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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.
Cape silver Konvyt fork by Lodewyk Beck. Circa 1850.
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.
A late 19th century French gilt bronze and porcelain mounted eight-day mantel clock.
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.
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.
Set of four Victorian silver and parcel gilt serving spoons marked for London 1879 by Charles Edwards.
Pair of Victorian silver chocolate moulds marked for Birmingham 1896, with Rd number 191501 by John William Caldicott.
An English Reformed Gothic brass mantle clock, the design attributed to Bruce Talbert.
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.
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.
Austro-Hungarian ‘800’ silver, horses’ heads cigar cutter with marks for 1886 – 1922.
Silver beer mug marked for London 1936 by Richard Comyns.
Austro-Hungarian ‘800’ silver fox head cigar cutter with marks for 1886 – 1922.
French ‘800’ silver tastevin. Circa 1900.
Austro-Hungarian ‘800’ silver dog head cigar cutter with marks for 1886 – 1922.
Rene Lalique ‘SOUDAN No. 1016’ vase. Circa 1930.
Rene Lalique ‘RUBANS No 3690’ tray. Circa 1936.