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A Late Regency Or Early William IV, Rosewood Turn-Over Top Card Table.
An excellent quality, late Regency or early William IV rosewood turn-over top card table, raised on elegant carved column above the platform base with carved scrolling feet. All in very good condition and of good colour, figuring and patination. Dating to circa 1830-1835, its approximate dimensions are:-
36"long x 18"deep x 29"high.
Ref: 10362ADC
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A Leather Riding Crop With Horse Hoof Handle.
A lovely, late 19th or early 20th century woven leather riding crop, with cow horn handle carved as a horse hoof. Dating from circa 1900, it measures approximately 24" long and is in good condition, being reasonably straight and with only one small area of worn leather near the tip, as can be seen in picture 2.
Ref: 11420
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A Magnificent Victorian Silver Tea Kettle On Stand.
A truly magnificent, and exceptionally pretty Victorian solid silver tea kettle on stand with spirit burner. The kettle is heavily repoussed and hand engraved in high Rococo style, with very bold shell, scroll and floral decoration, and the hinged swing-handle is also finely engraved with flowers and scrolls, terminating at both ends with well modelled cast dolphin faces.
The cast and pierced stand raised on 3 shell feet is also heavily decorated with bold scrolls, leaves and flowers, and is secured to the main body with 2 large and original pins with chains. Attached to the 3 feet is a fitting which holds the central removeable spirit burner.
This massive kettle on stand is approximately 15.1/2"high with the handle extended, weighs a very substantial 74 troy ounces and is hallmarked for London 1869 by William Mann. The condition is superb with no damage, repairs or wear, and is as close to mint as is possible.
Ref: 11651BUME
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A Matched Set Of 6 Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Cups And Saucers Circa 1970.
A very attractive set of 6 Royal Worcester porcelain teacups and saucers, with heavily gilded rope-twist rims and nicely painted fruit decoration.
The cups measure approximately 4"diameter x 2.1/2"high and the saucers 5.7/8"diameter with all having black factory stamps for circa 1970, and they are in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and shows only the slightest wear. The artists include Bowen, Creed, Smith, Lewis, Rowley and Cook.
Ref: 12310UMRC
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A Matched Set Of Six Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Teacups And Saucers.
A very attractive matched set of six Royal Worcester porcelain teacups and saucers, with heavily gilded rope-twist rims and painted fruit decoration mainly by William Roberts, but also including James Skerrett, John Fuller, and Paul English.
The cups measure approximately 4"diameter at the rim x 2.1/2"tall and the saucers 6"diameter, and all have black factory stamps for 1980'ish and are in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding is bright and unworn. Whilst we would prefer selling them as a matched set of six, we may consider selling individual cups and saucers.
Ref: 12126/31UCCC
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A Miniature Royal Worcester Coffee Pot By Roberts.
A miniature, Royal Worcester porcelain coffee pot and cover with painted fruit decoration by William Roberts.
Standing approximately 5"overall height x 3.1/2"overall width, it has the black factory stamp for 1950 but has a couple of condition issues, one minor, the other not so minor.
The minor problem is that the pot itself is in reasonably good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, but does have some gilding wear to the rim and the handle. The more significant problem is that the cover, whilst it has no other damage or restoration, has had its finial damaged, re-formed and re-attached. This has been reasonably well done and it looks well on display, but it has been priced to take account of the restoration.
Ref: 10620 ODC
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A Miniature Royal Worcester Cup And Saucer By Roberts.
A miniature Royal Worcester porcelain cup and saucer, with well painted fruit decoration by William Roberts.
The cup measures approximately 2"diameter x 1"tall and the saucer 3.1/4"diameter, and both have the black factory stamp for circa 1970 and are in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and virtually without wear.
Ref: 11717UMR
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A Miniature Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Coffee Pot By Roberts.
A good Royal Worcester porcelain miniature coffee pot and cover, with nicely painted fruit decoration by William Roberts.
Measuring approximately 5"tall x 3.3/4"overall width, it has the black factory stamp for 1959 and is in excellent condition with no damage, crazing, scratches or restoration and the gilding is bright and virtually without wear.
Ref: 12435BCC
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A Miniature Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Plate By Roberts.
A miniature Royal Worcester porcelain plate, with painted fruit decoration by William Roberts.
Measuring approximately 3.1/2"diameter, 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 virtually without wear.
Ref: 11720UMR
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A Modern Pair Of Continental 800 Silver, "Owl" Form Salt And Pepper Pots.
A modern, good sized pair of 800 grade continental cast solid silver salt and pepper pots, with well detailed bodies, red glass eyes and removable screw-top heads for refilling.
Measuring approximately 2.3/4"tall x 1.1/4"wide, they have the "800" impressed silver hallmark under their bases and are in good condition with little or no rubbing to their feathers and the screw-tops fit smoothly and firmly.
Ref: 12629MCR
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A Novelty Pair Of Edwardian Silver Open Salts, Chester 1905.
An attractive novelty pair of Edwardian solid silver open salts with gilt interiors, in the form of thistles.
Measuring approximately 2"diameter x 1.3/8"tall, they have clear hallmarks for Chester 1905 by John Millward Banks and are in lovely condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs, and are beautifully clean and without salt marks.
Ref: 12643 AR
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A Novelty Pair Of Silver Salt And Pepper Pots.
A small pair of cast solid silver salt and pepper pots in the form of dogs heads.
Standing approximately 1.1/8"tall x 7/8"maximum diameter, they are both hallmarked for London 1988 by Clive and Clarissa Cooke and are in very good condition with no damage or repairs and complete with their original plugs under the bases.
Ref: 12499DD
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A Novelty Shaker In The Form Of A Toby Jug, Birmingham 1911.
A most unusual and collectable solid silver shaker in the form of a toby jug.
Standing approximately 3.3/4"tall x 2"wide x 2.3/4"deep over the handle, it is stamped with its registration number, and it is fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1911 by Hays & Co. It is in excellent condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs, the pull-off lid fits firmly and snugly and the silver is clean and has no black salt or sugar stains.
Ref: 12799 MRC
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A Novelty Silver Pepperette In The Form Of A Seated Teddy Bear, Birmingham 1909.
A good Edwardian solid silver novelty pepper pot, modelled as a seated teddy bear with pull-off head for re-filling, which is a snug and secure fit.
Measuring approximately 1.1/8"wide x 1.3/4"tall, it has clear hallmarks for Birmingham 1909 by Crisford and Norris and is in very good condition without damage or repair.
Ref: 12518UAR
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A Pair Of Graingers Royal Worcester Blush-Ivory Vases.
A pair of Graingers Royal Worcester blush-ivory porcelain vases, shape number G559, with hand painted spring flower decoration. Standing approximately 4.3/8"tall x 3.1/4"tall, they have the dark green factory stamp for 1899 and are in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding shows only slight signs of wear.
Ref: 11461LE
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A Pair Of Bright-Cut Silver Sugar Tongs, London 1801 By "SA"
An attractive pair of George III solid silver sugar tongs with bright-cut decoration, hallmarked for London 1801 makers mark "SA".
Measuring approximately 5.1/2"long x 2"wide x 1/2"deep, they are in very good condition with no damage or repairs, no rubbing to the decoration and the hallmarks are well struck and clear.
Ref: 7677BC
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A Pair Of Edwardian Loaded Silver Candlesticks, Birmingham 1904.
An attractive pair of Georgian style, loaded silver candlesticks, hallmarked for Birmingham 1904 by I.S.Greenberg & Co. They stand approximately 9.1/4"tall with 4.1/4" square bases, and are in very good condition with clear, well struck hallmarks, no repairs and only one or two minor dinks to show for their 108 years of life.
Ref: 11535ELE
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A Pair Of Edwardian Silver Candlesticks, Sheffield 1905.
An attractive pair of Adam style Edwardian silver candlesticks, with detachable nozzles and tulip shaped capitals above the elegantly embossed columns.
Standing approximately 10.1/4"tall with 4.1/4"square bases, they are hallmarked for Sheffield 1905 by James Deakin and Sons and are in excellent condition with no damage, dents, rubbing through of the high points or solder repairs, and they stand straight and are without movement.
Ref: 12533BNU
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A Pair Of Edwardian Silver Novelty Pepperettes In The Form Of Chicks, London 1905.
A lovely pair of Edwardian solid cast silver novelty pepperettes, in the form of finely detailed chicks.
Measuring approximately 1.1/2"long x 1.1/4"wide x 1.5/8"tall, they have clear well struck hallmarks to the bases for London 1905 by William Hornby and are in excellent condition with no damage or solder repairs. The detailing is crisp with only the slightest rubbing and the pull-off tops which are also fully hallmarked, are a very secure fit.
Ref: 12557BNR
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A Pair Of Edwardian Silver Novelty Place-Setting/Menu Holders
A very appealing pair of Edwardian, solid silver novelty place-setting/menu holders in the form of pairs of perched owls.
Measuring approximately 1.5/8"diameter x 1.1/2"tall, they have clear hallmarks for Birmingham 1910 by Isaac Summers and coming complete with, and having presumably spent most of their lives in their original presentation box, they are in excellent condition with no damage, repairs or dents.
Ref: 12519BER
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