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A Pinchbeck Box by Pinchbeck

John Pinchbeck.
A rare George II gilt-metal circular Box with bombe sides,    Read more

Maker: JOHN PINCHBECK (worked 1732-c.1744)


A teardrop Nutmeg grater

A George II tear-drop shaped Nutmeg Grater, with silver grate, London circa 1728, by John Lewis Marc.

The silversmith, John Lewis Marc, was clearly a specialist box maker. His mark, '...    Read more

Maker: JEAN LOUIS MARC Also known as JOHN LEWIS MARC (worked c.1695-1739)


A Curling Stone Mustard Pot.

A Victorian novelty Scottish Mustard Pot in the form of a Curling Stone, Edinburgh 1883, MacKay and Chisholm.    Read more

Maker: MACKAY AND CHISHOLM, EDINBURGH (worked from 1835)


An Edwardian Egg Topper.

A pair of Egg Toppers or Cutters, the jaws set with steel pins, London 1904, Edwards and Sons    Read more

Maker: EDWARD & SONS, LONDON (worked from 1901)


An owlish Dish.

A late Victorian small Dish or Pin Tray, London 1897, Sampson Mordan and Company,    Read more

Maker: SAMPSON MORDAN & CO LTD (worked from c.1899)


A York Volunteer Corps Gorget.

An exceptional George III parcel-gilt silver Officer's Gorget, York 1793/4, John Hampston and John Prince.    Read more

Maker: HAMPSTON & PRINCE (worked from 1790)


A large Punch Ladle

A William IV large Punch Ladle, London 1835, Robert Garrard.    Read more

Maker: ROBERT GARRARD II, LONDON (worked 1818-1881)


A George III Tumbler.

An unmarked George III Tumbler,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A George II Perfume bottle case.

A George II Perfume Bottle Case,    Read more

Maker: JOHN HARVEY I, LONDON (worked from 1739)


A Beggar's Bennison Badge.

Beggar's Bennison.
An unmarked silver-gilt Badge, circa 1800, for the 'Order of the Beggar's Bennison and Merryland',    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A pair of Devlin Fish Servers.

Stuart Devlin.
A pair of parcel-gilt Fish Servers with chiselled handles, London 1968.    Read more

Maker: STUART DEVLIN, LONDON (born 1931)


A William IV Dental Mirror

An unmarked silver folding Dental Mirror, the interior with a folded paper with 'B. Taylor Feby. 7 1831. London'
The dimensions given below are for the mirror when folded.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


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