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A tiny William IV Funnel.

A William IV small oval Funnel for perfume or spirit, London 1830, maker's mark scored but probably 'BS'.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A pair of George III Sauce Boats.

A pair of George III small Sauce Boats with chased bead rims and hoof feet, London 1781, maker's mark BM', possibly for Benjamin Mordecai [also known as Mountige].

Mordecai was, howev...    Read more

Maker: BENJAMIN MORDECAI (worked from c.1770)


A Victorian Novelty Dish.

A Victorian novelty Dish on the form of a Swan preening its feathers, London 1886, Thomas Johnson. The head inset with a glass eye. The body and wing formed from two cast elements.    Read more

Maker: THOMAS JOHNSON (worked from 1869)


A George III Mote Spoon.

George III shell-back Mote Spoon, circa 1765, struck with a maker's mark twice only    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A large Victorian Luckenbooth Brooch.

An unmarked Scottish Luckenbooth Brooch of large size, formed as a crowned 'M', circa 1870.
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Maker: Unknown


An Irish Great-grandmother's Christening Gift.

A George III Two-handled Cup, Dublin 1770, Charles Townsend    Read more

Maker: CHARLES TOWNSEND OF DUBLIN (worked c.1760-1780)


A Victorian small Whistle.

A late Victorian engine-turned Whistle, London 1899, Sampson Mordan and Company.    Read more

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


A set of Victorian Drink Mixers.

A set of Victorian Cordial mixers, with Fruit knife and Tongs, London 1879, Henry Holland.    Read more



A set of Murphy Spoons.

H.G. Murphy.
A set of six Spoons, each inlaid with niello spring flowers, London 1931.    Read more



Four Traprain Treasure Spoons.

Traprain Silver.
A set of four Spoons, Brook and Son, Edinburgh, 1933.    Read more

Maker: BROOK & SON (worked 1891-1941)


A pair of George IV Salt Cellars.

A pair of George IV fluted circular Salt Cellars, with floral embossing and rocaille border, the interiors gilt, London 1829, J.E. Terrey. The bodies engraved with a contemporary crest. The cellars...    Read more

Maker: JOHN EDWARD TERREY, LONDON Also known as J E TERREY & CO (worked from 1816)


A Candle Snuffer.

Anthony Hawksley. A conical Snuffer set at the top with a citrine-coloured stone, London 1969.    Read more

Maker: ANTHONY HAWKSLEY (1921-1991)


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