02/04/2015 Chiswick Curates
Next week, on Tuesday 7th April at 12 noon,
we have some exceptional items in our General sale.
The range and quality of the silver pieces is stunning and amongst a number of Nathaniel Mills pieces, lots 65, 67 and 68 are; a hallmarked silver Castletop card-case with a very deep detail of Warwick Castle, a hallmarked card-case with different views to each side and a silver gilt Castle top vinaigrette with view of Windsor Castle. All hallmarked Birmingham 1837 to 1848
Lot 84 is from Edward, John and Williams Bernard - London 1865 - a comport form pot pourri in hallmarked silver, pierced body and lid with eagle finial, grape and vine decoration.
And finally, from the picture above, lot 100 is a pair of cast hallmarked silver inkwells by Walsely and Wheeler, London 1911. Designed for the Vintners Company and having deep figured maidens to all 4 sides, the lids also having figures of maidens holding shields with the Vintners crest.
There are many more quality silver lots, but there are also some other great pieces as well.
Lot 182 is a pair of George Jones late 19th Century pate-sur-pate porcelain chargers applied with raised decoration with magical nymph by Frederick Scheuk. c.1870s approx 30cm diameter, each.
The catalogue will be online very soon.
On Tuesday this week our inaugural Rug sale went very well and our evening Vintage Wines and Spirits sale was also a great success.
Over the Easter weekend, we will be closing at 2pm on Friday 3rd April but open as normal on Sunday and Monday.
We accept consignments up to 3 weeks before each Specialist sale, and every week for our General sales, please check our sale calendar for more details.