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Paper Knife

An art deco Paper Knife, London 1946, maker 'HCB', unattributed.    Read more

Maker: UNKNOWN (worked from c.1940)

£175.00

Scottish Snuffbox

An 18th century double-opening Scottish Snuffbox, unmarked circa 1760, engraved 'Jno. Welsh of Craigenputtock 1762.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£1650.00

Compact

R. E. Stone.
A Compact, London 1952.    Read more

Maker: ROBERT EDGAR STONE (worked 1929-1990)

£525.00

Walking Stick

The Wreck of the Edgar.
A brass mounted walking stick,    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£680.00

Dish

A circular silver Wine Taster with cast tree branch handle, London 1977, Anthony Elsen: the rim engraved with contemporary owner's initials 'CR'.    Read more

Maker: ANTHONY ELSON (born 1935)

£275.00

Bowls and Cream Jug

A group of three small silver Bowls and a Cream Jug, each made in the manner of 17th century porringers and flat-chased on the lower body with tulip heads between leaves, Birmingham 1910 and 1911, the maker's mark of Millicent Duchess of Sutherland, for the Duchess of Sutherland's Cripples' Guild [1907-1922].    Read more

Maker: DUCHESS MILLICENT SUTHERLAND-LEVESON-GOWER Also known as DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND CRIPPLES' GUILD (worked c.1898-c.1922)

£850.00

Sugar Bowl

A George III Sugar Bowl with gilt interior, with bright-cut engraving and a coat-of-arms and crest, London 1804, no maker's mark.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£350.00

French Plate Caddies

A set of three 'French Plate' Tea Caddies in a wooden case: the Caddies by Anthony Christian, circa 1765,with much of their original silvering; the case with unmarked silver mounts.    Read more

Maker: ANTHONY CHRISTIAN (worked c.1730-1775)

£POA

Salver

Arthur Beardmore, radical City of London politician, newspaper editor and lawyer.
A George III Salver, Ebenezer Coker, London 1766, presented by Beardmore to Thomas Baynham, barrister in 1766.    Read more

Maker: EBENEZER COKER (worked 1738-1783)

£3850.00

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