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A Victorian Serving Slice.

A Victorian parcel-gilt Server, single struck Grecian pattern, London 1883, Aldwinckle and Slater,    Read more

Maker: JOHN ALDWINCKLE & JAMES SLATER (worked from c.1883)


An Edinburgh School Prize.

A William IV shield-shaped Scottish School Prize, engraved on one side: 'For Merit in the Practice of Music 30th June 1838'; and on the reverse: 'Presented by Mr. Robertson to Miss Mary Pollock Fir...    Read more

Maker: JAMES NASMYTH, EDINBURGH (worked from c.1830)


A Scottish Debating Society Badge.

The Pantheon Society.
A George III unmarked silver Medal,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A George III Dining Club Badge.

An unmarked silver Dining Club Badge in the form of a miniature griddle, engraved with contemporary initials and the motto ‘Donum Amicitiae et Gloria Solomonis.’ Circa 1800. Suspension ring to ...    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A tiny William IV Funnel.

A William IV small oval Funnel for perfume or spirit, London 1830, maker's mark scored but probably 'BS'.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A modern 'Scotch' Wine Label.

A modern cast Wine Label, with a salmon fishing scene, engraved for 'Scotch', London 1975, Vanders.    Read more

Maker: C J VANDER LTD (worked from 1886)


A Victorian Madeira Wine Label.

A Victorian small Wine Label, engraved for 'Madeira', London 1858, Henry Holland.    Read more



A modern Wine Label for Chateau Lafitte.

A modern Wine Label in the form of an armorial shield, 1968, Frank Roger Clark.    Read more

Maker: FRANK ROGER CLARK (worked from 1956)


A George II Waiter

A George II shell and scroll border Waiter, London 1751, William Peaston.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM PEASTON (worked from 1746)


A George II Scottish Soup Ladle.

A George II Hanoverian pattern Scottish Soup Ladle, Edinburgh 1755, assay master Hugh Gordon, by Ker and Dempster.    Read more

Maker: JAMES KER AND WILLIAM DEMPSTER (worked from c.1749)


A pair of George III Sauce Boats.

A pair of George III small Sauce Boats with chased bead rims and hoof feet, London 1781, maker's mark BM', possibly for Benjamin Mordecai [also known as Mountige].

Mordecai was, howev...    Read more

Maker: BENJAMIN MORDECAI (worked from c.1770)


A pair of Victorian Wine Coasters.

A Pair of early Victorian Wine Coasters, London 1839, Joseph and John Angell.    Read more

Maker: JOHN AND JOSEPH (II) ANGELL (worked from c.1837)


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