b'17108A sterling silver flatware service (incomplete), Albany pattern;hallmarked Sheffield 1901 by John Round and comprising one soup, two basting spoons, eleven tablespoons, 11 dessert spoons, twelve table forks and 11 dessert forks. The knives, with original ivory handles comprise of twelve table, nine bread & butter, 1 carving, steel, and two carving forks. All contained in the original box with family monogram and various labels; the knife box is missing. Approx. 3,400 grams.From a notable Western Australian115colonial family, the Browns of York, W.A. The set was purchased by Maitland Brown [1843-1905], explorer, pastoralist and politician and uncle of Edith Cowan, first woman in parliament. The set was left to his daughter, Constance Mary Brown, who donated it (less the misplaced pieces) to The National Trust,114 118from whom it was purchased by theA pair of sterling silver condiments byA three piece sterling silver tea service present vendor approx. 15 years ago. ItThomas Bradbury of London, circa 1899;by Martin Hall & Co. Ltd. of Sheffield, may be of further interest to know thattogether with a pair of pierced bonboncirca 1870,Andrew Forrest is a direct descendant. dishes, London, circa 1928, and athe teapot 12cm high, 770 grams total (3)$3,0003,500mustard pot, London, circa 1934. $550650 385 grams total (5)109 $250350119A sterling silver rose bowl by GeorgeBoxed cutlery, servers, meat dish cover Jackson & David Fullerton of London,115 and trays, silver plate and pewter, circa 1896, Three Continental silver boxes 19th and 20th century,18cm diameter, 410 grams with repouss decoration, the meat cover 34.5cm across (5)$25035019th and early 20th century, $60100 the largest 8.5cm across,110 190 grams total (3) 120$200300 A silver plated tureen, jug and two butter A sterling silver rose bowl by dishes together with two sterling silver Ollivant & Botsford of London,vases, 19th and early 20th century,circa 1900, 116 the vases 14cm high (6)20.5cm diameter, 340 grams Two pairs of Georgian sterling silver $100200 $200300mustard spoons by Stephen Adams II and William Eaton, circa 1822 and 1834,10cm long, 44 grams total (4) 121111 $120200George Butler, Sheffield, silver plated A pair of sterling silver wine coasters,part cutlery set, (50 pieces)mid 20th century, $60100 4.5cm high, 11cm diameter (2) 117$150250An English silver plated cutlery setin canteen, 20th century112 $120200 A sterling silver pierced oval serving dish by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes of Chester, circa 1902, 24.5cm across the handles;together with a pair of sterling silver vases, London mid 20th century, 13.5cm high, 620 grams total (3)$400600 113A pair English sterling silver salt cellars by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company of London, date mark illegible,8.5cm diameter, 252 grams total (2)$250350 106'