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A Pair of Paul Storr Sauce Tureens

Paul Storr.
A pair of George III Sauce Tureens, London 1798,    Read more

Maker: PAUL STORR, LONDON (1771-1844)


An Augsburg Stirrup Cup

A 17th century German Stirrup Cup, Augsburg circa 1685, Matthäus Baur II,    Read more

Maker: MATTHAUS BAUR II (worked from c.1680)


A Victorian silver Coaching Horn for the Richmond Driving Club.

A Victorian Coaching Horn in presentation case, London 1838, William Fitchew. The horn engraved : 'The Marquis of Waterford to his GUARD, J.L.W.' and with double crest. The stem of the engine-turne...    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM FITCHEW (worked c.1838-1862)


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



A pair of Victorian silver Toddlers.

A pair of Victorian Peppers in the form of Infants, one smiling, the other crying, London 1886, Thomas Johnson.    Read more

Maker: THOMAS JOHNSON II, LONDON (worked from 1886)


A pair of large George III Sauceboats

A pair of George III large Sauceboats, John Houle, London 1813.    Read more

Maker: JOHN HOULE (worked from 1811)


A Victorian Camel Table Lighter.

A Victorian novelty Table Lighter, formed as a seated Camel with saddle and harness, London 1876, Barnard and Sons    Read more

Maker: BARNARD & SONS LTD (JOHN, EDWARD, WALTER & JOHN) (worked 1868-1876)


A Sea Captain's Silver Flagon.

A large William IV Presentation Tankard, London 1835, John Tapley,    Read more

Maker: JOHN TAPLEY (worked from 1834)


A Hanoverian Royal Candlestick

A Royal Candlestick in antiquarian taste, London 1836, John Tapley and Company.    Read more

Maker: JOHN TAPLEY (worked from 1834)


A wealthy solicitor's Sauce Boats.

A pair of fluted Sauce Boats with applied leaf decoration, London 1839, Robert Garrard.    Read more

Maker: ROBERT GARRARD II, LONDON (worked 1818-1881)


A pair of Victorian Wine Coasters.

A Pair of early Victorian Wine Coasters, London 1839, Joseph and John Angell.    Read more

Maker: JOHN AND JOSEPH (II) ANGELL (worked from c.1837)


A pair of Oxford University Seal Boxes

A pair of George II oval Seal Boxes, maker's mark only, Robert Collier, of London, circa 1750, the lids engraved with the arms of the University of Oxford, and one box containing the original wax s...    Read more

Maker: ROBERT COLLIER, LONDON (worked from 1726)


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