots by Gibson and Langmann, London 1886.
Price: £58.00