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A carved stone pendant marking the Rand Rebellion, an armed uprising of white miners in the Witwatersrand in 1922. Inscribed to the front ‘F. Hiles’ alongside an applied red glass bead and on the back ‘Red Revolt 1922’.
Art deco silver and enamel travelling strut clock marked for Birmingham 1926 by Walker & Hall (overstriking another maker).
Silver presentation salver marked for Birmingham 1971, Presented to Paramount Chief Kaiser Daliwonga Matanzima by Sir Alec Douglas-Home by Asprey & Co Ltd.
Art deco silver and enamel travelling clock marked for Birmingham 1928 by Henry Matthews.
Victorian silver cigar case marked for Birmingham 1894 and presented to Jack G. Curry from Sir Abe Bailey, Xmas 1895 by George Unite.
Late 19th century English Nine carat gold brooch made to commemorate the discovery of Gold in South Africa. This example inscribed ‘SOUTH AFRICA’ and marked ‘9CT’ to the back.
Rare South African Sterling Silver Presentation trowel inscribed ‘Presented to His Excellency The Hon: Sir Walter Francis Hely Hutchinson KCMG, On his laying the foundation Stone of, New Colonial Offices, Pietermaritzburg Mar 1897’
Russian ‘84’ silver and enamel salt spoon marked for Moscow, circa 1880.
Two cased sets of six Japanese Sterling silver teaspoons by Sadajiro (of) Musashiya. Import marks for London 1893 & 1894 by Liberty & Co.
English Victorian gold plated posy holder. Circa 1890.
A late 19th century French gilt bronze and porcelain mounted eight-day mantel clock.
Indian silver goblet in the “Coriander flower pattern” Lucknow. Circa 1870.
American Sterling silver sovereign case by Tiffany & Co, embossed ‘Rosina Clay 8th October 1888’
Set of four silver and enamel artist palette menu holders marked for Birmingham 1904 by Harry Emmanuel. Marked to the back with a British Registered design- Rd 432750.
Victorian silver pocket barometer marked for London 1895 by Thomas Wheeler.
Edwardian silver epergne marked for Birmingham 1909 by Elkington & Co Ltd.
Pair of Victorian silver chocolate moulds marked for Birmingham 1896, with Rd number 191501 by John William Caldicott.
Augustus William Enness (British 1876-1948) Oil on canvas signed A. W. Enness. London – Hyde Park looking across South Carriage Drive with Wellington Arch in the distance.
Tennyson Cole (British 1862 – September 1939) Mrs Dorothy Parker, Watercolour/gouache on paper signed Tennyson Cole.
Rene Lalique ‘SOUDAN No. 1016’ vase. Circa 1930.
Rene Lalique ‘RUBANS No 3690’ tray. Circa 1936.
A mid-19th century French gilt bronze and ormolu figural mantel clock by Raingo Frere, Paris serial number 1503. The dial marked for the retailer Martin Baskett, Paris.
Mid-20th century eight-day crystal, bronze and marble table clock with Swiss movement by Hahn Landeron, numbered 7032.
Victorian silver and cut glass Claret Jug marked for London 1894, by Charles Edwards.
A Rare Transvaal Brass Imperial Half Bushel Measure dated 1889. Inscribed: IMPERIAL HALF BUSHEL, GOVt OF THE TRANSVAAL,1889.
Pair of Victorian silver chamber candlesticks by Paul Storr marked for London 1838.
A William IV silver caster marked for London 1836 by Paul Storr for Robert Henry Herbert, 12th Earl of Pembroke and 9th Earl of Montgomery (1791-1862).
Pair of William IV silver salvers by Paul Storr marked for London 1837, with engraved arms for the Campbell family.
George III silver chamber candlestick marked for London 1819 by Edward Farrell.
Victorian silver “Skyphos” cup marked for London 1899 by Edward Barnard & Sons.
Rare Victorian novelty silver sovereign case marked for London 1883 in the form of a Japanese Noh mask by Louis Dee.
Arts & Crafts silver beaker marked for London 1911 by the Guild of Handicraft.
Elizabeth II silver stirrup cup with riding whip handle marked for Birmingham 1967 by Deakin & Francis Ltd.