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Cape silver salt spoon by Lodewyk Beck, Circa 1850.
Cape silver table spoon by Christiaan Kruger, Circa 1790.
Cape silver bible clasp mounted on a Dutch New Testament, Circa 1850.
Cape silver Konvyt fork by Fredrik Waldek, Circa 1830.
Cape silver condiment spoon by William Moore, Circa 1840.
Victorian silver and cut glass claret jug marked for Sheffield 1896 by Mappin Brothers.
Cape silver fish or butter knife by Frederick Waldek, Circa 1830.
Victorian silver three piece tea service marked for London 1842 by Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard.
Kalahari Studio coaster, Circa 1955- Bird of paradise flower.
Cape silver snuff box by Frederick Waldek, Circa 1820.
Kalahari Studio coaster, Circa 1955- Walking Bushman.
Victorian silver paper clip marked for London 1890 by Stuart Clifford.
Cape silver salt spoon by William Moore, Circa 1840.
Set of six silver gilt teaspoons in the form of the coronation spoon marked for London 1901 by Wakely & Wheeler.
Pair of German copper & brass Jugendstil ewers, Circa 1900.
Cape silver Konvyt fork by Johannes Combrink, Circa 1820.
Cape silver pill box by Lodewyk Beck, Circa 1850.
Miniature silver cup marked for Birmingham 1907 by W BS.
Cape silver salt spoon by Lawrence Twentyman, Circa 1830.
Pair of silver fish servers with bone handles marked for London 1921 by Crichton Brothers.
Miniature silver cake basket marked for Birmingham 1907 by Levi & Salaman.
Cape silver table spoon by HNS- Unknown maker. Circa 1800.
Late 19th century cased Napoleon commemorative plaque.
Indian miniature watercolour on ivory, depicting a courtyard scene, circa 1880.
Cape silver bible clasp by Georg Friedrich Hausenius circa 1793 mounted onto a book of Psalms dated 1786.
Art Deco silver sweet bowl marked for Birmingham 1920 by Joseph Gloster Ltd.
Edwardian silver hip flask marked for Birmingham 1901 by Deakin & Francis Ltd.
Cape silver cowrie shell snuff box by Johan Hendrik Vos, circa 1840.
Elizabeth II silver wine taster marked for Birmingham 1973 by Mappin & Webb Ltd, overstriking another.
Miniature silver three-piece tea service marked for Birmingham 1905 and 1906 by Levi & Salaman.
19th century Japanese tsuba, cast in bronze and signed.
Pair of Japanese bronze vases on stands with signature to the base of one, Meiji period- 1868- 1912.
Edwardian silver thimble marked for Chester 1906 by Charles Horner, with impressed Registered Design number: 426659.