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A French Travelling Inkwell.

A French silver travelling Inkwell with wafer box and pen/pencil holder, circa 1810,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A 19th century Desk Seal.

An early 19th century Table Seal, with ivory turned handle,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


William Banting's Writing Prize.

An early Victorian Writing Prize in the form of a Quill Pen, London 1839, Rawlings and Summers.    Read more

Maker: RAWLINGS & SUMMERS, LONDON (worked from c.1829)


A pair of George IV Grape Scissors.

A pair of George IV silver-gilt Grape Scissors, vine and grape decoration, William, Charles and Henry Eley, London 1824.
Struck also with a French tax mark.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM, CHARLES AND HENRY ELEY (worked 1824-1825)


A Masonic Jewel.

A Victorian Masonic Treasurer's Key Collar Jewel, part marked by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1841    Read more

Maker: JOSEPH WILLMORE, BIRMINGHAM (worked 1798-1843)


A 17th century Thimble

An unmarked 17th century German Thimble,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A Charles Boyton Toastrack.

Charles Boyton.
A Toastrack, London 1932. Signed 'Charles Boyton' underneath.    Read more

Maker: CHARLES BOYTON (1885-1958)


A set of Scottish Teaspoons

A Set of six Spoons, Edinburgh 1944, Sybil Norah Pringle.
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Maker: SYBIL NORAH PRINGLE (worked from 1941)


A Spice Sifting Spoon

A small George IV spice sifting Spoon, London 1828, John Brydie.    Read more

Maker: JOHN BRYDIE (worked from c.1823)


An Arts and Crafts Spoon

A long Spoon in the arts and crafts manner, with hammered bowl and Celtic knot finial, Winifred King and Company, Birmingham 1928    Read more

Maker: WINIFRED KING & CO, BIRMINGHAM (worked from 1933)


A Child's Mug.

A Child's Mug, London 1946, Wakely and Wheeler.    Read more

Maker: JAMES WAKELY & FRANK CLARKE WHEELER (worked from c.1884)


A Celtic Revival Brooch

A Celtic Revival Brooch, silver-gilt, unmarked. Applied with a design registration lozenge for 23rd July 1849.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


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