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Four Traprain Treasure Spoons.

Traprain Silver.
A set of four Spoons, Brook and Son, Edinburgh, 1933.    Read more

Maker: BROOK & SON (worked 1891-1941)


A pair of George IV Salt Cellars.

A pair of George IV fluted circular Salt Cellars, with floral embossing and rocaille border, the interiors gilt, London 1829, J.E. Terrey. The bodies engraved with a contemporary crest. The cellars...    Read more

Maker: JOHN EDWARD TERREY, LONDON Also known as J E TERREY & CO (worked from 1816)


A Novelty Paper Knife.

A Sampson Mordan and Company Paper Knife, the end formed as a cockerel, London 1916.    Read more

Maker: SAMPSON MORDAN & CO LTD (worked from c.1899)


A Candle Snuffer.

Anthony Hawksley. A conical Snuffer set at the top with a citrine-coloured stone, London 1969.    Read more

Maker: ANTHONY HAWKSLEY (1921-1991)


A William IV Wine Funnel

A William IV fluted Wine Funnel with leaf-shaped hook, London 1831, Charles Fox. Engraved with a contemporary crest. The funnel retains its original muslin ring.    Read more

Maker: CHARLES FOX (worked from 1822)


An arts and crafts Jug.

Alice Mabel Camwell. [1881- circa1939].
A Milk Jug, in the arts and crafts manner, Birmingham 1927.    Read more

Maker: ALICE MABEL CAMWELL (born 1881)


A Victorian Novelty Cream Jug

A Victorian heavy novelty Cream Jug in the form of a Blackjack, London 1874, Francis Boone Thomas.    Read more

Maker: FRANCIS BOONE THOMAS (worked from c.1851)


An arts and crafts Chalice.

Brian Ross Painter.
A Chalice in the arts and crafts manner, London 1954.
Painter registered his mark in June 1954].    Read more

Maker: BRIAN ROSS PAINTER (worked from 1954)


A George III Nipple Shield.

A George III Nipple Shield, London 1803, Phipps and Robinson.    Read more

Maker: THOMAS PHIPPS & EDWARD ROBINSON (worked from 1783)


A Victorian Invalid's Fork with knife blade.

A Victorian single-struck bead edge pattern Fork with detachable knife blade, London 1857, George Adams.    Read more

Maker: GEORGE ADAMS (worked 1840-1883)


A Victorian Butter Dish and matching Cream Jug.

A Victorian glass and silver Butter Dish, with matching Cream Jug, London 1854, Hunt and Roskell.    Read more

Maker: HUNT & ROSKELL, LONDON (worked 1843-1897)


An 18th century Dressing Table Bottle

An 18th century unmarked silver mounted glass Dressing Bottle with screw on cap. Probably French    Read more

Maker: Unknown


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