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An unmarked snuff box

Lot 1 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

An unmarked snuff box, of rectangular form, the top set with a polished hardstone panel and the base with a mammoth tooth, 8cm long Provenance: The ... read more

Sold for £180 More details 1  

An unmarked gold, piqué and tortoiseshell snuff box, 18th century, of oval form, possibly Italian, ...

Lot 2 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

An unmarked gold, piqué and tortoiseshell snuff box, 18th century, of oval form, possibly Italian, the cover finely inlaid with fine prick-cut ... read more

Estimated at £500 - £700 More details 1  

A mid-18th century unmarked silver-mounted cowrie shell snuff box

Lot 3 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A mid-18th century unmarked silver-mounted cowrie shell snuff box, the rim edge engraved 'EIR 1769', the hinged cover/base set with a mother-of-pearl ... read more

Sold for £240 More details 1  

A stylish modern silver gilt pill/trinket box

Lot 4 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A stylish modern silver gilt pill/trinket box, by F F K, London, 1979, decorated all-over with malted/frosted decoration, 2.5cm diameter 2.8cm high ... read more

Sold for £180 More details 1  

An Edwardian silver and nephrite novelty trinket box

Lot 5 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

An Edwardian silver and nephrite novelty trinket box, by Frank Hyams, Birmingham, 1905, the heart-shaped box containing a South Seas nut and a note, ... read more

Sold for £680 More details 1  

A late 18th century/early 19th century silver mother-of-pearl patch box

Lot 6 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A late 18th century/early 19th century silver mother-of-pearl patch box, the pull-off case fitted with a mirror and applied with an half sovereign ... read more

Sold for £280 More details 1  

An 18th century unmarked gold-mounted snuff box, possibly English, together with a velvet and wood ...

Lot 7 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

An 18th century unmarked gold-mounted snuff box, possibly English, together with a velvet and wood base, (2) Provenance: The Tim Wonnacott Collection.

Estimated at £800 - £1,200 More details 1  

A George III oval silver gilt and engine-turned vinaigrette

Lot 8 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A George III oval silver gilt and engine-turned vinaigrette, by Phipps & Robinson, London, 1801 Provenance: The Tim Wonnacott Collection.

Sold for £450 More details 1  

A French silver-mounted moss agate circular snuff box

Lot 9 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A French silver-mounted moss agate circular snuff box, 19th century, 7.5cm diameter Provenance: The Tim Wonnacott Collection.

Sold for £380 More details 1  

A George III Irish silver-mounted cowrie shell snuff box

Lot 10 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A George III Irish silver-mounted cowrie shell snuff box, by Aeneas Ryan, Dublin, 1807, stamped with maker's mark only Provenance: The Tim Wonnacott ... read more

Sold for £500 More details 1  

A Georgian silver patch box

Lot 11 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A Georgian silver patch box, unmarked, c.1800, with bright-cut decoration, together with a Georgian silver gilt patch box, by Peter and Anne Bateman, ... read more

Sold for £300 More details 1  

A small George IV silver vinaigrette

Lot 12 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A small George IV silver vinaigrette, by John Bettridge, Birmingham, 1822, the cover engraved with a thistle, in a fitted leather case, applied with ... read more

Sold for £160 More details 1  

An 18th century Dutch silver gilt tobacco box

Lot 13 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

An 18th century Dutch silver gilt tobacco box, Amsterdam, maker's mark 'AT' conjoined, possibly by A Van de Tooren, the oval top raised with a ... read more

Sold for £1,150 More details 1  

A late Victorian silver scent bottle, by Hayes Brothers, Birmingham, 1894, decorated with trailing ...

Lot 14 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A late Victorian silver scent bottle, by Hayes Brothers, Birmingham, 1894, decorated with trailing foliage, cased, together with an unmarked ... read more

Estimated at £200 - £300 More details 1  

A Victorian silver gilt combined scent bottle/vinaigrette

Lot 15 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A Victorian silver gilt combined scent bottle/vinaigrette, by S Mordan, London, 1864, of upright rectangular form, with a push-button stopper, the ... read more

Sold for £380 More details 1  

An Australian burra bean scent bottle, with an unmarked silver hinged cover, c.1900, the mount and ...

Lot 16 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

An Australian burra bean scent bottle, with an unmarked silver hinged cover, c.1900, the mount and cartouche with a chain attachment Provenance: The ... read more

Estimated at £120 - £180 More details 1  

A mid-18th century, apparently unmarked, silver etui, c.1750, the case embossed with an egret and a ...

Lot 17 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A mid-18th century, apparently unmarked, silver etui, c.1750, the case embossed with an egret and a swan amidst foliate scrolls, fitted with various ... read more

Estimated at £250 - £300 More details 1  

An apparently unmarked silver etui

Lot 18 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

An apparently unmarked silver etui, in the form of a walnut, the hinged cover opening to reveal a tape measure and two bodkins, with a ring ... read more

Sold for £400 More details 1  

A late Victorian silver-mounted and simulated egg scent bottle

Lot 19 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A late Victorian silver-mounted and simulated egg scent bottle, by Saunders & Shepherd, on an unmarked stand, Birmingham, 1887, 6cm long Provenance: ... read more

Sold for £260 More details 1  

A late Victorian silver miniature crumb/diamond scoop

Lot 20 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A late Victorian silver miniature crumb/diamond scoop, by Heath & Middleton, London, 1897, 8cm wide, 1.5ozt approximately For a similar example, see ... read more

Sold for £160 More details 1  

A George III silver nipple shield

Lot 21 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A George III silver nipple shield, by Phipps & Robinson, London, 1805, Provenance: The Tim Wonnacott Collection.

Sold for £220 More details 1  

An Edwardian novelty silver pocket thermometer

Lot 22 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

An Edwardian novelty silver pocket thermometer, by W F Wright, London 1902, in the form of a sugar boiling thermometer case, 7.5cm long Provenance: ... read more

Sold for £200 More details 1  

A late Victorian silver novelty double-ended scent bottle, by Nathan & Hayes, Chester, 1900, in ...

Lot 23 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A late Victorian silver novelty double-ended scent bottle, by Nathan & Hayes, Chester, 1900, in the form of a naval artillery shell, registration ... read more

Estimated at £300 - £400 More details 1  

An Edwardian silver novelty pincushion

Lot 24 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

An Edwardian silver novelty pincushion, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham, 1906, in the form of a boot, 7cm high Provenance: The Tim Wonnacott Collection.

Estimated at £200 - £300 More details 1  

A pair of late Victorian abalone shell dishes

Lot 25 (Fine Interiors (including Silver) - Two Day Sale (DAY ONE), 4th December 2018)

A pair of late Victorian abalone shell dishes, by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham, 1899, each with silver wirework mounts on three ball feet, 17.5cm wide, ... read more

Sold for £320 More details 1