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An arts and crafts Sugar Caster

A.E. Bonner.
A Caster with bayonet fitting top, London 1911. The foot loaded. The surface hammered with a band of chased decoration.    Read more

Maker: ALBERT EDWARD BONNER (worked 1905-1915)


A George IV Bucellas Wine Label

A George IV Wine Label pierced for Bucellas, with shell and grape decoration, London 1821, the maker's mark pierced but probably Charles Rawlings.    Read more

Maker: CHARLES RAWLINGS, LONDON (worked c.1815-1829)


A Wine label for Old Hock

A George III escutcheon-shape Wine Label engraved for Old Hock, London circa 1765, Hester Bateman.    Read more

Maker: HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON (1761-1790)


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


An early silver Clasp

A Clasp, for a bracelet or necklace, engraved with a seeded rose, maker's mark only 'TK', circa 1710. This mark is often ascribed to Thomas Kedden, or Kedder,of London, but the attribution remains ...    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A Victorian novelty Vesta Case

A Victorian Vesta Case formed as a suitcase with leather straps, London 1876, William Summers. The interior bezel engraved with the retailer's name Benson & Hedges, 13 Old Bond St.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM SUMMERS, LONDON (worked from 1863)


An Estruscan style Brooch

An Etruscan style Brooch, Shiebler and Company of New York, circa 1880.    Read more

Maker: GEORGE SHIEBLER (worked 1876-1910)


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 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 George III Cayenne Pepper Spoon.

A George III old English pattern Cayenne Spoon, London 1804, John Blake. Engraved with a contemporary crest. The bowl with gilding.    Read more

Maker: JOHN BLAKE (worked from c.1800)


A George III Pap Boat

A George III Pap Boat with shaped cut border, London 1771, Samuel Meriton [probably].
A number of makers used the initials 'SM' at this period - so it is not possible to be certain as to the ...    Read more

Maker: SAMUEL MERITON I (worked from 1739)


A Victorian Child's Mug

A Victorian Child's Mug, J.E. Bingham of Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1884,    Read more

Maker: WALKER & HALL (worked from 1845)


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