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An Artist's Watercolour Paint Box

A cylindrical Artist's Watercolour Box, London 1913, William Hornby.
Lacking paints, apart from the brown. The box contains a small pencil and brush.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM HORNBY, LONDON (worked 1898-1913)


A Victorian Seal with Sewing Necessaire.

A Victorian Seal with Sewing Necessaire, the bloodstone matrix cut with gothic initials, the case, which is chased with scrollwork and birds of paradise, contains an unmarked thimble and spool wind...    Read more

Maker: THOMAS JOHNSON (worked from 1869)


A George IV circular Snuffbox.

A circular George IV Snuffbox with pull-off lid, engine-turned decoration and applied foliate border, Birmingham 1824, Robert Mitchell. The interior gilt.    Read more

Maker: ROBERT MITCHELL (worked from 1821)


A Japanese silver Card Case.

A Japanese silver Card Holder, circa 1922, the front applied with a semi-circle of flowers with a fan and tambourine. The reverse of the case is engraved 'Souvenir of Mme. Anna Pavlova's Visit to J...    Read more

Maker: Unknown


An 18th century Bodkin Case.

An unmarked silver-gilt Bodkin Case, circa 1790,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A 17th century Patch Box.

A late 17th century small Box with pull-off lid, fully marked, London 1689, maker's mark 'R?' The lid engraved with a stylised plant head.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A George III Vinaigrette.

A George III ribbbed Vinaigrette, Birmingham 1817, Joseph Willmore.    Read more

Maker: JOSEPH WILLMORE, BIRMINGHAM (worked 1798-1843)


A George III Patch Box

A George III circular Patch Box, Birmingham 1796, Samuel Pemberton.    Read more

Maker: SAMUEL PEMBERTON (worked 1784-1823)


A Victorian Snuffbox.

A Victorian Snuffbox, London 1844, W.R. Smily, the lid applied with a stag hunting scene.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM ROBERT SMILY, LONDON (worked 1842-1858)


A large Pocket Nutmeg Grater

A Victorian large size reeded Nutmeg Grater, London 1839, Rawlings and Summers.    Read more

Maker: RAWLINGS & SUMMERS, LONDON (worked from c.1829)


A George III Toothpick Box

A George III bright-cut Toothpick Box, Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1793. The interior of the box is lined with red velvet, with a mirror inside the lid. The lid exterior is engraved with contempo...    Read more

Maker: SAMUEL PEMBERTON (worked 1784-1823)


An Edwardian Seal and Vesta Case

A Sealing Wax Holder, with vesta case and seal, London 1904, the maker's mark unattributed.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


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