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An early Pap Boat.

A George I Pap Boat, London 1721, William Fleming, engraved with a contemporary crest for Dobell of Folkington and Street in Sussex. The probable owner of this pap boat was William Dobell, who marr...    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM FLEMING (worked 1695-c.1730)


A small Victorian Teaset.

A small size late Victorian three piece Teaset, London 1898, Elkington and Company.    Read more

Maker: ELKINGTON & CO LTD, BIRMINGHAM (worked c.1849-c.1906)


A Sporting Dish.

Rod Kelly.
A small circular Dish, London 2000, the centre well plain and the flat rim chased and engraved with two Roman-arched doorways dividing emblems of sport, including a shotgun, trophy...    Read more

Maker: ROD KELLY (born 1956)


A pair of British ambassador's Skewers

A substantial pair of old English thread pattern Skewers, London 1824, William, Charles and Henry Eley,    Read more

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


An armorial Teapot and Cream Jug.

A Victorian octagonal Teapot and Cream Jug, London 1840 and 1841, John Tapley and Company.    Read more

Maker: JOHN TAPLEY (worked from 1834)


A Deodand silver Spoon

A George III old English pattern Tablespoon, London 1778, George Smith, the back of the bowl engraved: '19th Octr. 1778. Deodand to Heny. Stephens Esqr. Lord of Whitstone Hundred, Gloucestershire o...    Read more

Maker: GEORGE SMITH (worked from c.1758)


An enamel arts and crafts Teaspoon.

Joyce Himsworth.
A Teaspoon, the terminal formed as a gothic window inset with plique a jour enamel, Joyce and Joseph Himsworth, Sheffield, 1928.    Read more

Maker: JOYCE HIMSWORTH (1905-1989)


A George III White Wine Label.

Hester Bateman overstruck by another maker.
A George III Wine Label, for 'White Wine', London circa 1780. The label is engraved with a contemporary crest for the Howe family of Wiltshire and ...    Read more

Maker: HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON (1761-1790)


A George IV Port wine label.

A George IV Wine Label pierced for Port, London 1826, Robert Hennell.    Read more

Maker: ROBERT HENNELL II (worked 1809-1833)


A Mordan Pencil and Pen.

A Victorian gold cased Propelling Pencil and Pen, Sampson Mordan and Company, with registered design lozenge for 15th June 1869. The end cap unscrews to reveal a small space for leads; the pencil o...    Read more

Maker: SAMPSON MORDAN & CO (worked from 1823)


A pair of 'Magnificent' Tableforks.

A pair of George III Kings Husk Table Forks, London 1819, Paul Storr,    Read more

Maker: PAUL STORR, LONDON (1771-1844)


An early fiddle thread and shell pattern Tablefork.

A George III fiddle thread and shell Tablefork, London, circa 1765, maker unclear. Engraved with a crest below the motto 'Libertas'.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


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