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€ 1.800 - € 2.500

A French late 18thC particular elegant neoclassical silver ewer with cover, the lid, a part of the body and the foot with engraved decoration, the metal handle covered with leather and additionally decorated with a silver wire braid as a cord, on top of the handle starting grapevines that spread on both sides over the spout, French silver marks used between 1798 - 1809, 800/000, makers' mark L.F.C., hallmark '3...?' (Montpellier?), H 38 cm - weight c. 1.440 g

€ 1.200 - € 1.800

A French second half of the 18thC neoclassical elegantly worked and engraved silver ewer with cover, with probably Paris hallmarks, H 25 cm - weight c. 860 g

€ 1.800 - € 2.500

An 18thC neoclassical silver hot chocolate pot, standing on three elegantly shaped feet, the grip lacquer finished ebony, Southern Netherlands, illegibly hallmarked (probably Brussels?), the second half of the 18thC, H 33,6 cm - weight c. 1.285 g

€ 1.500 - € 2.000

An 800/000 silver seven-piece lemonade set consisting of six goblets and an ewer with a twisted ivory handle, on a matching tray; added: six ditto plates, the lot made by Wolfers-Belgium (1942 - 1992) H 12,5 - 30 - ø 18 - 40,5 cm, total weight: 5.040 g

€ 1.800 - € 2.400

A series of four French Regence style silver four arms candelabras, 835/000, Belgian post-1942 marked, makers' mark 'R. Ruys', H 17 - 17,3 cm / total weight c. 3.670 g

€ 300 - € 500

A pair of late 19th / early 20thC. Austro-Hungarian - Vienna 800/000 silver candlesticks, the body engraved with birds, floral motifs and roundels, maker's mark G.W., H 32 cm, total weight 475 g

€ 2.000 - € 3.000

A Rococo style silver 'menagère' cutlery set, made by Delheid Brussels (1942-1980), 835/000, the total 114 pieces, consisting of 12 bigger forks, spoons, and matching knives, 12 dessert forks, spoons and matching knives, 8 fish forks and knives, 12 coffee spoons, 12 ice spoons, 2 ladles, total weight: 4.662 g

€ 1.200 - € 1.500

A compound mix of 800 & 835/000 silver cutlery, model 'a filèt', 95 pieces in total, mostly 20thC Belgian origin + some German silver; with various makers' marks, a.i.: Wolfers Brussels, Delheid Brussels 835/000; added three 800/000 silver trays by Sturbelle Frères Brussels, with a VB owner's monogram, ø 15,5 - 22 cm, total weight silver: 3.500 g

€ 300 - € 500

A silver plated Neoclassical four-part coffee and tea set with wooden handles, on a matching tray, Christofle Gallia, H 9,5 - 20,5 cm

€ 1.800 - € 2.500

A five-piece German 925/000 silver Rococo Revival coffee and tea set, H 12 - 24 cm / the serving tray 41,5 x 67 cm, total weight silver c. 4.450 g; we add an 800/000 silver sugar tongs

€ 1.000 - € 1.500

A silver George III London 1797 - 1798 hallmarked tea/coffeepot with an ebony handle, H 49,7 cm - weight c. 535 g; a Britannia standard silver London 1712 hallmarked stew spoon, L 32,8 cm - Weight c. 180 g; a silver London 1754 hallmarked stew spoon, makers' mark DPW, L 33 cm - weight c. 179 g, all items with engraved owners' marks, total weight silver c 890 g

€ 400 - € 800

A mid-Victorian silver serving tray, the well with engraved decoration and London 1879 hallmarked, makers' mark Walter & John Barnard, W 45,5 cm - weight c. 1200 g; we add a set of four silver salts with the matching spoons, London 1883 hallmarked, makers' mark JWH / JTH, in a morocco brown leather upholstered cassette - the inside set with purple-red velvet, W cassette 19,4 cm - weight silver c. 110 g; total weight od all silver items c. 1.310 g

€ 400 - € 800

A varied lot of silver and silver-plated items: an English Regency style silver plated serving tray, early 20thC, W 42,5 cm; an English silver plated sauce boat with cover, early 20thC, W 18,7 cm; a small English silver gravy boat, Birmingham 1923 hallmarked, W 11,5 cm; an English silver bellpush, London hallmarked and other indistinct  marks, about 1900 - 1910, on an ebonized wooden base, H 8,5 cm,

€ 300 - € 500

An English Neoclassical silver-plated samovar, relief decorated with garlands, marked Daniel & Arter, Birmingham, H 55 cm

€ 1.200 - € 1.500

An imposing French early 20thC Rococo Revival silver-plated tureen and cover, with removable inner tray, makers' mark ‘Veyrat à Paris’ H 37 - W 45 cm; added two small silver-plated bowls

€ 800 - € 1.200

A German silver plated tankard, the body, lid and ball-feet relief decorated with fruits and flowers, the lid with the owners' name: 'Hans Børesen - Baelshand - Anno 1714' engraved around a medal depicting a (royal) couple,  central inside of the lid a 19thC gilt brass medal, the inside of the hinge text-engraved:  'Vekt 195 Bod', with two H.A.A. makers' marks, 19th / 20thC, H 24,5 cm

€ 400 - € 800

A pair of 925/000 silver wine bottle holders, both shaped as nymphs holding the bottleneck, probably Belgian, the first quarter of the 20thC, H 26,5 cm - total silver weight c. 1145 g

€ 1.800 - € 3.000

A mahogany cutlery chest containing a compound Rococo-model mix of 800/000 silver cutlery, produced by various Belgian makers as Delheid, master W with chalice and master L.V., all items first half of the 20thC., chest H 60 - W 51 - D 40 cm, total weight silver c. 5.660 g (knives excl.)

€ 600 - € 800

A compound of silver and silver-plated Rococo style cutlery consisting of 9 greater silver forks, 12 ditto spoons and 12 matching knives + 12 dessert knives, total weight silver (knives excl.) c. 1.500 g; a silver-plated series of 12 greater forks, ditto spoons and matching knives, 12 dessert forks, spoons and matching knives, a ladle, a sauce ladle, 2 serving spoons, a stew serving spoon, an ice shovel, a cake shovel, a fish serving set and a petit four shovel; we add a box with a set of 12 fruit forks and matching knives and a box with a 5 piece serving set; extra added a silver fantasy shovel, weight c. 55g

€ 600 - € 1.000

Various silver items, consisting of: a Victorian Rococo Revival teapot, London hallmarked and date letter S for 1853; H 15 cm, weight c. 700 g; a pair of French 19thC Rococo Revival salts with a 1929 assignment for a 25 years jubilee, weight c. 320 g - H 15 cm; a pair of Bohemian red overlay crystal mustard pots with 13 lothige Austrian-Hungary silver mounts, 19thC, H 15,4 cm; a non-hallmarked silver sugar boat with cover (tested on silver purity), weight c. 205 g - H 8,2 cm; the total silver weight c. 1.225 g

€ 400 - € 800

A hexagonal-shaped silver Holy Water font for private use, with engraved decoration, maybe Brussels - Belgium, the first half of the 18thC, with its original zinc inner tray, former owners' mark (incised on the back) 'Tollenaere', H 20,6 cm / weight 136 g

€ 500 - € 800

Two silver Holy Water fonts, basso-relievo decorated with the Holy Mother and Child, 18thc hallmarks but probably dating of the19thC, H 26,5 - 29 cm; added an 18thC German baroque type silver beaker decorated within two roundels with the portraits of  'Lorenzo Il Magnifico' and 'Michael Angelo', indefinable hallmarks, H 11,5 cm; extra added: a Spanish silver column, with on top the Holy Mother and Child, makers' mark, Aladren, (Zaragoza), 19thC, H 43 cm, total weight silver: about 1.415 g

€ 500 - € 800

A (most probably Belgian) silver Gothic Revival chalice, the first quarter of the 20thC, non-hallmarked but tested on silver purity, given by Raymond and Albert De Geest to their nephew Paul (probably as a present for his priestly ordination), H 22 cm - weight c. 810 g

€ 1.800 - € 2.500

A compound mix of various cutlery and serving cutlery comprising: a box with a set of twelve fruit knives, the blade of French silver and the handles out of ebony; another box with twelve fruit knives with gilt brass blade and French silver handle, early 20thC and sold by Hardy & Wolfers - Liège; an ebony wood box with twelve French gilt silver coffee spoons, the second half of the 19thC; a box with smaller serving cutlery with silver handle; a box with six gilt silver coffee spoons, each of them bearing the different English hallmarks; twenty Belgian 800/000 silver dessert cutlery sets, late 19thC, all 'à filet' model and a.o. made by Wolfers - Brussels, added an extra matching fork and twenty-one matching knives; six silver cake forks and furthermore a lot of various silver and silver-plated cutlery, some a.o. made by Wolfers - Brussels; the total weight of silver c. 4,100 g

€ 600 - € 1.000

A German silver Rococo mocha pot, illegibly hallmarked, (18thC), with a torqued wooden handle, weight c. 580 g - H 22 cm; a silver cigarette box, 1950s design, 800/000, c. 385 g - H 3,3 - W 18 - D 10 cm; added a silver-plated chamberstick, H 9,7 cm; total weight silver c. 965 g

€ 800 - € 1.200

A lavishly worked Rococo Revival Irish silver ewer, Dublin hallmarked, makers' mark R.S., year letter O for 1834, Sovereigns' head, H 32,8 cm - weight c. 1.265 g

€ 1.500 - € 1.800

An imposing Louis XVI style silver jardiniere, probably German, 3rd quarter of the 19thC, H 23,5 - W 59 cm, weight 2.579 g

€ 1.200 - € 1.800

A charming Neoclassical four-piece silver coffee and tea set, with a walnut wooden grip, Wolfers hallmarked between 1868 - 1942, H 10,2 - 21,8 cm - weight c. 965 g

€ 800 - € 1.200

An 18thC probably French (Paris) silver Régence style bread basket, the well with an engraved coat of arms, indefinable hallmarked, H 34 cm - weight 863 g

€ 1.200 - € 1.500

A silver Neoclassical tureen, engraved with a coat of arms on the cover, marked François Levrat, 950/000, on a matching silver charger, engraved with a coat of arms, French hallmark 950/000, makers mark VB, H 28,5 - W 35 / charger 43 x 29,5 cm, total weight: about 3.561 g

€ 800 - € 1.200

An English relief and openwork decorated silver bread basket with swing handle, London 1769 hallmarked, W 34 - H 9,2 cm; a Neoclassical English silver sugar boat with gilt inside, London 1796 hallmarked, W 16 - H 12 cm. added: a German relief and openwork decorated silver bread basket, 800/000, late 19th - early 20thC, W 28,7 - H 5,4 cm; total weight silver c. 1.235 g

€ 1.000 - € 1.500

A three-piece second half of the 19thC silver coffee-set consisting of a coffee pot, a sugar bowl and cover and a creamer, engraved decoration and on top of the lids set with a fig and fig leaves, Belgian silver hallmarks 1832 - 1868, H 16 - 19,7 - 16 cm / total weight c. 1.625 g

€ 500 - € 800

A Bruges - Belgium (17)81 dated silver (bottle-basket) with swing bow handle, makers' mark Joseph Jacquemart (Stuyck 1440), H (with handle) 17,5 - total W 13,7 cm - Ø basket 11,5 cm / weight c. 285 g

€ 500 - € 800

A mid-18thC French régence style silver basket (jardiniere?), indefinite hallmarks (Paris?), French re-hallmarked 1809 - 1819, one side engraved with a double coat of arms, with a red copper and tinned inner basket, W 23,8 cm / total silver weight c. 515 g

€ 1.800 - € 2.500

A pair of régence style Ghent (17)57 hallmarked silver candlesticks, makers' mark illegible, re-hallmarked during the 1814 - 1831 period, H 19,7 - 19,8 cm / weight c. 780 g

€ 1.800 - € 2.500

A rare pair of neoclassical silver candlesticks, Ghent (17)91 hallmarked, makers' mark P.J. Tiberghien (Stuyck 2899 - 2900), H 28,1 - 28,3 cm / total weight c. 800 g

€ 800 - € 1.200

A pair of probably French 18thC Regency style candlesticks, indefinable hallmarks, H 15,4 - 15,8 cm / total weight c. 560 g

€ 1.500 - € 1.800

A pair of rococo style candlesticks, Brussels (Belgium) (17)76 hallmarked - illegible makers' mark, re-hallmarked during the French occupation 1798 - 1809, H 24,4 - 24,5 cm - total weight silver c. 1. 058 g

€ 1.000 - € 1.500

A pair of probably French 18thC Regence style silver table stoves marked with undefined hallmarks, set on cherrywood bases carried by silver claw feet, H 14,3 cm - total weight (excl. the claw feet of the bases) c. 940 g

€ 800 - € 1.200

A pair of late rococo silver sauceboats, Ath (17)91 hallmarked, makers' mark Jean-Louis Philippron (Stuyck 744), extra hallmarked with an 1838-1864 French import mark, W 22 cm - total weight silver 580 g

€ 1.500 - € 1.800

A second half of the 18thC French, maybe Paris', silver marabout coffee pot with a highly scalloped spout, the lid opening with a thumbpiece and with an ebony handle, with an engraved D.L. owners' mark set in a roundel, H 19,5 - weight c. 605 g

€ 400 - € 600

Two different 18thC French (Paris?) marabout shaped 'egoiste' coffee pots with ebony handle, the smallest item engraved with the owners' coat of arms, one H 10.3 cm - weight c. 139 g / the other H 11,3 cm - weight c. 170 g

€ 400 - € 800

An 18thC French silver rococo 'solitaire' coffee pot with an ebony handle, illegibly hallmarked, H 16,3 cm / weight c. 425 g

€ 1.500 - € 1.800

A circular Italian silver helmet ewer with an engraved body and an applied spout chased as a neoclassical mask, on a spreading foot, with a G.F. initialled Torino mark (Guiseppe Fontana - 1787-1815?), H 16 - weight c. 560 g

€ 1.200 - € 1.500

A German silver helmet ewer with an elegantly baroque ribbed body and a scroll handle, raised on a stem with pronounced nodus and a spreading foot, with an Augsburg early 18thC mark and yearletter M (or N), H 19,4 cm - weight c. 385 g

€ 1.400 - € 1.800

A Scottish silver Georgian samovar type ice water urn with neoclassical engraved decoration, the lid with a pineapple finial, the tap with a bone grip, Edinburgh marked and date letter 'O' for 1768 - 69, makers' mark A.G., (the ice container itself silver-plated), H 40,1 cm - total weight (incl. ice container) c. 1.545 g

€ 300 - € 500

A silver plated Art Deco four-part coffee and tea set on a tray, marked Wiskemann, H 12 - 23 cm - 35 x 60 cm (the tray)

€ 400 - € 600

A varied lot of 19th and 20thC, mostly English silver gadgets, photo frames, and tablewares

€ 400 - € 600

A varied lot of 19th and 20thC, mostly English and French silver and silver-plated gadgets, utensils and tableware, tallest item 38,5 cm

€ 600 - € 1.000

A varied lot of silver and silver-plated items: a German 800/000 silver Art Nouveau style milk and sugar set, H 6,5 - 8 cm on their matching tray, W tray 33,2 cm - weight c. 505 g; a probably Indian sterling silver hip flask, H 14,5 - weight c.195 g; a pair of relief decorated sterling silver perfume flasks, H 10 cm - weight c. 128 g; a German 835/000 silver tray, 1930s, 21,9 x 22,7 cm - weight c. 540 g; a sterling silver trophy cup on a foot, dated 1971, H 12,2 cm - Ø 13,5 cm, weight c. 165 g; total weight silver c. 1.534 g; we add a silver-plated cigarette box H 4,5 - W 12,5 - D 9,5 cm

€ 600 - € 800

A varied lot of silver and silver-plated items: an Italian sterling silver photo frame, 23 x 28 cm, a little silver box with cover, no hallmarks but tested on silver purity; a probably Indian silver box (snuff?), tested on silver purity, Ø 5 cm; a silver Birmingham hallmarked caster, H 16,5 cm; an 8360/000 silver candlestick, H 15,5 cm; a small 925/000 ditto candlestick, H 7 cm; an Oriental silver flask, tested on silver purity; a small Oriental silver pillbox, tested on silver purity; an oval 800/000 silver serving tray and finally a silver toddy ladle, indistinctly hallmarked, H 7 cm; total weight silver (frame and candlesticks excl) c. 1.200 g; we add a Wiskemaan silver plated serving tray, a silverplated jardiniere, two ditto boxes with cover and a (kind of) pair of tweezers

€ 400 - € 800

An interesting lot of Wiskemann and Christofle silver-plated tableware, consisting of two vegetable bowls, a bain-marie bowl, H 6,5 - 9 cm / W 24 - 30 cm; three circular and two oval serving plates, Ø 22 - 37,5 cm / 16 x 29 - 31 x 46 cm, and a sauceboat, H 10 - W 26,5 cm

€ 500 - € 800

A varied lot of silver and silver-plated items: a silver Art Deco box and cover with ebony grip, 835/000, makers' mark Delheid - Brussels; a silver London 1906 hallmarked porringer with its original domed cover/stand; two late Victorian silver plated double spout feeding cups; a silver chafing stand with its burner, London 1913 hallmarked and being a parting gift to Revd. Ashburner; and finally a neoclassical silver plated serving tray and two silver-plated bottle holders; the total weight of silver c. 1.085 g

€ 500 - € 800

A neoclassical Sheffield silver-plated tureen, makers' mark William Hutton & Son, 19th / 20thC, W 36,5 - H 24,5 cm; added a ditto silver-plated breakfast serving dish with revolving dome lid and bone grip, marked 'Ducal Plate - Newcastle', W 34,4 - H 20,8 cm

€ 600 - € 800

A pair of Spanish silver pheasants, 20thC, apart from the official mark illegibly marked, W 36,5 - 44,5 cm - total weight c. 1.430 g

€ 1.200 - € 1.800

Four 19th & 20thC silver items consisting of an oil and vinegar set with its original cut crystal flagons, 1815 London hallmarked, makers' mark D.P., sovereigns' head, H 25,5 cm - weight (mount flagons excl.) c. 643g; a teapot with ebony handle, London 1833 hallmarked, makers' mark G.B & C° Ltd, sovereigns' head, H 18,3 cm - total weight c. 719 g; a silver tea strainer with ivory grip, early 20thC, not hallmarked but tested on silver purity, H 5,7 cm - total weight c. 65 g; and finally an early 19thC silver chamberstick, hallmarks illegible, H 7 cm - weight c. 223 g; total weight silver all items: 1.650 g

€ 600 - € 1.000

A Rococo style four-piece silver coffee and tea set by Delheid, hallmarked between 1868 - 1942, H 16,5 - 30 cm - weight c. 3.200 g

€ 800 - € 1.200

A pair of Neoclassical silver sauce boats, hallmarked Ghent 1778, makers mark of Johannes Franciscus Deprez (Stuyck 2800), Belgian rehallmarked 1830 - 1868, the bottom with a period tested stitch and an owner's monogram 'J.B.R.', H 11,5 - W 20 cm, total weight: 750 g

€ 1.200 - € 1.500

An imposing Italian 925/000 silver ice bucket, shaped as a Medici vase, 20thC,  H 28,5 cm - weight c. 2.335 g