A 30g sterling silver napkin ring fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1934, engraved 'RNCD 1935 800 Yds Relay' and a beautiful but unmarked antique 24g napkin ring monogrammed with a single initial 'H' (sold as white metal).
A small sterling silver trophy cup entitled 'Arthur Brotherton Billiards Challenge Cup' won by Stanley L. Partridge 1927, and a pedestalled lidded cup with no engraving fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1928.
A group of 3 small sterling silver frames sold together, each has an easel back. Smaller rectangular is by PJP, Birmingham 1994, larger rectangular is by Kitney & Co, London 1995 and circular one is Sydney & Co Birmingham 1907.
A set of 6 sterling silver coffee spoons in an unusual design. Made by Docker & Burn Ltd they have varying dates, 1 is Birmingham 1923, 1 is 1925 and 4 are 1927. No monograms. Would be good candidates for jewellery upcycling etc.
An unusual pair of serving spoons in Windsor pattern with exceptionally large bowls (9cm long by 5.7cm wide). Fully hallmarked for Sheffield 1942, maker E I & A I. In original Prestons of Bolton fitted case. Pictured next to a standard tablespoon for size comparison purposes.
A lovely looking sterling silver lidded powder pot with mirror to interior of lid. The lovely repousse design incorporated the Green Man and birds etc. No monograms. Lid fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1958, maker Broadway & Co.