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Pair of Kangxi Blue & White Plates


Pair of Kangxi Blue & White Plates

China c1700
Painted in vibrant blues with a dancing boy on a veranda
within a rim of Buddhist emblems
8.75" Wide




London Decorated Chinese Porcelain Teapot & Cover

Kangxi, 1715-20, painted in London c1720-30

Illustrated :

European Decoration on Oriental Porcelain, Helen Espir

English Ceramics Circle, Transaction , Vol. 19

The English Decoration of Oriental Porcelain, Errol Manners




London Decorated Chinese Porcelain Teapot & Cover

"Limehouse Class"

Yongzheng / Qianlong, c1730-40, Decorated in London c1746-50

Provenance: Helen Espir Collection, no. 663.

Purchased from Sotheby's, 18th June 1998, lot 2034




Bow Porcelain White Chocolate Cup, England, c1752

and a

Saint-Cloud White Trembleuse Saucer, France, c1720-30

Each crisply molded with prunus branches

and quite compatible in both size and color

In Stock - Linked



Early Georgian Glass Cruciform Carafe-form Decanter

England, c1740

The neck with applied engrailed rings, high kick in the base





Pair of Bristol Manganese & Polychrome Delft Plates

England, c1740-50

Ref : An identical plate is illustrated in "Delftware in the Fitzwilliam Museum",

Archer, 2013, p.141, Pl. B.92

In very good order, particularly for Delft

9-1/8" Diameter



English Delft Manganese and Blue Woolsack Charger, 14-1/8" Diameter


Good English Delft Manganese & Blue "Woolsack" Charger

Probably Liverpool, c1745-50
The center painted with a "tufted woolsack" depicting a Chinese figure seated beneath a flowering "lotus'
within a powdered-manganese-ground rim reserved with 6 maple leaves and 6 "lotus-form" tassels
In magnificent condition for Delftware
14-1/8" Wide

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Chinese Export Famille Rose Bowl

Qianlong, c1750

With applied decoration and painted insects

7.75" Diameter





Rare Early Bow Large Punch Bowl

England, c1753

Painted in famille rose enamels

8.75" Diameter




First Period Worcester White Cos Lettuce Sauceboat

England, c1755-57

White leaf sauceboats are considered to be quite rare.

7.25" Long



Good Liverpool Moulded Sauceboat, Poss. James Pennington, c1765


Good Liverpool Moulded Sauceboat,

Possibly. James Pennington, c1765

For a sauceboat with similar form with less and simpler molding,

see Bonhams New Bond, 8 Sep 2010,

Fine British Porcelain & Pottery, Lot 109, Provenance: E and J Handley
7.75" Wide

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Qianlong Chinese Export Gilt-Petaled and Famille Rose Punch Bowl

China, c1765-70

Of additional interest to 18th century British porcelain collectors,

influencing Worcester Lowestoft and Chamberlains copies from c1760-1790

12" Diameter




Rare First Period Worcester Bough Pot

England, c1770

Underglaze Blue Hatched Crescent

6.75" High x 9" Wide x 6" Deep




First Period Worcester Hundred Antiques Pattern Plate

England, c1772

Painted with British interpretations of the

"Buddhist Emblems" (Happy Omens) and "Precious Objects" (Eight Treasures),

The verso with pseudo Chinese characters

7.5" Wide






Good Staffordshire Pearlware Pigeon Form Tureen & Cover

England, c1815

Naturalistically modeled hooded pigeon roosting on a grassy nest

Ref : A similar pair illustrated in The Earle Collection of Early Staffordshire Pottery



Georgian Deceptive Toastmaster's Glass, England, c1820


  Georgian Deceptive Toastmaster's Glass 

England, c1820
The bucket bowl with a single applied loop handle over a double-knopped stem
4-5/8" High

In Stock - Linked


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Queen Anne Gesso & Gilt Overmantle Mirror, with original gilt girandoles, England, c1710


Fine Queen Anne Carved Gesso & Giltwood Overmantle Mirror

With Original Girandoles

England, c1710

Having three shallowly beveled plates, original gilt,

the plates good replacements with appropriate losses and fogging

19.75" High x 48" Wide x 2.5" Deep




Good George I Carved Gesso & Giltwood Looking Glass

England, c1720

The gilt and very thin plate original and in excellent condition;

45" High x 24" Wide Overall / The Plate : 27.5" x 17.5"




George II Walnut & Burr Walnut Veneered Bureau

England, c1730-35

With highly figured book-matched veneers, crossbanding and line inlay

The interior with stepped form fittings having corresponding inlay,

pilaster pullouts, and leather covered writing surface

Glorious figuration and color!

40" High x 37" Wide " 20" Deep




George I / II Diminutive Mahogany Fold-Over Demi-Lune Card Table

England, c1730-40

Of "uncommon" half-round small form in heavy dense Cuban timbers

with tapering lappet headed legs, retaining early surfaces with beautiful patination,

the top of solid mahogany, the frieze veneered;

27.5" High x 27" Wide (Open), 13.25" Deep (Closed)

In Stock - Linked



Rare George II Walnut Leather-Covered Open Armchair

Great Britain, Probably Provincial, c1740

Note : This is an unusual chair.  It bears remnants of the older "backstool" form,

yet moving into the early 18th century constructions; likely made for desk usage

38.75” High




Pair George II Brass Petal-Base Tapersticks

England, c1740, 4.5" High

and a

Pair of George II Brass Square-Based Candlesticks

England, c1740, 7-7/8" High

SOLD (both pair)



Good George II Mahogany Kettle Stand

England, c1740-5

Of heavy mahogany, without repair;

with original iron spider verso

21" High x 11.75" Diameter, Width of Leg Stance 18.5”





Fine George II Mahogany Architects Desk and Writing Table

England, c1745-50

Of heavy dense well figured timbers with exquisite color;

the ratcheting top with re-entrant corners and retracting rest above

 a pull-out leather lined writing surface with lift over a divided interior;

original brass candlestands and front mount;

block end turned legs on casters masked by straight false legs

31" High x 37" Wide x 23.5" (Closed)




George II Mahogany Kneehole Dressing Table

England, c1745-50

The top with re-entrant corners; original brasses; antique keys

30.25" High x 31-5/8" Wide x 18.5" Deep



Fine George II Brass & Steel Demi-Lune Fireplace Trivet, England c1750, with pierced frieze


Fine George II Brass & Steel Demi-Lune Fireplace Trivet
England, c1750

The brass top with a handhold over a steel latticed frieze with shells and quatrefoils
raised on three steel cabriole legs ending in round domed feet
14.5" High x 17.5" Wide x 10.25" Deep



Good George II Irish Carved Mahogany Stool

Ireland, c1750

The shell headed legs with c-scrolls and ending in trefid feet;

good oxidized leather stuff-over upholstery

18" High x 21.15" Wide x 16" Deep



Fine Early George III North Country Mahogany Chest of Drawers, c1760


Fine Early George III Mahogany Serpentine Chest of Drawers

England, c1760

Of beautifully figured timbers with original faded surfaces,

Serpentine with fluted canted corners, original brasses, replaced bails

Wonderful energetic stance to feet!

34.75" High x 39.25" Wide x 22" Deep




Fine Early George III Cuban Mahogany Commode

Attributed to Thomas Chippendale,

England, c1765

Of chest form with original finely cast rococo brasses,

laminated feet and red-washed back and verso

28.5" High x 24.5" Wide x 18.5" Deep (closed)

In Stock - Linked



Fine Early George III Diminutive Mahogany Serpentine Chest of Drawers

England, c1765-70, attributed to Philip Bell

Of highly figured mahogany with deep rich color,

having the original countersunk brasses and s-form keyhole locks and escutcheons

(used only by a few cabinetmakers of the period);

also retaining the original blue paper drawer linings

33.5" High x 36.5" Wide x 21.5" Deep




Good George III Mahogany "Spider Leg Table"

England, c1765

With single drop leaf over slender turned legs and incurving

front stretched connected by blocks; heavy timbers;

This unique form represents the last of the gateleg tables

produced during the first half of the 18th century.

The incurving legs accommodate the sitter's knees.

27.5" High x 36" Wide x 35" Deep (open)

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George III Diminutive Mahogany Chest of Drawers

England, c1765-70

With fine figured timbers, brushing slide and original rocaille brasses

32 .25" High  x 32" Wide x 18.25" Deep




Good George III Mahogany Butler's Tray on Stand

England, c1770

With wonderful highly figured woods and rich faded coloration.

the corners dovetailed,

On original block and turned folding stand

34.75" High x 39.25" Wide x 22" Deep

In Stock - Linked



Fine George III Mahogany Large Kneehole Desk

England, c1770-80

Of fine heavy timbers with beautiful color and figuration,

with original surfaces and retaining all working keys

30.5" High x 37.5" Wide s 23" Deep

SOLD (Before It Could Be Photographed)



George III Coopered and Staved Mahogany Tray

England, c1780

Carved paperscroll handles

3" High x 24.25" Long x 13" Deep




Rare George III Engraved Brass Footman Trivet

England, c1780

Ref : a trivet of identical form and with slightly differing top engraving

is described as "rare and desirable"

14" High x 12" Wide x 11.5" Deep (Overall)



George III Unusual Brass Cast & Engraved
Footman / Trivet

England, 18th / Early 19th Century
with lower plate rack,
the top pierced and engraved with a mythical scene with nature spirits and animals
10" High x 14.5" Long x 9.25" Deep


George III Brass-Bound Mahogany Plate Bucket
England, c1790
Of heavy timber with wonderful patination,
in the usual staved tapering form form with vertical plate removal slot,
original reeded brass mounts, the brass handle with T-shaped attachments
16" High x 14.5" Wide (The Bucket)
In Stock - Linked


Fine George III Inlais Rosewood Work Table with Writing Slope, England, c1795

Fine George III Inlaid Rosewood Work Table
England, c1795
Well figured timbers with satinwood string-inlaid edges to the top and drawers
Original surfaces and brasses, the drawer fitted with compartments and writing slope
28.5" High x 18" Deep, 18.75" Closed, 35.75" Open
In Stock - Linked


Fine George III Cuban Mahogany Two-Pedestal Dining Table
England, c1800
Of dense and highly figured timbers, unaltered in construction;
28" High and 53" Wide, with three leaves and "rail" under-support
Retaining 1984 London invoice
(Note : These are becoming harder and harder to find in unaltered states.)


Good George III Mahogany Quartetto Nest of Tables
England, c1810
Having rich color, the crossbanded tops raised on "bamboo-turned" legs and
carved overscrolled bases raised on turned toupie feet
With minor variations to top and leg, as pictured in George Smith's
Household Furniture,1808
28.8" High


George III Irish Brass-Bound Mahogany Large Peat Bucket
Ireland, c1800-1820
Of quite large size, the staved coopered bucket horizontally reeded in the Irish manner
with  fine brass bandings and handle, black painted liner
18.75" High x 15.25" Wide


Set 6 Late Georgian Inlaid Mahogany Dining Chairs, England, c1815-20

Set of Six Late Georgian Inlaid Mahogany Dining Chairs
England, c1815-20,
Consisting of 2 open armchairs and 2 sidechairs
Original surfaces and newly covered in Untrasuede
using much of the original horsehair


Early Victorian Bird's Eye Maple & Rosewood Desk Caddy
England, c1840
with affixed paper label inscribed in pen from
H.R.H. The Princess Royal Christmas 1946
8.25" Long x 6" Wide x 4" High



Victorian Standing Brass Doorstop, Seated Spaniel

England, Last Quarter of the 19th Century

15" High


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17th Century Stumpwork & Beadwork Portrait on Silk


English Stumpwork & Beadwork Portrait on Silk

17th Century

Depicting a lady in Elizabethan dress, composed of gilt threads, silk embroidery,

pearls and beads, the face and hair in raised stumpwork

The oval, 6.75" x 8.5"



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Charles II Silver Miniature Porringer

MN crescent below within a heart, London, 1671

With stylized flowers on a matted ground, reverse chased base

2" High x 4.5" Wide / 2.2 oz.




Charles II Silver Lace-Back Trefid Spoon

Edward Hulse, London 1681

Verso terminal initialed A*S over M.M over M.H

In excellent very crisp condition

8" Long / 1.8 oz.




William & Mary Silver Tot Cup

Ralph Leeke (Leake), London, c1695

Marked verso : within a shield, RL a trefoil below, and a lion passant

Footed and girdled, bearing the marital arms of a Continental Marquis

Interior and upper edge later gilt

2-3/8" High / 3 oz.




Rare William III Britannia Silver Wine Taster

London, 1697-1700, in the simple 17th century manner

Marks rubbed, ?E, Britannia and lions head erased visible

3" Bowl Width / 4'' Over Handles / 1.6 oz



Set of 12 Queen Anne / George I Britannia Silver Dognose Forks

John Ladyman, London, 1707 (10), 1721 (1); John Spackman (1)

of very heavy gauge, each with three tines,

11 crested en suite for Prideaux of Cornwall and Devon

7.5" Long / 27.4 oz




Queen Anne Britannia Silver Tot Cup

Jacobite Interest

John Eckfourd (probably, second letter rubbed), London 1707-8

with cast spreading foot and loop handle; gilt interior

Crested : on a chapeau, a bull's head, spotted (Baron Widdrington)

above the inscription : Joye sans fin / Hoc age

2-3/8" High / 2.7 oz.




 Queen Anne Britannia Silver Tumbler

London, 1711, Maker's Mark Rubbed or Poorly Struck

(Possibly 'Io')

Heavy gauge, in the 17th century squat manner,

Verso engraved with owners' initials G over S * A

Without crests or removals;

1.75” High x 2.75” Wide / 2 oz.



Set of 11 George II Silver Hanoverian 3-Tine Dinner Forks

All London, with original crest en suite

William Petley, London 1731-2 (9), Samuel Hitchcock 1727-8 (1)

One apparently unmarked

Heavy gauge silver, crests (rubbed) for the family of Vane

7-3/8" to 7-1/2" Long / 23.9 oz.

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George II Silver Salver

John Robinson II, London, 1746-7

Decorative rococo cast border with grape clusters alternating with shells

The central field with arms commemorating the marriage of Thomas Harvey to Lydia Ives,

Norwich, county of Norfolk,

surrounded by diapered chasing; raised on three lion's paw feet

12" Diameter / 27 oz.



George II Silver Sauceboat, Shaw & Preist, 1757, crested


George II Silver Sauceboat,

William Shaw & William Preist, London, 1757

Crested : a stag's head couped at the neck, attired, the tongue hanging out

Of heavy gauge on wonderful wide spread shell feet

8" Long / 10.4 oz.



Good Set of Eight Georgian Agate and Silver-Handled Dinner Knives


Good Set of Eight Georgian Agate and Silver-Handled Dinner Knives

The blades marked for cutler Goldney, c1827

("Culter to Prince of Wales, Goldsmith to HRH The Duke of York,
Jewellers, Goldsmiths & Sword Cutlers to their Royal Highnesses The Duke of Clarence,
Price Edward, Prince Ernest, Prince Augustus & Prince Adolphus")
10.5" Long




Set of Early George III Silver-Gilt Hanoverian Dessert Table Silver

William Turner, London, 1767

Consisting of 6 dessert spoons and 4 three-tine dessert forks,

each crested with a greyhound courant, and in excellent condition

6" Long (each) / 9.3 oz.




George III Unusual Silver Onslow Soup Ladle

Thomas & William Chawner, London, 1767

With fluted bowl and unusual Onslow terminal

12" Long / 5.7 oz.




Small Early George III Silver Porringer

William Cripps, London 1763

Very nicely embossed, the cartouche with Roman initial M

Good gauge silver

3.25" High / 5" Over Handles / 3.3 oz.



Pair Silver Neoclassical Tapersticks, c1770


Pair Late 18th Century Silver Neoclassical Tapersticks

c1770, English or Continental

The silver unmarked, tests as silver;

marked with a bird or fowl in flight within candlecup

7.5" High

In Stock - Linked


Rare & Fine Pair South Staffordshire Enamel on Copper Tapersticks, England, c1760-65


Rare Pair South Staffordshire Enamel on Copper Tapersticks

England, c1770
Extremely well painted with en camaieu puce figural landscapes within gilt rococo vignettes,
affixed octolobed sconces; quite fine painting and condition
6.5" High
In Stock - Linked



George III Silver Beaker

Charles Wright, London 1775

With arms for an unmarried daughter of the Browne family, Suffolk and Essex.

(likely either Anna Marie Browne or Charlotte Browne of Suffolk, prior to marriage)

3” High / 2.8 oz.





Two South Staffordshire Enamel on Copper Scent Flasks
With Original Cut Glass Stoppered Scent Bottles
England, c1775
Provenance : With Manheim NY
2.5" and 2.25" High




Pair George III Pierced Silver Bottle Tickets

John Whittingham, London, 1790

The borders pierced with hoops and trefoils

1-7/8" Long / .5 oz




Pair of George III Silver-Gilt Ladles

Sydenham William Peppin / Sydenham William Peppin & Moses Brent

London, 1795-1797

one with solid bowl, the other with foliate pierced bowl for sugar, and straining liquids;

each crested :  leg in armour, spurred, or., couped in the thigh

6” Long / 3.9 oz.



Set of 6 George III Scottish Hanoverian Silver Tablespoons, Howden & Taylor, Edinburgh 1782


Set of Six George III Scottish Hanoverian Silver Table Spoons

IT over FH, Edinburgh, 1782

Heavy gauge with wide shafts and well shaped bowls,

Terminals script-engraved 'JW'

8.5" Long / 11.5 oz



George III Silver Crescent Bottle Ticket, Probably Provincial, c1780, IRISH WHISKY


George III Silver Crescent Bottle Ticket, c1780
Probably Provincial, Unmarked, Tests Silver
2.25" Long x 1.5" High / .3 oz.


Good Pair George III Irish Silver Bottle Tickets, John Stoyte, Dublin, c1788, PORT, SHERRY style=


Good Pair George III Irish Silver Bottle Tickets

John Stoyte, Dublin, c1788
Elongated rectangles with canted corners,
engraved for PORT and SHERRY

within borders of wrigglework and dot-pricked lines
1-1/8" Long / .7 oz.

In Stock - Linked


George III Irish Silver Bottle Ticket, Benjamin Tait, Dublin, c1790, Sherry

George III Irish Silver Bottle Ticket

Benjamin Tait, Dublin, c1790

Of banner form engraved for SHERRY
2-1/8" Long x 1-1/8" High / .2 oz.

In Stock - Linked



George III Silver Wine Funnel and Stands

Left to Right :

Gadrooned Wine Funnel Stand, Peter & William Bateman, London, 1813

(Crest for Outlawe, Wickingham. co. Norfolk)

Two-Part Reeded Wine Funnel, William Sumner, London, 1791

Scottish Silver Reeded Wine Funnel Stand, ID, Edinburgh, c1795

(Crest and Motto for Dalrymple  or M’Adam - STEADY)





Pair of George III Silver Sauce Ladles

Thomas Wallis II, London, 1796

In the Old English pattern,

crested with a ram passant with tufts, dexter foreleg on a lozenge, all over a chapeau

( for the families of Battersby, Battersbee)

7.5" Long / .8 oz.


Pair George III Silver Sauce Ladles, Wallis, Crested for Battersby


In Stock - Linked


Deligfhtful Carved Coquilla Nut Figural Snuff Box, in the form of a man in cape and cap, France c1790


Delightful Carved Coquilla Nut Figural Snuff Box

France, c1790
The standing gentleman with cap and cape, the back of the cape opening for snuff
3.5" High




Carved Crowned Hunchback Fruitwood Snuffbox

Late 18th Century

The crowned crouching hunchback figure with tilt and turn of the head to the left,

wearing a ruff, a sliding cover verso and plug below

(Possibly representing Richard III, depicted as exaggerated by Shakespeare)

Ref : Treen & Other Wooden Bygones, Pinto

2.75" High





Rare Late 18th Century Lignum Vitae Snuff Flask

Probably Scandinavian

Ref : Pinto, Treen and Other Wooden Bygones, p. 347, and Pl. 369,
where the relationship of these flasks with Chinese snuff bottles is discussed

3.25" High
In Stock - Linked



Well Carved Coquilla Nut "Bugbear" Snuff Flask

Early 19th Century, Probably France

Depicting a seated angel being kissed by a hound to one side,

the other with a musical medallion, all among fruiting trees (probably pomegranate)

For discussion and similar coquilla nut flasks,

see Pinto, Treen & Other Wooden Bygones, in particular Plates 206-7

3.5" Long




Scottish Burr Elm Root Snuff Mull

Early19th Century

The interior inscribed for George Sinclair,

possibly the contemporary Scottish horticulturist of that name

3.5" Long x 1.5" High




Carved Coquilla Nut Nutmeg Grater

England, early 19th century

The highly polished body with a finely carved cover,

the interior with a bone-mounted steel grater

3" High




Pair of George III Silver Neck-Ring Bottle Tickets

Robert Garrard, London, 1807


William IV Silver Neck-Ring Bottle Ticket

Burrows & Pearce, London, 1833

Heavy gauge, incised SHERRY within reeded edges,

In Stock - Linked



George III Silver Stilton Cheese Scoop

William Eley, William Chawner, William Fearn, London,1809, the scoop

The haft, IT in an oval punch, London, 1807

Of large size and heavy gauge silver

10" Long / 4.3 oz




George III Silver Baluster-Form Tumbler Cup

Richard Cooke, London 1810

Of heavy gauge silver

Crested : an eagle displayed with two heads arg. Fairbairnes 74.2

2.75” High x 2.5” Wide / 3.2 oz.



George III Set Old Sheffield Plate Candelabra & Candlesticks, Matthew Boulton, c1810


Fine George III Set Old Sheffield Plate Candelabra & Candlesticks

Matthew Boulton, Birmingham, England, c1810

Of large size, the candelabra with three lights, detachable to candlesticks

Each footrim and superstructure bearing the double sun mark

24" High (candelabra)



Good Pair George III Silver Bottle Tickets, John Brockwell, London, 1811, W. WINE, PORT


Good Pair George III Silver Bottle Tickets
John Brockwell, London,1811
Rounded rectangular form engraved for W.WINE and PORT

within an unusual trailing foliate border upon a matted ground
1-7/8" Long / .6 oz.

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Associated Pair George III Irish Silver Bottle Tickets


Associated Pair George III Irish Silver Bottle Tickets
John Egar, Dublin, 1812
Elongated rectangles with arched center surmount, engraved for CLARET and GIN
with additional retailer's mark LAW
2" Long / .6 oz.



Fine Pair George III Silver-Gilt Ice Cream Shovels, Eley, Chawner, Fearn, 1813


Rare and Fine Pair George III Silver-Gilt Ice Cream Shovels

Eley, Chawner & Fearn, London, 1813

In the King's Honeysuckle pattern, and crested

10.25” Long / 12.3 oz.




Fine & Unusual Pair of George III Silver Candlesticks

Benjamin Smith II, London, 1814

Each crested for General Sir Townshend Walker, 1st Baronet of Castleton: 

On a mural crown or encircled by a wreath of laurel thereon an ostrich proper

resting the dexter foot on a shell exploding proper

11" High






George III Silver Wax Jack

S.C. Young & Co., Sheffield, 1815

With scissor action and original snuffer;

Crested : a greyhound's head, couped & collared (Fairbairn's 61.2)

 5.5" High / 6.2 oz.




George III Silver Toasting Fork

Sydenham William Peppin, London, 1816

Of very high quality with finely polished ebony handle

Crisp marks

16.5" Long / 2.9 Total oz.





Fine Pair George IV Royal Serving Spoons

For Augustus Frederick, second eldest son of George III, Duke of York & Albany

William Chawner, London, 1825

In the King's Pattern,

Each with a Royal crest :

A lion statant gardant on an imperial crown within the Order of the Garter

all below a royal coronet

Consisting of a straining and a basting spoon, double struck

11.25" Long / 13.1 oz.




William IV Silver Salver

Robert Hennell, London, 1834

Heavy gauge silver,

the exquisite border serpents chasing tigers among fruiting vines and foliate and floral scrolls,

raised on three heavy shell-form scrolling feet;

the field centering the crest of a phoenix arising from flames over the helmet of an esquire,

 within a wide band of foliate and shell chasing

12.5" Diameter / 27.5 oz.



Rare William IV Silver Castletop Vinaigrette

Southwest View of Windsor Castle from the Thames

Edwin Jones, Birmingham, 1836

Provenance : Upon Request

1-5/8” Long x 1-1/8” Deep x ?” High / 1 oz.




Good Early Victorian Silver-Mounted Coconut Cup

Thomas Edwards, London, 1839

The bowl finely  engraved with ovals of winged moths and scrolling foliage,

raised on a cast and stippled silver mount and foot; fully marked

5" High / 4.7 Total oz.



Fine Silver-Mounted Carved Mahogany Snuff Box, England, mid 19c, in the form of a horse's head

Fine Silver-Mounted and Carved Mahogany Snuff Box

England, Mid-19th Century
The elegant arched neck and head of a horse with upright ears,
the base with engine-turned silver mounts and oval lid
(Quite fine)
3.5" High




Meissen Style Porcelain Snuff Box

19th Century, Germany, or possibly France,

With chinoiserie decoration in the manner of Johann Gregor Höroldt,

the interior lid with further decoration, the base gilt

2-1/2" Long x 1-7/8" Deep x 1-1/4" High



Victorian Elaborately Chased Large Scent Flask, London 1890


Victorian Elaborately Chased Large Silver Scent Flask

Rosenthal & Jacob, London, 1890

In the manner of Dutch painted David Teniers
Fully Marked

10.25" Long / 2.5 oz


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