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A Pair Of Edwardian Silver Candlesticks By Martin Hall and Co.
A good pair of loaded Edwardian silver candlesticks with detachable nozzles, in typical George II style.
Measuring approximately 10"tall with 4.1/4"square bases, they are fully hallmarked for Sheffield 1904/5 by Martin Hall & Co Ltd who are very well regarded for the quality of their manufacture, and are in very good condition with no damage, splits, solder repairs or holes to the high points. The bases are lightly inscribed with the initials "A N" and the hallmarks are clear and well struck.
Ref: 12451BER
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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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A Pair Of Edwardian Silver Pepperettes, London 1909.
A nicely styled pair of Edwardian solid silver, spool-shaped pepperettes.
Measuring approximately 3.1/2"tall x 1.1/2"maximum diameter, they are hallmarked for London 1909 by Stewart Dawson & Co. Ltd, and are in very good condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs and the hallmarks are well struck and clear.
Ref: 12503EM
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A Pair Of GeorgeIII HESTER BATEMAN Silver Tablespoons.
A nicely proportioned pair of GeorgeIII "Old English" pattern silver tablespoons, 8.5" long, initialled as shown, and in very good condition with no damage or repairs. Very well struck hallmarks for London 1788 by Hester Bateman.
Ref: 9557UCM
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A Pair of Georgian Bright-Cut Silver Sugar Tongs, Circa 1790.
A pair of George III solid silver sugar tongs with attractive bright-cut decoration and a stylised initial which I think could be an "L" or an "R".
Measuring approximately 5.1/2"long x 2.1/8"wide over the bowls, they have partial hallmarks comprising the lion passant sterling mark, the sovereign's head mark in cameo and the the maker's mark "CH", which gives a date of manufacture of circa 1790 by Charles Hougham. They are in lovely condition with no damage or repairs, the legs are straight and the engraving is vitually without wear.
Ref: 9191NS
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A Pair Of Georgian Silver Sugar Tongs, Circa 1790.
An attractive pair of George III solid silver sugar tongs with bright-cut decoration, and partial hallmarks consisting of the lion passant, sovereign's head duty mark and makers mark "RF", dating them to circa 1790.
Measuring approximately 5.1/2"long 1.3/8"wide x 5/8"deep, they are in very good condition with no damage or repairs, and the bright cutting is still sharp and unrubbed.
Ref: 9192NS
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Blush Ivory, Flower Painted Vases.
A small pair of Royal Worcester blush ivory porcelain vases, shape number G364, with nicely painted flower decoration. Standing approximately 5.1/2"tall x 2.1/4"diameter, they have the dark green factory stamp for 1912 and are in good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and their gilding shows very little sign of its age.
Ref: 11675/6RM
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Blush-Ivory, Flower Painted Vases.
A very attractive pair of Royal Worcester, blush-ivory porcelain vases, shape number H281, with well painted rose and foliage decoration.
Standing approximately 7.1/2"tall x 3"diameter, they have puce factory stamps for 1913 and are in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and other than under the rim of the right hand vase in picture 1, the gilding is bright and shows very little wear.
Ref: 11751+2MRU
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Cattle Painted Vases By H. Stinton.
A good pair of Royal Worcester porcelain vases, shape number H158, painted with Highland Cattle in mountainous Scottish scenery by Harry Stinton.
They stand approximately 3.1/8"tall x 3.1/2"diameter with the puce factory stamp for 1920, and are in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding has only the very slightest wear.
Ref: 11981AMR
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Cattle Painted Vases By H. Stinton.
An attractive pair of Royal Worcester porcelain vases with pierced rims, shape number G1043, each decorated with a well painted pair of Highland Cattle in mountainous Scottish scenery by Harry Stinton.
Measuring approximately 3.1/4"diameter x 2.1/2"tall, they have the dark green factory stamp for 1906 and are in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding shows virtually no wear.
Ref: 12398ARC
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Cattle Painted Vases Signed "Stinton".
A good pair of Royal Worcester porcelain vases, shape number 2510, decorated with well painted scenes of Highland Cattle in mountainous Scottish settings and signed Stinton, probably Harry rather than John.
They stand approximately 4"tall x 2.3/8"diameter, and have the puce factory stamp for 1937/8 and are in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding shows virtually no wear.
Ref: 11712NAE
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Pot Pourri Vases By Freeman.
A pair of Royal Worcester porcelain pot pourri vases, shape number 1286 medium size, complete with their inner lids and outer pierced covers, both with well painted all-around fruit decoration by John Freeman.
Standing approximately 10.1/4"overall height x 7.1/4"diameter, they have the black factory stamps for circa 1965/70 and are in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding is virtually unworn.
Ref: 11627/8UARC
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Vases And Covers By Freeman.
A good sized pair of Royal Worcester porcelain vases and covers, shape number 2713, with well painted fruit decoration by John Freeman.
Standing approximately 9.3/4"tall x 4.3/4"wide over the handles, they have the black factory stamp for circa 1970 and are in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding shows only slight signs of wear.
Ref: 11005/12161
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Vases By J. Smith.
A good pair of Royal Worcester porcelain vases and covers, shape number 2713, with well painted all around fruit decoration by John Smith. Standing approximately 8.1/4"overall height x 3.3/4" width over the handles, they have the black factory stamp for circa 1965-70 and are in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding is fresh and unworn.
Ref: 11316/7UBLC
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Vases By Roberts.
An attractive pair of Royal Worcester porcelain vases and covers, shape number 2713/3, with well painted fruit decoration by William Roberts.
Standing approximately 8.1/4"tall x 3.3/4"wide over the handles, they have the black factory stamp for circa 1975 and are in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding is bright and without wear.
Ref: 12139LCC
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Ivory-Ground Drumstick Vases.
A pair of Royal Worcester porcelain drumstick vases, the ivory-ground bodies with painted flower and foliage decoration highlighted in gilt.
They stand approximately 6.1/2"tall x 3"diameter with the puce factory stamp for 1887, and are in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding shows only the slightest signs of wear.
Ref: 11901DB
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Miniature Vases.
A pretty pair of Royal Worcester, ivory ground porcelain miniature vases, with gilt decoration. Standing approximately 2.25" tall x 1.5" maximum diameter at the base, they have the puce factory stamps for 1908 and 1912 respectively, and are in good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and only very slight signs of their 100 years of age.
Ref: 11148BD
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A Pair Of Royal Worcester Pheasant Painted Vases By J. Stinton.
A good pair of small Royal Worcester porcelain vases, shape number G161, with one of the most attractively painted scenes of cock and hen pheasants overlooking tumbling waterfalls by James Stinton, that we have had the pleasure of offering.
Standing approximately 2.5/8"high x 3.1/4"diameter, they have the dark green factory stamp for 1925 and are in excellent condition with no damage, crazing or restoration, and the gilding is bright and unworn.
Ref: 11801RMC
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