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A naturalistic Salt Cellar

John Bridge of Rundell, Bridge.
A George IV Salt Cellar formed as a sea urchin resting on coral branches with a rocky base, London 1825.
This salt matches another in the collection of t...    Read more

Maker: JOHN BRIDGE (worked 1824-1834)

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A Welsh School Medal.

A Victorian School Prize Medal London 1852, maker 'GR',    Read more

Maker: Unknown

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A combined Cigar cutter and Vinaigrette.

An Edwardian 18 carat Gold mounted Cigar Cutter with Vinaigrette, London 1903, William Hutton.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM HUTTON AND SONS LTD (worked from 1893)

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An 18th century French Snuffbox

A French silver-gilt Snuffbox, Joseph Bellanger, Paris, 1738/9. Flat-chased with romantic pastoral scenes within a border of scrolls and shells.    Read more

Maker: JOSEPH BELLANGER (worked 1736-1746)

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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)

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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)

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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)

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A George II Quart Tankard.

A George II baluster Quart size lidded Tankard, London 1752, Shaw and Priest.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM SHAW AND WILLIAM PRIEST (worked from c.1749)

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A pair of Armorial Wine Labels.

A pair of Heraldic Wine Labels, circa 1800, maker's mark only struck twice, engraved for Sherry and Port.
Provenance: the Alington family of Little Barford Manor, Bedfordshire, whose crest w...    Read more

Maker: Unknown

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A Maltese silver Seal and Wax Case.

A mid-18th century Maltese Sealing Wax Case with seal matricies at each end, circa 1755. The case is struck with the crowned 'MA' mark and the five-pelleted mint mark but has no maker's mark.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

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A George III unmarked silver Girls' School Prize.

A George III feather edge engraved School Prize Medal,    Read more

Maker: Unknown

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A George IV School Prize Medal.

A George IV School Prize Medal, London 1823, William Kingdon.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM KINGDON (worked from c.1810)

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