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A Sea Captain's Silver Flagon.

A large William IV Presentation Tankard, London 1835, John Tapley,    Read more

Maker: JOHN TAPLEY (worked from 1834)


A Victorian novelty Pepper Pot Knight.

A Victorian novelty Pepper Pot in the form of a medieval Knight in full armour wielding a spiked mace, London 1880, Louis Dee. The visor hinges to enable the pot to be filled. The interior and part...    Read more

Maker: LOUIS DEE, LONDON (worked c.1859-1884)


A Victorian novelty Pepper Pot Cat.

A Victorian novelty Pepper pot in the form of a seated Cat, London 1887, Jane Brownett.    Read more

Maker: JANE BROWNETT, LONDON (worked from 1868)


Two Royal Presents from Queen Charlotte.

Two gold mounted George III Almanacs. The smaller example, 1817, bound in red Morocco, with a manuscript note 'Given to me by the Queen on Xmas day 1818 Windsor Melville' and with a card in the int...    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A large Victorian Milk Jug.

A large size Victorian Cream Jug, London 1883, W and J. Barnard. The interior gilt.    Read more

Maker: W & J BARNARD, LONDON (worked from 1877)


A Scottish George III Marrow Scoop.

A George III Scottish Marrow scoop with twisted stem, Edinburgh, circa 1790, William Robertson. Struck only with a maker's mark, duty mark and Edinburgh town mark.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM ROBERTSON (worked from c.1790)


A George III Sugar Basin.

A George III helmet Sugar Basin, London 1795, Robert and David Hennell.    Read more

Maker: ROBERT AND DAVID HENNELL (worked from c.1763)


A Victorian novelty Piano Match Case

A Victorian table Match Box and Cigarette Case in the form of an upright Piano, the interior gilt and the exterior engraved with a crest and monogram, London 1886, George Heath for Asprey's.The pia...    Read more

Maker: GEORGE HEATH, LONDON (worked 1877-c.1905)


A pair of Victorian Perfume Bottles.

A Victorian pair of miniature spherical glass Perfume Bottles, with silver-gilt mounts, London 1885, George Brace. The top of one bottle opens by unscrewing and the other with a push button catch a...    Read more

Maker: GEORGE BRACE, LONDON (worked from 1859)


A Scottish Provincial Serving Fork.

An unusual fiddle pattern Serving Fork, William Jamieson, circa 1830.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM JAMIESON, ABERDEEN (worked from c.1810)


Two shagreen and silver Cases.

Two late 19th century Cases, one containing a scent bottle, each covered with shagreen and mounted in unmarked silver in the 18th century manner. European circa 1890.

Dimensions given ...    Read more

Maker: Unknown


Two 18th century Tobacco Boxes.

Two 18th century Tobacco Boxes, both oval and with hinged lids. The earlier example, maker's mark only, Francis Harache, London circa 1755, and engraved with the crest [lid] and arms [under base] o...    Read more

Maker: FRANCIS HARRACHE, LONDON (worked from 1738)


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