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A Pencil Holder with Vinaigrette

An unmarked silver Pencil Holder, the end applied with a tiny Vinaigrette, English, circa 1820.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A present from Marie Lloyd

Marie Lloyd, 1870-1922.
A Letter Opener cum Bookmark, Henry Wells, Birmingham 1901, with attached glass locket containing two small pieces of a plant. These letter openers with magnifiers or ...    Read more

Maker: HENRY WELLS (worked from c.1900)


A Military Inkstand.

An Inkstand, London 1935, Carrington & Co., the wells in the form of kettle drums    Read more

Maker: CARRINGTON & CO LTD (worked from 1922)


An unusual Scottish silver Flask.

A large George III Scottish silver Flask, with detachable gilt-lined beaker, Edinburgh 1818 by William and Patrick Cunningham.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM AND PATRICK CUNNINGHAM (worked c.1785-c.1820)


An 18th century Desk Seal.

An 18th century unmarked silver Desk Seal, with turned wood handle, circa 1730, European, the matrix with a coat-of-arms.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


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


An Edwardian Novelty Inkwell.

An Edwardian Inkwell and Stamp Box in the form of an automobile    Read more

Maker: ALFRED CLARK, LONDON (worked from 1898)


An Edwardian novelty silver Letter Opener.

An Edwardian novelty Letter Opener, applied with a cast Fox, import marked for London 1908,    Read more

Maker: ANDREW BARRETT & SONS, LONDON (worked from 1892)


A Paisley Man's Aide Memoire.

A George III silver mounted wooden Aide Memoire with ivory leaves, the silver catch marked for William Hannay, circa 1800 and engraved on the outside with 'John Hogg, Paisley.'    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM HANNAY OF PAISLEY (worked c.1785-1840)


A Victorian novelty Inkwell.

A Victorian novelty Inkwell in the form of a Milk Churn, ivory and silver-mounted with a silver mounted glass liner.    Read more

Maker: GEORGE HENRY AND JOSIAH JAMES (worked c.1870-1880)


Novelty silver Propelling Pencil

A double Propelling pencil Holder, Sampson Mordan and Co., London 1927, in the form of the Beadle's staff of the Merchant Taylors' Company of the City of London. Engraved on the shaft of the staff:...    Read more

Maker: SAMPSON MORDAN & CO (worked from 1823)


A late 17th century Travelling Inkwell and Seal

A late 17th century armorial Seal and Penner or Inkwell, struck with a maker's mark only 'T' over 'C', probably English circa 1680.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


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