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A Victorian Butter Dish and matching Cream Jug.

A Victorian glass and silver Butter Dish, with matching Cream Jug, London 1854, Hunt and Roskell.    Read more

Maker: HUNT & ROSKELL, LONDON (worked 1843-1897)

£1700.00

An 18th century Dressing Table Bottle

An 18th century unmarked silver mounted glass Dressing Bottle with screw on cap. Probably French    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£330.00

A pair of George III Sugar Sifting Spoons.

A Pair of George III silver-gilt old English thread pattern Sugar Sifting Spoons, London 1789, George Smith and William Fearn.    Read more

Maker: GEORGE SMITH III & WILLIAM FEARN, LONDON (worked 1786-1797)

£540.00

An unusual Scottish silver Flask.

A large George III Scottish silver Flask, with detachable gilt-lined beaker, Edinburgh 1818 by William and Patrick Cunningham.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM AND PATRICK CUNNINGHAM (worked c.1785-c.1820)

£6250.00

An Arts and Crafts Coconut Bowl and Spoon.

Elizabeth Kirkwood. A silver-mounted Coconut Bowl and Matching Spoon, Edinburgh 1951.

Elizabeth Kirkwood exhibited 'two good enamels, imitations of primitive work' at the Royal Academy...    Read more

Maker: ELIZABETH HENRY KIRKWOOD (1882-1967)

£680.00

A George IV Horticultural Medal.

The Horticultural Society of London. A Medal wawarded to Mr. Thomas Gibbs    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM WYON (1795-1851)

£330.00

A 19th century Agricultural Medal

The Society for the Improvement of Agriculture. A Medal presented to Messrs. Gibbs and Co.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£165.00

A pair of George II Wine Labels.

A pair of escutcheon-shaped Wine Labels, maker's mark and lion passant, London circa 1750, the maker's mark two gothic letters, perhaps 'LH'.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£660.00

A pair of George II Wine Labels.

A pair of escutcheon-shaped Wine Labels, maker's mark R.P. struck twice, circa 1760.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£640.00

A pair of George III Wine Labels

A pair of escutcheon-shaped George III Wine labels, London, circa 1770, Margaret Binley,maker's mark only struck twice. The labels are engraved for 'Mountain' and 'Madeira' and are flat-chased with...    Read more

Maker: MARGARET BINLEY, LONDON (worked from 1764)

£630.00

A 19th century Agricultural Medal

The Society for the Improvement of Agriculture. A medal 'Presented to Messrs. Gibbs & Co. Seedsmen    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£165.00

A George IV Horticultural Medal.

The Horticultural Society of London. A medal depicting Joseph Banks, by W. Wyon.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM WYON (1795-1851)

£260.00

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