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Lot Number: 1410
ADIE BROS LTD; a cased George VI hallmarked silver three piece cruet set comprising a baluster pepper, an open salt and mustard pot, both with matching spoons, Birmingham 1951, a Georgina mustard spoon with crested finial, London 1826, a set of six electroplated nut picks, silver approx 3.6ozt
Category: Silver
Estimate: £20 - £40

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Lot Number: 1411
MAPPIN & WEBB; a cased Elizabeth II hallmarked silver three piece cruet set comprising a baluster pepper raised on four outswept legs with paw feet, an oval open salt and a mustard pot, both with blue plastic liner, and a pair of condiment spoons, Barker Ellis Silver Co, Birmingham 1968, each piece initialled C, approx 4.7ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: £30 - £50

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Lot Number: 1412
WALKER & HALL; a boxed Elizabeth II hallmarked silver six piece cruet of faceted circular form with glass liners, Birmingham 1961, with silver presentation plaque to the hinged lid of the case, two salt and one mustard spoon, Adie Bros, Birmingham 1961 and one silver plated spoon, combined silver approx 4.52ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: £70 - £100

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Lot Number: 1413
WILLIAM SUCKLING; a George V hallmarked silver three piece cruet set of circular form with pierced banded decoration and blue glass liners, Birmingham 1931, with associated hallmarked silver spoon, combined approx 2.09ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: £30 - £50

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Lot Number: 1414
An Indian white metal four piece cruet of spherical form with repoussé decoration of scrolling foliage, combined approx 6.34ozt (4).
Category: Silver
Estimate: £40 - £60

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Lot Number: 1415
ROBERT PRINGLE & SONS; a George V hallmarked silver three piece cruet set of plain circular form, the pepper and mustard with cast finials, all with blue glass liners, London 1923, also two further hallmarked silver napkin rings and a silver plated mustard spoon, total approx 3.2ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: £50 - £80

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Condition Report

Cruet set generally clean with some pitting and surface scratches but no major dents, some rubbing to the hallmarks, one napkin ring heavily dented and misshapen, both with surface wear.

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Lot Number: 1416
GEORGE UNITE; an Edward VII hallmarked silver mustard pot modelled as a tankard with domed hinged lid and blue glass liner, Birmingham 1905, height 9cm, approx 3.5ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: £80 - £100

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Condition Report

Overall in good condition, minor surface rubbing commensurate with age, odd areas of tarnish, residues of cleaning products to the inside, shaped intact.

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Lot Number: 1417
HASELER BROS; an Edward VII hallmarked silver mustard pot of oval form with pierced sides, angled handle and cast urn shaped finial with blue glass liner, Chester 1905, length 11cm, and an OId English pattern mustard spoon, George Unite, Birmingham 1906, approx 4ozt (2).
Category: Silver
Estimate: £50 - £80

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Condition Report

Generally in good condition with minor surface wear and dirt commensurate with age and mild scratches throughout with odd small areas of tarnish, scratched with trademarks to the base, residues of cleaning products to the inside, the spoon slightly misshapen.

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Lot Number: 1418
WILLIAM PLUMMER; a George III hallmarked silver oval mustard pot with fluted sides, loop handle and scallop mould decorated thumb piece, with blue glass liner, London 1787, length 11cm, approx 3.4ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: £50 - £80

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Condition Report

Generally in good condition, the hinge is slightly loose, numerous tiny dents to the sides with approximately six larger examples, residue of cleaning products, general minor surface wear commensurate with age such as mild scratches, shaped intact apart from the scroll to the lower part of the handle.

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Lot Number: 1419
WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS; an Edward VII hallmarked silver small mustard of round form with pierced foliate decoration and glass liner, Birmingham 1909, a hallmarked silver egg cup, WI Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1953, combined silver approx 1.54ozt and an electroplated oval salt with pierced decoration and blue glass liner (3).
Category: Silver
Estimate: £30 - £50

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