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An 18th century Pomander cum Whistle.

An 18th century German engine-turned Whistle and Pomander, circa 1760. The interior of the pomander with gilded surface. The pomander unscrews into four sections.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


Souvenirs of the first Asswan Dam and Sir John Aird.

A small rectangular Presentation Tray, an applied rope rim twisted at the corners to form feet, London 1902, Sebastian Garrard.    Read more



A 20th century small Dish

A 20th century small circular Dish, with textured gilt border, London 1972, T.Perry and Son.    Read more

Maker: T. PERRY AND SON (worked from 1971)


A 20th century silver Bowl.

A 20th century Bowl, London 1968, Robin Beresford.

Robin Beresford studied at the Royal College of Art,
1961-4. He now works in Ashford with his son, Martin.    Read more

Maker: ROBIN BERESFORD (worked 1961-2018)


A novelty Letter Opener.

A Letter Opener, engraved on the upper surface with a one foot rule, London 1913, Drew and Sons of Piccadilly.    Read more

Maker: DREW & SONS, PICCADILLY CIRCUS (worked 1844-c.1936)


A curious Feeding tube

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

Maker: Unknown


A Victorian novelty Letter Opener.

A Victorian Paper Knife in the form of an officer's Sword in a scabbard with chain for suspension, London 1874, E.H. Stockwell.    Read more

Maker: EDWARD. H. STOCKWELL, LONDON (worked 1860-1894)


A pair of arts and crafts Salad Servers

Amy Sandheim.
A pair of Salad servers, with stylised seal top terminal and hammered bowls, London 1928.    Read more

Maker: AMY SANDHEIM (worked c.1915-c.1939)


An early 18th century Funnel

A small early 18th century Funnel, circa 1710,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A Grocers' Company Tazza.

Grocers' Company.
A Tazza in the arts and crafts manner, London 1935, Searle and Company,    Read more

Maker: SEARLE & COMPANY LTD (worked from c.1900)


A large Victorian silver Beaker

A Victorian large size Beaker with bright-cut decoration between bands of beading, London 1875, Joseph and Edward Bradbury,    Read more

Maker: JOSEPH & EDWARD BRADBURY (worked 1855-1905)


A tiny George III Magnifying Glass

An unmarked silver miniature Magnifying Glass, circa 1820. Engraved with a contemporary crest and gothic initials 'RW.'    Read more

Maker: Unknown


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