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16 November 2017
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A Royal Worcester Blush-Ivory Vase.
An attractively shaped Royal Worcester blush-ivory porcelain vase, shape number 991, with painted rose decoration.
Measuring approximately 3.5/8"diameter x 3.1/8"tall, it has the dark green factory stamp for 1903 and is in good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and shows only slight wear.
Ref: 12498BC
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A Royal Worcester Stork Painted Ewer By A. Shuck, 1913.
A very attractive Royal Worcester porcelain ewer, shape number 1144, decorated with a well painted all-around scene of a pair of storks wading at a palm fringed desert oasis, surrounded by sand dunes and distant mountains by Albert Shuck.
Standing approximately 6.1/2"tall x 2.1/2"wide, it has the puce factory stamp for 1913 and is in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and shows only the slightest signs of wear to the corners of the pedestal foot.
Ref: 12777 ECC
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Royal Worcester Porcelain Vase, Cattle Painted.
A fine Royal Worcester porcelain vase standing 12" tall, shape number 1969, with very well painted Highland Cattle in a mountainous setting by Edward Townsend. More usually associated with fruit painting, Ted as he was known, was assistant foreman painter under Harry Davis in 1939, becoming foreman in 1954, and was also a fine painter of sheep, bird and cattle subjects, retiring in 1971. The vase dating to circa 1965-70, bears the black factory stamp and is in excellent condition, with no wear to the gilding, damage or restoration.
Ref: 10941NMM
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A Silver Sauceboat And Ladle In Their Original Box, Sheffield 1962.
A good, solid silver sauceboat and ladle in their original Viners of Sheffield fitted box.
The sauceboat measures approximately 5.3/4"long including the handle x 3.1/2"maximum width x 2.3/4"tall and the ladle is 5" long. They both are fully hallmarked for Sheffield 1962 by Edward Viners and are in excellent condition with no damage, dents or repairs and look to be in as good condition as the day they were made.
Ref: 12584NUL
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14.25" Diameter Solid Silver Salver.
A good, 14.25" diameter silver salver with shaped "rope-twist" rim, raised on 4 substantial scroll feet. With slightly rubbed hallmarks for Sheffield 1935 by E. Viners, it is in good condition with only slight signs of use and one small ding, no damage or repair, and weighs a substantial 41 avoirdupois ozs.
Ref: 11133RCC
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15 Carat Gold, Peridot and Pearl Brooch.
A very pretty, antique Edwardian 15 carat gold, peridot and pearl bar brooch, dating to circa 1905, and in lovely condition.
Ref: 9972EN
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18 Carat Gold And Diamond Ring.
A very attractive, 18 carat yellow gold and diamond solitaire ring, the "old cut" diamond of excellent colour and clarity, being approximately G/H and VS1/2 respectively, and weighing 1/3rd of a carat. Full of flashes of life, the ring dates to circa 1920, and is finger size "P".
Ref: 10938UUR
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19th Century Treen Container.
An interesting, 19th century treen drink/medicine container, with screw-off cup, screw-off lid and original contents bottle and stopper. All in good working order, with just a few small, tight age cracks. Probably last quarter 19th century.
Ref: 9859EC
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4 Piece Victorian Solid Silver Tea Service.
An attractive, 4 piece Victorian solid silver tea and coffee service with engraved foliate decoration, each piece with one vacant cartouche and one initialled as shown. Hallmarked for London 1871-73 by the renowned Martin Hall & Co, the condition is good, with only one or two very minor dinks and signs of use, this being a tribute to the good gauge of metal used in its manufacture, the total weight for the set being a substantial 74ozs on our postal scales.
Ref: 11015UCBC
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9 Carat Gold Cufflinks.
A nicely engraved pair of 9 ct gold cufflinks, fully hallmarked for London 1964 by ACC, they weigh 5.9gms and are in excellent condition, without damage or repair.
Ref: 10928AA
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9 Carat White Gold And Sapphire Stick Pin.
A very pretty, 9carat gold and yellow/green natural sapphire stick pin, with French hallmark. Dating to circa 1930/40, the oval sapphire measures approximately 8mm x 7mm, and the pin is 62mm overall length, and is in excellent condition.
Ref: 9973BB
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9 Carat Yellow Gold Ladies Bracelet.
A lovely quality, 9ct yellow gold bracelet with padlock clasp, safety chain and every other link and the clasp with engraved decoration. Dated circa 1900 and with every link stamped 9C, the bracelet is approximately 7" in length and weighs 23.6gms. As can be seen on the main picture, the safety chain is attached on the right hand side to a plain oval link, which has been added at a later date, presumably to lengthen the bracelet slightly to fit a larger wrist.
Ref: 10935MLC
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A Royal Worcester Oval Dish By C. Bowen.
An attractive Royal Worcester porcelain oval dish, with heavily gilded "piecrust" rim and painted plums and green grapes against a mossy background by Christopher Bowen.
Measuring approximately 7.1/4"long x 3.3/4"wide x 3/4"deep, it has the black factory stamp for circa 1970 and is in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and without wear.
Ref: 12816 UAR
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A 12" Diameter, Victorian Silver Bowl London 1891.
A large, Victorian solid silver punchbowl with attractive spiral fluted decoration to the lower body and pedestal foot. It stands an impressive 12"diameter x 6.1/2"tall and weighs approximately 42 troy ozs, with hallmarks for London 1891, and is in very good condition with no damage or repair
Ref: 11286DLN
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A 13" Tall Royal Worcester Ivory Ground Ewer, 1886.
An impressive, Royal Worcester ivory ground porcelain ewer, shape number 1028, with the handle formed as a dragon and the herringbone pattern moulded body well decorated with morning glory picked out with gilt highlights.
Standing approximately 13"tall x 6.3/4"wide, it has the dark green factory stamp for 1886 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding showing only very slight signs of wear.
Ref: 12022ULU
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A 14.1/2" Long, George II Silver Punch Ladle With Rosewood Handle, London 1743.
A fine George II solid silver punch ladle with beautifully shaped and crafted bowl, the long and elegantly turned rosewood handle of good colour and figuring.
Measuring approximately 14.1/2"overall length x 3.1/4"wide at the bowl, it has full hallmarks for London 1743 by Philip Goddard and is in excellent condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs.
Ref: 12558ULR
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A 19th Century Scottish Snuff Mull.
A very good 19th century Scottish snuff mull of good size, the horn with lovely figuring and colour and the silver coloured mounts with attractive thistle decoration to the lid.
Measuring approximately 4"maximum length x 3.1/4"wide x 1.3/4"maximum diameter and dating to circa 1850, it is in very good condition with no rough areas or splits to the horn, the hinged lid opens and closes smoothly and it retains what looks to be its original cork seal to the lid.
Ref: 12473UEN
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A 1st Period Worcester Saucer With Printed "Fence" Pattern Decoration.
A 1st period Worcester porcelain saucer with transfer printed, underglaze blue and white "Fence" pattern decoration.
Measuring approximately 4.3/4"diameter x 1"deep, it has the factory hatched crescent mark for circa 1775 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration.
Ref: 12493MR
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A 1st Period Worcester Teabowl And Saucer Decorated With "The Cannonball" Pattern.
A 1st period Worcester porcelain teabowl and saucer, with underglaze blue and white "The Cannonball" painted decoration.
The teabowl measures approximately 3.1/8"diameter x 1.1/2"tall and the saucer 4.7/8"diameter x 1"deep, and they both have the open crescent factory mark for circa 1770. Other than a tiny chip to the rim of the teabowl shown in picture 5 which measures less than 1mm, they are in good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration.
Ref: 12496RR
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A 1st Period Worcester Teabowl And Saucer With Printed "Three Flowers" Decoration.
A 1st period Worcester teabowl and saucer, with underglaze blue and white "Three Flowers" printed decoration.
The teabowl measures approximately 3"diameter x 1.3/4"tall and the saucer 5"diameter x 1"tall, and both have the factory hatched crescent mark for circa 1775. They are in very good condition with no damage, crazing, chips or restoration.
Ref: 12495AC
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