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Victorian silver pocket watch marked for Chester 1894 by ‘THOS RUSSELL & SON 88125’
Russian ‘88- zolotnik’ silver Beaker / Vase by Carl Fabergé, Moscow, Circa 1908- 1926 with scratched inventory number: 32275 to the base.
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.
Set of four William IV silver wine coasters marked for Sheffield 1836 by Creswick & Co.
Silver gilt and enamel Masonic Founders jewel marked for London 1906, for the Mendelssohn Lodge No 3142, enameled ‘Sydney Vaal River Estate’.
Continental ‘935S’ silver and enamel lady’s cigarette case with a horse to the front, Circa 1940.
Chinese export silver sweet dish embossed with Dragons by HM (documented but maker’s name unrecorded), Shanghai Circa 1880-1890.
An important Africana presentation tray to Mrs W. P Schreiner from the Coloured woman of South Africa.
Russian ‘88’ (higher standard) silver and enamel purse marked for Moscow circa 1885 by Ivan Saltikov (1884-1897).
Pair of Russian ‘84’ silver and enamel serviette rings marked for Moscow, circa 1880 by Gustav Klingert (1865-1916).
French gold plated posy holder with Mother of Pearl handle marked ‘LEBRUN’, Circa 1880.
Rare Boer War Gold mounted pendant made from a piece of artillery shell fired into Kimberley by “Long Tom” during the siege.
An early 19th century silver brandy warmer with possible newly recorded Cape marks for Daniel Collinet, Circa 1820.
Cape silver Konvyt fork with tubular handle by Daniel Beets. Circa 1820.
Pair of silver Tablespoons, one with Cape silver marks for William Godfried Lotter and the other with marks for CPG. Circa 1820.
Late 19th century South African brass postal scale and weights.
Cape Silver snuffbox by Lawrence Twentyman, bearing two sets of makers marks in different sizes. Circa 1825.
A mid-19th century French 8-day Tortoiseshell mounted mantle clock with gilt bronze mounts in the Louis XV style.
Victorian silver pocket barometer marked for London 1890 by Philip Woodman & Sons.
Late 19th century Indian silver dressing-table box by Oomersi Mawji, Cutch, marked O.M BHUJ.
Late 19th century Indian silver perfume bottle holder by Oomersi Mawji, Cutch, marked O.M BHUJ.
Indian silver Kang shape sugar basin with applied snake handle and fish decoration. Circa 1881.
An English Reformed Gothic brass mantle clock, the design attributed to Bruce Talbert.
Russian ‘84’ silver and enamel Shamshir shaped letter opener. Marked for St Petersburg 1908-1917.
Russian ‘84’ silver Salt Chair by Alexander Fulid (1862-1917) marked for Moscow 1884.
Rene Lalique ‘RUBANS No 3690’ tray. Circa 1936.
Chinese Export silver pierced bowl. Marked with a Chinese makers mark on the base. Circa 1890.
Pair of Georg Jensen ‘925’ sterling silver salts with enameled interior designed by Søren Georg Jensen. Circa 1965.
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.
George V silver and cut glass Claret Jug marked for Birmingham 1910, engraved with a scene in the manner of Thomas Landseers “Monkeyana.”
Cape silver double beaker in the form of a wine barrel by Lawrence Twentyman, Circa 1825, set with two Dutch ‘silver rider’ ducatons.