M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES

 

 

GIFTS: 350.00 & UNDER

(with a few "nearby" additions)

                                          

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SILVER

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Large Edward VII Scottish Provincial Silver Clan Badge - Campbell

Arthur Medlock, Inverness, Scotland, c1900-1910

Boar's head within belted motto 'NE OBLIVISCARIS' (DO NOT FORGET)

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Two Edward VII Scottish Provincial Silver Clan Badges

William Buchanan, Inverness, Scotland, c1910, for the families :

Fraser : 'JE SUIS PREST' (I AM READY) - AVAILABLE

Malcolm : 'IN ARUA PETIT' (HE AIMS AT DIFFICULT THINGS) - SOLD

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Georgian Silver Bottle Tickets

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

George II Silver Pattern-Back Hanoverian Teaspoons

Set of 4, William Shaw & William Priest, London, c1750 (Shaw-Priest SOLD)

Set of 4, Benjamin Cartwright I, London, c1750 (available)

A Pair, Thomas England, London, 1746 (available)

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

S. Mordan & Co. Silver Trumpet-Form Douter (Extinguisher)

London, 1799

Douters are very helpful in extinguishing candles that are otherwise hard to reach.
They eliminate the spray of hot tallow.
Their form length makes them easier to use than the scissor or hooded forms.

12" Long / 1.4 oz.

 
 
 
 

 

 

Late Georgian Silver Telescopic &

Perpetual Calendar Pencil

England, Early 19th century, Unmarked

 

The slender octagonal cylinder with a reeded slide below a movable perpetual

calendar, the terminal with a diamond hatched silver seal.

3.25" Long / .1 oz.

 

 
 
 
 

 

 
 

 

 Good Set of 4 George III Silver Snuff Spoons, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London, 1801

 Rare Set of 6 George III Silver Snuff Spoons, John Blake, London 1803

(Shown for comparative size with a George II Tablespoon, James Wilks, 1729)

 

There is debate to the size and use of "snuff spoons", possibly all miniature spoons simply being classified as such.

However, by repute, these tiny spoons were used for taking snuff, rather than the fingers. 
 

 
 
 
 

 

 

George III Silver Meat Skewer

Joseph Barnard, London, 1801

The reeded loop handle,

engraved EB in conjoined contemporary script with flourishes

13-7/8" Long / 3.7 oz.

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Georgian Silver Sugar Nips & Tongs

Pair of George I Silver Sugar Nips, John Gray, London, c1722-28, the pivot engraved AH (Bottom Left) - SOLD

Early George III Silver Pivot-Sprung Sugar Tongs, c1760-65, Mark : I.H within a shaped punch below a device (Bottom Right) - SOLD

Pair George III Silver Engraved Sugar Tongs, Peter& Ann Bateman, London, 1796 (Middle) - AVAILABLE

Pair George III Silver Engraved Sugar Tongs, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London ,1805 (Top) SOLD

 

 
 
 
     

 

 

3 Pairs Hanoverian Silver Tablespoons

 

Pair George II Silver Hanoverian Tablespoons

Edward Lambe, 1743, crested : demi-griffin supporting a broken tilting spear

Pair George III Silver Hanoverian Tablespoons

Thomas Dealtry, 1763, terminals with scratched initials M . C

Pair George III Silver Hanoverian Tablespoons  - SOLD

Walter Tweedie, possibly 1786 (marks rubbed) crested : demi-phoenix rising in flames, collared with a mural crown

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Georgian Pattern Back Tablespoons

Both Shell Back and Scroll Back

Various Makers, 1750-80
 

 
 
 
 

 

  

 
 

 

George III Silver Large Basting SpoonGeorge III Silver Caster

Richard Crossley, London, 1806

Crested for the family of Ormsesby (Ormsby) : a dexter arm embowed in armour

holding in the hand a man's leg also in armour couped at the thigh, all proper

12.5” Long / 4.8 oz. Troy

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

 

George III Silver Caster

Samuel Wood, London, 1767

5" High / 3.2 oz.

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

George III Silver Caster

George Gray, London, 1799

George Gray's mark often overstrike Hester Bateman, and Peter and Anne Bateman's mark.
Is it reported that they made as many as 80% of his wares - some with and some without Bateman marks.
"His first mark appears frequently overstruck on those of Hester Bateman and her successors Peter and Anne,
and it would seem likely that he bought extensively from them…" Grimwade p. 528

5.5" High / 2.5 oz.

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

First Standard French Silver Tastevin (Wine Taster)

Late 19th Century, Maker's Mark Rubbed

3” Wide (Bowl), 4-1/8” over handle / 3.5 oz.

 

 
 
 
 

 

CERAMICS

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Hellenistic Terracotta Figurine of a Standing Pig

Greece, 333-189 B.C..

With remains of surface paint; likely a child's toy

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Chinese Export Plate Copied by Bow Porcelain, England

Qianlong, c1745-55

9" Diameter

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

First Period Worcester Fluted Teabowl & Saucer

In the Gillyflower Pattern, faithfully copied from a French original

England, c1770

The Saucer, 5" Diameter

SOLD

 

 
 
 
 
     
 
 
 

 

Chinese Export "Toy" Cockerel Coffee Cup

Qianlong, c1760

    

Painted in famille rose and blue enamels with a cockerel perched on a blooming prunus

stump sided by peonies, iron red and gilt loop-diapered border

 Cockerels represent the warmth and light of the universe.  Often a feather of a cockerel was

placed on the chest of the deceased, to awaken them at first light for their journey to their journey

to the afterlife.  The white cockerel is considered a guardian against evil, while the red cockerel

is a guardian against fire.

1.5" High

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Three Chinese Export American Market Teabowls & Saucers

A Pair (SOLD),

and a Single (AVAILABLE)

Qianlong, c1780-85
 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Caughley Miniature (Toy) Coffee Cup & Saucer

England, c1785-90

In the Pleasure Boat Pattern

Marked 'S' (Salopian)

SOLD

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Two Caughley Porcelain Egg Drainers (Strainers), Pleasure Boat Pattern, c1785-99

Two First Period Worcester Escallop Shell Moulded Pickle Dishes, c1756

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Late Qianlong Chinese Export Famille Rose Sauceboat

China, c1775-95

 

 
 
 
 


GLASSWARE

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Associated Pair of George III Red & White Opaque Twist Stem Dram Glasses

England, c1770

4.5" High

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Set of Three 19th Century Penny Lick Glasses

England, last half of the 19th Century

3-3/4" High / The Rim, 2.25" Wide / The Foot 2.5" Wide
The Depression 1.5"

SOLD

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Nine Plain Stem Drawn Trumpet Bowl Georgian Wine Glasses

England, c1750-65

Some with folded feet and tears

6.5" to 7.25" High

(priced individually)

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Three George III Double Series Opaque Twist Stem Glasses

England, c1760-70

4.25" to 6" High

 

 
 
 
 

 

ACCESSORIES

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Antique Spectacles

19th Century Pair Straight Temple Heavily Tinted Steel Spectacles

(Rare Pair Late George III Tortoiseshell & Silver-Mounted Sunglasses with Folding Side Shades -SOLD)

PaIr Steel & Glass Shooting Spectacles (SOLD)

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Five Continental Brass Candlesticks, 1690 - 1730

Heights from 5.75" to 8"

From Spain, The Low Countries, and France;

one of bell metal - a brass used for the finest castings with a higher proportion of copper to zinc

(One Still Available - on right, France, c1720-40)

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Norwood Creech

Arkansas / Tennessee Contemporary

Photographs of Arkansas: A Sense of Place

Featured in "Delta Crossroads, Summer 2010" - click to view the 2-page article

 

 
 
 
 

 

the mortar  and pestle

The mortar and pestle has been used for grinding food and medicines since the early Egyptian period. 

They date to the earliest shamans and medicine men among most cultures. 

The tools were mentioned in the “Elers Papyrus” of 1550 BC (the oldest preserved piece of medical literature) and in the Old Testament. 

Their names derive from Latin, mortar from mortarium, meaning, among other usages, "receptacle for pounding"

and "product of grinding or pounding"; and pestle from pistillum, meaning "pounder", leading to English pestle. 

The mortar and pestle remains today the iconic symbol for medical prescriptions.

Today, mortars make wonderful holders for wine bottles - just the right size and will keep white wines cool.

 
   
   
 

 

Lignum Vitae Mortars, England, c1800

6.4" Left, 7" Right

 

 
   
 

 

Fruitwood Mortars, One With Fruitwood Pestle, c1800

Each 6.75"High

 

 
   
 

 

Lignum Vitae Mortar & Pestle, c1800

The Mortar 8.25" High

 

 
 
 
 

 

Antique Baluch Balisht (Bagface)

Persia, Late 19th Century

1'7" x 2'10"

  

The bagface, or pillowcover, was also a requirement

in a 19th century woman's wedding dowry,

being woven for her by the ladies of her tribe.

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Imported Italian Silk and Cotton Tassels

4.00 - 34.00 

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Fine Art & Antiques Books

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Town Talk Silver Foam and Polish - $13.50

New - Town Talk Silver Polishing Cloths - $10.00

 

 

American Custom Paste Wax

Clear, Dark Oak, Light Oak & Maple

1 lb. - $36.00               8 oz. - $14.50

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

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(pictured : A George II Silver Toilet Box & Cover

Charles Kandler, 1727 , Arms of

Edward Howard, 9th Duke of Norfolk, 1686-1777,

and his wife Mary)

 

 

 

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