1. Charles I spoon
This Charles I period West Country seal-top spoon has marks for Robert Tyte of Salisbury plus the prick-dot engraved ownership initials EB over D and the date 1627.
At Lockdales in Ipswich on September 1-2 is expected to bring £600-700. View the catalogue entry for this Charles I spoon on thesaleroom.com.
2. Bow porcelain plate
The Five Centuries sale of traditional Furniture, Paintings & Works of Art at Lyon & Turnbull in Edinburgh on September 1-2 includes this Bow porcelain plate c.1758-63.
The underglaze blue chinoiserie design depicting a figure holding a sceptre followed by a young boy carrying a scroll is affectionately known as the Golfer and Caddy pattern. Like others in this design it has the painted number 12 to the base.
Estimate £250-350. View the catalogue entry for this Bow porcelain plate on thesaleroom.com.
3. Claret jug
This silver and cut-glass claret jug with mounts hallmarked for J Sherwood and Sons, Birmingham, 1910, has a guide of £100-200 at Swan Fine Art of Tetsworth, Oxfordshire, on September 2-3.
View the catalogue entry for this claret jug on thesaleroom.com.
4. Butterfly tea service
On September 5, North Shields auction house Featonby’s is selling this Aynsley 20-piece tea service with a guide of £400-600.
The coveted butterfly handle design dates from c.1931. View the catalogue entry for this tea service via thesaleroom.com.
5. SAS trooper medals
This unique group of six medals awarded to SAS trooper Roger Tattersall is guided at £9000-12,000 at the Richard Winterton auction in Lichfield on September 6.
Tattersall (1938-2020) was a member of the Canadian Guards, the Parachute Regiment, 22 SAS Regiment, Rhodesian SAS and South African Forces.
His medals, which come to sale by order of the family, reflect this diverse experience.
Alongside the group in the lot are Tattersall’s SAS beret (Rhodesian issue); Parachute Regiment beret, Rhodesian issue; non-marked 1st type dress uniform blue ‘stable’ belt; and more than 20 photographs featuring Tattersall and comrades in places such as Aden, Radfan and Borneo.
The lot also includes regimental plaques and other personal items including cufflinks, tie pins, Paras metal insignia and two commemorative SAS medallions.
View the Richard Winterton auction catalogue on thesaleroom.com.
6. Anglo-Saxon bowl and mounts
Found by metal detectorists near Scotch Corner, North Yorkshire, and registered with the Portable Antiquities Scheme, these bronze and enamel roundels come from an Anglo-Saxon hanging bowl dated to the 6th-8th century AD.
They have a guide of £6000-8000 at TimeLine in Harwich, Essex, on September 7. View the catalogue entry for this Anglo Saxon bowl via thesaleroom.com.