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A silver Sculpture of a Fireman.

A silver Sculpture of a Fireman, set on a marble base, Sheffield 1955, Walker and Hall. The body of the fireman formed from cast sections, the helmet modelled from sheet.    Read more

Maker: WALKER & HALL (worked from 1845)


A Victorian Purse.

A Victorian Purse. with silk interior, Birmingham 1885, Horton and Allday,    Read more

Maker: HORTON & ALLDAY OF BIRMINGHAM (worked 1888-1933)


A George II Cravat Buckle

A George II silver Cravat Buckle, maker's mark and lion passant only, circa 1755, London, maker 'CA'.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A pair of 18th century paste set Buckles.

A pair of small paste set silver and gold Buckles, English, circa 1780, with steel chapes.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A set of Victorian Nesting Tot Beakers

A Set of six Victorian nesting Tot Beakers with gilt interiors, London 1882, William Leuchars,    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM LEUCHARS, LONDON & PARIS (worked 1877-1888)


A Modern Silver Rosebowl.

A 20th century silver Rose-bowl with detachable cover, in the arts and crafts manner, P.L.Moody,Birmingham 1975.    Read more

Maker: P L MOODY (worked from 1975)


A Robert Welch Condiment Set

Robert Welch.
A three-piece Condiment Set, the salt and pepper pots Birmingham 1972 and the Mustard Pot with glass liner and silver Spatula, 1973.
The weight given below is for the four...    Read more

Maker: ROBERT WELCH (1929-2000)


An arts and crafts Caddy Spoon

A Caddy Spoon, with shell bowl and pierced handle, London 1974, by Gordon Reginald Enfield Southwood [1911-1987. Southwood's mark was registered in 1968.    Read more



A pair of French green-tinted Spectacles

A pair of French Spectacles, circa 1815, the frames with green glass.    Read more

Maker: L. GILLET (worked from c.1814)


A large pair of York Scissors

A pair of York large silver-handled Scissors, Barber and Whitwell.    Read more

Maker: JAMES BARBER & WILLIAM WHITWELL (worked from 1814)


A silver-gilt Posy Ring

A silver-gilt Posy Ring, circa 1700, the interior engraved with the motto 'Your Love mi Life'    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A pair of George III Shoe Buckles.

A pair of George III Shoe Buckles with steel chapes, circa 1765, struck with a maker's mark and lion passant only: probably London, the maker 'FR' in script.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


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