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A Worcester Painted Pickle Dish, Circa 1775.
A good Worcester porcelain pickle dish with painted "Gilliflower" decoration.
Standing approximately 3.1/2"wide x 3.1/2"long x 1"deep, it dates to circa 1775 and has the painted open crescent factory mark and is in very good condition with no damage, chips or restoration and with only a little kiln dust to the glaze in the centre to report.
Ref: GMH
Price: £195
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A Worcester Lidded Mustard With Painted Decoration, Circa 1770.
A good Worcester porcelain lidded mustard pot, with painted "Mansfield" pattern decoration.
Standing approximately 4.3/4"overall height x 4.1/2"wide over the handle and dating to circa 1770, it has the painted open crescent factory mark and is, apart from a tiny shallow chip to the rim of the pot approximately 2mm wide, in good condition with no damage or restoration.
Ref: 10779BCC
Price: £295
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A Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Miniature Cream Jug By E. Townsend.
An attractive, Royal Worcester porcelain miniature cream jug, decorated with well painted apples and brambles against a mossy background by Edward Townsend.
Measuring approximately 2" tall x 1.5/8"maximum diameter, it has the black factory stamp for 1939 and is in very good condition with no damage or restoration and the gilding shows only one tiny area of wear to the bottom of the handle which can be seen in picture 2.
Ref: 12860 UNC
Price: £285
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A Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Miniature Coffee Pot By Roberts.
A Royal Worcester miniature coffee pot decorated with well painted apples and black grapes against a mossy background by William Roberts.
Standing approximately 5"tall to the top of the finial x 3.1/2" wide over the handle and spout, it has the black factory stamp for 1952 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and virtually without wear.
Ref: 12861 MBC
Price: £495
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A Victorian Silver Salver, Sheffield 1900 By H. Stratford.
An attractive Victorian solid silver salver of good heavy quality, with shell and "C" scroll cast silver rim, all raised on 3 ball and claw feet.
Measuring approximately 8.1/2"maximum diameter x 1"deep and weighing 15 ozs, it has well struck hallmarks for Sheffield 1900 by Henry Stratford and is in very good condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs.
Ref: 12810 MMD
Price: £368
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A Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Ginger Jar And Cover By H Ayrton.
A Royal Worcester porcelain ginger jar and cover, with well painted all around fruit decoration against a mossy background by Harry Ayrton.
Measuring approximately 6.1/4"diameter x 7"overall height, it has the black factory stamp for circa 1958 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and apart from a little wear where the lid sits, the gilding is clean and bright.
Ref: 12819 ALC
Price: £1,275
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A Large Victorian Monteith Style Silver Punch Bowl, London 1900.
A large and impressive, Victorian solid silver Monteith style punch bowl on pedestal foot, with inverted "C" scroll and cherub rim above the Bacchus-head drop handles.
Measuring approximately 12"diameter x 8"tall, it is hallmarked for London 1900 by the highly regarded Elkington Co. Ltd and is manufactured from a heavy gauge of metal, weighing a very impressive 92 postal scale ounces. It is in very good condition with only a couple of minor dinks to the bowl and two slight indentations where the handles swing onto the bowl, and no damage or solder repairs.
Ref: 12829 MLNC
Price: £4,850
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A Silver Tea Strainer On Stand.
An attractive solid silver tea strainer and stand.
Measuring approximately 5.1/2"long x 2.1/4"diameter x 1"deep when on its stand, it is hallmarked for Birmingham 1987 by maker "J B Ltd" with corresponding marks on the stand, and is in excellent condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs.
Ref: 12792 AM
Price: £115
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A Silver Tea Strainer, Birmingham 1944.
A substantial, solid silver tea strainer of good size and weight.
Measuring approximately 7"overall length x 2.7/8"diameter x 3/4"deep and weighing 56 grams, it has clear well struck hallmarks for Birmingham 1944 by maker "JBC & S" and is in very good condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs.
Ref: 12793 RR
Price: £78
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A Silver Card Case With Pull-Off Top, Birmingham 1951.
A solid silver pull-off top card case of good size and weight, with embossed decoration of palm trees and animal hunting scenes.
Measuring approximately 3.7/8"tall x 2.3/4"wide x 3/8"deep, it is fully hallmarked to the body for Birmingham 1951 by "S + L" with partial corresponding marks to the pull-off top, and is in very good condition with no damage, dents, holes or solder repairs and the embossing is still sharp and without rubbing.
Ref: 12805 OAL
Price: £175
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A Royal Worcester Limited Edition Figurine Titled "Boxer" By K Potts.
A very well modelled Royal Worcester limited edition porcelain figurine titled "Boxer" by Kenneth Potts, numbered 47 of 250.
Measuring approximately 9,3/4"tall x 7.3/4"wide x 6"deep, it has the black factory stamp for circa 1978 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration with only the gilding line around the top rim of the rectangular base showing slight signs of wear.
Ref: 12787UEC
Price: £275
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A Silver-Gilt Combined Ruby Red Scent Bottle/Vinaigrette By SAMPSON MORDAN.
A fine example of a rare Victorian combined ruby red scent bottle with integral vinaigrette, by the very highly regarded SAMPSON MORDAN. The sprung, push-button top which is engraved with a monogram, closes to a tight seal to the inner glass rim. The vinaigrette is integral with the base, and is complete with a hinged lid and its decoratively pierced grille.
Measuring approximately 3.7/8"long x 1.3/8"wide x 7/8"deep, it has full hallmarks for London 1866 to the collar and the base, while the sprung lid and the grille have partial corresponding hallmarks. It is in excellent condition with the lid closing tightly and evenly, the sprung-button release is in very good working order, and all the hinges and covers are intact and in very good condition. There is no damage or scratching to the glass body, and the silver gilt is virtually without wear. All in all, a lovely example.
Ref: 12785BAR
Price: £595
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A Royal Worcester Miniature Trinket Pot And Cover.
An attractive, Royal Worcester porcelain trinket pot and cover, the cover with nicely painted BlueTit (?) decoration and the pot with summer flowers.
Measuring approximately 1,3/8"diameter x 7/8"high, the lid has the puce factory stamp for 1897 whilst the pot is unmarked, and both are in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and virtually without wear.
Ref: 12764ME
Price: £45
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A Royal Worcester Figurine Of A Seated Fox By D. Lindner.
A well detailed Royal Worcester porcelain figurine of a seated fox, modelled by the specialist artist Doris Lindner.
Measuring approximately 7.1/2"tall x 3.1/2"wide x 4.1/4"deep, it has the black factory stamp for circa 1975 and is in excellent condition with no damage, chips, crazing or restoration.
Ref: 12782UDL
Price: £295
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Two Royal Worcester Miniature Pot Lids.
Two Royal Worcester miniature trinket pot lids, one with rose and foliage painted decoration and the other with a robin perched on a branch.
The rose painted lid measures approximately 36mm diameter to fit a pot of around 25mm inside diameter, and has the puce factory stamp for 1898, the robin painted lid measures 34mm diameter to fit a pot of around 26mm inside diameter, and has the puce factory stamp for 1925. They are both in good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and apart from a tiny area of less than 1mm at roughly 20 minutes past the hour on the rim of the rose painted lid, the gilding is bright and without losses.
Ref: 12765/6 CM
Price: £24
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A Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Vase By Freeman, 1960.
A Royal Worcester porcelain vase, shape number H307, decorated with painted plums and black and red cherries against a mossy background by John Freeman.
Standing approximately 7.3/4"tall x 3.3/4"diameter, it has the black factory stamp for 1960 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and has no losses.
Ref: 12752 BRC
Price: £595
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A Silver Pepperette In The Form Of A Seated Teddy Bear.
A quite rare and very appealing, Edwardian cast solid silver salt or pepper pot in the form of a sad looking teddy bear.
Measuring approximately 1.3/4"tall x 1.1/8"wide x 1"deep, it has clear well struck hallmarks to the body for Birmingham 1910 by Crisford and Norris and corresponding partial marks to the pull-off head. It is in very good condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs, the pull-off head fits snugly and securely and the detailing of the fur of the body is well defined and without significant wear.
Ref: 12774 URR
Price: £325
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A Silver "Castle-Top" Card Case By NATHANIEL MILLS, Birmingham 1837/8
A fine William IV solid silver "Castle -Top" card case with Windsor Castle to one side and Kenilworth Castle to the reverse, each image being shown in relief, surrounded by chased scrolling foliage.
Measuring approximately 3.3/4"tall x 2.3/4"wide, it has well struck hallmarks for Birmingham 1837/8 including the head of William IV, by the pre-eminent maker of small boxes and vinaigrettes, NATHANIEL MILLS, and is in excellent condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs and the decoration is sharp and without significant wear, with no holes to the high points or the corners.
Ref: 12745 CDRC
Price: £1,650
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A George III SIlver Meat Skewer, London 1814.
A George III solid silver meat skewer with ring terminal and original crest.
Measuring approximately 12"long x 1"wide at the terminal, it is hallmarked for London 1814 by William Eley and William Fearn, and bears an original crest to the reverse. Other than the hallmarks being rubbed but legible, the skewer is in very good condition with no damage or solder repairs and the blade is straight and flat.
Ref: 12685 UCU
Price: £165
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A Victorian Silver Mounted Scent Bottle By SAMPSON MORDAN.
A good quality, Victorian solid silver mounted glass scent bottle of attractive "icicle" shape.
Measuring approximately 4.3/4"long x 1"maximum width, it has well struck hallmarks for London 1883 by the highly regarded SAMPSON MORDAN, and is in excellent condition with no dents or repair to the silver, and no chips or cracks to the glass.
Ref: 12687 MUR
Price: £335
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