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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 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 French plate Dish Cross

A mid-18th century French Plate Brass Dish Cross, circa 1755,    Read more

Maker: Unknown

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A 17th century Locket

A Charles I Royalist's Memento Mori Locket, circa 1650, commemorating the death of Charles, executed in 1648. The outside engraved 'I live and dy in layaltye' above a heart pierced with two arrows;...    Read more

Maker: Unknown

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A pair of Victorian sprung Servers.

A Victorian King's pattern pair of sprung Servers, London 1882, Aldwinckle and Slater.    Read more

Maker: ALDWINCKLE & SLATER, LONDON (worked 1880-c.1905)

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An heraldic Victorian Fish Slice.

A Kings' Husk pattern Fish Slice, the blade pierced and engraved with foliate scrolls and a crest of a cockerel issuing from a ducal coronet, London 1841, William Traies, the handle engraved with a...    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM TRAIES (worked 1822-1850)

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An early 18th century Fork.

An early 18th century unmarked silver Fork with agate handle, circa 1730.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

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A Novelty Paper Knife.

A Sampson Mordan and Company Paper Knife, the end formed as a cockerel, London 1916.    Read more

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

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An arts and crafts Jug.

Alice Mabel Camwell. [1881- circa1939].
A Milk Jug, in the arts and crafts manner, Birmingham 1927.    Read more

Maker: ALICE MABEL CAMWELL (born 1881)

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A Victorian Novelty Cream Jug

A Victorian heavy novelty Cream Jug in the form of a Blackjack, London 1874, Francis Boone Thomas.    Read more

Maker: FRANCIS BOONE THOMAS (worked from c.1851)

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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 pair of George II Wine Labels.

A pair of escutcheon-shaped Wine Labels, maker's mark and lion passant, London circa 1750, the maker's mark two gothic letters, perhaps 'LH'.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

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