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A Victorian Caricature Inkstand

A Victorian parcel-gilt figural Inkstand in the form of a huntsman, London 1879, Henry William Dee. Engraved with a registered design lozenge.    Read more

Maker: HENRY WILLIAM DEE, LONDON (worked from 1867)

£8000.00

A Maltese Lamp.

A Maltese Oil Lamp, circa 1790, Gioacchino Lebrun, De Rohan period. Struck with maker's mark, crowned 'F', eagle, crowned 'C'.
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Maker: GIOACCHINO LEBRUN (worked from c.1790)

£10000.00

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)

£8450.00

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)

£8200.00

Unmarked arts and crafts Cup

Edward Spencer for the Artificers’ Guild.
An unmarked Cup set with panels of mother-of-pearl, together with a presentation Shield, hall-marked London 1912.    Read more

Maker: EDWARD SPENCER (1873-1938)

£7000.00

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)

£6500.00

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)

£6250.00

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)

£5750.00

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)

£5600.00

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)

£5350.00

A Victorian silver Elephant Table Lighter

A Victorian Regimental Table Lighter formed as an Elephant, London 1886, George Fox for Lambert's    Read more

Maker: GEORGE FOX, LONDON (worked 1860-1895)

£5250.00

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)

£4950.00

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