A George III oval table centrepiece by John Wakelin & Robert Garrard, London, 1795, with replaced stem by Robert Hennell III, London, 1835, 91oz. Estimate £2500-3500 at Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood, Exeter, April 14-16.
George II domed lidded tankard, probably by Richard Bayley, London 1737, with engraved initials D over SM, 22oz. Estimate £700-1000 at Dreweatts, Donnington Priory, April 13.
Charles II silver wine taster by FW, London, 1666, 5in (12cm) diameter. Estimate £1000-1500 at Dominic Winter, South Cerney, March 24.
A pair of Victorian novelty pepperettes realistically cast as a pair of fighting cocks, with detachable heads, by EH Stockwell, London, 1883. Estimate £2000-2500 at Lawrences, Crewkerne, April 20.
A pair of George III Scottish silver sauce tureens, Edinburgh, c.1809, George Fenwick, 42oz. Estimate £800-1200 at Roseberys London, March 17.
Victorian boxed silver gilt christening set, London 1895. Estimate £40-60 at Huntly Auctions, Turriff, Aberdeenshire, April 27.
A George III Irish sugar basket, possibly George West, Dublin 1795. Estimate £250-350 at Hartleys, Ilkley, March 24.
A pair of George III campana-shaped wine coolers, collars and liners by Thomas and James Creswick, Sheffield, 1813, 157oz, with the arms for Admiral of the Fleet Sir James Hawkins-Whitshed (1762-1849) and his wife Sophia Henrietta, daughter of Captain John Albert Bentinck. Estimate £10,000-15,000 at Tennants, Leyburn, March 27.
A Victorian novelty silver-plated spoon warmer c.1880 by Robert Pringle, 9in (22cm) high. Estimate £100-150 at Elstob & Elstob, Ripon, March 20.
A pair of late George III meat dishes by Paul Storr, London 1818. Estimate £3000-4000 at Fellows’ timed sale closing on April 12.
A late 17th century silver filigree-mounted ‘horn’ book, unmarked, c.1690, inset with a panel of the alphabet letters and the Lord’s prayer, 4½in (11cm). Estimate £3000-5000 at Woolley & Wallis, Salisbury, April 27-28.
A Victorian novelty silver vesta case by Louis Dee, London 1883, enamelled with a cover from Punch magazine. Estimate £400-600 at Chorley’s, Prinknash Abbey, March 23-24.
A George I Britannia standard octagonal coffee pot by Samuel Margas, London 1719, with the arms of Paget of Beaudesert Hall, Staffordshire, 29oz. Estimate £5000-7000 at Bamfords, Derby, March 24-26.
An early Victorian melon form teapot by Edward Barnard & Sons, London 1839, 21oz. Estimate £400-480 at Gerrards, Lytham St Annes, March 18-19.