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lot 875
€ 2.000 - € 3.000

A silver Rococo chocolatière, Ghent hallmarks for (17)75, and makers' mark for J.D. Bourgeois (Stuyck 2817 - 2818 and listed on page 211), with ebony grip; with inscription 'Gift van Zuster Clara Bibauw - 1862' (gift of Sister Clara Bibauw), the item was exhibited and listed in the catalog of the exhibition 'Sint Janshospitaal 1188/1976' - Bruges 05.06. - 31.08.1976, page 651 -652 vol.II,  H 32 cm - weight about 1300 g

lot 876
€ 1.000 - € 1.500

A pair of early 18thC silver ecclesiastical cruets, illegibly marked, with the owners' mark of the St. John's Hospital, H 13 cm - weight 495 g

lot 877
€ 500 - € 800

Two sets of 19th & 20thC (compiled) silver ecclesiastical cruet sets; two flagons ex Sisters Saint Augustine Hospital - Ostend (hallmarks 1830 - 1868); one tray engraved 'Hospitael St. Jan Evangelist - Ostende 15bre 1843' (St. John the Evangelist Hospital - Ostend - 15.10.1843), H 14 / 15 - 16,3 x 25 - 26,5 / total weight about 1050 g

lot 878
€ 1.000 - € 1.500

An 18thC silver set of a pepper caster and a mustard pot, unknown marks / non-marked, within with their original pewter containers with a Bruges makers' mark C.D.W., H 16,5 - 17 cm / weight about 635 g

lot 879
€ 400 - € 600

A pair of 18thC silver French Regence-style casters, no hallmarks but tested on silver purity; added an 18thC silver goblet with undefinable hallmarks, with an engraved coat of arms, H 7 - 16 cm / weight about 450 g

lot 880
€ 600 - € 800

A rare neoclassical Victorian period samovar, silver plated on red copper and with engraved decoration; added: a silver-plated salver and a ditto pilferer, 20 x 22 - H 58 - ø 22 cm

lot 881
€ 800 - € 1.200

A French early 19thC Rococo revival silver vegetable dish, re-hallmarked in Belgium 1830 - 1868, the inner dish silver as well, H 18 - Ø 28,5 cm / weight about 1.935 g

lot 882
€ 1.000 - € 1.500

A 17thC oval silver tray, only marked with a makers' mark (I.B.D.?) and central an owners' mark (probably the tray from an ecclesiastical cruet set), 27 x 34,5 cm - weight about 455 g

lot 883
€ 1.500 - € 2.000

A pair of neoclassical silver candlesticks, Amsterdam hallmarks (1711)-(1735), makers' mark illegible, H 17 cm - weight about 750 g

lot 884
€ 2.000 - € 4.000

A pair of probably late 17thC silver candlesticks with a pipe stem, no visible hallmarks but period controlled (zig-zag stitch), maybe Dutch, H 29 - 29,5 cm - weight about 950 g

lot 885
€ 300 - € 500

A pair of late 18thC Rococo revival silver candlesticks, Belgian hallmarks1868 - 1942, owners' monogram L.S., the bottom inside padded; added a pair of silver-plated neoclassical candlesticks; H 27 - 28 cm

lot 886
€ 1.500 - € 2.500

A pair of Neoclassical silver candlesticks, Bruges' hallmarks for (17)93, makers' mark Ph. Mys, re-hallmarked 1814 - 1831, the item was exhibited and listed in the catalog of the exhibition 'Sint Janshospitaal 1188/1976' - Bruges 05.06. - 31.08.1976, page 656 - 657 vol.II, H 27 - weight about 750 g

lot 887
€ 2.000 - € 4.000

A series of four first half of the 18thC silver candlesticks, no visible hallmarks but with an owners' mark (a crowned double coat of arms), tested on silver purity, H 28 - 29 cm - weight about 1430 g

lot 888
€ 600 - € 800

A pair of imposing Baroque revival Austrian-Hungary silver candlesticks, purity 800/000, late 19th - early 20thC, engraved all-over, H 41,5 - 42 - weight about 1050 g

lot 889
€ 1.500 - € 2.000

A very rare 18thC silver corpus Christi and a ditto Memento Mori on an ebonized wooden crucifix, partly veneered with tortoiseshell and ebony; added a pair of matching silver foil flower baskets on an ebonized base, no visible hallmarks but tested on silver purity, the corpus H 37 - total height 101 cm, weight corpus and M.M. about 1130 g

lot 890
€ 300 - € 500

A French silver corpus Christi on an ebonized crucifix partly veneered with  tortoiseshell, ivory, and ebony; with silver mounts; added two silver foil flower baskets, H 47 - 63 cm - weight of the corpus about 86 g

Added expertise report according to CITES legislation. For European Community use only.

lot 891
€ 300 - € 500

An 18thC silver corpus Christi on an ebonized wooden crucifix, ebony, tortoiseshell and ivory veneered and with silver mounts, no hallmarks found but tested on silver purity, one mount dated 1742, H 59 cm

Added expertise report according to CITES legislation. For European Community use only.

lot 892
€ 800 - € 1.200

An ebony veneered and ebonized wooden crucifix with a silver corpus Christi, a ditto Memento Mori and ditto mounts, 18thC; added two 18thC silver foil flower baskets, H 47  - 71,3 cm / weight corpus about 235 g

lot 893
€ 300 - € 500

A 19thC French reliquary shaped like a burning hart, French export hallmarks; added a 19thC silver rosary: extra added two silver scapulars with chain, L 46 - 80 cm; extra-extra added four silver, probably 17thC, ornamental items, H 13 - 18 cm - weight about 425 g

lot 894
€ 800 - € 1.200

A set of silver crowns fitting for Holy Mother and Child statues, mostly Belgian and French origin, H 2 - 10 cm / Ø 2,5 - 18 cm; added two (18thC) silver foil flower baskets, H 52 cm - weight about 1550 g

lot 895
€ 400 - € 800

A set of Belgian Gothic Revival gilt and enamelled silver ecclesiastical cruets on a matching tray, Belgian hallmarks 1868 - 1942, about 1910, H 17,5 cm/tray 16,5 x 24,5 cm/weight flagons incl. about 1090 g

lot 896
€ 400 - € 800

A set of four identical silver cake servers, late 19thC; added a WMF silver Rococo revival sugar bowl, 20thC; extra added a German silver Rococo revival creamer with ebony grip, early 20thC, silver purity 800/000, H 15,5 - W 27 cm / weight about 1320 g

lot 897
€ 800 - € 1.200

A second half of the 18thC silver chrismatory, Bruges hallmarks, makers' mark Adrianus Buschop (Stuyck 1376), ex-property of the sisters of the Saint Augustine Hospital - Ostend; added: a 20thC three-part silver chrismatory, (silver purity 850/000); extra extra added: three 19thC incomplete silver chrismatory sets (one gilt), H 3,5 - 14,5 / weight about 1050g

lot 898
€ 300 - € 500

A pair of first half of the 18thC LXIV-style silver salts, non-determinable origin; added four late 19thC baroque revival salts; extra added a second half of the 20thC Delheid silver wine bottle holder; extra extra added five silver sugar tongs, 19th - 20thC, H 3,5 - 6 cm / Ø 16 cm / weight about 810 g

lot 899
€ 300 - € 500

A collection of twelve18thC silver coffee spoons with the monogram of the St. John's Hospital; added three smaller similar spoons; extra added a collection of seventeen 18thC silver violin handle mocha spoons: extra extra added six 19thC Dutch silver coffee spoons, total weight about 510 g

lot 900
€ 300 - € 500

A collection of twenty-three 18thC silver violin handle coffee spoons, engraved with various monograms; added one collection of twenty-six and another of twenty-four 19thC silver 'Directoire' model coffee spoons, various shapes and various monograms, total weight 735 g

lot 901
€ 1.800 - € 2.500

A collection of second half of the 18thC silver cutlery, consisting of twenty-five forks, forty-four spoons, and one laddle, all with Bruges hallmarks, various shapes, various year marks, and various makers' marks, L 20,5 - 38 cm, total weight 4400 g

lot 902
€ 800 - € 1.000

A substantial collection of silver cutlery and one ditto ladle, all items 18th/19thC and with various origin (mostly Belgium), some with the Hospital St. John monogram; L 18 - 37 cm / total weight 2840 g

lot 903
€ 600 - € 800

Four small silver salvers with a sixfold lobed rim, Belgian hallmarks 1868 - 1942 makers' mark Falllon, all four items with the family coat of arms about 1910, H 4 - ø 21 cm - total weight: about 1470g

lot 904
€ 1.500 - € 1.800

A first half of the 18thC little silver serving tray, Bruges, nearly illegible, hallmarks, Ø 30 cm - weight about 570 g

lot 905
€ 400 - € 800

A Dutch Rococo revival reticulated silver bread basket, silver alloy 833/000, 19th/20thC, H 9 - 10,5 cm; added: a silver fruit or cake basket, Sheffield hallmark, 1924, 19 x 30 cm / Ø 23 cm, total weight silver about 925 g

lot 906
€ 800 - € 1.200

A big oval Regency style English silver tureen with a matching ladle, London 1912 hallmark; added: a silver sweetmeat bowl with Sheffield 1910 hallmark, H 20 - 25 cm / about weight 2.300 g

lot 907
€ 800 - € 1.200

A collection of various English silver items: a neoclassical 'piece de milieu' with a cut crystal inside; a neoclassical mustard-pot with the matching spoon, Birmingham 1887 hallmark; a pair of Georges III casters, London 1807 hallmark; a neoclassical mustard-pot + matching spoon, London 1888 hallmark; a bigger caster, Chester 1940 hallmark, H 7,5 - 21 cm / 15 x 40 cm, total weight about 1260 g

lot 908
€ 300 - € 500

A lot of three silver items consisting of: a Regency style sauce boat with cover, London 1911 hallmark; a Regency model sugar bowl, London 1904 hallmark; an extra sugar bowl, Birmingham 1899 hallmark, H 11,5 - 14,5 cm - total weight about 915 g

lot 909
€ 600 - € 1.000

A silver bureau inkwell on its stand, London hallmark 1937; added: a silver desk clock, Birmingham hallmark, illegible date letter; extra added: a silver Britannia Standard tea canister, London hallmark 1899, H 5,5 - 14,5 cm / L 23 x 30 cm - weight (clock excl.) 1.500 g

lot 910
€ 800 - € 1.200

A silver four-part coffee and tea set, ebony grips, Belgian hallmarks 1868 - 1942, silver purity 800/000, first half of the 20thC, H 14,5 - 26,5 cm - total weight 3030 g

lot 911
€ 1.000 - € 1.500

A Neoclassical three-part coffee set, marked 'Van de Acker', Brussels 1809 - 1814, H 39 - 24,5 - 22 cm, total weight: about 1711g

lot 912
€ 300 - € 500

A silver Art Deco saucer and a ditto candlestick, 800/000, total weight: about 800 g, H 6 - 10 - ø 12 - 21 cm; added a Renaissance-inspired bottle holder, no visible hallmarks but tested on silver purity, total weight: about 220 g, H 10 - ø 13 cm; extra added a collection of various silver-plated items, consisting of two neoclassical 'porte-photos', a candlestick, an Art Deco ladle, a Rococo inspired tray, and a glass carafe with silver-plated mounts, 20thC, H 7 - 24,5 - 15 x 21,5 cm

lot 913
€ 1.500 - € 1.800

A pair of Rococo revival silver four-armed candlesticks, with German hallmarks, 800/1000, tested on silver purity, total weight: about 4632 g, H 56 cm

lot 914
€ 1.500 - € 1.800

A pair of sterling silver Art Deco candlesticks, marked Wolfers Frères, H 13,5 cm, total weight silver about 2852g (included the weight to preserve stability)