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Lot Number: 1135
DEAKIN & FRANCIS; a George V hallmarked silver circular mustard pot with blue glass liner, Birmingham 1919, height 6cm, also a smaller circular hallmarked silver mustard pot and lobed footed salt, both with blue glass liners and two associated hallmarked silver spoons, total combined approx 4ozt (5).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Lot Number: 1136
SIBRAY, HALL & CO LTD; a cased George V hallmarked silver seven piece cruet set of faceted form, comprising a set of four twin handled footed circular open salts, a mustard pot with blue glass liner (af) and a pair of peppers, with five matching condiment spoons, each piece initialled MP, London 1914, the case inscribed 'Presented to the Lady Mayoress, Mrs. Abram Peel by the Committee of the Lady Mayoress' War Guild, Bradford as a Souvenir of 1916-1917', combined approx 14.6ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: 100 - 200

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Generally in good condition, some pieces with areas of tarnish/pitting, the glass mustard glass liner has a major loss to the rim, the case in good condition apart from traces of wear commensurate with age and the loops holding the condiment spoons are a bit loose.

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Lot Number: 1137
WILLIAM DEVENPORT; an Edward VII hallmarked silver five cruet set comprising a pair of open circular salts with wavy rims, a mustard pot, both with blue glass liners, and a pair of peppers raised on three outswept supports, Birmingham 1906, also three assorted silver condiment spoons and an electroplated example, combined approx 6.2ozt (9).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number: 1138
LEVI & SALAMAN; a George V hallmarked silver five piece cruet set comprising a pair of circular open salts, a pair of peppers and a mustard pot, all with blue glass liners, Birmingham 1918, with two assorted condiment spoons, approx 4.3ozt (7).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number: 1139
JOSEPH GLOSTER LTD; a George VI hallmarked silver five piece cruet set of plain tapering form comprising a pair of open circular salts with bakelite interiors, a pair of salts and a mustard pot, Birmingham 1943, also a Celtic band decorated pepper and salt, Adie Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1947, two condiment spoons and three electroplated examples, also a silver shamrock motif pierced napkin ring, weighable silver approx 2.9ozt (13)
Category: Silver
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Lot Number: 1140
ANGORA SILVER PLATE CO LTD; a George VI hallmarked Art Deco style silver three piece cruet set of square tapering form, with clear glass liners, Birmingham 1939/40, combined approx 6.45ozt (3).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 50 - 70

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Lot Number: 1141
ADIE BROTHERS LTD; a boxed Elizabeth II hallmarked silver cruet set with retailers stamp for Lane Crawford Ltd of Hong Kong, with one matching spoon, mustard and salt, with blue glass liners, Birmingham 1979, combined approx 3.7ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: 50 - 80

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Lot Number: 1142
COHEN & CHARLES; a pair of Victorian hallmarked silver footed salts with embossed floral motifs, Chester 1901, with matched spoons, Adie Bros, a pair of baluster peppers, ES Barnsley, Birmingham 1911, and a mustard pot, Harrods Stores, Birmingham 1915, with matching spoon, combined approx 6ozt (5).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number: 1143
PHILIP BATCHELOR; a pair of George III hallmarked silver sugar nips with scallop mould grips, illegibly crested to the centre, London circa 1770, length 12.5cm, approx 1.4ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Philip Batcheor is the maker.

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Lot Number: 1144
WILLIAM SUCKLING LTD; a George V hallmarked silver twin handled tea strainer and bowl, length 13cm, Birmingham 1934, approx 2.3ozt (af).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 30 - 50

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There is a loss to the central part of the handle - the cast husk decoration is broken off. Strainer has numerous dents to the pierced section, bowl with slightly misshapen rim, more extensively misshapen foot rim, both with general minor surface wear, scratches, pitting, etc.

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