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A Victorian Invalid's Feeding Tube.

A Victorian Feeding Tube, Birmingham 1851, John Tongue.    Read more

Maker: JOHN TONGUE, BIRMINGHAM (worked from c.1830)

£380.00

A curious Feeding tube

A Feeding tube, unmarked, circa 1780, probably Spanish colonial.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£330.00

A George III Pap Boat

A George III Pap Boat with shaped cut border, London 1771, Samuel Meriton [probably].
A number of makers used the initials 'SM' at this period - so it is not possible to be certain as to the ...    Read more

Maker: SAMUEL MERITON I (worked from 1739)

£340.00

A Victorian Invalid's Fork with knife blade.

A Victorian single-struck bead edge pattern Fork with detachable knife blade, London 1857, George Adams.    Read more

Maker: GEORGE ADAMS (worked 1840-1883)

£375.00

A George IV Tongue Depressor.

A George IV Spatula or Tongue Depressor, with engine-turned handle, Birmingham 1827, Taylor and Perry.    Read more

Maker: TAYLOR & PERRY, BIRMINGHAM (worked from 1800)

£250.00

A Victorian Folding Dental Mirror.

A Victorian folding Dental Mirror, London 1852, John Harris for Harris and Brownett.    Read more

Maker: JOHN HARRIS OF HARRIS AND BROWNETT (worked from c.1850)

£390.00

A George IV Medicine Spoon

A George IV Feeding or Medicine Spoon, 1828 London, Charles Gibson,    Read more

Maker: CHARLES GIBSON (worked from c.1827)

£970.00

A Birmingham Medicine Spoon

A George IV tubular handled Medicine Spoon, Birmingham 1826, Lawrence and Company. The lid of the spoon is part-marked with a date letter and engraved with script initials.

This design...    Read more

Maker: LAWRENCE & CO, BIRMINGHAM (worked from 1813)

£1050.00

A Red Cross Medicine Spoon

A Red Cross Medicine Spoon, Birmingham 1902, Levi and Salaman, the heel of the bowl with a registered design number 389396, and the handle terminal with red enamel cross. In fitted case.A Red Cross Medicine Spoon, Birmingham 1902, Levi and Salaman, the heel of the bowl with a registered design number 389396, and the handle terminal with red enamel cross. In fitted case.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£355.00

A French silver Lancet Case for a Midwife.

An unmarked French silver octagonal Lancet Case engraved as a prize to a Midwife,    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£495.00

A silver Eyebath

An unmarked Eyebath, British or European, circa 1800.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£330.00

A silver Feeding Straw

An unmarked Feeding Straw, British or Colonial circa 1830.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£365.00

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