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A Letter from Joseph Priestley

A single page Manuscript letter from Joseph Priestley, [1733-1804],    Read more

Maker: JOSEPH PRIESTLEY (1733-1804)

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A Sybil Dunlop Caddy Spoon.

Sibyl Dunlop.
A Caddy Spoon, London 1926, the handle inset with a cabochon of chalcedony.    Read more

Maker: SYBIL DUNLOP (1889-1968)

£POA

An arts and crafts Caddy Spoon.

Sybil Dunlop.
A Caddy spoon with pierced handle, London 1951.    Read more

Maker: SYBIL DUNLOP (1889-1968)

£POA

A Victorian pocket Cheroot and Vesta Case.

A Victorian Pocket Cheroot or Cigarette Case, the gilt interior inset with a vesta case, London 1883, E.H. Stockwell.    Read more

Maker: EDWARD. H. STOCKWELL, LONDON (worked 1860-1894)

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A Tewkesbury Oddfellows Jewel with a political connection.

A George III Jewel for the Tewkesbury Lodge of Oddfellows, Number 5, 'Holland Griffith No. 32', London 1792, Peter and Ann Bateman.    Read more

Maker: PETER & ANN BATEMAN, LONDON (worked 1791-1805)

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A pair of small Sardine Servers.

A pair of Servers for small fish, with Sardine-shaped handles, Sheffield 1911, Richard Burbridge for Harrods.    Read more

Maker: RICHARD BURBRIDGE (1847-1917)

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A length of Telegraph Cable.

A section of steel cable mounted in unmarked silver, the middle band with the die-struck legend 'Atlantic Telegraph Cable Guaranteed by Tiffany and Co. Broadway, New York.Circa 1858.
Tiffany ...    Read more

Maker: TIFFANY & CO (worked from c.1837)

£350.00

A 17th century Posy Ring

A heavy Gold 'Fede' or Posy Ring, the interior of the D-section ring engraved and enamelled 'Fé y Fidalgula'[fidalguia] beside a pair of clasped hands. Circa 1670.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

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A pair of Victorian Nippers

A pair of silver-gilt Victorian Nippers with large claw ends, London 1859, Francis Higgins. Engraved with contemporary crest.    Read more

Maker: FRANCIS HIGGINS, LONDON (worked 1817-1939)

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A pair of George III Sugar Nippers

A pair of George III Sugar Nippers, marked with lion passant and maker, for Henry Plumpton, London, circa 1765. Engraved on the oval bowls with contemporary initials 'M' and 'WI'.    Read more

Maker: HENRY PLUMPTON (worked from 1740)

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A George III Wine Label.

A George III scroll-shaped bright-cut Wine label, engraved for 'Sherry', maker's mark only, the second letter poorly struck but probably for Susannah Barker, London, circa 1790.
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Maker: SUSANNA BARKER, LONDON (worked 1778-1793)

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A Victorian Frog Pepper Pot.

A Victorian novelty Pepper pot in the form of a frog with glass eyes, London 1881, Sampson Mordan    Read more

Maker: ALEXANDER CRICHTON, LONDON (worked from 1878)

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